THE MORNIN'G OREGOKIA TUESDAY, JAKUAHY 3, IS03.
four..yers ago. already has been over-
taken, says- tbe message, and the city DOORS SWING WIDE
WILL LOSE SEftTS has been put to new project to keep
pace with Its expansion. 1
In favoring municipal ownership and
operation of an electric lighting plant to
light the streets, parks and public build-
ings of Mew York, the message says:
"I do not believe that the Government Public Is Welcome to White for Gold
should engage In any service which can Iw, but we
Democrats Marked for be dona better, or as well, by private House Reception. r seamless
to be su- -
enterprise, or should Invade business OUr 3T3- -
fields In competition with the legitimate Imore dura- -
Ousting in Colorado. trade of the citizen. The prices which
the city Is compelled to pay-- for gas and
electric light, however, arc so out of e invite
proportion with the charges- in ottier BRILLIANT NEW YEAR'S SCENE IConsultatlon
cities that they must be extortionate." DR. w. A. WISE.
The .message says that tbe attempt to
IX REPUBLICANS' PLACES
administer the business of a great city
through a board bas been
proved a signs failure In the city's
1 Balmy Air Makes It No Hardship lor Cor. 3d and Washington Sts.
with a Police Board the Thousands Who Walt in Line
and a Aqueduct Commission.
In his proposal concerning the adoption for a Handgrip With the
of the plans for an increased water sup- President. Medical
Six in Ail May be Thrown ply, therefore, the Mayor will .recom-
mend an enactment by the Legislature MM 5rslcal Dispensary
placing the work in the hands of a
Out of State Senate, commission, one member to be certified ISEASES OF MEN
by the Chamber of Commerce, another
by- - the American Society of Civil Engi-
WASHINGTON. Jan. and :ele, hydrocele
neers and the third to be chosen by the resident Washington today extended New
Jdayor. Year greetings to tho President and Mrs. 5 DEBILITY
A statement of the city's financial con- Roosevelt af the White House. The 01SON, RUPTURE, KID- -
PEABODY'S STRENGTH GROWS dition, which was Included in the mes- event brilliant and spectacular as are
sage, shows a gross funded debt of the New Year "receptions always
Against this there is a sinking tbe formal opening of the social marked URINARY DISEASES
fund of $la4,350,352, leaving a net funded of 1905. season nnrt weaknesses of men. due to in- -
debt of $400.9K.1S5. The present borrow- Is, excesses, or the result of specific
Candidate for House Speakership Ap- ing capacity of the city Is $68,326,723. The The reception was characterized by
liio Is afflicted owes it to himself and
proved by Governor Was Selected total National debt December 1 last was true Democracy. The portals of the to get cured safelji. na. positively,
by Party Caucus Yesterday
White House swung wide for all the
world. All were welcomed' to the historic
t anv bllcht or weakness In his sys- -
fe no misleading statements or un- -
After a Struggle. mansion and afforded the opportunity positions to tho ainictea in oraor to
F ronage. The many years of our sue-I- n
MEMBERS TO GIVE BRAINS. personally to greet both the President Portland prove that our methods
and Mrs. Roosevelt. e safe and certain.
Society Forming to Further the Study braced "the opportunity. Thousands
write, and if we
flees or will NOT accept find that
By the President's direction, no abso- your money
The cause of Gov
of the Human Body. roKDiTions and it we nnd you are
DENVER, Jan. 2. lute limit of time was Dlaced on th re aao rusixivjs-
lortest possiblesafe without InJurl- -
trnor Peabody made a 'distinct gain this ception. Tho reception of guests began time,
NEW YORK, Jan. 2. Brain special- shortly be as low as possible for consclen-
ists have begun a movement which overcast,after early in the day It sprinkled The sky was
afternoon when the Republican caucus and b. consult us oerore consenting to
f elected"WVH. Dickson, of this city, as they hope will bring about a condition a little. The air, however, was as balmy int blood vessels and organs.
.of affairs more favorable to the study as that of April, and it was no hardship If you cannot call, write us. Always
speaker of the next House of the Colo- or tnc human body. It is for the for- for those who stood In line awaiting
M.J. SUNDAYS, 10 to 3 ONLY.
rado Legislature. Although Mr. Dick- mation of a society, modoled on the turn to pass the receiving party. Astheir the
son has been a resident of this state for plan of tho Mutual Autopsy Society of callers entered the White
three years, he has not been active In Pans, tho members of which, after were greeted by a bursting House they
the Interests of any Republican faction,
but his candidacy was supported by the
their death, contribute their brains and from tho
other organs to science. A committee stationed Marine Band, vestibule strong,
composed o three n well-know-
in the great
brain tho baton of Lieutenant Santlcman; a
Streets, Portland, Or.
seconds of Governor Peabody and agree- experts and anatomists practicing here blaze of color and breath of perfume II
ment upon by the caucus Is regarded with has been appointed for the purpose of from beautiful floral decorations, and a
much complacency by the Peabody peo- preparing a general form of brain be- scene of splendor, the brilliancy of which
ple. quests which will hold in law and was enhanced by the soft glow from
Frank Y. Frewen. of Teller County,
was the candidiatc of the Wolcott fac-
not be rendered null by any action myriads of shaded electric light.
that may be taken by relatives of the
person making tho bequest. Tho floral decorations, while not elabo-
Years of Success
rate, were moro profuse than lent of chronic diseases. such as liver;
One of the leaders in the movement acterized recent White House have
tion, and he made a strong fight for sev- char-
eral hours. Matters were finally adjusted
harmoniously, however, and everybody In
the caucus joined In naming Dickson for
explained that the study of the brain Rare varieties of palms were disposed ef-
at present Is chiefly hampered by ob- fectively about the vestibule and
jections of the relatives of the de- corridor, while In the state dining-roo- main
fal swellings, Brlgnt's disease, etc
Kidney and Urinary
ceased. In the prevailing circum- In the East room, and in Bed, talnful. difficult, too frequent, milky or
speaker and he was nominated by accla- stances it Is difficult to obtain, he said, Green parlors, rare cut flowers Blue and were ar- !
unnatural discharges speedily cured,
mation. tho permission of tho family for the ranged with consummate art and effect-
Tho Republican leaders have not yet removal, preservation and study of the iveness. diseases of the Rectum
determined positively upon their line of organ, because the mere suggestion of The beginning of the reception was
an autopsy is, looked upon with horror. announced by a flourish sounded by trum- "tiiTn flssnrA ii7rirnttnn mtiemi and
action after the Legislature Is opened. irges. cured without the knife, pain or
It is possible that Harry C. Riddle, one peters of the Marine Band, stationed near
of the three members of the city election
commission, may present a report to the
CAUGHT IN THE ACT.
the foot of the main staircase. Tbe fan-
fare signalized the approach of the BBKOBmKKKKBBBBMIWmXSBmUKBKBKmifB Diseases of Men
gleet, stricture, unnatural losses, re
President. Preceded by his military guaranteed.
Legislature declaring that there was Gang of Counterfeiters Run to Earth aide. Commander Cameron McR. Wins-lo-
much fraud perpetrated In Denver, against President Roosevelt, escorting Mrs. deprive you of your manhood, UNFITS
the candidacy of Governor Peabody, while
Near Seattle. Roosevelt, descended the stairs, followed
by the members of the Cabinet and their their
his two fellow commissioners simply ccp
tlfy to the election returns less these dis
SEATTLE, Wash.. Jan. 2.- -At the muz- ladles, constituting the immediate receiv- I hills. Gonorrhoea,, painful, bloody urine,-
zle of revolvers, while one was In the act ing party. ual Debility, Varicocele. Hydrocele, Kid-
tricts thrown out by the Supreme Court. of molding what Is stated to have been
The distinguished party crossed the cor- it afEKCUKlT OR OTiiLH fU13UIUU9
Plan Approved by Peabody. counterfeit money. Captain B. W. Bell, ridor and entered the Blue parlor, where FRED.
chief of the local United States Secret the President and Mrs. Roosevelt re- and scientific He uses no patent nos-cur-
The Legislature would then have for Service division, assisted by Detective ceived their guests. When the Presi- the disease' bv thorough medical
:e Diseases sent free to all men who cl-
Its consideration practically a majority Taylor, captured at Columbia City, a few dent and Mrs. Roosevelt had greeted eat home. Terms reasonable. All lotters
and minority report on the result of the miles from here, this afternoon, Mrs. May formally the members of the Cabinet, ion free and sacredly confidential. Call
election in the city of Denver. Some of McDonald, her husband, Dan McDonald, among whom were Secretary Taft, Sec-
and her brother. Frank G. Richards. The retary Morton. Secretary Mctcali and It, Corner Yamhill, Portland, Or.
the leading Republican politicians say police state that the latter was formerly Postmaster-Gener- al Wynne, who were
that this will not be done, but the attorneys in prison for burglary. participants, for the first time in a New
who are handling the case for Gov Richards attempted to escape, but was Year reception as the President's advis-
ernor Peabody..say that It may be done. handcuffed after a (struggle. As the se- ers, they extended cordial greetings to
Another plan that Is meeting with cret service men entered the kitchen of others in the room who bad assembled to
the McDonald house. Richards 'was bond- assist them. Both the President and Mrs.
favor among many members of the Legls ing over the stove, pouring molten metal Roosevelt were In excellent spirits, and
lature is to follow the action of the Su Into a plaster of parls mold. Four of joined animatedly in conversation with
preme Court in reviewing the ballots In these one for quarters, one for dimes and their guests.
this city. As soon as the Supreme Court two for half dollars were captured by the The receiving party was arranged In tho
has finished with a certain number of detective. Richard- - Is accused of counter-feltin-g.arc of a circle In the south end of the
Mrs. McDonald of having passed Blue parlor, facing the party behind
precincts, the Legislature Is to take them bad money, and her husband of having as- the line. Between the two sections was
up and conduct its own examination sisted In the counterfeiting work. a lane formed by d silk velvet cord.
along lines similar to those employed by
the Supreme Court. It would be months in Rpi nnrlnr to the Green narlor. ' bishop of the episcopal Church, asking
m xne ooweis
before the Executive Committee having
OTHERS ON THE LIST.' Near the entrance to the Red room the leave to wltnaraw the presentment, and Negro Lynched by Mob. --
requesting permission to make another
this recount in charge would" be prepared
(Continued from Flirt Pare.)
President and Mrs. Roosevelt stood. Di-
rectly In the door stood a secret service presentment.
The vestrymen of St. John's Church,
HOPE. Arlcr Jan. 2. While Jetton, a
negro, less than 13 years old. who", with
Bliss retired from the Secretaryship of officer, who closely scrutinized every per- a negro companion, assaulted a farmer Dinggisis,
The Republican leaders have no hesi- son who passea in line. Every precaution Huntingdon, Pa., held a meeting tonight
the Interior Department, Hermann's and unanimously adopted a resolution af- named Nobbs, Car Spring Hill, ten miles a it
tancy in declaring that the first thing was taken throughout the house to In- south of here, has been taken from a
they will do is to unseat the Democratic name was considered for the succes- sure the safety of the President and firming confidence In Bishop Talbot. A
statement signed by tho elx vestrymen Constable and lynched.
Senators, Born aqd Healy, who two years sion. others, an extra detail of police, besides
It will be a source of pain if it several secret scrvlco officers, being on whose names appear on-t- Irvine pre-
go. were given the seats of the Repub- duty. Nobody was permitted to carry sentment was forwarded to Dr. W. B. Friday at noon, the afternoon will ba Crescent City, and as the door did not
shall be shown these men are guilty Bodlne. at Philadelphia. The statement STOCKMEN MEET AT DENVER spent in seeing Denver, and Saturday will open to the driver's call, it was forced,
licans, Dick and McDonald.
as charged. They will bo given the ben- handkerchiefs or mufflers In the hands,
Other Seats in Danger. and nobody was permitted to pass along was not made public, but the vestrymen be devoted to a trip "Around the Horn." and the body of Dunn was found on the
efit of the doubt until evidence shall tbe line with hands in his pockets. said ' It was a complete vindication of Programme for Next Week's Enter- floor, near his bed, his overcoat spread
There arc four other Democratic Sen- bo presented. It is' to be hoped Sena- Introductions were made to. the Presi- Bishop Talbot. tainment Is Prepared.. over him. His assailants had apparently
ators who may share the fate of Born tor Mitchell can vindicate himself. dent and Mrs. Roosevelt by Colonel Attorney Noble returned here from New AGED STOREKEEPER KILLED. used a heavy club. From the confusion
and Heals, although It has nt
yet been Whether he is involved or not, enough Charles W. BrownelL Besides Command-
er Wlnslow other aides In line were
York last night, and all of today he was
closeted with Dr. Irvine ajid other pre- DENVER", Jan. 2. A general pro-
of things about the cabin. It is believed
there were two or more men In the mur-
definitely decided that they will be un- is shown to establish the fact that senters. It wae nearly 7 o'clock tonight gramme of the National Livestock Con- Brutal Murder of Old Man on Cres- derous plot.
seated. Tbe Republicans base possible frauds of great magnitude have been Lieutenant Dan T. Moore, Lieutenant G. when the conference came to an end. and vention, to be held here next week, was cent City Road.
nctloh In these four cases on public state- R. Fortescue. Lieutenant R. C. Dulmer, Issued today.
perpetrated and the Administration is Lieutenant H. R. Lay, Lieutenant U. S. nothing was learned of what transpired. British Charged With Spying.
Efforts were made to prevail upon Dr. Monday morning the National
Grant and Ensign" B. A. Long. All were
ments of Shafroth. who following Its record of probing them GRANT'S PASS. Or.. Jan. 2. News of
announced that 7000 fraudulent votes had to the bottom. In full dress uniform. Irvine to make a statement concerning Association will meet at the Ta- a most brutal murder has been brought ST. PETERSBURG, Jan. 3 (7:30 A. M.)
the published letter he was said to have bor Grand Opera-Hous- e,
and in the after- The Novoe Vremya declares editorially
beon cast tor him at his election. Four Mrs. Roosevelt was" attired becomingly written to ' a cjergyman In Hartford, noon the executive committee of the to this city, the deed occurring at the
Democratic Senators were elected at the MORE TO BE INDICTED. In yellow silk and velvet and wore little Association will hold its ses- Pat Dunn store, on the Grant's
that It has authoritative news that Brit-
Conn., In which he said he is in straight- nt
ish warships are following
same time by pluralities approximating jewelry. The gowns of the other ladles ened financial circumstances. sion. . Tuesday will see a Joint session of City stage road. Patrick Dunn, al
of the party were: "For God's sake, read the letter; do not the wool and cattlegrowers and the live- the aged Irish bachelor, who kept the RoJestvenskys squadron and reporting
MOO. The Republican leaders reason Conduct of Other Members of Con- Mrs. Hay." pale gray chiffon moire over Its disposition and movements fo the
ask me any questions," was his reply. stock men at the Tabor. Addresses of road store, was found dead In his house,
that if there were 7000 fraudulent votes gress Will Be Investigated. silk, with lace and diamonds. Bishop Talbot was seen at Bethlehem. welcome will be features of this occasion. with h!a head beaten into a pulp. It is enemy from each cable point. The paper
cast the four men who had pluralities of OREGONIAN NEWS BUREAU, Wash- Mrs. Shaw, white wool crepe trimmed Pa., tonight, on his return from Phila- Tuesday afternoon the cattlemen will supposed that he was murdered for his adds that the North Sea incident has
W00 could not have been elected.
ington, Jan 2. It was stated this morn with lace and chiffon. delphia. He declined to state the object meet and in the evening a reception will money, as It has long been the belief that
Mrs. Taft. blue chiffon trimmed with shown that Rojestvcnsky Is a man whom
Chairman D. B. Fairley. of the Rcpub-Ica- n ing that mow indictments are to be of his visit. be held. the old man had. considerable treasure It 13 dangerous to tamper with, and ad-
lace. "v The new presentment will. It Is declared, Wednesday the livestock men will buried somewhere about his store.
SkUe Central Committee, declared found and while It Is declared that no Mrs. Wynne, white lace; shaded with vises the British government to call off
allege against Bishop Talbot all of the gather, at the Broadway Theater, and In The last time Pat Dunn was seen alive
this afternoon that It was an error for such n
officials as Senator light blue and light pink. charges of the collapsed document. Be- the evening all the members will attend was on Wednesday night, when several Its "official spies." and thereby prevent
anybody to say that the state constitu- Mitchell or Mr. Hermann are to Mrs. Morton, white applique lace. sides these charges, others will be In- a performance at the miners from the Monumental mine stayed
opera-hous- e. the possible occurrence "In the Indian
tion required the Inauguration of a new be named In the indictments. Mrs. Hitchcock, heliotrope velvet. cluded, which will, it Is said, be based Thursday evening there will be band with him for several hours. Two days Ocean of an Incident which would be re-
Mrs. Mctcalf. pale green satin trimmed
Sovernor on the. first Tuesday after the
5rst "Wednesday of the Legislative ses-
evidence has been obtained against
upon another letter, equally as denun-
ciatory of Dr. Irvine as the Upjohn letter.
concerts at all the.botels. later he was found dead: His store was
Thc livestock Convention will adjourn not opened when the stage arrived from
' grettable alike to Great Britain, Bussla
and the whole of Europe."
some prominent men In Just before 11 o'clock the members of
sion. Oregon and It is intimated that the the Diplomatic Corps began to assemble
"The state constitution expressly pro- two members of the National legisla In the state dining-roo- In all, the rep-
resentatives of S8 foreign .countries as-
said Chairman Fairley. "that the tlve body already under Indictment
vides, WE ARE THE MAKERS
sembled, all attired In full court dress.
3ovcrnor shalL hold over until his w.ill not be the only members of Con For the second time, .as head of the OF THE PATENT
has duly qualified. There is no gress whose conduct the. grand Jury diplomatic corps. Count Cassinl. the Am-
setting arpund that, and Governor Pea-- - will investigate. bassador of Russia, was the first diplo- WIND-PROO- F
ody will hold his seat until his successor .. .The Washington ..Star tonight quotes mat to present a- New Year's greeting to
aas qualified' properly." a Wgh official of the Interior Depart the President, and with tfie Countess AND
Cassinl, his daughter, and his official
inent as saying:
"Comments upon the guilt or inuo
staff, to lead 'the corps. The Ambassa
dor's handsome court uniform was ren- -
OF RUST-PROO- F
IHMENSITY OF NEW YORK. cence of the two members of Con dered the more dazzling by several of the
Showing Made in' Annual Message of
NEW "l'ORK. Jan. 2. A gross funded'
Indebtedness --almost half as great as
tht total National debt and a yearly
average-- growth and expansion so im
gress that have appeared in the news
papers are rather premature, as the
case against neither of them has been
made public The grand jury's findings
were, of course,, reported In op--
court, but the evidence., on which these
findings were based has not been made
36 decorations he has received.
prominent of these was the Order of
set in diamonds, which he
received from Emperor Nicholas! as the
mark of his 55 years' service. Countess
Cassinl wore, among other decorations,
the Order of the Red Cross, recently con-
ferred upon her by the Czarina In rec-
AND RECOVER Umbrellas THEY COST
THAN THE COMMON
KIND BUT WEAR
TWICE AS LONG.
effort to keep abreast, public and probably will not be until ognition of her services to . the Russian
Red Cross in the Far East.
of it in improvements "has
failed, is shown In the" annual mca- -;
sage of 'Mayor George B. McClellan,"
the cases comb The de-
partment, it was stated, has worked on Baron Stanislaus Hengelmuller. the
Ambassador of Austria-Hungar-
THIS SALE IS TO ADVERTISE ALLESINA'S EXCLUSIVE
which ivas'Vubmltted to the Board of--
Aldermen today. In all the great de-
these cases for over two years and is
satisfied with the results."
Mexican Ambassador, Senor Don Manuel
Asplroz, and the Italian Ambassador,
partments the necessity for immediate Mayor des Planches, with their staffs,
extension is shown. The present system Administration Goes to Bottom. followed. M. Jusseraud, tho Ambassador
of water supply is Inadequate and. a NEW YORK, Jan. 2. (Special.) The of France, followed Baron Mayor, and ADVERTISING SALE We want everyone in Oregon to know that UMBRELLAS OF QUALITY Our Umbrellas are different from the
plan to expend- - Immediately J90.000.000 New York World snys editorially: the greeting he received frpm the Presi-
In acquiring water Rheds and 'building dent was notably cordial. Sir Mortimer Allesina is making and selling the best "Umbrellas for weaf and rough common store umbrella. We have made alife study o how to produce
aqueducts and ra'ajns Js approved. The Indictment of Senator Mitchell Durand, tbe British Ambassador, was a
and Representative Hermann, together notable figure. Standing several Inches usage to be had anyplace at any price. In order to get you to help tho most wear and rain protection,' as well as neat appearance, for the
Although ?2 new" school buildings
were completed and many additions to with the President's action in removing over six feet, his height was accentuated us advertise this fact we are having wha't we call bur Advertising Sale. least, money The result is that we are using special frames, finished
existing buildings made during1 the John Hall from of District by tbe long cut of his uniform. Sir Mor-
year, affording accommodations for Attorney, indicates that the adminis- timer's principal decorations were war SALE PRICES Onr regular prices are much 'less than the price f with 'brassy to make rusting impossible, and our patent Hercules frame
more than 57,000 pupils, many thou- tration is determined to go to the bot- medals awarded for his services In the you would pay anyone else for Umbrellas of similar-quality- , for we - is wind-pro- .and cannot be turned t.
wrong-side-ou- We also use special
sand children are obliged to attend tom of the land frauds which have field.
part-tim- e classes. Contracts have been been steiving for two years or more. It was no new experience for Mr. Qripp, manufacture our Umbrellas and they aTc really old at factory prices. materials made and selected especially for us. We cut and makp up
let for 19 now school buildings and 29 Mitchell Is the third Senator who mu3t the Minister of Sweden and Norway, to "During this advertising sale all of our factory prices are greatly reduced, " this material from our own exclusive patterns.
additions, which will provide 49,500 go into court, to try (o remove the blot bead the line of Ministers. He hew held
new sittings at a cast of nearly $6,000,-00- on his escutcheon." .the position at every New Year's recep- for half of the money we are appropriating for advertising for 1905. will . During our advertising sale we are selling these Umbrellas at prices
"but in view of the average .yearly
tion for years. Minister Kogoro Taka-hlr- a,
much, lower than you would have to pay elsewhere for common store
of Japan, was welcomed cordially be spent in reduced prices. We believe that if you are well pleased with -
increase part-tim- e classes will be in Expressions of Sympathy. by the President, who took occasion to
order next year.
the Umbrella you buy of us you will do more advertising for ua than if umbrellas. All of our fine Umbrellas are sold at just the price of the
Of the police force, which is ndw WASHINGTON. Jan. 2. (Special.) congratulate him upon his recovery from
made up to S291 officers and men, the The Washington' Post. In a review of hls'recent illness. we had spent this money in some other way. You must see the Umbrellas handles. , - See our window display and if Santa Claus did." not give you
Mayor says: Senntor Mlichcll's career says: Leading the Charge d'Affaires was the themselves to appreciate the bargains we are offering. one you will be sure to buy an Umbrella for yourself.
"Many expressions of sympathy were commanding figure of Baron von t
"The police force of the city Is an heard yesterday. It Is only fair o say who extended the
inferior organization only in point of also that his colleagues In the Senate greetings of the German Emperor to tho
numbers. He approves the recommen- regard him as an innocent man." President.
dation for more men. After the passing of the members of
TJhere is an urgent need also for the
extenilve paid fire department .system,
in spljie of ihe fact .that 413 firemen IS Bahr la Cwittac Tort.
the Diplomatic Corps. Mrs. Hay. wife of
the Secretary of State, left the receiving
line and accompanied the Secretary to
WAS M I N QTO N STREET MORRISON STREET
were added to the force during the fe mn mmt m M iM wtl.-trl- rtmt&j. their own home at Sixteenth and Lafay- TWO FACTORIES
past year. te. lT!Ml-r- eeet&M tlM aWM. eafl aa tfe cfcHtru
Settfilar Srra, tar
tuau. ette Square. There at noon the Secretary
The rapid transit system, planned but xnd, Mrs. Hay entertained the . embers