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FOR CARNIVAL "Golden Potlatch 87" Is the official nante of Seattle's annual carnival The honor and prise will be divided by Miss I'earl V. Unrtt of 1407 K 46th st, this city, and l.elgh D. Bruckart, newspaper man. \ both of whom suggested the name chosen. The Uolden Patlatch will open July 17, the annlversar> ot i the day the steamship Portland ar ! rived from Alaska hearing the first | big shipment ot gold froin V'.i-->.i The committee In charge of! •electing the name decided on tin ; suggestions of Mr Bruckart and and Miss Itwrtt. after considering more than 5,000 names s. nl In from every city In the Northwest and the Pacific Coast. The committee added the figures, " "S7" aud a sub title. "A Hot Time In a Cool l'lace " The official button bearing the car nival name will be sold at fl each j the bearer to be enrolled as a slock bolder In the Carnival Aasoclatlon ' The buttons will be Issued In numerical order. LUDOVIC INDICTED I,udovlc Dallaglovanna. known as one of the pillars of the red light district and part owner of the Alaskan saloon. was arrested Saturday afternoon and placed under tri.OOt) ball on an Indictment returned attains* him by the grand Jury for Jerjury before the council investigating committee last fall Dallaglovanna told the council men that he had no Interest in the Sixth av, hotel and that he re ceived none of Its profits. The grand Jury returned another indictment just before It adjourned until April 17 by permission from Judge Main. YEGGS USE AUTO (by I Dllrtl Pr»«ft > HEALDSUI'RG, Oai, April 3 — Dynamiting the Healdsburg post office early today, robbers obtained 13.00U In money and stamps Alarm j ed by the explosion. Night Watch man Dewitt came upon the robbers! Just as they were climbing into an automobile after the Job waa done Dewitt opened fire, which was re turned by the yeggs, who sent a few shots at the watchman as they fled. Dewitt thinks he hit oue RACE RIOT (By (nited Prfit I LAUREL, Del . April 3-Anti negro feeling is made Intense here today as the result of Saturday night's raid, when the negroes killed one white man and wounded several in a pitched battle. Scores of deputies are on guard today over the negro quarter to prevent the friends of Oren Stockley, who was killed in the affray, from burning that section of the town Ttoree j rioters have been arrested. MOORS IN REVOLT IB) I allf-4 Pr**i I TANGIER, Morocco. April 3 — Sultan Mulal liafld today la a pris oner In his own palace and rebel* surround Kit. proclaiming Mulal Ismail, Hafld's brother, sultan In his stead. A hot fight la expected today between the adherents of the two rivals. The throne will hang on the result ALSO IN TURKEY. ROME. April 3.— Information was received at the qulrinal today that 15.000 Albanians are In revolt against Turkey and that 60.000 more are on the point of taking up arms Montenegro and liulgaria are reported to be encouraging the rebels and serious complications In the near east are feared. BLIZZARD CHICAGO. April 3—With five Inches of snow In the city and more than seven inches In the outlying districts In the last 24 hours. Chi cago and the Great Lakes are In the grasp of a blizzard Farmers say the bllzxard will greatly benefit crops, but It Is fear ed that it has done great damage to early fruit The charitable Institutions are doing a rushing business. Was It Murder? NEW YORK, April 3.—While playing on 125 th st. last evening, two boys found a cigar box con taining the right hand and left foot from the body of a man. A gold ring bearing the Initials "A. F." en circled one of the fingers, and a few bits of paper containing heavy English scrawls were found In the cigar box. The police are working on the case. BOOKER T.'S ASSAILANT DEMANDS SPEEDY TRIAL NEW YORK, April 3—Promising to prove his Innocence and urging a speedy trial, Henry l.'lrlch ap peared In the court of general ses sions today and pleaded not guilty to the charge of having assaulted Booker T Washington, the negro educator Washington has prom ised to press the charges against Ulrlcb. The trial probably will come up next week. TAKE LONG TRAMP. The Mountaineers yesterday be gan their walk at Redondo. where they were joined by Tacoma mem j hers. The tramp led through 121 miles of woods and ended with an | out-door lunciufcn. NEVADA CITY. —The largest J laundry here began today on an | eight-hour day for the women em ; ployed, to meet the requirements of 1 the law passed by the last leglftla ture, but which does not go Into effect for two months. OPENING OF THE ENUMCLAW LINE OF THE CHICAGO, MIL WAUKEE & PUGET 80UND RAILWAY. Commencing Sunday, April 2, 1911, through passenger trains will be run between Seattle and Ettutit claw via Moncton on the following schedule: Enumclaw dally 7:45 a m., Moncton 8:50 a m., ar rive Seattle 10 20 a. m. Ixave Seattle dally 6:05 p. rn , arrive Moncton 7:40 p. ra., arrive Enum claw 1:50 p. m. These are the only through passenger trains without change between Seattle and Enttm claw. ••• SALESMAN IS SUICIDE K D. Jardlne, a Kliubnll piano representative, in the city about ! 10 days, committed unhide last Sat unlay evening In his room at the I Holland hotel by firing a revolver! Into his right temple The body , was not found until shortly after | i noon yesterday, when It wus taken to the Butterworth morgue by Dep-1 utv Coroner Andy 11111. who Is now making an effort to find the rela lives of the deceased reprc*entatl\es of the Kim I I>all firm, with which Jardlne had j I been associated for IK years, are > unable to account for the cause of | his act The hotel lerk says he was uot drinking, Jardlne was unmarried and his home was In New York city. The piano firm has been notified aud the body Is being held here awaiting advices as to Its disposal 140 POISONERS in* tolled rrm.) SAN FRANCISCO. April 3.-— Pro found secrecy is maintained today regarding the arrival here of 140 military prisoners from the Mex ican border yesterday under guard, and who were at once transferred to Alcatrax Island. The prisoners came from San Antonio. Tex . and their escort, under command of Captalu A. H Turner of the 14th infantry, stood with loaded rifles as they were inarched from their train for transportation to Alcatrax All Information today Is refused as to whence the prisoners came or with what offense they are charged. SOCIALIST WINS BERKELEY, Cat, April J—J Stitt Wilson, socialist, was elected mayor by over 200 majority He denies that his election was brought about by disgruntled poli ticians. NEGRO LYNCHED UNION SPRINGS. Ala. April 3 A. Johnson, a negro, accused of assaulting Mrs. J Butts, of Ooshnn. was taken from the Jail here today and lynched, before the troop* ar rived from Montgomery. FIRE TACOMA, April 3.—One hundred , and thirty-five men are out of *m- ! ployment at Elbe, as ths result of a fire which last night destroyed the 1 Elbe Lumber snd Shingle Com pany. The loss is estimstsd at $100,000 with $30,000 insurance. It had a daily capacity of IM.OOO feet of lumber and 150.000 shingle*. KID M'CULLOUGH BACK WITH US Unlike one Jeffries. Kid" Mc- Cullough "came back," though he wished It not Special Agent Jo seph F. Warren of the Alaska dis trict, came with him from Clayton. N. Mex McCnllough. while detained In the King county Jail awaiting trana portatlon to Nome, where he la to be tried for robbery, calmly walked out one balmy night by way of the kitchen door. He waa traced to New Mexico through his own let ters. and Warren nabbed him at the Clayton postofflce, Japs Are Tractable. WASHINGTON, April 3.—Cables from Tokto, the result of hurried exchanges between the Japanese ambaasador and the foreign office of Japan, were received here today. I which declare that Japan will ex pedite in every way possible the proposed Anglo-American arbitra tion agreement. SEATTLE IS SOLID. "Seattle could no more fall to pieces than walls of solid rock, nor bars of steel," said Rev W. A. Major, at the Bethany Presbyterian church yesterday, "but when we clean house I would make It a 'clean sweep' and advertise our cleanness rather than the different varieties of dirt we find." In line with the plan of consol idating the offices of the Morgan- Guggenheim shipping syndicate, C. A Mr Masters, formerly auditor of the Alaska Steamship company, has been promoted to the position of secretary treasnrer of the Katalla company, the Northwestern Com mercial company and the Alaska Steamship company. Carborundum (T J Qjj Tooi Grin-:»r % % farhorundur Hharpenln* Wbeel; i«tr dri** cap 10 revolution* It hue both knife and •hear r#«t or guide. II 00 Hperkler f'heln Drlvi 4tl In Carborundum Grinder it. 7.1 14 09 I'yfco No I <Kl 'i Carborundum Chain i'rive Grinder ti *.% 15 10 Pjrko Mid**t In Carborun dum Inclosed Gear Grinder fl.lft IS 00 I'yko Peerleia Junior, ftil In •arne f J IW It l» No lit aoo4«ll 41l In Knurr Wheel. Cut G«ar, Doubts Heat Grind •IN _i ■ VfMire for ftargeln* j Spinning's Bargain Store 1415-1417 fourth Av. SEATTLE AND EVERETT BUB -BCRIBERB PLEASE NOTICE. The Star 1» anxious to see that every subscriber gets his or her paper every night. If your paper falls to come by fi o'clock, kindly notify the circulation department of The Star and a paper will be sent to you by special messenger. You can help the circulation de partment when you call up by knowing the number of the boy who carries your paper. You can find this out from one of your receipts. Muln office phones, Main 9400 or Ind 441. Kverett subscribers will kindly notify our Kverett agency of poor service by phoning 382 Z. The same attention will be paid to our Kverett service as to our Heattle service. ••• SWAN SING Of PLYMOUTH With the laat note of the doxol ogy, sung by the rhorua, paatura and a congregation which over flowed the vestibules, the laat ser vice of the old I'lyuioiilh church, at Third av. and University at., waa held last night. I'm 21 years worshiper* have prayed there, and many left last nlKht with teara In their eye* Tim Ivy covered church will soon give KIM In H Ihl'Hlrc IHI till IUK tA he erected by Ale* Pantages. ONLY REPUBLICAN WHO TURNED TABLES ON OEMS He will represent the whole of Nevada In Ihe new congress He also ha* the unique distinction of being the only republican elected from a democratic district In the laat election. Spain's Premier Resigns. MADRID. April 3 Desplt* Premier Canaleja*' retention of his post, after having resigned, the re actionaries today claim a victory over the republican element In Spain It Is reported they threat ened to selte the government If King Alfonso refused to reorganlxe his cabinet. NKW \oKK April 3 It O Bush, president of the Western Maryland railway. It Is announced, has succeeded tjeorge J, Gould as president of the Missouri Pacific railway, at a salary of 1100,000. Sole Agents: Dunlap Hat*. Heath's (Ixindoni Hat*. Mark Cross Gloves Dr. IMmel's Underwear. Dr Jaeger's Underwear. Cheasty's Haberdashery Second Avenue at Spring Street HEY MPAN that the Moving Train ha* auto f matically protected itself from a collision. No ■ • M train will follow it onto the block of track it occu pies. The (ignals are (et automatically. At the train enter* a new block an electric circuit it broken and tha arms of the semaphore fly outward, signalling all comers to "STOP." They remain »et until the train passea to the block beyond. The System gives perfect protection Any defect or acci dent to the electric system, a broken rail or an open switch, will break the current and set the semaphore at "STOP." A train cannot etner a block that i* not safe in every way. The Electric ttlock Signal and the exclusive use of Steel Coaches make our system most uniting to those who demand safety and comfort when they travel. 0.-w. r. & n. coL-nsLsr* O. S. L. and Union Pacific E. E ELLIS, Gen. A|jt., L. E. GILBERT, I) T. A. 716 Second Av. First Av. S. and Dearborn. Tel. Main 932; Ind. 1995. Tel Main 7378; Ind 2623. W. D. SKINNER General Freight and Passenger Agent. THE STAR—MONDAY, APKIL 3. 1911. 3 SALOON MEN QUIT Actuated by a ilealre lo Ret out of Ihe saloon bualnc** for varloua reanona, three well known liquor dealers have dlnpomil of tbelr place* of business, .!atnea W. Morrison'* *»liH>n. at Second nv and t'nlvoralty at , aold out to J .1 (Hcotly) Wrguaou fnt a figure not named. tlarlcy 1. William* aold out lilh aland at 812 Klrat nv to I. M Itul*. a lliiuor man, for 127.000 William* and Ilia brothers. "Htub" ami "Oa," will go to llarncy county, Or., to loithage their 1,000 acre *lock ranch. ('apt. j 8 llolloiik. whose saloon • t 110 Jame* at baa ln«eO the head quarters for seafaring men, aolil out to hla partner, Ma* Hchubarh including thi< lea*e, Uollotig* placo I* valucil at 125,000, ONE KILLED BY BLAST Samuel Tumra. mine superintend ent. Taylor. Instantly killed lami a It Miller, vice president of the Denny Kenton Clay and Co*l <"o and general superintendent. Ilf In* at Wild wood atatlon, on the old Kenton line, aerlotialy Injured. John Keenan, local manager, serl oualy Injured William Ijiwton, mlna foreman, Taylor, severely brulwid. These are the reault of an e* I ploatun In the Denny Kenton Clay | and Coal Co '* mine at Taylor laat Saturday afternoon, cau*»d by Su perintendent Tomea stepping on a alow blast, left by men on the day »hlft. who had gone oat through another entrance without meeting Tomea and ula party. Tome* leave* a wife and two children at Taylor DIE# REFUSING TO TILL WHO SHOT HIM HAN FRANCISCO. April 8.~ Death today »ealed forever a p* collar shooting mystery when Kollln 1 Patterson. SB. a I'etaluma merchant, died from a bullet wound. Until the hour of hla death he waa conscious, j but at all time* refused to make , anjr c>planatlon of how he received hla wounds. An Illustrated lecture on the Pa* alon I'lav of I>lo wa* given by Or B L Whitman yesterday afternoon lat the Y w C. A $18 Benjamin Suits Something unu*ual for Al fred llenjatnln * Co. to make clothe* to Mill at thl* price, but at our request, ar.ri to meet a popular demand, this new lift line waa created The spring models are exact coplea of the higher-priced garments and con* In a splendid variety of beautiful new fabrlca. Including plain blue •<>ra«* Their true worth la lio and 132 50 A gineroua concession b) the maker* enable* u* to # 4 O price them at Special model* for young men See the window*. flenjamln Sulfa and Over coat* 91 H to (i 15 SOCIALIST CONGRESSMAN OUTLINES HIS ATTITUDE WASHINGTON, April II Victor |„ Hi t kit, Ihe Wlaconnln him lallat member, the flrat to be elected lo t1««* U. H cnngrcaa, tiwlay khvh the United i'reaa an outline of III* |m>l |rv he enpecta to follow during thn pre»cni Hmtilon (BV VICTOR L. HERGER .) (if course. I reallre tliut I itrti otilv one oangreanman anions: nearly *H0 In the two hnuNen, iind I <I<> liol exiwct tn i•» vol<itli>nlko tln< country j ■tlrtKl* bunded lint heruuae I rep renenl 600,000 voters, I have a rlnht to expect to get a chance lo oxplalti 1- Til IN 11l l'illt DIIIKCTORY KI NS I VkllV MONDAY. IN YOUR AD HKHKT our point of view on Important menaurea. In common with aortal l*t leglalntors tb« worlil over, I ■hail aupport every mean urn, no matter by whom It may be Intro | duced, that la Intended to give greater polltlral freedom and ect>- nomlc security to the working claaaca that la Intended to aafe guaid tin luilers. tolllin: umnen and ! children from the failorlen. or to loaaen thn Imrileii* and misery of lb* workers and add to their com , fort. A Hindoo proverb nays not to strike a woman. »r«n with a flower. Seattle, Wash., April 1, 1911. Seattle Star: v Gentlemen: lam pleased to say that ad. in Repair Directory has brought results as per advertisement, as well as for fishing supplies •and baseball goods. Respectfully, 1111 First Ave. A. L. HALL. SAY YOU SAW IT IN THE STAR HENRY IN FRISCO AFTER CHILDREN SEARCH IS ON Kl< J'AHO. T«* . April Mayor Marlines today ordered the police to make «*vory effort to tpprnlii'm) the peraona reaponalble for th« ei ploalon of three bomha In ('alii- 1)1 nlilo, Cludad Juar«*. early Monday rnornltiK. which reunited In the death of Krancl»<o Honora, a f<-d« ral aoldler. and Injury to thr«e other*. DBS MOINKB, la, April :i Tlm moat aevero aleet atorni In yciira la >;<kI"K today over l<<*a 'I ■•!« ».lioik and telegraph wlrea, routed Inrh'-a thick with lee, are down In .all direction* and communication la I practically at a at&ndatlll Cut This Repair plrectllyQul And paste it in a conspicuous place. You'll H need it later, if not now. H HAN rRANCIHf O, April a.~|„ •'•arch of ilia two . lilldnn, who ar« awarded him by Jodn<- Mnwkimt „t Hi-altle, after Ihi' dlvori * which neparated hi in anil hla wife, Albert J. H«nry, a clerk In the H<atti« National hank, arrived here today and MiiiKht aid In hi* qu't from tha local police Henry claim* that a luovi-mmt la on foot to hurry hla children from the Mate Into Mexico. Hl* at. torney claim* that the children are In the 'are of a nurae named Ml** W'lckoff Imagine Dr. Mary Walker' In a i modern harem aklrt.