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t Orjry '-'(I ...J I J,J I. s ' ; . I l . on. J.I, vv.W b,. t i ' .'. " -''f offense '-bio to proscc ui on. TIE DAILY ASTORIAN Is the Merest nJ test piper on the ColumbU River THE ASTORIAN has t' largest clrcolatloi of aotaner Jon the Columti. River FULL ASSOCIATED PRESS REPORT. VOL XLVIII. AHTOKIA, OUKfJOX, 8ATURDAY MORNING, JANUARY 15, J8!8. NO. 13. Tni; ccLrniimitc "Superior Stoves and Ranges ARB J. N. LAWS. AT Diaries and Calendars For 1898... GRIFFIN Klondike MlticrH Outfit AND CompcrH' UtcnHllH and Rrov.HlotiB W. F. SCHEIBE, A tall IIm at Plm. Tabatc. mm4 fmaktn' AilkW. 474 CoinmortUI Hi, Ailnrii'ii (;mgtn r.Blcrtlmtit flail kitiijJil''lat'1 idiji Tlirrp Klooni-Klnr Mimtr; (innim of All KlniU;Tn Eta. ..I , .. .rivi.'- .T.. M1.1111in.rnt llur.; Kvrvllilii Hrt t'lua: (I.mhI 'Kkufuimjf ir,r and Fvprylxxl) 111 In. Hirlcily 0l..i,rtl SHIELD t BRAND i Mains, Bacon Th Best, Abtolutdly Tur. Ry For CW. at The Occident Hotel Bar, The Ofllo. Saloon, And all ttia leading bwra hi Astoria. Sun Francisco mif 1'oi tlund , Tnr ursr HA WES OLD STAND Blank Books and Office Supplies & REED Supplies Foard & Stokes Company Manufacturer anil Ovular In m m FINE CIGARS! The 1 r-t t -.r Kopp's "Best" A DELICIOUS DRINK.... and ABSOLUELY PURE The North Poillo Brewery, of which Mr. Job n Kupp ii proprietor, make, beer for domestic and export trade. llottltHl lieer for family tine, or keg beer aopplied at any time', delivery in the city free. r NORTH PACIFIC BREWERY UNION MEAT COMPANY and A I.I. KINIS UK C'ANNKI) MKAT8 (iimrnntrrd Tlu lltwt In the Mnrkrt Strictly Pure Lard Cor. rottrth and Glinia Streets Cortland. Oreyon. "Keystone Monogram" Whiskey SHERWOOD & SHERWOOD PACIFIC COAST AGENTS, RIOTS IN HAVANA CAUSING ALAR5 Spaal.b Officer. Aid la Demolishing Newspapers. MADRID IS MUCH CONCERNED Officer Will Be Trlid by Court H.rtl.l- l.iltd Bute lid Spa. lib G.veri fic.l lit Tiled. Nw York, Jan. 14.-A dispatch to th. Worn from Tampa, Fla., says: Annum tm (xwiicir. from Havana was W. I. Kulton, a CatUa dealer. Wbon th rtot vtartrd In Ihvwit to ww near llul niwt HfWapar office attacked. 11. mm ih moll was ltd by omur of the rluilah volunteers who had become en raii"! out the autumn nl t til the pjpor. They atiuiked the oftlces of La DtCLoo ml li liUirin tin la Miuinu, toully wreck ing them. .Seas of tho rtot rearhed Blanco and he arm orfli-rn from hla personal staff to iu.il tlw rwt. Tti'ra was )4aton ot reguair In ui rjt" of a "pinurti colonel, ml a aoun iui hi Kkr the rtKb rxog. u-t liiin nuulo dvmonniralioo iwulnut htm. Wonln attmitv and aim of trim Vuluiiir.-n iaHiail thn rolotivl' f.ic. H im Him aeitrti aii hl bu.lt; torn off ond !iam.l.-l unO r foot. Tlie croJ I i Hi" lima rrylritf Vxvn Spojn." Ilia ior r uniform wtuf torn uff. uf Ijt Lu-ha, Urtnl-jm'irmniin orcwi, in.iitiiiK tho pr- nd ihnrln( ih tl Into in trT. Kl nnronoriitrdo wifTil rtm usiti" fate 4 f monu'DIi lTrr. T'll' iui .11 d.mo tx'aifla tba p.iiwrn f4vorrl auuiMimy Aliuut lhivi nilnu'" bi or ih O)r.'tto tni niivh FUon iwllrd, li-fl Havana, a Ixtmvtiiii-r - br juiihj jiwaxil who UI llmi m lir m ).-.vltit the I'l'T h h.rd lh.it ii n AmtrKvin nvnutn had !wd ttio: Ourliik- ilx rtot. HAVANA lUvjTa V York, Jan. II -A dli-i'ai ih to th lti-ruld from Part my: Thi rtot - lii' ovcurivtl t.n llr'vut lutv mti4i HiKiiltV-am-r. An oIIUmt, troiiK Wyhrtr, 1io m io hv. ban aiilll hom !! who nan txvn aft " In u np'iaM'r for tit bud conduct. wnt altti lamii" I'omiuinlotui and T-kid the oftw of thp pupor. He wua lnin iA'ly Jolnitl ty luiKv crowdB of n-Vulu lonary cl.'nu nt anl thry proiwtW to wrck an other nrftiapaper olTV", but the mob a a toiHd tho xlico and th offloer ur-rt-jtt.nl. Hi- wll Ih tr.! by court martlul. Thf crowd ncnv 'Intr, the lo.al voltin iwin wre cHll.tl owt Tn mnb tp!l dl. lienwd with cries of "Lons live Wcyl -r " "lown with Iilanco. thr l'nt.td Siaf's .mid autonomy!" TM public Unonstra. tlon iiikI Hw iKirranr.K of tlm crowd are evtrncri not hltlwrto .1wn, nd show that in foi'llnic of tih riuitlonis which U vroUiWy aqunMy bitter toward 'tw fuiWih govcnimpnt and the I'nlNvl Ktnloa. Th mnn of tiho 1vrHln4r ezcltiw atnitt- iirc.t In Madrid, pia-'iirvln were i.wiM upon prominent plno forfcaftlnj1 wlial tho evening paporw -oald publish later on, and thtiw were min-oundt'd by crowl of iao. Latir on wfhen the paix'rw riiniii oirt there was a ruHh fir them. Men red them, covered tip to their eyeM with tytlcul Suuiih cloaks and In the ciifiM and clubs all we.rc 1ntnt on knowing Hie details. It Is not truo nlMt the others will be fumumrtly iiot. They n ill be tried by court martini. The quevn nwni at an early hur wu Klven th conniits of the tciirrame from Cuba bikI a council of the. minlstem "as ihM atjt the pallid Alurmlna- rumors wnt nlnnit U the nlock rxchnngc. ho most ulnlster of w-hlovh w.iu that the vol unteer, had BPne to the mutineers, where as the contmry Is the cae. There w. a slump in t.'k all round. A cable from Havana snyg that a new law to prevent tlhe prcf. of Cuba from attacking mho prvetlgo of the Spanloh army and ofllcluls will apie.ir In t'he Onsofle this week. HAXXI3 TAYLOR AC1AI.V. New York. Jan. U. The chairman of the orgnnlHlnic committee of tho Cuban Amcrlcan league makes public a letter from Haunt Taylor, former United State, minister to Spain, In which ihe pays: "In every city of tho Unl e.1 States a I Cuban-American lencue should be instant ly formed whose primary purioeeg shoulfl bo lo artiiiHe public ownlon to tlemuna the liritairt pussago of the Ben.uta bolllS crency resolution noiv pending; In the limine of representative; When th.it de mand la opposed by tine worn out pretext that Che Insurgent are not entitled to such action until tJiey have flnat estab lished a compleite delicto government, the anawer should be promptly made that die law of notion, requires ao .uch thing itiwl Uk mwhMWn In quiwtlon need only rwognlM tytve fart that thrre la now n CUl a sute ot far. "Who can dny the truth ot that . ton, whn he rrtnenitfnr that Hpatn haa hurlnl n vain against the Insurgent Jiot over M.VQ men and tna expended In rain ovr tWSM.W! At Ihe end ot three years Spain's military power In Cuba la naarly at an end, while the army under Oemral Oome. If In actual possession of nearly the entire eastern portion of the island. And yet tn the face of these fwHs.the house ot rwpreaentallvos.muxii'd by tw prewnt admlniittraUon, rrfuea te DMxignlM tiM Inconf-stlble fact thai a ita of war, aotually exist, tn Cuba bsJay. "That biial 1a ikw prolonging unn9 emsrlly the prnsvnt confllft. In the pres ent .tats of the wun of Kpuln there can Im no kilt thai the moral supp.rt Uittt thn paataigo of the MlUerency ret. olutlon would give to the Insurgents." Tim Cuiain-Amerioan league has sent out a clnsjlar requesting the mayor of every city in the I'nhed States and the nherift or ranking offlcwr tn each county to at onoe appoint u committed In every -Ity and each toamhlp or oounty to organlxe a local branch of ttw lgiie. STRANGE STORY OF THE SEAS Captain Young of the foltalloch and His Tets. FLOCK OF BIKD.4 ABOARD Lail Oie Died Tkre. D -Oiick Tiitage froni fipctOHii Spriij bari Ala Arrivct. A trant:e Htry in tokl by the captain of et'w four-nuirtee' Ilr'k-h idUp rolmUocA whli-h rrlM inere yest rvlay from Cape Town. Souih Afr.a. In conv.TSUiJii with an Antorliuj rxirejtentatlve liun night Ciiuin Alexaiiiler You n said: 'We w-re Jiix 91 days from :inc'-orage anehonuj.". Ver- txd weather pre- alb-J from M north. Heavy north a est mJit were the irlr of tho hour, and one inn was accompaided by hull, wme of the hailstones being alnst us urse as hi r Ii.tid and nillng in the c irn.-ns of the hari room. ;reui h"is of them were scattered all over We 1. Hut the lran.t thing of the entire voymre. ani oik of the moot peculiar events I hive ver wltnrwctl 1n all my wn-farlng ex- erlence. w.is or receiving abourd. Ju.-K fti-r we vued New Zealand, a large k of sparrows, blown from land In a northwest Rule. T!ie little fellows stayed with us all the way. They got so that hey knew mo When I would come on deck n tho morning ajkl fed out of my hand. I always had something for them. The life dM not agree with them very well, owever, as they tiled off one by one, the last one going three days a,-o. I was ery !1.vohih to trng some of them into port, bw was dmipnolnteu. 'We movie a fine run to J'ltcalrn in 61 ays. and I think we made a record voy- nge to rhe offing of San Francisco. Nlne- tywo days there is not so bad." Tho four-mastVd British lp Spring- burn. Captain 'Rue, whtch left Cape Town 1 da-s ahead of the Poltulloch, and :hlch arrived hei totlay siiih tOtat iilp, hud a voyage of 111 vfciys and exiH-rlencod much ugly weather, though meeting; wltn no accidents, diptaln Rao reports thai fter leaving TVvmanla the weatlier ohangetl and was so calm that they could make Utile progress. He dM not eight soil until arriving off the mouth of the Oolumbla. A NHW PTO1LIST. San Francisco, Jam 14. E. Tweedle, an uatraltan pugilist, has Juxt arrived here search of match. He fights at 13 pounds. His loist contest was with Mike MoCtorT of London, whom ihe beat In a round and a half beforo the Grodvenor Sporting olub of Sydney. A line can thus be got on Twwdle's ability, as MoGoS easily defenlted Jimmy Barry and Cal Mo- Cart y. TO INORKASB NAVY. Washington, Jan. 14. Secrotary Long Ikis sent a recommendation to the house committee on naval affairs for an In- rease in tho force of enlisted men In tho navy by 1000 men and asking for an Increase of apprentices n t'he navy by 700. RESIGNATION CALLED FOR. Cloveiand. Jan. 14. Tho Tippecanoe tub last nlghit adopted resolutions asking Vnator Burke, Representatives Bramley, Mason, and Mayor HcKlsson and Cor. Ioratlor Counsel Norton, all of whom were active in opecdng the candidacy of SenaXor Hannu, to resign. Mayor McKls son made speech in whloa he refused to rerigm The directors will be asked to expel them. i FIGHT AGAINST JUDGE M'KENNA Senate four Boars ia CiecatUe Ses' slot Over the Questloa. ADVERSE REPORT TO CORBETT V.te ia Canine. .. r.rty Li.et ftlto by Kili.id Defiocrats, r.ps liitt .id Silver Repibliciil. Washington. Jan. 14. When tlhe senate went nto executive at!an today tbe re port of tlm Jislklary rotnmiixee on the nomination of Attomey-neraI McKenna to be associate Justoe of the United States sopi-ema court was called up. After de voting the greater part of the day to McKrnna'. nomination the senate went out of executive swlon without taking any action upon It. Further t-onsdertlon wjs postponed nn- tl a wrest from today. Almost the entire four hours ot the ex erutlvs session was devoted to the direct consaleratfon of fhe nomination of Mc Kenna. The discussion was the rojhit of an eflort on the part of Allen to secure a postponement for two weeks In rhe end a compmmke was reached, deferring conskl ration of the matter until a week from today, on condition that the Ne tirwka sensxors should agree to allow a vote to be taken on that day. f1 Tho debate upon McKerma's nomina tion was precipitated by Senator Hoar, chairman of the committee on Judiciary, who culled up the nomination m accord ance with his notice, and aekni for im mediate action. In doing thin. Hoar spoke br"fly of the opposition to Mc Kenna saying that w judiciary commit- j tee hail Investigated most of the choree mwle and hnd reached the conclusion that (hey wre wfthout foundation. He said that she greater number of charges had been made by members of the American Protective Association, and ax rber had heen founded solely upon the fart rhat Mr. McKenna was Catholio in religion. th-y had not been deemed wrothy of se rious oonsi.Iem.tion. Hoar dwelt et some lenrth upon fhls point. eovyr!a;IR any man a-ho woiitd nltemnt to Inject the qu.wtlon of relurton Into the controversy over a man's flltnes for office. He saiI Unit sox-h effort was emlrHy un-American and uniaUiotlc and KhouH not for a mo miwn receive tho consideration of fair mlnlI men. Senator White mlsi spoke of the effort of the A. P. A. to fterfere with '.he course of the senate fn glvlnc proper atentlon to the Question, the Ui-termlmitlon or whk'h should depnd untm the considera tion of fitne. antl )ustnts ns between man an,l man. rather than uiwn on ap peal to bigotry, prejudice ami the faVe claim of putriotosm. He s(xke of the A. P. A. 's as fool, who could not be prop erly ohititerired In the tenate. He had no patience, tie said with men who held the opinion rhat Catholic, must necessa rily consult eople or some other high functionary of tho Catholic chur h n every Important transaction of their lives, andaiVied that t M convlnctd that the American st'nnte would not b Influenced for a moment by such r-pre-senta.tlons n-order of the ch iracti r or the A. P. A. would make. McKemm's confirmation should dep nd upon different cons l.lerwt tons. For hlm svlf, while he did not contend that Mc Kenna was giant In his l.-val att.in ments. still he believed him to be an hon orable man. a competent hiwyr and a jiat Juri-t. and hes hould support his confir mation. It was here that Allen interposed an ob jection to immediate action. H esald so far es the opposltliui of the A. P. A was concerned It did not Influence him. ana he agreed with al that hod been said a. to tho propriety of OJiy Interference n the matter of this character on account of religious prejudices or predilections. There were still othre charges which were to lhs mind far more serious, and to I prove that such was the case, he read at some length from letters and newspapers attncklng Mi-Kenna" record ns an attor ney and jurlnt on the ground of waat of legal attainments. CORTtRTT'S CASR. Washington. Jan. 14. (Spec il tj the Astorlan.) The senate committee on priv ileges and elections tollay decided to make an niF.vrse report on H. W. Corbet f a ckifm to a seat In the senate from Oregon. The vote was 4 to S. on party lines, ex cept that St-nater lliu-row, republican, who wib absent, was counted upon his authority, as being In opposition to Cor bet t. PREPARING 'FOR THE FUTURE. Washington. Jan. 14. As a result of the conferences held wl(hn the last few day. between several leadns of the various par tkw. It is said that Chairman Jones of th. democratlo national committee; Chair man Butler, of the populist national com nUtee, and Clhairman Towne, of the sll wr republican national committee, will Issue n Joint manifesto next week, with a view to securing common action by the three organizations in the political con tec of 185$. THAT CHINA LOAN. Berlin, Jan. 11. The preen is greatly excited in discussing the Ohlnv loan over the event of a Joint Anglo-German loan. The suggestion Is engwly welcomed and since It was mooted a distinctly friendly tone toward England has been adopted, approaching open flattery. The East Asiatic Correspondence, a Jour nal credited with Intmaite relations to the Chinese embassy, announces that after the failure of LI Hung, China plaiea the loan negotiations in the hands of Sir Robert Hart, diretcor of the Chinese Im perial maritime customs, whose efforts : I " mil n-ii IP mmmmm-mmmmmr II i HMW ii.ii to place a loan tn London offer .vary promise of being atMoeesCul. The paper adds that fresh taxation Is bemg planned tn China winters the taxa tion rata Is Is per bead, as against la per bead in India, plenty of revenue thus being available. With respect to the An. glo-RusBlan agreement as to Core the East Asiatic Correspondenoe says: "An agreement ia probata on thw basis of Russia controlling the outsum and McLwy Browa for soma time superin tendent of customs at Seoul, succeeding 8tr Hubert Hart" It ia said fh- the emperor of Chin has ordered U Hung Chang with Urge suite, to go eo Tten Tsin to welcome Prince Henry of Prussia, (now cn route) and to escort Mm to Peking. In official circles it is believed the government will not adopt protective measures at Klao Chou against foreign trade. OAMFAKJJf COMMITTEE. Washington, Jan. 14. Thu following sftnatona haws been chosen as the sena torial members of the democratic con- irresstonal campaign commktXee: Faulkner, Jones of Arkansas, Cockrell, White, iMurpfty, Smith. Rawlins and Pasco. HE CLAIMS LAND NEAR BOUNDARY I'. Smith .Making a Coatt for Title to Alaska Property . THE AMERICAN FLAG HOISTED Aftera.rds Hailed Don. kith Apolegj Str.nd .Heore ia Tr.ible Witk L. cat.rs .. tli Laid. Victoria, B. C, Jan. 14--CoueK;tcr Mlkoe in n receipt of a tetter from Skagway in which it Is alleged chat J. V. Smith. Uni ted State commtoner for Dye ana Skagwuy, claims a strip of land three mika down from the bead of Lake Hen nett which is near the boundary line, as It Is defined by tlie f nltea Mates, anu which would give the United States con trol of tho territory from the coast to tne lakes. Commeoner Smith, the Utter alleges, has ordered all locators of lots to nave them recorded with him. A party oi Americana, tho writer says, fouowed up the commissioner's declaration by hoist ing ihe American flag Just below the po lice barracks, where the union acg was flying. The police demanded an explana tion, and after some parleying tne nag was hauled down and an apology ten dered. ..... - - STEAMERS FOR KLONDIKE. ' San Francisco, Jan. 14.-Six large barges and three river steamers for 6rvlce on the Yukon and its tributaries are building ait the shipyard of T. P. H. Whltelaw & Sons. The boats are for the Alaska Exploration company In which the Roths childs are largely interested and will cost more ohan a quarter million dollars. The boats wll be taken apart and shipped to UnuJaska, where they will be est up and towed to the mouth of the Yukon. The pieces of the nine boats will be stowed in the hold of the American ship Slntram which will be towed to Dutch harbor by the tug Fearless. The distance to Dutch harbor U 2'3i miles, and the feat, if successful, will break the Paclflo coast long distance towng record by al most a thousand mlleta. DAWSON CARRIER PIGEONS. San Francisco. Ja.i. 14. James Jackson has arrived from Boston with a number of carrier pistons whose homing instincts he hopes to utHlie In the work of estab lMiing regular communication between Dawson City and St. Michaels next win ter. He Intends taking his birds to St. Mciiu.i as soon us possible and will establish stations at convenient Intervals from there to Dawson. FIRES IN AUSTRALIA. ) . Melbourne, Jan. 14. There has been destructive (ires thruoghout the colony of Victoria and enormous damage ha. been done. There has been a great loss of livestock. PULLMAN'S WEALTH. Chicago, Jare. 14. An inventory of the estate of the hite Georgo M. Pullman has been filed in the probate court. Th. Inventory lists the real estate and per sonal property of the deceased wl'h an estimated value of $10,000,000. OCEAN RACE. New York, Jan. 11. Two sailing vessels that have been rivals for some time have 'left port toavther. The captains of the two lps have mado wagers as to the time of arrival alt their respective por.s. Tho Aryan, commanded by Captain Dick inson, la bound for San Francisco, and the DirUro, commanded by Captain Good win, sailed for Shanghai The distance wlci expect, to travel is nearly the same and tbe vessels will take the same course until they round Cape Horn. The loading of both vessels was finished at the so time. YEAR OPENS WITH .GOOD PROSPECTS Then Is No Wild Excitement Ii Spec ulative Markets. RAILROAD EARNINGS INCREASE lirpr Tk.a I. 1892, r tbe Best Tcira ia r.it Blsiory, ia Spit .f Sou It C.itii. New York, Jan. 14. R. O. Dun and Oom pany'. weekly review of trade will aajr tomorrow; The year has opened with Tery saUs. factory pcospsct It . all the bettor that there is no wild excitement in speculative markets, and white stock, advaoc lit tle, grain yields a little. Payments through the principal clearing houses, notwithstanding the decnta. at New York, owing to ths Inactivity at stocks, are ver cent larger than la WO, bM 1.1 per cent larger outald of Xw York. The earning, of all railroads In the Unl ted State, reporting tor December are ya.Xi,ZT, nd indicate substantially tns aamo rata of increase, axoesdlng has; year s by WS per cent and. ths oarnuiga of 1893 for the same roads by 14 per ceox, Bines MW was on ths whole th moat prosperous year thus far, a comparisons indicate. oMwiflbatanding the lowest prices ever known, that volume of bust, ness la large, and n spits of soma cutting of rates, the earnings of rail roads are larger than in ths best year of past his tory. The failures for the past week have been 3M In the United States) against 4ES last year, and 45 in Canada against 71 last year. FLOOD AT SKAMOKAWAY. Word comes from Skamokaway through Mr. C. B. BJornsgaard. who was down yesterday, that for some unknown causs the Skamokaway creek overflowed its banks Thursday and the day before, flood ing tne vaneiy, carrying away one or two farm house and bams, filling meadow, with debris, washing out banks and dolna much damage to farm lands antt pastures. At last accounts yesterday morning tho waters were receding. ADDITIONAL LOCAL. The funeral of Mrs. Travers took p'ace yesterday sSternoon from Pohle's under. ' biking part -ra where services were con. ducted by Rev. Father Dlelman. and the remunis conveyed to Grnwood ceme. tery for interment. Judge A. A. Cleveland . conducted the services at the grxve. A large number of friends of fie deceased followed the remains to their la t resting place. At the meeting last night of Paolflo lodge No. 17, K. of P., the following of floera were installed: C. C. A. T. Sei ferts; V. C. Wm. Fitzgerald; P.. 8. Greenbaum: yt. of TV., J. V. Burns." K. cf R. and S.. A. A. Cleveland; M. of E.. J. C. Clinton; M. of F.. Jas. IW Hare; M. at A., VT. C. A. Pohl; I. O.. F. M. Shumaker: O. G., IW. L. McCrOFky; trus tee for three years, Jems Hansen. Small consignments of smelt are re ceived dully by the local fish markets from up river points and are told at 1214 cents a pound. The run Is later this sea son than usual, although tho weather Is favorable for an early run of smelt Steel heuds and Sound herring are the only t1.l in the markets in any quan tity, the former selling at T cents a pound. The February hunch back salmon will soxi be In the mirkets, and together with the em d;. if the latter does not take no;lo.i to slip by tn Columbia, win supply the table for the Lenten season. The Alaska rush has fairly commenced judging from the business awaiting the arrival of the Eldr here. Agent R. F. Wilson was beselged yesterday with peop'e seeking tnformiMon in regtrl to passen ger accommodations, freight capacity, rates, etc. Ths freight and passenger list for the Elder on her arrival here today s the turgeiit she has yet taken to the north and Mr. Wilson was busily engaged yesterday arranging matters for her departure. Fol'swlng Is the list of Astoria passengers: Geo. W. Morton, L. L. Dubois, Mns. S. Fr.-em in. F. M. GeTdes, Capt. A. C. Fisher, Sydney Campbell, O. W. Dunbar. J. F. Sale, R. J. Howell, J. W. Frazr. H. Phillips, Mis. A. Maclr. Second class H. EulBngt-jn, H. Ounder son. A. J. Boder, Chas. Rohbek, Mrs. Klethleiy, Tho.. Arden, Joe Lee, Mi. Llna Hakvist. Lena Ladoe, Chas. Hak vtst, F. C. Reed, C. Gundereon, Frank; Tompkins. J. E. Nllson, John Schneider, Frank O'Connor, Dan Taylor, W. L. Alexander. Royal aukes the food pare, wbalesoaie and dsllcless. fc-UWLiU Absolutely Purs mrttk bmom sowsca eo., atw veax. mi 4 f