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FINDS REST IN' JAIL
Mrs. Torturici Is Happier Now
Than Ever Before,
FEARS TO FACE SICILIANS
Wife of Man Who Killed VHardo
Knows That Once Outside Ven-
geance Would Fall Upon Her
' " - for Her Disclosure.
SAX FRANCISCO, April 15 Rosa
Torturici fears the vengeance of those
who have assisted her husband since
the murder- They know that she has
made damaging: disclosures to officials,
and it Is said the woman received In
timations that if she does not cease
talking her lips will be sealed as are
the lips of Vilardo.
Mrs. Torturici is enjoying herself at
the city prison. This may sound
strange, but It Is vouched for by the
woman herself, by her attorney. Judge
J. A. SpinettI, by the foreman of the
grand jury and by the officials at the
prison. So well is the world serving
the wife of Pietro Torturici, murderer
of Siagio Vilardo, that she is in. no
haste to leave the prison. As a reason
for this, she states that1 -were she td
go,out upon the streets, under the glare
of the noonday sun, her acquaintances
would point accusingly at her and she
would be compelled to hang her head.
In Jail, she is receiving kindly treat
ment and probably more of the actual
comforts of life than she has known
since she became the wife of the man
whom the police are scouring the state
Then, too. the Sicilian friends of
Torturici know that Mrs. Torturici has
told the police that her husband was
guilty of the murder. It might be that
revenge would reach even to her. She
does not express any fear of those on
the outside, "but she is altogether safe
and very comfortable in the matron's
rooms in the prison.
The severity of the police inquisition,
so far as she Is concerned, has ceased,
and with the exception of an occasional
hour of Questioning, she left to her
own devices. The matron has taken
a great fancy to the pretty little
woman and waits upon her with con
siderable tenderness, and every blue
coat on duty in the prison stops occa
sionally to chuck her chubby babe un
der the chin.
The Italian Relief Society, o which
Sirs. Garabaldl Iaccherl Is president,
has Interested itself in her physical
welfare. Mrs. Iaccherl visits her dally
in the prison. Toothsome dainties are
taken In to her and she has been sup
plied with plenty of new clothing for
herself and little one. A purse was
made, up by Italian residents and left
with the Chief of Police with instruc
tions that Mrs. Torturici was to use
from Its contents as occasion demands.
BOISE NEWSPAPER ROW.
Campaign Methods Will Be Aired In
the Litigation. '
BOISE. Idaho. April 15. (Special.) The
first of the suits growing out of the trou
ble between the managers of the Evening
Capital News was filed this afternoon.
It is brought by the Capital News Publish
ing Company against Charles S. Fisher,
the former editor, the complaint being
verified by R. S. Sheridan. The complaint
asks judgment for $1,764.65 under three
causes of action. One relates to the pro
ceeds of a note given on January 24, 1905,
for $3000, it being alleged Fisher has re
tained $500 of the proceeds. Another al
legation is that Fisher has overdrawn his
salary account $264.66. The third cause of
action opened up a subject about which
there has been much speculation. It is
charged that In the months of September,
October and November last year Fisher
collected $1000 from Chairman J. H. Brady,
of the Republican State Committee, which
he did not turn in to the company.
There was a split In the Democratic par
ty last year and the News refused to sup
port the state ticket. It has always been
charged in some quarters that Brady paid
the money for its action, but the charge
has been denied by the chairman.
BANDITS' BODIES IDENTIFIED
No Doubt as to the Killing of the
SAN FRANCISCO, April 15. (Special.)
Special Officer Thacker, of the Wells
Fargo Company, has arrived from New
Mexico and brought to this city the grew
some details of the killing of the Gates
brothers at Separ, N. M. Both men were
killed, while In bed and while attempting
to resist Deputy Sheriff McGrath, who
had come from Lordsburg to arrest them.
Special Officer Thacker gave the Dep
uty Sheriff and others pictures and de
scriptions of the Gates, and it was de
cided that they were the bandits that
had been killed. The bodies were then ex
humed, and the distinguishing marks
were recognized. Again, when the spe
cial officer arrived at Separ, In order to
satisfy himself that the men who were
killed were the Gates brothers, he again
dug up the corpses and assured himself.
The shot marks on the side and arms of
George Gates were seen, and the place
where the gold cap had been on one "of
the front teeth of Vernon Gates was also
Baker City Man Worked by an Old
Game at Seattle.
SEATTLE. Wash., April 15. (Special.)
It-cost John Craighead, a -young farm
hand of Baker City, Or., $35 to learn the
old freight-bill bunco trick in Seattle.
Craighead now wants the police to help
him .get his money.
Craighead says he arrived in the city
yesterday morning. On Second avenue,
near St. James street, he met a man who
said he owned a big ranch near Sno
homish. The rancher was desirous of
employing several farmhands, and asked
Craighead If he wouldn't .go to work for
He agreed, and in a few minutes the
bunco man returned to tell Craighead
that he needed $35 to pay a freight bill.
The Oregon man turned over the money
and now cannot find his pseudo em
ployer. MOCK AND REAL TRIALS.
Kangaroo Court Brings Jokers Be
fore the Law.
"WILBUR, "Wash.. April 15. (Special.)
Nine young men. who were holding kan
garoo court in an effort to scare Gus
Zaranskl, a feeble-minded man who lives
near town, were corralled by the Town
Marshall and given a taste of real court.
A few pleaded guilty and were fined $1
each and costs. Others pleaded not guilty
to the charge of Impersonating an officer
in the holding of the mock trial, and
these were fined $5 each. It was a shame
faced crowd which lined up before Jus
tice Thompson and received sentence.
Previous to the mock arrest of Zaran
skl, several of the young men had dis
guised themselves as girls, and' it is
said were being entertained In Zaranskl's
house when the bogus Sheriff made the
arrest. The mock trial was "hcifl in
livery barn and drew a crowd. There was
a wna scram Die lor exits when the Mar
ASLEEP AT HIS POST.
Prison Guaijd Loses His Job and Also
Gets a Cracked Head.
SALEM, Or., April 15. (Special.) J. T.
Griffin, a- guard at the State Prison,
struck X W. Manley an ex-guard, a ter
rible blow over the head with a loaded
cane today and later paid a $10 fine for
assault and battery. Last night Griffin
and Manley were guards on the prison
wall, and, among other things, it was
their duty to exchange signals every,
hour. Late in the night Griffin failed to
get a response to his signal, and. In ac
cordance with the rules, reported to the
office. The Warden Investigated, found
Manley asleep at his post and discharged
, Anticipating trouble. Griffin carried his
cane today, and when he met Manley,
who Is of powerful physique, the passing
of the He was all that was necessary to
bring tho weapon into action. Though
the cane caught him across the forehead,
Manley was scarcely more than dazed,
and was proceeding to show the large
crowd of spectators a lively fight when
the men were separated and arrested.
CHOICE ALMOST UNANIMOUS.
Republicans of Spokane Nominate
W. H. Acuff for Mayor.
SPOKANE, Wash., April 15. (Special.)
By an overwhelming vote the Republican
convention nominated W. H. Acuff as its
candidate for Mayor today. Tho enthusi
asm of the hour was neutralized by the
Irreconcilable opposition of a handful of
delegates, who voted loudly against the
motion to make Acuff s nomination unani
mous, but nevertheless the great body of
tho convention was demonstrative In its
satisfaction over the result. Acuff won on
the first ballot. He is generally regarded
as representing the radical element. He
Is a church member and president of the
Washington Milling Company, lumber
Other nominations made by the city con
vention were as follows:
Controller F. E. Michaels.
Treasurer W. H. Wis combe.
Council First Ward, J. S .Graves, Dr.
George T. Penn: Second Ward, John H.'
Peet. Harry K. Galusha; Third Ward, W.
G. Estep. Harry G. Stlmmel; Fourth
Ward, W. T. Horr J. T. Snyder (renomi
nated); Fifth Ward. J. S. Phillips, John F,
Both Sides Claim a Victory.
BAKER CITY, Or.. April 15. (Special.)
Both sides of the litigation in the whis
ky cases have been trying to make capi
tal out of tho profit or loss accruing to
the county over the late trials. The state
has been -claiming a financial success,
while the whisky men and their admirers
are gloating over the burden which will
irritate the taxpayer when another elec
tion occurs. The decision, of Judge White
In the Anderson case today was a vic
tory for the whisky men. Anderson hav
ing been found guilty, a cost bill was
charged against him of $150. His attor
neys fought It, and the court knocked it
down to $16.
Water Supply for Boise Post.
BOISE, Idaho, April 15. (SpeclaL)-A
military board today made an Inspection
of the Sonna water system on the mili
tary reserve here to determine whether
it will furnish enough water for the post
when enlarged and what its value Is.
The board consists of Major Mills, of the
Engineer Corps; Major Hodgson, of the
Quartermaster's Department, and Cap
tain Tate, of tho Third Cavalry. The
system collects water from a large num
ber of springs through 21 miles of pipe
and delivers It to a reservoir on the res
ervation. It was put in by Mr. Sonna to
supply the post, and he has used the sur
plus In his own property In town. He
asks $40,000 for it. The board Is under
stood to believe the water supply is suf
ficient, but it Is not known what It thinks
about the price.
Convicts Who Broke Jail.
SACRAMENTO, Cal., April 15. (Spe
cial.) Pale and emaciated from, the effects
of the severe wounds received in their
break for liberty, and from confinement
In the dungeons at Folson Prison, con
victs J. W. Finley and Charles Carson
appeared In Judge Hart's court today and
were arraigned on a charge of assault
with a deadly weapon with malice afore
thought. Both men are life-termers, and
if convicted on this charge they will grace
the gallows. These are the convicts who
were concerned In the last break at Fol
som Prison, and who were shot by Guard
Study Hawaiian Labor Matters.
SAN FRANCISCO. April 15. Charles P.
Nelll, United States Labor Commissioner,
arrived here yesterday from Washington.
He Is on his way to the Hawaiian Islands
for the purpose of gaining knowledge of
the labor situation there, and especially
as to the conditions bearing on the em
ployment of Japanese and Chinese. He
leaves for Honolulu on the steamship
Manchuria, sailing on Wednesday next.
On the same steamer will be J. B. Cas
tle, one of the leading citizens of Hawaii,
who is well Informed on the labor situa
tion In the Islands and will, it is expected,
furnish much interesting information to
the Commissioner on the subject during
Arranging Clackamas' School Display
OREGON CITY, Or.. April 15. (Special.)
Having been assured by a member of
the executive committee of the Clackamas
County Lewis and Clark exhibit that the
necessary funds for installing the educa
tional exhibit will be forthcoming,
the members of the educational
committee In this county met at
the Courthouse today to arrange and clas
sify this department of the Clackamas
County display. This feature of the ex
hibit will comprise all kinds of papers
and drawings, together with some manual
work, and will be to the credit of the
Revival for Oregon City.
OREGON CITY. Or., April 15. (Special.)
A meeting of the members of the
Protestant churches of Oregon City was
held tonight at the First Presbyterian
Church, when an organization was ef
fected preliminary to tho two weeks'
evangelistic services that are to be In
augurated at the First Baptist Church
Sunday evening. The services will be
conducted by Rev. J. E. Snyder, of Port
land, who will be assisted by R. N. Jef
frey, a singer of Los Angeles. The week
day services will be held at the First
Praying for Rain in Montana.
GREAT FALLS, Mont, April 15.
Bishop Lenihan. of the Roman Catholic
diocese of Great Falls, ha8 issued a re
quest that all priests of the diocese
should recite the prayer for rain in
all masses In which rubles will permit
its recital for the next three months.
Ho has also requested all members of
the church to pray for rain. Because
of the extreme scarcity of snow, one
of the worst drouths In the history of
the state Is feared, the snowfall having
been the lightest in the memory of
the oldest settlers.
Abandonment of Esquimalt.
VTPTfYRTA B. C. Anrll 15. Th ahan
donment of the Esquimalt naval station
was complete today when an auction sale
was held of discarded naval stores, in
cluding ngmers, scows, Kirpeao nets, an
chors, chains, etc.
Wheat at Tacoma.
" TACOMA. April 15. Wheat un
changed. Bluestein. 93&c; club, 86c
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Ironworkers Threaten Parade
WILL CLASH WITH COSSACKS
Prohibition of Public Funeral Causes
Shutdown of Putlloff Works
and Fear of Conflict In
ST. PETERSBURG. April 15. The Pou
tlloff Works have been closed. A notice
on the sates says It Is due to unreason
able demands of the men, the threatening
of the officials, frequent interruptions of
work and disregard for the "rules. Sev
eral squadrons of dragoons, detachments
of grenadiers and a regiment of sharp
shooters, have been stationed near the
-works all day.
The outbreak -which culminated In the
closing of the concern originated because
of a scheme of the employes to make the
burial of men -who were killed. In a recent
accident in the works a grand political
demonstration. The workmen proposed to
have the Interment made In the Smolensk
Cemetery, which Is In Vasslll Ostrov, op
posite the city, and which would involve
a five-mile parade of the 12,000 workmen
directly through that part of the city.
The police Insisted that interment take
place In a cemetery near the works, bfiV
the workmen refused, and. It is said, will
endeavor to carry out their programme
tomorrow, which will mean certain con
flict with the police and Cossacks.
ROMANOFFS IN THEIR COFFINS
Cartoon in Russian Paper Sends Price
y to Premium.
ST. PETERSBURG, April 15. Quite a
sensation was caused this morning by the
appearance in the Neva, the most widely
circulated Illustrated weekly In Russia,
of a half-tone picture representing tho
imperial family, including the Empress
holding the heir to the throne, the
background of the picture showing, in
shadowy outlines, the Emperor, Grand
Duke Serglus, Grand Duke Alexis, the
Dowager Empress, the heir to the throne
and practically all the members of the
Romanoff family lying dead In their cof
fins. The work Is done so skillfully that
the shadows In ths drapery behind the
imperial family are discernible with great
difficulty. The publishers disclaim any
previous knowledge of tho shadowy fig
ures. The culprits, who were students
employed on the paper, have not yet been
located. Copies of this edition of the
Neva are selling at a big premium.
The Slovl has received Its first warning
for the publication of articles entltlcd
"The Bureaucracy," and "The War and
Reform," In which the paper severely
arraigned the bureaucracy, the general
staff and the War Office for incompe
tency. LAST STRAW OF WITTE'S LOAD
Abolition of Peasant Commission
Causes Him to Resign.
ST. PETERSBURG. April 15. M. Wltte,
President of the Committee of Min
isters, has definitely decided to give
up all work and go abroad. The last
straw was the Imperial rescript addressed
Thursday to Interior Minister Bouligan,
creating a special commission to discuss
questions relating to peasant tenure of
rlandsi"and the abolition of tho Peasant
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; Be better or more suitably filled than at -our Store. It is univer
sally conceded that our -garments are'
, MADE RIGHT - FIT RIGHT --PRICED RIGHT
SPRING SUITS $15 TO $35
TOPCOATS $15 TO $30- : I, - v
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Commission over which. M. Wltte pre
sided. The Emperor took the step with
out even opprlslng M. Witt of his Inten
tion. The members of the Wltte Commis
sion were actually at work Tuesday" even
ing and woke up yesterday to find the
Commission out of existence. M. Wltte
attributes the Emperor's act to court In
trigue directly aimed against himself, and
yesterday Informed his friends that he
was completely disheartened and discour
aged, no longer able to endure the humili
ations heaped upon him, and that he
would leave all and go abroad for a time.
M. Wltte's antagonists at court, where
their Influence was greatly feared by M.
Wltte, were effectively reinforced by part
of the old Von Plehve cabal, headed by
M. Sturmer, formerly Under Secretary of
the Interior, and M. Stjchlniskl, former
Chief Adjutant of the Interior Depart
ment, who was forced out of the Ministry
of tho Interior by former Interior Minis
ter Sviatopolk-Mlrsky, and they have
wreaked their vengeance on their ancient
chief enemy, M. Wltte.
The Associated Press Is Informed that
M. Wltte went to Tsarskoe-Selo yesterday
and Informed tho Emperor that it was
quite plain that a plot against him exist
ed, and that he desired to retire. The
Emperor, however. Is understood to have
declined again to accept the Minister's
REFUSES TO REFORM CHURCH
Czar Rejects Petition for Call of Gen
ST. PETERSBURG, April 15. Emperor
Nicholas has decided that the moment
Is inopportune to grant the petition of a
group of the Influential clergy for a con
vocation of a general council to effect a
reform of the ecclesiastical administra
tion. On tho margin of the petition the
Emperor appended a note as follows:
"I find It Impossible in the present dis
turbed times to undertake a task of such
magnitude, requiring -calm consideration.
Following the old example of the ortho
dox Emperors, I Intend, however, as soon
as there Is a favorable movement, to set
on foot this great work and summon the
Council of the Russian Church for a can
onical discussion of questions of faith and
IS ACQUITTED OF TREASON
Father of Bobrlkoff's Assassin Exon
erated by Finnish Jury.
HELSINGFORS, April 13. The High
Court of Justice at Abo, Finland, has
acquitted Senator Schaumanrt of the
charge of high treason, finding that, al
though he drew up a document of limited
treasonable" tendency, he was not re
sponsible directly for the treasonable doc
uments with which the prosecution sought
to connect him.
(Senator Schaumann was the father of
Eugene Schaumann, who last Summer
shot and killed Governor-General of Fin
land Bobrikoff and afterward commit
ted suicide. Senator Schaumann was tried
on a charge of treason In connection with
the assassination of Bobrikoff.)
PINS FAITH ON OLD SYSTEM
New Party Organized to Fight Ex
MOSCOW, April 15. The Liberal Con
servatives who oppose constitutionalism
as contrary to the genius of Russian
life, but who favor the restoration of the
ancient Zemsky Sobor, have formed an
organization to fight the revolutionary
constitutional propaganda. The organi
zation shortly will be extended to St.
Petersburg and other large centers, when
a programme wilTbe published and an ap
peal will be Issued to the liberal Conserv
atives to combat the present radical agi
tation. Workmen Kill Lodz Policeman:
. LODZ, April 15. Two workmen shot and
Killed a policeman In the street. -One
of the assassins was arrested.
SMARTLY DRESSED MEN WILL WEAR THIS SEASON,
ASK BEN SELLING .
ING IN THE CITY
"I AM MRS. HUNTINGTON"
WOMAN THINKS SHE IS WIFE OF
Asks County Clerk Why Her Son's
Marriage Certificate Had Been
Secreted in His Office.
SAN FRANCISCO, April 15. There Is a
woman in Southern California who Im
agines she is Mrs. Huntington, the wife
of H. E. Huntington, the millionaire and
electric railroad magnate of L.os Angeles.
Such Is the statement made this morn
ing at the residence In this city of the
Huntlngtons. At the same time a posi
tive denial was made to the story from
San Bernardino which appeared In tho
morning papers, to the effect that H. E.
Huntington, Jr., had secretly secured a
marriage license from the County Clerk
of San Bernardino, and that the official
obligingly placed the marriage certificate
on a secret file In order to keep secret
the name of the lady in the case.
As the story from San Bernardino goes,
a woman representing herself as Mrs. H.
E. Huntington visited that city from Los
Angeles Thursday afternoon, and Imme
diately sought the County Clerk for in
formation regarding the alleged marriage
certificate, 4ut she was Informed that
the license had not been Issued. She went
to the County Clerk's office at Intervals
during the day on the same errand, and
last night she returned to Los Angeles.
It was stated this morning at the Hunt
ington home, at Jackson and Broderick
streets, that Mrs. Huntington is not in
this city, nor has she been here for a
long time. Nor has she been in Southern
California for months. Young Huntington
arrived here this morning, and went to
his home In the family residence. He de
clared that there Is no truth In the story
of his alleged marriage.
MRS. CHAD WICK UNDER BAIL
Judge Fixes Bond of Famous "Finan
cier" at $5000.
CINCINNATI, April 15. Mrs. Cassle L.
Chadwlck, who has been convicted and
sentenced to prison for ' ten years on
charges of procuring money by false pre
tenses, was today admitted to ball In the
sum of 45000 by United States Circuit
Court Judge Lurton. after consultation
with the other Judges of the circuit. She
Is already under heavy bonds In other
cases, and the 55000 is additional and In no
way affects the other cases. The ball is
allowed pending appeal proceedings, which
are to come up next October before the
United States Court of Appeals.
Judge Wing, counsel for Mrs. Chadwlck,
said It was not yet certain whether ball
could be secured, nor could he tell just
how soon the papers In the appeal could
be filed. District Attorney Sullivan was
In court to look after the interests of the
Government when Judge Wing applied for
ball, and opposed the request, that It be
fixed at 53000, which was the amount de
sired by Mrs. Chadwick's attorney. After
conferring with Judges Severing and
Richards, Judge Lurton placed the ball at
This sum Is in addition to the $47,000
bond named by the United States Circuit
Court of Appeals.
In an Interview this afternoon Mrs.
Chadwlck said: "Arrangements have
been made for bail for my release pend
ing; the iiearing of the appeal by the
Court of Appoals. Tho surety deposited
will be in cash. I fully expect to be
released within a week or ten days at
the outside. I have made no plans for
the future, or as to where I shall go
when released, but probably will Te
maln In Cleveland most of the time
during- tho Summer, or until my case is
feeard by the higher court. My- plans
will depend largely upon the conditions
of my health."
About a year ago Mrs. Chadwlck
was injured in a runaway, a small
bone In tho left arm being fractured.
Her physician states that the bone has
never properly knitted, and for some
time past Mrs. Chadwlck has suf
fered constantly from the Injury.
Otherwise her health apparently Is of
Rooney Throws English Wrestler.
CHICAGO, April 15. Jack Rooney.
Chicago's premier wrestler, - known as
the "Giant Policeman," tonight decis
ively defeated Jim Parr, of England,
under catch-as-catch-can rules before
the Chicago Athletic Club. The Brit
isher up to tonight had been looked
upon as the champion of the wrestlers
In that particular style. Parr won the
first fall In 11:45. In the second trial
Rooney rushed at Parr and threw the
Englishman to and fro. finally lifting
him clear from his feet and throwing
him head-down upon the carpet.
Promises All Races Representation.
ST. PETERSBURG, April 15.-Minlster
of the Interior Bouligan today received
deputations from the municipalities of
TIflls, Baku and Erwin, who demanded
participation by the towns In the Cauca
sus In the settlement of the question of
the convocation of representatives for
the assembly. The representatives dwelt
on the diversity of races and Interests In
the Caucasus, saying they required the
most complete representation. Minister
Bouligan promised them representation.
More Cossacks for Capital.
ST. PETERSBURG. April 15.-Several
squadrons of Cossacks have been brought
In to reinforce the garrison of St. Peters
burg In consequence of fears of a re
newal of disorders. The peasant move
ment In the neighborhood of Moscow 1$
also Inspiring serious apprehensions.
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I it Preston. Astoria
William Miller, do
O D Casady, Chehalis
W M Kaiser. Salem
F D McKay. Salem
Chas Kano. Gresham
A M Brown. F Grove
W A Bellinger, do
Mrs V McMHlen. City
D W Stcacy, do
D Warren. La Fayett
A R Black. Eugene
F E Lc Coore, do
Mrs Le Coore, do
MrB Alice McKenzIe.
Miss McKenzIe. do
E P Adams. City
Mrs M A NIckerson,
Mrs F A NIckerson,
Miss NIckerson, do
W J Colman. Seattle
F A Cledge, 3t Louis
Mrs Cledge. do
F D Cledge. do
F C Graham, Astoria
Fred Brown, do
S P Wilson, San Fran
R M Kellogg, Kalma
Isabelle Kellogg, do
Master Hicks, do
Mrs J M MePherson,
C Armstrong. Pocte'lo
L Fletcher. Cascade L
W N Byers. do
Mrs W H Byers. do
J Edglngton. Wasco
G M Cornett. Prlnrvllt
H D Crawford, Olyxnp
L A Lootnls. Ilwaco
jJ B Ashton. Chicago
N M Bethel. T Dalles
IB F Pike. Moro. Or
jR C Mays. Lasllna
J G Carroll. Chicago
Mrs C E King, Hoqm
iG W KImmer. Seattle
A Shrlver, WInterset,
Mrs A Shrlver. do
Miss Shrlver do
IMlsa M E Campbell.
I Davenport. Iowa
IO C Jensen. Spokana
A G Ehrenburg, do
'E W Stark. Vancouvr
W J Armand. do
iR Newell. Walla W
G B Richmond. SeattI
II L Clemmens, Lyia
(Mrs Clemmens. do
IC A Hlatt. Hesper. I
iCapt J S Anderson.
J Winter, Astoria, Or
A J Cooper, Ft StevnslM Austin, Denver
Mrs A N Frederlck-U T Krueger, Michl-
son, Cathlamet i Ban City
G A Lane, ProsserlJ H Hudson and wife.
fc. u Bean. Eugenei Arlington
O B Hollaway, City
J G Mullen. Montreal
C H Marsh, City
John J For. Seattle
J A Fee. Pendleton
Chaa Kuthe. City
E H Forrester. S F
E F Pernot. Corvallls
S B Huston. Hlllsboro
Oliver Huston, do
Call Huston. do
II T Beach. Glencoa
J W Thome, Rosebrgl
F J Beach, do
W H Kneeland. Sheltn
Ivan E Oakes. Eugena
A E Supplnger. Brkln
H Ruppln, Lancaster
C M Dorlty. Sprlngfld
B F Irvine, corvauis
Miss E Irvine, do
M C Phillips. do
Dr Amy D Curran.
C S Benson, Corvallls
J Finlaysen, Astoria
S L Dumon, Corvallls
J Patoskwal. Oakland
W W McNeff, Spokan
J L Apperson. Or City
J II Vreatherford and
Ira Wade. Toledo
R J Whltaker. San 51
Mrs McNeff. do
I A uavis. Denver
G E Coghlll. F GroveiR B Campbell. Astoria
Mrs G G Bingham, i.iohn Nordstrom, do
Salem ;Dan Gamble. d
Alice L Bingham, doj J Leonard. do
F Bailey and wife, EH Gustln. do
.. Pendleton G F Moyer, San Fraa
THE ST. CHARLES.
B J Taylor. Arthur IB Savage. Sheridan
Charles Rogers. City !W T Hughes. USA
C F Fisher. City
John T Johnson, do
Mrs H E Turk. Mt
Mrs James Brown
W L Stone, Kelso
A McLennon. Honm
x N Hulse. USA
Henry Pflffer. USA
J B Leehman. do
O F Hussey
E W Engllton. USA
Tony A Neury, do
D U Cochrane. Orient
J A Jenkins. Ostrndr
A G Smith
L Markham. McMlnn
D H Howard
Mrs D H Howard
A N McAdams, Cor
vallls i a Richardson, city
H Reeve. City
F A Reddlck. U 3VA!
Fred A Hodges, USA
T RIchason. Rainier
S E Gray. City
E R Needbam, OmhalW W GUlett. Pendlta
Mrs xeeanam. do ij ii mng, u s A
Mrs Ring. do R J Lary. USA
W H Tully. Dawson R Spring. USA
J B Fisher. WoodburnJWlllIam Kaus. USA!
H H Bonney. do IJ King. USA
H Eyster, City F Adklnson. USA
Emma London. MontjWm Rlckman, Salem
M Emstrum. H River W F Dlgnan. City
L C Caley. City JW J Watson. USA
A J Hunt 1 Wm Wooner. USA
C Kenyon IMrs J Manary. Cath
H M Selllnger. U S A I lamet
Thos Blackwell, do IL H Eddy. Salt Lake
Frank Doorak, do C Wooton. Hyden. Ky
Tacoma Hotel. Taenia su
'American plan. Rates. S3 and cjp.
Hotel Doaxelly, Tacoraa.
First-class restaurant In connection.
"500 Shares Good Goldfleld Stock.
Now organizing new company to develop
valuable properties. Charter members
wanted at 2c per share, cash or install
ments. Par value 51.00, nonassessable. 500
shares free. Monthly reports. "Write on
wire for particulars.
L. E. WILSON-. Box M. Goldfleld. Nevada.
ANY PART OF
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500 Canadian Marconi 2.50
150 Marconi of America 2S.0Q
FREDERICK DAILY &.CO.,
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