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THUG BEATS MRS.
JAMES A. WOOD
tf * masked «*•>'«* «,*»lv" lhl* ]
JLilg climbed UltO ibe sleeping |
j* V rtw< ~l of Mr*. -U..1.-8 A. Wood.'
'«_»"•* ,h* •*vm*t 't<v *,*,,10r of
time* and ■** commtaaloataf
5 It ,tf"the Alaska Yukon I'aclflc
•^ikta to th,> Jsnicßtowti fair,
_li>Mle ««•" of ,hP '»»,'**-*»r* w*!'
*mn! 1» hading ihe room, the
Mr*- ,p",,M, ov,r ,h** hpaJ
X , revolver. s*he wa* nol how
_* Ui jly h»f<* *nn nothing
\_ZL |« expected to follow as the
£tt ot lA* o*°* ,hp «'wJV,HI I"*'
*__ Wood, who In the absence
fur husband In the ea.it. I* occu
*" list C of Al»»n apartment
PLACE RASKNER UNDER
i HEAVY BONDS
..-.—. Raakn." who tried to
Hrt'l-rput* Sheriff lU-Mlng from
J^B"»l»,!1«,* reeterday and then
Lm three attempt* to escape
rtiv Wa* eeco"**4 to Jjil. wa* ar ■
_atpi attar* Justice of the lVace
m*t this morning and placed — i*
ar li*" l*'r-'u '" ln*ur* bts ***
SS, * tr... "" ****< '■ -<■ *k
„ _ charged with reaUlltig an
_f_tg*r
a,***.* Balding served a re
qui* Ist order upon llaskner. the
mttm* of a iliioive suit Instltut-
TILLMAN FIRES
, :- ' '._____
A BROADSIDE
» ■ -
tba United Pr***.)
tfAStttNOTON. Dec. ».—Scna
m TUtatsa tired a broadside Into
Hitiitiali' fi financial policy
a ft* ten*'.' today. He Intro-'
Ami t*e. resolution* calling on
li _—4tl-' committee* for lofor
•atta toncerr.ittc the legality of
t, ttrfat taken by Secretary Cur*
ltb*S I* relieve ihe recent sit lis
ts, sad the legsllty of the clear-
H loose twrliftcales throughout
tt I'slied States, lie asked tor
Wilier conslderailon. *■•.•
Wskl to a postponement until lis
»*»*, abea 3a*nator Aldrlrh.
•Mr*** '■' th* committee*, will
t_rt*rat The projected general
fcivu! debate, which has been fo*
Mttts tor a Itm* on lb* deawf
Te ire lioelat tbe fliett and
IV* sre sbewlog tb* finest sad
ittt ttj '-■.- Use of
TOP COAT*
' la th* c;ty.
|mi TAILORED READY CO,
fK.r faurt* and Rika.
Fit nearly proved the undoing of a prominent Eastern clothing manufacturer. He
I It nearly proved the undoing of a prominent Eastern clothing manufacturer. He frj i i^J
I had to raise money to pay the mills or he would have been forced to go out of busi- W^mif^m
ness. He had practically half of this season's product left on his hands as a direct \ &si_____
result of the recent financial crisis, and sold us a * ; • r i '^^iL
X* ■ $30,000 Stock of Men's Suits, Raincoats 111 11
If . and Overcoats for a Song ' • W l*!
M^kfte^ s Pa ces within your grasp the biggest bona fide clothing values ever Jji^a*^W
Ws^&Sm offered to a Seattle public—the saving ranging from
wmm 1-2 TO 2-3 ON EVERY GARMENT .
ESlw^ Sale Begins 9 a.m. Tuesday -SUITS, [ OVERCOATS AND RAINCOATS
WlfP'm " "-"""'"' f^gr" $15.00 Values Now . . $6.00 $15.00 Values Now . . $7.00
li#M#l\ 11 IViT CFF 18.00 Values Now . . 7.50 18.00 Values Now . . 8.50
MMm'mX '-f-Xrf^'M l*^*- L -__=- 20.00 Values Now . . 9.50 20.00 Values Now . . 9.75
y^Wmmm \ THFCF l_9f 22.50 Values Now . . 10.00 22.50 Values Now . . 11.00
rlff/ni \ ■■ ■■—<-*-_- 25.00 Values Now . . 12.00 25.00 Values Now . . 12.50
mmlHm \ K_»OH~l=d ft__KT" 27.50 Values Now . . 13.50 27.50 Values Now •-. . 13.50 |
fK Pi \ I I\ICL3 ll__B? 30.00 Values Now . . 15.00 30.00 Values Now . 16.00 I
111 f903 2d Ay.) We. SCHf! LINGER, Consignee f903 2d Ay.) j
Mft^jSjl VWtet i«.as_»*s Mush Store Use. It it) T▼ • V-** ■■-Fl ■ H" BI _. — i Where Johnston's MujJc Store Used j, Be i H
;-\WM\^!J ■•■'£ _■ _! ____ §
fell
[ -SA-__ t ** • ' ■ . , ■ '--___-_-
| bouse, awoke at '..'in 4 o'clock
j tbl* morning lo find, the two mrtv
mot lug .mi In her room. They
had evidently climbed a tree which
giew up h) the open window,
Mr*. .-...1 moved, und one of
111. 111. In!,I her tf she cried out
she would Ik< killed. Sli- coxenHl
her bead, and i.-II .in. of th- thugs
struck ber. Having secured $111
or 11.- 111 money and considerable
jewelry the two men unlatched ihe
flow of lit.- root* went into the
hull and presumably left Hit- build
Ing. \. * •
Mr*. -Wood* maid was also
it--!, ep 111 ill- mora at in- time tin
thugs entered anil like Mrs. Wood,
made no oulcry.
. ,
Ed by Mr* Raskner. and while the I
officer was waiting In the lodging
house previously conducted by tho
couple. Ilaskner t. inni-.l and tried
to ej.t-t the deputy sheriff. He
tried to escape, after a desperate
fight, and rati squarely Into the
arm* -if Patrolman Pool man, later
trying to escape 111 ritunlng from '
the offtcsr on s-.iiiiii «. The
man was stopped by two firemen
and taken to jail, where li. made
another attempt to run. and waa
j caught hy the feller*
rratlc aide, was alto deferred until
tomorrow.
ADMINISTRATOR IS
APPOINTED
Harry Watson *• today ap|a>int>
ed administrator of the estate of
Melody Choir, pending the decision j
of the supreme court In Ihe con
test of the old an. will.
Choir stipulated In hi* will that
all hi* money should go to build a!
■mmi for himself and hi* Am I
Hob... The will was conteatiH) by'
hts ik. <l mother, and a Jnry found
th- testator was Insane at the time
the imam was >-\.. -ii.-.t
The property Involved Is valued i
at about ti.,........!
_ -*•-,;
--* WASHINOTON. Dec S—The fol
; towing presidential nomtnatlona
Jwere made today: Knvoy extra
jordlnary- aad minister plentpotrn
; tiary to Nicaragua and Costa Itlca.
-William M. Morry. of Caltforata;
attorney general for l-orto lllco.
Henry M, 11... I, of California: reg
Isler of Iho land office Viniriiiivei,
W»«h . 11.mil C Pltllllpa, --I Waalt
inH'-m. - , ■
MAnRIA*QB° LICENSES.
Rich Person, 21, clly, ami Clnra
Paulina Rchcnche, 23, Hill,til HO
-..111- Cliailtis ti Arthur, 33. fc.v
eit>tt, iitnl Holly Mitchell, 23, Port,
tiind; John 11. I low t-ii, ax, clly, and
Miriam K. m-nneit, 2»„ rltulro-
Woolley; Jumna tireetl, 2S, llnmll-
Ittn, Mont., and Mi- Johnson, 23,
Kirn villi-, l .-nn Chnrloa A. Oliver,
3*. clly, and Miiuilo 12. (traliam, IS,
city; Kiel W, HliHtgett, 30, llnllard,
mil llertha Allen Hlcphenaun, 10,
I'all Clly; Mella Christian Otlf
Peter Jaeolutcn, 99, clly, and lima
Allen, la. clly; lleorgt. tl. Welling
ton, legal, clly; and' Mamie tlllberl,
legal, city; t«t l.cap. legal, Avon,
Wumli, nml llultl.th i:. i.hlm .mi.
legal, city.
RAILROADS FILE A
DEMURRER
The Canadian Pacific railroad
and four atate lines li.ilni til. pa
per* In Hi- ftttlernl court dcnun ring
I-- the complaint filed by lumbering
firms, who alleged that the roads
were charging the Koo rate on lum
ber. I In- lit. I -l.iii of tho roads
i* that they mat* not made parties
t.i 111.- original suit of the Pacific
Coast Lumber Manufacturers' asso
ciation, a* a result of which Judge
Hauford granted a temporary in
junction pending 111- M.atllt* of a
i hearing before the Interstate Coin
merce Commission In Washington.
11. C. Th* demurrer Is asked upon
a claim that this court has no jurie
diction.
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* STEAMER IN DISTRESS, *
*■• - *
* PLYMOUTH. IRng.l. Da*c. *
a A— The Red Btar liner Krooa* *
* land BUh ■ thousand pan *
* aboard ho* a broken shaft *
* westward of it.- Llutrd and i* *
* lalM.rtng In a heavy gale, m- *
a cording to » wireless Integrant •
* 111 Ihe Kronprlns Wllbelm *
* which ha* just arrived from *
a New York. *
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COUNTY FEES FOR
NOVEMBER
There acre 33 more marriage 11
--cense* Issued by the county audit
or dating tbe month of November
than In it' preceding month of Oc
tober. The number of llrenaes l*
sued In November wa* 309, for
wblrb the county received fears In
the sum of I'u;, Bill.. during t>.
l tuber there were only ITS applied
'for. with a total payment ot J'.'s
Tbe tola! receipts of Ihe county
auditor for Novemht-r aggregated
jis.tm 25.
TO INCREASE SAURY
An ordinance will be Introdaretd
la tl.. city council tonight which,
If passed, will Increase, tba aalary
ot the superintendent of tb* light
and water department •*.»_ |N« to
1304 a month.
TUB SEATTLE STAR—SwONftAY. DEC. 9, 1907.
FRANCHISE ASSESSMENT
BEFORE COURT
* Argument* on .-i motion tn strike
mil portions of ihe complaint sonant
by Iho Ben I ill IClorlrtit company in
the suit they have Instituted to re
duce Hie SHH-I vuluutloit placed
by County Aim-stor Parish upon
111. franchise, were heard before
Judge Morris In the siij.c.ior court
thl* afternoon.
SAYS HIS WIFE BEAT HIM
I lie matrimonial difficultly
which are alleged in have Iniliiteil
Kffle Mni il'tni to seek a divorce
from her husband, I.llli. h Morrison,
were aired In tbe superior court
today and an Interesting aldt'llghl
on the questions at variance be- j
tween Urn ton pin wit* a charge by
th» iin-li.itiil thai Mr* Morrison on
one occasion soused him In the
MRS. WILLIAM TAFT
FACED DEATH
(By United Pre.* I *>
nOIaOUNOB. DM, »,— Mi* Tafl,
wlfo of the secretary, Mrs." George |
Wheel- wit- of the second secret- !
tary of the American* embassy to
Toklo. and other pMMUM nar
rowly escaped death going aboard
FIRST SOCIALIST FILES DECLARATION
The first candidate for a nomlua-,
IKK for city councilman nil the so j
clallst ticket put In hts appearance!
at flu- .lit ball this morning when'
t'« A. 11. Kleiner tiled announcement]
of l.l* candidacy for the nomination t
of that party for the Thirteenth j
ward.
In n.r last el-t Unit Itt llatlsrd the,
socialist party cast more than in
DESPERATE ENCOUNTER
WITH ROBBERS
(By United Bra**.)
CIIKHALIB. Waal Dec. ' Coat l
stable T. !' McFadden. of Wlnlock. I
was fatally wounded by two yegg- j
men this morning lv an attempt lo
srre»t the men for complicity ta
U attempt lo rob the ituatofftce.
II- pursuing posa* caught up with
is.-- fleeing tramp* a short time!
afterwards -111.1 111 the etrhange of!
shots thai followed both yeggmea ■
wart* killed. They bars not (men j
Identified The two men have i.-.<>'
loafing about w.ni... k alarm Hat-1
urday morning On Saturday night I
aa attempt was made to burglarise j
tbe postoftlcea. but the* ringing of
the alarm (lightened the ihlevas
.... Mat night the private- bank
\ Peputy Prosecuting Attorneys
11-t .till and Prlgmore rejrrosenl the
county and A lorn* llown and
Tale appeared fail the Hnntllft Kloc-
Irlc company. The plaintiff I* nek-
Ing Ihn court to reduce Hi- valua
tion of $ l.i'.'tii.iitiii placed -1.... their
frnne h t»n for tatattoti purposes.
Tint ii .in- lil«- had previously been
it*****., .-.i .0(1,000,
fare with lit- Ingredients of an
in i,i-i stew.
To amphaalse the point more
clearly, Morrison Insists that his
ii- ii. ii him nt -i the head with a
broom handle while he was trying
to dig 111- shelled 1.l valves mil of
his eyes and eara, The application
of 111- Iff for tbe legal separation
ii based ii|h.ii nottaupiKirl and
cruelly.
the liner President (Irani this
morning In the tender Holland.
Thn Prosldeut tlrant was forced In
stay outside the breakwater ami
thn heavy seas played havoc with
ihe Holland. iii- broken fixtures
In lha stateroom barely missed
crushing Mrs, Tuft.
par cent of the total vote caat and
tn that respect qualified to have Its
candidates nominated under the
provisions of the primary law In
lhat ward.
Mat Uai.iu.ll, of MM Walnut *t
West Heattle. this morning filed his
■!<•. lm mi.in of candidacy for the rtj
publican nomination for councilman
, from the Point.-.-nth ward.
lof A. N. Cheney was raided, but
mo money taken. 'in Ihe bodlea
' of Ihe deed tramps was found a
i revolver and severs! other trtnketa
»»..f.-u from the t.snk, This itimii
ins Conslabla McFadden. with Of
lat-t J. I', Caatstor rounded up the
ib ii men and attempted to put them
. i,-tt.!*-i arrest. The two men re
■ Mead and la the scuffle shot Mc
tyaitm. ______
t la remote tillage** of tbe Halt
( kammergut, Hungary, the mania for
j things Lngilsh la ma strong that the
{ postboys frequently remove i:n
j *il*l- stamps from letters and sub
' stliut* Hungarian, thus delaying
tbe vert of latter*.
PRINCESS DOWN.
A pretty princess hub Is In
French blue faille, with surplice ar
rangements of handsome embroid
ered bands. The under waist is of
embroidered ballsln antl lace with
dull gold but tons.
HELPLESS TOTS ARE
CRUELLY MURDERED
(By United Press.)
BOSTON. Ma**. Dec. e.—Plmt
slti|H*fylng Hi. with gas, Mrs
i i in.! Huntley drowned two small
grandchildren, aged * ami « years. j
In a bath tub today In her home
In K-illi.'t i 111- The old woman
tin n wen. '.. the police slalion and
surrendered and gave up the keys
to her home. it i* believed that
Iba woman first forced the children
to brt-athe enough of the gas ■■'
' make them unconscious snd then
I drowned them. The children were
orphans.
MRS. BRAOU^^OM^B WEST.
(By United Pre.* |
WAa.IHN.eTON. Hoc. »—Next
Thursday Mr*, llradley will leave
Washington for Halt Lake, accom
panied by her two sons, where the
drown llradley children will join I
their mother and half brothers.
Judge Power* trim la now In Halt
Lake, haa complete barge of break-
Ing tl..- Drown will. . ;t " a
CITY PAY DAY
Tho city of Kt-attle will disburse
tllViiii.t tomorrow in Hi" payoMMtj
of November salaries, f'ayments
will be made one half • ..-.1. and the
remainder In clearing bouse cer
tificate*. ~
Xmas Gifts
Nothing plessoa a man or boy
*-> much a* something Hi the sport- ,
ing good*, or athletic line Theo-
Sot* Kilt. * Co, It't'H Ist av-..,
■ have everything desirable tor gift*
In tin. i*. Punching Hags, Ktercls
; era. Knit.-*. Fishing Hods and
Tackle, etc. •*•
WOMAN GOES ON HUNT AFTER CHILDREN
KIDNAPED BY HUSBAND
Aimed Willi an order limed liv
Judge Hulllvati, of 111- sii|M-rlor
court of HiM.kiilit*. Mrs. fleorgn
i.iin.iiiiiei- of Spokane, Is eagerly
anarriijiiis fill tier Iw.i children, both
girls, horn she alleges went ILi
niip.-.l by her huHl.snrl from lli.Si
Hpokutie' linine, pending uti n-llop
btoiight by 111- If- for ,1 divorce.
On Hal urday, accumpanled by
depnly sheriffs und a relative, the !
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NEW YORK STOCK
MARKET
(By United Pre**. 4
NKW YORK, Dec. 9—Tbe Initial
prices on slocks were heavy and a
stout fraction low. than Halm
day's tins! figures. Numerous trad
ers covering mi the first recession,
brought about a rally throughout
tbe entire lis!, Rt. Paul again be
ing conspicuous wllh .1 gain of 2Vi
points from the opening. This ad
vance, however, was short lit- as
even Hi- profeaslonal element did
111. trust th* character of the imp
port, for at the rally tbo manipulat
ors got active, pulling mil short or
ders. I'liilll a ler hnlrnl view, (lie
weakeat apot In the present market
l* the restraint for carrying stocks
on a marginal nasi* Th- market
advances as long as there i- short
covering, bill when this abate*, the
bono fide Investment ordets HI
not of i. sufficient size to offset
further liquidation. The hank*
themselves really have the -..bit
to let brokers take- sacurttltat mi
Special Saving Sale of
GENUINE ROYAL GRANITE STEEL WARE
CONSISTING Or MRIIN SAM I PANS.
IHRUN Kit til SAND COMIC HOIS
YOUR OPPORTUNITY TO PURCHASE KITCHEN UTENSILS
OP STANDARD QUALITY AT SPECIAL PRICES IS AT HAND.
_m* 10 Quart Enameled Sauce Pan
__—__—_ _m**^s***~~~*\ or Kettle— Hale prtct BA4, "g
o**7 mm_\^^ / "•"'
_m*m____m _____i^h_ -tau-ce
' ... H ''sn >" Kettl* -. ivtit.
v_____^ Ijijpl COEEEE POTS
a a.
2 Quart Enameled Hauce Pan mt£3—m. _
«r Kettle— lie prlco '.iOr, ram- T7 ~_\l %
ular Jsc _fl_M| J
:i .. .art Enameled Sauce Pan W-'i^mf
. or Kettle— Hale price <,-,<■. teg* Jr*'7w;
ular Pie KJgfflS
I Quart Enameled Hauce Pan a*2gySe
or Kettle— Hale price IWt, reg
ular 60c. 1 Quart Enameled Coffee Tot—
6Quart Enameled Haute Pan Bale price !*,."►<-, regular 40c,
or •Hale price S"«c. Reg- ' '■» Quart Enameled Coffee
ular USc. Pot— Hal- price .'lllf. regular
K-Quart Enameled Sauce Pan Sue.
or Ketllo—Bala prlco 111. Reg- Z-Quart Enameled Coffee Pot
ular 75c. —Bale price ABA, regular 65c.
•-... ■ . , .. ...
RAINIER HARDWARE CO.
210 SECOND AYE. SOUTH.
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| woman vlnli.-.l various portion* ' '
Ihla clly, hut failed to gel any Irar*
of Ihe mi !• nn: children. '
Laler Mra, l<audpliere received
iiifi.im.iiii.il ibat Ihe hiiHlmnd was
lv TbOOma and had plat ■ -I tin. glrla
tn mi educational liiHtilullon In
Kverelt. Mr* Lawlpiieie today left
for Tacoma, while iii- officials ■■'
Everett have, been notified ta
[search for the iiilsslng children
I there.
Inarglna.' ami -untn~tb«y say Una
word, 'in -mil' swings of tb. past
few day* will con til The after
noon M-'t.-.|.iii was lull and de
prived, viiili lir.-auliii infliixlr.ns.
The close was weak.
ON THE FRONT
The Saratoga sailed yesterday
Willi ;'.i.'i passengers for Alaska,
many laelng iniiHhrr* who will hit
the trail for Fairbanks from Valdeg.
The Hawaiian eteam.tr Alaskan,
detained at quarantine, owing lo
i.itniiii..i> aboard, arrived in port
this forenoon. The crew was vac
cinated.
llatllciililp Nebraska Is now en
route in lower California for target
practice.
LIGHT METERS DUE.
li- water ami light office has
! 006 electric itit-tur* that ate now
due 111 arrive In Hie city from Hi
eaat. They Bill tint Increase Kin
present partita nt will lie put on
where heretofore only Hie mini
mum rate has been charged.

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