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Today and Friday—Shower*; light toircsh
south winds.
NIGWT EDITION
THE STARS NEW FICTION OFFERING, "IN THE GRASP OF SANTA ANNA,' 1 WILL BEGIN NEXT MONDAY
GAMBLING HOUSES WILL
BE ALLOWED TO REOPEN
humor which bears all the earmarks of truth is to
the effect that repumlican managers havt used
their influence with ballinger administration in
order to secure first ward support
CJamMlng la to b* allowed to r*epcn
In *r«ti!r An ■ mnuiurr of political
■r.«a»it> thr manac*ra of th* Great
Northern rul!r» j.l win* of th*
lican early, who brought about tta*
nomination and election of Mayor llat- i
t!n«rr. have r**olv*d to take off th.
li.t and 1.1 the thing go wi.lt op*n
«4*li. in i*r.lrr to retrieve their t»>lll-
Ical fortunes.
Thin, at tract, la th* story that la
la circulation, throughout the iihJ«t
»orM tvHiay. «ml statement* mad* by
Chi. of l'oltce I'rUm-y b!m».lf to
members of the gambling fraternity
arc Quoted to substantiate th* rumor.
Th* . hi. f has Mattel that h* U not op
r»"■«! M nmi provided it la con
ilinir.l In a quiet. r«-»i-*ctaM« man-
IMC. and I* wl!Hn« l.« tak* - off • th*
brnkr whenever lh» powers that b*
•ar ao.
N.uh.r are th* pool room*. «hkh
T»» Star tijwi*ed yesterday, to*b*
■IWaA They ar* at th!a moment
runnln* full bUrt. —ur«> In th*
> .«-.ta>- of the fart that they hay*
cood fri. n.la at court, who will pro
CRUSHED
TO DEATH
_ .. -» - \ , • - - i
Cub* Fahakka. a «iln»r a«*J ■
year*, «v Instantly kUi*d by a fall M
•tat* In mtn* N> 1 at Kr.nkUn. >e»
jrril*v aftrreooa about « o'clock. l"»
--bakka and two nxUft m(ti»r» wrr*
wnrklsji In Br»a*t No. at and had two
■hota r»«dy to b» flrr.S. Th« ftr»t-l«o««
wm called and th» allots fired. Two
aavDorts w*re blown out and aftrr th*
■n w*nt back to lIM-lr work they
failed to •omul lb« wall*. Thta r.'#-. 1
Mai on* of tti.ir number bla Ufa. A
lan* iU!.' of itat* weighing about two
tona f'll eatchinc ,ih»kli» and cru»b
tn« tba !lf«■ from hla body.
Th« alarm was »ound«d and men
quickly ru*hrd to th» acce*. but too
lata. for whra they aucc*«J«>d- In r»
movina* th« m*«» of fallen rock It was
to NBM the m*n«-:^.i ana acarc«ly
rrtcctiljabl" form of ivhakka
Coroavr Hoy«. who wa» at Black
Diamond laTMtlgatlDg thr railroad
wr««k which occurred Tuesday, was
noUflfd and lmm«Jl»tfi» w«nt to th«
•cent of the •!■• Mrnt,
No toqo*«t will b« b*ld. as It was
shown to b* tb« fault of Ib« m*n at
work. Tb»tr lß»tra«Uons are r*ry
cl«ar and th#y bad •rM'ntly dls<
obeyed tbtm.
WILL BUILD
A TEMPLE
Home ramp No. a*. Woodmen of
the World, baa dvcbted to Uke the
tntUitlv* in arranglnit for the erec
tion of a, tVoodnwn'a lrmp«l. Tlhs
wu decided upon at a meeting of
th« camp last ninht.
| Tb« Woodmen ha»« been »lv*ii an
option ot» severs.! pI«K-«i of valuable
property, but as yet no selection of
a alt* for the proposed tempcl has ■
been made.
Consul Jior»»y. of the Horn* camp.
last evenlnir appointed a committee
to confer with the other camps and
to work In conjunction with them in
perfecting the arrangements for the
erection of the building. Members
of th* committee are A. Mevrn, A. C.
Presbacb. K. M Frew, L K. Ches
nut and J. W. HalKh.
LITTLE HAPPENINGS
Mlmi KiU Ktanlrh wa» awar<J«l ll,«*>
damaoa agalnat the Palace Laundry
In the »ut>erlor court thla afternoon
for ■ cbuabed Hand. gh« IU«1 for i
M
Jamea Smith iVa.l-<> guilty to ft
chars* of burglary In th< auptrlur
court this morning. He wild ».T.trnr«-«l
by Judge Taliman to two year» In
th« oenltetitlary. He broki« into th»
North Pacific kxlKlnc hmiiwp March II
Th« 8«attl« Brewing * M«itln« com
r»«r • «*ciirc4 a. writ of attachment
aralnat the prmonal prnp^rtjr nt Mlko
1UI«T, raana«*r of ti;- drfunrt Armde
theater. In aup«rtor court this after
noon.
Henry Watteraon. the ilft.-I riltnr
< f t!><- Louisville Courier-Journal, «r
--r.-. i.l In H»altl» thin iumln» and Is
it Kuriit at th« \V«shlriK!'.n hotel. ll<i
Ik in » lecture tour of the W«*t.
Jtetwwh 2fio arnj 250 property own
»m of Kalriler Beach and along the
Ttcnton car line waited upon ttfe
<ounty eommU«lonem thl« aftrrnoon
for the purjx** of urging the *»tab
lishment of a l»»iul<»v«r'l to run along
the car track to Rainier Ilea<rh. The
county '<>inml«»lofi"rK have agreed
to take the matter op and comply
with th* request if paoTbU.
In order to enlarge it* tyntem In
tb# aotitbern of the city the In
dependent Telephone Company yes
terday fi:-l with th« boar*} of pub
\}a worka a petition for mlMlim
to extend Mi underground con
-
t<-ct them In »ny emergency. Th* pool
ronra in. m hay* rood . >»>>n to know
th* •trrna'th of their pull, Nt It has
been teated.
ll«for* Mayor llalllnicrr had brrn In
efflc* a fortnight th* paol room *vll
wa* called to Ma attention, and actlnc
in the Impulse of th* momvtit h* *aa
about to Imu' th* order that th<> b*
rli'w.l forthwith.
Then th* tlr»«t N,.rth«m combina
t tion showeOi It* hand ami at th* r«
iju»*t of on* of th* prominent Rupub-
Ucana who ar* aupptirUu* Hamuel II
i*tl*a for I t,it.<l BlalM Senator, and
br th* n>mln| to th* front of oth*r
cllliena who ar* twhind Mr. If - In
hla fUht. th« unlM «v |>t.\tntr«l
from coins ' :>lv
Th» aam* iariu«i.<.-ra. It (a »»H. mi
now b*hlnd the ■»»«• to r«H»t>»n «atn-
Mm*, llumoni that th* admlnlmra
thMi would ulltmat.:- rom* around to
a rla-ht way of thinking on th*
I MM qa**tlon h»v« b**n In clr> <
culatlon imniH th« hi«Mm« th«m !
>, iv» for we«ka. but It MM irrn«ral)y
conceded that th* p*jrcholotlc«l mo-
dutts on Klr«t nvrnuf south and on
Atlantic street.
H.« Mint. In the rlttnlty of Vlrtlnla
street and Minor avtnu* have torn-
Plain*.! (■> the police that fratlva
youncstera In targe numbers «r- nuk-
Ins- life miM-rable for them by playing
ball la their yards, breaking down
shrubbery and trampling on |>l*ul*
and fl'tr.r* In their i>< revelry wtth
the ln»m ■ !.!!«• epbere. Several t . n> . •
and (.•■■'.«r. have b«— brskeit down by
playful (>■•)•.
An . ff., . r was detailed 11 tnreati*
gal* MM damage done and krep a
watchful eye '» the young offenders.
DEFEATED THE BILL "
I— ■IMIIMmI April ll.—Tti»
Australian government todAy J«
--f»ttli-I by one vote lh« government
I bill. It la stated that th* ministry
will resign. gj
SENTENCED
' IKDIANArOLIB, April tl.—Pr*a«
i.i»nt nroderick of th* MHHMui
bank ■»*.» today sentenced to 10
ye«ra In the penitentiary, and
Cashier Collins 1.1 six yrara.
WILL HOLD
INQUEST
- r " - t ■ ■' . * '"--"v
Coroner It'y. •*>» arrives from the
wen* of the rff'nt railroad «nek at
in«rk Diamond, Ihla morning. Mr*
| thai It will not Ik neraaaary to bold
an lixcimi ore rth* remains cX Scan
lon, the dead rtn-inrer. as It waa pUtn
| Iv an unavoidable ae»-MJent. Dr. llojr*
I •*»• taht trucks 'root Us* shattered
I car* vert driven out of »l«ht In iJm
, earth, and block and tackM had to fa*
u»*d to g»i them out.
KEIPSTM
GUESSING
What can b« done with a boy who
la too good to be ■••nt to thi' reform
school and (no mUchlevous trt !•«• nt
large I* a question which confront*
Judge. Hell «•%•«• ry month or «■> when
Harry Thorn; axed IS, If brought
| Into court by hi* discouraged and
widowed mother.
Two months to Judge it'll
thought h« had <!!«t-.«-i of Harry
by lurtilnit him over to Itev. T. P.
Iterelle. |>«»«or of the First Prot
estant church, who in inn Intrr
*«|«->1 In the boy. Today, however,
Harry wan brought Into court again
by Deputy f'rox-eutlns; Attorney
Conover, who stated that all at
tempts to make him go to school had
fatted.
"1 hat* the Idea of M>nd!nf the hoy
to th« reform school, because he Is
not bad, but simply full of life and
spirits," Mr. Conover aal«l.
Mr Itevelle also told th* court that
he thought It would be the ruin of
the lad to place him In an Institu
tion where h<- would associate with
bad boys and lie deprived of hla lib
erty.
Judge Bell finally decided to place
Harry absolutely In the hands of
Mr. Revele, to go to school or not
as the minster should see fit. Harry
was catted before the bench and
treated to a lectur* In Judge IMl'h
severest tones.
Ho was told that If he failed to
obey Mr. Tlevetee he would be> sent
to the reform eachool In two months.
irrv listened In *lcnce> and didn't
commit hlmaelf ax to what his In
tentions were.
Mr It»vi.ll» has decided to teach
the boy hlmn-lf Instead of forcing
him to iro to school and will devote
several hour* a week to his self-Im
posed task.
WAI.TFfAM. Mam., April ti.—The
caa« of Charted !#. Tucker, the ao
rimi <1 murderer of \f»l.«-l !•»«<• at W««
--ton. waa called thin tnornina'. There
wan a great cru«h of people. The
father of th« murdered girl told of
finding h«r body.
The Seattle Star
BBATTLB, WASHINGTON. THURSDAY, AI'KI!. it, if**]
ment would not nrrl\« until after tha
fall rlr,Jli»n.
Now, !...»■ ■„ r II I. stated that th*
tarn') ar* to l>« allnwrd to open May
I. or at Irani not Uter limn May i.
the Mat aft«r th* coming county con
vention. Prosecuting Alton IVvtt,
II la claimed, was. for • lim. a atum
bllnii 1.1 ■. k In th* way of tha'admlo*
latratlnn. but It I* now »<ill that *vrn
hr has li««it bruutht Int.. tin* and
that, whether h* la rvnomlnaled M
nut. b* will not Intrrter* with 111 i<<*
ll.* In th* work of hUltnt lt» enfurc*
' th* law. . i
Th* only reattl. H>n that will b*
p:». ..I upon th* ■•tiul.ur* it la said. Is
that th*V run.' their game* behind
cloaed doors and m ml I* t cater tv th*
bucket brigade— that la to aay, muat
pr*v*nt wrlkiia men from losing
money at (hr gam«a.
Tltts will pruhably t>e dnne by cutting
out the hlah perrefitag* aid* ■•m.«
and running only faro and ilalt» fur
plav*r* who will buy not '<■■ than a
It *tack of white chip* bvfor* sitting
down at the table*.
Although no official ewnflrtnetlan of
the •tot* that gambling Is 16 ha re
opened can hr ot>laln»»l. the tact* here
Kit. are vouched for by th* leading
eportlaar a»«n of the city, who a^» In
> th* move a pMtch of lh« long standing
quarrel between the Oreal Northern
faction and th* First ward leader* at
. th* Iteoubllcajt party.
PLANS FOR
NEW ROAD
Arr»rif»mfi;t« have Ju«« Iwm <<>in
|,J'!i--J for a moat Important luterur
ban railway system, to run by direct
and continuous lli.r from VMkttMl to
ttnohonUih. m dtat«><- Of IS ml!r»,
passing through portion* of Toll and
ttkvkomlih, and through the 800
--qualml* \all> >
The company I* to I* lnct>rpor»t**l
for IS.WMW, Joat who the flnaii'Ul
backer* of the new enterprise i!<- !»
a matter that I* at JifM-Ilt krjt *«•
cret. but th«" nominal Incorporating
are W. 11 Ooldson. T. J. Farley ami
Kiln In H. «Sill.
Article* of Incorporation «rrr« filed
1 this morning in th« nfftr* of the
county au-utnr ami with tIM *<-cr«
lary of stale at OtympU fur the >■'<■-
■ 111, Hrnton * Tail ■• trt>- rall
way rotnj any, to nin f?om Itenton
to Toll via liuuquab -..id Kails City,
and capitalised at I.iO.'<•«>. M to
■Ml Incorporation papers win b»
fl!««l for tb» SnohomUh * Cherry
Vallry Cttctric IUIIw»y company, to
run from •nohomlah to Toll via
Monro* and Ch»rry VaJlty, with a
I C«p(t«IU«!!. of It.XSOMM.
Th* two eo<npanl«* will oprmt*
1 UIIll»r two old franchl*«*. th* rtrat
of which »■• granted 111 January
!*•! M « li, Ur ! and w. VI i:«t
wtnil* a« tra»t««a. by Kinc county
an.l th« towna of tmaquah ami Ttrn-
Inn and th« B»- <-n4 of which KM
rranted MM tint* ago to W. M.
Hnrd«r and J. i: Hall. a* iruntrr*
Th* rout* will b* through one of
th* tl>hr«t agricultural. timber and
coal >!i.tri< m In th* llaii
MERELY A
TALKFEST
A* Th* Ptar predicted, the confer*
fin* yesterday afternoon between
Jacob Kutth. the- prospective Kin*
county candidate for senator, and
the supporters of Hainuvl II I'llea
and John I. Wilson for the same of
fice, had no result worth mention
in*.
Th* statement of one of th» con
ttr—-* that "we Just cot together
•nd threw boqueta at each other,"
eiprrsses fully what was accom
plished.
"The situation, so far as I am
concerned. Is not changed In thm
least," said Mr. Furth this after
noon. I*ractically nojthlna; was done
at hte conference.
STRIKE IS OFF
(By Rrrlppa News Aaa'n >
NP;VV TOrtK. April % '>, » thoti
■and lithographer* throughout th*
rniintrv who have been on a strike j
sine* March IS, returned to work this
ni'rrnliir as the result of an agree
ment ficnhrarlnc co«r»»«|..i,« by both
MM . ;• ■<-„., ■' vii
-' -' . ———————
EARLY BOOM IN J
REGISTRATION
rtegistratlon for thn fall election
la commencing to boom. Ward
workers are out In forro bringing
out voters and th« registration
clerks are bu*y. The registration
for the last city election was II (i«
and K0 names have been registered
since thnt time.
The reglntratlon la heaviest In the
waterfront precinct. 11l th* First and
Second precinct* of th« First ward
j snd In the Fifth ward. It Is In
these two wards that the untl ril«n
legislative candidates iuii making;
| their flghU.
SHE'S A WINSOME MISS
QOV. PAROEES DAUGHTER WILL CHRISTEN THE NEW CRUIB
ER CALIFORNIA
»i Mil iv ■. ■ CaL, Apr)! Sl.~
Miss I'Mrrrr l^r.ie- .who h<»« been
chosen by her fatbtr. Oov. }>ardee,
to rhr!*t»n th» new cruiser Ca]]for<
nU. la a winsome, pretty miss .if M
Hh» receiver most of h.r education
NO HOPE FOR
BANDITS NOW
THE TRIO OF CAR BARNERS WILL BB HANGED IN THE COOK
COUNTY JAIL AT AN EARLY HOUR TOMORROW MOHNINO
nriCAOO, April n.-no*ernor T«f»,
this morning sfflrmeii th» rajaßK
4atlon of the state t. »r-l Of i»ni"n»
In r<-«ir<l to Interfering with tin « u
t»nr« iTnai4 041 <**rt«tri<>-r Vamllne.
»nd all ll.rr- of th* iMii.<tit« will lie.
hanse<t tomorrow Riornlng; NHdrr
tn.ur alnne, and Marx and Vandlne
together.
Th« *heriff of Conk iHjtjrjfjr h** rum- I
Dlotwl all arrangement* for the litj>l>
eiecutlon. It will t<- the ftr*t Mm* j
that more than two men have been !
laaMMai at nitre In Chicago «lr.re the
•xertillnn of ih* Harmarket artarrh
ist*. The nhertfr* offlr* ha* been
flooded with requests for ticket* to
wltnews the execution, but all ■( the**
hay« been refused. Th* .>nlv witnesses
to the triple hanging will ha th<>a«l
ah" attend In an official rnpn-liy.
STAR WINS FIGHT
FOR FIRE ALARMS
COUNCIL COMMITTEE INFORMALLY DECIDES TO CARRY OUT
THE PROVISIONS OF LONG NEGLECTED ORDINANCE
A* a direct result of The Rtar'a
agitation of the matter the city 1*
to have a. ateam alren fnr a flra
alarm, aa wall na Illuminated fr«
alKimla at all atre«t car ciuaaiii|a to
prevent Kurd nccidrnta na i-»ultni
In the death of Anna (imlrv a week
n«>>. Thia waa Informally decided
Upon at th« meeting of the fire and
water comtnlttae of th« council Uat
nlKht.
At th* m«HJng of the council Mon
day night Councilman Crlchton win
Introduce an ordinance providing
for the placing of a at— alren on
th« I'oat atreet t>ower hou«« nf the
H«attto Klectrlc company, which will
i.« blown whenever a fire alarm li
turned In. .
In »»t«n.l. wher* ah* was born, but
I* now « irtember of the sophomore
rlasa In ttw Hacrmmento hlgti school.
aitss l'«rJ«-e. who I* of strong horn*
IrwK.tallnna. la rmther tail for her
■«• and d««lde4ly «r».»ful.
, Three toar'i are with each . f th*
men. two doctor* reinforce Nelde
meter** mianU, <>n* it'innl lv* on ht*
I-od: the other* all by him. on* on each
•*<»*. He Is not f~-rml:t.«l to put hi*
h»n«i« under the- covtr*. The wound
b« Inflicted In an nil. mil In commit
mik-M* U (till "f>. The bandit »mli%«
with f)lm*<~c| vanity whrn in. (»«i<l
comtallmirnta him on hi* ahrewdnem
In ti.nli'f <■»»•«• lh« »rnrrhr* for
rfni<... if.i weaponik A prleat was
with Nrldermrler three, hours this
■■Mm without apparently ccinvlnc-
IWt the cnndi-mned •■■«■ Vandlnt.
■ fur the receipt o£ a telegrtm from
ht* mother al Pprlnßfleld. notifying
htnt of her fallura tn «ecure cuf"■:n.i
tortal rlrtrirnrv. catlrd for a priest.
ft. »m of M-»N(r|!n. vUKed the Jail
to «ff»r prayer* and bring flower*.
i |Th«> board of wnrk» la to b« In
#tmct«-ii, and In fact hum already
ten InfortnaJly directed to ipcedlly
carry out the provlalone of th« or
rltn*n< ■- p»M«d two yearn «ko pro
'vl.linir for the InaUllatlon of fire
aijrnaU at all atr<>»t car croaatnica. A
iiKwl-l of the alfcnal d«vlae4 In being
completed by Hi.- Mlli»a A I'll ■ ' Co.
and City Electrician Joalyn cxpe«ta
to l.» hlil* to pr**»nt th« model to
the committee for approval In v few
day*.
Chairman Zblnden *tat*d lait
night that (if wna determined tn »c*
that On ordinance wan currlrd out
and the Hrnttln Klcctrlo compnny
compelled to do tU share of the
work.
HELD IP AND ROBBED
BY A DUSKY AMAZON
While on hit way horn* shortly
after nil'liilatit, l»«l night. Kred
rii-., ti...»ui.i of the Health «h«"
alrr, waa aiccoated by n colored
woman near Iha corner of Columbia
street and fourth »venui>, and this
mot l.lliK fr*d )■ lamenting the
fining. iiih.,|.|h vi .ii.. of mln cuod
hard K"i<l
When 11.. woman met Piper she
anil, "Howdy. Mr. l°>i' ' Wher* »r«
you irolng. honey?"
••Home," mM rip»r, at»rtl.*i Hi
tdna* called by his ■" name.
•Well, Mr. rip*"", I'm roln« to
walk ii little way with you."
Hoarrely had they fOIM half •
block when the dusky Am»*on
turned quickly and threw both arnii
hlm.mi IMper'a ncrk and gave him a
rvgulnr food old-fashioned hug and
nearly choked him i. death. ll*
■Irani* > '" '"" himself, but th#
woman was too strong In «u«n«
arm" [<!sy and en* Mid effuitveljT,
without ffl«*a*lng *"•' bold: "Now,
Mr riiri. don't you «• i fusty."
rin«lly ll|-r flung th« woman
frotn him m. she fell. He haatlly
felt in hU pocket where had nestled
hi. fat lltlla purse, which felt
»tu.t>k*lv thin. Now- ' '"' being
i. it at counting money. a»w at a
SHUT 'EM
UP TIGHT
nOUr.. Mril SI—A Chrtfoo irle
grunt ilti* in-.ruin* •tat*" th»t A I
mlrml T«»IT» kaa >-i ■ «{••**• 1 l»at
j>tr|.nt»<l ntwl will malss another »t
--tempt to eotnpW*lr »«.tll- UM Port
Arthur tarbor tonight.
LIVES OF YANKEES
~ IN DANGER
BERLIN. April 21—The
Frankfurter Zeitung print* a
dispatch from its Manchuria
correspondent reporting bitter
ami-American feeling prevalent
there, endangering the lives of
tho»« who failed to flee bcf* re
the hostilities were thoroughly
under way.
Four America nil have been
detained at Mukden on a charge
of espionage on behalf of the
Japanese.
An Englishman arrested a*
Port Arthur on a charge of be
ing a spy, has been hanged at
Mukden The persecution of
the Jews it al»o vigorous.
COMPANY
WAS KIND
AFTER CAUSING THE DEATH
OF MRS. MENDENHALL'S HUS
BAND SEATTLE ELECTRIC
COMPANY PAYS HER EX
PENSES BACK TO INDIANA
Mm. Itosena M»n.l«-nhi<ll. the wid
ow "I J. Mrn.l«nliiill, who ill'-.I April
I. from Injure* sustained by falling
■ iff ■ »tr.-.| car. «m nw;u>lisl 1460
by Superior Judge Morrta thl« morn-
Idk n« ilamagra agnlnat the Beattl*
Itrtri - company. The amount of
dnmnnre* «m a«r''.l upon by the
rattle* to Hi" suit out of court.
Ju.Vr Morrta told Mm. WnwiiilrMl
that *he could not legally recover
■ linn ■■•-« from the company without
It* concent, an her husband had lout
th* damage, mitt he brought shortly
befor* his death.
Mr*. MriHii-nii.ui I* In very d«*tl
tnte i'lrrurn»tinio«'», however, and
the Seattle Klectrlc company agreed
to furnlah li«t enough money to re
turn i.i hi i home In Indiana. The
officer* of the company preferred to
have the money go through th»
court, an that It would prove » bar
to any further action of .1 similar
nature which Mrs. Mcndenhalt might
bring. •
PUT THEM ON
THE CARPET
Th# three lawyer* who constitute the
Kpx-lnl fimimlllMi that la Inveatliratlng
th" candidate* for proaefutlna* attor
tn-v urn mill bimy and will not Im> able
to milk* i« report to tt-.f executive com
mlttm of tho Civic union for Mvrral
dava vet.
Kvery eln«"t» candidate for the pout
"ii hit* !m m put on the wltneaa •land
and niniin to tell tha whole ntor? of lila
Ufa to itif oommlttoc, or Will ba W.
T. Hcolt. Col. C. C. J,',l(on. and K.n
ti»th Mrlntimh ur« Uir«a of the turn
»Im> have already bun placed on tho
tiuu«t- •* *^* ";■■•-»
I THE ONLY PAPER IK SEATTLE
; THAT DARES TO PRINT THE NEWS
!■•••........ ..-■-
Vf)t. 6 NO. sa.
FRED PIPER, TREASURER OF THE •EATTLK TMEATKH, WAI
OIVKN A "•TRONG ARM" BY A COLORED WOMAN ANO LOST
t:\mu «■ that of th* 5126 In X"l'< that
was In the i-'ii •■• when Im atarted
for home, only |I 0I • in.ill '
I'm 1..1.1.- 1 " muttered Fred
through his t.-.-th and he started for
tha woman who had picked herself
up and »t,.M..1 to walk hurriedly
awn-. I'lper selied her by th« arm
and told her to aiva him back the
money or he'd tak* her i•■ th» police
station.
"•Hain't trot yo* money. Sir.
riper."
"Yea you have, and give It up, and
be d quick about It.' protested
Kred.
Bhe protested Innocence again ami
Pl|*r threw down and proceeded to
•earch her. Hhe. screamed and two
men, evidently confederate*, who
mw the. scuffle, cam* running up.
One of them pounced Into I'lp*T and
•truck him a •tunntnir blow In the
face, knocking htm to his hands Haw
knees In the mud. IMper cot up M
' renew the battle, but his male us- |
HE MLS I SUB Sim
•TANLCY RUTTER WANTS HIS WIFE'S DECREE OF DIVORCE
SET ASIDE—A STAR BOARDER RUINED THEIR HAPPINESS
An •Dt>l!r*»!ot! to have ■ (Jf<T*» of
Clrorc* Kiaxtrd l» lire. I/oula* Rutter
In lhl» city laat Nirerober a»t »*id*
M 11*4 In th* nuperior court ihU
m >rt>ln« by her ea-buaband, Htanler
It utter. M. claim* that th* divorce.
waa ». <ur'«l li> fraud, and In affi
davit* filed in aupporl »t hi* petition
t> !'• a, m.*l IntrrrallnK ctory.
11. ■(■l.* that he timer knew hla
wife »>"<! »*cured i\ divorce, until a
(. » *•<»* on! »>,.-i. he I>ai'i<r.« J to
■*« Bom' tn'i.ili'ii or tier auJt In an {
old n*w»nuprr. II- had never been
». rxi-.l *o he. all*«. «. with any nolle*
whatever thai »h« l»ad eu»d him. al
thouch h. MUr* >■• •■'" «!*•>■• krpt
! (i.f.tini.4 by him mm la hla wbertaboula
. and ki.«» hi- e»aei ai!<lr«». TI. 41-
I vt.rr* wsa -l.tali.rd on «r«un<J of n.-n
--. a«n«.rt.
■ 111 wife and I w*r« m«rrl«-«l In
IMP In Janraville, Wla.," lIvUK-r r»!at^a
In bis affidavit. "and movfd at once
to OrMron. VV» llv*d to«*th«r r«7
I I h«t«'lU until wrcnil >rara after our
I child »a» born. whra I br«an to no
tire a crowing Infatuatlun on the part
I of mv wife for a man named Morris
HawkSiM. who boardwl with ii». Thry
wtv r»n»tantl> t'i«»-th»T. but I trutt
«J mr wifr and aatd nnthlnx about It.
On* aftrrnoon ah« pr*trndr4 to >•«•
' kolhb tn the .1. -,ti»t <■• have an ay »>."«
tootb. oullcd. «nd oKt.<-«v to m«. ' me
»i..l vo out to dinner at • o'clock that
evrnln*. . ■ ■
Whru I «rr« rr«tl«p« walitnc far h. r
I wwit to li*r mom and found Ihrr* a
nota In which nhc told mo to wait no
l«nc#r. 8b» tttxtr rrturnfd and I
found that ph.- had «topa4 with Hawk-
H Ina' and «on» to Alanka. I took my
child aua ». i.t back to JanetvlDe. In
OBTAINED !
DIVORCE
I BY FRAUD
DECREE IN WIEDERT CASE SET
A6IDE BY JUDGE BELL
a decree of divorce obtained by
John Weldert In the superior court
Ib»I June, wai set MMI by Superior
Judge Dell, It having been proven
that Weldert deceived hi* wife,
Amelia Wi l.lirt. In regard to the
matter In a mont shameful way.
Mm. Weldert l» a German and can
understand only a few words of
KnirtUh. According to the evidence,
her 'iu»b«iii() i>-<urv.l a divorce from
her on trumped-up ground* by ab
solutely mlarrpimentlng to her the
nature of 111.- action. George Hess,
WeWUrt'a Don-ln-law, waa alto found
by Judge Hell to have taken a hand
In the plot to defraud the woman of
her right*.
Mr*. Wrldcrt'd nult to have the
decree of divorce pot aside him lx»«*n
on trial In Judge Dell's court for
erviTiil day*. The nature of the case
wu such (hat It was held behind
cloeed door*.
"A» for a* I can «cc." }u<]f« Bell
Mid, In rendering ha decision In the
caoe. "the awful treatment thla
woman ha» received at th* hand* of
her hunband and till rolatlvea In
almply the remilt of their rneanm*»»
and penurlouaneaa." He then went
on to acorn the two men noundly for
th« deception they hud practlctd.
Attorneys Richard Cowan nnd
Fr»<l Ilurch worn charged by Mm.
Weldert with complicity, but Judge
11*11 MM thin morning that no far
Ha he could derive from* the testi
mony which had been before him
(hi- luwvara bad. acted In ffood faith
» s CENTS PER MONTH
, aallant imp Junt disappearing
around the oornrr. I'lp*T lh»n b*-^,
k.in ••. look for the woman who hail
robbed Mill, but ■»»«, 100. had van
l«Jif<l ■ ' I i
riper report*! th* hold-up to th*
pollra and wti iclv»n th» • unicllnc
Information that th' woman *Ul
ona whom th« officer* had b^«n
nhadowlnir for •om* time and that 1
rUt- would probabtr be run to eartb*
b«for« 24 hour* bad rtapaod. * ,
Whan I'll -r appeared at tk« *U».
lion hi- was covered with mud from'
, h«-*<J to foot and b« waa r-irnchlne
| hi* f-maliiltif wraith llirhfly In bllr
band, f-arlnii l*at It miff hi go th«*
may of hit mloilnir ducata.
There •• "-ill" to bo a atraiui* fatal*'
i Ity folio* Ing th* tr*«aur«ra of th«
i K*«lll« theater. Mr Plp^a pred*-;
ruior, Qm«r C D«wey, was held
up on Quern Anne hilt one night
utt'iut alx «e«ka a^ and after a •>■«»■
j^-i «i» battle with the hl«h -v«yni*a
aucceeded In t.»:iliti(r him off. , ■
•r»»r»l month* I I—tTa4 • httt**,.
from her. In which ahr aaked m« to
•vi- h<-r for Alvorce no that ah* eoul-1
rrmarrr. I r»fvi»*4 to do ao. but of
f*r«l to forgive b*r for *ir»rjrthlnit If
■ho would come back to me and to her
bor. who *v plnlna* for her. . -' -
"I t>rorala*4 not to reproach h*r f«T
hat ah« had don* and to treat her
a* I always bad done, and acnt bar;
l,»i.v • t>i. tnr». but atlll abe would not
pome. "'*".
"I learnrd that ah« wa* Urln* with
Hawklna In Dawaon a* hla wife and
that h» had had th* nerve to aMuro*
mv name. They were known - la*
Alaaka and Beattl* a» Mr. and Mr*.
flutter. ' ":{
"ill wife wrote me ajraln and b*irce<f
m. to a*Ti4 her the baby, and when I
reftwd to rive htm «t> mM I wa»
KifJuh. I aaw her when aha returned
to viarnnaln to vlalt her «lat*r aaft
.«r.d her to rellnqtilih her , fri>-rd*
and her lovc-r and com* back to me.
but he would not »he mtm»A to b»
■ very unhappy, and alcned her letter*,}
'Tour wr»ck of a wife. I^ouUe.' •;
_ •I hare alwaya been able and ml-
Ifiun to atipport her. but »he will not
return to m- and to her little boy. I
had not beard from her for mntnr tlm#
when I saw In the paper* that ahe ba4
rotten a <llv«r'-<. fn«n me" by t< tllnj;
tba |ud>* thai I would not aupport b«»|
and bad dvarrted her, and that ah*
.n<i not know »her» I wu."
Mr. nutter, who la !i\in« In «>»tt!». (
will r«alat the aettln* aald* of th«
lull and It ha* been arraniie4 tha»
a heaiina; In the matter "hall he had
aa aorm aa poMibie, Hutter la repr«>
aented here, by the law firm of Me-
Clur* a- McChire. and Mr*. RutWT ha*
rrtaJned Andrew DalZltt. ,
and had probably been imposed upon
by Weldert and lies*.
Mr. and Mr*. \\>i<lert had been
married only two months when th«
former secured the dlvotce. ,
SMOOf
TRM
WASHINGTON. April 11 —Bri*-
ham ItobcrU wan again on th« stand
when the 8 moot hearing was re
turned this morning, before the ren
ate committee. lie testified ,in
Hmoot's behalf.
H. was examined regarding Ma
: statement to the effect that elco* ;
Uoaa In Utah oscillated between th«
Democratic and Republican partis,,
and mid the only time wh«a th* V
Democrat* ha.l elected th*lr candl- j
dat«t was In im and ltM, when th« ;
•liver question was principally th«
only one discussed, and that sine*>
ttepubllcans had been successful.'*
Witness Identified an Interview pub
llthed in Utah during his candidacy
for contress In which he admitted
the right of the church to discipline
members when they entered politic*
without first securing permission.
II- also admitted that after having
been ejected from congress and on
hla return to Utah he had been, In
1900, again prosecuted for plural co
tiabitatlon.
He whs not convicted.
Calvtn Cubb, proprietor of th*
Bute! Statesman, waa then called.
ll' said he had no knowledge except
by hearsay of persons living In
polygamy In Idaho, One-third of
the members of the legislature \ver«
Mormons and leaders of both Re
publicans and Democrats, and.ca
tered to the Mormon element. Wh*n
ever the Mormon church wanted
anything It was given by either par
ty, without regard to the wishes of
the Da&Bia. * ' *

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