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THE MORNING OREGONIAN, TUESDAY. DECEMBER 2, 1902. .
Congressman Moody Is Urg
ASKS FOR EARLY SURVEYS
Plenty of Work for Both in Eastern
OregonGovernment Cnn Reclaim.
Bis Tract, Private Corpora
tions Smaller Ones.
OREGONIAN NEWS BUREAU Wash
ington, Dec. L Representative Moody,
who reached Washington this morning,
has laid plans for a busy Winter, and -will
devote his time to securing the advance
ment of pending local legislation, and to
bringing about favorable departmental ac
tion In Oregon matters.
He Is strongly alive to the Importance
of irrigation to Eastern Oregon, "and has
arranged a conference -with department of
ficials, at which he -will urge the early
recognition of Oregon under the general
irrigation law. He says there Is abundant
opportunity for Government reclamation
in localities where private capital has not
undertaken work, either Independently or
under the Carey act, and that there Is no
reason why work should not be done there
if the people will but co-operate In a man
ner recently pointed out by "Hydrographer
Mr. Moody thinks that private enterprise
should be encouraged to reclaim the East
ern Oregon lands, simultaneously with
Government reclamation, pointing out
that the ono seeks small projects of lim
ited dimensions, whereas the other seeks
only large works. By v co-operation the
state will be benefited by having the maxi
mum amount of arid land reclaimed,
whereas If private Investment Is crowded
out. a large aggregate area reclalmable In
small tracts must be undeveloped.
At an early day Mr. Moody will have a
conference with the Chief of Engineers
relative to the opening of the Columbia
River from The Dalles to Celllo. He Is
hopeful that the board of engineers will
report that the work can be done within
the estimate of Captain Harts. If not. It
will be necessary to get an additional ap
propriation and the sooner it is had the
There are several pending bills which
the Second District Congressman hopes to
have passed, among them the double min
imum land bill and the bill establishing
an assay office at Baker City. He is also
desirous of an opportunity', as a member
of the public lands committee, to forward
some legislation which will amend the
public land laws, under whose loose pro
visions extensive frauds are now being
TO TEST THE COXST1TDTIOX.
Object of Content of Glass Election
WASHINGTON, Dec, L Representative
Tayler, chairman of elections committee
No. 1 of the House, offered a resolution
today proposing that the credentials of
Carter Glass, elected to the 57th Congress
from the Sixth District of Virginia, be
referred to his committee and Inquiry
made as to whether they are based on re
turns of a lawful election for members of
Congress held In Virginia, November 4,
1S02, and upon what chaacter of regis
trational lists, and under color of what
constitution or ordinances such election
was held, and whether at said election
the right of franchise was accorded to all
citizens of Virginia alike, without regard
to race or color, and whether any citizens
of the United States who were entitled
to vote for members of Congress were de
prived of any rights."
The resolution was referred to the com
mittee oi elections No. L The object of
such an Inquiry as the resolution sug
gests would be to test the validity of the
FIRST CASE FROM HAWAII.
Supreme Court Decides Question of
Life Insurance Payment.
WASHINGTON, Dec. 1. The Supreme
Court today delivered the first opinion ever
rendered by it in a case coming up from
a Hawaiian court. The case was that of
the Equitable Life Assurance Society of
the United States against Cecil Brown,
administrator of the estate of Thomas B.
Smith. Mr. Smith was domiciled in Ha
waii, and while there took out a life In
surance policy. He afterward died in San
Francisco. His administrators were ap
pointed both in Hawaii and New Tork, the
latter appointment being made at the in
stance of relatives in this country. The
insurance company refused to pay the
policy to the Hawaiian administrator on
the ground that by its terms the policy Is
payable at its New York office. The Ter
ritorial Court's decision was opposed to
this contention, and today's opinion did
not disturb the case as thus left, the
court dismissing the writ on the ground
that no Federal question is Involved.
COXFEREXCE OX IMMIGRATION.
All Inspectors to Have Uniform Meth
ods of Exclusion.
WASHINGTON, Dec. 1 The Commis
sioners of Immigration stationed at all
the important points of the country, called
togather by Commissioner-General Sar
gent, began a series of conferences here
today. Among the subjects to be dls
cussed are Chinese exclusion, border In
spection and the immigration bill how be
lore the Senate. Uniformity of inspection
HOLIDAY GOODS IN A BEWILDERING VARIETY
Each succeeding year we have made strenuous endeavor to secure every novelty suitable for the Christmas season. This year our efforts have been redoubled
with the result that our stock is the most varied and complete to be found anywhere in the West. An examination will convince you that this is no't exaggeration.
throughout the country is one of the ob
jects sought. The whole subject of im
migration will be exhaustively discussed,
The meetings will likely continue through
the greater part of the week. There were
present today Commissioner-General Sar
gent and Commissioners Williams of New
York, Healy of Vancouver, North of San
Francisco, Weis of Baltimore, Rogers of
Philadelphia, Billings of Boston, Thomas
of Quebec, and Special Inspector Watch
horn, of Montreal..
ESTIMATES FOR THE YEAR.
Reduction of Over $21,000,000, Main
ly in Army Expenses.
WASHINGTON, Dec 1. The Secretary
of the Treasury transmitted to Congress
the estimates of the- appropriations re
quired for the Government service for the
fiscal year ending June 30, ISOi, as fur
nished by the heads of the several exec
utive departments. The total appropriation.-,
asked or are $5S9,1E9.112, which Is
J21.63&576 less than the estimates for 1003,
and'3.0ft0,014 less than the appropriations"
for that year.
Following is a recapitulation of the es
timates by departments, cents omitted:
Legislative. ni.058.-iS3: Executive. ?319,-
PRESIDENT PRO TEM.
500; State Department, $2,676,825; Treasury
Department. $172,313,526; War Department,
$130.9S5.605; Navy Department. $S4.725.79S;
Interior DeDartment, $163,018,616; Postof
fice Department, T10.3C3.4S6; Department of
Agriculture, $5,660,150; Department of La
bor, $184,220; Department of Justice. $7,431.
900. Grand total, $583,189,112.
Following are the principal Items un
der the several departments which show
increases' or decreases as compared with
the appropriations for the year 1903:
Legislative salaries, etc $ 393,913
Public printing 718.000
Executive proper, salaries, etc.. 13.000
Salary and expenses Civil Service
State Department, foreign inter
Treasury Department, public
District of Columbia 2,700,000
Permanent annual aoDronriatlon. 3.600.000
War Department, military estab
Public works NOOO
Navy Department, naval establl-
InteriorDepartment, public works 273,003
Permanent annual appropriations 470,000
Postofflce Department, salaries
and expenses 115,000
Department of Agriculture, sal
aries and expenses 462,000
Department of Justice MT&OOO
Following is 'a recapitulation by titles,
showing the estimates for 1S01 and appro
priations for 1903, cents omitted:'
Objects for 1901. for 1903.
Legislative $ 5.267.815 $ 5.230.617
Executive 26,061,653 27,491,680
Judicial 756,270 909,471
Foreign intercourse.. 2.145,415 2.672.763
Military 77.9S6.515 92.794,619
Naval 74.886,540 75,049,781
Indian affairs 7.GST..790 9.911.299
Pensions 129.846,480 140.053.467
Publ'c works 61.277.852 67.401.867
PostaT service S.242.S35 102.4SG
Miscellaneous 52,444,073 64,731.251
Permanent annual ap
propriations 122,589.820 135,799.820
Totals $5S9,1S9.112 $622,239,12J
SLIGHT DECREASE IX DEBT.
November Cat Dorm Amount Less
Than Half Million.
WASHINGTON. Pec. L The monthly
statement' of the -public debt shows that
at the close of business November 29, 1902.
the . debt, less cash In 'the Treasury,
amounted to $958,097.2S1, which is a de
crease for the month of $410,440. The debt
ts and Mnfg. Jewelers Cor. Third
HAVE NO BRANCH STORES
is recapitulated as follows: Interet-bear-lng
debt. ?9i4,54i,240; debt on whlchr inter
est has ceased. $1,256,810; debt bearing-no
Interest, J396,885,819; total, $1,312,617,8.
This amount; however, does not Include
58C9.236.5e9 in certificates and Treasury
notes outstanding, which are offset by .an
equal amount of cash on hand held for
The cash In the Treasury Is classified as
fbllows: Gold reserve fund. $150,000,000;
trust funds, .5569,236,559; general fund. $145,
45S.SS0; In National bank depositaries, $145,
911.S1S; total, $1,313,606,717, against which
there are demand liabilities outstanding
amounting to $959,031,129, which leaves a
cash balanco on hand of $354,575,588.
NO MORE BIG BATTLE-SniPS.
Chairman Hale Favors Vessels of
Or ego a Type and. Craiscrs.
OREGONIAN NEWS BUREAU Wash
ington, Dec. 1. Senator Hale, chairman of
the Senate naval committee, made a state
ment today which tends to indicate
the action Congress will take in deciding
the size of future battle-ships to be au
thorized. "I am in harmony with the Pres
ident In the matter of Increasing the
Navy," said he, "but I believe in moderate
additions. I am opposed to the construc-
OF THE SENATE.
tlon of any more battle-ships of from 14,000
to 16.000 tons. Experience has shown that
we could build three ships -of the Oregon
type for what It costs for two of the
larger ones. Small battle-ships, of good
speed, say 17 knots, are most effectivo in
a modern navy. I also believe in a moder
ate increase, as the years go by, of the
Committees Call oa President.
WASHINGTON, Dec. 1. The Joint com
mittee of the two branches of Congress
appointed today to notify the President
that Congress had assembled and was
resldy to receive any message he might
have to deliver to it called at the execu
tive offices this afternoon. The commit
tee was congratulated by the President
and requested to convey to the two houses
his felicitations, with the Information that
he would communicate with Congress to
For Bureau of Public Roads.
WASHINGTON, Dec. 1. Representative
Brownlow introduced a bill todav to cre
ate in the Department of Atrriculture a
bureau to be known as the Bureau ot
Public Roads, -with a director at Its
head. The miroose is to secure uniform
ity in road construction and a uniform
system of taxation for road purposes.
Contract tb Build Fort Lawton.
OREGONIAN NEWS BUREAU Wash
Ington, Dec. 1. A contract has been
awarded to J. H. Estes, of Tacoma, for
erecting and finishing several buildings ajt
Fort Lawton; on Puget Sound, at $110,000,
The buildings are double barracks for two
companies, one band barracks, one coal
shed and three officers' quarters.
SUICIDE BY SUGGESTION.
Cproner- Will Investigate Strangle
Death of Mrs. Hemlngrar.
SAN FRANCISCO, Dec. 1. Owing to
the charges which have been preferred by
J. E. Locke, proprietor of the Knicker
bocker Hotel, to the effect that Robert
Hemlngray, the horaeman, and his broth
er facilitated the suicide of the former's
wife-by suggestion and by leaving the
weapon with which she killed herself
where she cpuld find it, Dr. Leland, the
Coroner, has ordered a thorough invest!
gatlon of the ca'sc. "
i Robert Hemlngray admitted to the Cor
I oner this afternoon that the woman who
1 killed herself on Saturday night, and with
whom he had been living for several
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terey, Mexico, who was in a critical con
dition of health owing to nervous suffo
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DIAMOND. DYES. Burlington,- Vt.
months,, was not his wife. Her name, he
says, Is Miss Carlo tta Camplgllo, of Cin
cinnati. The dead woman Is the daugh
ter of a well-known Italian family.
The Hemlngray brothers deny Locke's
story emphatically and asBert their de
sire for a thorough investigation of the
facts. Robert Hemlngray denies that his
wife was despondent or that he had any
Intimation that she would commit sui
WAS CARLO THE BEAUTIFUL.
Mrs. Hemlngrny Well. Known nnd
Admired in Cincinnati.
CINCINNATI. Dec. L The suicide of
the young woman who was known In San
Francisco as Mra JRobert T. Hemlngray
and In this city as Miss Carlotta Camplg
Ho has caused a sensation in Cincinnati
and Covington, Ky. She was known in
both cities as "Carlo the Beautiful," and
had many admirers. The mother is pros
trated with grief at her home in this city
When seen today she said her daughter
had been married to Hemlngray several
months ago. The remains of the young
woman will be brought here for burial.
The real name of the suicide was Car
lotta StefQn, and her father is said to' be
a wealthy "grocer of. New York! The
mother of Carlotta secured a divorce
from Steffin several years ago, and eub
scquently mafcrled P. (F. Camplgllo, 'or
ganist at St. Paul's Protestant Episcopal
Hemlngray Is a son of the late Robert
Hemlngray, formerly of Covington, but of
late years of Muncl, Ind.
ACTOR SLAYS ACTRESS.
Barry Johnston Follows Murder by
Attempt at Suicide.
PHILADELPHIA, Doc. 1. Mrs. K. Has
sett, aged 2S years, leading lady In Keith's
ElKhth-Street Theater stock company:
was shot and killed tonight by Barry
Johnston, a well-known actor, formerly a
member of Richard Mansfield's company
After the murder Johnston attempted sui
The tragedy occurred at Darien and"
Wood streets, in the Philadelnhia Tender.
"loin. Johnston fired at his victim five
times. Two of tho bullets took effect, one
In the left breast and the other In the left
arm. Johnston shot himself through the
breast and is not expected to live.
At 2:20 A. M., Johnston was resting easy
in the hospital. The doctors are as yet
unable to say whether he will live. Hfc
lies in a semi-comatose state and fre
quently repeats the words, "She was false
ESCAPADE IN CLEVELAND.
Johnston Forced Way Into Theater
and Was Dropped by Mansfield.
CLEVELAND," O., Dec. 1. Barry Johns
ton played the part of Casslua in Rich
ard Mansfield's "Julius Ceasar." Mans
field played In this city last week. A
week ago Sunday night Johnston and
another member of the Mansfield com
pany sought admission to the stage
of the Euclid-Avenue opera-houBe, at
which theater a Sunday performance was
given by a German stock company. The
doorkeeper refused the men admission
and hey thereupon, according to the
doorkeeper's story, assaulted him, knock
ing him down, and pushed their way on
to the stage. The doorkeeper was dis
suaded from prosecuting the actors, and
later In the week, It is said, Mr. Mans
field personally paid the doorkeeper $100
Vj SILVER NOVELTIES
PERMIT us to remind you again that if convenient, it is always to your
advantage to call soon as possible before the rush starts in. You can
now make your selections at leisure and without inconvenience. Goocls
will be held foe responsible persons.
STORE OPEN EVENINGS
THE PROPER COURSE
- ,FOR SUFFERERS
The proper course for suflferers is
thl3: Read these symptoms carefully,
over, mark those tha,t apply to your case,
and bring this with you to the Copeland
office. If you live away from the city,
send by mall and ask for Information of
the Siew home treatment.
HEAD AND THROAT
The head nnd throat hecome dis
eased from neglected colds causing
Catarrh vrhen the condition of the
blood predisposes to this condition.
Figures showing: those parts most
frequently attacked by Catarrh. The
picture represents a part of the
head sawed open, the letter A Indi
cating: the folds of mucous inem
brnne in the nose. The letter B in
dicates the seat of Catarrh in the
"Is the volco .husky?"
"Do you epit up slime 7
"Do you ache all over?"
"Do you snore at nistit?"
"Do you blow out scabs?"
"Is your ip&s stopped up?"
"Does your nose discharge?"
"Does your nose bleed easily?" '
"Is there tickling in the throat?"
"Xo crusts form In the nose?"
"Is the nose sore and tender?"
"Do you sneeze a great deal?"
"Is this worse toward night?"
"Does the nose itch and burn?"
"Do you hawk to clear the throat?" .
"Is there pain' across the eyes?"
"Is there pain In front of head?"
"Is your eense-of smell leaving-?"
"Is the throat dry In the morning?"
"la there pain In back of head?"
"Is there dropping In the throat?"
"Are you losing your oens of taste?"
"Do you, sleep with your mouth open?"
"Does your nose atop up toward night?:
TREATMENT BY (MAIL.
The publication of the symptoms of Ca
tarrh by Dr. Copeland Illustrates to what
perfection the diagnosis of disease has
been developed, and how intelligently
patients can be treated at a distance. If
sufferers will mark their symptoms and
answer questions In symptom blank, they
,cai be cured at home. Consultation by
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to keep him from taking the matter lnib
Mr. irlansfleld evidently wan displeased
with the actions of his supporter, for
Johnston did not appear in the cast after
the first night, the part being taken by
an understudy until Saturday afternoon,
when Joseph Hawdrth was engaged to re
place Johnston permanently.
WOMAN TAKES ALL BLAME.
Says She, Xot Kelly, Killed Dr. Cay
ley in Butte.
SAN FRANCISCO, Dec. 1. In custody of
Sheriff J. B. Furey, of Silver Bow County,
Montana, Mme. Ruth LaBonta, alias Eva
Hart, left for Butte on the overland train
today. She was arrested by Detective
Gibson, in this city, and "goes back to
stand trial for complicity in the murder
of Dr. H. A. Cayley, who was shot to
death in her apartments in Butte on the
night of October 11. J. W. Kelley is on
trial for the crime, but the woman main
tains that she alone Is guilty, and although
the Montana officer was not furnished
.with the necessary' extradition papers, she
seemed willing to stand trial for her
Mme. LiBonta stood by her first story
to tho last, but Sheriff Furey does not
credit it. Sheriff Furey took with him
incrlmlnatlsg letters found by Detective
Gibson In the woman's apartments after
AFTER MORE BOODLERS.
Xew St. Lous Grand Jury Will Con
tinue Good Work.
ST. LOUIS, Dec. L Impaneling of the
December grand jury began this morning,
and further charges of municipal corrup
tion will be presented. James Campbell,
for whom deputy t Sheriffs have been
searching for weeks, returned home yes
terday from Eureka Springs, Ark. Camp
bell Is wanted to tell what ho knows about
the alleged distribution of money among
members of the House of Delegates. .
Stone Honors Requisition for Kelley.
HARRISBURG, Pa.. Dec. 1. Governor
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This condition often results from 5
catarrh extending from the head and '
throat, and, if left unchecked, ex- (
tends down the windpipe into the j
bronchinl tubes, and in time attacks j
"Have you a cough?"
"Are you losing nesh?"
"Do you cough at nlghi?"
"Have you pain In side?"
"Do you take cold eaelly7"
"la your appetite variable?"
"Have you ftltPhea In side?"
"Do you cough until you gag?"
"Are ycu low-spirited at times f
"Do you raise trcthy material?"
"Do you spit up yellow matter?"
"Do you cough on going to bed?"
"Do you cough in tho mornings?"
"Is your cough short and hacking?"
"Do you plt up little cheesy lumps?"
"Havf you a disgust for fatty foods?"
"Is there tickling behind the palate?"
"Have you pain behind breastbone?"
"Do you feel you are growing weaker?"
"is mere a curning pain in the throaty
"Do you cough worse night and mornings?"
"Do vou have to sit up at nlht to st
Deafness and car troubles result
from catarrh, passing; along the Eu
stachian tube that leads from the
throat to the ear.
"Is your hearing falling?"
"Do your ears discharge?"
"Is the wax dry In the ears?"
"Do your earn itch and burn 7
"Are the ears dry and scaly?"
"Have you pain behind the ears?"
"la there throbbing In the ears?"
."Is there a buzzing sound heard V .
"Do you have a ringing in the ears?"
"Are you gradually getting deaf?"
"Are there crackling sounds heard?"
Vis your hearing bad cloudy days?"
VDo you have earache occasionally?"
"Are there sounds like steam escaping?"
"Do your ears hurt when you blow your
"Do you constantly hear noises In the ears?"
"Do you hear better some days than others?"
"Do the noises In your ears keep you
"When you blow your nose do the ears
"Is hearing worse when you have a cold?"
"Is roaring like a waterfall In the head?" 1
This flgnre shows a section of the
ear made by sawing through the.
hones of the hend; it shows the onter
ear, the canal leading from the outer
ear to the ear drum, the ear drum,
the hones of the car, the Internal
parts ofj the car, together with the
tube leading from the throat BP be
hind the ear drum.
Stone has honored the requisition of the
Governor of Missouri for the return to
St. Louis of Charles F. Kelley, ex-presl-dent
of the House of Delegates of SU
Louis. . A detective left at once for Phila
delphia to take Kelley to St. Louis.
Kelly Leaves for St. Louis.
PHILADELPHIA. Dec. 1. Charles E.
Kelly left for St. Louis at 11:20 o'clock,
tonight in custody of a detective of that
WAS DELIBERATE MURDER,
Consul Bowen Says That Is Impres
sion of Mrs. Gore's Death.
NEW YORK, Dec. 1. J. Allison Bowen,
United States Deputy Consul-General it
Paris, arrived here today on the steamer
St, Louis. When questioned about the
Goro tragedy Mr. Bowen said that if he
had not been ill It wouldhave been his
work to conduct the Investigation for the
Consulate. "Personally I know nothing
about the affair," he said, "but the im
pression was that the shooting of Mrs,
Gore was deliberate murder. I never saw
either Mrs. Gore or the Russian."
"Did the prominence of the Russian and
the fact that Russia and France are allies
have anything to do with hushing up tho
affair?" asked a reporter.
"Of course, of that I cannot say," re
plied Mr. Bowen.
AGREE WITH THE FRENCH.
American Doctors Also Say Mrs. Gore
Did Not Kill Herself.
PARIS, Dec. 1. Consul-General Gowdy
has received the report of the four doc
tors appointed, to make an examination on
the remains of Mrs. Ellen Gore. The re
port Is in harmony with and In no way
differs from the report of the French ox
pert. Dr. Socquet.
HAS WIFE IX EVERY CITY.
Ward No Sooner Serves Sentence
Than Faces New Charge.
OAKLAND. Cal.. Dec. 1. Thomas
Diamond Merchants and Manfg. Jewelers
WE HAVE NO BRANCH
CATARRH OF STOMACH
This condition may result from
several causes, but the usual cause
is catarrh, the mucus dropping dowa
into the throat and bclnc swal
lowed. '"la there nausea T"
"Are you costive r"
"Is there vomiting?"
"Do you belch up gas?"
"Have you waterbrash?"
-'Are you lightheaded?"
"Ia your tongue coated?"
"Do you hawk and spit?"
"Is there .pain after eating?"
"Are you nervous and weak?"
"Do you have sick headache?"
"Do you bloat up after eating?"
"Is there disgust for"breakfast?"
"Have you distress after eating?" -t
"Is your throat filled with slime?"
"Do you at times- have diarrhoea?"
"Ia there rush of blood to the head?"
"When you get up suddenly are you dizzy?"
"I? there gnawing sensation in stomacli?"
"Do you feel as it you had lead in stomach?"
."When stomach Is empty do yon feel faint?"
"Do you belch material that burns throat?"
"If stomach Is full do you feel oppressed V
This figure shows the stomach
opened up, showing the folds of the
membrane lining of this organ,
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Michael "Ward, a confidence operatori,ha
been freed from the City Prison, only to
be taken to Sari Jose to stand trial on a
charge ot stealing a bicycle, which has
been hanging over his head while he has
been serving sentence here. Ward has a
long police record, and no less than six
women are said to claim him as husband.
One of these reported to reside in San
Francisco, and others In Salt Lake, Spo
kane and Tacoma.
Dry, moist, scaly tetter, all forms
of eczema or salt rheum, pimple8
and other cutaneous eruptions pro
ceed from humors, either inherited,
or acquired through defective di
gestion and assimilation.
To treat these eruptions with
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expelling all humors and building
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Hood's Sarsaparilla permanently cured J.
Q. Hines, Franks, HI., of eczema, from which
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Alvina Wolter. Box 212. Ateona. Wis., of nim
pies on her frice and back and chafed skin or
her body, by which she had been grrestly
troubled. There are mora testimonials in
favcr of Hood's than can be published
Hood's Sarsaparilla promises to
cure and keeps the promise.
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