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GO UP WITH RUSH
San Francisco Exchange Yes
terday Recalled Days of the
pi nifpC Did you ever see the woman who was not
ULU EJ delighted to receive gloves as a present ? No
matter how many pairs she owns; any kind, any time,
any place, gloves are always acceptable and welcome.
IlMRRFIIflC There is no more appropriate gift
UlflUllLLLlliJ for ma8j woman or child than a
FUNSTON IS GIVEN CREDIT
neat, stylish, substantial umbrella. In this climate
one should never venture forth without an umbrella
THE MORNING OREGONIAN, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 19, 1907
ffetGlDi That's the answer short terse positive to the Christmas Gift Problem jTv'k r?PI2'l
Gains of 40 Point Mad In Gold
Xlcld Shares on News That Sol
diers Would Remain There
for an Indefinite Time.
8AN FRANCISCO, Dec. -(Special.)
After six months of Inactivity, the
Mining: Exchange became today the cen
ter of Intense excitement. Stocks took
sudden spurts and shot up like rockets.
As the prices soared the brokers scram
bled and fought to get In their bids.
Higher and higher the prices went until
some of the leaders had recorded gains
of 40 points for the day.
Goldfleld Consolidated, the Big Nixon
& Wlngfleld property was the leader in
the market. Opening at J4.3C',i, Jt rose a
few moints In the morning, but at the
opening of the afternoon session brokers
came on the exchange with their pockets
bulging with buying orders from New
York and Boston, and the stock shot up
like a rocket, never stopping until it had
hit J4.76. There It rested for a time and
at the close of the market fell back 5
points with the general reaction.
Great Blocks Change Hands.
More than 12,00i) shares of this stock
changed hands during the excitement.
All the brokers had orders to flll, and as
the price Jumped 2 cents and 5 cents at a
bound, the men in the pit struggled to
gain advantageous positions, that they
might pick up their stock before the price
had gone too high.
With the rise of Goldfleld Consolidated
the entire Goldfleld list boomed. Daisy
shot from 90 to J1.12V4. Florence, the only
stock which has displayed activity dur
ing the slump, moved up to $4.25, Tut
gave way to $4.12H on the reaction.
A number of circumstances combined
to explain today's great activity. First
of all was the declaration of General
Funston that he proposed to keep the
troops at Goldfleld indefinitely. When
this news reached New York, the wires
were immediately laden with orders for
the local brokers to buy. A second bull
Influence was the announcement of the
local bankers that the situation had re
turned to normal and ,that the holidays
were no longer necessary. 'A number
of mlneowners came to town today with
encouraging reports and this aided the
OJDES IMMENSE BUSINESS
TOBACCO TRUST BRANCH DE
CLARES 60 PER CENT.
Buys Out Small Concerns With Re
qulrement Not? to' Again Engage '
in That Line of Trade." .
NEW YORK. Dec. 18. That one job
bing firm affiliated with the American To
bacco Company does a business of $13,000,
0U0 a year in New York City and Yonkers
was brought. out today in the hearing of
the Government's action against the
' company before United States Commis
Adolph B. Bendhelm, president of the
Metropolitan Tobacco Company, testifier!
with reference to this concern. Over 75
per cent of the Jobbing business of New
York City was controlled by the Metro
politan, Mr. Bendhelm continued. It
bought .out 20 smaller jobbers, most of
whom were required to sign an agree
ment not to re-enter a tobacco business
within a specified time.
M. W. Reld. president of the Amster
dam Supply Company, organized to pur
chase supplies for the American Tobacco
Company and subsidiaries, said the sup
ply company recently earned enough to
declare a stock dividend of 60 per cent.
The stock was owned chiefly by the cor
porations purchasing through the supply
company, he added.
An' adjournment was taken until the
first week In January, the exact date to
be decided later.
MAKES TRAVELING SAFER
Effect of Safety Appliance Shown in
Less Union Pacific Accidents.
OMAHA. Neb., Dec. 18. (Special.)
That safety devices save limbs and lives
is demonstrated by the casualty report
of the Union Pacific Railroad. In spite
of greatly increased traffic, the number
of people killed and injured by the road
during 1907 was 1209, as compared w'th
20!)7 In 1906.
The report contains1 a list of the prin
cipal train accidents of the year, with a
statement of the causes and consequences
in each case. Each wreck was investi
gated by a special committee consisting
of operating or other officials of the
road, together with persons of promi
nence, integrity and reputation living in
the neighborhood of the accident. These
men are selected in accordance with the
policy of the road to secure an impar
tial report on every train accident, and
the placing of the blame where it rightly
belongs. In all cases where an em
ploye was found to have been guilty of
negligence, or otherwise responsible for
the accident, the guilty employe was dis
charged. Approximately $2,000,000 has been ex
pended by the Union Pacific during the
year in the installation of safety elec
tric block signal appliances for the pur
pose of reducing the danger of accidents
to the minimum. In addition immense
sums have been expended in track better
ment and maintenance. The management
of the road expresses the belief that this
expenditure has been justified by the
great showing made in the reduction of
th number of casualties.
Four passengers. Including postal clerks
and express messengers, were killed In
1907. as compared with five In 1906. The
total number killed in all accidents on the
system in 1907 was 105 and the number in
jured 1104. as compared with 114 killed
and 19S3 injured in 1906.
CONGO TREATY IS DOOMED
Liberal Opposition to Restrictions
on Belgian Sovereignty.
BRUSSELS. Dec. IS. Following a
careful examination of the complete
text of the Congo annexation treaty,
which has just been published here,
b. Liberal members of the Chamber of
Boxed in "beautiful hol
ly or enameled boxes
free of charge. A pack
age of imported sachet
enclosed in every box.
Deputies voted unanimously In caucus
today to oppose the treaty on the
ground that certain stipulations there
in set down .unduly limit the sover
eignty of Belgium and disregard Bel
gium's rights. As the Government had
counted up-en Liberal support to pass
the bill against the opposition of the
Socialists and some Conservatives,
there Is a prospect that the treaty will
be withdrawn and that the Government
will thereafter resign.
A detailed study of the complete
treaty. Including the Vox addenda, pro
duces a very different impression from
that which was obtained by the public
from the rosy official forecast given
out on July 6. It is pointed out that
King Leopold retains powerful Inter
ests In the crown domain, which is the
richest and best part of the Congo,
more especially through his Insistence
that the rights of various foreign capi
talists with Important concessions be
maintained and recogniied by Belgium.
Public opinion is strongly convinced
that the treaty does not sufficiently
recognize the rights of Belgium In the
The action taken by the Liberals to
day is interpreted in many quarters to.
mean the doom of annexation and the
probable fall of the Government.
RICH HAUL ON PAWNSHOP
Kobbers Perpetrate Bold Holdup In
Heart of Belllngham. .
BELLINGHAM, Wash.,. Dec. 18. J.
Zcllows and his wife were held up to
night in their pawnshop in the heart of
theVity and relieved of $250 in cash and
18 watches valued at $900. The robbers
were unmasked and with the coolness of
experts turned the trick. Zellows at
tempted to hit the man covering him
with two guns with a chamber and the
outlaw fired, but the bullet went through
the celling. The pawnshop man fled and
the robber fired two more shots, neither
of which took effect. In the crowd that
gathered the robbers mingled and all
clew to them is lost.
Tomorrow (Friday) positively the last
day for discount on East Side gas bills.
Portland Gas Company. '
Note d. splay of fitted suit cases and
bags at Harris Trunk Co., 136 6th.
LENNON'S You can hardly think of the words "Gloves
and Umbrellas" without associating them with the name of
The stamp of "LENNON'S" is to GLOVES AND UM
BRELLAS as "STERLING" is to SILVERWARE.
Lennon's Glove Orders make it possible to present gloves without
the trouble of making the selection.. When the Christmas rush is
over, or at any other convenient time the holder of one of Lennon's
Glove Orders presents the order at any of Lennon's -seven stores
in Portland, San Francisco or Seattle and makes a personal
selection as to color, style and size, from the largest assortment of
the World's Best Gloves.
Always redeemahle for the face value and backed up by Len
non's Seven Stores,
SPECIAL HOLIDAY OFFERINGS
We have arranged the following: special bargain val
ur for this Christmas sale. Every glove offered here
carries Lennon's guarantee.
, DRESS GLOVES.
Two-clasp, real Kid Overseam; $1.50 value, pair. .95
Lennon's Pique Kid; $2.00 value, pair $1.50
Lennon's extra quality real Kid Overseam or Pique
Sewn Gloves; none better in the world; d1 E!
. $2.25 value, pair ple7 J
, CAPE GLOVES.
Lennon's Famous "Co-Ed" Gloves; Cape (Pi C
out - seam, Dent style, $1.75 val., pr. . .
"Bacnio" MouSquetaire Jersey Cape
Glove ; $2.25 value, pair
Lennon's "Money-Back" genuine Kassan Cape Mous
quetaire Gloves, 8-button length, $3.50 value; also
Julio 16-button length Cape to . 64, (IJO OQ
$4.50. pair pA07
Lennon's ''Money Back" genuine Kassan
Cape, elbow length, $4.50 value, pair...
16-button length, Fine French Kid;
$4.00 value, pair
16-button length, Fine French'Kid, black, flJO C A
white and colors, $4.50 value, pair pO.OJ
16-button length, Lennon's best quality, real A A
Kid ; black, white and colors ; $5 val., pr. . . .PeUU
Latest Novelty,' the "Mile. Modiste,' 16-button length,
white glace, with black mocha uppers, 5 00
The. "Vandyke" Parisian novelty, .l-button length,
wide embroidery, Vandyke points. to ' fl! AA
match, pair-. f'.vr vr.
A GLOVE ORDER
Calling for one $o pair of gloves may be .redeemed with
two pairs at 2.00 each or with an umbrella of like value,
etc. This is one of the many reasons why a I.rnnon Glove
or Umbrella Order is the most acceptable present.
A SUGGESTION TO BUSINESS
Make your employee happy
they will appreciate Lennon's
Glove or Umbrella orders.
FORTUNE FOR SNYDER'S SON
COMPROMISE GIVES A LITTLE
Famous Hillsboro Murder Case Re
called in End or Will Contest
in Kansas City. ,
KANSAS CITT, Dec. 16.-A suit to
break the will of the late Robert M. Sny
der, a capitalist, brought in behalf of
Stanley, .a grandson, 6 years old, the son
of Carey D. Snyder, was compromised
Robert M. Snyder was killed here, a
year ago In a motor-car accident and his
son, Carey, was murdered near Hills
boro, Or.,- in October, 1906.
Stanley Snyder was the son of Carey
Snyder by the latler's first wife, who
divorced her husband. The estate 19 val
ued at $1,000,000. As a result of the com
promise the grandson, Stanley, is given
$35,000 outright. The bulk of the balance
of the estate goes to the widow of Robert
M. Snyder, who now lives In Boston.
MINERS HURLING EPITHETS
Xasty Flings at President and Gov
ernor Sparks, of Nevada.
DENVER. Colo.. Dec. 18. In art ad
dress issued today by the executive com
mittee of the Western Federation of
Miners, laboring men are urged to rally
to the assistance of the officers and mem
bers of the organization, charged with
the murder of ex-Governor Steunenberg,
of Idaho, and other crimes, and of the
Goldfleld. Nev., miners who are on strike.
The address declares that the financial
stringency was caused by the operations
of "frensied financiers," and is being
taken advantage of to shut down mines
in order to destroy the miners' union.
Governor .Sparks is referred to as a
"puppet" of the mlneowners and the
President as "the pliant tool of the cap
italist class in Its attempts to crush or
. "The mlneowners." the address con
tinues, "'are detremlned to re-enact the
WE OFFER to the Portland public at this Christmastide
Lennon's stock of Gloves and Umbrellas, the result of the 20
years' experience of Messrs. Lennon, Loughrey & Berg, of
the firm of Lennon's, who have brought importing, manufac
turing and selling of Gloves and - Umbrellas down to a
science which makes possible an assortment unequaled in
style and quality and THE GREATEST VALUES EVER
Headquarters for Lennon's Famous Rough-Rider Gauntlets
for little tots. We have them as small as for youngsters
$1.50, , $1.25, $1.00, 75c
"Just like papa," Little Dent's Gloves from D 1 OCS
0000 to 1 the pair ipX.aSO
Children's Genuine Mocha Gloves $1.25 quality, TQ
the pair ..
Complete line of Children's Gloves of all kinds.
At other times and In other places we have dwelt upon
the superiority of our umbrella stock as to variety, style
and value. Suffice it to say that one-half of this 80-foot
store Is devoted to umbrellas, every one manufactured by
fcennon's or manufactured under our supervision. Len
non's seven stores stand behind every umbrella bought
Men's and Women's Umbrellas specially priced for this
Christmas Sale. Gloria, Carolas, Union Silks and Pure
Silks of every grade and quality in black and colors.
Thousands of Handles of every de- 9r 4S
crlptlon, rana-tna; In value from CO Jf J
See our Special Men's and Women's $3.50 r -a on
value, on sale at P X.37
Men's and Women's $5.00 values on sale 89
"Men's and Women's $10.00 values on Bale J. 05
zFtfit.. Yr?trf aX" .".'??!'! ? sdc to 353.50
Headquarters for the cute "Teddy Bear" Umbrellas, with
hand-carved wooden Teddy Bear bandlea.
Umbrellas Kngraved Free of Charge. '
Umbrellas Carefully Packed for Shipment
Select now pay some down and take umbrella later.
Good News for Lovers of Silk Hose '
All women are fond of wearing Silk Hosiery, but there
has always been a "but" until Kayser made silk hose.
Every one knows Kayser, the man who made silk gloves
famous. He is now making Ladies' Silk Stockings of purs
thread silk, with double toe, double heel, double foot and
a wide strong garter hem. Some with lisle feet and heels
and some of all silk.
Lennon's are headquarters for Kayser'a reinforced 9111c
Hosiery. Prices SI. 45 to SS2.fl, and worth double. A full
line of cotton, lisle and sills stockings for women and
309 MORRISON STREET, OPPOSITE POSTOFFICE
bloody scenes of Colorado In Nevada, and
it is our duty to do all in our power to
prevent the accomplishment of their
President Charles H. Moyer, of the
Federation, and George A. Pettibone
now on trial at Boise, are declared in
the ' address to be "marked out for
slaughter by the cruel, despotic rule of
capitalism, whose only aim is to crush
the Federation that the mlneowners may
ride triumphantly over an- outraged, hu
miliated humanity; that labor may be
bound hand and foot; that the last ves
tige of American liberty may be sum
HAPPIER WITHOUT HIM
Dr. Turner YVrjtes to Wife, Then
NEW YORK, Dee. 18. Dr. W. B. Tur
ner was found dead in his bedroom at
his home at Eightieth avenue tonight
with a bullet, wound in his head. His
wife is now on her way home from Cali
fornia. Late tonight the coroner found two let
ters which indicate that Turner Intended
to take his life. Writing to his wife.
Turner said that he thought she would
be happier if he left her. In a letter to
a friend Turner asked that his wife be
communicated with in care of Mrs. Nora
Luzlncky, No. 976 Spauldlng avenue, Chi
cago. WILL- SOON DISMISS RECEIVER
Westlnghouse Companies Getting
. Into Solid Shape Again.
PITTSBURG, Dec 18. Following
several conferences between 'the receiv
ers and directors of the Westlnghouse
concern, with a view of giving the af
fairs of the company baok to the stock
holders, George Westlnghouse, presi
dent of the various companies, said:
"We think everything is in splendid
condition. Not only was the report of
the receivers satisfactory, but plans
formulated for working out all details
of the problem seemed to meet with
favor. Everything connected with the
affairs of the corporations shows a
most hopeful situation. A detailed re
port on ail these matters may be made
public soon." -
We have clerks espe
cially appointed to at
tend to out-of-town or
ders, insuring prompt
and careful attention.
From another source came a report,
said to be authoritative, that plans had
practically been completed by which
the Westlnghouse corporation would be
put In such shape that the receiver
could be discharged within 10 days.
Everything In Pittsburg was declared
to be In fine shape, and it is under
stood a meeting will be held In New
York tomorrow between officials of the
corporation and some large creditors
of the metropolis.
DEWEY'S BIRTHDAY DINNER
Hero of Manila Celebrates Seventi
WASHINGTON, Dec. 38. Admiral
Dewey gave a dinner tonight In celebra
tion of the 70th anniversary of his birth.
The actual anniversary does not occur
until December 26, but the celebration
was advanced In order that the President,
who was anxious to accept the Admiral's
invitation to attend, might .be present. Mr.
Roosevelt expecting to be away from the
city for a time next week.
The dinner was informal in character,
there being no set speeches, but many of
the Admiral's guests took advantage of
the opportunity In graceful fashion to
congratulate him. Among those present
In addition to Admiral and Mrs. Dewey
President and Mrs. Roosevelt, Mrs.
Bonaparte, Mrs. John R. McLean. Mrs.
Frederick W. Vanderbilt, Mrs. Nicholas
Fish. General Horace Porter, Senator
Brandegee, Admiral and Mrs. Brownson,
General and Mrs. Fred D. Grant, General
Gillespie. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Morton and
Schuebel at the Capital. .
OREGON CITY. Or., Dec. 18. (Special.)
"The information that Mr. Schuebel
left for Washington last Friday did not
come from me," said W. S. U'Ren, who
Is Mr. Schuebel's law partner, this af
ternoon. "Mrr Schuebel asked me to
keep the matter quiet, and I have re
spected his wishes. It is quite true he
has gone, and I do not look for his re
turn until early in the new year. Fur
ther than this I do not care to make
any statement regarding his trip. He
has gone on business of his own.
"I did not go to San Francisco to see
Mr. Heney. - I did go there several
SPECIAL VALUES FOR THIS CHRISTMAS.
.'. MEN'S GLOVES
It is now generally conceded that this Specialty
Glove Store carries the largest variety of all kinds of
Men's Gloves on the Coast. "'
Men's Pique Kid, Out-seam Cape, pearl cas- J ps
tor, silk-lined castor, $ 1.50 value, pair. ... V"'
Men's genuine Kassan Cape, Out-seam; J1 OA
$2.00 value, the pair ..pl.ey
Genuine Dent's make, hand-sewn 'Cape, CJI TP
very stylish, $2.25 value, the pair. plJ el
Men's silk-lined Gloves in Cape and Mocha, (31 PA
$3.00, $2.50 and $2.00 values ipl.OvJ
Men's Fur-lined Gloves, squirrel-lined, lamb-lined,
muskrat-lined, nutria-lined and rabbit-lined Cape
and Reindeer; $7.00, $6.00, $5.00, QO PA
Men's Auto Gauntlets, 100 styles, dogskin, fljt
buck, horse; $4.00, $3.00, $2.50, $1.75 pi.AeJ
Men's Kid and Mocha fleece-lined; $2.00, CA
$1.50, $1.00 e)UC
Men's Wool and Golf Gloves; OP
$1.0Q, 75c, 50c vC
We carry a complete line of warm Gloves for men,
women, children and infants.
Wool Gloves from 25 up
Kid and Mocha fleece-lined from 50 up
. rux-lined Gloves from .$2.50 to $7.00
Ladies' Kid and Buck Gauntlets from $1.00 up
The largest assortment of Canes In
Partridge, snauewooa, nmemo, Acacia. Malacca, Ever
green Oak, Whampoa, Bamboo, etc.,
- Gold-Headed Ebony Canes
Tour out-of-towm friends will appreci
ate liCanoi's Glove or Umbrella orders
because tbeae are aure to reach them
throtitch the mall on time, while pack
gra often a;o astray- or are delayed. .
weeks ago on private business, and
while in the Bay City I called on Mr.
Heney, but my visit had no significance
whatever, and Mr. Schuebel's candidacy
for the office of District Attorney was
not even mentioned."
Ute Indians Suffering.
WASHINGTON. Dec. 18.-The Secre
tary of the Interior today sent a com
munication to the Senate recommending
action on the urgent deficiency appropri
Keep in close touch with your family doctor.
No medicine was ever made that could take
his place. Trust him at all. times.
Ayers Cherry Pectoral
Old ' coughs, desperate coughs, rasping
coughs, extremely perilous coughs, coughs
that shake the whole body. It takes a
strong medicine, a doctor's medicine, to
master such coughs. A great many people
rely on Aytr's Cherry Pectoral.
We hate no secrets I We publish
the formulas of all our medicines.
). C. AYER CO., Mmnfaqtnring Chemist, Lowell, Mas.
the West. Congo,
$1 to $10
ation bill for the support of the Ute In
dians, who are now off their reservation
and In the vicinity of the Cheyenne River
Agency in South Dakota. Authority ta
expend a portion of their tribal funds to
prevent want and suffering among them
Salem, Or. The State Fair Board has
recommended in Its annual report that the
annual appropriation for premiums be In
creased from $10,000 to S15.000. no the pre-'
ent appropriation is found insufficient.