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LOOK AFTER ALASKA ROAD Cabinet Officer Will Qo to Alaaka to Take Charge of Operation#. 200.000 CFXEBRATE Seattle Folks Had Big Time Saturday Night Over New Railroad. Approximately 200,000 people witnessing the parade Saturday night, ami the hi* bonfire at Fourth and lllanchard, which followed, joined enthusiastically In the city's celebration of the Alaska railroad The celebration was marred by an accident In front of the Wash ington hotel. «hen an unmanage able borae, ridden bv I'atrolman H J. Presho, frightened by the ex plosion of aerial bomb*, stampeded into the crowd and Injured alx spectator* Otto Aaktna. 11. 116 Fourth ar. N.; Clara Moat*. S. ISIS Rant Shelby *t ; Ted F Haa*. »S3 Alkl a*.; Harry Wuribacker. 4701 Latona av , Mr*. Jeaale Humphries, 1131 Howell at. The gala atmosphere waa augmented by the receipt of a dispatch that Secretary of ths Interior Lane wilt visit Alaaka thla summer to get busy on tha Alaska railroad oonat ruction. Promptly at 8 o'clock, the "first Alaaka special." with Gov. Lister aa engineer. Mayor 011 laa con ductor. and J. E. Chllberg aa ft re man, made It* way up Second nr., carrying a flat car filled with coal. Tha parade followed, headed by the police bind. Ttllkums, sour dough*. bualne** men. fraternal or sanitations, and a number of sym bolic float*. made up the line, which stretched from Ye*ler way to Plk" at The fire department had 204 men In uniform. The bonfire wa* 40 feat high, and drew thousand* •T spectator* With tha exception of Otto At kins, who baa been removed from tba City hoapital to hla home. tkoM lnjared by tha runaway bona, are la no danger. Ask Ins •offered from Internal hemor rhage. You Can Buy Gold Hill TREASURY SHARES 115 c On* of the richest free milling quartz mines in the famous Willow Creek district, Coolc Inlet, Alaska! 5-stamp mill, going in Wednesday on S. S. Ad miral Evans, will be in operation July 15. Your investment safe guarded by an extraordi nary guaranty. A few dollars may mean a fortune! Call or write today for full particular*. Only a limited number of shares will be sold. HERRIN & RHODES INC., MINING BROKERS Stocks and Bonds 119 Cherry St., Seattle. Mr. Out-of-town Buyer Order your printing by mall from FRANK P. NOLAN I«J7 Fifth Ave. Ha will aaTA you money on all printing orders. An Easy Way to Buy Easter Apparel Just consider how convenient it is to select that New Easter Apparel now and pay for it when you can spare the money. You wouldn't hesitate to buy furniture or groceries on credit, then why do you hesitate, to buy good, dependable, stylish clothing ON CREDIT, when it doesn't cost any more? Credit is the simplest, rasiet and bc-t way to keep fashionably dressed, no matter what your income may be. A small payment down when your selection is made is all that is re quired, the balance in small payments. You're welcome to an account any time—here Get it today. (&>* 1332-34 Second Av. & 211 Union St. Seattle's Reliable Credit House Mrs. Connors and the Countess meUe "Publicity" *ucceed* name of "Exploitation." for Chamber of Commerce burr a u Thirty building* either undtr conatrurtlon or plannml In Soattle'* bu»ln«'** dlatriot. Dean F. A. Coatxe. of Columbia unlverdty, gue*t of local alumni At (am* tifna man raporta losing two checks. another raporta find- Ins three. Annual Campua day obaarvad by Seattle seminary and college Amarlcan achconar W. F. Garms sold at public Auction today. Saattla delegation takaa With- Ington literature to Travelera' In aurance company's golden annl veraary convention at Hartford. Conn . April 1. Mayor and Mre. QUI will be truest* at the Preaa club Thursday night. Struck by train on Salmon bay bridge, unknown man dlee. Pugat Sound Navigation Co. be gin* service May 1 between Seat tie. Tacoma and Victoria. Delavan comet will be vtalM* In Seattle within next five month* say* Prof. 8. L. Boorthroyd. Seattle Ml player* will dam* at Press club Mardl Oraa ball. Hippo drome. Tuesday night. Seattle teal Estate aaaoclatlen holda 10th annual banquet at Waah- Ington Annex Tueaday night Rev. H. H. Oowen preached agalnat Idleness at Trinity Pariah church Sunday. Rainier valley clUena petition for water main extensions Concert to ba given by Scotch club. Oreen Jjak« Presbyterian Meat Prices CUT TOMORROW. TUESDAY fryelco/s MARKETS Aa Follows: Choice Stser 1C» Shoulder Steak I «JU Choleo Shouldar 1C . Pork Staak IUC Choleo Loin Pork OJj« Chops •»••• Rib and Loin 1 Rl» Mutton Chopa I 3C (Thia Mutton la of a superior quality. Try It.) Cholca Pig Pork p Cantar Piacaa OC Cholca Pork Llvor, I ft -3 Iba. for IUC Look lor U. •. Purplo Stamp It algnlfloa purity and quality Shops open until 6:20 p. m. church, at Colman hall, Tueaday, Maroh 31. Dog. which precipitated neigh, borhond row, In Kast Galer district, foil* burglar. Army of WO,OOO neceatary In event of American Intervention In Mexico, thinks 1»r Ira t\ Hrown, f S army aurgeon. Saving souls greater than gold. sa>s lie* M A. Matthew* In *er m»n touching on Al**ka'» prosper ity boom Coroner's Jury finds Chris Olson, whoae body was found In a shallow grave In woods, was murdered Police are searching for thievee who stole Stetaon Tailor's Ford Paestngsra attacked H. M. Say era and I L Knight, crew on SSth av. car at end of line, Saturday night. Autos driven by George Hartlg. 1723 1K lb. and O A Patterson rami together at Hth N E and K tTth st Sunday night llolh were hurt. Seventeen Mountaineer* walked 13 miles In rain Sunday. Roger Alger, mlsalng Orwell. New York boy. aought hem. Rare exhibit of painting* opens In Halllargeon building. Coneelence-etrlcken man, who get extra dollar by wrong ohange at Seattle theatre 1 lyeara ago, r» torn* It. John Sanderson, pioneer, dead. Hundreds heard C W. Chadwtck, Christian Science lecturer, at Hip podrome Sunday "The church which llvss for It self alone has mlseed Its calling.'' said Kev K V. Shayler. In sermon at St. Mark's Sunday Second Royal Mall liner on new run to Seattle, leave* Antwerp to morrow. * KLSCWHKRK * ♦ ♦ "Mother" Jone* on way to Trini dad. Colo. Derail near Indianapolis killed two. Injured five Sevan thoueand at work clearing three-Inch snowfall. New York. Union Stasmahlp Co. plana direct line. Australia and Pacific coast. William Shaipar, St. Louie police man. killed by man be tried to ar rest Chinese Chamber of Commerce. Ran Francisco, wants Immigration laws modified. Mrs. Dudley, M. Spanlah Pork. Utah. sang and danced at her birthday party Two Injured In derailing of Mil waukee train near Chicago. President of Hungarian Indapen. dent party to vlalt America In April Jack Qulnn, veteran Spokane *tage manager, dead Four gunmen at Sing Sing Issue , public letter proiestlng as unjust ! their death verdli t. while Lieut. I lacker Bets a new trial Sylvia Pankhurat. on stretcher, i add reused meeting, Ixmdon. without I ;>ollcb Interference. No dlaturbance In Ulater or Bel fast, Ireland, Hunday. Bngande. Central China, elaugh ter 300. Volcano, Japan, In sruptlon. H. C. Hull, Colorado, appointed on Integrate commerce commission Leonard W. Oliver, Indlsns stste prison, visited by both his wives at •linn time Fire damage* temporary construc tion f'erry $1,000,000 monument. .Sandusky, O. Report Maxim Gorky. Ru**lan author, charged with hlanphemy. Haytlen rebel forcea under Theo dore, suffer defeat at Grande Hiinaln. Treaty with Spain signed. 9pokane democrat* In open fac tional fight. Law prohibiting shootlna Birds of Paradise In Herman New Guinea passed. Oovernment and New Haven line come to term* Six hundred trainmen atrlke on renn*ylvi»nla line. Gen. Caitro, former Venezuela president, found nt Trinidad. Bandit* get jewelry valued at 120,- 000, at HuntlnKton, W. Vn BOY KILLS SELF lt«»f 11 rriln« from church yewterday to build (i fire for the Sunday din ner, Gains Kdward llnrii'iulnt. 16, Alkl ar,, don of Mr, and Mr*. O. B Ramrjillat, took hi* life hy hiifiKlntr hlmnelf with n towel from a door knob Me had lomplalned of aevern headache*. SEEKING JOBS thief of I'ollcn Griffiths, after talklnK to unemployed men at the brotherhood IctiKiie, hna HtiKKcsicd that Seattle citizens should ho char itable cnoUKh to find Home work for the men to do to enable them to get yut of tb« city. i«ti. a l AK—MONDAY, MAKtH 2J, 1914. DID SAVINGS ! OF POOR BUY GIRL A TITLE? 15,000 Lose Money, Girls Go Insane, But the Countess Should Worry. SHE HAS HER PEARLS And Deposits of Workers Buy Polo Ponies for Miss Siegel's Hubby. NEW YORK. March 23.— "My mothtr It a widow and not vary atrong, but aha h»* to waah and Iron for a living. She ha* bean tick In bad alnca laat Thursday with a heavy cold, and wa haven't avan money enough to get a doctor. She thinks If Hanry Slagel knew aha naadad a doctor ha would glva har tha tit aha dapoaltad In hla bank. "I am tha only boy mamma haa, IS yaara old, and whan mamma fall alck I had to laava achool and go to work. I am tha only ona bringing In any thing now. ao for haavan'a aaka try and do something for har. JOHN CONNORS." John Connor*' mother la one of 15.000 people. ail In luodarattt « lr eumalanrca, who loat ibnlr anvlng* Ixx'BMsn (hi* bunking laws of Now York permitted H«nry H!,-*.-! to; take lu 1J.600,000 of deposit* la bla private bank anil u»» every cent of It In bla bualnaaa. with no ao rurltr to the depositor* eirept a $100,000 bond The letter waa written to one of the lawyers for ih« depositors' or-, ganitatlon. Mr# Connors Uvea on tha fourth floor of a Harlem tenement hou»e Her face Is pale from IHn*** and has tha h«-a*y line* of care and privation Though arareely able to get about aha la attain working at tha waahtub. It la reported by a woman who heada an organization of tha de frauded depositors that fire people hava Bona Inaan* aa a result of bating loat every penny they had Mora than a thousand girl* wart thrown out of work by the elo*lng of tha two Hlegvl N'ogel store* But no tuch worry confront* tha Countaat Dantlca da PraMo, daughter of Hanry Slegel. It .waa teveral year* ago that the aiegete announced her engage ment to Count Charle* Oentlce de Fraaeo of Rom*. noted aquae trlan and eporteman and mem ber of one of the oldeet fam ine* In Italy. Tha wedding followed shortly afterward. The term* of the marriage aa> foment were not announced. nor I* tt tlkaly that the accountant* at l work on tha ftlagel book* will erar dlarover Ju»t how much of tha ml** Ing tr«*rl#d arroaa the water to buy pearls for the eounte** and polo ponla* for har eount. DORR WILL DIE TONIGHT; FACES DOOM BRAVELY BOSTON, March 21 —Win A Doit of Stockton, CiL, convicted of murdering hi* uncle, (i*o K Marsh. of Lrnn. awoke In the Charleatown elate prison today from hla last nlght'a sleep on eerth. t'nder tha law, h* m*y be elec trocuted any nlKtit thla week. but It waa the general Impression thai he woold die shortly after mH nl*ht tonight. Though slightly nervoua, he was boating up »*ll. and assured the prison attendants and hla clergy man. the Itev A. 11. Harrlman. that he would face the end courageously. KIDS JOYRIDE A Juvenile Joy ride wm stopped Saturday night when Secretary Putnam arretted Will Jennings, 17, 72* 10th av., on a charge of steal ing the automobile of A II lx>rd. With the hoy were two girls Recant atatiatlca credit the United Siate* with about one automobile for each two mllea of country road. GLASS OF SALTS IF YOUR KIDNEYS HURT Eat Less Meat If You Feel Backachy or Have Blad der Trouble. Meat forma- uric acid, which ex cite* and overwork* the kidney* In their effort* to filter It from the Hyßtoni. Regular eater* of meat must flush the kidney* occasional ly. You must relieve them like you relieve your bowel*; removing all the acids, wa*te and poison. else you feel a dull misery In the kid ney region, sharp pain* In the hack or sick headache, dla/.lno**, your stomach »our*. tongue I* coated and when the weather I* had you have rheumatic twinge*. The urlr.e l« cloudy, full of sediment: the chan nels often g<-t Irritated, obliging you to got up two or three time* dur ing the night To neutralize the*o Irritating acid* and flush off tho body'* url nou* waste, get about four ounce* of Jad Salt* from any pharmacy; take a table*poonful In a gla* of water before breakfast for a few day* and your kidney* will then act fine and bladder disorder* dl«- appear. Thl* famous salts I* made >from the acid of grape* and lemon Julie, combined with llthla, and haa been used for generation* to clean and stimulate Hiugr.lt h kidney* and stop bladder Irritation .lad Halt* I* Inexpensive; haimb hh and make* a delightful, effervescent llthla wa ter drink which million* of men and women lake now and then, thus avoiding snrloua kidney and bind dcr dl»ca«cs. GET THE ALHAMBRA HABIT Long Spring Daysj The Silver T I'he plot is sensational in its velopment with (tome very strong m m _ situations and gripping climaxes, with just enough pathos to make I mi|H|V it interesting. A young surgeon, the central figure, y,nt» through all kll VI lift' UUU that it is possible for a man to encounter and comc out on top. His ° ■ w jf c a foolinh, flighty woman, who loves fashion more than home A 2 Dart drama fea- anil children. The silver loving cup is a means to the happy ending. rx *>"»" » . < >aden, who takes the part of the young surgeon, was with the Famous hiring Leah Baird andpp ayer , un til his recent change to the ( nirersal Leah Baird need • Alexander Gaden. introduction She is as popular a her co-worker, King Baggot. She plays the wife. AT~| tt This is an Eclair drama, a tale of the great wastes when the I die Ul Western part cf America was bei ig settled by sturdy pioneers. An _ Indian, to revenge a beating at the hands of a white man, steals fhp lifiCftfT his little daughter. Year later h i returned to her parents, now *» ( W and Kr>y by a fa(thful o j d hq );iw . There i« an unusual scene in this picture in which the girl is dragged behind an Indian on horse hack and through a river. ■I The world's news this week includes scenes from the terrible St. HnimatCU I/nm fire in the Missouri club, in which thirty men met their . - deaths, and which buried $1,500,000 under its ruins. WPPkIV The president of the United States announces the engagement of WW CCIIIJ hig youllKCgt daughter to Secretary of the Treasury McAdoo. Fashions and a novel trap shooting contest are shown also. The contest was held on the roof of the Grand Central Palace in New York, 250 feet above the ground. There are other news eventa shown. Anothor "Univerael Ike Haa One Foot in the Qrave" is the name of the lat- II a | est from this inexpressible comedian. Ifs long in laughs aa well as UfllVOrSal IHO name. To prove Ma wife's suspected perfidy, ha la brought home in • Comedy I bargain-sale coffin. Developments are quick and fast, for the wWe eWel con solar la the suspected man, Sheriff Butternut. Th e*""r • I JUST SONGS Vdr TNO I But we know you'll enjoy them. (New songs each change of | program ) fek, WESTLAKE m MMMm pine and fifth -1 CHAS. CLANCY BURIED TODAY Funeral services for Charles F Clancy were held In the Church of th" Immnulate Conception at 9 v m. today. II" dl»d In his fioth year Friday at the Providence hos pital from » atroke of paralysis, lie was a member of the city coun rll for aereral years He la aur vlved by hla widow and three chil dren. STOMACH MISERY, GAS, INDIGESTION "PAPS'® DIAPEPSIN" FIXES SICK, SOUR, GASSY STOM ACHS IN FIVE MINUTES Time It' In five minutes all • tomaoh distress will no. No Indl ti-stlon, heartburn, sourness or helchlnc of Raa, acid, or eructation* nf undigested food, no dlti-lness, bloating, foul breath or headache. Plprl Dlapepsln I* noted for Its Kpeed In regulating upset stomach* ll Is tho *ure*t, quickest and most pertain !ndlgc*tlon remedy In the tv hole world, and besides It Is harm le*. Millions of men and women now <-at their favorite foods without foni - they know T'ape's Dlapcpsln will iav« them from any stomach mis fry. l'leaee, for your sake, get a large fifty-cent case of l'ape's Dlapopsln from any drug store and put your itomach right. Don't keep on be.lng nlserable —life Is too short —you are oot here long, so make your stay Agreeable. Eat what you like and dluest It; en.lov It. without dread o? rebellion In the stomach. • l'ape's Dlapepsln belongs In your home anyway. Should one of the family eat something wbJch don't agree with I hem, or In case of an at lack of Indigestion, dyspepsia, ftas Iritis or stomach derangement at jilaytlma or during the tilght, It Is | bandy to glvn the sums! relief known. o CONSIDINE GOES TO MAKE DEAL TO SELL THEATRES Barring rhancea of a slip In plana, the theatrical holdings of the Sullivan & Consldlne circuit will be taken over thla week by Marcua Ijow* and hla associates In the lCast ern chain of houses Manager John W. Consldlne is now on bis wuv to Kansas City, where he will meet representatives of the Lowe Interests, and, as he believes, will effect the sale of the 8. & C. chain to the Knstern men. In the event that n sale Is not made outright, a coalition of the two vaudeville circuits will he dis cussed. The deal is considered the big gest In the theatrical world since tho Percy Williams theatres were bought by the Keith Interests in New York for $11,000,000. ASKS PENSION An old age pension for municipal employes Ih the |iro|idMHl of Conn oilman llesketh. Me has asked that the council nppolnt a commit too to'oonfor with the Charter re vision commission with n view to placing such a provision In the new charter. SHE TAKES GAS I \ KRKTT. Morch 23.- P.-spon doit AVer II! health. Miss Amelia Kaieb.\ugh, 40, (ommltted suicide by Inhaling Kan The pulmoto.- fall id to revive h#r Host ®iodern outalde room*, 25c to 60c. Stewart House, 8U West Stewart—Advertisement. Amusements TP|\Tf\\ I home or the I 1 V ULI HK.II T\ niomi W rrk mmiiiraHai Hondii j. %larrh 2.1 % Hollaing Mualrnl I oinrd) % MIMHTI Ifl >0% Added Attraction*: nil-: it4Tiii\<j .\rMnr.R \ mirtf % lllr. ratkr'a Weekly. Matinee 2.30 Xljfhta 7.1 R. 9 o'clock MhL 10c and lie. Nlghta. lUo and 20c. POLICE PERMIT GIRL TO APPEAR NUDE ON STAGE FARIS, March IS. — Declaring nudity wan all right In the right ptecti, Prefect of Potloe hen n ion refused today to stop Mile. I v>m from appearing "In the altogether" on (ho stage of the Renaissance theatre In thp last act of "Aphro dite." It wan graceful and artistic. Hp Raid, and no in ore to ho objected to than was a nude picture or statute. Those who had asked llcnnlon to Interfere wore surprised at his atti tude. In view of his prohibition last week of nudp dancing in cabarets. GO TO CHURCH TACOMA. March 28—More thart one-third of the population of the city. It Is estlbated. attended divine service yesterday. "Go to Church Sunday." Ministers were enthuslas tie. T«t Cure n Co l«l la 0»r Ony Tafc* T.AXATIVK Qui In* Tahlata I'nitfalata refun 1 money If It fnlla to cur# II W Urota a aignatura la on aach bos Iftc HOUfiPN The Shoe Repair Man *— 1 ne Union St.—2 Shops— 110 Madison SEATTLE THEATRE Phon« Mala || TONIGHT AND ALL WVU RAILEY A MITCH Kl. I rar.grXT A MESSAGE FROM MARS Prtm tOi. Mr, M* lUrialn M«fc« Monday. All Rnl (It PANTAGES Popular Comic Opar* Star HARRY BULGER KN TEKKYS In a Comlo Acrobatic Riot Other Hit Fmlivm 10c and ?0r ORPHEUM Orpheuin theatre patrons were delighted with the opening Mil last night, with l>avid Hispliam. famous American baritone, as the feature entertainment lie prefaced hM songs with a word picture of the scene he wished the nudlenee to in* agine as ho sung. The diversion proved intensely interesting 11a also explained his views on various languages and their use In express ing the sentiment of song. Other acts on the prokram were up to ths Orpheuin standard. • • • * EMPR ESS *' 4 t Pick Bernard In a Oerman com* edy sketch. "The Animal Stuffer," does quite admirably as the headline act on the new Empress hill, and with a support of three, has a pleas ing entertainment. "The Ftouf Quaint Q's," n rollicking quartet. U an added feature.