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THIS MORNING OREGQNIA3T, TUJESDAY, KOVJBMBER - lsu.
We make all kmdc of Drapacy
work, Portiersa xad Winders"
Lipman, Wolfe & Company
Tlig. is tfee ofilj strt in tt
titjrwikk does artistic aad rptf
afele picture fraaus;.
Reabody Expects To Go
In as Governor.
DENVER HOME- IS RENTED
Count Is Still Incomplete-and
CHARGES.OE FRAUD MULTIPLY
Peab'ody, Believing Majority of the
Solon Will Be Rspu'bllcans,' Will
'AppolntTwo Supreme Jus
" tlces, Even If He Retires.
"DENVER, 'Colo., 'Nov. Governor
elect Alva Adams came to Denver from
Ills "home in Pueblo today, and will re
main until alter the- banquet to be given
In .bis honor tomorrow night. He does not
take the threat ol the Kepublicans to
prevent his accession to the Governor
ship seriously, and has rented a house
here tor the two years o his term. Hr.
Adams expressed the opinion today that
Governor Peabody, after an investigation
of the election returns, would reach the
conclusion that he was not the people's
choice for Governor and would gracefully
It. Is announced that Governor Peabody
will (appoint two additional Justices of the
Supreme Court, irrespective of whether
he holds office the next term. Under the
constitutional amendment adopted at the
recent election the Court of Appeals and
Supreme Court will be consolidated on
April 5 next and two of the seven judges
provided for are to be named by the Gov
ernor. The Legislature will meet one
week before the next term of Governor
"begins. During that time or prior the
State Canvassing Board will declare the
amendments adopted. Governor Peabody
will make the appointments and the Sen
ate, if Bepublican, will confirm them.
Should the Democrats control the Senate,
Governor Peabody's appointments will be
rejected and Governor Adams will appoint
the two Judges.
The canvass of the votes in Denver and
Pueblo counties has not yet been com
pleted, but from the unofficial: returns it
appears the Democrats will control the
Senate by a majority of two or three un
less the State Canvassing Board throws
out two or more of the Democrats. The
Republicans who are preparing charges
of fraud will try to seat the Republican
candidates. The Democrats are endeav
oring to checkmate their opponents by
preparations to prosecute Republican
workers for alleged violations of the elec
Woman Accused of Buying Votes.
Mrs; Rosa Snyder was arrested today
on warrants charging her with buying
votes at the late election. XJzzie Cum
pilngs mid "other women have made affi
davits that Mrs. Snyder gave them 55
each to vote the Republican ticket. Mrs.
'. Snyder is a complainant in one of tho
cases against Democrats arrested on war
rants Issued by "United States Commis
sioner Capron charging conspiracy to in
timidate voters, in violation of the fed
eral statute. These cases came up la
Commissioner Capron's court today, but
the hearings were postponed, although
George Allen Smith, attorney for the de
fendants, demanded an immediate trial,
declaring that "these suits were brought
simply for political purposes and not for
purposes of justice."
The hearing in the Las Animas County
election case was held in the County
Chambers today. The Democrats filed a
petition asking the issuance of a writ of
prohibition restraining Judge Northcutt,
of the District Court, from interfering
with the mandamus order of Judge
Means, of tho County Court, which or
dered the Board of Canvassers to throw
out the returns of tho Primeo district
The Democrats alleged the Republicans
moved the polling place inside the
grounds of the Victor Fuel Company,
where no outsider was allowed to go.
There were 473 votes cast in the polling
place inside the grounds, while only nine
were cast at the place designated by the
County Commissioners. Judge Means Is
sued a writ of mandamus compelling the
Board of Canvassers to ignore the returns
from that precinct. Tho Republicans
then applied to Judge Northcutt for a
writ of prohibition against the County
Court. Then the Democrats appealed to
the Supreme Court to help them out of
the difficulty. Senator John A. Rush ap
peared for the Democrats. Robert Teo
mans, of Trinidad, opposed the applica
tion, and said the suit in the County
Court was brought In collusion. He asked
the court to either restrain the County
Court from interfering with the canvass
of the returns, on the grounds that it
had no jurisdiction, or else assume juris
diction itself under Its original order is
sued before election. ' The court took the
matter under advisement.
All alleged election frauds in Huerfano
County are1 also to be taken up by the
Supreme Court on application of the Dem
ocrats, who this afternoon, through At
torney John G. Taylor, filed affidavits
charging violations of the court's elec
tion injunction and asking that the of
fenders be cited for contempt, as In the
Denver cases brought by the Republicans.
Tho court announced that a hearing
would be given after the Denver cases
had been passed on.
In the Supreme Court today, the hear
ing of evidence against five of the Demo
cratic election officials and leaders
charged with contempt for alleged viola
tion of the Supreme Court order appoint
ing special watchers at the recent elec
tion was begun.
Frank Kratke. chief license inspector:
Joseph Ray and Charles Kofsky, judges
of elections: Edward O'Mallla and Carl
Wilson, clerks of election, were before
Half a dozen witnesses were examined,
including the Supreme Court watchers.
All testified to Kratke and Michael Ma
honey, Alderman of "Ward -Five, destroy
ing the commissions of the special watch
ers and Illegally taking possession of the
election supplies and polling booth at
precinct s, ward 5.
Evidence of repeating was also given.
one of the Republican judges expressing
the opinion that at least 50 persons voted
who had no right to vote. It was stated
that at least one man was driven out of
the polling place by Kratko and Ma
honey because he insisted on a second
ballot when he discovered the one handed
jura was already marked.
To Investigate Hawaiian Election.
HONOLULU. Nov. 3S. Presiding Judge
Dole, of the United States District
Court, has summoned a special session of
the federal grand Jury for the purpose of
Investigating the charges made by Demo
cratic' leaders that in the last campaign
certain ejection officers intimidated the
BUY YOUR PIANO
AT THE BIG STORE
Some get the Idea that as our pianos are mostly
of the HIGH-GRADE MAKES, that we cater mostly
to the first-class trade. This Is a very great mis
take, for while we carry the largest stock of tho
old reliable makes of any house In tho United
States, our prices and terms are such that those
of the most moderate circumstances may possess
' one and pay no more for it than others charge for
the cheap grades. Here you will find the
Kaabe. Everett. Hardmaa Smith & U arses.
Steele Packard, liudvrls. Klus'bary.
Fischer. Vone. Cable. Hamilton.
i And many other makes, and prices range all the
way from 5238. up on easy monthly payments of 56,
58, 510 and 515 per month. Why take chances on
some unknown make when you can buy such
pianos as the above at the prices and terms we are
making? We are recognized as the big reliable
house, and this distinction has been won by lair
dealing. The best for your money and kind treat
ment has always been our motto.
ALLEN & GILBERT-
Cor. 6th and'
-voters, made Improper use of identifica
tion marks and otherwise destroyed the
secrecy of the ballot.
Taggart Favors Bryan's Scheme.
NEW YORK, Nov. 28. The Sun's In
dianapolis correspondent says. National
Chairman Taggart has become convinced
that the recent campaign was conducted
along mistaken lines, and has given his
adherence to arguments of Western mem
bers of the National" committee. He will
now take an active part In Bryan'3 re
Democrat Wins in Rhode Island.
PROVIDENCE, R. L, Nov. 2S. Con
gressman Daniel L. D. Granger, the
Democratic candidate in the First Con
gressional District, after a fortnight's re
counting of the ballots by the State Re
turning Board, was today declared re
elected to his seat in Congress by 133
Grand Jury Begins Investigation.
PUEBLO, Colo., Nov. 23. For the
especial purpose of investigating alleged
frauds In the election In Pueblo County
a grand jury began its labors today. The
Instructions delivered by Judge N. Walter
Dixon are the most forcible ever given a
Georgia Vote Is Canvassed.
ATLANTA, Ga., Nov. 2S. The canvass
of Georgia's vote for President shows:
Parker S3.S72, Roosevelt 24,003, Watson
22,633. Swallow 6S6, Debs 197 total, 130.992.
The Presidential voto in 1900 was 122,715.
Official Vote In Virginia.
RICHMOND, "Va.. Nov. 25. The vote
cast In Virginia for President was can
vassed today. Parker received 80,65i,
Roosevelt 48,151, Swallow 13S5.
KTJEOPATEEH' HAS AUTO.
He Wishes to Secure Twenty More
to Carry Ammunition.
CHEFOO, Nov. iS. General Kuropatktn
Is the possessor of a new 20 horse-power
automobile, with which he is able to rush
at high speed from one part to another
of the line, 25 miles long, according to M.
Ravolr, who reached here today from
M. Ravolr spent three weeks with Kuro
patkin, who wished to secure 20 automo
biles specially constructed to carry am-
munltlon speedily in emergencies. He will
use them only In Winter, when the Man
churian roads are in excellent condition.
On his first trip in the new automobile
Kuropatkln's only comment was: "I have
the advantage of General Shaf ter."
The Chinese now regard Kuropatkln and
his machine with superstitious awe, be
lieving the latter to be an atrociously
powerful specimen of the "Foreign
M. Ravolr said: "The two armies lie
facing each other, each having three forti
fied lines. The soldiers of both armies
live mostly In caves behind their trenches,
which, when covered with snow, have the
appearance of a great host of polar hears
waiting to spring at each other. The
caves are warm even without fire. The
Russian troops are in the best of spirts,
and have unlimited confidence in their
leaders. They expect Kuropatkln to at
tack during the Winter. Tho Russlaln
forces now number 300,000 men. The cav
alrymen from the Don district are supe
rior to their Siberian comrades. The for
mer are intelligent, brave and active, and
have fine, powerful horses.
"There are only a few hundred wounded
at Mukden and 30,000 wounded at Harbin.
"I came out on the Siberian Railroad,
which seemed to be doing its tremendous
work smoothly. The warehouses along the
railroad between Mukden and Harbin are
full of supplies, which are almost un
touched, as up to the present the army
has subsisted chiefly on the country.
"The handling of the Russian artillery
Is improving, while the Japanese artillery
fire seems less effective. Originally the
Russians did not conceal their artillery,
which the Japanese quickly disabled. Now
the Russians handle and conceal their
guns with perfect science.
"The belief is general at Mukden that
Port Arthur will hold out until relieved,
no matter how long the much-expected
Russian second Pacific squadron may take
in reaching the Far East
"General Kuropatkln is not talkative.
His only reference to the war was 'The
war Is, progressing as I wish. He still
lives in his railroad car, and the light in
his office is burning nght and day. It Is
commonly stated that the General never
sleeps. His officers are not surprised at
being called to a conference at any hour
of the night. The General's only relaxa
tion is at dinner time, when the officers
who are his guests number scores. Wine
is plentiful, but Kuropatkln drinks min
eral water. Every Russian officer seems
to have an unlimited supply of money,
tho government being lavish in Its ex
penditures. "It is my opinion that Kuropatkln will
never retreat from Mukden unless defeat
ed decisively, and I think the next battle
will be a Russian victory."
REVOLUTION IS DELAYED.
Macedonian Leader Says General Ris
ing Will Occur In the Spring.
LONDON. Nov. 2S. A letter from Boris
Sarafoff, tho Macedonian leader, to a
friend In London, says it Is the intention
of the revolutionary committee to defer
the next general rising until the Spring of
1905, after tho expiration of the two
year term of tho Austro-Russian reforms.
Sarafoff adds that tho reforms are utter
failures and that tho condition of tho
peasants Is worse than before the late
revolution. Their homes have not been
rebuilt, and the people are on the verge
of starvation, some of them freezing to
The insurgents, under Damlen Grueff,
are maintaining the revolutionary organi
zation, with 70 bands of ten to 0 each,
and aro collecting funds in Macedonia
for the next rising, Sarafoff Is in Bul
garia for the same purpose. .
In Macedonian, "circles la London the
mobilization of the Albanian regiments
and Turkish reserves, and the appoint
ment of Nazlr Pasha as special envoy,
with Instructions to take all the meas
ures necessary to suppress the Bulgarian
movement by the Quickest methods, cre
ate uneasiness, as Nazlr Is regarded as
being the most relentless Turkish com
mander in suppressing Christian risings.
Assist Jews to Reach America.
COPENHAGEN, Nov. 2S. Herr Glude
stadt. a well-known banker, and other
prominent Jews have formed an organi
zation to assist the Russian Jews in emi
grating to America through Danish ports.
Funds are being collected to facilitate
their passage and give the emigrants a
start In life on their arrival at their
destination. It Is estimated that fully
10,000 of these emigrants left Denmark
during the present year. The traffic is
becoming so large at Scandinavian ports
that the Hamburg-American Steamship
Company Is arranging a new service to
Copenhagen, Goenberg.Christlania and the
western coaiit of Norway, supplementary
to its regular service to America.
Agreement Pleases the Press.
ST. PETERSBURG, Nov. 9 (7:05 A. M.)
The press is only this morning at lib
erty to comment on the Anglo-Russian
Convention, which is officially published
in the Messenger. The document is well
received, and the papers find In it noth
ing from which to take exceptions. It
is declared to give promise of a full and
complete inquiry, which is what Russia
most desires and from which there Is
nothing to fear.
Committee Rejects Combes' Bill.
PARIS. Nov. -28. During the absence of
several of the ministerial members, the
committee which has been considering tho
separation of church and state today vot
ed the rejection of the government's bill
presented by Premier Combca In the name
of President Loubet. Tho action of the
committee caused excitement.
It Is ex
peeled that "a reconsideration
will be secured hereafter.
Powers Urge America End War.
NEW YORK, Nov. 28. The Herald's
Washington correspondent says: The pow
ers are again urging America to end the
conflict in the Far East. Diplomatists at
tach great slgnlficence to Prince Fu
shlml's visits to Secretary Hay, and the
Interest of the United States in the return
of Manchuria to China is emphasized.
More Privileges for Jews.
ST. PETERSBURG. Nov. 28. The an
nouncement was made today that the
zone In which Jews can buy real es
tate will be extended. Eighty political
exiles at Archangel have already been
brought back by Interior Minister Svia-topolk-Mlrsky.
About 580 still remain
Mayors Will Be Called to Meet.
MOSCOW, Nov. 28. Prince Galltzen.
tho Mayor of Moscow, proposes to call
a meeting of all the Mayors of Russia
to discuss questions relating to mu
nicipal government. The movement
was started as a result of the recent
Zemstvo meeting at St. Petersburg.
Monetary Reform Bill Approved.
MEXICO CITY. Nov. 28. The mone
tary reform bill recently submitted
by President Diaz, passed the Chamber
of Deputies today, and will be approved
by the Senate In a few days, and thus
become a law of the republic.
Commercial Treaties Held Up.
BERLIN, Nov. 28. Chancellor von Bu
low's system of reciprocal commercial
treaties will not be ready to Jay before
the Reichstag when It opens Tuesday be
cause an agreement has not yet been
reached with Austria-Hungary.
Rejane-Porel Divorce Case Up.
PARIS. Nov. 2S. The third tribunal
of the Seine today heard the pleadings
la the Rejane-Porel divorce case. The
hearing- was not public and tho court's
decision went over for a week.
Bribers Held to
NEW YORK, Nov.
2S. Leo Cohen.
juror in the O'Donnell will case, accused
or agreeing to accept a bribe of 51000, and
Herbert I. Kamber, a law clerk, accused
of undertaking to bribe him, wero each
held in 57500 bonds for the grand Jury
when arraigned. In the Supreme Court.
where heirs of Hugh and Neal O'Donnell
were contesting the will of the two men
giving about 51,000,000 to charitable and
For One Hollar
Economy in medicine must be
measured by two things cost and
effect. It cannot be measured by
either alone. It is greatest in. that
medicine that does the most for
the money that radically and per
manently cures at the least ex
pense. That medicine is
It purifies and enriches the blopd,
cures pimples, eczema and all
eruptions, tired, languid feelings,
loss of appetite and general debility.
"I have taken Hood's SsrsaparOla and
found it reliable and giving perfect satisfaction-
It tales away that tired feelinjr. elves
energy and puti the blood In rood condition."
Miss Ernx Coloxsx. 1535 lh Street. N. W
Hold's Sars!Mftrf!! premtoec tm
See Window Display
of them in
A Thousand Useful Leather
Articles on Sale at 50c
Leather novelties A maker blundered and lost. This tells the
"why" of wonderful values. What about the goods? Made for
this season, so they are new. Made by a leading New York manu
facturer so they are good. Critically examined by us so they are
pretty. The maker's blunder was a financial onedidn't affect the
goods. Savings in price average at least one-third. The showing
Picture Frames, Blotter Pads, Perpetual Calendars with Ther
mometers, Men's Coin Purses, Sewing Sets, Card Cases, 'Kerchief
Boxes, Glove" Boxes, Collar and Cuff Boxes, Memorandum Book
Sets, Address Books, Note Books, Pocket Companions, Stamp
Cases, Coin Purses, Mail Bags, Music Rolls, Cigar Cases, Hand
I Bag, Phone Registers. Display
Great Blanket Special $5.00
We had to contract for a thousand pairs in order to get them so
we could sell them at $5. They are made of pure Oregon wools
are full double-bed size are thick and fluffy have blue and pink
borders All-in-all the best Blanket value ever offered in Blankets.
Our stock of Women's Wa$nx
Gloves Golf, Cashmere and Silk
is absolutely complete with ex
haustive showings of the products
of the world's best makers.
At 1 AA dowries' gen
JtTLl iplmKnJ uine English
2-clasp fancy silk lined cash
mere Gloves, black, gray and
A OR- Women's wool
Jrkl OOt Golf Gloves in
plain white, black, navy blue,
red and fancy two-toned effects.
religious InsUtutlons, the jury of which.
Cohen had been a member, was dis
charged. It la alleged that Kamber made
tho offer to counsel for the heirs to "fix"
PERFORMER IS KILLED.
Rope Breaks During a Trapes Exhi
bition at St. Louis Fair.
ST. LOUIS. Nov. 28. During the per
formance tonight at "Paris on the
Pike," at tho World's Fair, one of the
ropes broke during1 a trapese exhibi
tion, and A. Dlbson. the performer, -was
thrown to the stage and Instantly
Paraguay Apologizes to Argentine.
NEW YORK, Nov. 28. Full satisfaction
has been' given the Argentine Minister for
the recent firing upon the Argentine crui
ser Plata, says a Herald dispatch from
Asuncion. Paraguay. In connection with
the affair, the President of Paraguay per
sonally called upon tho Argentine Minis,
ter. It is said the fort fired on the cruiser
under the belief that she was a revolu
Will Ask Philippine Tariff Be Cut.
NEW YORK, Nov. 28. The Washlngtor
correspondent of the Press says; When
th President returns, the proofsheets of
Positively cured by tbese
Tkey also rc&ve Distress from Dyspcpsit,
Indigestion and Too Hearty Eating. A per
fect remedy for Dizziness, Nausea, Drowsi.
bos, Bad Taste mtbe Mouth, Coated Tosgot
Pzia in tie Side, TORPID IIVER. Tfcej
Regaktetfee Bawds. Tardy Vegetable.
We Place on Sale Tomorrow-Wednesday
zdu wniie isrocaaea
Worth $4.50 at . . ...
Come here tomorrow expecting to find the best Waist bargain ever offered by Port
land's best Waist Store Key your expectations of worth and value as high as you
dare they will be more than fulfilled. These Waists are made of the highest
quality of heavy white mercerized Madras in a variety of choice brocaded designs.
The fronts are in plaited effect, have French back, full pouch sleeves and fancy
stock collars. One particular point to be remembered is the absolute perfect fit.
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we susic uiiiL incur vaiue is p't.ju we couia say jpo, ana even
a bit more and then not be jeapordizingfhe truth any. These won
derful Waists are on sale tomorrow
of them at 50
Women's Pajamas: Special
We offer for today women's and Children's Pajamas at very
low prices. Those for women are made of extra quality striped
flannelette in military style some with dainty galloon trimming
Those for children are made of fancy striped flannelette in turn
down collar style and are trimmed with silk frogs Women's
sizes 36, 38 and 40 Children's sizes are 8 to 14.
Women's $1.75 Pajamas at 1.29
Women's $2.75 Pajamas at $1.98
Women's $3.25 Pajamas at 2.50 ,
Children's $1.25 Pajamas at , . . . . r . .95
Two Suit Store Specials
Yesterday was one of the busiest days we've ever had in theTSuit Store so far
this season the response to our announcements of Sunday and Monday were cer
tainly enthusiastic enough to suit the most exacting. We have in readiness for today
two more special lots exactly like those we had on sale yesterday.
$20 to $30 Tailor-Made Suits $12.75
Tailor-made Suits everyone in one of this season's most approved styles made of
cheviots, broadcloths and fancy mixed men's wear materials Colors are brown,
navy, blue and black In vestee, coat and blouse styles, some are plain tailor-
made, others are fancy effects rNone in the lot less than a
J20 value, from that up to $30 Choice of the line today
$17.50 to $20 Kersey Coats $9.98
Kersey Coats in tan and castor
styles 36 to 40-inch lengths Some have capes, fancy trim
ming All are satin lined throughout Actually worth
17.50 to 2a.00. Choice of them today for
his annual message will be ready for his
Inspection. The message will ask for a
big cut in the tariff in favor of the Phil
ippines. Tho trusts will be touched on,
but a special document later in the session
will deal with them.
Write for our free book. "The .Eye aad It
Care.". It tell all about the onlr e&sms
that don't tuck tho aese. doa't pull the
cars, don't make roar bead ache aad deat
fall off. It also tells how xou can really
help your sixht.. It la TREE.
OREGON OPTICAL CO.
173 roarth SL, I. H. C. A. Bid.
149 THIRD STREET
Have Your Little Folks
The center of our store where the women's Neckwear used to
hold forth has been transformed into a spot of unalloyed delight for
the little girls We've christened this enchanted place "Dollyl-and."
"Dollyland" is very attractive this year Much more so than
ever before Great big glass cases filled to overflowing with thou
sands of dolls ranging in size from a couple- of inches up to Dolls
that are as big as the owners like.
If we were to particularize all the special values we'd have to
enumerate the entire stock We will mention just three;to give yoi
an inkling of how little it will cost to buy pleasure for the "little
Af 2 rhirteen-inch kid body Dolls Moving eyes, full
A 2 e Fifteen-inch kid
At RQf Twenty-incn kid body Dolls Have shoes and stock
ings Jointed Go to sleep.
Made in fancy stitched
Sesd fer Catalosae. -v.uvjniy
HJ T rDtiQ
EXCLUSIVE MANUFACTURING FURRIERS
J. P. PLAGEMANN, ManAfer
soiute periect nt.
body Dolls Moving eyes, fine kid
To meet the extraordinary de
mand which has swept the
country like wildfire, we are of
fering a popular-priced edition
The price is a nominal one:
126 Second Zt. Bet. Alder and Washington
London dye, our Specialty
Black Lynx Stoles, Sable Stoles,
White Fox Stoles, Ermine Ricas,
Chinchilla Neckwear, Mink Stoles
In Sable Fox, Black Marten,
Sable Opossum, River Mink,
Etc. Large Pillow Muffs
ALASKA SEALSKIN COATS
OTTER AND BEAVER COATS
BROADTAIL PERSIAN COATS
ASTRACHAN AND NEAR SEAL COATS
FUR ROBES AND RUGS
I pariinn and Pplhhip FiirriPrc
uiiu nvuuuiu l ul I iLl J
A handsome Fur Scarf insures cosafort
and lends a dressy appearance to the
wearer. We will take pleasure In show
ing you the finest line that is3 ever been
exhibited In this city; made of Mink
Sable Opossum. Sable Fox, jand other rich
furs. The goods and prices will be fc-vaa
Xr T 286 Morrk St.
CX VVJ. PORTLAND