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EXPRESS ROBBER .
MISSED 52000
(Concluded.)
'.'v«.ted hla mm at the h.u.i of A.
P. White, Blmnnson'a assistant,
who «M returning from a mit
nUht lunch. The, bandit forced
Whit* to K.i through the name pro
«•*• of being tied with rope. In
neither Instance did the robber gajt
hta vti Hum. 11.. throw v couplo of
rain coala owr mi., Imprisoned
men* hoada and then quietly 1.-ft
Then the Police.
I; wiu only a few minute* later
that HmMH succeeded In too*
. nine liv bonds, 11.- Immediately
released Whit.- and notified tha
police. Sergeant Clarence Carr
waa th.- flr»t to arrive, and li.<
found the jumper and overall* left
by th« bandit
The victim* of the boM holdup
were able to turnlah only a iuhiit
description of 11... bandit. They
both nay he tv ahort and heavy- i
set Ha wore a black mask which
covered th« lower part of hi* fa««
An engineer* cap was well drawn
down over the eye*.
An Indefinite Description.
Simon*..- and White appeared at
police headquarters thin morning
and.to Captain of Detective* Cbn*.
Trnnnnt told a »irn)it!itr..r*.iril
story of th* robbery. Simonson
ha* been In the employ of the
Great Northern Rxpreas company
for some time. White* had been
working but three day* at the time
of th« robbenr.
The almost absolute lack of any
description of th.- bandit leads the
police to believe tint he will never
be captured. Th« eiaet amount of
th« lout will not be. known until the
local office cttecka up with th« St.
Paul office*. A Sack containing
15.00 waa cut open by the tmn.lir,
but ho left It behind, apparently
because, of tta weight and bulk
Iness.
RAILROAD MEN MEETING.
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CHICAGO. Oct. 11.—Tbe Ameri
.an AUtion of Traveling l"a»
»<>tiKt»r Agents, representing all th*
leading railroad »>*l««ra* of the
country, convened in Chicago today
lor a a«asJon of tan* days. Dallas
Is fighting hard for tho next conven
i tion, and will probably be selected.
Portland. — William Jennings
Ur>»n Is ht-re today and leaves for
Seattle ttmlght
I Th«> king lof IZiieland saw the
Marathon. Why not you? At Dug
dale's park next Sunday. ***
CABINET MAKERS. "
TIM f«a r Want i-«. rar»«>n aiwl
rabin.tai.kM*. farßitura. «<»»• aa4 etrwa
tllf M !'»!-. m —«r
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in J imows-i am bm> •!•(•« «m
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OVERS AND CLEANERS.
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ttti.
COLD AND SILVER PLATING.
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HA in UOOOft.
»wnca*» mm — m*. «i> Cat—.
HAT MAKERS.
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— . LUMOCR.
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• .rr■••:•. ..: OPTIC.aNS.
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OSTCOPATHIC '.P'HVSICIAKS.
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PATENT ATTORNEY^
Adam* A l!f*mk» r*«ai«r*4 I'»»»i»l j
■ M Tr*4* Mark Al">r«.r«, II r»'« la
««ati» «t»» Colmaw Mo<n ,
Hum * Co, f*««l*r«4 >ai«*«l allor.
r.«>». «laffn«T«l M"')< "*•">• («r »a«ii.
PATTERNS AND MODELS.
T».a Ptattta r«ti«n> «M M»tal Tfarka
111 rirat «i. a. Mala ««»«■
~~ PHYCICIANS.
DR C C rtSßCa—Uamltas ohrati**
far alt ilMaw "i"! 4i.fi.rt *f »■■■■».
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PHOTOGRAPHERS' SUPPLIES.
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1 : POSTACE STAMPS.
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mm >car'h.
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ta£laa» work, till r.r.u lad. HI!
"" " PRINTER k.
Trick BlndlDC and rrlnflaa Co., pika
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~ HalMr rrlallm Han—. »i* a—a_
SECONDHAND CLOTHING.
' 'wt vr fcl«h4M«l i"' -• <"' aacaiul.haitd
i.m,^ and ««a«l»nn"ii'i nothing, furnl
l*ra! ««». Ktlft ill» rira« ay, fad till
Hoilca—Jacobaon pay* lull valiM for
m ,n?. dl.-.rd*! «lo«fcm«. I- t7T». Man.
mi. . __f
wa bar a«e'pn4-ti*nii rtoihlng at hlah
aal pricaa. ITwi*. »'»'■ *»»»• ion Ilka,
jJGNB AND HCU^E NUMBERS.
~~itmnoii. "i««r*r»»i a». md. i»»«.~
T STORAGE. "*"
" "iJaion Traaafar, M"-in* . Mi»ra«a Co. 1
)H,l" 1t.0M.. Mala •«« Ind 111, —it
' TRANSFER COMPAfIIES.
'"l> IJtiair. Iranarar. tO9t Vvrnaa pktrw,
i,.,i.rd - K«i>»aaa. f.uxllina and pi-a.
m»»in« <mi>u |.h.ma. llallatd »i r..l- •
«Uca. nallard »•* ' «--:-■■'
" """'^TAILORS. ...
' l^aoaajd »■<,,~r**K^i»»-. Cawrral Bids.
TYPEWRITi.«« AND SUPPLIES.
i r«« .»<1 olhar ***{£ *'»; l"«Tr» I
«wrHa» . ««PI>I» <•■• *" « * B1<"*- I
Will TRY TO DRIVE ILLEGAL
VOTERS FROM GEORGETOWN
Advocate* (if 1 I,mi government '
" Georgetown thin year are start-
Ing Hi. ii mmp«lii at the regUtra
lion booth*. A ■•Urulned fight
Mil i.. nuui- 1.. keep out "flonters."
I.IIM election. It la rimmed, 800
or 300 men, Mil.Mill hangvrt on nml '
illnn-ptiijililo .ham.. recruited
rrom all imrtit of Seattle, iwartued
Into Georgetown .in ii-klxli«luiii Knd
election days, mill were, • powerful
factor In keeping tho old giuig 111
charge of tha city affair*.
Some 900 voter* were registered
at th« laat election, and morn than
700 of them voted, Bo far thla year
th«t registration in slightly In excess
oi COO, and mail believe tiuit It will
not run more than i ii more.
Councilman Halo, who KM led tha
fight fin better government In
Georgetown, laid the foundation for
■topping Illegal n*Kl»tri(iluii ahortlx
after th- taut election.
After hi* resolution for number-
Ing the road house* had bOM killed
by the council, Halo quoted the
atate law. 11. -,!,.■*. .1 that where
hou»ea were, not numbered in any
municipality, in.- Intending voter
had to locate hit house by l.»! mini
b«r, or If unplatted, by a land do
acrlptlon.
A resolution based on the. state
law, directing election offtclala to
enforc* the law, waa put through hr
Mai* Till* la bettered to b« a I
groat aafeguard.
"Why, last dm*.." said Hale to
day. In speaking of the ration. '
"I »aw something like a hundred
mm coming oat from Seattle, They
got off the car and a»ked th.- way
to the Horseshoe «al.M>n or the city
ball, or the other election booth.
They were all floater-, who hadn't I
HOW GEORGETOWN
RUINS
(Conclude 4.)
terests of th« people at h*art an/1 '
therefore be la th- man for th- \-*>
■■lei. CUAIIL.KS 8. HICH.
4*l Urd At
EDITOR STAR: ! admlrv it..,
stand you havi- taken In th-
H..ulllon Mayor Miller Can and 11
think It Is a matter that the people
are being freely arui»*-d to, and ,
th* great majority will stand tor.
That grafting has been going on
for several roars, nine-tenth* of the
people believe, for them mrm plenty
of surface Indication*.
I have baxw a ">i)«l la wind"
republican ever sincn Um> birth of
that pau-ty. but baton party I want
honesty In municipal affair*. No
ha-Uttr political act could be dun«
than to etitraui Mr. Houllkm to the
_a_ttlw mayorahtp
, AN* OLD THIRD WARDER.
KIMTOR STAR: fly all m.-an« I*4
as bar* A. V. Munition for oar next
mayor.
If th.-r« la no other pt««o to meet
and organ)!* a ritli-na lngVr>—d*_t
dab. you ar* welcome to my parlor
at 1113 :ith a«
God Wens Tbe> Star. •
T. J. TRAYNOO.
- .
EDITOR STAR: Good for you, '
I hope yon ronUntM» tb« good work
In showing Up to th*> people the
grafl.-r» I am sura evrrjone with
j any honesty and d«»<wiiry will hrart
lly commend your amrtNMl.
Hoping yon mover stop nntll they
far* run to earth and a good word
for Mr. itoulllon. MRS. S. S.
rrniTOK STAR: l have nottooa
a good deal publl*he*l in your pap<<r
regarding Mayor Miller and Mr.
nonlllon. Wby don't lh« people do
aotneithlnK while the evidence is still
fresh in the minds of everyone?
As I understand. we, have th«
referendum and recall la this rlly. i
Why not start a petition at onea to j
'fall a special election and put Mayor
I Miller and all bis grafting ring out
'of office and elect Ilouillon In bis
I place at the name time? Now Is
the Km* for th<- people to show
' their appreciation for Mr. .million I
and what he ha* attempted to do
and show Its contempt for Miller
and all grafting Ideas and officials.
Action Is what counts, not words.
f am not a property owner nor a
taxpayer, hut am a voter and I will .
sign a petition to that effect.
Yours fur lion. »t government and ,
Going to.
Quit!
Going to Quit
Going to Quit
Buy Your
Shoes Now
,
TreenShoe
Company
707 First Aye.
I
Do you want to buy a horn*7 See
The Star'a elaaatfied real eatate
columna.
THE STAR—MONDAY, OCTOBKR 11, 1909.
even bothered about Inquiring" In
advance win-re they « ere to votn.
"We're going to stop lliok. f.l
lows this yesr."
Five men have filed petitions for
mayor—Auburn Sin.'inn. M. V. I'..i
syth and II Him. . republicans, and
It. U Foreman and Dr. A. 11, Kehr,
c!tliens' ticket. Charlns II Knnls,
present In,mill. and Oliver All
dnrson, police Judgn, havo filed II ■ II
names an .mull.lnt. for city attor
ney.
John ll— la without opposition
for re-election as city clerk, and A.
M Anderson and I. I Morgan an
ii,.line*] themselves for city treas
urer.
t 11. I.lpiiln.olt who has been
councilman from tin. Pint ward.
will be a candidate, in tb« Second
this year. G«orge M Walsh, repub
ii. .in. and O. P. Tegardln and I' X
lilbeaii, citixtma' ticket, will contest
the nomination.
Tt'«'U< are thn-e candidate* In
the First ward—J. Ii Alden. repub
lican, an.l V. II Chamberlain and
W. I. l|,.ff.'i)i!< formerly city en
gineer, ■ ltl»*ri» ticket. K. W. in ill
and Charles Saytos, republican*, are
after the nomination In the Third
ward, as Couucllman Unite la seek-
Ing th* mayoralty.
U. 11.Tt01.11. republican, has an
nounced that ho Is a .midldnt.. fnc
; re < i.-.ti.in aa rounrllnian at large.
: and T. W. Morgan, republican, has
ftied for the same off!..- X L> I'ur
Ixh haa filed aa a candidate for
councilman at largo on the cttlxens'
ticket.
The counctlmen who«« term* of
ofrice do not expire Include N. V.
Atkins. Ktrst ward, Charte* Hal*'.
Hwond ward, and C C. Conner.
Third ward
jr-nd^rlnß Justice to an honest man
Hurrah for Mr. Ilouillon for mayor!
EDITOR BTAft: If an honest
man gets Into city* offlcn be Ii
kicked out of office because he -II!
not wrung or defraud bis brother
man
I think th«> peopla should. step
forward and demand that Mr. lloull
l»n b* reulnod In ff_
It anyone baa to go M It be the
mayor. I f.-..| like •Inning hallelu
jah to th- work Th. Star la doing.
Connt on mx A TAX PAY Kit.
EDITOR STAR: Pl-a»- allow
, tui- to commend you on th.' stand
'you haw- Uken with referenc* to
Mr. llonlllon and bis dlimtsaaL I
do not know th« lat» rtntrnd
•nt of publlr tttUlUea, but I do
•now that h- s««med to b* trying
to do bis duty in a hard place; and
It la my bumble opinion that thoi
city lost tb« very best official It
has had In 10 years when tbe mayor
dta.-harK.ri Mr itnulllon
I find a icri-at many who feel the
same war. and who freely express
th« opinion that Th« Bur Is fight
ing on the right side.
J. M JUBTICH
! hies mil mi
_■ (Conelurfrfl.)
Abat^o No runs, no bits, no M*
' rora.
; Sixth Inning,
1 • tntUburg — Crawford crabbed
Gibson'* fly. Ms4*> flow to Cobb.
- tlynw went oat. III) •* to Hush to
T. Jones, No run*, no hit- uo er
rors.
Detroit—D. Jones t 11!" dto i;tb
son. K«ab sttiKlod to left Cobb
forced fluftb. Wagn.-r to Mill.-r
Crawford forced Cobb, Miller to
Wagner. No runs, one bit, do er
rors.
Seventh Inning.
IMttabtirK — l>'arh (lew to ("raw
, ford. Will>-ta threw Clarkn out at
first. Wagner alnjrjed to Irft cett
, it. making bis third hit In t_TM
■ time* up Wagn<-r went out trying
to stfal second. S< hniliit to liush,
, No runs. im>- hit. M errors.
i Detroit—tHilehanty doubled, mak
ing his third hit Moriarty wa«
i safn when Ahat'in dropped Miller's
i assisL Tbe claim wan made that
■ Moriarty Interfered with Abatrtn,
but It wan not allowed. T. Jones
singled, scoring Delehanly. Schmidt
foulr>d to liyrae. Mclntyre batted
for Wlllets, but only succeeded In
' faiinlliz I). Jones bunted safnly,
flllliiK th« !>»»•■«. Iluth nliijtl«-d,
scortns Moriarty and T. Jone*.
Cobb «I:ik1"(1. ... iiiiiiK Davy Jonea.
(Crawford popped to Abstain, four
run*, five hits, one error. Worka
succeeded \\ |]|.i-
Eighth Inning.
Pttt.bure—Miller fanned. Ah
ktcln doubled to right center. At
I—l—l point rain began to fall. Wil
son w.-nt out. Works to T. Jone*.
Gibson fouled to Hrhnil.lt No runs,
, on., hit, no error*.
Detroit — li.li'hanlv w«-nt out.
Miller to Absteln. Moriarty walked,
but waa put out trying to steal «<■<■•
•nil. Gibson to Wagner. Wagner
iiia<l«> a phenomenal catch of tho
: bad throw. T. Jones walkod.
Schmidt flew to Clarke. No runs,
no hits, no error*..
Ninth Inning.
("Illslnn-it X 1.1.1. fanned, llyrne
slniclnd to '. i.'. i and I ■ .<■ h doubled
to I..ft - I'lnrk.- fll>»d to right and
llyrnc ecorcd. Wagner singled,
scoring Leach. Waener atolo MO.
ond. Miller lined to COM Cobb
madn a m-iisntloiiiil catch, retiring
the »ld<- Two runs, tl.r*-.1 bits, no
errors.
H.trolt MnlHn batted for Works.
Mllllll) fanned. I) Jones was safe
in Abnteln's error, liiitth was safe
on Hymn's low throw. Cobb dun
111. to rlKlit. scoring Jonos. Craw
ford went out, Wngner to Absteln,
Hush aeorlnt and Cobb going to
third. IMi'lmiiiy lined to Clarke.
Two runs, one hit. two error*.
Final Score.
R. h.e.
PittsburK 8' 11 3
Detroit 8 10 4
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• *
* WATER SHUT OFF. *
* *
' * Water will bo shut off In *
* the district • north of Green •
* La—M and between M. mil.in *
* and WaJUnjcford ays., Indus- *
• iv.', on Ttiiutility, October 18, ■
* from 1) a m to 5 p. tn. *
'i • tM'M»i(l(X> ii»i< ■ *
' \ riWr* 4 ¥ * 4 * ♦ +++9+*
'■ inlaTaHiaVali-iftkinaßiiaftii lllii fhllHlAl ■■■ iln laJlialtfl lat I ■■■ffl -J- *■ ■•--» - *
MISS EVA BOOTH IS
COMING TO SEATTLE
MIIS EVA BOOTH.
Miiis Kvu Itooth. head of the Salvation Army of America and
on* of the famous women <•( the country, will lie In Bealtlo Octo
ber 31, to Inspect the army here.
She will start her western trip at In-* Moln.ii October 14 and
visit all th.- larger cities from there to the coast.
CORNELL STILL
PROMISES BUI
sis AWAY
Shifty Orator It Just a*
. Liberal With Promises
* at Ever About Giving
Himself Up.
It-try Walton Corn*!!, spellbind-
W. l«w>-r mill th.- • hnmpion break- j
or "I iU!«-» m Hit Justice, Id at til vi ry
much at large tote) with the proa
ecuting Attorney's sleuths still in |
lIIIM but futile pursuit. Mr <<>rn.<ll
in simply nut there when th» Mrutlm
arc on tin- spot. Ho appears to
li»v»> an unlimited sapply of other
spots. and ail with good telephone
connection.
Today Mr Cornell Inform**
I'hlllp Tworoger over tne telephone
thai he was prepared to < <>ro« In
•ml *iirn-n<!>r. but li- has rharijtii!
his mind so frequently about rom
ing In that no receptions ar<> l>.-in«r
planned for him.
Cornell's Inability to tret ball Is
the run*.- of his elu»l*«>n««iiii. and
also the cause of considerable »!>•■<■•
illation among his acquaintance*.
<•firri.ll has a targe mini! of
friends In the liquor business, mrii
whnw friendship Is noil often
proven by "going ball." When' Co
rnell opin'-<l overtures with »«>m<- of
tht'x*' •>•• was nn-t by a general r«
fnsal.
on- salnon man said:
"1 like Cornell and would willing-
Iv help him out. Hut I got my Up
10 stay out of 'lit* business, and I
know which sid« my bread Is but
tcired on."
Sov.ral other saloon men evaded
tin' rlvlhk of ball on tt>» same enig
matic grounds, and th<n> la a gen
eral suspicion that there Is mum
thing behind the search fur Cornell
beside* i Ik- extortion complaint.
'LAD WHO WOULDN'T CHEAT IN
SCHOOL WOULDN'T LIE ABOUT POLE'
FRANK M. BROWN AND PIN PICTURES OF SOME OF THE
THINGS HE REMLMUf MS ABOUT THE BOYHOOD OF
EXPLORER FREDERICK A. COOK.
WARM TRIBUTE PAID TO DR.
COOK BY GRAY HAIRED BUSI
NESS MAN WHO WAS EX
PLORER'S BOYHOOD PLAY
MATE. "HE WAS JUST A NOR
MAL, HONEST, AMERICAN
BOY.
HAN nUNCIWSO, (><i II II
|,',.- ( j Co.p|< il\» 111 IlilH dIKI'IM .'ll'tl
i hi' Noiili I'olc, h" hiis A hoy who
„!>.' rh.ntlnn at H<'honl. »t
work or hi play, will mil grow Into
I n,ii■■ who woiihl iht'ilt 111 Mm tite'%
win k "
GOADS DEATH
BRINGS BARS
FOR WINDOWS
City Hospital Will Have
Two Guards on Duty
Until the Wards Have
Been Made Safe.
In view of the fart that the rllv
authorities late Satnrday night let
the contract for placing Iron bars
on thi windows of th« City hospital,
l>r. J. C Snyder. county coroner,
baa dispensed with an tiuinMt over
(!:■• body of Thomas Goad, the po-
Jlre chauffeur, who leaped to bis
d<atb early Haitirdar morning.
"(load's death has rnn*<-.l prompt
action'on the part of thr author!-
Mm," saH Dr. Snyder today. "In
addition to placing Iron bars on tin
windows of the City hospital, pitdd«*d
cells In tli- city all a* welt as
the hnsplfaj will >'- Immediately
iimtalli-il According to the con
tract let Saturday night, Ihe Iron
ham must be In place within the
next 12 days. To prevent a pos
sible recurrence of just such trait
rtll»-» aa resulted In the death, of
Goad, two guards will 1..- placed
111 the wards <•( the City hospital
day and niKht until the windows
are barred."
ROW OVER WHISKEY IS
CAUSE OF SHOOTING
Prank Rosa was brought In from
Ulack Diamond this morning by
Dpputy Hh^rlff Tom X Davta for
the shooting of Antonio Venderlla.
The shooting occurred hint night,
following a dispute as to wbo
should pay for more liquor. \
That Is I In* comment on tin*
Poary-Cook controversy of a man
who was a playmate of l>r Cook
when I ln> great explorer was a hap
py, healthy schoolboy In Uriioklyn.
N. V He Is Frank, M. Urown, a
prominent Sun Francisco broker.
"My most distinct recollection of
Cook," Bay* tin' grny-halred Imihl
MH man, "Is of his energy and lion
esty. Wo attended th* public school
together in Brooklyn nearly 30
yoars | UK", and, I , became , Krnatly
iiltit' hiil to thn straightforward lad.
I caunot recollect.the 11 timi- (if Ihi'
school, right now, or tIM district it
was In, but I hnv« never forgotten
Cook. A* a bojr, ho was absolutely
hlhivh (ill— or deception. lll
was M 'ri>i)ily K'»»ly.' either. Ha
WHH I in- DUtch of any boy In lll'
hi hiKil In ii luhnlo, nml tin' iiiHHlcr
of inn of tli'in. 11l- was Ktialclit,
that Ih all. If be didn't have hU
(canon*, ho Ini-,-.. r| and made tin
lent of 11. If M ii 111 ho luidn't
t..ii.|i,,| i|,,. (><<)<. If be had missed
I know In- would have said i" Mid
would liiiv mini.- ii,. inn.i of that.
That 1* Cook.
'Tin- iliHpniihi-H show," Drown
continual, "th»( Cook, the Minn, la
as inmli-Ht M Coot Hi'- hoy Id- wax
never the bragging kind of boy,
though In- had many excuses for
being boastful. ii' i-rnll.-il In out
of door sport*. Hockey was his fav
orite. Yon mm, he liked the Ice «vrn
them. Ho was thoroughly at 1,1111,'
on skates. N.-xf in skating, I think
Cook llk<-d wrestling. Ah a lad, 1,1
was hllHkliT than thn most of us
and I remember many I bard fall
I received at his hands.
'•While Cook was • serious boy,
he bad 111 - saving s«ns<»—humor.
Ho was always n "ly with ■ laugh,
nil if MM Joke were on him. I
have m-i-ii mm photographs of his
arrival from iii.- north. I notice
that th.- laugh Is mill with him.
"Cook wa* not so very much dif
ferent from other boys. He was
a normal, strong, healthy, boncst
American boy.
"To ■ '-. mind the fact 'hat ho baa
said that »■•• baa discovered the
Dole is sufficient."
MAYBE THIS WOMAN
WAS WISER THAN
ARRESTING OFFICER
ACCUSED OF SELLING LIQUOR.
SHE MAKES FRIENDS
WITH WITNESS.
• Although Bert Me Doe secured it,.
evidence which resulted In the ar
rest of Mrs. Anna Peterson, pro
prietor of a lodging bouse at First
■v. and lull mi last night. she
heaped coals of fire upon his head
by depositing ball when be was
about to be locked up as a witness.
\l' ll<->\ with all the Instincts of
an amateur detective. Informed Pa
trolman Tommy Wright last night
that he Just ki. m Mrs. Peterson
was selling llqnor at her lodging
house*. .M01t... then went to Mrs.
Peterson's lodging house and pur
chased the liquor. With On- liquor
an evidence. Patrolman Wright
th«»n arrested Mrs. Peterson. At
police headquarters abe was ran
p«-ll»-.l to deposit $100 ball. She was
Just ■tiuut to depart when she over
heard that McOee would be locked
up as a witness because h« did not
happen to have $10 ball. Mrs.
Peterson requested that she be al
lowed to deposit the money The
request was granted. Moth left the
station together.
Now th« question Is, will Mcßee
show up for Mrs. Peterson's trial
or will be let her 10 be forfeited
and as M.ii... Is the principal wit
ties*, will Mrs. Peterson be convict
ed If Mr-lice Is not present?
* *
* BANK CLEARINGS. *
* Seattle. .... .. ..*
• ClearinKs today . .st.4H.tM.n *
* ■•■laiim 189,914.23 *
* Ticortu. it
• a««rinKs today |1.1I9.C«O .
♦ .m!anc«-« . , 130,221 *
* Portland. *
• Clearing today $1.944,8g6 •
* HolaiK. h 125.981 •
* *
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Jacob ■••.' tic. n rl.-rk at lh<> clear
Rtand in ih'- Amrrlcan cafe. i!i.-.l In
th« Par in,: ii»ii-l. Sccofid ay. H. and
Main ft. yvntrrdtf afternoon from
hemorrhajr* of the brain. Ludwlg
leaven m brother, at X ->;h<ll, Mont.
Th« body will bo shipped there.
WESTLAKE MARKET SPECIALS
I iirmrn.' "nIU- For lur-<l»j,
Vr.liKTAHl.KH—<irevn onions. 1 1 nirti
- * far &■■, wal^ri !*•*«. fcr tmmh; carrot*.
i l»unt h»-« for '•> . pumpkin*. »c au*l l<Jr
**< 1> iwar mpit*. 4 pound* for ?&«•; *.
bum-hea radishes for *>• : celery *o atalk;
i»lil.«l», Sr ■ tamd: !»i'H. 3 bum hn for
(<*; """in, lOr ilon-ii; |»t|jtiv«*i 14 iH»un-l«
for Ise; aweet potatoes. 4 pound* f r
It'r; tiimmnM. 5< a pound; lettw*. I
head* fur £.■ . W}us»h. 6c anil 10c ruli;
I package* V oau for ;;.. noi. It
povmla for II ***. sack flour. $!.&«; coca,
1 r«na for t&r; \69 pountja polaiuea for
We; 4 pound* n»vy b*«na lor lie; drtvd
l*ru»#«. 3 pound* fur Z&C
I til it —I'anuliiurx. 1 far lac: l.ulier
pfrara, Z*o a doxen; arnipva. be pound;
nut*, ISc iw.un.i; OallfornU irapN. He
« ha*ka<; MM naval oranjeoa, lir a tloc«n;
nmal! eranirea. 10# a do**n; btntnii, ifcc
a doson; rrank#rrl4»a, 10c a quHrt; apples.
'■ {HMiii !• far t»c; Itarilatt pear* I>c a
ili».f>n; pruaaa. T&a a crata; limiune
pt^ichaa, it Kit a bos.
IIIIJ HMTI:-m;v -lli)mr-m»li> dosch
naia, ll« a draion; kom*-ma4l# )*Uv ralla.
l»c. chow-r»ioir. 10<- lilnt:; ««.rl (.IrHlaa.
Ueptali. Imported Uuwn ollvaa. lie a
Pint
I 101 l SmHi>. I pounds far Me: nl
m..n |« poun4: hallbui. t pound* tar
tftc; vaifir*. !l« * dot««i; ojritarm. IQr «
pint: milk riah, 10.- a pound; black i.««»
: pounda fat if-* , <;*-mii.»ii cod. to a
pnund: naatcrn I *tt>r«. CIo a can: rork
? DID YOU SHOP AT "V
Wcstlake Public Market f
On Saturday
IF YOU DID, you helped to make up the largest mill best satis
fled crowd that ever visited a public market In Seattle. IF YOU
DID NOT, your friends did. and they will tell you All about It.
Coma ami MM for yourself and do your shopping here through the
weuk. You will find spcclttU each day.
Tuesday will li, SPECIAL TEA AND COFFEE DAY.
lii- suro in.l visit .-ill booths and take advantage of tho best
bargains they have to offer.
IT'S SO CONVENIENT one block off I'ik- it.
Tin' taxi delivery will deliver 10 ordinary packages for 10 cents
to any pnrt of the City.
West Sake Public Market
WESTLAKE AND PINE FIFTH AND SIXTH AVB.
Business Bringera. Star classified ads. Buy or
sell real estate, etc.
0
NO POMP
CEREMONY
FOR BRYAN
"The Second Citizen of the
Land" Will Arrive in Se
attle Early Tomorrow
Morning.
* *
* How Bryan will spend the *
* day named In bis honor: *
* 7:10 a. in.—Arrive In dty *
* and go to Hotel Washington ♦
» for breakfast. ♦
* 9:3o—Leave hotel for expo- *
* sltlon grounds. *
* 12:15 p. m.-Luncheon In his #
* honor at New York Building, *
* J:3o—Attend exercises In ♦
* Natural Amphitheatre, where ♦
» he will deliver bis lecture, *
* "Th* Average Man." U*l
* 7:20 —Deliver a political ad- *
* dp-nit In Auditorium. *
* 9:oo—Witness fireworks at *
* foot of Pay Streak. ♦
* 8:30 —Attend reception blv- *
* en to him and Mrs. Bryan In *
* Washington State Building. *
* *
««#«**««¥«¥¥¥¥¥«
William Jennings lirynn, no
l>aiii<>l by his wife, will arrive
in Seattle at 7:10 o'clock tomorrow
morning to participate In the fes
tivities arranged for the celebra
tion of Bryan Day at the A.-V.-P.
exposition tomorrow.
The Commoner will be met at
the King st. depot by a com mi
tee composed of the following:
George K. Ryan, chairman of th«
democratic reception committee;
B. C. Cheasty. C. G. H<-ifn<-r, James
A Dummet and George Murphy,
The reception committee, which,
will have charge of the celebra*
tlon. Is composed of George I*
Hyan. chairman; Alfred Battle,
Ooorge Murphy. George V. Cotter.
111. J. M Hawthorne, A It Ernst
and C. 0. Helfner.
There will be no street par ad
of any kind to mark Bryan's ai>
rival, as the commute* decided
that such a demonstration might
affect the exposition In an unfa*
volatile way.
YDUTHS STRDNGBLUFF
FAILS TO SAVE HIM
Harry Rirhel. a youth of 19. with
a desire to emulate • deputy riff,
and who carried all of the too
Tiftnalljr carried by inch gentry, til
arrested by Deputy Sheriff Luther
Milts last night, after the former
hail put up m bluff worthy of a dip
lomat The boy was pointed out
to Mill* Id the Duchess aaloos.
Third ay and Main at.. as having
at different times flourished a iron
and liraKKlntt of his commission
from Sheriff Hodge.
Mills approached Rlebel and ask
< -1 him If ho was an officer.
"Sure, I am." was the answer.
Hut when aisked for bis commit
slon, he failed to find it, and «mo
took Mills to his home near tile
entity, where he said be had
it in bis desk. For an hour the
boy put up a bluff of hunting for
a commission. Finally hi- was ar
rested and brought to th« jail.
His hearing wilt be bad tomorrow.
New Tammany has stolen
| Its rival's name, the Civic league,
and Hearat must find another.
ntd. ? pound* for Sic; prrrh. 1 pound*
for 11c; herring, 3 for Sac; amokvd bar*
ring. - for tc
Ml:\r-ii..i:in« h««r. te a pound;
round aleak. t*c a pound: alrloln ataak.
11 He pound; hantbttrxar ataak. 1 pound*
for IS*-; homa-mad* aauaa^a, 2 pounds
for 2&c; chuck aleak. 1 pound* for Sir;
' Baratoca lamb chop* and Krrn- h lamb
thup*. t-c « i»ound; corn be*f. '■*•' pound;
porlerhatu* atralt. ltc a pound: Circle W.
Ips of lamb, l&c a pound; pot roast Se.
li:\ \M> fill IKK nnniilHw in,
i ?1< a pound; ooffwe, l*e a ponnft; trip)*
J I—IBM extracl. l-ounr# botll* for Ifict
i Llpton'* tea. >*r half pound, I poond r.ftc.
H«):«i Uanten raffe*. i iMHin.la for lie.
! RnKllah Br«*krs«t tra. Me a pound; Pri
vate Batata roffe*. SSc a pound; cocoa,
lie a can.
in 1 it ir. i:i;i.s AND rilF.EXß—Re
attle creamery. S pound* for T(c: Wash
iniii'in rrramery butter, 2 pound* for T(e;
ranch kuitor. I*l . lir. (Or in! 4te a
pound; rt». Me. 15c, <«<■, 41. mad »«<-.
Btrirlly freaH; < hr«»(M«. see a pound; I'ri
moat, l&c «. pound; ajnat cheeee. 40c a
pound; '■*'< Imiip. lfir ami Ha a can.
ii urn, i;ii'.~h*«|, i».,*. s&c a
butii'h. ,
See the Marathon races n>-9»
Sunday at Dugdale'a park. Henri
Si Yves, Johnny Hayes, Tom Long
boat and others. •••

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