THE MOBXING- OREGOXIAX, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 3, 1906.
Cape Haytlen. Morales, the fugitive Presi-
dent, is acting In the Interests of General
Jimlnlz. whose attempt to regain the
presidency in 1903 was defeated.
Expect to Capture Morales.
WASHINGTON, Jan. 2. An official
DON'T OWN STREET
iTHE THE DIFFERENT STORE" Originator of Cloaraacalos PertkaJ-FlFT- H, SIXTH Jfc WASHINGTON STREETS
6 KING STORE'S
cablegram dated December 30, from
Published Will of Yerkes Said
Not to Be Last. ,
Santo Domingo states that Morales is
within 20 miles of Santo Domingo
without force, that the Dominican Con-
gress Is about to impeach him and that
Meads Finally Lose Morrison
Bridge Contest. OLDS, WORTMAN
his capture Is expected. The United
States Customs Service is not inter-
STORE OPENS AT
CLEARANCE SALE HERALD STORE CLOSES AT
ANOTHER IS IN- -
LONDON SUPREME COURT DECIDES 8 A. M. 6 P.M. DAILY
HOUSE A SLAUGHTER-PE- N
Frenzied Mlcliiga Farmer Murders
Extra Special Values in Every Department Wednesday
Millionaire Provides Liberally for
Art Gallery, Hospital and
servatory, as "Well as Widow
NiEW YORK, Jan. 2. (Special.)
Family and- Himself.
ROCHESTER, Mich., Jan. 2. Alarmed
by the deserted appearance of the farm-
house of Clarence A. Barnum, who re-
cently located near here, neighbors broke
Only Hnd Permission to Maintain
Open Roadva"y, but, Council
Could Not Give Perpetual
Right of Way.
Into the house today and found Barnum,
his wife, his daughter, Louise, aged 23,
and his son, Chester, aged 16, all lying
The wife and the son and daughter had OREGONIAN NEWS BUREAU. Wash-
k fzrwr inTiri r
ixt iirti icp ic V3nrfti"isii 1 1 i r nciM
I SAI PS
(1 Clearance Sale Specials
spite the fact that- - Clarence A. Knight,
of Chicago, counsel for Charles T.
Yerkes, read the dead magnate's will
'today, there arc strong Intimations
apparently been murdered with an axe.
d shotgun lying near his
corpse and the fact that his head was al-
most entirely blown off showed how Bar-
num himself had met his end.
ington. Jan. 2. The United States Su
preme Court today affirmed the deel- -
sioa of the Oregon Supreme Court in
the Morrison-stre- bridge case, which
finally establishes the Tight of the City i
' SALE OP CHIN AWARE! Shoe Aisle
First Floor West Annex.
'lhat there is another and later "will in Mrs. Barnum's body lay in the wood- of Portland to close the opening in the j Third Ploor. Commencing today, in addition to bar-
London. Franklin Bicn, a prominent shed. It appeared that she had been able approach to the bridge. This case was
lawyer of this city, is said to have to resist the murderer for a brief time, recently argued by Judge Charles H.
Car?y In behalf of Joshua it. Mead. :
Our Entire Stock of High-Grade.Chinow- ore
Greatly gains created by our regular clearance sale
prices, we shall inaugurate a tremendous sale
been summoned abroad by Mr. Yerkes or at any rate had succeeded In eluding
last Summer for the purpose of draw- him long enough to reach the shed. But Anna L. Lee. William W. Mead and
Stella B. Mead, plaintiffs, and by City
Reduced ! of fine Footwear. These specials mark the
ing the financier's last will. Tonight here she was struck down and killed. Attorney McNary, representing the greatest bargains ever known in the history
he bore himself with an air of mystery
and would neither affirm nor deny the
The appearance of the house indicated
that the family had Just finished break-
City of Portland.
This was n suit to restrain the city
DINNER SETS of the shoe business in Portland.
fast when the frenzy of tho father broke
The mysterious Bien will if there
out. Evidently there had been a terrific
struggle as the mother and children
from closing the passageway In tho
nrprroRch to the bridge loading to the Dainty Havilnnd China Dinner Sets Extra Specials: WOMEN'S $1.00 ROMEOS, 50.
is such a document in existence which
a relative of the lawyer asserts is the
battled for their lives. The dining-roo-
was all bespattered with bfood, even the
lower floor of wharves owned by the
The Moads claimed that
Sets: regular $27,50 value.
O1? Felt, Romeos, sizes
regular value $1.00. Clearance
7 and S;
case, is said to be more orloss ry a perpetual grant of the right to keep Special, the pair.
celling. Under the dining-roo-
in its character. There is
reason to believe there is another will
the father's body, a gun across his knee.
Apparently he had taken tho muzzle into
this passageway open had been givon
In an ordinance of 1S7S, authorizing
tho erection of their wharves, and they
$23.10 WOMEN'S 1.50 OXFORD TIES, 84.
drawn In August, but there may bo ex- his mouth before pulling the trigger. asked for compensation. This was de- rich decoration, French China Dinner Sets at Special Clearance Prices.
Barnum. who came here recently from nied by the state court and also by
Black vici kid Oxford Ties, patent tip, sizes
cellent reasons why it will never be 2"fcw, fancy shapes Austrian China Dinner Set- s- 6, i and 8; regular value $1.50.
produced. Homer. Mich., was despondent over finan- the Federal Court in today's opinion. QAp
The will read today was signed in
London January 12, 1905, and again
cial troubles. In passing upon the right of the claim-
ants Justice McKcnna a!d;
4 II TlVV
Clearance SDecial. J the tiair &
, signed in this city In the presence of
witnesses May 22. 1905. In it no pro-
vision is made for any of the women
whose names have been linked with
"Their occupation of the street ami
STORMS HOLDS THE FORT construction of the wharf and landing
at tho foot thereof were permissive
Refuses to Resign, Though Quarter's under rights. Theyof could not acquire
the city defining
Gold and floral
; .$22.00 value.
A Hll WOMEN'S
kid Slippers, turned soles, all
sizes; regular value $1.25. Clear- - 7Qp
that of Yerkes. but it Js understood Salary Is Withheld. any interest or easement In the street
not conferred by the ordinances, be-
CUPS, PLATES, SAUCERS, ETC. ance Special, the pair
he made provision for them out of cause their u5q could not In law be WOMEN'S PARTY SLIPPERS.
hand wnen he realized ne was 10 aie. INDIANAPOLIS. Jan. 2. Following a adverse."
brief consultation in the Governor's office
Old blue-handl- ed
the set of six
Cups and Saucers; 75c value. Special,
CdltS Very handsome evening and party Slippers, in
several styles, all sizes; regular values $2.50
ART GALLERY AND HOSPITAL today between Governor Hanly. Secre-
tary of State Storms and the latter's
attorney, Mr. Storms made bis first pub-
GIVE ROSS ANOTHER HEARING Old blue Plates, 75c value. Special,
50 CCFlt"S and $3.00.
Yerkes Provides for Tlicm and Lib- lic statement since the demand made T,ast Chance of Approval of His
upon him by the Governor for his resig-
Decorated Chamber Sets three colors, pink, blue and myrtle; $250 value.
Spocial, the set
QT WOMEN'S $2.50 AND $3.00 SHOES, $1.89
erally for His "Wife.
nation. Mr. Storms merely said he had
Carey Act Selection.
NEW YORK, Jan. 2. In his will,
read today by Clarence A. Knight, his
refused to resign. Governor lianly said: OREGOXIAX NEWS BUREAU. Wash-
"Mr. Storms has refused to resign his ington. Jan. 2. If Land Commissioner
Austrian China Cuspidors, tinted tops, stippled gold and floral decorations.
25 CtS Women's Shoes, in patent kid, dull matt kid
top, Blucher cut. vici kid lace in 3 styles,
attorney, the late Charles T. Yerkes
. makes many public bequests, including
$100,000 in trust, the Income to be paid
He still owes the state certain Ross Knows any reason why the Stare
is better equipped than
State Auditor Bigler today Informed of "Washington Government to Irrigate
Large size, stippled gold and floral decorations.
Special 30 CdltS .
and patont kid button in S styles, all sizes
and "widths; regular values $2.50
and $3. Clearance Special, pair
Mr. Storms that he cannot draw his sal-
to the "University of Chicago for tho ary for the quarter Just ended. Accord- the Yakima Valloy. January 15 he will have the CLEARANCE SALE OF
"maintenance of the Yerkes observa- ing to the Auditor the Governor had in- opportunity between and 20 WOMEN'S $3.50, $4 and $5 SHOES, $2.69.
tory at Lake Geneva, Wis. Provisions to state thnt reason to Secretary Hitch-
structed him to withhold the Secretary's cock. At the request of Governor Mead,
are made for the disposal of his New
York home, after the death of his wife,
to a corporation organized for the
salary warrant, which would have called
for $1C25. the Washington delegation has ar-
ranged for a hearing for Mr. Ross and
Mr. Storms with other state officials Attorney-Gener-
"QUICK-MEA- L" STEEL RANGES Women's high-grad- e
light, hand-turne- d
Boots, in button or lace,
soles and heavy soles for
the street; such makes as Laird, Schober &
maintenance of his art gallery, the made the regular quarterly settlement to-
al John D. Atkinson, 1905 PATTERN THIRD PLOOR. f Co., "Glorias," in broken lines, and the
sum of $750,000 to be given this pro- day, Mr. Storms paying to the State who hac expressed a willingness to
ject on Mrs. Yerkes death. Mr. Yerkes
also provides for a hospital to be erect-
Treasury $28,267. make an argument in behalf of the
state's Carcy-n- selection, which now"
ct EXTRA SPECIALS famous Cincinnati Shoes; rcirular values
$3.50, $4.00 and $5.00. Clearance CO CQ
ed in New York. His widow, son and stands In the way of the Sunnyslde
others are provided for. The will was Government Irrigation project. The
EXPERIMENT MAY BE FATAL Secretary and delegation arc anxious
$50.00 value, high closets, 16-in-
$39.95 Special, the pair 1.UJ
read to the members of his family to- Special
day and they expressed entire satis- to dispose of this matter and the SPECIAL PRICES ON WOMEN'S AND
faction with Its provisions. It includes:
F.fteon thousand dollars to Green-
wood Cemetery, $200,000 to Mary Ade-
Soldiers at Death's Door as Result of Hooner Mr. Ross and Mr. Atkinson con-
pear tiie hotter it will be for all
ap- $00.00 value, high closets,
.......................... $45.00 CHILDREN'S LEGGINGS.
laide Yerkes. his wife.
To his vfjfe, the homestead at the
Jt i a foregone conclusion that the
Secretary Is going to turn Mr. Ross
$65.00 value, high closets,
$50.00 Men's & Boys5 Shoes
corner of Slty-elght- h street and. Fifth CHEYENNE. Wyo.. Jan. 2. Privato down, but thiri hearing I granted in
Each Range guaranteed. Heaters all sold at Clearance Sale Prices. MEN'S $4 00 SHOES, 32.89.
sivunue, together with all the paint- - John Murphy, of .the Eleventh Infantry, order that he may not charge that he
lngs and works of a'rt. satuary, bronzes, stationed at Fort Russell, Wyo., and two did not have the opportunity to present Box calf, patent colt anoT velour calf lace and
tapestry and there and else-
other soliders may die as a result of a his cafo. on he can make a satisfactory
state; the Asbestos Irons Extra Specials Blucher cut, single and double soles; also
New Year's spree, during which they state selection will of thebehalf
where. Hhowiiig Nappies, $2.15 value. our entire stock of the famous "Pingree"
On the deth of his wife, the prem- - be approved, but
lses, works of art, etc., to go to a cor- drank cocktails composed of bay rum, the facts of the cae, which were inves- Third Ploor. Clearance Special Shoes; regular value $4.00. (TO OQ
poration to be organized under the lemon juice and hair tonic. tigated Ix mnnths ago. hai'e not Nappies, $7.23 value. Clearance Special, the pair
laws of the State of New York for Special demonstration of. Asbestos Irons. Clearance Special Men's $3.00 and $3.50 Shoes Clear- - CO (
the maintenance and preservation of
an art gallery on the premises, which Economy, Quality, Satisfaction in using them. Eooted Comport, $3.75 CO 7C ance Special, pair $LLrJ
is given to said corporation. Five trus- value. Clearance Special 9LmiJ
tees are to be appointed to control BOYS' SHOES.
what shall be known as the Yerkes Sugar and Creamer. $4.50 value. CO Boys' fine box calf Bluchers, made on new
galleries, one to be the Mayor of New
York and the other four to be desig-
CLEARANCE Clearance Special
ch Bowl, $10.00 value.
shape lasts, new and every pair guaranteed.
Regular $2.75 values, sizes 2 to CI QO
nated by the Metropolitan Museum of "
Art. Upon the death of his wife the
trustees are to pay over to the di-
rectors of the Yerkes galleries1 out of
Sale of Cut Glass Clearance Special
Table Tumblers; $9.00 value.
0Y2. Clearance Special, pair
Regular $2.50 value, sizes 1 to 2. C 1 7Q
the one-ha- lf of the esta'te set aside We are exclusive Portland agents for Libbey Table Tumblers; $11.00 value. 0 OC Clearance Special, pair
for his wife th sum of $750,000 in cash
lor tho maintenance of such galleries.
Two hundred thousand dollars to
Charles E. Yerkes, son.
LADIES' OUTFITTERS LEADING FURRIERS
Cut Glass, the highest grade made. Clearance Special PO.J Regular $2.00 value, sizes 11 to 13y2- -
Clearance Special, pair
fJQ tl ''
All men's and boys' Slippers below Clear-
Two hundred thousand dollars to Fourth and Morrison Streets In the Clearance Sale ance Sale prices.
Bessie L.Rondinella, daughter.
One hundred thousand in trust for Specials in
Ethel Link Yerkes. daughter of his
nephew, Clarence Yerkes. Every Article in This Store Is Radically Reduced Small Wares Aisle
One hundred thousand dollars in
trust, the income to be paid to the Pirst Floor. The Jewelry Aisle Hosiery Bargains
University of Chicago, for care and
maintenance of the Yerkes observa- Great Annual Clearance Sale 5c Hooks and Eyes, all sizes. Clearance
Special, the card
1 First Floor. for Women and Children
tory, located at Lake Geneva, Wis. FANOY BACK COMBS AT HALF PRICE. First Floor.
The remainder of the estate is to be Best nickel-plate- d and-blac- Safety Pins; all
You must not fail to come in during this sale if you claim to he
invested and divided into four equal
shares, the Income from two of the
shares to be paid to Mrs. Yerkes dur-
at all economical, for we've prepared bargains sure to make January
a memorable one in barg&indom.
sizes; 1 dozen on card. Clearance
Special, the card
All of our fancy mounted and stone set Back
Combs, in amber and shell effects, in a va-
50e HOSE FOR 42. .VMS
ing her lifetime. His son, Charles E. 10c Garter Elastic, silk finish. Clearance Cp riety of styles. Special for today at Women's fine cashmere Hose, finished foot,
Yerkes, and his daughter, Bessie Ron- Special, the yard HALF PRICE. medium weight; our 50c value. J.?r
dinella. during their lifetime, receive
Special Clearance Sale Price, the pair.
spools of Basting Cotton.
the inoome of the other two shares.
On the death of Mrs. Yerkes the
will provides tor a hospital in New
Stunning' Models in 200-yar-
Clearance Special, 3spooIs
39c fancy shell Back Combs. Clearance OCp
Cp BACK COMBS which are slightly damaged
will be sold for less than
their actual value. .
of One-Four- th
35c HOSE, 25f.
York City to be known as the Yerkes Women's ribbed cotton fleece-line- d Hose,
hospital, the aggregate cost of the Special, each . seamless; our 35c value. Special
group and buildings not to exceed
$800.000.. He directs that the hospital
shall be open for the public without
regard to creed, race or color, and any
patient received or admitted, whose
financial means are not such as to en-
Tailored 5c best quality- -
Clearance. Special, 3 rolls
10c best quality
Clearance Special, the roll
MEN'S 65c LINK BUTTONS FOR
A line of men's Link Buttons a large as-
sortment to select from.; some are stone
set, some arc enameled, and some arc ill
25. Clearance Sale. Price, the pair
50c HOSE, 35.
A great lot of women's plain and fancy Hose;
splendid Hose, but broken sizes; our 50c
fancy embossed designs; values up to 65c.
able the patient to pay for the neces-
sary treatment- shall be treated free.
Provisions are made for the mainte-
nance of the Yerkes Hospital from the
remainder of the portion of the es-
SUITS 30c ban'd or nail Brushes. Clearance
12c celluloid, shell, amber or white Dressing
Combs. Clearance Special at,
Special Clearance Sale price,
SILVER THIMBLES FOR 12i.
?ip value. Special Clearance Sale
Price, the pair
75c AND $1.00 HOSE FOR
tate going to Mrs. Yerke's and from NOTE To those ladies who have been
the part going to his son. Charles E. waiting for their suits in anticipation of this each Sterling silver Thimbles, sizes 7 to 12. 1 0p A lot of women's Hose, which will be on sale
Yerkes. the latter's share going to the
sale, we will say that every garment in our 25c Toilet Powder for the bath. Clear- - 1 7p Special Clearance Sale Price, each I- - until closed out; our 75c, 85c and $1.00
hospital If he dies without Issue and values. Special Celarance Sale
at any rate after the children have Cloak and Suit Department is reduced. ance Special at, the can fiQr
reached the ago of 21, less the $300,000 TZOc box Stationery, white and assorted 1 Hp And One-Thi- Off on
rd Price, the pair UJL
We specially mention a lot of $20.00 and
which Charles E. Yerkes Is authorized
to devise by will. $25.00 Suits at $13.85;
long and short-co-
styles, the newest plain
tints. Clearance Special at, the box.. Metal Purses and Jeweled $1.25 TO $2.00 HOSE FOR 89.
In case his wife should notify the
trustees that she desired to relinquish
and novelty mixed fabrics, very becoming
15c box Buled Paper. Clearance Special, Op
v Collars Another lot of women's Hose fine Hose; our
her right to use the premises at Fifth the box $1.25, $1.50, $1.75 and $2.00 values. Ofip
avenue as a home, then the trustees styles.
10c Paper Napkins the hundred. Clear- - Cp
All of onr fancy metal Purses, oE fine silver
are directed to pay to the Yerkes gal- nnce Special, the hundred
and gilt ring mesh, and our fancy jeweled
leries $20,000 per annum out of tne in-
come set aside for wife and children.
$13.85 5c square Envelopes. Clearance Special Qp
collars, some stone set, others made of beads;
also a lot of children's Purses. All on sale
CHILDREN'S S5c HOSE FOR 19.
at, the package today at Children's black, fine ribbed cashmere Hose;
20c Writing Tablets. Clearance Special 1 0p our 35c value. Special Clearance 1 Qp
BESIEGING PUERTO PLATA 1 at, each One-Thi- rd
Off Sale Price, the pair
Morales Will Soon Fight Decisive Very Great Reduction on Furs at
. Battle at Santiago.
There are many good bargains throughout
CAPE HAYTIBN. Haytl, Jan. 2. A our large stock of Purs. Every garment will changed and It Is believed, that- Imme- -
The northern roads charge only $5 per at Walla Walla, has been desrgnated foot passenger bridge, which wilL also
revolutionary force of Dominicans, num- he found bearing newly low prices for this diately after the hearing the state ton to transport Washington oats to Se- by the Stato Department to come here carry an irrigation flume, over the Co-
bering about 250 men, is, according to a great sale. And then to think of the satis- selection will be canceled and the state attle, whereas the O. R. fc N. s charging to take examination for Consul at lumbia River at Wenatchee. If the bill
dispatch received here by messenger to- will be shored aside. This will tend to 9S on oats shipped to Portland. This ex- Hangr Chow, China. Senator Ankeny re- passes, Mr. Clark and his associates
day, camped on the Santiago-Puert- o factory qualities of the Silverfield garment-y- on
road, Santo Domingo, and is besieging
find "the better kind" of furs Marked clear the way for Government Irriga- cessive freight rate compels Portland quested this appointment for Mr. Brat-tai- n will commence construction this
tion at ah early day. dealers to raise their prices and makes It over a. year ago' and, if he passes,
Puerto Plata. The revolutionists, it is "here at the "just as good" prices. We can X impossible for them to compete with, Se- he will be appointed. He spent eight
added, occupy positions which prevent all attle In this trade. months at Amoy as teacher In a
ingress or egress, except for American tell but little here. SHUT OUT BY FREIGHT RATES Got Famous Picture Legally.
warships or persons under the protec- Chinese school, and also
Idaho Man pics In Office. lived in the Upper Tangtse country. BOSTON, Jan. 2. Henry W. Swift, coun-
tion of the foreign Consuls. The threat- REGULAR $12.00 LONG BROOK MINX TIE ,
ened bombardment of the port by the rev- Reason VTiy Portland Cannot Get OREGONIAN NEWS BUREAU. Wash- sel for Mrs. John I Gardner, made the
olutionary gunboat Indepcndencla will FOR ?7.25. ington. Jan. 2. George A. Raha. of "Will Come Back When Water Comes. first statement concerning Glorgione's
not take place, presumably owing to the Oats Contract.
Weiser. Idaho, appointed on the Capi- OREGONIAN NEWS BUREAU, Wash- famous picture, "Christ Bearing the
representations of the foreign Consuls. Here's an unusual value i Ties a splendid OREGOXIAX NEWS BUREAU, Wash- tol police force in 1S91, on recommen- ington. Jan. 2. Senator Dubois has re- Cross." the disappearance of which from
The messenger from Santa Domingo In the light of In- dation ef Senators Dubois and 5henp,
also announces that the troops command- Brook Mink Tie, extra length, liaed ington. Jan. 2--
ceived a petition from 375 settlers near the Loschl Palace at VIcensa was noted
formation which Senator FHlt'ea today died here on Saturday of Indigestion.
ed by General Guellito, the former Gov- with brocaded silk, Bexriceable ad drey. Caldwell asking that leave "of absence yesterday in a dispatch from Rome.
rccelved from PreMdeat "Wheelwright of He will he buried hers tomorrow. The be granted homesteaders on land under Mrs. Gardner procured Glorgione's
ernor of Monte Chrlsti, are operating In the Portland Chamber of Commerce. It Sergeaat-at-Arm- s says he will appoint
conjunction with, the revolutionary forces the Boise-Payet-
Irrigation project famous picture in a legitimate manner.
REGULAR $10.00 SABLE MARTEN BOA seems quite lmprobaMe t&at the Ivar Te any Idaho mas to the vacancy whom until water Is turned Into the Govern- There Is no doubt about It. It was not
before Paerto Plata, andthat it is the In- partment will award the peadlmr Philip- Senators Dubois and Hey hum agree stolen. Any further talk or action with
tention of the two forces to attack San- ment canals. 4
POR $5 .96. pine oats contract to Portland bidders. It upon. The place pays $119. reference to thte picture meet'ceme from
tiago, south of Puerto Plata, where Gen- appears from this letter that the high
eral Caceres, the temporary President of Bridge Col amb La at Wesatchee. the Its. Han government Mrs. Gardner
price asked for Portland o&ts yg not due CMsalalc lor Spokane Mas. does not care for any pubttclty In the
the republic, is drawing up his troops. DraUe loig Sable Mart 1m, triauaod, so much to the sra4e' as to the aet that ORBGOKIAX NSTYS BUREAU, Wash- matter."
A decisive engagement expected to oc- with silk vcmto, umL six tails. Portland to cdtpritoi to pas- - Mghar ORBGOKIAX XKWS BUMAU, Wah-igo- a, ington, Jan. 2. Senator Ankony has Mr. Swift added that ha was unaMe to
cur at Santiago.
According te the reports which reached
freights on .Baatorm Orsg otic thaa 9m- -
, attle pays for JGaotora WoMgio
JhmI . JC. Brattaia. of
satn. SootaMt. cradoate of WhKaMut Coltoge lw proparod a httl grunting; W. T. Clark-t- state just hbwt the painita? was secured
right to oofKtruot a wagon and by Mrs. Gardner