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THE MORNING OREGONIAN, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 10,
SPACE AT '05 FAIR
National Board Provides for the
FUNDS ARE ALSO ALLOTED
Special Appropriation of $25,000 Is
Made for an Alaskan Exhibit
Commerce and Labor Bureau,
Gets the Most, $27,000.
OREGONIAN NEWS BUREAU, "Wash
toctAR. Doc 9. The L.ewls and Clark Gov-
enttnoat Board today completed the al
lotmont of space for the various Govern
raent exhibits. The small structure to
the east o'C.the mala building -will be de
fied entirely to the Alaskan, forestry
ad irrigation oxhiblts, while the cor
responding building to the -west will be
ufied for fisheries. All other Government
exhibits will be made in the main buildlnir.
The State Department and Department
nf Justice will make their exhibits In
the ajsc at ha east end of the main
buHdlng. each having 1230 feet. The op-
jxwite apse will be filled "by exhibits from
the Library of Congress and the Bureau
of American Republics.
The Treasury exhibit will extend across
the oast end of the building, occupying
i3S square feot, while the entire front of
the building will be occupied, by exhibits
rrf the Navy and Agricultural Depart
meats, each with 7052 feet. To the rear
wiH be the exhibits of the Interior De-
Tartment, filling 7131 feet; the "War De
F&rtmoat and Philippine exhibit with 7632
fet between them, and the Department
of Commerce and Labor with 2107 feet.
The poetal exhibit will stretch across the
west end of the building and will cover
) same space as that of the Treasury.
In the projection at the rear of the build-
ng will be installed the exhibit of the
Smithsonian Institution and National
MnwHim. filling 5112 feet
The board also completed the allotment
of ftinds for department exhibits in the
State Department 5 3,000
Treasury Department 25,000
War Department 15,000
Department of Justice 3;ooo
Postoffice Department 10.000
Navy Department 15,000
Interior Department 15,000
Department of Agriculture 10,000
Forestry m 10,000
Commerce and Labor, Including
Smithsonian and National Museum. 13,000
Bureau' of American Republics .... 3,000
Library of Congress 3,000
A separato appropriation of $25,009 was
made for an Alaskan exhibit.
REGARDED AS PERSECUTION,
Mitchell's Friends See No Reason for
Heney Wanting Him as Witness.
OREGONIAN NEWS BUREAU. Wash
ington. ;pcc. 9. Tho persistent efforts
tt.reT being made to compel Senator
MitdfcllHo appear IrrtPof&anO njia wit,
nefw in the land-fraud cases are regarded
by the Senator's friends .as a bit of per
sonal persecution. Intended to .convey the
impression' that the Senator has knowl
edge of facts which he" wishes to conceal.
This impression Is strengthened by the
faojt that Senator Mitchell's name has
always been linked with the land cases,
sither by Special Assistant Attorney
3 on oral Heney or by Secretary Hitch
rock, both of whom are very unfriendly
toward him, but who apparently have
no grounds upon which to attack him
The main reason assigned for desiring
Senator Mitchell's testimony Is to bring
out Iho Identity of the Portland lawyer
who Introduced Putcr to him.
There Is good authority for the state
ment that this lawyer's Identity is known
both to District Attorney Hall and to
Special Assistant Attorney-General
Honey. Tet. In spite of this fact, this
lawyer was not summoned to testify In
the rocont case and, so far. has not been
subponacd to appear in the case set for
Doc amber 16.
Thejssuance of a subpena for Senator
MUoholl is regarded as anothor feature
of the jiersecuton. It is .well known that
the Senator, while attending a session of
Congress, is not compelled to obey such
a summons, nor indeed is a Representa
tive In Congress: Moreover, the sub
poaa has no effect outside the State of
Oregon. In view of the position Senator
Mitchell has taken all along. Senator
Mitchell's friends hold the issuance of
this subpona was altogether unjustifiable.
Just what testimony the Government
wishes to obtain from Representative
Hermann is not known. Mr. Hermann
prof asses ignorance as to tho entire mat
ter. It Is very apparent from statements
which he made today that he will not re
turn to Portland to testify. Mr. Her
mann says his duties as Congressman
necessitate his presence In Washington,
though he could without Injury to the
state's interests, go to Portland and tes
tify In the next case, returning to Wash
ington before Congress reconvenes after
the holiday recess. Ho would be away
only during the recess, when there is no
particular demand . for his presence In
Washington. However, he is not dis
posed to yield to pressure.
Still Seeking Irrigation Site.
OREGONIAN NEWS BUREAU, '.Wash
ington. Dec 3. Senator Mitchell was to
day advised by the reclamation service
that investigations heretofore made have
not resulted in locating favorable sites
for an irrigation project on the Umatilla
Rlvor. Tho project has not been aban
doned, but will be further examined to
locate, if possible, some feasible sites.
Cows Can Graze on Reserve.
OREGONIAN NEWS BUREAU. -Washington.
Doc. 9. The Secretary, of the In
terior today granted permission for 500
cows to graze on the Pocatcllo forest re
serve in Idaho, but stipulates that only
cows- belonging to poor residents of tho
town shall enjoy this privilege.
Appointment for Idahoan.
OREGONIAN NEWS BUREAU, Wash
ington, Dec 9. Ross W. Kingsbury, of
Boise, was today appointed Second Lieu
tenant in the Marine Corps at the request
of Senator Heyburn. He will be stationed
at Annapolis for a year.
Charges of Much Padding at Election.
DENVER, Dec 9. The State Supreme
Court today took up the contempt charges
against Thomas Culp and II. L. Devan
ney, judges at the late election. Attorney
Thomas Ward announced that the prose
cution would prove that only 238 persons
entered the booths, where they presided,
to vote, while the returns showed that 417
ballots had been counted. Mr. "Ward al
leged also that It would be shown that the
two judges interfered with the Republican
After hearing the testimony of the
watchers and others in support of the
charges the court ordered that the ballot
box should be opened tomorrow and Its
contents submitted for examination to two
experts in penmanship.
A warrant has been issued for James
Riley, the third judge In this precinct, but
he has not been found.
Two additional arrests were made today
on, supreme Court warrants charging con
tempt. Clarence Dixon and Charles Mc
Aterer, election officials, were the persons
taken into custody. The usual bond of
51000 was furnished.
PRIZE BIRDS AT COBVATJJS.
Awards Made in a Number of Classes
Ladies Serve Tea.
CORVALLTS, Or., Dec. 9.-Special.)
Attendance at the poultry show on this
the second day Is large, and the comment
on the character and excellence of the
. cxmoits Is general. Mr. Bower, of the
State Poultry Association, Is prominent
among the managers of the show. This
afternoon occurred the ladles' afternoon
tea, programmed as a social feature of
wre enterprise, mere was a gooa attend
ance. Refreshments were served on the
stage of the Opera-House, In which build
Ing the ahow Is in progress.
More than 400 fanev birds are on ihl
bitlon. The State of Washington is Hh
erally represented in the exhibits, and
mere are displays of California birds.
In addition to the Benton Coimtv Wrds
there are nearly 203 specimens of fancy
poultry from Oregon. Most of the Wash
ington entries are "Wyandottes. Rhode
Island Beds and Bantams. Phmnnth
Rocks, both barred and white, and the
Wyandotte family In white, pencilled and
silver-laced, are in abundance. The dis
plays of Lechorns in white, huff and
brown, are a feature of the show, while
me urpmgtons, diuc Andeluslans, gray
uorxings and outer fancy varieties form
The awards were made this forenoon and
all the coops now bear the markings of
the birds Inside. Following is the list of
Blue Andeluslans. 12 entries Cockerel 1 vint.
D. M. G&lbreatb. Monmouth; second, Filberta
Poultry Yards, G re-sham; third and fourth. D.
m. uaioreain, Monmouth. Hens: First. Phil.
Derta Poultry Yards; second, third and fourth.
D. M. Calbreath. Pullets: First and second
D. M. Calbreath; third and fourth, Phllberta
Light Brahmas All entries by R. C. Klger.
Silver Gray Dorkings!, six entries All awards
to Al w. Xctvby, Amity, Or.
White Muscovy ducks, two entries-All to
a. a. Huriuurt, Albany.
Pekin ducks, two entries All to Ed Schoel,
Gray call ducks, two entries All to W. H.
Bmbden geese, four entries Gandera: Tint
Ed Schoell; second, Mrs. J. A. Buchanan. Cor-
vams. uoose: First, Mrs. J. A. Buchanan;
second, vxl Schoel.
toiiver-spangled Hamburgs. nine entries All
to J. Porter. Corvallla.
Black Langshan. three entires All to Frnv-
S. C. Brown Leghorns, cicht entries TVvV-
First, S. E. Beal, Corvallis. Cockerels: First.
John Stevens, Portland; second, S. E. Beal.
Hens: First and second, S. E. Beal. Pullet:
First and second. S. E. Beal.
R. C. Brown Leghorns, sir ontrlM-Ali tn
S. C. Buff Leghorns. 63 entries Pnek: vimt
L. B. Zell. Milton. Or.: second V j T-ih.-
Albany: third and fouth, Geno M. Simpson,
Corvallis. Cockerel; First and fourth. Gene
M. Simpson: second, fvi Rchni (mm a t.
MRS. MA YB RICK'S OWN STORY.
. By special arrangement with her pub
lishers. The Scnday Oregonlan tomor
row, will publish a page epitome of "Mrs.
Maybrick's Own Story: 'My Fifteen Lost
Tears." In seclusion and under the
shelter of. a friend s roof, Mrs. May
brick, ever since her arrival In America,
han devoted alt her time to this Tecital.
It Is literally her own story and pitifully
"Knlsely. Corvallis. Hen: First, Gene M. Simp
son; second, Ed Schoel; "third, W. J. Fisher;
fourth, Charles McAllister. Seattle. Pullet
First. Gene M. Simpson; eccond. Charles M
Alltstcr; third. Lee G. Davis, Albany; fourth,
Gene M. Simpson. '
White Leghorns, 18 entries Cock: First, Ed
Schoel: second, A. A. Hulburt; third, Ed
Schoel. Cockerel: First. A. A. Hurtburt.
S. C. Black Minorca, 'seven entries Cock:
First, J. L. HosTclns. Xewberg. Cockerel:
Third. L B. Smith, Corvallis. Hen: First anf
second, J. L. Hoeklns. Pullet: First and sec
ond. J. L. Hoskinsv
Buff Orpingtons, 8 entries-Cockerel: First
and second, F. L. Miller. Corvallis. Hens:
First, second and third, F. L. Miller, Corvallis;
fourth. John S. Moore, Independence. Pullets;
First, second and third, F. L. Miller; fourth)
John S. Moore.
Buff Plymouth Rocks, six entrie-All prizes
to Mrs. J. A. Buchanan.
Rhode Island Reds, 21 entries Cock: First
W. A. Bates. Corvallis; second. C. W. Vunk'
Albany; third, Phllberta Poultry Tarda. Cock'
crcl: First and second, C W. Vunk; third, W.
A. Bates- fourth, C. W. Vunk. Hens: First.
Phllberta Poultry Tarda; second. W. A. Bates;
third,-Phllberta Poultry Tarde; fourth, W. A.
Bates. Pullets: First and second, Phllberta
Poultry Tards; third, W. A. Bates; fourth,
Lee G. Davis.
Black Spanish, six entrie-All prizes to
Thomas Boulden, Corvallis.
Bronze turkeys, two entries All prizes to Ed
Buff Wyandottes, five entries Cockerel:
First. S. L Pratt, Newport; third, Mrs. J. A.
Buchanan. Hens: First, S. I. Pratt; second,
Mrs. J. G. Buchanan. Pullet: First, S. I.
White Wyandottes, 22 entries Cock: First,
Bowen Lester, Corvallis; second, W. J. Fisher;
third, Bowen Lester. Cockerel: First, Bowen
Lestor; second, W. J. Fisher; third and fourth,
Bowen Lester. Hen: First, second, third and
fourth, Bowen Lester. Pullets: First, second
and third, Bowen Lester; fourth, W. J. Fisher.
Silver-laced Wyandottes. 16 entries Cock.
First. F. A. Ball, Portland; second. Mm.
George Linderman, Corvallis. Cockerel: First,
F. A. Ball; second, third and fourth, Mrs!
George Linderman. Hens: First and second,
F. A. Ball; third and fourth, Mrs. George
Linderman. Pullets: First and second, F. A.
Ball; third and fourth, Mrs. George Linder
man. Silver-penciled Wyandottes. lO entries J. M
Torter received all prizes In the various classes.
k. . Rhode Island Reds, five entries Black
Bros., Coopvilie, Wash.
Scotch Creepers, two entries W. P. Finch
took all prizes.
R. C. Buff Leghorns, nve entries Mrs. Levi
A. number of awards are -yet to be made
Sentenced at Baker City.
BAKER CITY. Or.. Dec 9. rStwlni v
Judge Eakin sentenced Jim Hall, who
was convicted Wednesday of horsesteal
ing, to a term of sir years in the peni
tentiary. Hall was the man who stole a
carload of horses and shipped them to
Henry Wilson, who pleaded guilty to
breakimr a window of Innis Assav cttf
and stealing a gold specimen, was sen
tenced to tt-vo years m the penitentiary.
All Victims Accounted For.
were recovered from the coal mine this
morning, and now all of the 16 victims of
"Wednesday's explosion have been ac-
FLOATING SPOTS BEFORE EYES.
Dimness of vision and weak eyes, cured
by Murine Eye Remedies. A home cure
for eyes that need cure. Sold everywhere.
MEET ON GRIDIRON TODAY
MULTNOMAH AND WILLAMETTE
WILL COME TOGETHER.
Salem Team Is a Strong One, and Its
Friends Expect a Scoreless
"Down agin, up agin, gone agin, Lon
ergan," is the yell prepared by the M. A.
A. C's to strike terror Into tho hearts
of the husky Wlllamettes today. But,
from, "all Indications, it will take the full
action of the doughty halfback. In addl
tlon to the yell, to conquer the boys from
Salem. They came here with a good rep
utatlon, and It is even whispered in Sa
lem that the score will In all probability
be 0 to 0. This the Multnomahs think is
a little presumptive, yet they will take
no chances on easy playing.
Chauncey Bishop, Willamette's coach
and who will play In the game today, ar
rived in town last night and spent the
evening In telling of the prowess of his
team. He also brought the news that
over 200 people had purchased tickets for
the excursion to be run from Salem for
the game- This, he thought, was an in
dlcatlon that Salem believed Its men
could do what Eugene could not, and they
wanted to be in at the death.
Multnomah. In spite of a lack of prac
tlce, will go Into the game in good shape
and fully expects to win.
The line-up will be:
M. A. A. C. Position. Willamette.
Jordan L. E. R Henkle
Stow UT. R Pollard
Ross L.G. R Marker
Grieve. Rintoul C Kelson
.Seeley ... R. G. L James
Kirkley. Gault. . .R. T. L Rader
Dowllng, Capt....R. E. L Patton
Johnson Q Beach
Loncrgan L. J I. It Long. Capt
Koran R. II. L Bishop
Dolph . F Lounsberry
The officials of the game will be Pro
fessor Zercher. referee; Major W. Otto
Tho game will bo called at 3 o'clock
At 2:45 P. M. today, weather permitting,
there will bo a game of association foot
ball between elevens representing the Sea
men's Institute and the Portland Ascla-
tlon Football Club, with landsmen on the
sailors' eleven to even up matters. Next
Saturday there is to be an association
football match between Canadians vs,
sailors of England. Scotland and Ireland,
with Wales thrown In. The Canadians'
backers say their favorites will win, and
the other Britishers dispute this. It will
be a warm contest.
ASCOT BOOKIES MAKE KILLING
Only Two Favorites Win Susie Chris
tian a Big Surprise.
LOS ANGELES, Cal.. Dec 9. Only two
favorites won at Ascot today, and as a
consequence the 13 books cleaned up a
neat sum on the day's racing. The last
race was the biggest upset of the day.
Hildebrand had the only mount of the
day on Tlzen, who was a 5 to 1 choice.
and who was never seriously In the run
ning. Weather cloudy; track fast. Re
Five furlongs Mr. Dade won. Salario
second. Black Joe third; time, 1:02
Slauson course, selling Durbar won,
Dorlce second, Crlgll third; time. 1:10.
Six furlongs, soiling Our Pride won.
Cloche d'.Or second, Wlnnlfrcd third;
Mile and a sixteenth, selling Emperor
of India won. Diamante second. Harbor
third; time, 1:47?.
One mile, selling Requlter won, Tryon
second. Heather Honey third; time,
Six furlongs, selling Susie Christian
won, Landseer second. Patsy Brown
third; time, 1:15.
LONG SHOTS WIN AT OAKLAND
Rajn Makes the Track Heavy, and
Form Players Are All at Sea.
SAN FRANCISCO. Dec 9. Outsiders
were again In evidence at Oakland today.
The rain of the early morning mado the
track somewhat muddy, and form players
were at sea In several events. Robert
Mitchell, at 12 to 1. led all the way in
the first race. Pelham, a 9 to 1 chance,
beat The Mighty In the five-furlong race,
and Flying Torpedo, at 7 to 1, led tho
field in the second race. Resultst
Futurity course, selling Robert Mitch
ell won. Boss Baursc second. Fisher Boy
third; time, 1:13.
Mile and 70 yards, selling Flying Tor
pedo won, Galanthus second. Scherzo
third; time, 1:4S&.
Six furlongs, purse Hooligan won.
Squire Johnson second. Corn Blossom'
third; time. 1:15.
Five furlongs, purse Pelham won.
The Mighty second, Andrew- B. Cook
third; time, 1:01.
Six furlongs, selling Romaine won, H.
KILLS BORO BOY HONORED AT
PACIFIC X-NIVERSITV, Forest Grove.
Dec 9. Special.) Word comes from
Stanford. University that Fred Everson,
who took his preparatory course at Pa
cific, is winning honors at that institu
tion. At the beginning of the present
school year Mr. Everson was elected
president of the sophomore class, and
last Friday evening he succeeded in
winning the leadership of the sophomore
debating team in a competitive contest.
He will also play a leading role in the
annual sophomore play, the characters
for which are selected by competition.
Mr. Everson is a resident of Hillsboro.
L. Frank second. Little Wally third;
Mile and eighth, selling G. W. Trahern
won. Royalty second, Major Manslr
third; time, 1:57.
BRITT TAKES TO WRESTLING
Calif ornian Wants Exercise for His
Wind In Fine Condition.
SAN FRANCISCO. Dec. 9. (Special.)
Britt has taken to -wrestling. He took
on Charley Krcling for one long and
tedious round today. This was hard
work, although James seemed to eat it
up, and he worked his partner faster
each minute. When he finished In the
gymnasium, Brltt took a plunge In the
deep blue sea.
He weighs 131 pounds and never was
in better condition. The wrestling Is
something new, and Jimmy wants It for
NEWTON SHUTS TACOMA OUT
Angels Bunch Hits on Thomas, and
Make Three Runs.
LOS ANGELES, Dec 9. Newton
pitched a splendid game today which,
with errorless support behind him, shut
the Tacoma men out with but two hits
to their credit- He struck out five men
and allowed no base on balls. On the
other hand, Los Angeles bunched hits on
Thomas in the first and fifth innings,
scoring three runs and winning the game.
Los Angeles 2 0001000 3 8
Tacoma 0 0000000 00 2 0
Batteries Newton and Spies? Thomas,
Hogan and Graham.
LIVELY BASKETBALL GAME.
Tigers Are Defeated by M. A. A. C
In a well-contested game of basket-ball
the M. A. A. C. second team defeated the
Tigers of the Y. M. C. A. last night by
a score of 22 to 21.
This game was the first of real Interest
this season, and was marked throughout
by close, snappy playing.
The first half ended In favor of the
Tigers, the score standing 11 to S, but the
M. A. A. C's evened up matters in the
second half, and finished by a bare one
point. The line-up was:
M. A. A. C. Position. Tigers.
Frank F. Moore
Frohman F...... Masters
Kerrigan C Pugh
Gammie G Harrison
Allen G Merritt
Gets Big Trapshooting Event.
NEW YORK, Dec. 9. The Grand Amer
ican Handicap, greatest of American trap-
shooting events, will be held in Indian
apolis next year. This has been decided
here at a special meeting of the Inter
state Association. No definite day was
chosen, but the month of June was set
and arrangements of dates left to the
The following officers were unanimously
elected for the following year:
President, Irby Bennett. Memphis,
Tcnn.; vice-president, William J. Bruff,
New York; treasurer, A. W. Hlgglns, New
York; secretary and general manager,
,lmer E. Shaner. Pittsburg.
Grand American Handicap and tourna
ment committee for the year: Irby Ben
nett, J. T. Skclley, Thomas H. Keeler. J.
H. Marlln. A. C. Barrett. Harvey McMur-
chey. William F. Parker and Paul North,
of Cleveland, O.
Preparatory Girls Won Out.
WILLAMETTE UNIVERSITY Salom
Or., Dec 8. (Special.) In the first game
ol xne DasKctoau season at Willamette
University the preparatory girls de
feated the college and faculty team by a
score of 12 to 2. The game was played
unocr tne gins' rules which have been
adopted by most colleges In the North
west. The superb playing of Carrie Bel
knap, center, prevented the ball from
rcachlnir the collr.
Willamette girls expect to have a winning
team tnis year and have plans under way
for a series of tramps btwppn VinKv!
A fast game was played between teamg
irom two Doys gymnasium classes, which
was won by the 3:30 class bv a score of
ia to iz.
Monmouth Team Will Tour.
MONMOUTH. Ofl. Dep. 9 fSnctal
Basket-ball practice at the State Normal
is now reguiariy held, and the team Is
CCttinir into eood form Mnnr nf tnr-
mcr players of the past two years are tak-
J115 icfiuiitr wurn. iianager uraves crow
ley la arranging a series of games with
mo various scnoot teams, as wen as with
tne baiem and Vancouver Y. M. C. A.
teams. JVIter thA hnl davs thw mntnm
plate a trio throueh "Washineton.
Fred Crowley will play his position of
cemer, wnne uiier and uoiiey will play
as cruard anrl Stlni and "EYinv a for
wards, with R. Allen and Charles Gor
don as substitutes-.
Leaders in Six-Day Bicycle Race.
NEW YORK, Dec 10. At 1 o'clock
this morning the two leading teams in
the six-day bicycle races, Vanderstuyf t
Stol and Root-Dorlon. had covered 2047
miles, eight laps. Their competitors
were from one lap to several miles be
Neary-Goodman Fight a Draw.
MILWAUKEE. Dec. 9. Charley Neary.
of Milwaukee, and Kid Goodman, of Bos
ton, fought a fast six-round bout tonight
to a draw. "Walter Smith, of Chicago.
was knocked out in the second round of a
six-round contest by Jack Dougherty, of
Trotting Association Board Adjourns.
CHICAGO. Dec 9. The board of an.
peals of the American Trottinc Associa
tion today adjourned until 1903. Many ap
plications for reinstatements from mem
bers who had been expelled were granted.
Canadian Wrestler Is Defeated.
LOWELL. Mass., Dec 9. Harvey Par
ker, the wrestler, tonight defeated Eu
gene Trcmblay, Canadian champion, win
ning two falls, catch-as-catch-can.
Go to Play With Seattle.
ASTORIA. Or.. Dec 9. (SDeeial.wrhn
Commercial Club football team left this
morning for Seattle, where It will play a
game, tomorrow with the Seattle Athletic
T. K. Hunt Will Shortly Arrive- to
Select Site for Exhibit.
T. K. Hunt, who had charge of the
native 'Igorrottcs at the World's Fair
at St. Louis, will arrive In Portland
shortly to select a site on the Lewis
and Clark Exposition grounds for the
villages of Filipino tribes which will
be a feature of the Government ex
hibit. Mr. Hunt Is a close friend of the
Igorrottcs and It was through his in
fluence that the island natives were
supplied with their favorite diet of dog
at the World's Fair, although the S.
P. C A. violently protested.
The native villages at the Lewis and
Clark Exposition will exemplify the
manners and customs of the wild tribes
of the Islands and will add a pictur
esque touch to the inanimate exhibits
of the Philippines.
Accepts Peace Terms of Rebels.
BUENOS AYRES, Dec 9. The Foreign
Office is in receipt of a cablegram from
the Argentine Minister, at Asuncion,
stating that the government of Paraguay
has accepted the peace conditions of the
revolutionists, subject to the nomination
of John B. Guana for President. Guana
is a merchant in Asuncion, and belongs
to the political party of the rebel leader
Ferrelra, with whom heJs now conferring
aboard an Argentina warship.
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A H Coffee, Cinclnnat
G P Wheeler. N T
F B "Waite. Rosoburg
C B Sexton, St Louis
C F Singer, N Y
Mrs F B Hayes. Abrd
A David. Philadelphia
E E Delaney, Buffalo
F H Fogarty, Chlcag
Mr Crowley, London
W M Scully, PlttsbrgMrs Crowley. London
J I Doude. PhlladelplB Greet, London. Eng
F "W CIcmson. Bostn
Miss Thorndyke, Lndn
A Quimlinc'. Tacoma
F Mclntee, London
F J Koster and wlte,
H Blakoley. St Paul
R T Bretz. Seattle
F A Hawley. Mnnpls
E G Gait, San Francis
C J Wall. San Fran
C A Beriing and wife.
S Newman, N T
E N Murphy, S F
J E Alexander, S F
F P Hogan, Spokane
E E Doty. Valdes
Mrs Kemp. Wallace
M V Logan, Cecil
C O Ramsey, Astoria
J Nolce. city
J A Chlsholm, X Tak
J Bamhole, Xo Yakm
G La Farge. Tacoma
A B Davis, "L'nlon
Mrs Davis. Union
E A Rlggs. Xorth Pw
Miss Kemp, Wallace
The Dal lea
J II McCune, Moro
M C Gregory. Rosebg
M Van Buren.
John Fleming, T Dal
J O Puther, X Powdr
Geo Glbbon9, Mayvll
Mrs Puther. Xo Powd
T C Queen. Arllngtn
R II Rlchvllle. Arllng
Frank Williams. Ashl
Mrs H B Peterson.
A J Collings. Ilwaco
Mrs Collings. Ilwaco
Miss Markham. Ilwa
.V F Peterson, Corvls
Chas Levingcr, Sioux
Falls. S D
Jas E Fenton. San F
Mrs A Simmons.
D B Armstrong.
Jas L Clark. SpringnlA
Tj Davles. Hood Rv
B Havely, Wasco
R J Mill, Oregon CJ
. uroome, lainwci
J A GlUllan, Union
W S Lysons. Kelso
John D Miller, Con-
W G Mllllgan. Spokn
Wm Dullng, Garflcid
W J Hughes. Winona'
S A Gardiner. L Grnd
R Schotz and family.
Otto Rtchlcr. Tacoma
J H Dunn, Dallas 'Or
C A Doeple. Seattle
L H Miller, Tacoma
Wm Morr, Tacoma
Jas Bruce. Tacoma
Elizabeth Crell, Seatl
T A Loahy. Astoria
Thos Morgans. Fedora
Dr G W Greene,
R K Byner, Tacoma
F S Darrow, Lincoln
F G Smith, clty
D D Martin. For Grov
B L Finney, Tacoma
W C Hawley, Salem
Frank Duffey. Indianp
T M Guerin, Troy X Y
Angus Gor, city
W D Joiner. San Frr.
J Hill, city
John Combs, Prinevll
W K Rowland. Tacom
F H Parr. Detroit
E Jacobson, T Dalles
R D Wick. Seattle
Mrs Wick. Seattle
O T Van de vante,
L F Daly, Dallas
Mrs Florence Xasbury
u j unesnuiwoou,
A Maston. Marshfleld
Thos Jones. Boise
E W Haines. For Gr
P P Xelson, Boise
H T Moore. Chicago
S Blath. Chicago
J Rhine. Haisey
D J Hemmc. city
W H Ross. X P
H W Oliver. Oakland
S B Riley. St Paul
O G Messlnger, Mtchg
H G Van Dusen, Asto
Ira Erb. Salem
Mrs Messlnger, Michg
J T McKerney, Tacom
S A Keysters. San Fr
W S Ferguson. Pendl
Mrs Burnie. Vancouv
Roy Goodhue. Salem
F A Rlggs, Dallas
F G Young. Eugene
Mrs Rlggs. Dallas
Mable Jeffers. Woodld
Carol Jeffers. Woodld
I D Driver, Eugene
R C Bishop. Salem
O L Byeals. Ostrander
THE ST. CHARLES.
J R Burns. Vancour
W B Johnson
C K Ingram, Spokane
R Davis, city
F M Williams, Spokn
Mrs Williams. Spokan
H M Dorland. Yreka
Chas Senecal. Ft Stvn
X Merrill. Clatskanle
Riley Guthoffle. Sanlk
Mrs Burns. Vancouv
Miss Emma Burns,
Vancouver, B C
J D Reed, La Centrj
E A Dorland, So Bnd
W E Schneider. Plaza
Mrs Schneider, do j
Edw Schneider, do
Horb't Schneider, do
T L Dugger, Scio
Annla Schneider, do iFrank Casaragola
Ross Miller. SUvrtnlR F Wilmot, lone
X Bruman L w Melntyre
Leon Crapo, Wal WaljW M Goodwin, Sherdn
Mrs Crano. Wal wal airs ooouwin. Sherdan
L B Stuart. Vernonla Mrs E Young. Soldier
J F Eichman. KeasylC E McFarlane.
J P Kononer, Centrvlf Xahcotta. Wash
W F Pruden. Clarke's
Mrs C Below. Cathlm
C M Case. Olex
G It Curk. Woodland
A Blair,, Xewberg
C E Cleland, Warrntn
Mrs Cleland, Warrntn
Sarah Olds, Warrentn
A W Wakefield, city
C M Smith, Peburg
J H RoblsOD,
T S Ahlston, city
Ijf 0Wy TERMS fl
Until January 1 we will sell the pick
and choice, without reserve, of any
suit in our store for only
The regular prices are and they
are fully worth $15, $18, $20,
$22.50 and $25.00.
Brownsville Woolen II Store
3d St., opp. Chamber of Commerce
R W Cherry, Salem U B Emory, Astoria
Mattle Lee, ButtevIliR, Eberman. Astoria
Effle Lee. ButtevlIleJ O Collls. Molalla
W J Leaugton. SeasdiChas Xelson, Xewbrg
Rufus Fisher, city J
T Oliver, Woodlandl J Banks. Seattle
II B Anderson. TacomjR B Beall, city
Mrs Anderson. TacmC W Stopp. Prescott
Mrs F Owen. 'ScattleiJ Mooney. Tonopah
L Ward, Dallas
A Lalselle, Cascades
C H Gray, San Fran
R Huggett. Tacoma
Capt Ingram. Cathlmt
A O Loe. Eufaula
R Brook. Arlington
F L Waterman, San F
J H White. San Fran
J R McDonald. Tacm
J Joseph, Tacoma
J W Hasting. Arllngt
J B Blaney. GraysR
A C Robinson, Tacom
G W Browning. Skam
X Athcrton, Loulsvl
Mrs Athcrton, do
Mary Athcrton. de
Hattle Athcrton. do j
Mrs O H Wilson. j
Mrs Robinson. Tacoma
C J Hinklo. Hubbard
W Hall, Oneida
J Hall. Oneida
W E Jones. Beaver C
J C McFadden. Cathlt
C Xatson, Ilwaco
G Bean. Salem
H Long. Salem
A Olsen. Deep RlvenE W Barnes. Beavertn
H. Crawford. La Cara'P G Fearis, ctty
A Hunter, Stella :J T Xasa. Cathlamet
W C Fisher. RainierjH L Hathaway,
J Baughman. Cascds) Washougal
A MOTION NUMBER O
Tine 0-utdoor Magazine of
EDITED By CASPAR WHITNEY
By MARIE MANNING
Pappoose Cradles for Out
The Gypsy of England
Phra Ram Makes a Pilgrimage
The Outdoor Japanese
Regular Price S6.00
Here's a wonderful bargain. Fifty Smok
ing Tables. Your choice of golden oak or
mahoganized birch, 30 inches high, with 16
inch top ; finely finished and highly polished;
top fitted with handsome cigar box with
sine lining and patent dampener, two brass
lined rsatch boxes, cigar cntter and match
scratch. It's a beauty! See our windows.
B Chambers, La CcnjE D Erway. Butler
Mrs Chambers. L CentC X Moore, San Franf
W II Rogers. SllvcrtniMrs Moore. San Fran
F Miller. Rainier C H Elliott. Hamlltn
T W Hale, Jefferson D Hopp. Woodland
F Matton. Boise Mrs Hopp. Woodland
J E Ewlng. ClevelndlJ F Rooney. Seattle
R A Jackson, Dayton A L Murdoek. Tacom
A E Benton. OaklandJ O Ellison. Edgeyj
L II Krels, MinneplMrs Ellison. EdgcvWl
l- wcDDer, (rooKiyn II w Barson. San Frn
.Mrs wcDDer. iJrooKin T C Smith, Olympla
Chas Healy. St Paul W M SIsk. Oakland
L D Foster, St PaulL E Stokes, San Fran
.airs fc,rickson. AstoraJohn Ensal, lone
B C Elliott. PendletnlMrs Ensal. lone
A L Coffee, Pcndletn;Jas Cummlngs, Sacrm
jj watt. Seattle S B Logan. Detroit
Mrs J Watt. Seattle jC E Moore. Bnttevill I
B Van Dusen. Kalam
H V Stone. Salem
A J Miller, city
S Beauregard. Seatl
B V Stovall. Austin
D Jones. El Paso
Tacoma Hotel. Tacoma.
American plan. Rates. S3 and up. '
Hotel Donnelly, Tacoma. "
Flrst-clacs restaurant in connection.