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TTTE MOTcXTXG OTIFHOXTAN. FRFDAT. JANUARY 19, 1012.
SOGIEIY WOMEN TO
Mrs. Templeton Crocker Will
Give Oriental Ball Surpass
ing All Others.
SAN FRANCISCO IS AGOG
ITo9te9' Trouxer Will lie Mauve
Shade, Embroidered With Sllrrr
and Cold. While Uer Mother
Will Affect Pink.
PAN FRANCISCO. Jan. Mr. Tem
pleton Crocker, of Ran Francisco, will
.(Its an Oriental ball bar January J.
which, according to society leadera
who will attend, will surpass In effect
of decorations and costumes the ezotlo
Oriental masque which have becoma
tha mode in London and X Tork.
Mrs. Crocker- coualn. Mr. Jackaon
Ooorsud. recently fir an Oriental ball
In New York.
The friends of the San Francisco so
ciety leader. In discussing plana for tha
hall mad public today, declare It will
far outshine tha New Tork affair.
Tmsrn Will Be ftrrtktac.
Chiffon pantaloons and tunica of
faithfully tallore.l Oriental design will
ha worn. Mr. Will O. Irwin, mother or
tha Jackson Club. January . there waa
extremely loud applause when Wilson's
nam waa read oft with Harmon. Clark
and Bryan. Applause followed the read
Ins; of each name, but It assumed tha
I aspect of a general uproar or thunder
when the name of Wilson waa read.
The Wilson-Harvey Incident la un
fortunate for Governor Wilson's can
didacy. It baa hurt him and will con
tinue to do so. Whether It should or
not la another question. After all It
seems to me to be but an Incident em
bracing nothing more than personal
affairs between Individuals and In the
concrete It ouzht neither to add nor
detract from Governor Wilson's worth
aa a Presidential candidate. The Bryan
letter Is an Insignificant Incident. It
belongs to the past and ought to re
main there, but ltka many a petty mat
ter It la blaxoned forth at a psy
chological political moment and Ijas
been magnified to a magnitude out of
all proportion to Its Importance."
Oapaaltlea Peeasa GeaeraL
Many prominent Democrats refused
to express their opinion for publica
tion but added their opinion to what
appeared to be the general Democratic
belief that Governor v uson maaa a
mlstaka In both the Harvey Incident
and In the Bryan letter. Out of 1
persons Interviewed in tha day. prac
tically all agreed that they wera sur
prised at the actlona of Governor Wil
son and considered the Harvey Incident
In oartlcular to be a sign of Ingrati
tude which spok strongly against Gov
Lively proceedings are expected at
RICH SEATTLE MAN
SUED BY ACTRESS
Cheridah Simpson, of Musical
Comedy Fame, Asks for
F. M. STETSON DEFENDANT
A COMBINATION that counts clothing
of quality at money-saving , price conces
sions. You men can't afford to overlook this great sale if
you need clothing for yourselves or your boys. Better come
in NOW and choose; hundreds are doing so. The best fab
rics are here, and there's courteous service awaiting you
Xovr Married Machinery Dealer Not
Alarmed by Breach-of-Promise
Charge Acquaintance. With
Singer Just Casual.
SEATTLE, Wih, Jan. IS. (Special.)
Society circles were somewhat
startled today when it became known
oRifirwAToa or oriental ball and san francisco belle
WHO WILL BE PROMINENT AT PACIFIC COAST FUNCTION.
Mra. Templeton Crocker, will wear J'f vfV r v -. " -- 1,L I
coral pink trousers, veiled with a bra- $ I -" ' - S. . v i .-t - !
raded cloth of gold tunic, with a girdle ) fi y" -..-- ' ' j'L
of turquoises, pearls and sapphires. L "" . '. . ' r ' ihtJ
Her coronet, which waa specially de- 'Wf '" ""-.-- C.-.'.;. ,'
signed In Fa Ha. la of rhinestones and .1 J -." .. : y- . iVi
turquoises, arranged In an Oriental de- " " - -' '$ ' 13
slrn. with descending; Jeweled wings. WV'' '
$20.00 Suits atfd Overcoats, Jzj.
$25.00 Suits and Overcoats,. JJJJg
$30.00 Suits and Overcoats,
$35.00 Suits and Overcoats,
$40.00 Suits and Overcoats,
$45.00 Suits and Overcoats,
The same reduction on Young Men's Suits
$ 5.00 Knickerbocker Suits $ 3.35
$ 6.C0 Knickerbocker Suits $ 4.35
$ 7.50 Knickerbocker Suits $ 5.65
$ S.50 Knickerbocker Suits $ 6.35
$10.00 Knickerbocker Suits $ 7.50
$12.50 Knickerbocker Suits $ 9.35
$15.00 Knickerbocker Suits $12.35
$20.00 Knickerbocker Suits $14.85
Youths $15 and $18 Overcoats, with' con
vertible collars, $9.35
Faatalaaaa Are Described.
Mrs. Crocker will wear maavo trou
sers, embroidered near the anklea with
gold and silver thread. A veil woven
of silver and mauve will be draped
from her coronet.
Miss Jennie Cracker will appear
Oulnare. the Princess of tha Sea. wear
ing trousera of dark green chiffon over
soft green silk, with a sash of Nile
green, embroidered In gold and silver.
Her girdle and or r-bod ice will be of
pearla and emeralds.
Tha ball will bo given at a local
- Urjr-'Z - " v
MAN UNABLE TO END LIFE
Druggist Fhoota Himself Every
Threw Hours, bat It No Use.
SAV FRANCISCO. Jan. It. After
Bring three shots Into bis breast, at
Intervals of three hours. Rudolph Her
bert, a druggist of this city, sum
moned police assistance, after calmly
awaiting death Ji hours.
"I have tried every way I know bow.
but I don't seem to be able to kill
myself." ha said, when being taken to
a hospital. I can t die. so I suppose
there Is nothing to do but get wrIL
Herbert had been 111 several months. I
He probably will recover.
JirkMi Cearaad (Aton)
Mlaa Jennie Cracker.
tha Jackson Clob meeting tonight and
It is thought officers of- the club will
bo authorised to make a statement
SPOKANE WOMAN AIDED
DESPITE NO COIN MAN WEDS
MIIAIONAIRE O FFTTR.S TO BACK
FLORIST TO AXT AMOCXT.
Morrison at Fourth Street
Every article in the store is reduced, except contract goods
FOSS' LIFE GUARDED
TYaablBftoDJaa Arrested and
of Day Bemoans Fate.
LEWrSTON". Idaho. Jan. IS. Spe
cial.) Financial embarrassment did
not deter Douglas Taplln, of Anatone.
WaatL, from getting married Tuesday,
but according to the police, ha pro
ceeded to write a couple of checks on
an Asotin bank, where h bad no funds.
Today ha was arrested and his bride
of a day is bemoaning: her fate in. a
Erl.l Colonel I. X. Feyton Declares .Mrs.
Howell Needs Guardian and Op
poses Her Husband's Plea.
WILSON IS EXCRATED HERE
f Continued From First pajre.)
opinion of Governor Wilson. Mr. Ryan,
who Is one of tha leading Democrats
ef the state, made the unqualified
statement that ha believes the Wilson
Harvey Incident and the Bryan letter
will put Wilson out of tha race.
Of course." said Mr. Ryan. "I am a
Harmon man and I may be prejudiced,
but I think Woodrow Wilson made a
grave mistake. In Oregon perhapa It
did not make a great deal of difference
because I think tha principal support
of Governor Wilson la tha L'Rcn claas
of Republicana. He lost the bulk of
his prestige when he visited us and
Heed op with W. S. ITRen. who super
vised his entertainment. Because of
this action on his part a large number
of the Democrats refused to attend hla
banquet. My opinion la that ha Is a
flash la the pan. about the same as
"The Bryan letter Is a matter of the
past, but I consider It undignified. I
think Bryan would make a good can
didate. I admire his tenacity.
Oaa Data Htaa "lagrata."
Wilson Is classed by J. Henneasy
Murphy as "an Ingrate."
"Wilson did not impress ma when
lee waa In Oregon." aald Mr. Murphy,
"because he repudiated prlnciplea which
ha bad held and made capital of be
fore bo came here. My opinion la that
he la willing to advocate anything that
might add capital to his campaign a
policy of 'all things to all men.' I con
a.der the action of Wilson toward Mr.
liarvey aa related by Colonel Watter-
son to have been absolutely uncalled
for and unkind. It ahowed a spirit of
gross Ingratitude. It was only through
Mr. Harvey that Wilson was brought
out aa a possible candidate."
That the action of Governor Wilson
In the Harvey caae was a surprise to
the Democrats here waa the statement
of G. W. Allen, a prominent Demo
"W'e were not looking for such a
thing." said Mr. Allen, "and had rather
expected mora from Mr. Wilson. Per
hapa It was what Is called 'grand
standing. It looked as though Wilson
did not want tha support of Harper's
Weekly because that publication la
thought to be affiliated with the big
interests and his withdrawal from Its
support looks aa though be might be
trying to make political capital of It.
Baa lagratltnaa fteea.
"We Democrats did not look for such
action. It seems to me as base In
gratitude Inasmuch aa Mr. Harvey had
promoted Wilson's welfare for years.
As to Mr. Bryan I do not think he
would make a good candidate. I be
lieve hla series of defeata haa elimi
nated him from the class of sound
John II. Stevenson, a candidate for
delegate to the National Democratic
convention, looks at the Wilson In
cident as Insignificant In comparison
with the capital which is being made
"It Is my opinion that Governor Wil
son Is strong in this state." said Mr.
t-tevenson. "At the annual banquet of
LOS ANGELES. Jan. IS. (SpeelaLV
X. N. Peyton, a Spokane millionaire,
witness In the suit to have a guardian
appointed for Mrs. Margaret Arm
strong Howell declared In Probata
Court today that ha was Interested In
Mrs. Howell's welfare and would back
up her guardianship with any amount
of money. Mr. Peyton has a Winter
home here at 40 St. Jamas Park. His
brother. Valentine Peyton, also a mil
lionaire, aald that he, too. would bo
willlns: to cut un any amount.
Mrs. Howell married George Howell
recently at San Diego and soon after
ward left him. Her attorney, J. D.
Steeley. applied for letters of guard
ianship last Saturday. The husband Is
opposing tha application.
"Do yon think Mrs. Howell needs
guardian?" Attorney Eteeley asked I.
"I most 'rtalnly do." replied the
witness. "Why. she sold her florist
business In Spokane for 110.000. when
ber name alone was worth twlco that
amount, to say nothing of the stock
Dr. Charles Tu Allen and Dr. C B.
Wadsworth. of Spokane, told tha court
of Mrs. Howell s physical and menl
ULSTER WOMEN APPEAL
"IEX FOLK" TO BE AIDED
FIGHT OX HOME RCLE.
No "Rebel Parliament" In Dublin
Wanted, Says Duchess of Atxr
corn. Who Presides.
BELFAST. Ireland. Jan. 18. Fifty
thouaand women members of the Ulster
Unionists' Association today Issued a
fiery manifesto to their sisters In Great
Britain to aid them In defeating the
home rule bill.
The Duchess of Abercorn presided
at the meeting of the Council of the
Ulster Unionist Associations whlrh
made the appeal. In her appeal she
"We will not accept home rule, and.
If we are thrown out of our heritage,
we shall stand by our men folks, resist
ing to the uttermost the domination of
a rebel Parliament In Dublin."
The manifesto declares the Unionists'
determination to hold Ulster for the
empire, and asserts that home rule
"will reduce the whole country to the
rags and poverty which are found In Ire
land only In those districts where rule
of the Nationalist League is supreme."
Victor records are the best In the
world. Tbey wear longer and may be
used on other machines. Sherman, Clay
c Co Sixth at Morrison.
Bathtub Trust Case Submitted.
that Miss Cheridah Simpson, musical
comedy star and vaudeville top-liner,
had brought suit against Frank M.
Stetson, son of a millionaire and him
self a wealthy machinery dealer, asking
jo.uuu xor breach of promise. Mr.
Stetson married Miss Bessie Franklin
last July. Miss Simpson, in ber com.
plaint, filed In Superior Court today,
says that he promised In 1909 to marry
ner and that she has remained single
in mat Deller.
Three years ago Stetson was in New
tork and ventured a brief career on
tha stage. It waa while he was acting
that he met Miss Simpson. They were
memDers oi ine same theatrical com.
pany. Mlsa Simpson charges that Stet
son proposed to her In New York,
June li, iu.
It Is said that Mlsa Simpson threa
tened to sue Stetson when she learned
last Summer that be waa going to
marry Miss Franklin. She was deterred.
i is earn. Dy representations Stetson
made to her at that time. She Is now In
Stetson Not Alarmed.
"My client knows nothing about this
promise to wed," said Jay C . Allen.
counsel for Stetson. "He met Miss
Simpson, and knew her only casually.
He married In Seattle, very happily.
ana 1 CO not think the present pro.
ceedings seriously alarm him."
Mr. Stetson Is one of the most prom!'
nent buslneaa men In this city. He has
alwaya been held In the highest esteem
by his business associates and his
friends in the young set are legion. His
father, George W. stetson. Is one of the
richest and most influential men In this
city, having been at the head of tha
Stetson-Post Mill Company for years. A
lew yeara ago me mill company sold
its noiaings zor nearly 11,000,000.
Frank M. stetson Is one of three
children. Hla brother Is Warren Stet
son and his sister Is married. He had
steadily courted hla present wife for
several years, and soma of his best
friends were amased that he should
nave ever been In the company of any
oiner woman. .
Aetreea la Well Kaowa.
CherMah Simpson for many yeara haa
been a prominent flKure on the stage.
Possessed 01 an excellent voice, she
has sung Important roles in many light
musical successes ana has starred at the
head of ber own company. After
Grace Van Studdlford retired from the
cast of "Red Feather." Miss Simpson
toured In the piece. She was prominent
in tne support or riaymond Hitchcock
when that comedian was enjoying an
enormous vogue as "King Dodo."
In recent years Miss Simpson has
frequently been seen In vaudeville. Be
sides being a good singer. Miss Simp.
aon Is an accomplished pianist and her
vaudeville programme Is made up of
both vocal and instrumental numbers.
Detectives Protect Governor
From Black Hand Agents.
West, resigned today on request of
Commissioner of Public Safety Z. E.
Hayden. Proof that the chief mads
a personal profit on the sale to the
city of two scaling ladders last Au
gust, admitted by the chief to Hayden
after Purchasing Aprent J. C. Arpall
had laid the fact before the Commis
sioner, caused the resignation to be
"It is true that the ladders were
mine and that I sold them to the city
through Stlllwell, who obtained 10 per
cent,"' said Myers. "I do not believe
yet that I did anything wrong, noi
that I ever have during the IS yeara
I have been chief. The sale of the lad
ders Is probably a violation of the let
ter of the new charter. It was a
small matter and I never thought
much of it at the time nor afterward."
EVERY PRECAUTION TAKEN
Massachusetts Executive's Secretary
Bays Word Came From Iiawrence
Bomb Throwers Were to Be
Imported From New York.
BOSTON. Jan. 18. When Governor
Fosa came to tha State House toaay
from his home In Jamaica Plains he
was guarded by detectives, and plain
clothea men watched the cor'tcors
during tha day for the possible appear
ance of Black Hand agents said to
have designs on the Governor's life.
Dudley M. Hoi man, tne uovernors
'We received from sources which we
considered trustworthy and from six
widely different points, information
that at a secret meeting held last night
certain interests had sent to New York
to have two Black Hand bomothrowers
come over here and attack Governor
Fos and other officials and give at
tention to their residences. One con
firmatory report came from Lawrence.
'It was uur Information that the
feeling agalnat the Governor was due
to his action in sending the militia to
Lawrence, as well as because he had
signed the 64-hour bill, which Is an
Issue in the strike. . Aa a precaution
the police were asked to guard the
Governor," said Mr. Holman.
SPOKANE LOSES FIRE CHIEF
Sale of Two Scaling Ladders to City
Cause of Rupture.
SPOKANE. Wash.. Jan. 18. (Spe
cial.) A. H. Myers, for 16 years chief
of the Spokane Fire Department, one
of the best-known f ire-f lKhters In the
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DETROIT. Jan. 18. Arguments on
the motion to quash made by the Col
well Lead Company of New Tork In the
Government's criminal case against the
"bathtub trust," closed late today, and j detailed to supervise the operations of
United States District Judge Angell j Von Cemo and stimulate him to fur
took the case under advisement. J thr activity.
GERMANY PUNISHES SPIES
Russian and Hungarian, Working
Together, Are Sentenced.
LEIPSIC. Germany. Jan 18. Sen
tences were imposed today on two
spies by the Imperial Supreme Court.
Baron Vlnogradoff. a lieutenant in the
Russian navy, and Lieutenant von
Cerno, belonging to the reserve of the
Hungarian army, both were condemned
o three years' Imprisonment.
Baron Vlnogradoff will be confined
In a fortress, while Von Cerno will
serve his term In sn ordinary peni
The espionage of which they were
convicted was connected with naval
matters, and Baron Vlnogradoff was
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