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About Morning Oregonian. (Portland, Or.) 1861-1937 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 27, 1905)
THE SCORNING OBEGOmXN, FRIDAY, JANUABX 27, 1995.
Auspices Y. W. C A.-
, 'Grandma" Munra, hostess.
PIIRI If MEXU-
"J Today, January 2T. 1&05.
TTF ' A ' Tea Coffee Chocolate
- 1 hmr Milk in Bottles
ri C Clam Chowder
Ml II I f N Potato Salad
B " Ham Sandwiches
Sc-cond Floor. Hot RolJ?
Bread and Butter
S6$ &Wa$MntM Sts.
Tie different Store
At Portland's Largest, foremost Store Eight More Days of the 271h GRAND ANNUAL CLEARANCE SALES. Absolutely Evsry Article in the House Unsparingly Reduced.
(Goods upon which manufacturers control prices alone excepted.)
Ml' I . . I l,L.UJJ.iliilff!WgUUa ",' 1
Portland's Great Quality Depot and Money-Saving Headquarters
9 1 st Ninety-First Friday "Economy Sale" Today 9 i st
Your visit bere today -will be made most interesting and profitable. For over 2
ire do in-enormous quantities enables us to sell again to our public at prices that minor
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miSSlon at all limes IS, lO lurnisn me DKit at prices me ue&i, puaaiuiu cuiisimuui xia i
sound 6trone don't Hunk them careless. Don't think them used to describe any merely
our PHICES compared -with the values put upon equal qualities clsewher. Come for what you need today, or others trill get your share
7 years this store has led in real value-giving it leads today. It has lessened the cost of living. It offers greatest assortments at lowest possible prices. Purchasing as
competition cannot afford to meet And yet our first consideration is for style and quahtj-. Nothing is counterfeit here nothing masquerades as something else, uur
utM biuruKueping. .v.iu.ir.tt-iv.cj iiu& aiure s men:aanaue wiia any biure s oesi, or any oest store's au. We will gladly SI ana or xaii oy tnat comparison, wtw- w.
' "pretty good bunch of goods." Measure everything in our stocks advertised or unadvertised bv the dictates of fairness and common sense, judge the " bargains" by
Dismantling Going on in
the Big Apparel Salons
of AU the Year
for Balance of the Week
Fashion land is traversed for our
ready-to-don garments for dressy worn-!
en. Style inklings unobtainable else
where are always found In the gowns
and wraps at this house result of expert
selection. The" famous salons of dress
are always a style-setting center none
the less today. In the midst of disman
tling: for improvements than ever. Prices
ana values have agreed to disagree for
fhe nonce, and you benefit by their quar
rel. EXTRA SPECIAL FOR TODAY
Women's $25 :
A special line of Very handsome tailored Street Suits, Just right
for now and admirably suited for Spring wear. All have the rep
resentative charm that the selections of this ureat "Style Store"
aiways bear. Materials arc botli seasonable and ultra-fashionable;
embracing nandsome serges. chCviots and smart mannish
mixture, in plain black, blue and the twcedlsh effects. Splen
didly tailored and altogether the greatest value of the year. Spe
cial ior loaay oniy me Dest regular vaiuc in
the city for 0.J
SPECIAL POR TODAY
Values $5 to $10
The beautiful silk evening waists
are fragile and easily hurt in store
renovations and movlngs about. We
prefer to close out present stocks
at once and take the loss as a boy
takes a bitter pill all In one deep
swallow and a grimace rawer
than suffer loss and no one benefit.
So toJay we'll corral the pretty
creations, values $5 to 510. all in
one lot at one price. Materials are
crape dc chines, taffetas and pcau,
de soles, in a full line of handsome
colorings, including blues, pinks,
reds, grays, lavenders, hcllos, etc.
also black; white and navy. All at
a choice for one, day only jQ
Women's $1.00 Kimonos 59c
Handsome Flannelette Kimonos. In Persian designs and nrettv
colorings, also figured on black grounds regular 75c and SLOO
values, special for today only at 50c
A Special "Mclbx Sale" of Magnificent Opera Wraps and Goirns,
Also a Farewell to the Velvet Coats and Snlts
Velvet Suits and Coats One-
Half Price for 3 Days
Opera Wraps and Evening Costumes at
Half Price or Less to Close
No extended announcement is necessary. The bare announce
ment will flood the great stylj. salons with eager buyers and the
sale is particularly timely from the fact that It comes ushering
In the appearance of the great Mclba at the .'.rmory on Monday
night. The magnillccnt models and wraps occupy drawers In
fixtures that are to be discarded for newer and more modern ones
the coming season. A bit of lace or embroidery torn or any slight
damage-caused by moving would ruin their sale with us, so we'll
take no chances. We'll sell these precious Jewels from their
present caskets and amoru our clientele opportunity to provide
themselves with a magnificent gown or wrap at a nrlce far less
than cost in every instance, Choose from, any Opera or Evening
Gown or "Wrap In the Hounf Kcgular ValiiCM From $40 to 3230
at OXE-HAI.F PRICE AXD MAW FOR LESS!
Velvet Coats and Suits One-
Today and Tomorrow
Th storv Is similar. Fixtures being discarded for new. renova
lions start next week, no room for the Suits, and Fashion
whisoers velvets are to be the rage next Winter, with little
change of style from present modes. All the more rcasonvfor
eager buying or tnese regai garmenis ior me next two oajcp
only values reaching from 5S5 to 5125 at.. ONE-HALF PRICE
A Wondrous Silk Bargain
The 'Silk Store' Annex, Fifth Street.
srci.rjOH HAS IT BE EX EQUALED even by this store
nf Kiilc surorlses. Think of handsome satin-finished pcau de
cygnes for 29c the yard, and the India Silks so much wanted for
dainty waists then come expecting a" remarkable value. Our
word you'll not m disappointed.
Colored Satin-Finished Pcau de Cygne and India Silks good color
assortment to choose from Special for today ana tomorrow
only, per yard 23c
In Millinery Halls Today
Almost as busv In January as in November In thess
bright, sunny Daylight Salons of Millinery. So differ
ent from other millinery shops at this season, that
more resemble deserted camps where only a whiff of
sickly smoke from the embers of a dying firo remind
that life ever existed. Here all Is life and bustle. New
hats are coming In from our New-York workrooms,
where Manager Bamberger has 25 experltfrcd, artists
at work under Ilia personal supervision, fasnieivittlf
charming creations, for the on-rushing season. Wo
continue special bargains for today as follows: A
new lot of-smartly tailored
Black Silk Turbons
$4.00 Values for $2.79
These Turbans are entirely new. extremely stylish and suited for
wear au bprmg: trimmed with prince Albert tips, very smart
in. appearance and grand values at the usual 5 price. Special
today at f2.T9
CmLDREJi'S 50c AND 75c FELT HATS 10c
Trimmed or untrlmmed. In grays, blues, reds or browns, 50c and
oc vaiues. bpeciai ior today oniy at ...10c
WOMEN'S II1.0S FELT SHAPES 15c.
A large and attractive variety of assorted shapes In the choosing.
WOMEN'S READY-TO-WEAIt ZJ50 HATS FOR 20c
In scratch felts, trimmed with wings, fancy buckles or velvets, a
generous assortment ot the wanted colors, values to 52.50. Spe
cial today for 20c
$L25 OSTRICH TIPS40c.
- Blacks only.'
In the Annex TJndermnslln Saloas and Wardrobe Shay 3d Fleer.
Special for Today
Women's $1.00 and $1.25 Drawers, 69c
This sale a continued one. Women's Drawers of muslin, cambric
and nainsook materials, attractively trimmed with pretty laces
and embroideries. Regular 51.00 and 51.25 values, today and
tomorrow only at, pair 9c
WOMEN'S $4.75 PETTICOATS 2J9.
Of fine white" cambric or nainsook, handsomely trimmed with ex
quisite emuroiaery or laces. An especially dainty and attrac
tive undermuslin the best 54.75 value In the city; most sto'reB
ask 55 for as good. Special today only
WOMEN'S ?S.75 BLACK SATINE PETTICOATS JtS.42.
Handsomely finished black silk finish satlne Petticoats kn the fa-
rnmic P.lltA' mnlra with orMuata V1n -..-n I.DinnJ 1 nT,-? A r V.t
usual draw strings; with 20-lnch flounce of knife plaiting and
dust ruffle or with butterfly ruffle. Regular 53.75 value; spe
cial at $2.42
Very Unusual Knitwear
and Hosiery Values
Working almost a season ahead of JMr llM!
your needs, a store must be winding
up its business In any line of goods
weeks and even months before wear
ing time la over. These are the wind'
up days, cleaning out the odd lots
for next week's stocktakings.
Henere'n host of such valtiM an tr
mention here. V '
Women's mArtlnm-wnJcrlit onlfAn J
Lnion Suits, high neck, long
sleeves and short Bleeves. ankle
length, 51.25 values, for. suit.. 85c
Women's linen mesh Vests and
Pants, long sleeve Vests, ankle
length Pants, 52.50 value for. each
Same In Union Suits, 55 value.. X30
Women's high-grade fancy Imported Hose, black and white, brown
and White. blUO and White, red and whltn mixtures, nil nnlnndld
51.00 values. Special, pair ic
Women's medium-weight black cotton Hose, with white double
sole. 35c value, pair .aec
Children's black fine ribbed, medltim-trelcht rnttnn Wrvi linen
spliced knee, double sole, values to 35c pair, all sizes. Spe
cial, pair . i8c
Appreciable Savings in Suitr
ings and Gown Fabrics
Are noted In the Dress Goods Sto
Annex, First Floor.
Extra Special for Today
Regular 50c heather mixtures, in plain and neat rhedked effects.
aiBo a. large ussuriiiieni ui guou wearing cameisnair, all staple
colors, in the lot Special for today and tomorrow, per yard.scc
A small lot of Colored Dress Goods WON'T LAST LONG Regu
lar 52.50. 52.25, 52.00. 51.53 and 51.25 values. Including nubb
twine voiles, lace voiles, fancy mohairs. French zibellnc and
mixed tailor suitings Special for today and tomorrow only,
per yard ..59c
51.00 and 75c regular mixed tailor suitings, today and tomorrow
only, per yard 38c
Splendid Economy Specials
From the Women's Furnishing Shops
AT THE GLOVE COUNTER.
Kid Gloves wortrf 51.25 for 95c. Ladles' Mocha shopping or walk
ing Gloves. English style, with one large clasp and pique stitch
ing; colors, black, brown or gray; our best 51.25 value. Special
Economy Sale price, the pair 85c
'Windsor Ties worth 65c for 37c Fancy Windsor Tics for ladles.
--made of-peau de sole silk, wltn embroidered ends, m choice line
of colors, very swell; our 65c value. Special Economy Sale
price, each 37c
Ties worth 50c for 29c. Ladles' four-in-hand and bow Ties, In silk
with fancy pipings: our 50c value. Special Economy Sale price.
each - 2Sc
10c for Laces worth 20c and 25c White Valenciennes wash Laces
in very pretty patterns, very popular for trimming all kinds of
cambric and nainsook garments, cither underwear or outside
garments, widths to 1 Inch. An unusual opportunity for buying
tnese aainty laces at a oig reauciion. ror piece ot l- yards,
usual 20c and 25c values. Special Economy Sale nrice. the niece
of 12 yards, only l&c
BARGAINS IN HANDKERCHIEFS.
Handkerchief Counter First Floor.
32Hc for Handkerchiefs worth 20c and 25c A special lot of fancy
Handkerchiefs, slightly mussed from being used in window dis
play. Among them are hemstitched Handkerchiefs with Inner
embroidery, scalloped edge, embroidered, and others with lace
trimmed edges; our 20c and 25c values. Special Economy Sale
price, each 12 Vic
Have You Been Waiting for One or More
of These at a Special Price?
- Housekeeper and Campers nre Interested Fourth Floor.
Plain gray Lnion Blankets, good, heavy weight, just the Blanket
uceuea ior campers, anu bummer outings later on.
Regular 52.00 values, special, pair XL38
Regular 52.50 values, special, pair $1.69
Regular 53.00 values, special, pair $1.95
$3.50 Lace Curtains, $2.15 Pair
ueautuui nite curtains, Brussels effect, regular value 53.50.
Special, pair $2,15
I5c Silkoline, 9c
120 nieces best aualitv Silkoline. floral deshrns. recrular value 15c
special, yam vc
Two Big Extra Economy Specials from the
Men's Toggery Shop
First Flcor Sixth-Street Annex.
MEN'S NIGHTSHIRTS WORTH 75c FOR 45c.
A line of men's muslin Nightshirts, with plain or trimmed fronts.
made by one of the leading manufacturers of the United States
to retail at 75c. Special Economy Sale price, each.... 45c
SUIT CASES WORTH $SJ)0 FOR $4JJ5-
A splendid line of leather Suit Cases, made with extra wide heavv
leather corners, extra large size nickel bumpers, four Inside
straps, shirt fold, nickel trimmed, the best Suit Case on the mar
ket for 58.00. Special Economy Sale price, each $4S
Damasks and Bedspreads
In Linen Aisles First Floor.
Tirn an nlvr Inrtlrp nf plttir and refinement in a household
a? are books and pictures. The O. W. Sc. K. Linen Store mar be
taken as the mirror of the whole "Big Shop." Big and nne ana
trustv. The verv nick of all the world's best linens Richardson s.
from Belfast, leading-. Sturdy and hard wearing. The bedspreads
are the flower of the stock. Both the values are as, dependable
as thought the price was twice as m.uch. Extra special for today:
Richardson's Irish linen satin Table Damasks, of extrafine qual
ity, two yards wide, in handsome designs and regular 51.10 val
ues. Special today at the yard $1.23
White, satin finish Marseilles BedsDreads. In a SDlendid quality and
beautitui raised patterns, best 53.00 values. i?or toay oniy ai.
each 4...... 53 J
ECONOMY PRICES ON
Handsome Bibles and Books
of Photographic Views
Second Floor Near Washington-Street Etevator.
BIBLES WORTH $1.25 FOR S7c
Small sizft Bibles, with leather divinity circuit binding, printed In
clear type, self -pronouncing, with IS illustrations of scenes In
me xioty uinu, u pages 01 neips 10 in oiuuj ul uie oimo aim
12 colored mapd Our 51.25 value. Special Economy Sale Price,
BIBLES WORTH $2.00 FOR $LTT.
These Bibles are the samtf as those described above, but with
leather binding Our 52.00 value, special Economy bale .price;
BIBLES WORTH $1.50 FOR 03c
Medium size Bibles printed in extra clear type, leather divinity
circuit binding, flat opening, self-pronouncins. with references,
notes, concordances, helps to the study of the Bible, subject in
dex, dictionary of scripture, proper names, illustrations of
scene's from the Holy Land and 12 colored mans Our 51-50
value, Special Economy Sale Price, each 03c
BIBLES WORTH $2.50 FOR $10
Same as above, but full leather lined, and Indexed Our 52.53 value.
Special Economy Sale Price, each $1.40
Books of Photographic Views
SOc FOR BOOKS WORTH 00c
These books contain from 160 to 200 views, are very Instructive
and interesting- They Include views of the Land of Christ as It is
today. His birthplace, labors and crucifixion.
HAWAII, THE PICTURESaUE A series of beautiful views from
the gem of the Pacific.
AMERICA PHOTOGRAPHED A series of selected views from the
United States, Mexico, Canada and Alaska.
The regular price of these books is 90c Economy Sale Price.
Come to the Big "Fair-Way"
For Footwear for the Family, from "Father" down to 'the
Baby" Tou will find only Good Shoes here at Economy- Prices,
which will make the overworked family pocketbook take heart
MEN'S $3-.o SHOES FOR $2.8S Men's Shoes, here In box calf,
velour calf, vicl kid and enamel calf; with double or single
soles, extra broad round toe and best Goodyear welt soles: all
sizes our 53.53 value, Special Economy Sale Price, pair. $2.83
INFANTS' SHOES WORTH 81.25 FOR SSy. Shoes for "baby," In
either button or lace styles, made of finest, softest kid, with
flexible soles our 51.25 value. Special Economy Sale Price,
the pair gSc
'WOMEN'S $850 SHOES FOR $2.00 Women's Street Shoes of pat
ent colt, with dull kid tops, flexible, heavy soles, neat round toes
and Military. Cuban or Opera heels our 53.53 value, Special
. Economy Sale Price, the pair t , $2.80
WOMEN'S SHOES WORTH $1.75 FOR $LOS Old Ladies' Common
Sense Comfort Shoes, either congress or lace styles, with good
square toes, flexible soles and low heels; a splendid shoe for
tender feet Our 51.75 value. Special Economy Sale Price, the
BOYS $1.75 SHOES FOR 9Sc Boys Winter Shoes, made of box
calf, with good, heavy soles and full round toes; will give good
service Our 51.75 value. Special Economy Price, the pair, 8Sc
(Sizes 11 to 2)
MISSES' tAND CHILDREN'S SHOES Here in box calf or vici kid.
with double soles and full round toes; good Winter Shoes
Our 51.50 value sizes 8i to 11 special at, the pair OSc
Our 52.00 value sizes 11 to 2 special at, the pair $L8S
BOYS MANNISH SHOES With soft, good wearing uppers, freak
or extra broad, comfortable lasts, oak soles, Blucher cut.
These shoes "take" with the little men
Sizes 11 to 13 Our 52.00 value, special at, the pair $L48
Sizes 13 to 2 Our 52.50 value, special at. the pair $L8S
Sizes 2Vt to &v Our 53.00 value, special at, the pair $L9S
FANCY SLIPPERS WORTH $1.90 FOR SOc Women's Imported
Turkish Slippers In red. black or brown Our 51.00 value, spe
cial Economy Price, the pair SOc
MEN'S RIDING LEGGINGS WORTH $5.00 FOR $3JS Men's Lg
Brings, made of Russia leather. In all the proper tan shades
very stylish and serviceable for riding Our 55.00 value, Special
Economy Price, the pair " $328
WOMEN'S RIDING BOOTS Women's Hand-Made Riding Boots
In black. Russia or patent calf: very handsome boots Our 512
and 515 values. Special Economy Sale Price, the pair $16.S6
Small Wares and Notions
Box cream color Writinir PaDer. Envelopes to match, plain or ruled.
regular value 15c Special, box Sc
Box fine quality, high-grade Writing Paper and Envelopes, assort
ed tints, regular value 35c. Special, box 20c
One-pound package ripple bond, blue tint Writing Paper. 120
sheets, regular value 30c. Special, lb 10c
Envelopes to match. 25 In packages. Special, package 5e
Dustlese Blackboard Erasers. Special, each 4c
Shawl or Book Straps, roll up style, regular value 10c Special,
'Extra-quality, heavy twine Shopping Bags, regular value 50c- Spe
cial, each - 32c
Toilet Soap, small size, guest cakes, assorted, regular value 2
cakes for 5c. Special, cake lc
Milled Tar Soap, regular value 5c. Special., cake 3c
Cleaning-and Scouring Soap. Special, cake 4c
Extra fine triple distilled, pure Bay Rum, pint bottles, regular
value- 51.00. Special, bottle 5c
Bottle refined sweet Violet Toilet Ammonia, large size, regular
value 15c. Special, bottle 9c
Hairbrushes, fine white stiff bristles, medium size, regular value
60c Special, each - 30c
Complexion Brushes, white, soft bristles, regular value 35c. Spe
cial, each 20c
Large 3ize. pinkd edge. Face Chamois, in Stay or natural, regu
lar value 10c Special, each - iSc
Large size, fine quality Whi3k Brooms, regular value 20c Special,
each . 12c
Needle Books, containing assorted articles in needles; pins, hooks,
eyes, etc, regular value 25c. Soecial, each....; 17c
Best English Pins. 3S in paper, regular value 10c Special, paper.de
Wide black Shoe Laces, for Oxfords, 30-Inch size, regular 20c Spe-.
cial, pair 12c
Shell horn Hair Pins, smooth finish assorted, 1 dozen In box. regu
lar 25c Special, box .". 15c
Safety-Pin Books, containing two dozen assorted size, black and
white pins, regular value 10c Special, each 6C
Real walrus leather Coin Purses, two compartments, regular value
65c Special, each 30c
Black patent leather Music Rolls, regular value 75c Special,
Black Morocco leather Letter Cases, or Wallets, for men, regular
value, oc apeciaj, eu.cn .45c
White Back Combs, rrold and Jeweltrlmming. fine quality, regulai
value 75c Special, each 33c
White Back Combs, gold and jewel trimming, fine quality, large
size, regular value 51.00 special, each coc
Fancy Shell and Amber Back Combs, with rhinestone settings.
regular vaiue oac special, eacn - c
Gold-plated Beauty Pins, in pairs, regular value 35c special, pair
Sterling silver Souvenir Spoons, of Lewis and Clark and local
views, regular value 35c special, each 2C
.. . 1 1 t 1 rr:
KOBE YELLOW SEVER OK BOARD
Japanese Servant Dead and Seven
Other Cases Develop.
WASHINGTON. Jan. 26. Two cable
grams were received . over night at the
State Department from Consul-Gener-al
Gudger. nt Panama, relative to the
outbreak of yellow fever on the Unit
ed States steamer Boston. In the first
dated yesterday morning. Mr. Gudger
says: "Boston arrived at Panama this
morning from coast ports. Japanese
mcssman died from yellow fever. Pay
master F. P. Sackett. Lieutenant W. D.
Leahy and Dr. D. C Kohlhase have
The second dispatch is dated Pan
ama, 6:40 yesterday, and is as follows:
"Two other, Japanese and Private Laf
ferty have yellow fever. Have been
removed to Ancon (where the hospital
is located). Not aafa to remove three
cases reported this morning. Perry
and Pierce (believed to "be surgeons)
aboard. This Infection is progressing.
Cases number seven."
Commander Nlles. commanding the
Boston, also, has reported to the Navy
Department that yellow fever has
broken out among the crew of his ves
sel. Prompt action was taken by the
Navy Department Orders were Is
sued directing that a doctor on the
Isthmus be sent aboard the vessel to ,
take the place of Dr. Kohlhase and As- 1
sistant Surgeon Frank E. McCullough
has been - ordered to join the Boston
as soon as she reaches xhe home coast
on her way to Puget Sound to assist
the ship's doctor.
The news of yellow fever on the Bos
ton came as a , great surprise to the
officials, and ir is believed by the Bu
reau of Medicine and Surgery that the
cases probably were brought aboard
by mosquitoes, as the greatest care Is
exercised in preparing the drinking
The Panama Canal Commission today
received a delayed cablegram from Gov
ernor Darts, ot the Canal Zone, saying
that, as an emergency measure, 'on ac
count of the yellow-fever situation, he
has taken full control of the sanitary
work in Panama and Colon. At the time
the dispatch was sent no yellow fever
cases in the hospital, but -Governor Davis
reports that one susoect was taken to
the hospital January 24. and seven cases
and one death on the United States ship
Boston had been reported. Dr. H. A. Car
ter Is Investigating the cases and con
ducting fumigating work there.
Ordered to Puget Sounds
WASHINGTON, Jan. 26. Because of
the repbrt of the existence of yellow
fever on "board the cruiser Boston, now
at Panama. Secretary Morton has
cabled Instructions to her commander
to take the vessel to Puget Sound or
elsewhere In the North, according to
BAHX STOPS PAYMENT.
HARD FIGHT WITH FIRE.
Rookeries on New York Water-Front
NEW YORK. Jan. 26. Fire which start
ed in wooden buildings in South street,
near the East River water front, this af
ternoon, gave the firemen a desperate two
hours' battle and threatened to destroy a
large amount of property. The flames
were finally subdued after four buildings
had been badly damaged, resulting in a
loss of 51M.O00.
From the Borne-Scrymzer Company's
building, where the fire started, the flames
spread to a big building occupied by the
Newhall Ship Chandlery Company, thence
to the Mallory Steamship Line's store
house and thence to a -staler-front hotcL
Several other building caught Are, but
the flames were extinguished with very
The action of Carter's. Little Liver Pills
Is pleasant, mild and natural. TJiey gently
stimulate the liver and regulate the bow
els but do not purxe
Chicago Institution a Year Old in Re
CHICAGO. Jan. 2S. The Pan-American
Banking Company, an Institution little
known In the financial world, closed It
doors to customers today, but announced
that payments might be resumed tomor
row. The bank is said to have done a
considerable business In smalt amounts.
Declaring that the bank had a debt of
510.000 with no assets, a shareholder filed
a petition in the Circuit Court early "In
the day for the appointment of a receiver.
According to the petition, the bank was
organized In January, J902. under the laws
of West Virginia, and the capital stock
was fixed at 5500,000. Edward C Day was
appointed receiver, his bonds being fixed
During the court proceedings, stockhold
ers brought attachment proceedings levied
on everything In sight. Whether the lose
to patrons of the bank will be. large has
not been determined. The atachment
suits amount to over 55000.
W. M; Hunt, president of the bank,
whose name, with that of Secretary TV
R Travers. appears on the bank statlon-
ry opposite the address of Wall street.
Tew Tojfc. !s said to be a passenger on
the Twentieth Century Limited, which
has been1 delayed by the blizzard near
"Tattoo Cockney" Is Safe.
SEATTLE. Jan. 26. James Casey.
"Tattoo Cockney." whose real name Is
Dave Jones, and Charles Jones, supposed
to have been drowned In the wreck of the
little sloop found drifting on the Sound
yesterday morning, Teached this city this
afternoon. The men stated that the sud
den gale which swept over Puget Sound
early Wednesday morning rendered their
craft unmanageable and forced it ashore
at Wing Point, a rocky point of land oft
The men deserted -the sloop and fought
their way through Immense breakers to
the shore. making their way through
the woods to Port Blakeley. from whence
they came to this city.
Insane Over a Quarrel.
NORTH YAKIMA. Wash., Jan. 23. H.
H. Little, a rancher near Sunnyslde. was
arrested today on the charge of assault
ing Fred Langerheder. a farmhand, on
December 24. by hitting him over the
head 'with a pitchfork. Little afterward
became Insane, and was sent to Medical
Lake, but was released a few days ago.
Langerheder also became insane this.
week and was brought bere to be com
mitted to Medical Lake. Both men lost
their minds over the quarrel that ended
In the assault by Little
Diamond Robbers Have. Confessed.
PASADENA. Cal., Jan. 26. John Mor
gan and Carl Wilson, two of the young
men Implicated in the 520,(00 diamond
robbery at the Hotel Maryland last Fri
day, were held to the Superior Court to
day In 55000 ball each. Neither was able
to furnish the required bond- Both ad
mitted all of the Important facts In the
case at the preliminary hearing today and
are expected to plead guilty In the higher
Doyle, the third, member of the trio,
will be allowed to go free, having turned
state's evidence In the case.
Burns Society Reunion.
LA GRANDE. Or., Jan. 26. (Special.)
The Burns Society of Union and Wal
lowa Counties held a Caledonian reunion
In La Grande last night 1n honor of Rob
ert Burns birthday. Officers were elect
ed for the ensuing year as follows:
President. Turner Oliver: treasurer and
secretary. William Grant, La Grande;
vice-presidents. F. S. Ivanhoe. La- Grande:
M .Scboonover, Union; C D. Huffman,
Island "City: D. McDonald. Allcel: John
McRea Suraraervlllet Jbhn McDonald,
Wallowa; Robert Shaw, North Powder;
Dr. McNaughton. Elgin: William Muir.
Starkey and Camp Carson. Ladles' ex
ecutive committee: Mrs. William Grant,
Mrs. Cavana. Mrs. T. A. Rhinehart.
Workman Has Terrible Fall.
VANCOUVER. Wash Tnr, -c tc
ial.) Allen Loomls. a workman on the
construction gang of the Northern Pacific
Railway Company, fell from a trestle
on Burnt Bridge Creek, a distance of 50
feet this morning, and was badly mangled
and bruised. Upon examination the com
pany's physician found that the man had
jiia ten. ieg oroKen in tnree places ana
bis right arm broken, besides many se
vere bruises. He is also hurt Internally.
Dr. West stated tonight he did not think
the man could live till morning.
To cure scrofula, salt rheum, dyspepsia,
catarrh and rheumatism, take Hood s Sar-sapariUa-
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Tor Infants and fJnjjlTfP.
Thi Klni Yin Han Always Btvght
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