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CORVAIXIS, OREGON. TUESDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 12; 1905.
B.F. IRVICTi Editor
-. and Propriety :
Everything to add to the pleasure of
ihe little folks can be found in our store."
- Japanese curios, machanical toys, dolls
books, rubber goods and ' all the latest
novelties. : See ooi show.window and get
an idea of what is made :-..wV
In the Oounfy Court of the State ot Oregon for
In the Hatter ot the Estate
of .J .,-..'.
I. E. Gleason, deceased. )
Noiioe is hereby crlvea that the flual account
of the undersigned administrator of the estate of
I. E. Gleason, deceased, has been rendered to
said court for settlement, and that Wednesday
the Sd day ot January. 1906. at the hour of elev
en o'clock A. M. has been duly appointed by said
and the settlement thereof, at which time any
person interested in said estate by having
oDjecuons to saia account may appear ana me
his objections or exceptions in writing to said
account and contest the same.
- U. S. GLEASON, '
Administrator of the estate of I. . Gleason, die-.
ceased. - . ..- , -
DIES DIABETIC COMA AND
' LOSS OF BLOOD THE
v . CAUSE,
-'". .Notice.:.. i
Hatter of Guardianship Estate 1
- of . ' : l :
Heman Mason, aa Insane Person.
Notice is hereby given that the ' undersigned
guardian ol the estate of Hemen Mason, has fil
ed In tUe county court cf Benton county; state
ot Oregon, his final account as such guardian of
said estate, and that Friday .he 5th day of Jan
urry, 1U06, at the hour of ten o'clock A. M. has
been fixed by said court as the time lor '.hearing
objections to said account and the settlement
thereof. , R. B. MASON,
Guardian of the estate of Heman Mason,,
the State of Oregon,
Beautiful Holiday Gifts
For Lapies and Gents, old or young., s A magnificent
ifckrof pi-eseiita Sf all kindffrtcBswsuitaWSES"e '
. jfesources of all. - , , -
$50 DIAMOND RING' : . 1
. Ladie3 or gents to be given away free. One ticket "
with each $1 worth purchased. Call and see our .line
and let us explain about the ring.
Pratt The Jeweler 6c Optician.
LOOK OUT FOR-
The Wide-a Wake and Up-to-Date Cash Store
Open nowfor inspection our complete line of Hol
iday goods. Toys and Dry Goods. Notions. Bootsand
Shoe for Men, Women "and chifdren.
Men and Boys Suits and Underwear.
Ajadies Skirts and Underwear.
In fact anything you want.
Groceeies flour and feed.
, Neatest line of fancy Dishes in city.
Fruit, Vegetables, Etc. "
Genuine Rodger Silver wae given away for a short
while. - ;---. - ' . '
Wo make a spscialty of quick delivery, look out
for wagon, listen for the bells. r.
Independent Phone 106.
Bell Phone 551.
See our new store.
We try to please.
In the County Court of
or Benton County. --.
In the Hatter of the Estate
Melissa . Gleason, deceased.
- Notice Is hereby given that the final account
of the undersigned administrator ot the estate
ol Melissa . Gleason, aeceaeea, nas Deen rena
ered to said court lor settlement and that wea
nesday the 3d day of January, 1906, st the hour
of eleven o'clock A. M.. has been duly appointed
by said court as the time for hearing objections
thereto and the settlement thereof, at which
time any person interested in said estate by
having -objections to Said account may appear
and file ma objections or exceptions in writing
to said account ana contest me same. '
. ..- U. S. GLEASON,
Administrator of the estate ot Melissa E. Gleason
Notice to Creditors.
Notice to Geditors..
Ha Drops to SleeD. Fails to
Awaken and Passes Away
Of His Family, One Son
Only Will Be Able to
& Attend ; Faneral
Portland, Dec. 9. A valiant fight
wtyi made by the attending physi
cians to save tbe life of S9nator
Mitchell. .AH Thursday afternoon
&u& night and' yesterday morning
they straggled against the 'inevita
ble; " Modern science in all its lat
est applications to cases of like
character was invoked, but death
hii seized him in its relentless
grsp nd nothing could remove the
fatal clutches. Diabetic troubles,
from which the senator had been a
sufferer for years, had rendered his
system exceedingly weak and bus-
ceptable to any injury. Age had
impoverished hie blood, and when
hemorrhages formed after the ex
traction of four of bis 16 wer teeth
hfovitality could not repair the
drain upon his system and diabetic
coma ensued. Suffering . no pain
Senator Mitchell fell asleep. As
tbV hours passed the sleep grew
deeper and deeper and deeper, on'
til at last it changed in that dream
leps sleep that knows no waking
i-ae en a oi senator Mitchell came
without a struggle. Death was the
f-fit opponent to whom he had ever
yielded impassively ;; i ,
Arrangements forbe funeral ser
in the Matter of the Estate y
William J KF.iJ.V,fleceased . . -
Notice is berebv etven to all nersons concern
ed that the undersigned has been dulv appoint
ed administrator with the frill annexeof the
&8Sri&li were made lastmtgnt upon-thi
estate ot William J. Keiiy, aeceaeea, are nereDy
required to present the same, with the proper
vouchers, duly ; fennea as Dy law re.
aulred. within six months fiom the date hereof,
to the undersigned at his residence In Monrce,
Oregon, or at the law office of E. K. Wilson, lu
t;orvaiiis, rsenton county, uregou. .
Dated Novemoer 3, 1905. .
' M. WILHELM.
Administrator with the will annexed of the es
tate ot Wm. I. Kelly, deceased. v :
receipt oi a teregram irom his son
John H. Mitchell, Jr., etatinE that
he was leaving St. Paul Jast night
ana would arrive in : Portland Mon
day evening.-- The services will be
held Tuesday from the City Hall
and the interment will be in River
In the matter of the Estate
0. H. Smith, deceased
Notice is hereby given to all pessons concern
ed that the undersigned hasbeenduly appointed
executrix of thlaet will and testament of O. M.
Smith, deceases, by the county court of the state
of Oregon for Benton county. All persons hav
ing claims ngnst Raid estate of C M. Smith,
deceased, are hereby required p present the
same, within proper vouchers, duty verified
as bv law rj wired, within six months Irom the
date herest, to the undersigned at her residence
finreevmies noruiweBt ui .urvtuus, vwgou ur
at the law office of E. E. Wilson, in Corvallls,
Benton county, Oregon."
Dated, November 3, 1905. '
LUCY A. BMITH,
Executrix of the last will and testament of C,
M. Smith, deceased.
R. D. Burgess
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON
Office over Blackledges furniture
store: ' Hours 10 to 12, 3 to 5.
Phone, o&ce 216; Res 454
IF YOU WANT
A GOOD TENDER STEAK, VEAL, MUTTON CHOP,
HAM OR BACON, CALL AT
The City Meat Market
We keep on hand all kinds of fresh and cured meats,
lard arid sausage.
Opposite Turners grocery. Both Phones
CADY & SCHWINGLER
H. S. PERNOT,
Physician. & Surgeon
Office over postoiBoe. Residence Cor.
Fifth and Jefferson streets. Honrs 10 to
12 a. m., 1 to 4 p. m. Orders may be
eft at Graham & t1'--ham's drag store.
B. A. CATHEY
' Physician & Surgeon
Office, room 14, BanK Bldg. Hoarsi
lO to 12 and 2 to 4.
Phone,. orSce 83. Residence 351.
Corrallis, . ; Oregon.
eegt(,:- ybt'bere. UtfMtOKQitB
Ohio; Lieutenant Hiram E. Mitch
ell, a Bon, -Pdrt Hanoock, Sandy
Hook, New York, and his wife and
daughter, the Duchess de Roche
foucauld, in Paris. A reply, ask
ing for farther information concern
ing his father's condition, was re
ceived soon afterward from JohnH.
Through the morning hoars Sen
ator Mitchell sank gradually into a
etate of diabetic coma. His breath
ing became more labored. - Hypo
dermic injections, which were made
every hoar, failed to roase him, and
it was realized that the - end was
near. LHesolution eet In about oo -
clock, and from that time his decline
was very rapid. Even then, how
ever, bi3 pnyelciana thought that
he might live for maay hours, per
haps a day. At 10 o'clock he seem
ed to be passing away - still more
quickly. ; There was no movsmerjt
of the body, and : those who were
watching anxiously were scarcely
able to perceive that he was alive.
The loss of blood . had taken all col
or from his features. , -
When the end came there was
scarcely a percepitble change and
the physicians were nnable to de
termine at exactly what minute life
became extinct. There was scarce
ly a movement of the muscles. '
There had been no suffering. Calm-
ly and peacefully tbe weary statee-
mao had answered death's sum
mons. :' : .V "'
No one cf Senator Mitchell's im
mediate family was at the bedside
whe he died. Around him when
the end came were Judg9 W. O.
Chapmen of Tacoma, son-in-law of
the senator, who immediately came
to Portland when" notified ' of tbe
approaching end, Mrs. Mary Bartb,
of 4 Grand avenue, a niece, John H.
Ejticj nephew: Mrs.-K. M. Price,
his'siBter-ia-Jaw, and Miss Lottie
Pricey a nfeee, all pf , 286 Oar,abera
street. Senator Mitchell's wife is
the sister of K. M. Price. T. L.
Pierce, of 504 East Oak street, with
whom Senator Mitchell has been
boarding lately, begged to be ad
mitted to tbe death chamber . and
sobbed as if his heart would break
A FRANK PASTOR
HE -IS OUSTED FOR BEING--.
:. Pr.ATN TW RTS
Preacher Says That Insurance Graf
ters Should Be in Hades and
Lose Job Other News.
J. FRED STATES
A TTORN hi-A T-LA W.
First Nat'l Bank Building,
Qnly Set Abstract Books in Benton County
E. R. Bryson,
G. R. FARRA,
Physician & Surgeon,
Office np stairs in Baraett Brick
idence on the corn er of Midi son
Seventh at. Phone t . 1 j a 1 1
C. H. Newth,
Physician and Surgeon
family lot.- Tuesday' morning the
body will lie in state in tbe City
Hall, in order to give an ODDortun-
rty to bis many mends to come and
pay their last tribute to the dead
J. he hour of The funeral and other
details will probably be decided up
on today v The Odd Fellows and
Elks of Portland, with which orders
Senator Mitchell was affiliated, will
attend in a body and will probably
take some part in tbe services .'
The'direct cause of Senator Mitch
ell's death was the loss . of blood
caused by the extraction of four
teeth Thursday morning. The
work was done by Dr. A. Wise and
the hemorrhage formed after the
last tooth had been extracted, about
10 o'clock. : Dr. Wise and Dr. Emil
Pohl tried in vain, to stop the bleed
ing ior more than three- hours. At
this time Senator .Mitchell suf
fered.,, jn tense vpaln.- as extreme
pressure'-was ope ; of , tbe ' methods
used in the effort to stop the hem
orrhage, but he bore the pain with
out a word of complaint or a single
act that showed the suffering be
mast have experienced. -
Dr. James O. C. Wiley, Dr. Geo.
F. Wilson and Dr. A. J. Giesy,
with Dr. Pohl, were in attendance
upon Senator Mitchell at the hos
pital, - Later in the night the house
phyeician, Dr. Glen Wheeler, took
the case in charge. Every possible
styptic was ured to Btop the hemor-
j rhtifee. The last hemorrhage occurr
ed at midnight, and left tbe patient
almost hopeless. It was at
this time that .the doctors saw that
diabetic coma wa3 inevitable and
that death was certain. Senator
Mitchell lost consciousness shortly
after 8 o'clock in the evening. When
Dr. Giesy came into the room about
this time he showed by. his expres
sion and a few incoherent words
that he recognized him. Shortly
after he asked for a drink of water.
This was the last time that he spoke
or gave any sign of being 'conscious
of his Burroundings..
David M. Dunne, a close friend of
the dying man, arrived at the hos
pital soon after 9 o'clock, and was
by the bedside constantly up to the
time of his death. Mr. Dunne sent
messages to the Senator's relatives
telling of his critical condition. HiB
son-in-law,- Judge W. O, Chapman,
of Tacoma, received word of his ill
ness at 10 o'clock, and took the
midnight train for Portland, arriv
ing at 9 o'clock in the morning and
going at once to the hospital. Mes
ges a were also sent to John H.
Mitchell, Jr., at St. Paul: Mrs. J.
T. Fawcett, a daughter at Canton,
street, siBter of Mrs. John H. Mitch
ell and the only other relative the
senator has in the city, was unable
to be present. .
When taken to the Good Sama
ritan hospital at 2 o'clock. Senator
Mitchell was in the best of spirits.
He was greatly weakened 'by the
loss of blood, but. converged : with
Dr. Pohl, who rode in the carriage
with bim to tbe hospital. Dr. Pohl
tried to impress upon him the seri
ousness of his condition, but he did
not eeem to comprehend. When
they arrived at their' destination he
walked from the carriage to the hos
pital unassisted. When he entered
he recognized ooe of the nurses who
had attended him when he was con
fined there for a few days three
months ago. "Well, Iani back
again," be eaid smiling.
.With a prepossessing personality
and a faculty for making friends,
Senator. Mitchell had held a promi
nent place before the public of Or
egon and of the entire nation for
many ytars. He served 22 years in
tbe United states senate, and during
that time filled the chairmanship of
several important committees. As
a leader of the republican party 01
the state, senator miicneii was a
powerful character, and the brillian
cy of his long career was only in
tensified by the contrast of his lat
ter months of adversity and misfor
tune. The suddenness of bis death
came as a snocE to tne people 01
Oregon. v '' '
Stanford, Conn., Dac. 9. If the
Rev. George C. Richmond, curate
of St. John's Episcopal church, has
his way, the population' of hadea
will eventually be vastly increased
by insurance magnates and grafters
now under investigation in New
York city. By reason of his whole
sale condemnation of rich sinners
the parishioners of St. John's intend
to dispense with Dr. Richmond's
services. There are many very
wealthy families in the congrega
tion and they object to any radical
selection of their future abodes by a
curate who was supposed to guide
them gently in the proper path.
The particular Bermon to which the
parishioners of St. John's object
was delivered last Sunday at the
memorial services of the Elks. In
effect, Dr. Richmond said that any
business man who received a salary
of $25,000 was a thief. ' Richmond
said today: -
'I did not realize that I was say
ing anything to cause commotion
or comment. I am not sorry nor
afraid and I have nothing to take
back. I should like, however, to
amplify the remarks I made to
some extent. Its meaning should
be brought but more fully.
"I remember that when I was as
sistant in Holy Trinity church of
New-York there 'was. a young' man
in th cbejch-wBo waswpiayeltby'
the Equitable Life at $12.50 a week.
I officiated at his marriage. Two
months later it was discovered that
he had stolen $50 from the compa
ny and be was sent to prison. Now
who is the greater sinner, tha
young man or Hyde?
i leu you, nyae win ue in nei,
for eternity as compared with the
term that young man should spend
In my remarks I made last Sun
day I did not mean that people
were deliberately and purposely
breaking the ten commandments.
I meant that they were results of
an evil system. But, you know, we
are using plain terms nowadays,
and practically they are thieves who
take that which do not belong to
them and which they do not earn."
If your stomach troubles you, do not con
clude that there is no cure, for a great many
hav been permanently cured by Chamber
lain's Stomach and Liver Tablets. Try
them; they are certain to prove beneficial.
They only eost a quarter. Sold by Graham
& Wortham. '
Berlin, Dec lo. A dispatch from
St. Petersburg says that the plans
of Baron Liocq de Lobel, the French
engineer, for tbe building of a rail
road from Siberia to Alaska, has
been approved by tbe Russian gov
ernment, which has named a com
mission to formulate contract reg
ulations. Baron de Lobel represents a group
of French Capitalists who propose
to -build a railroad from Siberia to
Alaska by bridging and by tunnel
ing under Bering Straits. It is said
that the enterprise will b3 capital-
, , . k
000,000. and that the money centers'
of France, Russia and the United
States will be asked to share in the
financial phnse of the project.
hot muffins, hot cakes,
made with Royal Baking
Powder may be freely
eaten without fear of