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NIGHT EDITION
THIS IS THE LAST DAY FOR REGISTRATIOi FOR THE SCHOOL ELECTION TO BE HELD DEC. 3. POLLS CLOSE AT 8:30 P. M.
i CHIEF OF POLICE DELANEY WILL HOLD SALOONISTS RESPONSIBLE FOR
THE ROBBERIES IN THEIR PLACES
LIFE A T
STAKE
NAN PATTERSON PRESENTS PITIABLE APPEARANCE IN COURT
ROOM TODAY WHILE WITN ESS TELLS OF THE TRAGEDY
Mlv *.-rtrM N»w» Am > i
NEW YollK. Not. Si.—N»n Pat
terson paaaol a sleepless, rest Us* i
eight In tho Tombs. The scathing
argument of the prosecution and the
sight of her lover's garment* with
the bullet hoi.' stained with ht«
life • blood, had !■■■•-:» 100 much for
her nerves and she collapsed when
she returned to her cell. Th* r*ac
ttnn over, kltsa l*»tlers<,>n calmed
herself mi.l said:
Th« first day over and I find
nothing to hurt roe "
Her fare- vu pale and bloodies*
ami she looked almiwt chalky
against the somtter setttnic of her
blark dmi and veil a* she came
Into court thl* morntns and sat by
her father's sld*.
Ml»s I'atteiron wa» much per
turbed by the saw of the curious
crowd In the court room twtay.
When the rearheil her seat she
turntMl an 1 klM«d her father.
Police Serneant Walter Norrl*. of
the I sonant street station. «here
the drfrnUant «v brouuhl when
arrested. «a» the first »itn»« to
da% He certified that the reiuWer
vhlch VoUi-eman Junler handed to
htm when he brought Mlaa Tatter
son In was the one offer**! In evi
dence. It contained three loaded I
■hells, one exptodfd shell and thrre
was oar empty cylinder.
Captain Swcrny ldentm«l th* r#
volrrr. He Mid he talked with !!■■•
defendant at the station after the
■hoo(tn( .-"::•• said Vouok shin
himself and that the fin;; the
knew o! the trtmble wa» wlicn *h««
heard a i! '"'■' Rhot. then her
companion fell over In her lap. Khe
said they had !. • -:i quarr»>lin« i:.
the cab.
Fredertrtc Michael*, the cabman.
Identified the phato of the c«b. H.
testified that the cab was encased
by a man and woman at Ktft> n.nth
•treet and Broad«») H* r»n>j-
Blzed the defendant, but couldn't
Identify Young from the photo. He
drote to Fifth a»enue. where the
man bought a hat. He then drove
to Blecker street and Went llroad
war. where the pair went into a
saloon and stayed a few minutes.
Th-v came out and drove south
again Neither was under the In
fluence of llqnor.
After he cro»»e<l Canal *trwt. on
West Droadwsy. he heard a plitol
•hot. Hl* horse plunged and be
■topped him after he had cone a
block and a half further. The de
fendant asked him to drive to 4
drug (tore. He ii ! not look Inside
to ace what happened. He beard
BO qiiarrrtlnr. He aaw the wan
tarried Info the hoxpltal. bat again
failed to r...»«1»1x# the photo. *, "
The flrnt wltneaa ihi* afternoon
waa Wllilam Btenn. jr.. a tru'kcian.
who heard the shot fir..] 11.. <iw
th« urnohe comlnr ffim the rab and
STRIKE
RIOIS
DEPUTY MARSHAL AND SEV
ERAL NONUNION MINERS
REPORTED KILLED
'TXr «crlr-o» -«r» AMU)
nENTON, 111., Nov. 22.—One hun
dred shota were fired Into letter's
Blockade at Z"lgler early this morn-
Ing. Deputy Marshall Powell Is re
ported killed and «li non-union
miners wounded. It la said some of
them have died.
The sheriff ha* gone to Zeigler
with a posse of 7", men. Ten de
aerters from the Zeigler mil ar
rived here today and reported that
•11 the miners are anxious to leave.
AUGUST PETERSON
BADLY INJURED
As t!.» result of a fall from the
roof of bis residence. «' 1823
Twelfth avenue, late yesterday af
ternoon. August Peterson lies la •
aeml-uuconsclous state at tbe He
attle Central hospital, where he
tai taken thta morning. Dr. Ixm
wan railed In and at the time did
not think Peterson hurt very badly.
Peterson *«• engaged In putting
tin gutters along the eaves of bl*
house ai.!. losing hi* balance. Ml
■on>« distance to the. asphalt pave
ment, striking on hi* head. Hl*
condition Is critical. He In the
proprietor of the Snoqnalnile barker
•hop, at -.1 Pike street.
followed |hr cub to the tiruii «tor««
ll* saw th* ilcfi-nilant »«"atr«l In tlir
rsb and « man with In- heatl In hrr
tap and ht* hamln hanging down
II" dltl nut Mt a »i«i"Hi In rlthrr
hand.
On Trill for Murder
NAN I
DEFIES
'EM ALL
TOM LAWION'I LAST INSTALLMENT OF "FRENZIED FINANCE '
HAS STIRREO UP A HORNET'S NEBT—LIBEL SUITS FILED

, ♦ The rh.iri:' «■ of IIIk-I mad* In ■*>'
♦ auit* f!!.■■! • «aln«t Th'i» W. *|
, ♦ Ijiwuon are the rri'ilt* of the •*• ■
♦ *tatrm»nt« >.•■ makra In the ■*>,
♦ Iterenjlwr lr,«t:»llir,«-i.t of"Kren- *•
♦ lied Flnanoe," p<irtlnna of ♦
♦ Which * re [■ jl.!l«l:<.: rxrlnnlTP- •»
♦ ly In jr««t*rd«]r'| Star. Thrtc *
' ♦ itatemrntii are the mont dlrert ■•
♦ and ap*clflr that I^wiion hn« •
♦ yet made and dlipatrhr* today ♦ '
♦■ Indicate that he will be Involr- <t ;
♦ Ed In bfith rlvll and criminal ■*>
♦ Ilt*l aulta by th« wholraale. *■
i ♦ Tbla lr.it.illm<i.t ha* proved to ♦'
4 b« the moiit iwnaatlonal one ■*
♦• I^awaon has yet written. —Ed. ♦
♦ ♦
rtir flcripT* N«w* AM'n I
BOSTON. Nov. 22.—The Post this
rii'.rnln* sayi: "Papers In it unit
for I .0 000 were served yesterday
on Tho« Uwaori Th» suit la
brought In the Interest of New York
parties supposed to )><• acting for
thn Standard Oil Intereiita.
The Mdl Is the result of alleged
dlsrlrwures made by Ijiwron In Mi
cbaptera on »ri7l»i| Klnance."
U*«nn defies them, and wel
fomr/ the suit. He says he will be
able to expose some "unjalled crim
inals" before he gets through.
The last Inntnltment of "fraxtod
Flnanrw" stirred up a rerltaMr hoi
not*' nest In tlnßtnn and oth"r parts
of Massachusetts, ft Is stated that
any number of damage suits wl 1 be
filed against the Author of the ar
ticle, not the least of which will be
one by Mrs. George Towle. widow
of the Iloston lawyer, whom Ijiw
son claims was 11. M Whitney's
purchasing scrnt In the corruption
of the Maxtarhusetta legislature.
The others who are threatening
to bring Kilt aro former members
The Seattle Star
ISATTLE, WASHINGTON. TUESDAY. NOVEMBER 11, >•>••*
ROBBED
(Spatial to Th. Star)
CENTHAI.IA, Nov. XS.~ Th» i»i«t
ott\< at <!,'.» i :.. •• was rnlrrni and
robbed at about I •o'clock y*»trr
day mnrnlni. Thi> burglar* ■ '» off
th* out>-r mfl il<M>r ainl wrmrhed
thr Inni>r ana «l!h . rnmlnr,
About »: ■ and munry and i v■ > •
!•>■:• f.lti' X to •'■ -in .<►'• r |i.'ii' !l I
waf >.. :ir i Tb* 1* gi>v»tnm»nt
fundH .ii> tnlart •<■ far n ran be*
Irartird.
Thert- la no rlu».
of the lagMataraj, turn who are »i! 1
to hare !>••« n Involrrd In the ran
war *'.in<!:il.
!-awm«n rtßilH firm. d»fyln« the
|.<-'i(i;«- who ar«- threatening him anil
hl» frl«>n<l« are «!andlnie by him.
The latter Mate thai In raw the
milt* are filed It I* prnbab'e that
action will I • i.iVrii i,y the • in?. •.-.
lrre«pertl»* of IjjwK..ri"» fritnrU. to
aid him In fixating the raiwa.anouM
h* b« able to mitmtantlat* hi* whole
aaln rh.irßf-a 'if drlhtrr
Ileyond the f»rt that papers hnve
been served on Ijiwson throiiKh the
sheriff* office, and thai Kre-lrrlrk
Tl. Oonflert and Paul Fuller, of Ni»w
York, have tn>rn entered ns plain
tiffs, nothing Is known or the bill
of complaint, which Is returnable
on IWember 1. It Is said Coudert
ami Fuller represent the Ftnndard
Oil and Inourance companies which
U*mn has attacked.
SIX HURT
Fire in Brooklyn Tenement
Threatens Lives of Two-
Score
<!!> rlii>« News Ann)
NKW V. UK. ,V..v K.~Fli per-
MM. Including two firemen, were
Injured In ■ fir- which thin morn-
Ing pnrtly destroyed the tenement
house hi 710 Kulton street, Brook
lyn. Thirty-four occupant! of the
tenement were rescued.
Rigid Steps Will be Taken by the Chief
to Stop This Form of Crime in Seattle
IF BALOONIBTB DO NOT OBCY ORDERS EFFORTS WILL BE
MADE TO KEEP THEM FROM •ETTING THEIR LICINSES
RENEWED WHEN THEY EX PIH«—SALOON BOX ROBBERIES
ON THE INCREASE
"I behave that the proprietor* of ,
the ealoona in which intoaieatad,
men mrm Hired into closed boa** and;
robbed ill their money ahould ba
held responsible for »he losaes tha
victim* *u*tain, and I Intend to sea i
that they are held ao raaponaibl* I
her*aft*r. In fact I ha.c notified
two sal. sts against who** plac**
complaintt of robberies have been,
made to thi* •"' ' already." Thl*
was a st*Wm*nt made by Chief of
Pohc* Otlaney to a Star man this j
afternoon in answer to ■ question
as to what hi* department was do- |
ing to prevent crimes of thi* sort.
"And furthermore," continued th* '
chief, Mif my ord*r* In this respect :
are not complied with to t' c letter ]
I will take step* to see that th* j
license* ef these *»laoni*t< ar* re*
fused them as toon a* their present
or. . eapir* and they ask for renew
al*. Th* matter will al*o be laid j
before the license and revenue com- |
mittee of th* City council and cv '
• r.i'i.ng done that i can da to pr*- \
vent •cc robberies hereafter.
"Of course, some of the report*
of saloon boa robberies prove to be
false upon full investigation, but I j
b«h*v* that man, of thosa made I
recently have bean true, and I can j
assure Th* Star that r<gid step*!
will he taken against the perpe
trator* or those who permit them
to occur in their places if they con
tinue." :
There has been an alarming m |
cunt in Ih* number of reports of
saloon boa robberiea made to the j
palice department of late, and they
came from all sections of th* city j
where saloon* containing in •*• ]
■*t, '■ether curtained or not. It is
almost —possible for tha point la
get sufficient evidence to capture or
convict tho** againtt whom suspi
tun i. directed Chief D*lan*y ha*
been doing everything he can to
• top this growing farm of cum*,
and chafes at his inability to bring!
th* offender, to Justus.
A* soon as Of of these robber
iea ha* bean reported police officer*
re sent to inv*stigata, and invaria
bly they return empty handed. Bar
tendera persistently profesa child
lika ignoranea of any "louche*"
mad* in their place*, and tell fairy
tales of how they do everything
they can te prevent crimes of the
•ori.
LATE TELEGRAPH
I'MOVIPKNCETOW.V. MUM..
Nov. II.— I hr t.nrr- • lluffnlo »o.|
llur.!<-n. whlrh wrnt (drift Kunday
iii».i • w*r» 11. k- I up thin itiorniits
IK mllm ii'irlhrimt oC N«u»l. Th#
ftr»« wrr* MI
LCXIMOTON. Ky.. Nov. J2.-Th«
mob which icathrrni l»«t nl«ht %o
lynch th* thn-«- n«-«r« murilrrrr* at
William Mi>nr» »an dtoprwd «r*<!.
ually ... tilchl. It U (till
frarr.l thr honira o( the i,. an- « (kill
l"- burnr-l.
I'OHTI.ANU. Not. IJ.—Tim rit«t
rontlrtlon In th- natnlilliit r«jw-«
r»m<> this morning, whrn KuKfn*
lllairr w»« fimnd guilty. Th<- court
dlrrrt«-d th«< grand Jury to find aa
Inrtli tnn-nt •■ .*.:. i 11.» • him for |>«rjur}r.
JKKKKHSON CITY. Mo., No*. 22.
—Th» nuprrme rtiurt today afflrmw)
thf drrUlon In thr rmtt> of Hill Rtt
dolph and fii«d lit* rxi-riitlnn for
January 13. lludnlph. with (s«wrg<»
0>»ltln». w»» ronvlrtrd of thp :uur
,i. r of Drtirtlvp ('harlr* SrbumaKer.
woh trarkrd him for Hip roMirry of
thn Union. Mo, bank. Mvprml jrrar»
|m" ■■":'.'■_■;
WILL SOON NAME
A SUCCESSOR
A mp»tln« of the board of ill
rwtoni of the Charity OrKanlzatli>n
wi< i.t> will !■•• ii.1.l In a few day*
to mini a piirrpanor i" former
Onrral Scrrptary 11. Wlrt Hlrcle.
A mrrtlUK wa» held -J'lajr after
noon at nliMi Hi' names nf ceTeral
randldate were dlmtisnrd, but do
definite action wan taken In tbe
matter.
Thn friend* of Mr». Emma Mof
fatt, who tin* been i™i offirlally
r«H]iie«ted to takfi MMla'l plare, an
vxt luKlvi-|y announred In yeiter
day'i Ktar. are circulating on her
behalf a pfltltlon among the busi-
Ban men of th« city and many
names have already been iliii'd to
the petition.
In (pit* of these «'or and the '
wtivtaet vigilant* on the part of pa- >
trasmen |||fMl|f a night passe* but
what MM poor devil i* lure.! into
a saloon boa in umi part of town
or anclt.er and his Bex km)* rifled.
'K. , prospective victim *nt*rt the '
•■lean, hi* a '• • drink* and than I
*and«rs off ar i* led into ■ boa and
; '•a dawn on en* of the benches or
•it* dawn in ■ chair to *l**p off tho
eff.ets of hi* tippling And whils
ha *l*#p* some myrmidon of vica
v»li« Haunt* th* place in search of ,
■ pray clips in and go** through the
dr»j»«y and h*lpl«*« victim* cloth** '
I and gf)i away unnoticed. There in ;
trout, in Seattle mho mak* a bu*l
: **•» of dvnj nothing *l»* but hang f
•ffuiHl **lcon* of shady reputation
•«d r»a man in these clo**d boa as,
And frequently, according to th* pa
'>*■ m, lay In wait for hour*
! •Viliax in order to gat a few
I dallar*. in thi* way.
Ih.-, i* a itrong sentiment at th*
jetty hall la hay* th« boa** removed ,
fram »>•> ••loon in town and ha.a
< the tabl** ••■> out in th* open.
Only l**t Sunday morning Magi*
( Cwbro. an employ* of the Great
\ Northern Railway company, wa*
j robbed of MO by two woman In a
! North Seattle saloon. He rem*m
h«>» being ltd into a curtained bo«
anal after ha awoke hia money was
gSnt.
Peter Stuart went into a baa In
I th* Kentucky »atoon, on the corner
■of Occidental avenue and Ye*l«r
| Way, with tome female companion*.
IHe i,ld th* pel:.-, that they robbed
him of I. The h0... In thl* ea
laan are open, but there are nook*
ana) crtnnit* in th* placa where rob
bane* could occur unnoticed. Thar*
I an understanding between the fe
m*l# loiterer* frequenting many
place, and th* bartender*, and oft
•ntime* th* proprtetora themselves.
Th* girl* work on percentage, and
many time* are paid a regular aal
ary to flcac* their helple** victim*
after plying them with round aft*r
round of drink*, ua>ng their per.ua
•!** feline way* to befog the liquor
soared faculties of th* man they
hava in taw- If he I* a man of fam
ily and well known in this city th*
rape it never reach** th* police. If
ha be a workingman th* police hear
ol It. but it ia hard to run tha en ma
ta aarth.
SAW/ THE
MURDER
WITNESS TO MYSTERIOUS
KILLING OF AUTOMOBILE
CHAUFFEUR FOUND
(Hi Bcrl«>i>« HMM AM'n.)
CHICAGO. No*. !2—John Henna,
• r.i-ini- farmer residing south of
1 toMiiml <■ hl:iif» hr *>• a wllnr»s of
tit* mysterious murder of William
Ha', n. th» rhmiffpur. In the Hilt.HlM'
lit!" lan Krl.lay night. He p.i>* h<>
■iv. ii man In tin- rear vnt Iran
(>»' r Md fii ■• the >'».! Up believe*
ther* wrr» two ineu In the rear
•ML
TYits. together with the utatement
ef Ch»»t<T Newhausp. who heard
■ shot rsi<• i nrion rnlontM later,
two mile* from ll'iin k fur in lead*
ta« police to b«ll«T( that two nun
Air* Tun committed.
netfftlvm h»v»> IrtrcJ th»> m«n
•bm» ■ thi« dodcrlptlon of tin.
, htintrd "I>ovp"' from th« Kci>n<> of
thp murttrr to Jollri. and thrnc«> tn
MnrrlH, whrrr th'- bunt It bring
|ire*<. utrd '■<!■
CONSIDER MOORE S
PLAN
J. A. M.»t. .- prnpoultlon of Iran
\nr. a portion of th<> unlvir'Hy
KrDundi to tin city an a dltr tot a
city ball or of building tin- lntti-i,
at bla own npwM If nt-cPKnnry.
win t» dlacuio" 'i by tin- Qrara
I Jill" linpi o\ run ul rlllli Ttiiif:-'t.iy
night. Th« propuH<><l bond lasui for
cnlarKliiK 'he mnnlrlpal lighting
plant and ronatrni'tlnK a Jail and
city hall will alto be r<>n»iii-—i
♦ ♦
♦ SOME EXCLUSIVE THINGS •
4 IN YESTERDAY'S STAR •
♦ J. A m.•■■"- ■ offer of t'nl- ♦
« v«T»!ty ground* aa 'i'y hall «
• »m. ♦
• Ml* »1..ff..1l i.ffi-n-1 !•..►!• ■•
♦of *••■•■•• i.. I <w-i rftary of Uip *■
•« i h.iiMl ■• ie .nl/, .11. hi HK-I»ly. ♦
♦ TbMMI W. ljumum'* n«"<* •
♦ it.-' •',;•: ■i • of "KimxlfiJ Xl- ♦
♦' immV ♦
4 .-.<-• H-1..1 v IMulliiK" HuuifPi'- ♦
♦ (Inn* for rtrw ImiffoVfinffilii Ht '•*
--■»■ Ihr Itrrmvrton tmvy ynrU. ♦
♦ c li ill.- Kliiim ii I!,', lit no tO •
4- t. . i duwn Writ HratllF limllr, •
Mr. Elttm Morrta fIM a lI.WI
■! in ■!»■•• «ut( agalnut lb* Northern
I'a iJj. railway and <■••■: v Co.
Khw rlitlm» in I..in- lvi n litutly hurt
liy falling latO a kltp on pier 1.
BOY HERO OF PORT ARTHUR
HIOM.AS Zui
This boy, although but 14 years old, baa made for him*. If a
name thai will pndurp In Iliulan hit""' Hi In thp adopted son
of Naval UnL /-■■■;• U, who prrlshol on thp Imttlrahlp I'Ptropar
lotbSi. l (.<■ boy has on ivvpral orraslons maili* lii» way through the
J.i[i.in---- liin-« Uikimi I'ort Arthur and l.lao Yang. carryinK dls
pati li'» in >.i.- orf-aiion in was taken prisoner, nn>l • »•■ .>;••-.! on a
hnrte whlrb !■<• atolt* from his raptors. H- was pursued, and hit
shoulder plirrpd by a imivt but Ik- krpt on Into thp Ituwilan lines,
iin aH'-H ■• r ocraslon hit • nt • r ■<1 t !,•■ I. i|i. ■!,■■.■ lli.rs and got nut attain
aftrr making a carrful and ooapleta map < f Mir ■:.:![> Japaness
(Hisltlon. ■
VOTED
DOWN
ftOCIALISTS GET WORSTED IN EVERY FIGHT THEY MAKE IN
THE AMERICAN FEDERATION OF LABOR CONVENTION
SAN ntAKCIBOO. Not. II Th.-
AmTlran K^irntlon of JjilK)r thin
morning, by a dpclnlvp vole, I lit It-
M-lf on ii ■ <ird M aiMin -t sny n. <-
ur«» liimnK the mllltla. Th' 1
rraolutlon VOtod on rondrnin»^t the
mllltln "as an PDKinf* of '!• ■■•* <> -turn
iikcil l.v raplta'UtH In '!•• Kiibugn
tlon of working rlas**"*."
author I ' thr> S»lkh
I
s ;i|.h.il with arinn
One nix'ftkpr, who opposed thn r»>ii
olutlnn, aald: "Horan«€> th<>r«« Is a
IValxxly. ahull wel «ay tlierp nlmll
be no npfil of .i commonwealth?"
tlonal ill*
FACE
JURY
<Bt Bt-rttip* N#w« Au'n.l
PORTLAND, Not. || HAD
Putpr, Hormoa MrKlnlry Mario
Ware, Minn Emma Watson. Frank
11. Wiilgmnot anil D. W. i ,i|.i.
i il4'fi'ii'!untM In th<> flrßt of tlin whole-
I *alp land fraud r«Hi>«. nil appeared
111 th« fpilrrnl rourt thin monilnß.
rnitr.i States District Attnrnny
Jnhn Hall, opened for tin' pronecu
'tlon.
Jihlki" O'Piiy np!li'<! for thp Ar
fondnnlß. Tin- first <-i»inil . urn 'I
■vat tho latroductloa of allege
The Only Paper in Seattle
That Dares to Print the News
VOI. 8 N<>
TURKE VS
SCA RCE
IUT THERE ARE PLENTY OF OTHER EATABLEB IN THE MAR
KET TO SATISFY ALL THAN KSOIVING APPETITES
The turkey rrop I* short. The
fiKiin- eoyota has I■■ n playing
havoc over In lh<" turkt-y <!i>•>>•>■
of Western WuntllDKtOn. Mt.'l mf.,l
IhliiK hu« gOM wrong with the
(•ttiitrrii tiirk<*y farnifr, fur hl« crop
MSBtoM of th<' inciting

mittee rerommi
tli<! |mrt of I ■
un'ii'iiiiK tii.-it worki
DOAli ■OH 111 • • that
■ •iitlnit a k on
capital.
During the discussions a bitter
attack t|l made on President
Oottperi and John Mitchell. After
a debate that fur n time was almost
venomotm. the convention adopted
tho committee's report and expreßS
ed its confidence In the two groat
labor leaders.
. I :iffll.i\ Us. Wkick the court

la nioinitiit that the d>-
»ill probably rely maJnly oa
entaldiHhlnK the ntntuti 1 af limita
tions The Jury »a. . d last
ni«ht.
THEY ARE BUSY
The city street aud water depart-
ments were krpt busy today repair
ing diimnge caused by the heavy
rain* of tin- past frw dajra. The
water department wna obliged to re
pair four different mains broken by
n!ldes or aettlliiK of the ground. Th«
utri-et departmont Etm wore kept
busy rellpvltiK pluicKod lewrn and
inanholrn. A i onci••!■ bulkhead nt
I'lchtli nvrmi' and Yrslrr way was
iindormlnul, muring svveral hiiu-
Mr«;l ilollnra of daniofe.
Mf ) NT H
baa failed and the MMI carload* of
iii •■. plump* bird* have not been
coming ow th« mountains this
»■ ar It ha» !><•<■ n tip to Oregon and
V. • rti-iti U ;.; f.ltiClon to tarsi ti the
Tlntrikxplvlng dinner for Seattle,
ami while both li;ivi- responed aa
i.i.t lv uh they rould. the. town la still
ahy on turkeya, tin- result being
thdt v.•■ price (if turkey meat has
soared until It has re a/ bed 25 centa
p<-r pound.
Cblekena, therefore, will be mor»
popular than the gobble-bird this
year, ami maay an oven In Shuttle
will have the smaller and l<-«« aris
tocratic bird for a tenant on
Thanksgiving day. Chickens are to
!*• hrni at from 16 to 18 cenU per
pound, and there are plenty of
them. After all. when stuffed with
•avory Tok«'-polnta or Rood old
r.i ■'.!!.!■ i ■! an ge-d reusing. It Is much
the same, and the substitute will
hurtle just H appreciatively down
the •■)■■: gullet of ■ho small boy
as would H.i- real thine.
Otbtr Thanksgiving goodies are
running about aa usual The plum
pudding. If anything, will be more
plentiful, i California haa done
herself proud on the prune and
raUln crop thin year, and choice
prune*, plums and raisins are cheap
er than lust year.
The town is full of pumpkins,
The mischievous Hallowe'en urchin
used up all the bad ones for Jack
o-lanterna. and there are only Rood
ones left, but there are plenty of
them, all of local rrop. and no fam
ily n«*d be without the wherewith
al to bake a good supply of pump
kin 1 '!• a
Mil.. trial la to be had for 20
. rent* per pound from the man of
thr 67-vttriVty pickle, through his
local scent*, and the aldedlsh of
cauliflower Is easily available at
from 15 to CO rents per head. There
an plenty of apples In town —good,
sound, red-checked ones—and they
arc on the mnrket for from 11 to 12
per box. The naval oranccs are
bfitlnnlnK to come In plentifully
from California and are se'llng at
40 n !,t« and upward.
For th"*< who do not rare to risk
the Intricacies of the cook book, and
for the relief of lie June bride* who
have not yrt encountered the elab
orate exigencies of the home-manu
factured plum pudding, there re
mains the canned article, ready for
steaming. In sizes varying from 25
■ •«■:•,!* to {2, and some of the local
dealers are carrying a home-made
artlrle that can be easily palmed
off on fond and Indulgent hnsbanda
as the Inre-labor of an enterprising "
housewife.
The stuffing question Is being
solved, the dealers say, by the Toke
polnt oyster, which, IOC really the
eastern oyster transplanted, retalna
the delicacy of taste for which the
eastern oyster I* noted and at the
same time 1« to be had from local
beds without long shipment on Ice.
Tho dealer* report a big rush on
Toke-polntK. but the supply Is ade
quate nnd there will be no scarcity
Of the local-grown easterner*.
Cranberries »re on hand In plen
tiful quantities and ready for their
Kldellne of business at the usual
rate of from 10 to 124 cents per
? quart.
AH In all. barring the high price
!of the turkey. Seattle hu Ita
! Thanksgiving dinner well In band,
j ami the. accommodating chicken,
| augmented In not a few Instances
1 by a bnot or two of wild duck
brought down by local nlmrods. will
tide this difficulty over. The chick
en, however, has not been ao accom
modating In another particular, a*
th<> hens have recently taken a lay
off nnd refund to deliver the goods
. for the luscious pumpkin pie at leas
than f>s cents pOT '. 7,en.
Housewives will be Vnocklnn
down on the prescribed number of
cKpa to the pie laid down In the
cookbook, and substituting a goodly
allowance of butter and cream In
stead, the creamery products,
thanks to the kind-faced cow, being
m both reasonable and of aicellent
quality nt this season.
The delicatessen shops are dolnß
a big business and the hall-bedroom
tenant stands a show as well aa the
affluent flat-owner or the aristo
cratic hill resident. It will be all
one In thi> general Te Deutn, even
If the turkey crop Is short, and no
man. nor woman, nor child need go
, hungry, for the charitable Inatltu
linn* iinve seen to It that bountiful
spreads will be provided all com
. •"•
l.uMi • Nov. *2.—Th« entlr«
ennst of Kngland Is h.'lnn i»f|i| by
■ rale tuduv. Many wr*cka have no.
, rtirr^d. A Norwegian *eho<N)*f went
'ashore north "f Berwick and four of
th« ,"r«>« wara .Irnwn*''

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