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FOR CHRISTMAS MUSIC STANDS , $1.00, $1.25, 52.25, ' $2.50 ACCORDIONS $3.00 and Up BUN A6OUBIBBS i 31.-* ood If BflßCilOs.iC.lS SfSe. ..., 50c and 89 SSERHAn, CLAY & CO. tit Becond Aye t-teatil* | *ii a, .ii EACH MADE GOOD MONEY ■ IN francisco, i*al.. Dec. 11. - Hi ut and Nelsmn are naive the worse thl* morning far last itlsbl'* battle. Urltl ihow• a slight cut on the fore head audi Nelson hai a cut over bit left eye and a nvoilrn left ear, N. I- ti eiltt fearls lhat the ref eree's dea_is.cn was wrong. Th* receipt*, lv round numbers, wer* 113.0*9, uf which the ftghtrt* get IS per cent. Drill's share Is 11> i.t 1 and Nrinti'l I :..*'-'.<. i^A^y*ii—lt__—s^i*e______!i'* __Pn Lt_-s-4iJil_L____KreiwHl. '•: [fi-_'T l fa»yniii| T ' l ..i|i | .' l i| 1 "~ •~"^-*^^s_B___________a ,ii Bl'i a. Vie an . Open Evenings YOC WIIJ. FIND UtSltß t'BE FUL AND ACCEPTAUU. GIFTS FOR XMAS 1 TRICES CCAnANTEED THE l_/JWE_*T I.N THE CITY. Eboaold Toilrt Sett- Slag Toilet Seta Int.. Stands. Writing Seta Photograph Albums. Kodak Albums. Barm I-tath-T Novelties. Leather Paraaß ml Bags. Fancy Stocks and Collars. Silk Opera Bag*. Os'ri.h Feather Boea. Ostrich Feather Plumea Neck Furs—all styles. Fnr Coats. ' Rata Coats. Tourist Coats, Tailor-made Salts Crepe de Chine Costume* Far. Volte l)re»a Sklrta Walking Skirts. Silk Petticoats, Dlack snd Colors. WESTBERG _ . CHILDS CLOAKS, BCIT3 AND MILLIN ERY—CASH OH CKEDIT. i ii. SECOND AYE. Open Evenings. Step In and get oris of our 1903 Calendars—free for tbe stkicg. "keep in Mind" CLINE'S PIANO HOUSE PIANOS PIANOS PIANOS PIANOS PIANOS EAST PAYMENTS, WITH OUT INTEREST. CLINE'S PIANO HOUSE SECOND AND UNION ... Hem Quality Ston. All Battll* Full M.I sure. WINES AND LIQUORS FOR CHRISTMAS ONE SET WINK CLASSES FREE With ptirchasea of $__-**- or over. Don't forget to buy jronr <_hrl*t , mas Vi'tn-t* from L-ivlnton's, where you get reliable goods at prices within reach of "Bvery bodf, Phones-Main <.H; Ind.. Gil. FMS Delivery Everywhere. tmm ma^paammmmmr Wholes*!* Store Catering to Family Trade, IgOB SECOND AVENUE, FRESHMEN BECOME PRISONERS OF SOPHS LOWER CLASS MEN ATTEMPT TO HANG JOKE POSTERS AT UNIVERSITY ANO ARE LOCKED UP UNTIL EARLY THIS MORNING UNIVERSITY STATION. Doc. 21—The. Oash-BSD .it ths null ci ally af. mi I'd to put Hi Pome poster* In ' night a* a JQ_S nn the aophoroorsa, but the *iH*nnii-yci_r tnrn found it out. A* ihe rrault, several freshmen wer e ited out and left until I neltirk this inurntng a* prlsnnrrs. Il*d the poStara remained up until this morning, tl would havu beSa a victory fur lh« fir.lile., but now the soph* claim the honor*. The following I* Hi punter; 4 LETTER TO SANTA CLAUS FROM THE SOI'IIS. I Him- Santa: We. Ihe rtipfci-auuir.*, rctTigUltlag ihn men*nr equipment with which Mature tin* provided u» in regard ta Hralna, Ability, etc, and Ihiia-sh we i. ,»h. •< our fraiertty Is making such a request. vat at tht*-*.! id isuss <.< the year, etc.. we feel that you can not refuse to ,illll the wlahra we have cßuuieratrd bi'SotV. The favor* with which we hope to eke out our Feeble Resuurce*. and which mat help to piece _s on a plane of Equality "*'"< Ihat Musi Superior Class, THR t!l_AiW OF 08, sre; Nerve- We l<we ours when in ths presence ot '08, aad even that Attempted Substitute, 'lull, fails us. A Cane—We never have won one, A Uimk of Etiquette--With Spet-isl code In reference to be havior at assembly. Original Yells —Those we have, while thry are Ihe bent mir fmtbUi Intellects could devl—a, yet verily they ire somewhat Ancient and Pithllkt*. Some Tin Horn*—Our clasi li compoted of them, but a. tbey are Always lirnkn. It ll Impossible fur the fill I . tv blow lb' <■■<■ A Book of Kvottttlon—Although our general appearance trad* us to believe tn the Darwinian theory, yet from our be havior many deduce that it li not from Apee, bul from that other bird, th* l_ot*ster, we lime HÄ« -.. , n ' •! And now. Dear Santa above all. do not tnrgrt our tttual sup ply of Goat Milk, or we alii l"«i» those Hutting in ProcllvlUea which make its to Conspicuous In aeaeaibty. And so to our lieili, I Ilea .ur aged and Sore, We go to dream Of fresh mra sure; Plea — do not wake ua a* wis never win. Except in the Pipe sun ws am always In. Yours la Trembling Hope, NAUGHTY-SEVEN. Levy Makes Strong Plea for His Client ■■■■■ - . . ....... ATTORNEY, IN SUMMING UP N AN PATTERSON'S CASE. CLAIMS THAT YOUNG'S FRIEND BOUGHT REVOLVER WIT MaVMICH YOUNG WAS KILLED * (lii Sertefae N.we A.. n> NEW YORK. Dee, 11-Whrtl court opened ' ,M. raser-liis Nan I*Btter*on apperared to be in fine spirits. She rm_ver»ed in a lively manner with her father, whetrn »be kissed on entering. riuast-Utat Rand withdrew the motion to strike out certain part* of ber testimony which he made yes terday, the d.fence declining to con cur. Attorney Cngw made the usual motion to dismiss tha defend ant en the «-■-..; i. of tion-peeof. which wa* daanlawl. Counsel Levy then -—mined up the case for tbe defense In a long, ea haustlve speed-. laevy pointed out th* weakness of the prose-rutlon's rase. He spoks of th* confllctlna teitltT-cariy «f the cab man and the bssy who lumped on th* cab *trp, -Either Young killed htmis-df or wa* killed by the defendant You mutt either acquit IM* girt or give her full punUhment under the law," •aid the atUsrney. Levy spoke of the life of the de fendant, of her tcartet sins, and dramatically dec tared: "Were ihe the vilest strumpet of th* street and LEAK LED TO CONGRESSMEN UnunLoomLn PORTLAND. Oec. 51.—Mnre •en national evidenre In the land fraud least, was Introdured at loday's »ee i«lon of tb* grand Jury, but owing ito the strict watch of government [officers tml little can ha learned of (the detail* of Ih* tMtimonr given. EatMordlnSry precaution* ar" '"*" big taken by the government to guard tbe *«■«*!» of th* federal grand Jury roc-tn. Powerful inter est* and men high In office are deep ly concerned in frustrating th* pros ecution of Ihe fraud*. Tli* neceaally of these unusual precaution* bseatnS apparent when th* confeeaJon* of I liter and Emma Walnon leaked out last week. The new* ot thl* was Instantly wired to Senator Mitchell and Con gresam-in llertruinn. In Waihlngton. wllh the leattlt that the terrific pres -ure of buainee* In Washington which they had theretofore pleaded a „ a resecm for their not appearing before the grand Jury, suddenly let Both Hermann «nd Mitchell are now not only nbl* to find lime to rome, but are olio e.lremely anxloii* to be on (he seen*. In Ihe tneiin tlme UW whole nation will be left to mourn and leglelatUst will be so clogged through lack of the guiding mind, of theie two Immense Eteße-tS that 111. probable national affairs will become tneatrtc.bty en '"Thi* 1* the cm'r conclusion that rould possibly be arrived at. after n £ZoTot the n...s.ge. receive' from these two .oion. when A**i*t ent L-nHed States Attorney tlene.«l Ileney first wanttd them to appear In the case. As 1* iiiusl. the Hermann-Mitchell organ, conducted by one IL W*. Hcotl, I* devoting It* column* lod!* --patrh*., either eedored or faked, in which the gray-Jowled editor seek*. with true OrSgOtt pollttCSl inaneiiv ertng, to undermine Hecreinry Hit. h coek. with a view to Seising hi* cabinet po*itlon and at Ihn same tim* protecting hi* henchmen. ». H, Ormeby. the former superin tendent ©I forest reserve*, who I* openly B-S-SBd by Hiney In thd-ial trial of being one of the conspira tor*, sppeired be.or* the grand Jury lal* yesterday sflprn.mn, ln re aponae to a aubpoms Issued several day* aso. WASHINGTON, Dec. 21.—Tho ! press dltpat.h from fortlarid pub lished hers. Msllng that Senator Mitchell and Congrctirotn UlngiT and llerinan will not bo permitted lo appear before- th* grand Jury, ha* created much comment among Mitchell's rotloagus*. It is asserted by tho senators taht no case I* on record where persons desiring '.' ap pear before a grand Jury are deals" tbat prlvH***-feJjf her .-t-ii a* black i. the gate* of hell, *he is entitled to ac Si|uare an I fair .1 trial *• the sweetest and purest woman of th* lend." The defendant's counsel told of the life of Csraar Young and hi* complra disposition. ll* said Young was a man who would naturally love two women. Ha had greet sym pathy for lbs widow in her bereave meet, but tb. verdict of the Jury, whatever it might be, could not bring Bar busbsnd I—_-k l_evy detclared there waa nu evi dence brought out to -how lhat Young had tried lo get rid tit a. defendant _ '4 l.evy < aimed a leßiattoß hy de claring that Lure purchased the re volver with ebUa Young was kill ed. "He swore ber* that b* had been In Stein's pawnshop, but not oa June S," said tasy. ''Why was be there? Luce a* he las* man who •aw Young that morn lag perhaps he ■ay have giver It to hitn that ' he might carry a mean* Of protec tion white aboard ship.'* Whoa la«vy closed reccwi wa* taken. . Senator Mitchell, when leaving l here, slated that th* case of Con ' gressman Moody wa* a precedent : which iodic-led that he would be heard by the grand Jury lo rsfut* ' tha charges ag_lnst him, STILL HOPE TO DISCOVER ' VALUABLES CLEVELAND, Ohio. Dec. 51.— I Mr* Mary leeondervllle, for twelve j year* hottaakeepef for Ilr. Chadwick, wa* a witness In Ihe Chadwick bankruptcy hearing before Referee Remington today, She told of tak ing Ihe myilrrloui portmanteau, • uppoied lo contain securities, to a I conference of lawyer* at tbe Itot- Iland house, tfh* *nid It wa* tamed j over to a man Banted Pine, who I* a jrelatlve of th* Chadwli ka An ef. fort will be made to ircure pine for a witness. Home for Christma* Nn more comfortable, scenic nr quicker mute to e«*tern point* Ihun th* Ureal Northern Ry. aaa 1 fIATsiNS M ■ Cluiteri for thn (able, Em (j very fine, reg. 25c, JOB now 20e, or 2 forSSe ma M I-rmdon L-iyer Raisin*. IS B for lahle. Reg 130 i'J g Hweet Cider, estril fine L__t 1 Choice lot llnldwin A|i- Eg 1 |de*. |«»r box 75e Pac N Cracker*, fresh and l_f % crliip, 3 111 pkg...-*t*"» IW _»._ * __•* tg Baotrdrops Ifta HO Eat, 'Iriitiiiiii, 2 pkgi.,,2s* t.a rl'yi.iiiti.il, 2 pkg*...2se tut ...... .....'. ........ THE SEATTLE WEDNESDAY DEC. at, 1904. TWO IDENTIFICATIONS Although the bii'ty uf Hie Hunter hnltl at Iliiiiiiey-Watann'a morgue ba* been Identified us Hial uf Rnri I'tsiiiii- a eiiini merchant*ef ihl* rlty, friend* uf Joe lulu*. 11 milter •tnpieysd «t the Lim-uin hotel, called at tilt Hint aim till* ii ...i Itlllg Hnd, ait. i • t i.i nii; the body, |niattiv«ly Identified It aa far a* I .il.le a* 11..' uf their friend, India hasrlieen 1111eai11*r .luce tli'i-riiiber I nnd SeiC I that date luitliiiig In. been heard from lilm. lAt Ballard I Fire broke out In Ibe wirebuu** ef Hi brum „ ilurdun about II o'clock last night. The |v*» will lie nihil a . covered by |_._, It la IhiiuglifMi?* tub* fir* chief thst crO**td wire* were III* cause. The quirk response of th.. Qra ■!• fm in.. Nt i lii.i.t. i « ■erluii* fire. City Attorney J. W. Whitman turned In i,I. report ..f the two year* be I. n been 111 office. The re|*_.t -•■■.tt, tbat Judgments amounting la 1 •'■■' have been ■•cured agalnit the city, Hlsty •!•• ins of this wa* de cided hefiiie he could get the . see st i i i_>it. in- 1 ..ui Mr. Whitman will .i- num. Hie Office "f * deputy In the prosecuting attorney's office, I»r. C, ft. Emery and wife buy* left fur east of the mountain*, where they will spend Christmas. Thry will return about January I- The finance conuulttee repiirled to Ihe council tail night iii*' there were 100 many men working In the •trret drpartmrnt. The force will be cut down lo five men b«»lile« lh« cummlieloner. Tb* rlty allow* tb* •tract department M.uOO per year for ti-l|i Ibe pay rolls of late have been It.SO* per month. The mayor h»» asked all the head! of the different department* to «*nd In Ihelr reports •• to the loots and Ihlugi they h»v* left. Th* city ha* a list of the thing* lb*l were In Ihe different departiie-qt* wlteti they look them up two yews •go. Tlii-m will be compared *nd th* lo** will be turned 111, thai H mtf be figured In tbe e*peti*e. Sir. Hypher, s prominent bUBIBSBa nuui of llallsrd. lent In a request in Ihe council last Might for en are light nn the corner of Ballard ave nue and Third itreel. Thl* was re ferred !• lb* fire and water com mittee. The 23 per cent reearve nn Ihe ttftaa eireet improvement ws* brought before the muncll lul night fas dlsev-sslon. It was finally decided to have It retee«ed The count *l last night considered ihe bt—_ for »h* water pipe* Bee* eral Urge companies from KeatH* and Hsn mairtseo have sen! In ihelr hide They have Immoi referred ta the roiriniitt*a a* a whole. Horn-To Mr. md Mr» H«rrr I.eisi. Jr. December it. an l-puvmd daugbler. . __ CONGRESS • WASHINGTON, Dec. Jl.-vTks bouse rath to reach sn sgrr*B«»Bt regsrdlsf tbe •ie of Ibe pen>!ua building fisr th* Insugersl bail The house adjourned until J* - •*•'' 4. The senate adjourned for the Christmas holiday* today, afters «- ! tti-niils session t'a _. st,— COL. SLISKLY IS OS TRIAL *■*»_ 3. B. Blinker an I Harry Crow buret *re basing tried In Superior Judge Tallmant court today oa tbe charge of selling liquor at the Mas I hattaa Boet rlub. at West if-tltle. j without a Iterate Th* men wot* j ronvtcte.l of tha charge in the Joe- ' Uc* court and fiord f 10*) each and mart*. The f»ct that th* men sold the IB loslcatlrg liquors lo the members of the eluh for tickets, instead of I money, |i bellis brought out by the defense, but Hie rontentien li the state I* that aa the ticketi were wild as the equlvet.nt of liquor •ie re- | mit was the 1111.11 I REVIVAL Mt-.BTir-.GB Rev, Clyde It. Elcy. of leo* An grtrs, son of C. R. Eley. a Chicago editor, will hold a 10-dayi' revival meeting st the First Free Mnlhodisl church, corner Vine street and Ter ry avenue, commencing Chri*tm*s evening, l***e*raber 25. Hervices will be held nightly, beginning at 7: IS o'rlock. Rev. Eley i. a young man. strong spiritually and clear headed. Ha never falls to bold snd enlighten hia hearer* by hi* clear preaenta tloa of Illtite theme*. ll* has been holding evangellitlc meeting! throughout th* east snd middle i west, where he im met with a good degree .•' Hi-eeii*. DE -IRK PRESENTS " The Italian •I«t»re. who condurt the Mount Cintiel mliwlon. lit Twelft avenue ■oufh. will be its.l to receive any donations fer Chrt*t m,.* In the line of clothing and toy* for th* *« or 40 little children who live in the mission. RAN V-RANCIs-rO. Dec""l*7.— Will lam Alvnrd, president of the Hank of California, on* of the bait known financiers on the I'arlflc enatit, died this morning of a complication of diseases. At tb-Tmeeiing of the Retail Oro cers' association last night th.. members voted unanimously to oh-j serve nrtt Monday a* n Icgul holi day In order that their rlnrk* might have ihelr iiinal holiday, — ■ • CAPTURE RIG GUNS • f Mil LONDON, Deo. fl.—Huron HaSm •hl reports that the Japanese th"-*.^ tured with the Klkwan fort, liei••*„-*, ber It, four quirk-firing gun*. nv field guns, a number of rlflr-» aiiJ'ft quantity of •hells, ammunition tind grenades. ToKIO, Dec. 21.—Adtnlrsi Togo. after making personal observations, baa wired the navy department that It I* bt* opinion that the .- -i.- ; ,-i I* dltabled. (*nmm»n*»r Yes", who wn* killed while torpedoing the .Sevastopol, he* ; been promoted and given other post humous honors. Plain or F»ncy—Silk Sl Lleep • llniidkeri bier* for tvwn. ISr In tl."', each, at J***. N, Brook* % Co.'a. 111 l hnd Aye, ___ •*>•/ If You Iwlewd To go east for the holidays, » (Jeket i via the Great Northern Is a nunr ' autre pf splendid service, up-le daj* equipment and courteous at- Tritllon en route. WAR IS NOW ON DISMISSAL OF THE GAMBLING CASES CAUSES CITY mil CERB TO PROTEST There I* every splienraiicn of s raw on Ihe hiirlion between tin .I'luaccutliig ittlurnry'S office, hrad 'ed by fi ii.,!-- ut inir AHurney Bruit, and Hie municipal department, beaded by Mayor Ilalllnger, the i lilef rsm-titlve. The came of the trouble ii ihn dismissal el tka lv v -ci ii Hon of a caber nf g«te lilers arretted line- time lt*-> for iu.iiiii:iiiiiiig nnd ii.iulii' una * a—•• el> In* resort. Bcott'a poidtlo— la "that he ha* not sufficient evad-aßea to convict Iheee gmnW-Bers. and ewe- 1 sequently the piilic.t are hwrrlfted. yet ln the fain of title gambling I* flourishing la an mi rasnrls in (he rlty today, and only a abort time ago several games were run openly for two week* without _»*> l.-at.itiuii Mayor balttnger makes the statement that he Intends to see th* enforcement of the felony law. regard less of tha poaitiun taken by Prosecuting Attorney Scott. The ratise of the disruption I* the ''I em Is— of the rases again-' the Washington block gimblers. Yes teniay tbe prosecuting attorney canned the easet* to he dismissed anil Ihe money taken from tb* men at lh* time wis returned to theli attorney. Till* art waa taken by I •"•■ ..tt baeatise there waa not suffi cient evidence to warrant a convic tion, A* the arreal wa* mads by th* police, the ills.i,!-- ta the rause of hard feeling* on Ihe part of Ihe rlly officers- The mayor and chief of police are both heated up over tbe affair, __^ PAULSON TO BE HEARD Hnpertor Judge Tallman bar cited A, B. Paulson, a Juror who rseenlly etpre***d anarchistic view* while deliberating Upon a verdict In » criminal rase, to spiiear before him on December 27 and show cattee why he ihould not be puntihed for contempt of court. Th* action 1* mado on the ahowtng roads by At torney J, Alim and tome men wbo •arved on the Jury with Paulson Paulson !• alleged to bass an nounced la the Jury room that be had no respect for law or lh* court* aad that the constitution of tbe tt.i'.c.'. Rt ales was drafted solely for the purpose of allowing lawyer* and Judges to rob the common people. lis refused lo acquit Stewart Mat -tn of robbery, although the other 11 men were agreed a* In hli In no em •. saying that he belttvrd blm lo be a rrlmloal limply bea-aui* h* had been a bank clerk at one lime and waa an ralu.it.-d wan. It was ala,. represented to 'he court that Paulson had perjured himself a* 1" hla qualification! to serve as s Juror. Its swore "it be did not know the prasts-H-ttiftng witness In thr case, wton a. a matter of tart, be did. lis I* a'-.. charged with hav ing iiiv.ue.ed the rase when It was oa trial against the orders of the .-o nt Paulson claim* that he will explain bis aland In the matter In ■ oiirt and that he has a good de fense in tb* eontriapl proceedings. MINSTREL TRY OUT The end men for the high school minstrel ihow. which I* to bat given by the > ideals 'luring the nest month, were self -| tbt* morning for the try out. It was a close de cision, ss some of the finest talent ever In the school ha* developed ai th* reeult of th* desire 4 the itu denti to do their best for the sue . sea of the coming event. F. ('••tt W. (lalbnlth, II Kline. J. C. Tyler, It. Young, J. Cboen, I. Wbltlngton, 1-. Becker and F. Hray man were tselected ta take part in the trim;! Mars than twice as many men ar* trying for positions a* ar< needed and thl* ahowa the great amount of lnt*re*t being taken ln the show. The principles, a* well aa tbe chorus, are being regularly drilled by competent ln*trurtors, so that everything will be In stupe il least two weeki before th* per form... "Have tIM date, Febru ary I. B's going In be fine.'' la th* war cry of the students HIGH SCHOOL NOTtS Thn Installing of the Individual lockers st tie high school Is about mm pie ted. The new system was I d0;,1.-I primarily because of their treat convenience to the student* the lockers are miniature wire ■ages, about four feet high. In which in overcoat can b« hung, with a rack above for* the hat They were placed In ths balls, as thn cloak room* aru needed for recitation room*. The Junior Ilebatlng club met In i room !08 list night tn debate on the question, "Should Eight Hour* Con 'tttute a Day's l-«bor." • .'iflellt' md Fenton upheld the affirmative, tlehrrn* and Jone* on the negative, | the dcrtslnn wa* rendered In favor if the affirmative, GETS JO TEARS Hlv BcrtDt— *«• v_a n I WALIaAOE. Idaho. Dec. ll.—Joe -ph Bland, charged wllh the murder if Emma Aubrey, was found guilty if mnnilaughter yeaterday mat »en ;cnred to HI years' Imprisonment II the penitentiary. CONFESSES GUILT WALLACE. Idaho, Dee, _L—Will iam Lewi*. 1 li.iv-".! with robbing n valtion here. Mini* months ago. and nil" hi* Ni.nitlv maintained hi* ln aorriico ever Blnce. confessed hla guilt yentrrd.iy and told of the en-' lire affair. James Fry. sal', to bo nn accom plice, utill cay* he I* not guilty. OOIBE, Idaho. Dec. 21.—Former United i-t.ii'i r. 11.iiui George L ribnup died this morning at the age uf KH year* nfter a HagavrliiQ lllne**. Me was Ihe l*at territorial guvernor Utd wi* the fits'- governor eleetr.l after thn BtatS was ftilinltted. He was elected lo Ihe Senate In IK9O »Bd nerved two ternm. SHR-WSaUW'^^iiar"" 1 ill- SrAh 6 j jfTaS WA«!CVRIN3 DUC Moil mb-liiiiii ii i. .i ii 8..1 _ .V: AMES GRAFT IS , NOW CLOSED : INCIDENT c Hit Bcrtpii* N*w» »■• it I MINNEAPOLIS. Dec 11.—rnrd Allies, former chief of police, re ceived full pardon and left the p. n lleiillury today, This umiluiled lie- Atne* ariifl ■rendals. all the Indict ment* against Mayor Antes having been noil* prusswd. FIRED _* Bi i »el» New* Jai'ti) WAHJtllNimiK. Da-. 11. -Peat nwe.ee liaa.ael Wytisie today «lle rttlaaed Ke_t..i f"*rrl*-r» H. If. N-rvln. ut l*e.lb-ud, CM—. —nd J. W, White bead, af Medina, f ihlo, for pern l<-lows srUvlly In tae lata rampalgn. SIMKIII RY Conn, Dec. tl.-The memorial chapel creeled at the Westminster school by Bcrretary Hay in msMwory of his bob, Ariel ttrrt, a Yale student, killed In 1901. was burned at boob Nothing but Hie brick wall* remain. THE MARKETS V.s.t.bl.a Beans, dry. per -'. 11260176: Lima i.-.i .. 14.760100; bret*. per n.k. 7»i-Vll at. cabbage. lui'v. i .in ii flue •'. per dos, 75c tit 1.00; girlie, new, Ie; onions, yellow, per Ib, 2V_e; parsley, per doi, mo:. peppera, California, 1100 0125, iplnsch, |*r rrat*. 11.00; turnips, a*. - 7Scf_.fl 00: lutgaa |>*r lack. 75e; lettuce, hothouse, Jl .'. «l I i,i. loinatoei, |t.00_1.60; celery, per dot, 2. il' carrots, per sack, 50061 c; eg plant, per lb, 4c; v-ikin ,i pots lose, 123*121; c«i lt.-ri-lv I u'.il..-a. 117-0011B#l While ftlver potatoes, lit CO, iiveet 1-." ..'■-. In sack*, II 50..175; |*r snips, 11.000135; wsteii'ress, dot bunches, 25c; cucumbers, .". jll ... radishes, per doi. 10c; pumpkins, per lb, Ir; squash, per Ib, le, • Ill chuk.s, i'l dvs. 76c. Fruit*. t'e'.iii mons, II .8 bananai. per bunch, 13 5*08: dates, per Ib, -SOL riga, H-tb brick*. 1175; rigs, !0-!b rai toons. *" _ 75e; grape fruit, per boa, 1100, lemons, choice md finey. 12 6*03 00; orange*, seedling, 11.500 1,76. navel oranges, 12 2503 60: oranges. Valen.-la 13 50 431; oranges, Jap. per bale, 11.260 11 35; !•„!• 11 00, apples. ■" in... 10075 c; sppleo, fency, 76c0t1.25; eraiibenle*. 1101060, huckleber ries, per Ib, tc; quinces, per bos, 11,50, pomegranate*, half aii|e eaiaee, 1275; plnespplea. per doe., 130 3 60; sltssbßtilss, .ar crate, 12. Butter and Chios*. Oregon i.-heesa. llHe; stern, 14c;- Washington cheese, tic; cre*m brick thereat, lie; butter, nstlve ,I'ii.i 'ti, SOe; eastern. In tubs, 14c; H'b.'i cooking. He. Eff*. Strictly fre»b fsn.ll, 250 21c; east ern, 31011 c Poultry. It-uek*. dressed, 17011 c; geeee. dressed, lt#t*c; rhlcbens. drssssd, 16 0 ITc, turkey*, fancy 10, i dressad. 720 34c Honey. California etralned. per lb. Ie; California •ag*. per lb, 14c; bon.y. I outran, per Ib, 7atS- Oregon ! arei..- cream. IS-ca*e lota. 13,11; | honey, Yskims. 124e; fltfornla white. *(-lb. 1...M, 12.19; Olympla, buses, 12 (f 1.21. Sugar. '.*■.; l—i C. in tniM 15:61: estra C, In seeks, IK powdered, la "Bar rel*. I* 40; dry granulated. In aa. ka ] tilt; rube. In barrele. 11.61; beet sugar. |t«5; maple sugar. 1... Lars* i.c If |ald within 16 days. Meats. Cows, beef, Sr; lieers. I%ei mill- I '.on. *Ho?c. pork. li.i>: iamb, Ie; .!,.'.•■•! Veal, -i: ail. ».*•. Hams. Bacon and Lard. Hams. I*ol3 c; bacon, breakfa*!, 13*« Oil's.; lard. Whits Star, tierce, fajr; lard. White Iloive. IV. lard, IV lid Ruse. IHC. Nuts. Ur.. par ib, 11014 c; muta per .1 .r.ti. --'if. ' h'.tti its. Italian, it He; ■ h.B'iiit. Ohio, per lb . lie. fheeinuta California, 15c; walnuts. Bngttsh. lie; I -.«n«, lie 14--. fil berts, lie, black walnuts. Be; hick ory nuts, 7c; butternuts. »c; pea nuts. 1010 c; 'umbo*. 17c; Al mond*. 1.',-_ IT.. California w*l •>-.'... 12tu lie. Fiih, Oyitin. Etc. "goto*, tc; hlark rod. Sc; ling cod. sc; cubs, t1i.1.76: clams, open shipment. 11.00; claim*, per *ack. 11.71; it -:• ia. Olympla. per souk. 1550; open bulk. per gallon, 12 60; salmon, 7_«c: «*lmon trout, lie; .kit.t,«! perch. Ie; shrimp*. 1010 c; flounder*, le; herring, 3r; lobater*, l'Hc; Smoking Jackets ~^s^j — and — ijt Bath Robes /->/ AP/ A Positive Closing Out of Every jiafifr* '-/ One in Stock This Weeknone will x.?^s«-l m be carried beyond Saturday. The I, / vljy largest assortment and the choicest I/ / f/P selections in Seattle. /If I $5 Smoking Jackets CO Cf. ///, f for . . 4>OaOU // ,i\ AW JAM Smoking Jacket*, f0r......... . .7T!7T7.54-.. ; I If.'///' i -Ml |S.W Smoking Jackets for ..a aa • 83.85 J illW \ ' vff 110.00 Smoking Jackets for $7.Q0 -IJ \ UV'W |l».S0 Smoking Jackets for 18.73 (J VtS&\-^ 115.00 Smoking Jackets for , , «»o*mJ mm m All Bath Robes Reduced in Same Proportion Sweaters --, ',*-', ___a_P ___f ■ (_r***__ __N__ a_B%l X M HK mr m _________ m. DnuyQ en, reg. »_OO, for. . »1.40 ***** *-* ***** ' VPS- **3p • Iloyi" Plain Worsted Sweaters, ____. .__■__. •am\mW_ .ft. f^n Mill's Pine I..mil'a Wool Sweat- JRLiffiffl ___.__• b_l M _ w_t Men* Worsted Sweaters, reg. ji.wi. lor L.JI »-.io 1415-1417 2nd Aye. Door to Ilia* . Men's F.-_cf Knit Lamb's Wool I •** I_**- *♦ I I __. 11U H V Crs BOD MlfChß - SweAters, reg. fIBO. fQr.._t*a..Bo ?; -*■. it. Se; iltirgeoii, 8c; lilach boa*, ii. linllluit, tfllc; |terrh, 4c; rink aad, Jc, Flu Patent. p*e bid, 14.76; Crown, 15 10; MlnrieaOta harit wheat, 17; I'lMaluiry, %*; Plllahiiry'* Ileal, |»; standard Dakota, 18. pfymfdfe It 66; J.lerlrle, 14.76; Holly, 14 70, fliddeit Northwest. |7; Kieefrle Light, 17 76; i Gold Medal, |« /*. Top Notch, 14 41 I Cereal.. Whole whent, IBs. per bale, 12 40, whole wh»ul flui/tf per bbl,. 14 25; grshstn. p"r bbl, 14, graham, 10*. j bbl, IS; rye flour, 10a |a-r t-stle, j i-i 1.1.1 . 1, 60: 1,.,- i .. 1..,.' per I, >v I rye tiienl. tier bale, |J 60, I. in ii ,-, l.'ii, j |-er bbl, |7. bu. kwlmet. pel lul*, j 13.75; earn meal, 10*. per bale, 12 10, J lorn iiienl, to*. i«»r bbl, 14: yellow j fftrn meal, loi. t>er bale, 12 10; white I i urn ineul, f,o», |l, rolled out*, per j bbl., M. I*. Co, 1575; wheal fluke*. 1 bus 75 lbs, t__o: f*rltii!, per bbl,] I*",*; furl*., I*l% am ha. per l.»l«. j It; leuelny, latge, per bbl, 14 70; j hominy, --.- • m i»- >■-.: ■■. 12 to; Holly i et tr ib, .!.,■ 1.-. !■ 1,.-..'. ».«_*, cuke, ♦ 171; pearl bailey, 25-lb, liO*e», 14 6*; p..fti barley, IM-lb. Kicks. 14; spilt peas. |4 604.6. pa|Morn, per ewt, ♦ 1.61; • in. _•■ I v. heal, per bale, ... and '**la. par ton. Ilia)! bran, per lon, 118 600.1; barley, roiled, peri lon, 134025; feed wheat, per ton.) •11 B a dairy < bop feed, per ton. 111 ! tfl.O; oil meal, per ton, |31, best 'hop, 125© 2*; whole corn, ton. !2»«f 28; crsiked torn, per ton. I 10 BB; feed corn tnesl, per ton, 128; shorts, per ton, J _■!■«. 2 Hsy. T^»*l«rn Washington timothy. 11l 4J20; alfalfa. 112 f.'iy 11, wheat hay, 115; IC-ustern Washington dou ble compressed, 122; Puget Hound I hay, ill ,',0,1 1,. Poultry Food. Oyiler shells, 100*, ton, 122; clam •hell*. 1»0«, |20; bone meal. 108*. 132, granulated 1.<•..•■» 100s, !'._, On 25* arid 50i 12 per lon higher. Gram and Grata 6:4. lied clover, prime, ewt. 11l iOt? 15; alalke. rholi-e. BI a: white clover. 115 tri»; timothy, per rwt, 14 76 (ll: ... '-..id glass. 114; red top. I._ ,| 10; English ryegrass. It; Italian rye s'n-a. It; I i- arses, 111; tall i.-..a-I'.-.v oat gra**, lis; Kentuiky blue , IBB*. 111; paeture mltture, upland*. 11. ;i 12 CHICAGO MAHKETB. Reported fur Tbe Ht«r by W. A. Ryer A '''I, 112 Columbia street, by private wire: Heattle. Wednesday, Dee, 21, Wli-m Dee. 113 3-4, HI. 113 l-e; ' May, 112, 110 3-8, 1113-1, Jtly, j Initial Handkerchiefs SILK OR LINEN PLAIN OR FANCY 25 and 50c Each '. Hatters and Men's Furnishers 1331 Second Avenue, Arcade Building W. A. RYER A CO. GRAIN and STOCK BROKERS PRIVATE IYIRF.3 CONTINUOUS MARKETS. 112 Columbia St. . GROUND FLOOR lIALLER -LOG. Phones: Hun*et M* In 1011; Ind. 152. Sb 7K, US 1-2, 98 5-3 to 91 3-1. Corn—Dec, 47 l-l. 453-1, 46 Id;' Mag, ('.'ill. 15 1-4, 45 5-1* July, 15 Ti*, 45 6-8. 45 J-I. Oat*—Mar, 31 12, 31 I-I, 31 3-g to 31 12; July, 31 3-*., 31 13. 31 %.*. I'ork-Jany,, 12.C0. 12,57, 12,57.' May, 12.02 to 12,5, 12.57, 12.92. nkw yoiiK HTcxrnm. All bisoti. 84, 14 5-8, IS I-I; Vi.i.il f ST..milled Copper, t,% J.S, .4 |.|, 15%; i ItulllijKire a Oblo, 100 5-*, IS l-l, »»3-f; Brooklyn Rapid Trnnmit, «l t-2, 61, 69 5.8; Canadian Pacific, 111, 12.1-2, IIS I-t; Krle, common, 27 5.(1, 26 DM, 29 1-2: Louisville _ Nashville, 1411-4, 128 J-2, HJI-l. 'Manhallan, I*2 1-4, 1.3 1-4, lit l-l; Metropolitan. L"2 1-2, 1213-8, 121V.1t Mlasouri Pii-lfte, |o|i_. JtylT'l/i 108 3-8; People* »J«*. JOT, WS 1-2, 10*; New rotk Central. 112.1212-I,* 140 1-4; liillnoli Central, 155, 152"/., 154; Reeding, It 8-8, 77 1-2. 77 7-11; t lite k lilniid, lotnmßti, 34 I-I. i», 33 1-4; Chicago Orrat Western, 22 5-8, 22, 22 1-S; T. 11. a 1., 72 1-1, 70, 70 1-2; C. P. *& 1., 44 2-4. 46, 45 3-1; Norfolk, 7S, 78. 78 3-4; St, Paul. 1711-2, 1.2, I.» 1-8; Sugar. 143 5-8, 140 1-2, 1413-4; Houtbern Pacific, (5 1-2, 127-8, 63 1-1; mian Pacific, 1112-4, 102 7-2. 110 l-l; U, H. Hteel. common. 20. 28 1-2, 28 2-4; 17. B. Hteel, preferred, »31-4. M, >1 1-2. :-';!• a to noon. 2.8.509 shares. Money, 2 r,_ per cent. Liverpool wheat opened 3-lc loW er and closed 6-80 lower than yes (erday'l closing figures. Car ra- i | celptß —Minneapolis. 231; Oulutli, | 171: Chicago, It. The tone of the i»ijirk»t today wss . dlallnctlvely better from itart to flntih. I-ernan. fur wheat . front millers was good. <*■«!. wheat has. and will be the i--.! ling influence and m»»y attract a larger country movement, but •hla will be the last movement of Importance on th* crop arid when It bin all reaih*d_*he mark- I there will be nothing to ! stop prices from going Into new ter ritory, whieb should occur after the turn of the year. Th* Chicago board of trade will adjourn Satur day. December 21. and Monday, E>e • ember 21. sccount Chrtatmas holi days. a -___. Initisl Hsndkcrchi*.*, Hilk or linen, 25c end 50c. each, at r.Nllrooks 'A Co*, 13*1 Ind Are. •£ 7 .