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THE MOENING OEEGONIAN, THURSDAY, NOVEMBEE 3, 1904.
MAY TAKE DEWE1
IF IT IS THE PRICE
The Leading Mail Order House
ON THE COAST
Fifth, Sixth and Washington Sts.
WHEN NOT CONVENIENT TO COME TO THE
STOJtE 'PHONE YOUR WANTS. EXPERI
No Reason Why That Should
Stand Longer In the Way.
ENCED SHOPPERS WILL PILL THEM THE m
Nsw Is the Time for Baying the
Piano. Our Present Display ef
Fine Instruments Wltheat Par
allel. Prices Moderate.
SATISFACTORY WAY PROMPTLY, TOO.
Britain Considers Name
TKX "DmraXKXT BTOKX."
Portland's Largest, foremost Store
Your Credit Is Good Here See Me About 8 1 "Credit Man," 3d floor
TO PASS ON TRAWLER CASE
Russia Likely to Name a French
GOOD PROGRESS IS MADE
Developments Are Satisfactory to
Both Nations Paris Js Likely
to Be Meeting Place of
LONDON. Nov, 2. The negotiations be
tween fhe British and Russian govern
ments In regard to the International com
mission which Is to investigate the North
Bea incident are progressing, apparently,
to the satisfaction of both sides. The For
eign pfflce stated to the Associated Press
this evening that nothing had yet been
definitely sealed regarding the personnel,
date or place, although the commission is
lllkely to mee't in Paris. The Foreign Of
fice added that Invitations will be sent to
several powers to send representatives,
1ut to which powers and what representa
tives is as yet undecided. So far as yet
decided. Admiral Sir Cyprian Bridge will
sit only at the Board of Trade inquiry at
The Foreign Office further stated It
knew of no hitch In the proceedings.
The Associated Press understands that
at the audience which Ambassador Har
dinge had with Emperor Nicholas at
Tsaresko-Selo, October 31. and the audi
ence which King Edward granted to Am
bassador Benkendorff yesterday, both
sovereigns expressed satisfaction at the
prospect of a satisfactory settlement.
At the Russian Embassy tonight the As
sociated Press was Informed that there
had been no further developments; Both
countries were elaborating the details of
the commission, but there was no hitch in
p. It was now regarded as almost certain
that the ' commission will be composed of
five naval officers, one Russian and one
British, each power to choose another
member, and the four to select a fifth.
Russia has practically named Admiral
Kasnakoff. Great Britain expressed her
Intention of asking that a United States
Naval officer sit on the commission,
whereupon Russia announced that she
would select a French officer. There is
strong intimation that Great Britain will
invite Admiral Dewey to be one of the
commission. Officers of such character
as those mentioned insure the acceptance
of the findings of the commission by both
countries and the world.
Admiral Kasnakoff is one of the ablest
officers in the Russian navy, and is a
courtly man of conciliatory disposition and
judicial temperament He has practically
retired from active service. The high es
teem In which he Is held at the Admiralty
is shown by the fact that he was selected
to be the Admiral to command the Rus
sian squadron which went to New York
on the occasion of the World's Fair cele
bration In 1S93.
The Associated Press can authoritatively
announce that the basis for the British
Russian agreement to submit the North
Sea Incident to a commission insures an
amicable settlement without a sequel. The
understanding Is complete.
In the heat of the excitement following
the incident many false impressions ob
tained credence abroad. Now -that the
smoke has cleared away, it is possible to
state that Great Britain disclaimed any
Intention of trying to detain the Russian
squadron, which could only bo Interpreted
as a hostile act. It was never intimated
to Russia that "Vice-Admiral Rojestven
sky's recall would be demanded, and
Great Britain never asked Russia to
pledge herself to the punishment of any
one. The British government fully real,
ised that officers of the Russian squadron
may have acted with excess of seal. The
whole affair was a deplorable mistake,
but as a result of the inquiry which will
establish the facts each government is
expected to take up action without de
mands from either sldcf and no pledges
have been requested or given by either
So far as future complications are con
cerned,, the incident is regarded as closed.
PRESS ASSAILS GOVERNMENT.
If Wants No More "Surprise Mobil
izations' Without Explanation.
LONDON. Nov. 2. Yesterday's attack
of nerves, due to misinformed statements
in the London newspapers, has given
way to extreme calm. The newspapers
angrily assail the government for leaving
London to wrestle with its fears all day
long, when a word would have disposed
of all the alarms, and they suggest that
If the Admiralty would require Vice-Admiral
Lord Charles Beresford to refrain
from "surprise mobilizations" and other
Interesting maneuvers during the next
few days it would not only add to the
tranquillity of the country, but would
smooth the way to a final settlement of
Today's Cabinet meeting excited hardly
the slightest interest on the part of the
general public For the first time in many
years the Ministers met at the Premier's
residence, as Mr. Balfour is suffering
from the blocking of a small, superficial
vein in his left leg, requiring complete
rest. All the Ministers were present. For
eign Secretary Lansdowne coming In after
having interviews with Ambassadors
Benkendorff and Cambon, who were early
visitors at Lansdowne House and the For
eign Office respectively. The two Ambas
sadors had previously met to discuss some
points of detail in the formation of the
The Cabinet sat for nearly two hours,
the subject of discussion being details of
the arrangements for the International
TORPEDO-BOAT IS MISSING.
Russian Admiral May Find He Has
Fired on His Own Boats.
ALGIERS, Nov. 2. It is stated that one
of the torpedo-boats of Admiral Rojest
vensky's squadron is missing, the torpedo
flotilla having put in at this port. This
dispatch, if found to be founded on fact,
would seem to bear out the reports which
have been current for several days past
that Admiral Rojestvenky fired on his
own boats. The Admiral, in his explan
ation of the Dogger Bank tragedy, stated
that one of the torpedo-boats which he
fired on disappeared, and It may bo that
the boat now reported missing is the one
sunk by a Russian shell.
Will Not Proceed to Far East.
' COPENHAGEN, Jfov. 3. Official in
formation which has reached here from
St. Petersburg has it that the third por
jUcri of the Baltic fleet, -which was not ex-
Good pianos, moderate prices and easy
payments go hand In hand at Eilers Pi
ano House. Thirty makes of the finest
pianos that the world produces are sold
by us at prices ranging all the way from
$12$ to $1200.
Among them all there are pianos to suit
everybody in price as well as in style
and tone, and whether you select the one
for the least or for the greatest price,
you are not paying much, considering the
value you secure. Not so much, in fact,
by fully a third, as you would have to
pay elsewhere for a piano of the same
The coming of the Eilers bouse was the
coming of low prices and reliable, stand
ard instruments to the people of the
Northwest. It is as easy to buy for four
large stores as" it is for one, and it se
cures for us the greatest of factory dis
counts. It is as easy to sell all these
pianos, too, provided prices and qualities
are right. And incidentally, we might
here remark we find no difficulty in dis
posing of every one of them, and the
more we sell the easier it is to make the
little prices which have helped to make
Economical methods of conducting our
business have contributed to the success
of our broadgauge way of doing things.
Our immense warehouse down on the rail
way tracks, the largest and most modern
one on the Coast, where cars are switched
right, to our door and pianos loaded and
unloaaed direct, with little risk of dam
age and small expense; our own stables,
our own drays and teams, our own eco
nomical, exclusive way of shipping pianos,
all contribute an Item of saving in the
cost of a piano and coupled with, our
"many sales at small pront" policy, en
able us to make you lower prices than any
other piano concern.
The Chlckerlng, for over 61 years a per
fect instrument. It Is the piano whose
founder's statue is the only one of an
American piano manufacturer selected by
the commissioners for exhibition at the
St. Louis Fair; the Weber, whose match
lessly sweet and sympathetic tone has
made it the favorite of the world's great
est musicians; the Kimball, one of the
most famous and popular pianos made;
the Hazelton, the long-time New York
aristocrat ;the Lester, the pride of all
Phlladelphians; the wonderful Crown, the
piano of many tones; the standard and
noble Hobart-M. Cable; the Story & Clark,
the latest addition to our wonderful line
of highest grade pianos, and many others.
Our prices on them all will be found
moderate and payments so easy any one
can afford the one most to their liking.
Full guarantees always and money back
in every instance where there is not ab
solute satisfaction. Eilers Piano House,
331 Washington street, corner Park. Large
stores also San Francisco, Stockton and
Eureka. Cal.; Spokane and Seattle, Wash.
pected to sail this week, will not proceed
to the Far East at all.
Russia Again After Fleet.
LONDON, Nov. 3. The Chronicle has
a dispatch from Paris stating that the
Russian government has renewed Its ef
forts to buy Chilean and Argentine war
ships through William R. Flint & Co., of
Russian Warships Are Sighted.
LISBON, Nov. 2. A message from the
Oitavos signal station says that four Rus
sian battleships and a transport and four
British cruisers were sighted at 9 A. M.,
WILL CONTEST MUST PROCEED'
Superior Judge Denies Motion for De
lay in the Dolbeer Case. f
SAN FRANCISCO. Nov. 2. Superior
Judge Coffee today denied a motion for
a postponement of the, contest over the
million-dollar estate left by the lato
Bertha Dolbeer. Her will, dated April
23 last. Is opposed on the ground that
Miss Dolbeer was then of unsound mind
and was unduly Influenced by her com
panion. Etta M. Warren.
The Judge ordered that the trial of
the suit should proceed, and the exami
nation of talesmen was begun. It is ex
pected that the contest, which was be
gun by Adolph Schander, an undo of
the deceased, will occupy the time of
the court for several days.
Evidence Adduced in New York.
NEW YORK. Nov. 2. The taking of
testimony In the Dolbeer will contest
was resumed today, with Dr. Homer
Gibney again a witness under examina
tion. He was closely questioned regard-
Positively cored by these
They also relieve Distress from Dyspepsia,
Indigestion and Too Hearty Eating. A per
fect remedy for Dizziness, Nausea, Drowsi
ness, Bad Taste in the Mouth, Coated Tongue
Pain in the Side, TORPID LIVER. They
Regulate the Bowels. Purely Vegetable.
SmaK Pill. Small Dos,,
Take nutmeg-; one is not as
good as another. Schilling's
Best, in nutmeg, is ground fioe
from difficult nuts to grind be
cause full of oil ; the oil is their
virtue. There are dry nuts;
there are wormy nuts. We are
do more careful in nutmegs
than all through.
Your grocer's; moneyback.
THE BARGAIN MAN
is on the Warpath!
Prices Unmercifully Cut on Every Hand Matchless Values Mark Progress of American Week
Smart Coats of
For Genteel Dress of
Practical American Women
Grand Salons Second Floor.
"The fashion Center of the Western
Dame Fashion has ordered her courtiers despotic monarch that she is to bring back
the queenly velvets from their exile, long endured, and they're restored again to royal
favor. Velvets come closest now to Fashion's heart velvets and rich laces their maids-in-Tvaitiner.
Ye matron young, middle-aged or aged do ye not remember the vow of former
years? 'Twas thus: "Some day I'll have a handsome velvet gown, with long, courtly train and rich trimmings of rare
lace." But when the age of picturing childhood merged into the sterner years, velvets seemed almost too picturesque
for practical American lives, so Mrs. Practical Style has put off getting the velvet gowns till velvets should be restored again
to Fashion's royal favor. And now velvets are in style, and Bofter, prettier velvets than were ever known before, for
the world weaves them better now than she ever knew before. Soft as gossamer rich as velvet, the acme of richness.
Miss Bernard, the buyer for the great salesrooms devoted to women's fashionable outer apparel, is home from' New
York and Chicago's great style-fete the ' 'Horse Show" (left the latter Saturday last) came yesterday bringing in the
sheaves of a later harvest.
STYLES That will be shown by other local stores as "new" a year hence, at
PRICES Other stores will ask for the older fashions two months hence.
NEW Walking or Street Suits, Calling and Evening Gowns, Opera or Theater, Costumes and Wraps, Coats in
the later models Raincoats, Tourists and form-fitting. Evening Waists, Skirts, dress and strolling lengths,
et al. Velvets crushed or plain.
Velvet Suits, $ 1 3.50 to $ 1 25
Velvet Coats, $15.50 to $65
Largest stock of the
newest Carpets shown
by any house on the
Coast. And American
Carpets are best. Out
side of the rare old
Orientals, the Ameri
can makes are sold alto
gether by this great
carpet house. Worces-'
ter, Mass.: Hi
Conn. ; Philadelphia,
and Yonkere, N. Y., are
noted carpet centers.
Our new carpet sales
rooms just opened on
"ourth floor are the largest and lightest in the city. Nt
an old carpet or old pattern in our stocks and with our
immense output that allows of our mak- J.
ing absolutely the lowest prices on Oarpeta Af TT
quoted- in Portland by any reliable house.
Vigorous Reductions Made on Worthy Goods of American
Manufacture for the American Sale in the
Knit Underwear and
27 For Women's Cotton Vests Worth 60c.
Women's white cotton, medium-weight Vests,
high neck, long sleeves, very slightly imper
fect, but not hurt in the least for wear;
regular 50c value; special American Sale
price, each 27$
1.69 for Women's Union Suits Worth $2.25.
Women's fine ribbed Union Suits, cashmere finish, Winter
weight, long sleeves, ankle length, in white and silver
gray; regular price is $2.25; American Sale price 1.69
35 Por Women's Underwear Worth 50c.
Women's Vests and Pants, cream-tinted, cotton fleece lined,
long-sleeve vests and ankle-length pants; big 50c value,
special American Sale price, each 35
55 Por Women's Tool Underwear Worth 75c.
Women's natural wool plated Vesta and Pants; good 75c
value; special American Sale price, each ...... 55
Women's 35c Hose for 25.
Women's black Cotton Hose, heavy weight, full
finished, spliced heels and double soles; fine 35c
value, special American Sale price, pair. .25
Children's black Cashmere Hose, seamless, double
Sires 5 to VA ; regular 25c, special American Sale
price, pair -. 16
Sizes 8 to 8; regular 30c, special American Sale price,
Sizes 9, and 10; regular -35c, special. 'American Sale
price, pair ; . . .7.' 21J
Children's fine ribbed white Cashmere Yests and Pants;
excellent value at regular prices
Sizes 18 20 22 24 26 28 30 32
Regular Prices . .50c 55c 60c C5o 70c 75c 80c 85c
American Sale 35c 40c 45c 50c 55c 60c 65c 70c
Sweeping Slaughter of
Millinery Stocks Continues
Every Hat in the House Mercilessly
Bedncedl None Reserved, None Laid
Aside I The Department to be Cleared
at Once of Every Vestige of Stock.
Reductions trend from one-fourth to
one-third and one-half. No need to
. tell you. of the great crowds that come
seeking these bargains to find. No need
to tell of the enthusiasm displayed over the values offered
and the superb, handsome, stylish hats being so ruthlessly
sacrificed. The fame of the sale has gone into every home
within shopping distance. Crowds come because they've
heard tho news of the "bargains "Olds, Wortman &King
Holding a Clearing Sale of Their Millinery Stocks." The
choicest, smartest hats ever brought together in Portland,
at your mercy at bargain prices. The sale lasts all week.
We offer our entire millinery stock of all the newest
creations none reserved every hat in the house goes at
a uniform reduction of one-fourth off all regular prices.
To make the pace hotter still we will reduce special
lots One-Third and One-Half off former low prices. Scat
200 of the newest styles in Street and Ready-to-Wear Hats,
Sailors, Turbans and dress shapes in all new colors, none
less than $L50 in value, others $3.00 qualties; spec 98$
200 Ready-to-Wear and Tailored Street Hats, in a big
variety of shapes very stylish, feather pompon, breast,
wing, etc, trimmings; values to 54. uu,
special at $1.49
200 Trimmed and Tailored Hats, Turbans and
dress shapes, blacks, browns, navys, reds
and greens; values to $5.00, special $2.49
Special Bargains at $3.49 and $4.98
Look for the Red prices they mark a carnage
of price slashing.
Special Extra Feather Turbans, in black, white and gray;
great bargains at $5.00, special this week for. . . .$2.98
School Vote for Award of
Panama Canal Model
An eminently American educational feature. Have
you Master and Miss sent in your composition yet?
There's Xmas money in it.
The Vote at 6 P. M. Yesterday Stood:
High School 90,204
St. Mary's Academy 81,202
Harrison School 76,657
Portland Academy ,...64,361
Park School 57,787
Atkinson School 34,966
Williams-Avenue School" i ...... .'. 26,136
Failing School 22,974
Sunnjside School ,18,149
Holladay School 18,123
Total Yotes 585,000
Special Sale American
WOMEN'S $1.25 WOOL. UN
DERWEAR FOR SSc.
Women's medium weight
Jersey ribbed Underwear.
75 per cent wool, in white
and gray, vests hand-finished,
extra silk trimmed,
long sleeves: pants and
tights with French hand,
ankle length. This Is the
famous 'Merode" Under-
the best knit underwear
In America: regular SI. 25
values: special American njtr
Sale price, each x'
95c FOR WOMEN'S COTTON
UNION SUITS WORTH $1.25
Women's "Merode" medium
weight cotton Union Suits, In
white, long or; short sleeves, an
kle length, hand-finished, extra
silk trimmed, good value at $1.25;
special American SaleQr
price, suit y"'-
WOMBN'S 40c HOSE FOR 29c
Women's Cashmere Hose, Ameri
can made, seamless, fine ribbed.
Many stores sell hose that are
not as good for EOc; our regular
price for them 13 40c; special
American Sale price lanQc
only, pair -J-
C1ULDREN' S AMERICAN-
Children's Black Cashmere Hose, fine ribbed, seamless:
Sl2es 5 to VA, value 25c: American Sale price, pair.. 16c
Sizes 8 to 8& value 30c; American Sale price, pair. 19c
Sizes 9, 9& and 10, value 35c; American Sale price, pair 21c
MISSES' AMERICAN-MADE UNDERWEAR.
Misses' high-grade, natural wool Vests and Pants, a very fine,
soft garment, the very best of its kind for the money
Sizes. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7. 8, regular price 75c, 80c, 85c, 90c, 95c, $1.00 $1.05,
91.10; American sale price, 65c, boc, 6bc, toc, 75c, boc, soc, 90c
SSc FOR WOMEN'S WOOL. UNDERWEAR WORTH 51.50.
We are selling at extra special price some odds, and ends in Wom
en's Swiss and Richelieu ribbed Wool Vests, In pink and gray;
also Swiss ribbed white Wool Pants, all of them 91.50 val-AVr-ues;
special American Sale price, the garment JV.
Annual Thanksgiving Sale
An Event of "American Week."
It takes Germany, France, TVra.TrL Ttt.ttHxv
Belgium, England and Ire- ADjLLT I Pi EN.
land to supply Linens for -J-J Jk
the American people's w V&
Thanksgiving tables. The
Rlchardsons, of Belfast.
Ireland, supply the best
through this store.
DAMASK WORTH $1.50
Bleached Damask, 72 Inches
wide and extra good value
at $1.50 the yard; special
Thanksgiving and Ameri
can Sale price, I oT
at, the yard 1 w
NAPKINS to match, din--ner
size; special Thanks
giving and American Sale
BLEACHED DAMASjK WORTH $1.25 FOR $1.05.
Bleached Damask. 72 Inches wide, regular $1.25 value; I
special Thanksgiving and American sale price, yard...
NAPKINS to match, dinner size; special Thanksgiving nr
and American Sale price, the dozen ZpJtJ
LUNCH NAPKINS, regular $3.00 value; extra special juq jryr
for Thanksgiving and American Sale, the dozen
Table Cloths, sizes 2x2 yards, with dne dozen Dinner Napkins
to match: special Thanksgiving and American Sale 1? jrc
Table Cloth, size 2x2 yards, with one dozen Dinner Napkins to
match; special Thanksgiving and American Sale ft "7c
price, set. .. CU.y -J
Table Cloth, size 2x3 yards, with one dozen Dinner Napkins to
match; special Thanksgiving and American Sale -7 Xft
price, set iJ
Separate Cloth, size 3x2 yards: special Thanksgiving o -Jfi
and American Sale price, each
Separate Cloth, size 2x2 yards; special Thanksgiving 5tC
and American Bale price( each -&JJJ
Separate Cloth, size 2x3 yards; special Thanksgiving : (Z
and American Sale price, each .f vJ
Tray Cloths. Tea. Cloths, Lunch Cloths, Sideboard Scarfs, Dollies,
all at Special Thanksgiving and American Sale Prices.
12&C for Cotton Suitings Worth 15c Dark mixed Cotton Suitings;
regular 15c value, special American sale price, per 2jC
19c for l3&c Flannelettes A large assortment of American-made
Flannelettes; regular 12c value, special American sale (r
price, yard 1
Wool Walstlngs All the latest designs In fancy wool Suitings,
American made; special American Sale prices, yard, fac,Zf
75c and W. OUL
Half-Wool Fabrics Voile Crepe and Superfine
Voile, 3S Inches wide, have the touch, finish,
luster and draping qualities of costly fabrics
at popular prices. Also Danish and Poplar
Cloth, 36 Inches wide. We have a splendid
assortment of colors in both these Or
lines; special American Sale-price, yd..-6"-
An Exploitation Sale Ameri
can Textiles This Week
In Silk and Dress Goods Annex First
Values that challenge attention.
There's more than we can print here
come ana see.
COLORED DRESS STUFFS.
New American-made Suitings, 52 and 54
inches wide, fashion's newest designs
and colorings: our regular 53.00 val
ues, special for the week, S ffi
ner yard a
New American Suiting, in all the new weaves and col- 1 f)
ore; our regular $1.75 values; special for the week, yd.. -3s ' -
New American-made Novelty Mannish Suitings, in all new
weights, colors and designs; our regular $1.50 per is in
yard values; special for the week, the yard J 1
THREE GREAT SILK SPECIALS.
4000 yards of new American-made Suit Silks, in all the latest-style
and colors, splendid wearing quality for waists and suits: come
In checks, stripes and changeable effects; grand value atenp
,Qur tegular price of $1 per yard; special for the week; yd..'t'J-
New American-made 36-Inch all pure Silk Black Taffeta. Other
stores call this quality their $1.75 quality, but our reg- in
ular $L50 per yard grade; special for the week, a yard.. 1
24-lnch all pure Silk Crepe de Chene, In a full color
assortment, including white, cream and black; would
be very cheap at 85c per yard; special for theQ
week, "if they last," only, the yard viJ-
BLACK DRESS GOODS SPECIALS.
New American-made Black Dress Goods, all pure wool
and fast dye serges, cheviots. Panama, canvas, gran
ite and armur.es, alpaca, voiles, etamine, Venetians,
broadcloth, crepe de Paris and poplin de chene; our
regular $1.60 per yard values; special for the in
week, the yard 1
lng what took place on the night that
Miss Dolbeer fell, or Jumped, from the
window of her room In the Waldorf
Astoria. The only thing of Importance
developed was the admission by the
witness that he had "perhaps told re
porters that Miss Dolbeer might have
been taken by a sudden Impulse and
leaped from the window. He said he
had talked to half a dozen reporters,
and just what he told them he could not
In his direct examination, and daring
the examination on Tuesday .and again
today. Dr. Gibney insisted that he had
never used the term "suicide and de
nied Mies Warren had told either De
tective Sullivan or Coroner Sclor any
thing which could have given them the
Impression Miss Dolbeers mind was un
balanced or that she had taken her
The attorney for the proponents
caused an objection to be entered upon
the record to what he termed the trivial
nature of the examination and declared
the oaly possible object of the attorney
for the contestants in conducting- It was
to defeat the administration of justice
and by delay prevent the forwarilag of
the commissions to the S&q Francisco
courts; This was indignantly denied
by the Attorneys .for the opposition,
whs- agTeed te MMlude tiarrow, if
Dr. Gtbaey would answer bis question
WELL IE tULYim PAKAVA.
.Anniversary ef Independence Will Se
PANAMA, Nov. i Tomorrow being the
anniversary- of tho ladeposdoaco of the
Republic of Panama, the eoeastoa will be
celebrated- la various ways threegKewt
the country. The annrfenary wiU be ob
served by President Assador la the issu
ance of a prod&natiott reviewig eveats
in Panama, since It became -an todspen
dent government. Th wSiote country,
this proclamation will say ouJoys b
lute peace. Referring to the remtSena
with the United States, President Ama
dor will say:
"The high Ideals that I asa pleased to
recognUe in tho official act of the United
States Govenmeat, our beat and noblo
ally, iadsee ze to wait In confidence that
all peadim: aimctal&ee will be ended as
the houer aad true Interests of both na
DarH by Miner.
DSKY3K. Cl Xev, 2. News ha
reaehod, this city from Gdldfleld, Nsr..
that m A. Colbura. Jr.. has beta depertwd
teem that earns by artwers warned
never . nrtara. He was net beafaa or
abased In any manner Twood beiac
forced to walk out of town. Toung Col
burn is son of Judge E. A. Colburn, presi
dent of the Cripple Creek Mlneowners'
Association. Judge Colburn was about to
buy property In Goldficld, but he has now
called the deal off and wired his sob to
if Mexican Railway Daf.
NEW YORK, Nov. 2. The Rio Grade.
Sierra- Mad re & Pacific Railroad, the SI
Paso Southern Terminal & Bridge Com
pany and the Sierra Madre Cbaotruetion
Company have been sold by THgbman,
Rowland tr Co, to W. C. Greene, presf
dont of a copper company of Canaaaa.
Mexico. The rie was not made public.