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f*~COLE'S ORIGINAL HOT BLAST=THE CLEAN STOVE I ; dust proof smoke proof mnc u^) >l * • L fl Cole's Original Hot Blast is the cleanest iliar with the ash pan method, and have, no doubt, The feed door on this stove is guaranteed smoke t • Stove ever placed on the market. Our method gone through the process many times of spreading proof and does away escapeof smoke, soot | • m fectly clean and overcomes the many objections the over-filled pan is removed. Jaed house 1 and scatter l soot and » • Jkr to e P an in other stoves. The elbow The ash pan is not only dirty, but is a great evil ashes over the carpet when opened. * J Jm / v>< (J draft casting with its upward slant allows the in stove construction. It adds a door and joints Another point. In feeding coal into a side feed C^^^^^^^^^^^^S^r l f^ » • jA&br empty coalhod to be set under the draft so that which can be made only temporarily air-tight by door il has to be thrown into the stove, which tt7>\ * •mfl- ...*—*«-».*■—•.*« <*, z^ KftpßSSffll : • I patented dustless ash cover shown by illustration few weeks' use, rendering ash pan stoves worthless t h e coal is poured into the stove even to the dust rf Z>*:~ \T * • ■ H'rlk JW is furnished free with Nos. 122,152,182 and as fire keepers. It makes them fuel-eaters rather in the bottom of the hod without a particle being J • I ■PlKJnl 106 stoves It keeps down every particle of dust than fuel-savers. The ash pan and the shield for spilled on the floor. SBE4rlfc£® * ! l in removing ashes, a feature that will be ap- guiding ashes into the pan. also prevent base heat. . TI V S c f \ ean and economical stove burns the gases I • " td b t'd h keeper Our method is the only clean way The which ° ° esca P e into the rooms with other ■-7 j^^^^y^^^^^ • The ash pans used in other stoves are too small to whisk broom, turkey wing and dust cloth new fires is dispensed with, as the rooms are h it- -■• - • • Hr hold a full 0 4 hours' accumulation of ashes. They are dispensed with. There are no joints to ed up for two or three hours each morning with * • ™ ~ j .— M . . leak air, base heat is not retarded and Cole's Hot the fuel put in the night before and the Fire is s*v - # • Cut No. 1 are usually over-filled when removed, and the ashes Blast is the cleanest stove, the best floor heater Never Out. COLE'S ORIGINAL HOT Cot No. 2 • % Shows how Dustless Ash Cover is used-tbe in the bottom of the stove are dragged out on to the and the only stove in the world which can be BLAST is the cleanest stove made and will more _ J • modern method. (Patented) carpet, as shown by cut No. 2. You are all fam- guaranteed to remain always air-tight. than save its cost in fuel each winter. snows tne amy ash pan method. ■ FINE FURNITURE Have you visited our New Carpet' Depart, meat. Call and see thenew goods. FLOUR RATES ARE ADVANCED ASIATIC LINES DECIDE TO RAISE SCHEDULE ON SHIPMENTS TO ORIENT. Is Raised From $4 to $4.50 Per Ton— Demand for Tonnage for Far East Responsible. At a meeting of the freight bureau of the North Pacific Asiatic lines held yesterday afternoon in Seattle it was decided to increase the rates on flour shipnents *o the Orient 50 cents a ton. Commencing January 1 the rate on flour to ports in Japan and to Hong kong and the Philippines will be $4.5'0 instead of $4. The rate to Shanghai is increased to $5. The normal rate on flour shipments to Far Eastern ports has been $5. On August 15, the members of the associ ation reduced the rate from $5 to $4 because of the low tonnage rates. At that time it was possible for the mem bers of the Washington Millers' asso ciation to charter vessels for $4 and •he regular lines tnet that rate. In the past month tonnage rates have aga'n advanced and the millers have made no objections to the companies advancing the rate correspondingly. CotrtDanies Represented. The companies represented at the r»eetin< ye«:erc'ay were the Great Northern SUjimship company, Boston Steamship company, Frank Water house & Company, Dodwell & Com pany, Canadian Pacific Steamship company and the Harriman line out of Portlant. J. H Dawson, of that city, ■was in attendance at the meeting. After the 50-cent increase was agreed upon Secretary Benson wired to the Pacific Mail Steamship company at San Francisco. While that company has never been a member of the asso ciation it has maintained the same rate. A telegram received this morn ing announced that the Pacific Mail would also maintain the $4.50 sched ule. The Oriental business is now being ■well handled by the regular com panies and reports that ther e is a shortage of tonnage are discredited by reliable transportation men. The ships are carrying overland cargo on each voyage and chartered steamers are taking car e of the shipments of fering through Seattle. POLICE FIGHT RIOTERS. Desperate Battle at Sioux City in Which One Is Killed. SIOUX CITY. Oct. 14. —One man was killed, two seriously injured and three slightly injured in a desperate battle between three policemen and drunken rioter; in the Encore elub- Tooms at an early hour Sunday. Tom Carmody was killed by Patrol man Robert Carraher, Patrick Carm"- dy was badly clubbed, and Patrolman O. W. Overmire s-istalned serious in juries. Patrolmen Sawyer and Carra her and James Caine were painfully hurt. A general fight was in progress when fee officers rushed to the scene. A simultaneous attempt was made on them by the entire gang. Carraher"s club was taken from him, Overmire was knocked dow n and bru tally beaten and Sawyer was figh'ing with a half-dozen at once, when Car raher shot Carmody. The latter was attacking Carraher with hs own club at the time and THE DRUMHELLER COMPANY WALLA WALLA'S LARGEST RETAIL STORE SECOND AND ALDER STREETS TELEPHONE MAIN 49 Caine was beating him with a cuspi dor. Carmody fell mortally wounded at the first shot, dying an hour later. The crowd fled panic-stricken. Caine, the ringleader, escaped death by Carraher's gun missing fire. He and Pat Carmody were placed under arrest. FAILED TO MAKE TEAM. President's So n Could Not Meet Beef Requirements at Harvard. CAMBRIDGE, Mass., Oct. 14.—A long, monotonous grind is now sched uled for Theodore Roosevelt, Jr., whose athletic aspirations were crushed to earth today, after his failure to go to Groton with the freshman eleven. The nervy young son of the president made a good Bid for the team, but his size and weight badly handicapped him. The coach said, in talking of Theodore, Jr.'s failure to make the team: "Young Roosevelt is full of grit and is game from start to finish. But he is not heavily built, neither is he speedy enough, both of which are es sential qualities for an end, and even discounts sand to a certain extent." His studies of the regular fall term will now occupy the whole of his time, and he will be seen daily in Memorial hall with all of the others, earning his 25-cent dinners and suppers and pre paring for the cramming that will pre cede examinations. Teddy is out of the game, for a while at least, but is not taking his ill luck with any great amount of dis appointment. SHOTS AT WEDDING FEAST. Two Guests Seriously Injured at Mani toba Marriage Celebration. WINNIPEG, Man., Oct. 14.—A s a re sult of a fight at a Galician wedding celebration that lasted till the early hours of the morning, two guests, John Kirat and J. Mycan, are suffering from injuries from which they may die. Two men, Mike Shumanski and J. Masinck, have been arrested as the aggressors in the flght. The celebration was being thoroughly enjoyed until two unbidden guests ap peared and began to raise a disturb ance, insisting on dancing with the bride. To enforce their demands, they kept the rest of the crowd at a re spectful distance by firing their re volvers in the air. When their weap ons were empty, the crowd rushed in, but the two reached for other weap ons and in the melee, Kirat received a nasty blow from an axe on the fore head just above the left eye and My can wa s stabbed in the arm. Will Ask Damages of Britain. WASHINGTON. D. C. Oct. 14.— Great Britain will be asked by the United States government to pay dam ages for the ill- f reatment of an American citizen by the Canadian au •'orities in Dawson City, Alaska. 1 iorge Mick, an Austrian by birth, but s naturalized American citizen, was prospecting in Alaska and was ar rested by the Canadian authorities charged with horse stealing and sen 'enced to a term of fourteen years in the prison at Dawson. Mick says he was beaten in the prison and that the beating resulted in paralysis of his legs. The warden of the penitentiary was the person who administered the beating to Mick, who was ill, who. after being sentenced, was permitted to lie in his cell for five days without food, drink or medical attendance. Within two weeks after the conviction of Mick, the Canadian authorities made an investigation and found he was in nocent. Mick declares he has a rich claim in Alaska and that the charge of horse stealing was trumped up by a man who owed Mick $1200. THE EVENING STATESMAN SATURDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1905 FOR DIRECT PRIMARY LAW CIVIC UNION OF SEATTLE IS STRONGLY URGING ACTION BE TAKEN. Walla Walla Commercial Club Re quested to Agitate the Question in This Section. The civic union, an organization composed of many of the leading cit izens of Seattle, is actively advocat ing the enactment of a direct primary election law in the state of Washing ton. It has the matter well in hand on the Sound and is now endeavoring to interest the people of other por tions of the state in the movement. The Walla Walla commercial club has been solicited to lend its support in the following letter received by Sec retary McDonald this morning: "Seattle, Oct. 10, 1905. "J. H. McDonald, Secretary of Com- mercial Club, Walla Walla, Wash. Dear Sir: There is no legislation of more importance to the people than a direct primary law. Such a law will give to the people a voice in the selec tion of their officers which they do not have at present, as now, they only vote for candidates who are first se lected by little cliques. Agitate for direct primaries through the medium of your city and country papers. Also write articles for said papers. Or ganize direct primary leagues in your city and county. This fall or winter we will call a state convention of di rect primary league delegates. We must have a thorough organization all over the state to be ready for the next state election and nominate and send good and true men to the legislature pledged to work and for a direct prim ary law. It is time for the people to assert and demand their rights to have a voice in politics and not leave it all to a few. Please take an active inter est in thi§ matter; go to work and get others to work with you. Orga nize direct primary leagues and when organized notify us. "Yours very truly, "CHRISTOPHER HORR, "Chairman." ACTB IN SHACK REMOVALS. Directs Alternative Writ to Compel ?• Bond for Aberdeen Merchants. OLYMPIA, Oct. 14.—The further destruction of shacks at Aberdeen by the city officials was blocked today by the state supreme court. City officials there passed an ordinance establishing fire limits and providing for the de struction of frame buildings within these limits. Wheeler Bros., owners of a shack within the limits, sued for an injunc tion, which was denied by Superior Judge Irwin of Chehalis county. Attorneys for Wheeler Bros., secured from the supreme court an alternative writ of mandamus to compel Judge Irwin to fix a supersedeas bond on the appeal, which, if granted, will permit an appeal to be taken to the supreme court. The writ is returnable October 29, when the matter will be argued here. Girl "Medic" Missing. BUFFALO, X. Y., Oct. 14—To the police of all the large cities today was sent a detailed description of Miss Theresa Rauept, 25 years old, who has not been heard from since Monday last, when she took a train at 9 o'- clock p m., intending to go to Balti more to resume her studies at the wo men's medical college. Miss Rauert resided with her parents in this city and not t* e slightest cause is known for her disappearance. She had with her a ticket to Baltimore. Her bag gage is also missing. Her mother and several young friends saw her off on the train and apparently she was the merriest of the party. Private detectives have been search ing for the woman for several days, but so far without success. Miss Rauert had a bright future, and as it cannot be reasoned she would kill herself, her parents fear she has met with foul play. REMEMBERS KINDNESS. North Dakota Man Shoots Himself— Leaves Bequest to Teachers. MILLER, S. D., Oct. 14.—Dr. Mc- Whorter held a coroner's inquest over thp body of William Rymal, who shot himself in the head. The young man had been robbed, he said, of $70 at Orient a day or two before. A few moments before he shot him self he was sitting in the house with others listening to a graphaphone. He called for a pencil and on a piece of paper wrote a will. Two school teachers were given $600 —one of them receiving $400, the other $200. This was because they had been kind to his mother. A legal point is raised by the will in that the young man failed to date or sign his name to it. It has been turned over to the probate court. Third of Cotton Crop. WASHINGTON, Oct. 14.—The cen sus bureau has issued a bulletin show ing the production and distribution of the cotton of the United States, avail able between Sept. 1, 1904 and Sept. 1, 1905, to be 14,455,994 bales. Of this, 61 per cent was exported, 3*o per cent was used in domestic consumption, leaving a surplus of 9 per cent. 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