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FIRED ON STRIKERS Crisis Reached in Bis Street Car Strike in Chicago-Union Pickets and Com pany Agents Clash—Over 1300 Police men Called Out CHICAUO, Nov. IT.-A crisis waa rrarhed In the •outlMMe street car • irtka 4*o*l A ils all between th* strikers, company agvnta and detec ttv»_ lit vahl. li nre arm* pin v an Im portant part, occurred. Union picket*, . St.. Isli. .1 to prevrnt supplies from baing taken In lh* .- nt l-an> barna, l*B»l*e*v*»d m wagon load eat with supplies and bedding t>< in* taken to the barns for the use of th* non-union carmen being housed th. rv Til. company agent* vsere attempting to land Hi. auppll** at the barns when the union pickets stepped it■_. ni The -DETERMINATION AND A LOT OF LUCK" THE ELEMENTS OF SUCCESS ACCORDING TO JAMES J. HILL, WHO SAID HIS INTERVIEWER HAD BOTH OF THEM (Special to Th* Star) ST. I'M'l. M 17.—A.»_ Paul newspaper reporter lias Just ha.l an experience with Jan • . J. llttl. presi dent of tbe •..em Brvruritu • Com pany that 1* too gin.j in tie plowed under. - 'H* era* given an assignment by hla city editor to ask Mr. Hill what b* consklered the •etitial elements of suoceee Mr. Hill 1* hard to get at mi •—lrai propositions', Th* report»r mm* bound to fill hts ajMignment and he knew lhat Mr*, Hill lunch*** al the Minnesota club. . rusting himself near the entrance to that ——if* resort, he waited th* advent of the great man with trepidation. At last the massive *houtder* and leonine headplroe of th* HID personality hove In sight. The report*r crouched Uk* a oat. judged hi* distance, and confronir.l Mr. Hill, who started bars in ap- SENATOR DIETRICH FACES INDICTMENT FEDERAL GRAND JURY BRINGS IN TRUE BILL AGAINST NE BRASKA SENATOR AND HIS APPOINTEE. JACOB FISHER, POSTMASTER HASTINGS. NEB.. CHARGING BRIBERY - OMAHA. Nov. It-Colled Sen ator Charles 11. taa*,-__rh ... India 1.4 last night, by Ihe federal grand Jary la ... ion here.' for conaplraey and bribery In -oaectloe with the appoint ment of Jacob Itsh.r. as postmaster at Hastings. N*h. |'i*h.r waa Indicted on th* same charge. The Indictment me* brought In at • tout ( o'clock, aad It I* understood that out of th* twenty member* man peeing the grand jury, nineteen vote— ' fnr th* return of * true bill **ainet Senator Dietrich and Postmaster Heh »r. and erne again a* It. The aanounc«m*Bt ef th* Indictment created a smaatlon. This I* **M to be th* first esse of th* Indictment et a t'nited State* B*r**t *r fee bribery and conaplraey In th* history nt th* t— lion. , The specific charge agati.ai.Brn*!. Dietrich is that he accepted money and property In consideration of bla re-com mending Fisher far the appointment. That against fisher specifies that he * agreed to pay Dietrich tl.** in prop *rty and money. If he *eenr*d the ap- COMMAND US FORCES ON ISTHMUS . - ADMIRAL J. I' COOIILAN. Admiral J. It. .Man I* at Pan ama to take command of the Amer ican '*!(. SEATTLE, WASHINGTON. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 17. 1903. wsgnn drivers then gap* upon th* striker* A number of ..mi .uu de tvt itv.». following th* w*gon in car riage*, whipped mil revutvrr* »»d 1* tt.. .1 the driver* In lh* fWlrig. The l i. a. ia lied, presumably uninjured. The police force guarding cowipa I property was Immediately augmenud. Thirteen hundred olttcer*. »hlcb U mure than live-eighths of lh* entire police force of the tlty of Chicago, are now guarding the company'e line* aad property. A thousand ot thea* ar* be ing uaed on Ihe Cottage (IraV* avenue tin*, where fir* car* wer**rat out thla morning. I "Whatar* th* ****nti-rTlemcnts parent alarm. of »v.*- • -«<• gasped th* youth; "my paper want* to know." Mr. 1111 l shrugged hla bushy gray •y*browa ruptdiy. after a fashion of ; I.l* own, stared at tits vla-a-vla for an Instant and rvpUed: "li.teru.it..iinn and -and a lot of tuck." •'Thanh*.'* Mild th* newspaper man, "that** nil I want to know (Sood rooming." **tm* moment." added th* Great Northern"* president, a* h* began the'asceut of the *t*l*s; "It occurs to nr that you have the element* I named In unlimited extent. Good mornlnr." yr ■ The report** I* wondering whether llttl meant to compliment htm on Mb .determinelion or to Intimate to him that he I* lucky to li- atlv* after tackling th* great man as h» did. j laotriro.nt. ' Ii la claim*- that 990 in . aal w.a paid. Id th* evidence illti.t te the grand Jury It wa* •bown that Kt.t.er bought the poatofflr. Rsturr* frnm the •Irand Army peat at Hasting*, .-.! later turned th* property ever t„ [,.,. rich, to whose building It mam re , moved, and lo whom the government Mat paid a rental for Ita use. it I* .taint that th* grand jury la Investigating too* ether cases of • similar nature*. DIETRICH DENIES CHARGE VTASHINOTON. D. C. Nov. 11.-Sen atoe Dietrich and Kditor R.-..water at the Omaha Bee are here. 1.l tor Row water. in speaking for Hrn*lor Diet* rkhl laid the latter ymild be able I. prove nia Innoe er.ee. The two are here ta eecur* tha rnnoval from ofEre of Irleirl.i Altorriey Bommers. They charge Bommers with poshing the charge* agalnat Dietrich for political purpose*. * . POLICEMAN IN TROUBLE OFFICER RESIGNS AFTER AN AFFIDAVIT IS FILED CHARG. ING HIM WITH ATTEMPTING TO COMPOUND A FELONY (Special to Th* Star) RKTT. Nov, 17.—Th* resigna tion of Policeman C. A. Tlndnll was received and accepted by the ctty council last night. An affidavit wu filed with the police committer by Mrs Tyler, alleging. It la understood, that Tlndali had offered her money If ah. would drop th* prosecution of the case agalnat Maul. Johnston. ' Mis* Johnston wa* accused of ■teallng go. 1. from Mr*. Tyl.r worth 1400. • Th* affidavit waa con sidered by th* council In Mint ac«. •ton, Tlndnll and hi* attorney ap pealing befora II Th* commit tea r*fu»ed to ti.uk. th* affidavit public. At th* cloa* of th* hearing tha t.sig. nation was handed In. M Hill N**bttt will render a select program ot He*itch and Krench dia led reading* thl* evening at th* men* smoker, which wtll be ■'•id In th* Rt Mark a Guild room, at I o'clock. •.---, ! The Seattle Star ON PUBLIC BUILDING CONSTRUCTION SUPERINTEN DENT GRANT COMES FROM WASHINGTON TO OVERSEE THE WORK Th* conference held yesterday b*. tween the (treet committee and th* advocates of the l.lppy and the Ct tertll Third avenue regrade pUns. *ra* without result. The metier waa gone into fully, but Corporation Counsel tliili.im appeared to be- nit-. *b\* to giv* a decision In regard lo the damage proposition that vans rs. Inr-rted and the mailer was laid over for consideration at th* -tra! coun cil meeting. DICK SMITH NKW VmtK.-Capt. Dick Hmlth. of Columbia, ha* proved to be one of the best men In it,, game the l*u«t baa developed. He runs hla Irani well and la a born lewder. Hi* punt ing.' drop and pla. . kicking are ex traordinary. * "—' FIGHT TONIGHT BAN mANCTBCO, "Nov. 17,— Aurella Hr, .* la.i. Htahop'* M.alcan whirlwind, I* to meet Jack I'ordell, a n—|l lightweight here to night. The boya will weigh In at IU pound* thi* afternoon. Thl* i* an advantage of several invalid* to Cor dell, who la a IXI-pound fighter whil* the Mrllrati I* 1.*.! at *.» The lad* are In ran*" »h*pe,*m* * cloae,. can* teat ia *rpawled. FAST FIGHT I'IiII.AIiKI.I'HIA Nov. IT.—Mar vtn Hart and J.— Choynakl fought a six-round draw here last naiht. lloth men were,bleeding profusely at th* end and wet* well worn out * They Marled at a trrrttle 1,,, and kept th* pace up very welL _________________________________________________________________ m - WRESTUNG EVEHKTT, Nov. 17.-llunky Hires won from i. ink in * wrestling bout her* last night with two straight throws Tom Davla challenged* th.* a Inner. SULUVAN WON WASHINGTON. D. «'., Nov. \l.— Joe Bernstein of New Tork aa* de. f.ated by Kid Hulilvan of thl* rlty last night aft.r-nln- round* ot fast flghilitg FOUGHT A DRAW ■ HI. v; "Nov. 17.-Clarence Forbes and Kid' Herman went sis rounds to a draw her* list night. FOR A CITY BEAUTIFUL COUNCIL ADOPTED THE OLM* STEO PARK PLAN Th* extensive system of park* and boulevards mapped out by Olmsted brothers, th* land, engineer*. on* of whom was a f*w mouths ngo brought to th* city for th* purpose, wss formally adopt* I by th* ctly ..in,. last night. Th* adoption of th* rsport .In. * not pl.-lg. th* city to pay any money for th* carrying out of th* a> haute li. K. Main*, chair man of the park committee, mad* a strong Bpvtach from th* lobby cham pioning th* plan 1 Article* of Incorporation of th* I Afro-American club, an organise- I tion formed by th* leading colored men of the city, ware filed with lh* county auditor, yesterday. \* x, DUG COMES INTO TOWN || I- tlugdale. lh* fat aud g«ntat in.ii, ..it of the Healtle baseball club that played back of Ihe J.tr.a* •treet taowarr house, wandered Into! town from his ranch at I'utitap, >•••' terday, and among other thing* of| tmportanc* rleftly extracted a vile weed from th» pockets of on* of the sporting writer* of Ih* city. Th* • vent waa chronicled wild due sol emnity In a ax.lnti-.il ■t.ii> |ti thst writer"* paper, - I*UglaJ* ha* • r plan* for the i -nest »•■ ■" tt. but he hasn't apread ] any of Ihem on while paprr. He I* ' hollering about the high *alarl*« thai li. had to pay last y*ar and 1; a in..lei li.it how be will be able lr* g.t out of that part of the magna*.' .... nest > r..r. He I* sl*o yon- J deling how '■■■ I" going to ru» b j baseball tr.ru wlthnut eilher Hlckey.! Htm ,ll or 11111 I tut ley. If* ta going' In run a tram ju*t lh* niw, tune,'. I ever whether I*'U Cohen t*k*s a hand In Ihe g*me or not. CORNELL'S CAPTAIN ITHACA. N. V.—Cornell hag tint shown up this year a* well »* she was espected to, although this Is not ii„. fault of th* hard-working Capt. Hunt, a a". 1 llkrne*s of whom is reproduced above. BIG MATCH ARRANGED CORBETT AND FIT*. OLD TIME RIVALS, MAY MEET AGAIN Unless Hi.!, Flttslmmnn* feated by Oeorge Gardner a ——*« from tonight. It I* given out that he will meet his old time enemy, James J. Corb*tt. who failed recently to rupture th* heavyweight belt. If thl* fight I* pulled off a* ex parted before th* Tos.mlt* club of Han raneta*—. it will b* th* great e*t drawing card aver offered to lh* ■porting public. It tl. meg sre s-leiitlfir and considered an even match Their fight *t Cargon City, when Ftlsslmmon* wr**(ed th* champkm*) from th* Callfornlan, 1* considered by a great many th* gf.St'-.t fight In th* history of th. gsn a Although no match for Jeffrie*. f..it,*tt th***** In his fight wllh him that 1.. could still stand punish ment. The blows he land** on Jef fries, white of no us. In downing th* giant, would mak* th* "flolUrrnak er" wav.r Th* new* of th* arrangement* for th* battle come* from New York. WILL ARRIVE THURSDAY NEVADA FOOTBALL TEAM RECENTLY LEFT THE HOME TOWN FOR SEATTLE-BIG GAME NEXT FRIDAY "* - * V. * " "* *;-■ * *7' I Th* football team of the l.'nlver alty of Nevada will arrive In H.attl* t from Itetio Thuraday morning. The ' la.m left their hotn* town > ral.i id*y, ».««>tJii.« to • telegram re ceived by Manager l-atub* ■*( Vi a.h lu*ti,ii from Manager New toa of Ne ivada. | With Chief* Joseph seid It.-l Cloud can the sl.lelit.rs cheering the Wash iiiatin boys on to victory the teams will tin* up at Athletic park in lay it should be one of th* greatest gam** ever played on a Bralt * field. tl I* practically for lh* I'.rifu* coaat championship *r.'l both team* ar* aiming for llil a honor. ' Net ad* baa met an,l d*f**t*v] Ibe t'nlvet.lty of California team and rl*y*t* the Stanford le*m to a stand* ,alli|. Th* Nevada mm did ndt be*l ', th* Plaoford team neither team atvttti. t Bat franc—wo and paper* and the organ* of both school* con ceded Ihe victory ta Net a I. on Be rnoulli of their BMMBtBf playing. Al though th.v couldn't *r—r» aa .li sl Ht-ti't-r* ll sy played tb* team off It* feet and outclassed It at *»*rj Payed thl " *■ *-■ •*_..- and ouKlaa**! it at .*et, I In lh* line-up of l|_. _a, .ttl* *g gregalkm there will lie several new fac**,\Th* m»nner of handling I,* I—.in will b* ciiti.llef.tiiy changed sle... i- , -n -.-.' * ■ C.wrh Knight haa . sehem* which 'hag bren mirk. I a ereaafulty by middle we.irrn .iev,,,. that tie all! put fn In u«* Prlday i 1.-nti. Rag* •haw and straws .111 appear behind til- lint during the flrat half of I*l. gam*. .-Hpet.l.ll 'wtll ti.v. Inatiuc. ttwna m play. ihee* men. their hard eat. In ttni. tun lh»ea off th.lt Net, m* that si th* end -of the half they will he Bd~ipletety *th*Ust*d. , U'rti . th*' team* Itpe up for the second. half th* back* will he com pl«t*ljr ' «■-••* -■--. i -"ItraWyT Cot*, an old eastern plsrer. -whft I*.how*, attending th tJnlversHy.^wlll be oi * t the second relay* of back*-and McKlrrum . will be illii—. The lhlr-1 relay man ha.'.tint y*t l)*.*n ile-cl.leil Upon. Th. Lain I*'net at all hurt ar crippled In th* 'east by th* atatur. day game They got down in hard I* de- fJEO. ■, Mlli.M It IN ilia Pl-H'l I.IAK CROUCH. practice again yeaterday at -1 every iii.v In th* squad waa out In i suit. Tb* (tudenl body at the university Is turning out to help the vqua* and last night a good, alaed crowd walchad the practice. The studrnl* •r* beginning to take a Utile mote Interest In the team. ■_*_ - Ther* in . number of Net .1 la people In He* til* who are anxlovx lo tart— in* team from thilr • tale when the boys arrtv*. It I* ••peeled that the arrival will cause quit* * litti* atlr In aortal as well a* (porting circle*. NEW BOAT A f.aur-oeted gig used ly th* Cur ____,, i. Nell university ha* been purchased for th. oarsmen nf th* University of Washington. Last year at the regatta boat* of an old pattern were borrowed from the James Day At— left* Club of Vlciorli. 1 hie year lh* tegatta will b* held m th* south, and It — expected lie* crew* from th* University of California a> well • • Stanford will camp*** Much In terest is being taken In the sport at the level Institution and I' -a espect ed tbat a first-eiaaa v.« will le turned out. - POOL ROOM SHARK 'GOT ROAMER'S $140 Prank Hnamer y.aterday paid ItM for a mil* *Bp*rtence which will very likely help him In faatua* iranaactlons 11. sii.ri had a pocketful of money and took up wtth a man who aald that if he played a certain Intra. In one of the local pool room* he would have money enough to keep him busy for ■ month In spending It Itoamer guv* up I . and the man went In to b*l II on the race. Itoamer ..va he never rturnd Tl o Only Paper in Seattle That "^ Dares to Print the News **< "VOL. 5. No. 42%. -*_ CENTS PER*MONTH mm mm mm . MM/IS WIIHWGHIEfIS RLATT, DEPEW AND STEOART AHE CONE, BUT THERE ARE STILL A FEW UNMARRIED BOYS IN THE SENATE ' , (Special to Th* Star) WAHIIINaITaiN, Nov. 17.—Rime lirpew and i'litit and Si. v. 11 have blitsed th* vv.. >. in.itton. with mar rtagrablf duuglilirs are nocking to ward Washington In the Imi , of a profitable Bo*_Bl this winter. It's true, the rholceet morsels have already been gobbled up, but th* prospective bridegroom class of the senate la still til organization of •otne numerical atrenglh to whose members there ran be no objection .i. the air, of desirability and eli gibility. There* Ii till* for Instance, of Alabama, only »_.' v Ml* old, and still able to get about without the aid of •it Invalid* chair. He's a widow, er. iv. la Allison, of lowa, a mere stripling of 7< Ho are Dark, of Molilalia, agi*d (4, a. hn could aell eii|.|*tri i a wife on hi* Income, re pitted to be llf. it'if orati a year; fork-: nil. Of Mia*..t.t l vv hi, 1. ('i, but who Ho doubt wouldn't lata tti aasum* any new responsibilities until he find* out what lh* nest Democratic tiutliiln.il convention I* going to do with hi* pr**i tttlßl itspiititii.ti*: ACTRESS WHO WAS MYSTERIOUSLY SHOT CORONA KK'a'AßlKt. NEW YORK.—Th* police ar* a a be* to *olve tti* mystery of thi wound that nearly - canard * thi death Of Miss Corona Kftrardo. at Italian actress of merit, who- hs.l been playing* the title role It "Malta of the Lowland-** At flrai the publli' waa told that ahe wat fined with a sprained ankle, bu! It developed that she had a bullet wound over the heart. She tola. the pill.. 11.. it »he had witnessed • quartet between two men on thi sidewalk In front of tier home. o—l rimmm-mm BIG MEN WILL FIGHT IN SAN FRANCISCO IN ONE WEEK— PROMISES TO BE A GREAT CONTEST '■[ •* (Spatial to The Star) BAN FRANCISCO. Cal, Nov. 17.— What ahould be the best battle of many moon* I* that scheduled for Nov. 14 between Hob KttxßltTtnions and Geo (lardner. Old age against youth, cunning agalnat strength, gen*r*l*hlp against speed, head work and a wallop against a wallop —which 111 in? The pair will tight for the light heavyweight championship before the Vi ..mil. olub. nf this city. Both men •re In training here, Pltsstmraons on the beach and Gardner at Almoin. In terest In the light I* Intena* snd It will attract a larg* crowd. | Tb* mill will determine whether the grand old man of the ring has gone back, or whether at at he I* the acme of manly vigor, strength and skill that line made. I,tin th* moat feared of all lighter*. Gardner is young with a string of vli li.rl.r lis beat Carter and li.-. by going to 'lift* all tin- tun* plung ing fiercely, (ending home pile-driving blows that put them on queer strrc 1. Ilia long suit Is to keep bis opponent going all the time, never giving him a chance In g*t art Thus hr ha* won his vletorl**. content to Ink*- a smash In nrd.r to'return one. but getting out of trouble because of hi* fierceness. which prevchtrd hi* opponent from de livering • blow with full speed, because Gsrdner w.is always on top of htm. I. I Itislmmtttis In* will And a man wlin likes la have the fight carried to him. Th* old man ha* often said hr could knock out any man who would bring th* fight to him. Pltsslmmons' mtiunlit*, lie* In his cunning, hi* ring generalship, long reach, lightning foot work, ability to take punlahment and Fry*, r>t Maine, a callow youngster of* 72, •(tM In be engaged to the wld* IIW of fir* l're*ldent Oitrrelt Ho* line!. Hev.rtdgi of Indiana.* Im.-st 100 young for a *econd venture, with his stunt fi mil j.. 11. of Oregon, a nestling nf it; the youthful lulling hani, of Vermont, aged *o;.J'l*trt<.lt •nd Millard, of Nebraska, of tin, kindergarten .'lues, aged re*|*-t-ttv** ly 60 and i*7; and i'uttrrsnn, uf t.'olo* rado, a promising youth of <!. Of li.i. helm ► lh*re sre but n few. Kean. of New Jersey, I* but 61. When hi- grows up he may derld* IO marry: also Klttridga., of South Da* kni.i, who Is 41. I'enroee, nf I'enn • ylvnniii. Is a year hi* .senior. Ben* ator Quay onre adrlaed him to mar ry. He MM It would help hit In n political way. "Is It for the good of of the organlzittlon that I should tak* a wife?" Penrose naked his Bit. ior colleague, "It I*!." W..S th* em phatic reply. "Very well," replied Penrose, «p. 1-tin inly resigned to the BtUU—l—_> "I eel th* organisation pick the girl. I'll marry her." That am a year ago. Hut P*n« rose I* still single. of them fired and the bullet bit her. Bhe had been found lying un conscious by a closed window - that was punctured by a bullet- She ex plained that the window waa open and that .hr pulled It down In fall ing. Lately two other women hava admitted having been In the room with her. and they . bear out . th* unknown-in-th"-street story. When first asked by he: physician who shot her she said: "He ia probably In th* hospital by thia lint. .'C__3M_h■__■________-.'.*' ■■ .*■. I « ■till retain the punch that'take* dewa the money. ..W.yj MUCH ALIKE IS" PROPORTION. * Ktttslmmons. Ciartnrr , i ft. ll** 1n......height........1 ft. It In. II In Beck .....It In. liH In ..chest norma 1 tab. In. l*: la ...cheat (expanded) 4* In. . 31 In .....waist a In. -a In this** I**. In. 14 In , calf 14 In. IIS In biceps US in. ;«•« In reach TTH In. CONSUL . 1 M -:Al. .a'lt.lKH a Consul General tidier will tak* charge of American affairs in tha in, it public of Panama.