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Joe Manuel, a Portuguese sailor, com
mittcd suicide on board his gawjline
launch, moored near Friday Harbor. Sun
day night. He had been drinking hea\il>
and had lo«t $2000 in a saloon, and becom
ing despondent, blew the top of his head
off with a Winchester rifle. Manuel for
years had a place M Stuart island uhich
wa» a sort of a "robbers' roost" and
smugglers' rendezMiu.s. He cold it a few
months ago. and riflfle then had made
Ins headquarters at ISoche Harbor and
Mitchell bay, it each of which place* he
had a boat.
John Clayton of Kvcrett, I lection hand
on th ( . Great Northern, wan killed yes
terday morning .i mile cant of tin- Cascade
tunnel by an engine. According to Henry
Daly, who ill with him, the body wan
carried a hundred feet by the engine onto
■ trestle, dropping from there to the
ground. Duly escaped by jumping against
■ Know bank. Hi* knee was struck by the
The robbery I- reported of the pontoffice
at Adna, nix miles west of Chehalis. Be
tween $50 and *7.> in stamps were taken.
The home* of George A. Gregg anil O. O.
.John were also entered.
-After spending several week* in the '
Everett jail under the name of ".John •
Woe," the alleged burglar who is supposed '
to have broken into four house* in j one '
night has announced that his name i* Al- *
fred Henderson, a Seattle carpenter.; He 1
steadily refused (to tell his,name to any- i
body until he called in attorneys, and <
then he railed himself by the name of '
Henderson. He nays he has friends in» Se- I
attle who will prove his identity! A eon- '
tinunnre has been asked for and granted '
in his case. Whether he has at last given
"•■ hill - right name or whether he is running l
:'« bluff remains to be Been.
Becanse Frank Targi of Walla Walla, an *
elderly Italian, would not consent to the
miirringf of his daughter to Michael ('our
' chin, lie was attacked in the road by the
-auito'r and his brother I'ietro, who dragged
him from ] the | wagon and .; l«'Ht him over
the head with ft club, dangerously injuring
*liim. IViniclim ■v. iv bound over to the su
jnri.ii eowt. \ , -•■*'• '...•■* 1'
SENTENCE FOLLOWS , r J .
v & GOt/TEMIPT OF COURT
YcsterdAy~«fteriioon Federal Judge Han
lord, in the bankruptcy proceedings against '
>! Sniiniel Nljaci, ; clothing merchant, jof Se
''•'Attle,' and Alexander -Isayc.-- of San Fran-
I' citco, adjudged them guilty of contempt
in dinobeying'the court's order. The judge
ordered thorn to be'cbnfincd, in the Pierce
"county jAil until they ' T paul certain: mon
; eys to their creditor*. \\,-.' . •■ ■! ,
'j' lii IMS Ihe two men niad ( > an assign
ment for, the benefit of, their creditors
anil as the creditors refused to accept their
settlinput they filed a petition in bank
ruptcy. The referee \ reported: that they
had goods and chattels to the amount of
$18,009; V 35 S '
They were ordered to pay their creditors
115,000, and this they refused to do.
. Recently the tnmtee reported that the
money, hod not been paid, • and as neither
of tin* ]rhb«ij could jove » c\cuho for
not'haying paid it; Judge Hahford ad
judged j. them guilty of contempt .md the
jail sentence followed.
DATES MADE FOR
.lohn 11. Anderson, ' president of . the
North Pacific ' Herman,, singing societies
closed ti'' contract today with the Tacoma
theater for '■concert* to be, given, .Inly * 23.
and 23. >TV is on these dates thai the
German singing 1 societies of th. various
cities of the Pacific Northwest will gather
ill 1 Taooma for the annual Ha,ci)KPrft'Bt. <ivi
iiiHiiK from Washington, Oregon,' Idaho.
Montana unit British Cplumbja will visit
Taeoma at Hint time. '' ',..«'. -■ 51 .'. •
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JACK BURKE QUITS
AFTER YEAR'S IN RING
t i JACK BURKE.
:■: BUFFALO, Feb. 10.—Jack Burke, who
retired from the ring some time ago, lias
to his credit the longest tight on record.
It was with Andy Bo wen in New Orleans
ami went 110 rounds, Bowen was to have
met another man. but at the la«l moment
the latter ■ flunked, and Burke, who was
his trainer, volunteered to take his place.
Bowen was killed later in a light with
Burke.'* fight with Bowtn was a vicious
scrap, and both men were worn out lie
fore the battle was declared a draw. For
six weeks Burke was unable to leave hit)
bed. It was the last of the vicious, real
prise fights, and Burke says the boxing
game today is child's play to what it was
fifteen or twenty years ago.
STOLL & JONES
Stoll & Jones were awerded the contract
for the improvement of East Twenty
eighth street from the west line of lot 6,
block 7818, to East f street, in local im
provement district No. 58, by R. .W.
«ark, commissioner of public works, this
morning. Their bid wa» $5,150, which |
wan $237 lens than the estimate made by
the city engineer, which wa« $5,387. Anton
Berenu came in a close second, with a
bid of $5,168. ur $18 more than that of
Stoll & Jones.
RUSSIA MAY SEIZE
('onuider.ible int*nat in manifested ■long
the « ileiticint M to the |ilobable t'at c °f
tile r.ilxiH^s ol \e>-el- I 1111111111< fl 011 l thin
pint to the Orient.
Loml :«kT>tii> vi Dodwdi Co, si\- th.it
the \ietoria, whiih sailed from her a ifw
days ano, BM vely little in her mr^o
that would jilHtify seizure by the RoMUOa.
It may be diffenjnt however, with the
Atholl, now lo.tdiriK here. When that yes
wl starU Fron here she will carp- IJKC
tonn of Hour for Kobe, Japan. Thiil
would make R denirable eaptiire for the
Kussian.s, as they are liable to be short of
Hour before the trouble ends. 'I'll,. Atholl's
lirst port ol i all will be Shanghai, for
which pliire she has about 4.<HK( tonw of
men h.indiNe. all of whiili minht he eonHid
EVERYBODY CAN HELP
Tin fund to pure haw the silver lervice
for the cruiser Taeoma is slowly but steadi
Iv (rvwiag, The eomnittee in charge hopes
to close the mbacription list Saturday
nijfht. A subscription from every public
spirited Tacomi eitien, no matter how
small the amount, will be acceptable, and
it would please the Committee more to
(jet HVibxeriptioim of Hinall amounts from
everybody that! to get the entire amount
from a few. The total cash on hand at the
prexent time in $2.109.75. exclusive of the
iiCtlHI (tiven by President Howard Elliott
of the Northern Pacific.
The Miibscription lists from the St. Paul
& Tacoma l.undier company, the Northern
Pacific railway shops at South Tacoma,
the Northern Pacific offieen in the city and
the public schools are yet to be heard
m ii.i»in<; rnniiis
Tluildinu permits iswied by the city
building inspector yesterday as foi
lows: .folin Conrad, a one story dwelling
on Ka.sl Thirty lifth street, to cost *-.'. r)ll;
.1, H. Cole. ifpuirH at "i!MH Yaliiina avenue.
to cost $. r)<); Kf, Bfldcr, a itory and a holf
dwelling at it'-'l Kost Thirty-fourth utreet,
to ro«t $100.
ST. LOUIS EXPOSITION BUILDINGS ARE NEARING COMPLETION
ST. I.OI'IS. Feb. 10. One ot tlie handsome pieces of architecture visitors at the Louisiana I'urchas,, exposition will see is
the lalace of Liberal Arts, a g.Hid photograph of the promenade, entrance and launch landing of which is shown here.
PRINCESS ALICE AND PRINCE
ALEXANDER WEDDED TODAY
LONDON. I-Yl>. in. In'the presence of
a notable gathering, which included a king,
two queens and innumerable princes ami
royalties of lesser- nu|e. the marriage 'if
Princess Alice of Albany. gMnddanghtCl of
the late Queen Victoria, ami Prince Alex
ander of Teck, brother in law pf the Prince
of Wales, was celebrated today ill St.
Qeorge'i chapel, Windaor,
'Hie wlding ceremony was a most brill
iant atfaii- and recalled to the minds of
many of those present the wedding of the
present king and queen, whieli was cele
brated at the same place til \ears ago. The
route from the castle to tile chapel was.
spanned by triumphal arches made daz
ding by a multitude of Hags and ensigns,
Knthlisiastie masses of people lined the
streets of Windsor and cheered lh t . arriv
a U most lieai lil>
Non-winmi*sioned ofAoefl and men ol
the Seventh Hussars, to which regiment
the bridegroom bettings, had charge of the
chapel. There they received the ladies ami
gentlemen the former in gorgeous toilettes,
and the latter in levee dress M in splendid
The interior of the chapel was made
beautiful by artistic flora] decoration*, soft
ened by the jiulieious use of palms, ferns
and other plants, contrasting nicely with
the colors of th<> ladies' toilettes and with
the uniforms of the military guests, In
Iront of the altar were two gold chairs.
upholstered with red velvet, for the use of
the bride and bridegroom, and on either
side of them were smaller gilt chain for the
accommodation of the witnesses of the
marriage ceremony. The royal pews, richly
draped with red velvet, trimmed with gold,
were resei \ isl for the members of the
royal family and the relatives m the bride
All the male members of the different
royal families were in uniforms ol different
branches ol the military or naval services
of their respective countries, and all were
gorgeous with decorations, giving to the
inside of the chapel a daasling glimmer of
gold and precious stones, to which the
silks and laces, jewels ami lloweis of the
I.idu-s formed a most beautiful setting,
Princess Alice of Albany, occupying a
carriage with King Kdward. Queen Alex
andra and her mother, the duchess of Al
bany, reached the chapel at 10:45,
The duke of Saxc Coburg-Qotha brother
of the bride, iiwaited her Mining at the
entrance of the chapel ami conducted her
to the vacant gold chair on the left of
the bridegroom, all present rising to re
ceive the Princes* Alice. TV duchess of
Albany followed the bride.
As soon a.s the bride was at the r
the service commenced, both bride and
hridetfroom making the response* with
The steamship Pleiades el thfl Boston
Tow boat company's line which left Ta
coma the tir-t perl "t January with a
i.iitr.i <»i Son tor I'uit Arthur, has ar
rived safely at lit destination, so tele
graphic dkptti lies >t.ite The Pleiades is
commanded by I aptain Pnrrington and '
•ererai ni liei of Beers make their homes
in this port. Tin- olvmpia and Tacoma,
nl the Northern Pacific line, are al«o in
the 1111 <I -1 of the trouble. Uesides the
riii.ide^. the Boston Towboal company
It, is wvilll Other steamers fnini this port.
The .-.te.inisliip Umatilla, after discharg
ing ■ large amount of heavy machinery,
took <m a quantity of wheat at the Tacoma
Soaring mills and left for Seattle at 10
The collier Mackinaw left for S;m I'Yan
ii-iu this afternoon.
The Canadian tug Ilerinuda with a
barge, is in from Vancouver for coal.
The French (hip Marie wax ducked by
the tugs r'airtield and Falcon nt the Ta
coina mill this morning. She discharged
coal from Cardiff at the Bremerton navy
yard before coming here
At the (invcriiment dock another ship
ment of hay from Alber Bros, of Port
land is being stored. There will be about
1.200 tons when it is all in.
Allan Kail weather, son of Deputy Col
lector of Customs Kairweather. is purser
on the steamship Pleiades, now at Port
The ship Pass of Hrander yesterday fin
ished loading a cargo of 1,048,000 feet of
lumber at the Tacoma mill. It will be
several days yet before she goes to sea.
The schooner Kin^ Cyrus came in yes
terday afternoon. She will load lumber at
the Tacoma mill.
(His Sprague, representative of the
Prank Waterhouse company, owners of
the steamship (Saronne. said this morning
thai he did not know of the sale of the
nteamsbip to the Japanese government)
but <&id that several parties had bean in
specting the veMtl lately. A creu of men
are now at work on the ship, cleaning her
up. Krom reliable sources it is .said that
the vessel has been sold to the Siberian
Kxploralinn oawpahy for STiO.OOO. The
clear voices. At the conclusion of the
marriage ceneniimy, which lasted only 15
minutes, the Prince and ■ Princes Alex
' Wider of Teck filtered the sacristy, fol
lowed by King Edward; the I'niwe of
ale* and the" duke of Teck; brother o(
the bridegroom, The duke of Teck carried
the register to the king for the tetter's
signature* ■".. ,
The bride and bridegrodln left the, church
1 to the strains of a wedding march and were
driven away in a carriage, amid tre
mendous outbursts of cheering, to the ens
tle, where the wedding breakfast was
served in the Waterloo gallery to the mem
bers of the different royal families present
at lie chapel.
The archbishop of Canterbury officiated
at the marriage, assisted by the bishop of
Peterborough. The royal bridesmaids, five
in number, were th ( . two daughters of
the duke and duchess of Connaugh, Prin
cess Victoria of Wales, Princess Mary of
Teok, and the little princess of Waldeek a
first cousin of the bride. Pale blue crepe I
de chine trimmed with lace was worn by
the bridesmaids, and the dresses of the
grown-up princesses were girdled with
waist belts of silver.
The wedding dress of the bride was a
sumptuous creation of exquisitely soft
satin, so tine as to resemble crepe de
chine, anil its beauty was enhanced with
lovely embroideries and lace. The bridal
veil was of Honiton lace, of a design em
bodying th,. rose, .shamrock and thistle.
It was the same as was worn by the duch
ess of Teck at her marriage, and again by
the princess of Wales at her wedding.
The wedding presents included a magnifi
cent set of pearls and diamonds, a gift of I
the bridegroom; diamonds, pearls and ru
bies from King Edward and Queen Alex
andra, the prince and princess of Wales'
and I*other members of the royal family.
Emperor William and Empress .Augusta
sent a number of rich and beautiful pieces
of jewelry, and there were appropriate
presents from Queen Wilhelmina. the king
and queen of Wurtemburg and other royal
relatives of the bride and groom.
After a few days at Brocket hall the
bridal couple will leave for Cannes.
MORTALITY RECORD !
William Allen died yesterday at his home
at Hrookdale, at the age of 74 years. He
was well known Pacific coast pioneer, hav
ing been among the first to prospect in
California during the first gold excitement.
The deceased leaves three children. The
funeral will be held at the home of his
daughter, Mrs. P. ,1. Smith. Brookdale,
Special gale every day at .Tolls', 944 Pa
cific Aveui>» —
Garonne is a vessel of 2.319 tons, 371 feet
in length and 41 feet 4 inches beam. Her
engines are of 4,000 indicated horsepower.
She vrae guilt in Glasgow in 1871.
Tlie rudder of the British ship Lamorna.
which grounded on a bar in the stream a
few days ago. was unshipped this morning
by the Puget Sound Drydock company.
The stock was found to b e badly bent.
OWNERS DO NOT
Backed by a petition with 80 signatures.
!)0 property owners from X street appeared
before the streets and alleys committee of
the city council yesterday afternoon and
made a vigorous protest against the pro
pOMd paving of that street, as recommend
ed bj the committee. The protect was so
general that the committee decided to
drop the matter for the time being.
The committee recommends the forma
tion of a sidewalk district covering X street
from Division avenue to Center street.
All walks on th e upper side of the street
are to be of cement, and on the lower side,
where the lill will be more than three feet
plant may he used. The committee de
cided to give the property owners an op
portunity to construct their own walks.
All who will see the commissioner of
public works within two weeks will be
given a |»ermit, and those who do not do
so will be forced into a district and the
work done by the city.
It has finally been decided that the city
will build a free wharf and market at
Fifteenth and Dock streets on the original
plans. Representatives of th c Produce &
Fruit company appeared before the com
mittee on harbor and waterfront yester
day with a new proposition, stating that
they would build a warehouse, and turn
it over to the city on the condition that
it shall be leased to them for a term of
live years. The councilmen were all anxious
to have the dock and the preliminary ar
rangements will be lushed through, so that
work can be commenced at once.
The committee on water and light de
cided to appropriate $1,000 from the park
fund and $1,300 from the water and light
fund for the construction of water inn ins
on Yakimn avenue.
Lincoln's birthday, Friday, February 12,
is a legal holiday and tV postoffice will
observe office hours just as if it were Sun
day. Mail can be obtained from the car
riers' window from 0 to 10 a. m. as there
will be no deliveries.
Thursday at 2 p. in. Interment will be
in the Parkland cemetery. '
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•John Vogel, a well kno^yj^resident of
this city, died yesterday of heart failure
at his home, 1531 South Commerce street.
The deceased was 48 years of age and for
man* years had been engaged in the coop
ering! business in this city. The funeral
services will be conducted by Key. Hudson
at the Episcopal church at 2 o'clock Sun
day afternoon. The deceased was a mem
ber of the I. O. O. V., East Tacpma lodge,
Foresters of the World, No. 38,' and no
<|iialmie tribe of the Red Men.
Charles .>. Mulkey. a well known citizen
of TaciMna, died at his home. -514 North
(i street, yesterday afternoon* The cause
of death ■ was heart failure. He was 52
years of age and had been a.resident of
Tacoma about 14 years. At one time he
was special | agent of the treasury here.
Irately he has been interested in a mining
enterprise in Alaska. He was a member
of the Knights Templar. Deceased leaves
a wife, daughter of the late Senator
Dolph of Oregon, and one daughter..
The remains of I. M. Fleming were
shipped to Detroit, Mich., yesterday for
■ : _
The postoffice- basketball team defeated
the Northern Pacific basketball team in
the Y. M. Ci Y. gymnasium witn a score
of 2 to 16.
The News team was defeated by the
Tacoma high school boys by the score of
21 t o 0.
Tonight th« Olympia Y. M. C. A. team
plays the Skookum team in this city and
on Saturday night the Everett high school
boys will be in Tacoma to play the Tarn
coma high school team.
PROTECTION OF GAME
i - ~ ■ .
COLUMBUS, 0., Feb. 10.—The League
of American Sportsmen, which has for its
object the better protection of game birds
and fish, began its sixth annual meeting
in this city today. From Maine in the
East to Washington in the West nearly
every state and territory of the Union
has sent delegates, and two of the Canadi
an provinces are likewise represented at
the meeting. < Discussions of gam laws
will occupy the most of the time of the
convention, which will be in session sev
eral days. .
THE MARKETS ;
The following prices are quoted by
wholesale dealers to buyers in quantities:
MEAT AND PROVISIONS.
Fresh Meat.—Cow beef. 7@7%c; steer
beef, 7c; veal, 8@10c: pork, 7%c; mutton,
Provisions.— 13'/&@l4c lb; break-
Will need spraying earlier thin year than usual
owing to the mild winter.
We Sell the Standard Sprayer
liest on earth for spraying everything and for
whitewashing hen houses
Henry Mohr Hardware Co.
1148 Pacific Avenue Phone flam 134
Tell Us Your
And we will tell you our -'Shirt tale."
Got too many, must make room for other goods.
Stiff bosom in fancy stripes and figures were Rfln
75c. & $1.00 to close at JUui
Golf shirts sizes 15i 16 & lti£ only QCp
were 50c. and 75c. at Zulu
A fine line of patterns in percales with RHo
two collars to match at uUlli
I The White House
I Phone Red 2015 1520 Pacific Aye. B
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* Asthma, Bnmchftis, Consumption, Catarrh, Cancers, Tumors. I lcei>, Rtoemna
tisin. .Inint Yrminles. Despondency. Diseases of the Stomach, Liver. Kidneys
* and Itowels.
CONSULTATION AND CDFF
Laboratory of Fine Forces
15 5, THE HYSON.
Hours: 10 a. m. to Bp. m. Lady Assistant. Phone Main 653, 5
GEORGE H. BERRY 919 Pacific Aye.
STATION Kit Telephone Main 454
fast bacon, 16c; bellies, fresh, 12^e.
White. River Buroanks, $16(<i?l? (a, ton;
Yakiina potatoes,- 1* s"vreet potatoes;- 2'/K«»
2%c lb; carrots, 75c sack; rutabagas, 75c
ga«k; cabbage, l%c lb; cauliflower, $1.20@
$1.5(1 do/..; ( aUioriiia-.tomates. *2 box;
celery, 40(«60e ; radishes, 10c dozen
bunches; lettuce, ?1.00(«*2.00 box; Oregon
onioim, ifiSMa.l-'ip c\|f»>; green fltvtonrf HOi-.
down bunches; Hubbard squash, 2c lb.
\f, , OR KEN FRUIT. ETC.
; Apples, cooking, So@76c box; Spitzen
bergs, $email@example.com; BuJdwins, Wagners,
Northern Spies. 'etc.. W.(KK» 1.25 box; east
ofV the mountains fancy Greenings. 90c@
$1.00 box; Jonathans, $firstname.lastname@example.org box;
Winter Neflli pears, $email@example.com box;
Vicars and others, about $1.00 box; pine
apples, $4.50 doz.; Redlands oranges, $1.75
(d 52.40 box; lemans, $firstname.lastname@example.org box; cran
berries. $9.75; Persian dates, 6%i- lb.; ban
anas *2.50(<i3.00 bunch.
English walnuts, No. 1. 14Vjc lb.; Chili
Walnuts, 12c lb.; Ganoble. 13c lb; al
monds, 12c lb; pecans. 12@13c lb; Brazils,
12c lb; filbers, 13c lb; peanuts, fresh roast-,
cd. He lb; chestnuts, 12@130 lb; eocoanuU
Chickens, hens and springs, 12%@14c
lb; dressed turkeys, 20@23c lb; ducks, live.
14c; dressed, ll@l4c lb; geese, 10@llc lb;
squabs, scarce, $email@example.com doz.
FISH. ETC. ■ •
Halibut, 7c lb; salmon trout. 9c; sal
mon. B%c; ling cod, 4%c; black cod, 7c;
herring, 2c; shrimp, 8c; smelt. 4c; clams,
$1.40 sack: crabs. $1.00(2)1.50 doz.
HAY. GRAIN AND FEED.
Oats, $25 ton; barley, $22 ton; wheat,
$28 ton; chop, $22 ton: shorts, $20 ton;
bran. $20 ton; oil meal. $29 ton; E. W.
timothy, new. $24 ton; E. W. compressed
timothy new, $27 ton; new wheat hay,
$16@17 ton; new alfalfa. $15 ton; new
Puget Sound hay. $15@16 ton; middlings,
$25 t«n. - '<
BUTTER. EGGS AND CHF.KSr..
Butter. — Washington creamery, 27c;
ranch. 14@18c; Eastern tub. 23@25c.
Eggs. — ranch, 30c.
—Washington, 13@c; New York.
Sapho, full ceam, i7@lßc; Edam. $9.50;
brick, 17c; Swirs, imported. 23(«30c;
Roquefort, 4oc; Limburger, 16(3 20c; 'melt,
15c: Swiss brick, 170.
H. A. LEMBKE
914 PACIFIC AVENUE
B BJ^ S^^b rj^^ l^R
The remarkable increase in con
sumption demonstrates its superla
tive merits and wholesomeness*
ONE POUND 25 CTS
Tlie fast steamer Greyhound is now on the
run from Taconia to Olympia.
N. P. Wharf, Tacoma, 9:45 a. in. and 4:43
p. in. Leaves Olympia 7 a. m. and 2 p. in.
INTRRURBAN TIME CARD.
Leave Taeoma (cor. Eighth and A St«.i
-0:15, 7:30, 8.35, Ltd., no stops, 9:38
10:30, 11:30 a. m.; 12:30, 1:30, 2:30, 3:30
4:35, Ltd., no stops., 5:30, 6:30, B:3r' 10:311
p. m.; 7:30 p. m. and 12:15 a. in. to Kent
Leave Seattle (First Aye. So and Jack
son St.)—6:3o, 7:30, 8:35., Ltd., no stops
9:80, 10:30, 11:30 a. m.; 12:30, 1:30, 2:30.'
3:30. 4:35, Ltd., no stops, 5:30, 6:30 8-30
10:30 p. m.; 7:30 p. m. and 12:15 a. m '
•'i Kpnt nnlv.
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itt & Co. General freighting, household
foa T^y. « an ffi pla?°i 8 removed- Office
109 Tenth St. Office telephone, John 2341
Bam telephone. .T»mp« 2341.
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