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*'.\ lUItHEI^RS ROMANCE."
• During New Year week, al the B*.
atlle, theater, * Jamea Nelll, l'dythe
Chapman ahd the Nelll company
-"will make their fun. well appearance
In "A Bachelors Romance.** ••*"■*;
, -**A Bachelor's Romance" la 1 tl* t
•iTOAtelv connected with the Nelll
repe.aru.tre and fits the Nelll ro^-
Winy | personnel like a glove. Mr.
. Weill's portrayal of the literary re
cliiw., D.-iMal Holm**, t* on* ot lb.
. vJaw.i-js, nf the local stage. Edythe
Chapman will play Helm LcUrandc,
'David's-itiairltd lister, and Kath
wine t'ailinanand France* t'loison
will alternate «« Sylvia. .
t **Rt*DOLPH AND APOI.PH."
j."A Utile Oulrast*' will be-given
SCENE FROM HI [KH.I'H AM) aAOSWH THIRD AVENUE.
at lh* TWrd Aveotta tonight for the I
bat time ¥,
.. ".Rudolph and Adolph,"^wlth two"'
, new German dialect comedians la
: the utt* role, • opens at tha .Third
'Avenue theater tomorrow afternoon
with a' New Year matteee." Harry
ITtce. who paved Adolph l isi ft**
with Charleta Mason, ptaya Rudolph
thl* year, and Harry, West, who was
| the >• underetody * for the Roger
Broa he. a last season, plays Aapilph.
Heady Turkish ffS#jT~"
Baths,cor. Flrsti\| Irf%
a».andWaih.stVllV
Curing Catarrh
The rure of tht* irt.l.liwt* disease la.one of th* greatest twnefai lion* of tnesdtrai ac*»nr* f'auaed I
•usually frero espawar* or neglee ted cald*. catarrh."once established, cling* penrtsteriltr to Ihe affected
membrade* and estend* "along the continuous inu.a-.un surface, from the or If be ef tfc« Ma. to t.h*
|detpe«t part* af. the lung*, ta th* Innermost recesses of lb* ear. and throughout th** entire length of
ilhe atlmetilary psal. impuirtng. when iscjt completely dctrcvinr. the artlnn cf the atntmrh, ilcer l«w .
fam atinrya ...... - Perhaps the biiivp.i .Linger with thU disease la from <*ensumption, which
.1* readily Introduced Into the »y*l*m Ihrough catarrhal utters of tb* ft****- threw! or bronchial tubes
-The t.olumblan Treatment effecte th-orough and radical cures of all eatarrlial dlne-ases.
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.ism Both Cured .l »-'"-^ the Columbian Treat
.......... ... ' -. a ISJ I li cv
Mr. W. a Fra.-r. special agent ____R»H_. went Works Its Cures
.and adjuster, representing in lh* Mm**** SKf•„-"%. „ . _
states of Washington. Idaho, __E^"***-* *" % . Mr"- '-J T"** "send. r.f l:»;
S-Uaatam^and Ktahfour ef the i g_K<T* ■"'oili Fwiy.fourth street. Taco-
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Ten Yeses . Besideet __HctV' — -^ f V**T severe brceichltls. This IroM
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fan tntervl.w with a r.presei ' '*■_, w _/ Gee.l r*.\- .nd Date...
live -• lb* Dally Btar, he BAldS**- } H'S^^»*?»!l!!^* r ' ___________
f-.«-Tea, tt Is-true that I hay* - -KCToJf*- / '» my rhest, together wllh a deep,
1 taken;theJOalnmblan treatment, • ■■--'?lg£Sß|J*A '"" / - t ha., cough in.i worried me
and the reeultai have convinced , - _a|afK£*BjK2**-i ___mjf *H day and kept tne awak* at
me that Am__***m£*xS*»V*H J"* _______ Bight, I Buffered mnrb and waa
It Hn Ne Cau.t 42Ek •"■fe*'' 4-/. fl___fcl»wn. quit* envious concerning my con.
, „ __S_W_^__."^7*^7J WSBBE?. "'»"") when 1 went to tbe Colutn
gtefthe enre of ehremlc dl«.*«*»- ff&_Bg^s_ >WIB -dan Institute, where my
Thl. tr.atm.nl ba* cur»d me of ££E3&¥_.V>m __. EKara & __ . ._. . _
catarrh."from'which I bad saf- *^^*^*iJ^^9%i frw**'*' Huibaed H.d Bean Cur.d
feted f*r twenty years, end d.rr- fft^S^/^'Art/jK ' F\^_mW__nn{fi ,* .. . ■
ftog that time I had nn«.ece-*ful- ™ ™*^*»- iX '\ IK Krtil of Jhreatened «"U"*Pltei.
r-ure. of evwrr eaaieelvahle de-| Disgusting Catarrh N Sgra^CTS??
Disgusting Catarrh
: Th. const.rvt H^.d.ek.. : With Hose Bleeding Our Specialties
Ib* nauaeattna 'dropping li my ' ——-———___—_______
Ithroat. and ha* restored my sense Mr. O. X, Darling. Inaurance Chronio Catarrh In all its forms,
lef-smeth wKlch had been badly broker, t2O Fidelity building,Ta- A*thm«, Bronchi!,., Inci - ■
|lmpalred,*- Before my treatment come. Wash.; %■,. Censumjptien, Rhsumstisrw, Oi.
[ sny unnsuaLesertUm would put * «_, „ _».-« , ,„,., fee.™ «*»«* at lh* ".IT'* the L.' v'
% -me out ef,breath, but I can now c .,f* r h ,„ J*.* " '. disgusting ! 17* **"»*: «**• N,rv*"" B*—
9 . Walk qulckty up the st*ep*.t hill __t_^__*i___i .mm ftoSS^S 7,* Blood **,' BKin*
I th* sltgl.- We cue. all R.et.l D.•*.<., br
■■tatren - - . „,.* rt> «,. ..rllwawl for 11. cure, without ben- ■»•"■•**•■ -P-"-"1 *wethed.
m '„• _? addition to the eaurrhal , m l „_,, »i«i /«,.,. rf ? iii.-
I »'-■•- *- ■ - ,'a,t-t^r It Is Free
■ Afflicted With Bbeum.t..rri Doctor After Doctor „ „ 7n!T™~T —^ „
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. In my shoutderß and arm*. The with th* came disappointing re- Jl 0*"0*"1*- •Jjth pracdlcal udvlce
• pain* were very «*v*re. and at «ult and waa told by aeveral from a medical eaw-rt, free or
_tlme* I could not raise my arm. prcmilnent .pecUll.t* that my '" . ,i A
iThls frmible also has been cured, case ws* beyond medical skill— Mlcroacoplg exaailnalions free.
|and ray general health ifreatly that nothing could be done for - " " ..: *
1 C. enat Bne.k To* Highly' I Ceetleai.d to Suffer * COLUMBIA
Cannot Soe.JN Too HiQhly ———. ______________________ waeawnaw se-a
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vi«ih^e V.J,J1..8«l t."*Jlt lou,d »ln!"« Impossible to *xt*l, and 111 till UAL
L .L°f, il r, "i? r.V b * 2t*__!__? I,«*"«n atlacka of nose tleedlng .
jm the cure of obstinate disease, that occurred B.veral lime* dally. • INSTITUTE I
nn ■ * The foul o-l'.r of the- *-rr!<,mie, IIbOIIIUI U
C A Month ctiinniiiiil' ated to my breath, was WM" ——_____ I
nriUII 111 f" wlth *hr>m ' ••'^■,• '" """ Ing I'hyslclan. .
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•mm/jm' WW ammmmmWMMMm I m.v* B.e Cured Seattle. Wa.h. *
a. ji i rs-»«*_- - a riia.ne. Main till, iff
medicines ana * by the CntumtilaTi Treatment nnd Office ...... toll ■
' Appliances Free mm "-"""lfeed that thl* *plendld m.. I to 8 p. m.; evenings. Tne-*
--«ppllrtnces rree treatment can cure any caae of day* and Fridays. 4:80 to 8:SO:
I ' . „ . """ .„., "*•-""•"* '- "*"' catarrh.** - t , i Bnndaya.^o a. m. to 13 m. -',_
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Oesule- Phillip* la with Ihe com
pany and la heralded *s one Of the
tn«*t mititet-.-ite-H ever »e*n In 111!'
part. rile- show Is under the man
agement of llronatiurit A Currl.,
"MONTE CIIRI8TO."
For their New Year offering
.Messrs Plan .v Fanulng .will pro-
I seat .l.iii.l -a O'NetU** iliumnllt- *uc
ce»», "Monte Chrlsto." The play
will be produced In the nam* careful
manner that ha* marked ihelr pre
vioua pro.l mt ion. at the Ak-uiuw
and will give ill 111, mate member*
■nf the company an opportunity to
■how their versatility, as the play
abound* with good part* for every
one. , . ."-* ti
Tbs list* are already at-work
or : the great Chateau d'lff arena. j
Th* company haa been .gaining pop*
uUrtty every week tine* Ita open
luff and It Is safe to say that II la
easily one nf th* best popular
priced companies that has ever
played the rlty of Seattle, and the
theater-gotag pabtlo ts showing Its
appreciation. -
- . -a' - -ta - '
■ «*! . ..,,;.
. Henry. Miller bo vigorous y op
posed hi* ana's efforts to go on the.
stajre that the young man enlisted
In the navy.. ;< .. '\ - .
' Kmperor William says he ha*
•peal ll^a)o.*<W of hi* private la-
com. on opersa and theater? ,11 the
last year.
Hat Ooodvtn Is much disappoint
ed over hi* twcpllnn in New York.
It 1* i..i;.i David li.-l.t- ti will have
a permanent theater In Washington,
111- Will plant R ettn-k company 10 11
- Clyde FHch anil William Rieele
will ii'ii.ii.iiiiit.i in the diairni.ii.N.i
'Hon ot Alfred Henry I«ewl»' "Wolf
vllle."
The biggest frost of th* New Tork
theatrical aeaaoa Ihtt* far I* tb*
pruiturtlon, st ihe Criterion theater
ibl* week, of A. Wi Ptiierua play,
**a Wife Without a Hmlle." A* pro
duced iv Lamdetii. the play had far
Its» pr In. Ipal . feature a ilaaclit-.g
doll, su *!»*«ded from a aofa em a
room above the one In which the
a. ii..n of the play takes plaea, Tht
doll darn e.| and wriggled when peo
ple aat upon Ihe aofa tn th* upper
room .'bar l* * Frohmaa. after
run. rciirfidi ration, gave way to
propriety and ml out lh* dand tig
Of the aiiell. M it bangs Ilfelrsa and
inert atl eveolng The "wife wtth-
Bet a smile laugh* once during the
pl.t ha U lait e| . did not.
Theodore Kremer. the Clyde Fltrh
of th* melodramatic stag*, has con
tributed another thriller tn the form
THi; SKATTLB STAR.~SATURPAY. DEC. 31, !».<
of ai, .mliiuml.ib- • iplnrloii. Thu
play la railed "The Oreat Aulunio.
bile Mystery.**
Julia Ma. In we saya *ha ha* hot
been *i» loiitented In yeara as at j
|ire*ent,ln Shakespearean roles,
turtles J. Col lie tt Is lielug .tarred
Utß si'i.rn.ii In a new melodrama
called "Pals," In tbe fourth act %k4
hero fight*. i#|.-flft..l, wllh the
"home-wrecker.'*
William W.-Jefferson repeats. a
ttory told by hla father, Joseph
Jcffersoh, the famous Bitot 'Many
yeara ago, when th*. latter wa*
quite a young man, he assisted at
an entertainment for the benefit ut
the hospital fund i.l ii eiul.ll town j
where ha happened, to i.<- slopping '
during th* summer, He waa tbe
only professional on Hie bill and I
In lelllng of^tha performance, he
said
"Yetl, for loa-al talent. It waa a
•flrat rate entertainment." and we
inada H.vVtiil bundle _ ilolinr* for
■WW o-eNeiai « .
the !u.-pit,el fund, bin there Wa*
one little hitch. The town under
taker waa down for a tenor auto,
and he Instated on tinging. "I'm
Walling for The*.**
To s reporter from the New York
Twlrgraph, Naur. O'Neill, the yuuag
tragedienne who "catim out of the
west" to ba severely scored In
Outturn, gave tho following aenia
tfonal interview; ,-_>, 7
"t will admit I lack rerla^i nl
most Indispensable qualitlea of a
woman who e**ay» the highest in
the drama Of Ihe world In America,
"Yea. I must lonfes*. hntjibly and
penitently, to tho. rrtllca, that I
apeak neither In a foreign tongue
nor In English with a dialect, and
that I am under S» years of age,
unsnlle.t of the divorce court and
Incapable of being a mother of my
rival*. To he young and aoaenns
tlonal and without a retinue—that
I*. Indeed, to be gut tv. 1 ate BON
ry. but I rant help It.
"One would Ihlnk the nroadw.*y
critics would ccaaie with at least a
weleomtng .pn to wltnes* th* p*f»
fer ma be* of a young woman who hi
giving the best there 1. la her. I am
not a veteran: 1 am crowing year*
! ly, ami I lfape ta grow until 'ha
e»d. ' vYhsa I eea** to ..lop than
I may I quickly die. They cam* to
rem! me In New fat** I was
attacked Ilk* » ferortou* -sat Of
lh* stage, and the attack waa pre
meditated. •Meosg before I .ram*
here, lh* hoatlle spirit of a 4?malß
* element was apparent.
"I do boI understand tt except oa >
tht ground thst the «.eaaoa*4 old
camjialgner* of tragedy and ctasa
leal drama have adopted the meth
od* of tbe astute Industrial man
ager, and Itftilead of meeUaß'com*
petition aeeka to destroy It. Well,
they cannot Beat my me. tad I havej
the supreme aatlafartlon of know-
Ing I am on th* ascending aide of
life'a cu.rv#. while some others are
oa the declining.**
FATHER OF .MHINER.
BEACH.* THE OASIS
Bam Ilrtg**. |«st Imperial paten
late of Al Koran temple. Ancient
Arabic order, '. .late. of Hie Myellc
Hhrtne, who died Iweeniber tl. after
a brief etruggle with pneumonia.
When Ih* dark shadow nettled over
hla couch one of th* most prottl.
nent Masaxt* in I lie wot id went to
bis Maker.
LIEUT. BOONE
IN TROUBLE
■1 . -a
tßy Script** New* As* i»-l
lii) B npi a Maw* t -
PORTI.AND. Dec. J I.— Lieutenant
It. is M |b...in- I* B. A. wm .ar
rested _t "Vancouver barrarka IBM
night on hla return from a private
•Junketing trip, mi which he Is .aid
to hay* been accompanied by a wo- j
man. making a tour of Canada.
while bla wit* remained in Haa..
Francisco.
Lieutenant flooae broke arrest,
while In custody at Vancouver, «nd
' waa gone lacking on* day of three
month*. II id he been absent aa-,
other day he would have been court
martialed for -li■.ettion. Aa tt Is,
he will be tried for breaking arrest!
BLASLEY RETURNS
James Urgsly. recently acquitted
of 'hi- rharga of forging the name
of Mai. Frank Oreen. V. .-' A., t.i
check* totaling 17,'.•"'. will leu for
| New York City tonight. Measly was
| accompanied by his attorney. He
i says that while there are other
! charges likely to be'-brought against
, hlin on the same score, he doe* not
| believe they will ever be brought
jto trial. The trial took plarp at
i Juneau, **
FA? PI**!.KB.
I hay* reduced mv welichl <T. remind*.
bti.t *I*,-he|i, waist I Inch** nnd hip*
I Inch** In a .hurt llm", by a gnarait
teejel, harm!*.* remeelr, wlthnnt «««r.
I rise or *urvln«. 1 want to tell y.. u
l»ll *bout It; enclose! I[Jm(i dii.l «J.,
dress I
linn, fl B, WOODWARD,
Boa 337, Ola gun City ".. _„.!,.
ACCUSED 0 OF
GRAFTING
GRAND JURY INVESTIGATION
CHARGES CHIEF OP POLICE
WITH TAKING BRIBE FROM
I BLOT MACHINE CONCERN
■» .- :
I (Special to Tb. Star.)
POnTLAND. Due. SL—Chief Pi
Police Hunt has been accused be
fore the ■nd jury of accepting a
bribe of .several hundred dollar*
from an eastern slot machine com-
pany, It I* alteged that be prom
ised lo throw th* town open to gam
bling ana fatting to make good, he
refused to refund the money.
Tha riot machine- agent, win
claim* to have made tbe deal with
Hunt, turned tha correspondenr*
over to bin employer, who .secured
a local attorney to get Ihe money
hack.
i.a»t Right the grand jury visited
Ihe tenderloin resorts and found
many of Ihem running In direct vio
lation of the city ordinances. Thl»
i.-oilicd In the calling.before the
grant! jury of the license commu
te* of the rlty council, whli h Hit*
week i.-iv *...I all dive licenses.
Will Send
Peary To
hind Pole
r a
(S.i, I. Th* Star)
, NCW YORK, Die, SL—A group
tit wealthy men ba < combined to
eld lieutenant R. i: Peaty in
reaching the aortb pole. They hay.
farmed a club and Incorporated IL
Th* president 1* Morris K. Jeasnp;
treasurer, Henry i-»rii«ti aed sec;.
r*tary, 11. L, it li-min Among
HM director* are John 11 Flag lei j
Anion A. Haiti -in! Profc-Mor 11,
F. lutein.*
• The organtmUoa haa raised, prta
■ spall ■ aaniae it* member*, _ ron
■Merabl. .m, oa.t to avoid delay
baa assumed responsibility .for ami
ia now building a special ship of
exceptional *trragth and powerful
engine*, to tt* completed about
March 1, IS".*, The ahlp wilt be ibe
tahrat ever constructed ta thl* emm
try for arrUe dl*covery.
TWO KILLED
TWO FIREMEN MEET DEATH
, AND TWO OTHERS ARE IN
JURED AT CHICAGO
tßy Bertpr* New* am n ,
I.By tkrr.ii. Xew* A**'ni
iCHICAOO. Dec. SL—Fir* last
Sight completely deatroyed the re
pair barns of tbe Chicago Union
Traff.e company at Fortieth street
aad Western avesse, entailing a
!..«. Of IIMS.OGd.
Two firemen we-. killed, two
other filed* and cm« spectator
wcr« injured by the failing of a por
tion of th* w till.
Ths dead:
i CAPTAIN PAUL DICK.
I.IEUTBKANT JOHN I'VNB.
Tb* Injured fliiaen are: *
Captain John Miller..
Char!** Anderson.
LITTLE HAPPENINGS
Tha Am have In their pUSSI*
•ton . check for I*l which they **y
la worthies. It wm passed upon
Albert Zabel. a Beeond avenue "sa
toon man, Thursday evening. The
bum who passed It had the appear
ance of a working man The check
was .signed by Rlbea A Co. and
drawn In favor of August Peterson.
A special watch night meeting
will he held at the First Free ftletlt
eadi.t finin. ii ihl* eveiling, commenc
lag «' » o'clock, Ilev. 13»»y will
preach, after which th* old year
will b. watched out with *olemn
.■Servla-e and the new year welcomed.
■ The .cliy s. hi.,i board yesterday
.passed resolution* *of regret upon
the reiiicm. Nt uf Charle* 11 I.i
t*rson. who hit. b",-ti for a long
t*w»* a member of th* board.
The Cottage City, owned by the
Pacific In.iii Ste.ni,ship rompany.
reached port last evening from
Alaska. Hli.' carried II passengers
and a larg* cargo. The »bl en
countered heavy wind* coming
aautb
The
Necessary
! Feature
OF AN AFTER THEATF.R LI'NCII
ia a reveragk Hl' in.the
\i itiks WHICH AID DIGES
TION AND ENCOURAGE hi:
FRESHING SLEEP.
ML
hS l_fe?^l?Pl^P
tW ™. DCOC
IS HK.IT OF ALL FOR SERVING I
AT VN-i TIME. CONTAINS-!
NOTHING lICT PLEASURE AND
LEAVES NO HAD AFTER _' r V
FECTS,
2 dog. half pints delivered for >th\
Phono Et. £6.
JUDGE OSBORN A T HOME
Judge* lib 'hard Osborn relumed to
hi* hum* from the In.splint Thurs
day, Thn judge lias 1..-en i online.|
at Hi* Beat It. i ;■■!.. r.-il hosplliil for
several weeks end for a lime was*
dangerously sb k, Thl* morning be
was feeling trim tt belter iirid Is now
well enough to r.cclvn bl. friend*. C
WALL STREET
WAS HAPPY
BROKER. AND SPECULATORS
BELIEVED THE RUMOR THAT
LAWSON HAD BOLD OUT
(11, g.-l!pii. Ns*. a..' I
NEW YORK, Dec. SL-Hooiebody
.played a trli;k on Wall atreet yes
terday. Th* report Hint th* Stand
ard OH crowd hail bought Every
holy's M..,;,i, in-, and that Thomas
W. !.;.« vi would sail for Kurope,
threw the whole street into par
oxysm* of joy. A sharp rise In
| Amalgamated Copper wa* in part
dv« |e» the rejoicing.
Where ihe report came from no
body know*, but It had magical
traveling, qualities., Hr-foie noou
in iiin i., al.Ht, I/iiiia and Chicago
were wiring rranlkslly lv know If
It waa true,' '
With touching simplicity Wall
•treet believed the itnry, and for
three hour* the report . reigned,
spreading from office to office, gau
gaining in. details a* it went. Aa
thoriutlve denials. »«i,. finally
mad*, and then the joy turned to
tear*.
MAY STOP
RUSSIANS
BRITISH WARSHIP. ..LEAVE
AUSTRALIAN PORT UNDER
MYSTERIOUS ORDER.
IBr Scrips* New* am n i
MELflOt'llNt:, Dec. IJ,—The
Ilritlah warships Cadinu* and Torch
sailed under aesla-d order* today, II
I* believed they am going lo Mar
shall Island In lonne. tlt.n wilh the
possibility of Admiral iloj eatveiisky
atetnpttng to coal the Ilusslan Bal
tic fleet ther*.
THEODORE THOMAS
SERIOUSLY ILL '
_- tßy acrtpp* Kews Ass'n l
CHICAGO. Dec, IL—Theodore
Thomas, the famous music tan and
diafwctaer.ils aerieusi/ ill with »*iew
ii..iii.. .nd b|_a t*a-r*! ■ ■■ •■ * s iisititea
last night that tbey were becoming
alarmed, ttr, C. F. H.y, wtm Is in
attendance, said:
"Pneunieinlii has attacked on*
lung, but Mr. Thomas has auch an
escilent iN-nßtltullon that he has
at least a rhanc* far recovery."
OPEN BIDS
! FOR CRANE
(Special I* Th. Star)
WAHIIINOTON, De-. ll.—Bid*
ware opened at the navy depart
ment today for iht 49-ton mile at
the Puget Bound navy yard. The
only bidder waa the Cleveland, O-,
Crane A Car Co, %'. 4*o.
I —-
'ihe ua a rail. *A. give you a
ftrat-claaa foto at a medium price.
New Studio. Eltel building, Second
and Pike, .bout January 1. Eggau
A Erlcaon.i **♦•
THE GREAT
LAND SALE
OF
5 AND 10-ACRE TRACTS- *
IS TO COMMENCE AT ONCE
We are offering 10-acr* tract* lhat nr* very easily cleared, having practically no standing timber
on them, as low as .ZOO for in acres. This land haa an ideal location, being on Hie Bound and Great
Northern railway, only 40 minutes' ride from the city, and only i. short distance from the Beattla-Evar
elt Interufbnn, There are two stores, a postoffic-e, railroad station and wharf on this land. Ww are
building house., making roads, clearing land. This I* a very busy place, and worw>Kfor everybody.
Beveial of the tracts have running water the year round. The price rangea from 1200 to j4 o n for 18
acres. Terms. 125.00 cash and 110 per month. This Is less that' one-half the prlc* asked by other* for
bind similarly situated. We wish 1.. .-. ii It nil out In 30 days. This ts TOUH opportunity; go and see
for yourself. Take tlreat Northern train at the foot of Columbia slreet. at 8:10 a. m., any mlaa
Iluy return ticket to Togo, fare 10c. Agent .ii the ground will show you the land.
WEST & WHEELER
8 UNION BLOCK
WEATHER FOR
THE YEAR
Heatll* ha* ii& Stlik*coming on ao
count eif the weather for Ihe past
year. Thn weather pyn^might have
e-nt out mime olajHie -ffouiiy day* and
"let a Utile aiiiinsine In," but, all In
all, he did pretty well. Too much
BUQShlna Is llat.lo to make people
"clumpy," aiO-l the weather manu
facturer Is not going to till,'- any
chances.
The total number of Hear days up
to liecetnber 1 waa Xi, and Hie
weather man as*urea Ui<e public that
this noslfa will not Increase the
number materially. There were 114
naitlally ffbudy days during III*
sain* perlor and 138 cloudy days.
These, numbers will be materially
Increased when the total for Decemb
er Is added.
August had Ihe largest number of
clear day*, and February had ihe
least Not one cheerful clay I* re
corded for February, while 19 Bre
given for August. November I*
credited with tbe largest dumber of
ciotdy day*, 25 In all, and August
Is honored wtth the least number.
The total fan! i.ii'iiiliii for the
year-was 37.72 Inches. November
hold* the record for the most, with
Ml Inches, August has llie en.all
Sgt amount, which wa* .07 Inch,
The average temperature for the
year I* given as f,i.l degree*, rcb
ruarjr ha* the coldest average, with
40 degr.ee*. [ July was the warmest
If you have spent all your spare catch for Xrnu gift*, but ihould
Ilk* to take advantage of our ',
J-a_r\vit<_K.ry
Bourgeon, Se^le
We would like you to bear In mind that wa ,
EXTEND LIBERAL CREDIT
pay a little down and a little each week is
all wa ask. You will find our »[„-.
prices for this sale a decided saving.
Westberg & Childs
Clo-_lts,'S\iitN and Millinery
1312 SECOND AVENUE
Bam* price, . ash or credit— < M per week buys a tailor mad* .Suit.
f> j JL R_a_dia,tor
'jtffi&frtb. ry I // J__\\ Tl>* acme of perfection, tha!
rf *7'Wi /y fff -*>•*.«• '9lr*l InnovaUon In th •'"•en*sß
i.»'A_r:^a_r*N ** _\ ol *tt>im •***••«>*■ tor the home.
i fMl%^ r _^2^^^^_\^(^^'* Wber* you want It. When you
/HE t__£ll -t-'W. ;H "*** nt it and at a minimum ex
lntlX ViSmMMA _* til Ij pease. Steam heal produced by
UtlKi ■-■'*_»!"_iirjl'^ I 1 C*" " 00r €rf**oß "r •■'*- u»
B**'!.* i aHfcd____PC.-S±±±i3 "n'! <Mr r'-prets'-ntative.
MMii ' -__$w_Bl_r * *'■-■• l'"s!'l''.'- Fourth Avenue
p,oHiy^^^mm*^Z7~^:7p I*-J'l L'Dir,n Street
*.a_M*r "-nga^w .__^_ m \^g g f Buiuet, El. Zl. intL, Ex 73.
.'IV-i * «-,• • -
Seattle Lighting Co.
A Christmas Present for the Poor
fAa -. . Any person needing m
■gLA_£**L glasses and cannot afford ___,
taV j Vfr'^aK^ *° Purcba.*e, can have their m"m\ _W\. ••"'Sk
ar'i *"i-\--4i'•'"' ' lK,:''-'''■ *"'' receive /{_, J wBC »V * g*v
- **^ Glasses W
Free of Charge for One Week
DR. DAVID M. TSUNEISHI
OHIENTAL OPTICAL CO."i*a s^ '."
Watchmaker and Jeweler. 1519 FIRST AVENUE.
I month, averaging 61,2 degrees, Th*
coldest day of Ihe year waa January
20, when ihe thermometer wtat
down W 29 degrees. Tha waraia**.
I day In equally .accorded to July and
August. On July>2l and August 4
tha Hiermometer steamed up to 10
degree*. **
The greatest arao-int of rainfall
for a single day waa on Novaaahar
Wi, when l.» inche* fell. On six
days during the year, more than an
Inch of preclpltaUoa ta recorded.
December 29 Is second ln total rala
fali, with 1.57 inches.
RECOMMENDS THE
WHIPPING PO&T
WASHINGTON, D. C, Dec. ll—
Th* local grand jury in making Its
annual report for the preaent term
of th* supreme court of th" District
of Columbia, yesterday recommend
ed the establishment of whipping
post* in the district Tha question
haa beea much agitated ever since
lh* president In hie last annual
message rea-ommended corporal pun
ii.hm.iit for wife beatera In the Dis
trict of Columbia. Th* recommen
dation of the jury I* as follows:
"The difficulty of establishing lha
whipping post as a means of punish
ment for wife beatera and petty lar
ceny offenaca has been Investigated
by this body, and the majority of
the members are of the opinion that
It would prove very effectlvs In re
ducing ths number of the reprehen
sible crlni**.**

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