The Oregon daily journal. (Portland, Or.) 1902-1972, November 05, 1913, Page 2, Image 2

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i France Doesn't1 Reply, Fearing
" to Offend; Wilson Favors
. Lascurian as President,
Washington. Nov. 5. Back at his desk
; , today. President Wilson told callers that
,Iie did not believe the situation resulting
irom me nemana no wii sa:a w i
made on President; Huerta. of Mexico,
'for the letter's retirement was a serious
a the newspapers have represented. But
( the president did not say. in so many
words, that- such a demand was sent.
" Tn an "evident desire to lessen the
cubHca interest in Mexican develop
K menta, the administration plainly had
.done everything possible today to cut
' off all sources of news from the south
t ern republic. It was clear, too, that
"the president 'wanted People "to think
, 'no auch thing as Intervention was under
It was learned that Mexico had asked
France' Informally if the latter would
mediate between Mexico and the United
States. Fearing to offend America,
France did not reply.
the Washington administration. It
win. said, favors Pedro Laacurian as
Tii-ovlKlr-vrinl nrenidfnt of . Mexico, bo
tween Huerta' s retirement and another
t lection.
General Carranr. the Mexican rebe'
.' leader. : notified Secretary Bryan,
through Dr. Henry Allen Tupper, tha:
' if permitted to import munitions, he
. -can guarantee speedy peace and cor.-
stitutlonal government In Mexico, tie
opposed Intervention strongly.
Word was received of the arrival of
' four more: American warship at Veia
- The scout cruiser Chester waa ordered
from the Philadelphia navy yard to
' Mexican waters.
A strong federal force was reportel
liesleglng Torreon. Mexico, recently
captured by the rebels.
London, Nov. 5.-Commenting editor!
. ally on theTesult of yesterday s election
'in New' York, ths Pall Mall Gatette. es
says:' "New Tork's public spirit Is again In
- the ascendency, but Tammany always
has shown such wonderful powers of
recovery that it would be extrenielv
'rash for New Yorker to regard the re
sult Of the election as Tammany's obse--qules.
They must shpw their wisdom is
equal to their enthusiasm if they wish
;.' to hold the ground they have won."
Philadelphia, Pa., Nov. 6. -That f
1 Fqsioniats. backed by .the present re
form administration here, were badly
defeated In -yesterdays electron was
v shown by completed . returns today,
r The returns reelected District Attor-
, m-y IJ. P. Hotan, together with their
ticket ,by. approximstely 40,000 major
ity. The mayoralty was not an issue In
this election.
1 At Pittsburg. J. Q. Armstrong defeat
ed Congressman S. 01. Porter for mayor.
Washington. '-". 5. President Wil
' sen telegraphed jatulatlons to elec
tion winners In . . states of New Jer
sey, Massachusetts, and Maryland, and
also the victorious Democrats of Cleve
land, Ohio.
The president feels that the results
have vindicated his administration, es
pecially In state elections where the
tariff ancThis policies were Issues.
Twenty-two New Appojntr
WEST N1ESEW; 9 ljHjgjS fPgfj
niTinn r
Kill II IN
(Satan Bureau of The Journal.)
Salem, Or., Nov. 5. Believing that
the county attorney bill waa passed by
the people at yesterdays election. Gov
ernor West today announced the names
of his appointees under, the new Jaw in
case ths official count verifies th
early reports that tha bill has bee
passed. Under the measure there will
be a county attorney for each county
The present district attorneys will taka
the office of county attorney in the
county of their residence. There are
22 new- appointments and 12 distrir'
attorney holdovers. If the measure re
celved a majority vie the law wet;
into effect when the polls closed laa
merit. The new anointments are as
Benton, Arthur Clarke, Corvalll
Clackamas, Gilbert Hedges. Oregon
City; Clatsop, ( W. Mullins, Astoria
Columbia, W. B. .Dlllard. St. Helen
Coos, L, A, Liljeqvlst, Cbqville: Crook.
Wlllard Wirt, Prlneville: Curry, W. H,
Meredith, Port Orford, Gilliam, T. A
Weinke, Condon; Grant, V. G. Cosad,
Canyon City; Harney, George 8. Siso-
rnore. Burns; Hood River. George ,m.
Wilbur, Hood River; Josephine, "W.'.T.
Miller, Grants Pass; Lake, O. C. Giblio
Lakeview: Lane, J. M. Devere, Eugene
Lincoln, J. R. Stewart, Toledo; Marion,
B. R. Ringo, Salem; Morrow, Glen Y,
Wells, Heppner; Polk, D. H. Upjohn,
Dallas; Sherman, C. M. Huddleston,
Wasco; Tillamook, M. J. Gcrscnl, Til
lamook; Wallowa, O. M. Cortina, En
terprlse; Yamhill, R. L. Conner, Mc-
The holdover attorneys, being the
former district attorneys, are:
Baker, C. T. Goodwin Baker; Doug-
as, George M. Brown, Roseburg; Jack
son, E. Is. Kelly. Med ford; Klamath,
ohn Irwin, Klamath Kails; Unn, Gale
Hill, Albany; Malheur, W. H. Brooke,
Ontario; Multnomah, Walter H. Evanu,
Portland; Umatilla, Frederick H, Stel
er, Pendleton: Union, F, 8. Ivanhoo,
a Grande; Wasco, W. A. Bell, The
Dalles; Washington, 11 B. Tongue,
Killsboro; Wheeler, J. K. Starr, .Fossil.
Difficulty In Finding Polling
Place Blamed, ; In Part, for
Small Turn Out.
Wife of. Physician Says She
Straightened His Affairs
and Was Given Property,
Washlnifton. Nov. 5. Congressional
election returns were received here to
day as follows: J. H. Cantor. Democrat,
electel from twentieth New York dis
trict. Charles P- Coady, Democrat,
elected from third Maryland district.
C D. Paige, Republican, elected from
third - Massachusetts, district., G. W.
Ift,' Democrat, elected from thirteenth
New, York district
San JFrancisco, Nov. 5.BenJamin V.
Hush, -president 'of the Western Paclfl
railway,'-accompanied by Vice Presi
dent H. 1. Brown, waa expected to ar
rive In Kan Francisco' tonight. It was
reported that Bunh- plans a sweeping
reorganization In the Western Pacific.!
offices -here.-
Boston, MAbS., Nov. 6. Massachusetts
State ejection returns, till incomplett
today, showed tiiat the Progressives
will hold the balance of power In the
liext legislature, and tlml. if they coin
bln with tlie Democrats, they will
wrest control from the Republicans.
Washington. Nov. 5. That Dudley
: ', Field Malone will be appointed collector
of the Port of New York, succeeding;
' John Purroy MItchel, successful fusion
candidate for mayor, was announced
Mte Wilwn Sings at Concert,
Philadelphia, : Nov. 5. President Wil
son's daughter Margaret sang for pay at
S concert given by a women's club ve.
VJerday, the money to go toward es'tab
.llBhlng a working girls' home.
;, : vv '
M'Rork'' Kills Titanic Survivor.
Bhamoklu, Pa., Nov, J.--Martin Moran
i-i-mTHanJc survivor,. u killed by a
I .U-.Ul.4i. 1 1 ' inn".
Answering her husband's cross bill to
her suit for an accounting, Mrs. ViolaJ
. C'oe, wife of Dr. H. W. Co?, alleges in
her reply filed this morning that she
straightened out Cos's affairs after he
had gone to the orient to escape his
creditors and regain his health. She
alleged. tht in consideration of this he
made a settlement with her by- which
Blie received property which . he now
seeks to recover.
According to Mrs. Coe, the sanatariuin
business which is In litigation was built
up by their united-efforts,-and finally
incorporated as the eauatarium com
pany, for convenience. She said that
she took but one share and he took the
rest, although sli was entitled to half.
Later Dra R. I Gillespie and W, T.
Williamson bougiit Into the Sanatarlum
In 1908 he organized the Columbia
Land company, to handle the soiling of
lands under the Furnish Irrigation pro
ject near Stanfteld, Or. Then, according
to her answer, 'his troubles began. W.
J. Furnish, a stockholder, charged Dr.
Coe with misappropriating $50,000 of
funds belonging to the Inland Irriga
tion aompany, site alleged, and that and
business worries drove him to seek rest
in the orient.
She alleges, in a settlement with Dr.
Coe, he gave her certain real estate and
33 per rent interest 1n the sanatorium
company and in consideration she re
leased him from payment of a $33,000
mortgage she had given on the home to
help the land company. She said she
also was to pay a $10,000 note he had
Melun, France, , Nov. fi.r-After 16
corpses had been -taken today from the
debris of Uie Paris-Marseilles express,
wrecked In a collision near here last
night, rescuers estimated that the tota!
number of dead would prove to be at
least 40. Of the injured there were
scores, and It was certain that several
of them would die.
Among the victims was Captain Amlc
of en infantry regiment In southern
France, who, after suffering agonies
for ien hours, begged the doctors to
kill him when he wss at last found, and
it became evident tht much difficulty
would be experienced In extricating
him. The physlciana gave him mor
phine to stop the pain, and he died, still
pinned under the wreckage.
The engineer of the- train admitted
that he disregarded a danger signal.
The express dashed at terrific speed
Into another train, and seven cars,
crowded with passengers, were smashed
to kindling wood.
President Polncare and his wife mo
tored from Paris to ths scene of the
wreck today, . and. . for several ' hours
watched the rescuers at work..
Less thanks, third of the voters reg
gistered in Multnomah county went to
the polls yesterday. The total regis
tration, according tor-tlarures furnished
by County Clerk John B. Coffey this
morning, was 84.UL Tlte largest vote
cast was in connection with the inter
state bridge honds- total of 25,624 af
firmative and negative votes.
This means that 68,787. registered
voters in Multnomah county either ig
nored yesterday's election, or were de
terred from voting by difficulty of flnJ
Ing polling places In their new loca
tions. ' " . - . '
IrU apparent that the difficulty of
finding voting places explains a consid
erable proportion of the small vote.
Not only were booths removed, in soma
Instances, . several blocks from the lo
cations to which voters were accus
tomed, but back rooms insufficiently
placarded were utilised. In one srs-
clnct voters found rt necessary to follow
a narrow path, between two buildings to
a dsck door,:: , opening Into a
large room. In' another precinct th
room was found to be crowded bv tha
election officers, without the addition
of voters, i " r
It is not disputed that tiere was a
considerable degree of apathy in-the
public a attitude toward referendum
measures, undoubtedly - the" . Interest
waa greatest in the bridge bonds, as
was snown. by the vote, and this in
terest contributed to ths total of votes
on other measures.
Of the 84.411 registered voters in the
county.- said Mr. Coffey. "81.184 were
former registrations, and 3227 worn mtr
lstered .since last June in conformity
wltii the new election laws passed by
tne last legislature'
Shelby Shaver Struck; and Is
Mangled When; uar
A mass meeting of residents at Rich-
mond.-wljl Be held tonight at the Kich-
moiKi school . to discuss plans for en
larging the schooj building whldh is said
to be entirely inadequate for the num
ber of pupils attending. This vear's en.
rollnient is 675,. or 101-fnore than last
year. The school building has but ft
rooms, while three , extra rooms have
been erected adjoining th building. A
petition islalready being circulated to be
iiamica iu mo scnooi ooanr. asking
immediate action. Entertainment will
be provided at tonight's meetlnc bv tha
pupiis. J
Washington. Nov, 6. senators Cham.
berlsin and Lano called todav at tha
Whits. House and presented to the presi
dent Dr. E. H. Parker, formerly of
Portland; Miss Hobbs and Mrs. Julia
K. Sayre.
, Chinaman Fined $100.
Louie Seek, proprietor-of Chines.
store at 99 North Fourth street, through
his attorney, pleaded guilty in federal
court this morning to having contraband
opium in his possession and selling it,
floT was .fined, $100. ...H has been.. In.
dieted. Seek was arrested bv Cuatnm
Inspectors McGrath and Grady on Octo
ber 23, but In going down a stairway
from the second to the first floor, ai.
though in plain view of .McGrath and
Grady, he stepped through a secret door
way along the stairs and escaned for
aeveral days. McGratu and ' Rr.rtv
searched for the opening along the stair,
way for an hour without finding it.
New Administrator Named.
That litigation may be ended in the
management of the estate of David L.
Kelly, Circuit Judge Cleeton this morn.
Ing removed Frank Kelly as administra
tor of the estate and appointed David
Davis in his place. Kellv had hpttn
charged by 'hid brother, Thomas Kelly,
wjth delaying the administration of the
estate ana with having Involved it In
unnecessary litigation. Judge Cleeton
said that no., reflection should be cast
upon Frank Kelly by his removal ant)
that It waa not on account, of th
charges that the removal was made but
ts save the estate from as great ex
pense as possible. The estate is now
valued at approximately $150,000.
Railroad Row Moves.
Hardly had ths Great Northern-rail
way city ticket office been removed
from its old location near Third and
Washington Btreeta before the local of
fice or the Santa Fe was moved into tha
old. quarters, the transfer being made
last night. W. E. Vernon, general agent
of the Santa Fe, declared this morning
he had leased the room for three years,
believing that "railroad row" would not
be disrupted by the move of the. Hill
road to the Morgan building, several
blocks further uptown. J
Ban Francisco, Nov. -G. " '- Walking
from Portland to Ban Franclsep, a dis
stance of 771 miles, Can O'Lekry, aged
70, arrived today at Mayor Rolph's
office, hers; completer his hike In 16
days and 6 hours.
"I'm -beginning to gat into -fine con.
dltlon." he said, "and by the time I'm
DO I'll bs so hard I can make a good
deal ' better-time than I did - on -this
trip"1 't -
Pf Insurance
t Best for Oregoriiaiis
Home Office Oorbett Building, rtfth aad Korrlsom, rortlaad.
A. U Mills,
; Qeuerul tager;y, 'k' Assistant Manager.:;
Indiana ' Society Electa.
Officers werer elected by the Indiana
Society of Portland last nigt at the an
nual meeting of the organization In
Manchester hall. Ths election resulted
as follows: President, L. M. LeDDer:
Ice president, Mrs. U. G. French: secre
tary treasurer. JE. R. Abbott C. L. Wea
ver, former president, was unanimously
indorsed for reelection, but declined tha
office for another term.' Hereafter the
society will neet at the public library
the fourth Wednesday of each month.
Oregon City, Nv. 6 Shelby Shaver.
ths 18-year-old non of George Shaver
of, Portland, was, struck and Instantly
killed by a south bound Oregon City
car aboiit 6:4u last night near Jennings
It appears that the car stopped about
60 yards past the station and Shaver
aliahted from the carrf ana sianea
towards the station. -The cars started
back and struck him. Three cars passed
over- the body and ' it was so badly
crushed and mangled 4haV it waa.almost
beyond recognition. s -.
Mr. Shaver was emnloved in the South
ern Pacific car shops in Portland and
was on his way hoaaa when the acci
dent occurred. He ws a graduate of
the Oregon City high school in the class
of 1J1S. During his 1 high school life
v. . .A..Mra4 11 rtnm. nt . thn mnBt
noDUIar boys In' the school, having been
a membor of the high; school debating
team and manager of the baseball team.
At the time of the aocadent he was llv-
Ina- with his aunt. Mr. William Jacobs
of Jennings Lodge, ''His mother died
several 'years ago, and his father lives
in Portland, being an employe of the
Singer Sewing Machine company.. He
has one sister. Mrs. Roy Kelly, f Lents.
He wss born in Wisconsin in 1896,
and came 'to Oregon about seven years
ago, at first living in Portland. Four
years ago he moved with his parents to
Jennings Lodge where he has lived ever
since. He attended the Gladstone scnoois
and the Oregon City high scbooj...;f ...v
,':.: , i... m m -niLi'Mv
r at nmr xn II i l ir
uor oiut iu HAVt
Board of Governors Plans - to
Hold School Children and
"Vehicle Events There.
According to plans outlined at last
nicht'B meeting of the board or gover
nors of the Rose Festival association.
two big- parades will be held on the
east side during the festival, one the
school children's parade and the other
the vehicle parade.
The parade of school children, if it
earf ba arranged, will be held exclusively
on 4he east side but the vehicle parade
win h held on both sides of the river.
In this connection. Superintendent of
Schools Alderman told the board last
niaht that, he and the school principals
and teachers would cooperate to make I
In the letter Chairman Charlton, of
the Transcontinental Passenger associa
tion, at Chicago, stated that the passen
ger agents meeting recently decided that
the Rose Festival has grown to such a
bi feature that all lines in the east
will establish lower round trip rates than
obtained before. The rates win oe less
than one and one-third fane ror the
round trip.
Grants Pass.. Or.. Nov. 6. TSie post-
office at Glendals was broken Into by
burglars at an early hour this morning,'
the safe blown, and $770 in stamps and
cash taken. ;The stamps were MOO In
2 cent and $170 in 1 cent denominations,
the cash being about $200.
Therobbery Is supposed to have oc-
curredeat between 8 and 4 o'clock this
morning, residents having been awak
ened at that time by an explosion,
though it was not traced to the post
office until later when ths robbers had
looted the safe and escaped. -
The officers are hunting for hobos
who were in Glendale Tuesday evening,
though there Is no evidence connecting
them with the burglary, j .
Indianapolis, Nov. 6. Governor Rals
ton this afternoon gave the. city and
county authorities until 1 p. m. to stop
the.-dlsorders here growing out of the
street car strike.. The local authori
ties conferred but did nothing.
The police persisted in refusing to
guard strike breakers. The sheriff has
sworrj in many business men as depu
ties but they have all found excuses for
declining to serve. All else failing, it
was believed the governor' would order
out the stats militia late this afternoon
or tomorrow.
' Ths United States will not proceed
to armed intervention in Mexico If the
results of a debate before the Ad club
are taken a guide by the national ad
ministration. . :
The question wasu "Shalt the United
States . Government Proceed to Armed
Intervention in Mexico?" ' For , the af
firmative, Colonel R; C Reeves and
Major James Ov.D;. Howardi.v,tFF Jftft
negatfve; Revt John H.'Boyd anATleputy
County District Attorney C. W. Bobl
son. The judges ' were Edgar R. Piper
of the 1 Oregoniap, John F; Carroll, of
the Telegram,-, and -C-' S. - Jackson of
The Journal, and they decided, that In
accordance with ..the showing at the de
bate there was not'sofficlent reason .for
intervention, in-MexcO. , -
Precinct Vote on Irohibitloa, 4?
The vote In the precincts In this city
was las-foijowg:.-.;
' '-j '.'V.-, j vFor,
Precinct 67 . . .;,..... 4 1 100
rrecinct t ...4.... ..163
Precinct 69
recinct 60 .... ..134
Precinct-. 61 : :..,..;?: 8
Precinct 76 ' . . . . . w w i 90
C At Gresham V(prectnct 18), the vote
Stood 23$ for and 188 against.
i Hla' Costlf Doze. , i,'
RedlandS. Cel.. Nov. .Ross Rest ad.
f tnttted i,at an: inquest .tWap he: 'was-'re-
fc , ; liectnre 00 (lies. "
Professor L 8. Hodrfe. ; of the 'state
university, will deliver an Illustrated
lecture tomorrow evening, at the Arista
school onvnies." ; A short musical pro
gram will precede the lecture, which
will begin at 8 o'clock. ' ,
The Vppreciated
Made so pure and wholesome
and atvyays so fresh that it
is especially popular with
particular people.
ery and
X estanxaat
' at Tenth,
Xntranoe on
, Alder, Too.
Hi 1 JLi 1 llth sad MarrUoa
. r; phoaas Htia 1 and a-UM " :.v
3 jffi; TOMORROW
The Trail
f',-- -y x-Br EuaiNg Waltbr -
sponsible, by dozing at .ths steering
Wheel Of an automobile, tar a., wreck in
which his 8-year-old son was killed. ; 7 . .'
: . 1 " " 'H'ii '-
v journal Want Ads bring results.';
The PopaUr Baker Players Tonlghtr-AU week
Matinee Saturday
9tm tl A ft - ids; . 1 tr i ,Mttsry . -ret- - a- :grt ttf.5?
WMtern woftan in Nw York. Rli'b to orlgl-'
nal comedy, Great beauty parlor scene, etch.
inn 2Ae. SUA. TBe. 8t. mat. : 256. VOe. Wed.
bargain mat. 23o, . ' Nwt wes"Tlie, .", Uaa
and the Mwae."' -' ; - ' ..
Open 11 A. M. tu 11 1'. M. Big (eatnrs
Wadneaday to Sunday: "The' Prealdant'a Par- '
don." XbrM reel patne drams, in wnien sx
Prealdent Taft : in penun participates.; T'4
Ajuuia commie. :
. 10oADHIBBIOir lOe "
From the Novel of the same title by J0MI f W. ,
Krulngs t.!M) tn 6w. Hat. Mat.. t to 80c,
7 2SS SuiKiayv Nov 9
wxTAj. raicz mi. wis, aho us. ..
Ereainga: tower (lour except last 4 rows,
I1.C0; last 4, fl.OO. Balcony 81.0O, 70c, 60c.
Special price matinee Wed. and Sat ( Lower
floor 81, balcony- 7Sc, 80c.
box orricz bale, opens fridat -
1 Broadway and Alder
A Mht in Hawaii," IS ertiat from the
aolfio's Paradiaet 'A' Hatrtooalml Contaat,"
ih n Honiara It Oo.t Ctrttr Jr Watera, :
Dorothy Vaughn, Amerloaa Trumpeters'' Trio,
Raymond tha Jutglari Panta.saoono. Popular
srloM, Boxaa and nrat row oaioony nwnai?
8:80, T:l. 9:19. a-snasi Main owe.
vrcrir VOV. S Laonard sad Onilow in "Ths :
ATiators," a high elaaa rauaioal eoraody, Bn:
atioaal added Toaturo, Do Young statars ana
Lillian riory, world's ebampioa awimmera and
dlTora, direct irom xnm aiaw or iippoaromn.
wesr "BK AND ALOr.
Today aud aU-thla weekr Jamea O'Neill
In hla 5 reel voriioa or "The Count of Hontt
Crlato.' Friccai 10e, .a0c, 80c.,'.
Matinees and Nights !
This week only Daniel Frohman presents the Famous players Com
pany in jyhat is conceded to be the Farewell Appearance of
James O'NeSH "
the eminent romarftic actor, in his famous-version 'of
"The Count of Monte eristo,,
. ? - .1 -
His greatest dramatic triumph, in five reels, exclusively at the
P 1
100K ros Tn i'r 1 t)a DV Jx7 "iooztoe mm
fr mmZzZSmWr west park and ald'e-r.
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"Washington, Nov. B. "The election ro-
turns are most gratifying," said Secre
tary . of State Bryan this afternoon.
The New Jersey result la one which
our party throughout the nation will re
ceive with especial gratification. Our
victory in Hassaohuetts also gives- us
cause for congratulation. This is ths
first opportunity the country has bad
of expressing itself since last fall's
1 . t T". & .MA -
man nf ' PranMnt A." 1 1 a n r, ' u mAllnlAa, ' f
' Object to Allowance. '
' The executors of the estate of Richard
Wilson, a railroad man who died re
oently, leaving ah estate valued at ap
proximately 8760,000, have Tiled objec
tions. t6 any allowance for the widow,
on the ground that she was left
property vr.)ud at 8402,600, and elected
to take that property in lieu of her
dower right, " She asked the court to
fix an allowance sufficient "to permit
her , to live according to her station of
life. Charles Mackln of Ashland, Wal
ter Mackay and : the 'Title "& Trust Co.
are, the executors. ., .' '.- -fi. '?
.., oir;...., - ..-..I ,"' laniVVv'v ;:':
Will Workn;. Batee.:;;,: ' 2
Hugh Mackenzie,' chief passenger, rate
clerk of the Spokane, Portland 4 fleattle,
has been assigned to work In St. Paul
In connection with the compilation of
rats sheets. Bach railroad by the rate
tariffs will have a representative on the
work, . which probably will, require sev
eral months. . " " . J;
Garrison Leaven Panama.
- Panama, Nov, 8 Secretary of War
Garrison declared the canal -a marvel,
denied that Colonel Ooethals and Clover-
nor Metcalf of the gone had disagreed,
refused to express an opinion as to the
Washington, Nov. 6.8ecretary of the
Navy Daniels announced this afternoon
that the cruiser ' Pittsburg had been
ordered to the Mexican west coast. It
was intended, originally, that the Pitts
burg should relieve .the cruiser Cali
fornia, now" at Guaymas, but Admiral
Cowles had 'been ordered, Daniels- said,
to retain ' both -vessels until further
orders. . ' , . .
Kstffte . Goes to Widow. , A '
-'Ah estate' valued at 131,40,0 was left
entteely to 'his' widow by Albert M,
Knapp, who died October 86. In hisj
wuu,ne said tnat ne renea upon her to
properly tare for the children, Burt K.
Knapp and Luella M., Knapp. The real
estate left Is valued at 123,000, stock
in the Cltlsena' bank, $5600; stock In
the Masonic Building association at
$500; a Home Telephone company bond
at $1090, and furniture and an automo
bile at $1400. $ Mrs.; Henrietta Knapp,
the widow, is named executrix.
, , Seattle Marshal Flred
' Wsshlngton,' Nor. 8,--Attornejr den
eral MeReynolds demanded and 'received
the reslgnatlOB of United States Mar
shal Jacoby, of the western district of
It was in this role that James O'Neill attained his great
est dramatic success a success that overthrew all con-
temporary stage traditions.
Noon i
1:30 P. M. 3:00 P. M.
4:30 P. M. 6:00 'P. M.
7:30 P. M. 9:00 P. M.
Ladies .and' children are
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formances A ladies'
maid ii In constant attendance.'
'Balcony, 10c.
Lower floor, 20c.
Box seats, 30c.
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