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New York Aldermen Re-elect
OPENLY DEFY GOVERNOR
Official Removed for Keglect of
Duty Finds Tammany Loyal to
Him McClellan Rules
NEW YORK. Dec. 19. John F.
Ahearn, Democrat, who. several days
ago was relieved of the presidency of
Brooklyn Borough. by Governor
Hughes, today was elected by the
Board of Aldermen to succeed him
self. He received 24 votes against 12
for Max F. Grifenhagen, Republican.
Mr. Ahearn's supporters included all
the Democratic members in this bor
ough and in addition he received the
votes of three Republican and four
Municipal Ownership League alder
The galleries of the aldermanic cham
ber were crowded with spectators, and
the result of the balloting" and the ad
ministration of the oath of office to
Mr. Ahearn, which immediately fol
lowed, were greeted with tumultuous
Mr. Ahearn's removal by the Governor
followed an investigation into the af
fairs of the office, which was made at
hi own request after charges had
been preferred by two officers of the
City Club. The Governor, in passing
upon the evidence, held that the charges
had been fully sustained, but in his
communication directing Mr. Ahearn's
removal from office' he said that noth
ing had been disclosed which in any
way tended to impeach Mr. Ahearn's
In calling the meeting to order, Mayor
McClellan read his message, in which
he ruled that the election of Mr.
Ahearn to succeed himself would be out
of order, as nullification of the Gov
ernor's removal. He said, however, in
view of the seriousness of -the cast he
would permit an appeal to be made
from his ruling. It was taken, and
the ruling was voted down. 21 to 13.
Mr. Ahearn was then regularly nomi
nated and -triumphantly elected. Only
one, ballot was required to settle the
John F. Ahearn has been a prominent
Tammany district leader for many
Hughes Makes Xo Comment.
ALBANY. N. Y., Dec. 19. Governor
Hughes, when he was informed of the
action of the Board of Aldermen In
electing John.F. Ahearn president of
the Borough of Manhattan, notwith
standing the Governor's action in re
moving him from office. . declined to
make any comment or to indicate what
he would do in the premises.
NEW CARDINALS TAKE HAT
Vope Plus Conducts Gorgeous Cere
mony of the Consistory.
ROME. Dec. 19. Pope" Plus X. today
personally conducted the ceremony of
the public consistory, which was attended
AH EAR N
Is now at its height and our sales during the present week have been the
largest in the history of the house. People who came only to look were
so delighted with the excellent values that we are offering that all
made purchases. Equally as good values await you when you call
MOVE TO THE
Every fur piece or garment from the inexpensive to the genuine Alaska
sealskin coats have been reduced, not slightly, but in a manner to make
this sale a notable event for years to, come. Furs make a most appro
priate Christmas present and our stock includes every known fur
in Ties, Scarfs, Sets, Jackets, Pony Coats, Children's Sets, Muffs, Animal
Rugs, Automobile Rugs, in fact, everything worth while
by thousands of invited persons, In
cluding many Americans. A dense crowd
packed the corridor, hall and tribune,
and reached almost to the foot of the
throne itself, while the piazza of St.
Peter's -was a moving mass of women in
black with bare heads, men in dress
clothes, priests, monks, soldiers, nnns
and cardinals, some on foot, others
in cabs, many in more or less gorgeous
private carriages, all , with eyes fixed
on the great bronzed doors, which were
the portals to the promised spectacle.
Those extraneous to1 the ceremony
gathered in special places inside the
Vatican, while the cardinals, prelates
and "court" personages, assembled in
another hall to await the pontiff.
At one end of the Sala Rcgia stood
the papal throne,' flanked by the cardi
nals' stalls, and at the right were places
for the' bishops; opposite were special
tribunes for the aristocracy and diplo
The procession was headed by tile Swiss
Guards. The Popo waa dressed in com
plete pontifical robes, mitre on head, and
with raised tand in the familiar position
he gave blessing as he went. Following
came a long train of personages, together
with the Sistine choir, which sang as the
procession proceeded. The Pope mount
ed the throne amidst a profound silence,
the cardinals going to their stalls and the
others taking their positions prepared for
them. The new cardinals were then in
troduced, and as they knelt one by one
at the pontiff's feet, he repeated the
formula "accipe galerum rubrum," and a
master of ceremonies held a red hat over
their heads. They then, separately after
the papal embrace, went to each of the
cardinals and received a fraternal salute.
The ceremony over. Pope Pius rose, and,
after bestowing the apostolic blessing,
slowly withdrew, the procession forming
as an escort.
After having returned thanks before the
altar of the Sistine Chapel, the new car
dinals Joined the others in the hall of the
consistory, where the Pope held a short
DISABLED IN MID-OCEAN
Steamer Cambrian -Tells Plight by
Aerogram and Gets Help.
LONDON, Dec. 19, (via Fastnet). The
Cunard liner Lusitania, when, in commu
nication by wireless telegraph with Fast
net at 6:10 o'clock' this evening, signaled
that she had been in communication with
the Canadian liner Empress of Britain
from St. John, N. B., for Liverpool, and
she had spoken the Cambrian, bound
for Philadelphia, in latitude 50, longitude
30. wtth her shaft broken. The steam
ship William Cliff, from New 'Orleans for
Liverpool, was standing by and rendering
all assistance necessary.
The Cambrian left London December 7
and was almost in midocean when re
ported. AT THE HOTELS.
The Portland A. B. Marshall, New York-
A. A. Outhbertson. 6au Francisco ; G. f!
King. New. York: C. Cummlngs, Pendleton:
G. Phlpps. St. Paul; G. Hamlin, E. Schnei
der, A. A. Wlldberg, Chicago; K. Mayer,
B. TV'. Mayer. E. H. Ehrenberg. New York;
Mrs. C. K. Lester. Spokane; J. D. Olwell
and wife, Medford: E. Goodman, New York;
C. R. Ray, wife and daughter. Medford- w.
G. Welgle, Washington; W. Davenport. Pe
toskey; G. B. Parson. G. Erwin, St. Louis;
N. Bangs. Spokane; Miss J. Eastman, Min
neapolis; E.' C. Shoene, Milwaukee; R. s.
O'Brien. Kansas City; J. G. Megler and wife,
Bakersfteld; A. C. Churchill, . Newberg; F.
S. Forrest. Spokane; Miss M. Shields, Ma
son: F. Wortman, McMtnnvllle; R. G. Stev
enson, Seattle; C. H. Parker, San Francisco-
H. H.- Herts, O. J. Timberman. Cincinnati;
F. S. Bajlley. Suropter; R. C. Stoddard and
wife. New York: M. Llndeman and wife.
Madras; a. Palmer, f.a Grande; E. B. Hays,
Astoria; W. H. Garland, city.
The Oregon B. G. Wiley. Walla Walla;
Edward B. Perry. Boston; Mrs. N. B. Coff
man. Chehalls: Kate Howard Hamlin. Cen
tra.Ua; Mrs. Charles F. Burrows. Seattle; G.
H. Sparks. Topeka. Kan.; A. B. Maclellan.
C. H. Cameron. San Francisco; K. Clark
Evans. Seattle; Irwin Brlsbow. P. E. Grare,
Eugene: Cora Cameron, White Salmon; H.
H. Hess. Denver; Charles Weigand. The
Dalles; V. J. Sullivan. Washington. V. C. ;
Byrne Hunter. Corvallls: J. Slater, city;
Mrs. J. C. Wilcox, North Bend; Charles
THE - MORNING OREGONIAX, FRIDAY, , DECEMBER 20, 1907.
N. W. CORNER FIFTH AND ALDER
JOHN P. PLAGEMANN, MANAGER '
WORLD'S LARGEST AND
Chaney and wife. North Bend: George
Smith, Pittsburg. P. A.; L. K. Church, Spo
kane. Wash.; 'Mrs. M. Mullins, Seattle; A.
D. Craig. E. J. Dunn. E. J. Glass and wife.
Westport. Or.; A. .Chandler, Mrs. Francis
Warner. B. W. Ghent, Seattle: Guy Bennett.
Vancouver, Wash.; J. S. Kean, Tacoma; F.
M. Raymond and wife, Seattle; G. S.
Vaughn. Manila. P. I.; C. S. Holsman,
Victor Staddeeker. Seattle;' Mrs. E. Camp
beTi, M.iud Campbell. San Jose; Mrs. J. E.
Enyard. Medford: D. Carter. McAllister,
Seattle; s. w. Doughty. San Francisco; A.
W. McKenzie. Walla Walla: J. E. Ram
some. Walla Walla; F. B. Kings and wife,
W. W. Wilson and wife, Spokane; N. Reni
ensperger, P. Wlndeter, San Francisco; W.
T. Ennis and wife. Pocatello. Idaho; O. B.
Millow and wife. Seaside, Or.: T. I.,. Meyers,
La Grande; Miss J. A. Wtisie. Milwaukee;
W. E. Waither, James Ransom, The Dalles.
The Imperial E. S. Snelllng and family.
Cathlamet: A. J. S. Mace. .The Dalles; M.
11. Becker. Portland; E. T. BelshweU, Eu
gene; C. H. Shuibe, A. B. Colby. Bclling
ham; P. C. Veal, Albany; Lew Mallock,
city; W. R. Ellis. C. O. Temls. Dan Tarpley.
W. R. Legus, The Dalles: John Murray.
Fairbanks: D. Stewart, Sidney. Australia;
Mrs. J. Bryant, Goldfleld; H. S. Farnum;
D. G. McElrcy. Walla Walla; J. H. Hibbs.
Gaston. Or.; Mrs. C. O. Tennis, Dallas; Mrs.
C. H. Lee. Corvallls; W. T. Carlton, Collins;
M. Gorman and wife. Cathlamet; F. L.
Taylor and wife. Kansas City-; C. J. Johns,
Baker City: R. M. Wright. Boise; Andrew
Molin, Shoshone;-Arthur Nissen, Eagle Cliff:
C. H. Balb. Fishers; H. W. Swafford and
wife, Cosmopolis; W. R. Ellis and wife,
Dallas; John Stewart, Philadelphia; Mrs.
W. P. Campbell, Mrs. Campbell. Chemawa;
H. W. Goodaly, Valley City; F. F. Spaul
ding and wife. Vhe Dalles: N. C. Evans,
Hood River; G. H. Recorlatt. Bridal Veil;
C. Li. LUchard, Indeep; Mrs. C. H. Warner.
Ray E. Gorman. Cathlamet; J. M. Elsinln
ger and wife. Mrs. L. M. Perry, North Bend;
W. S. McFadden, Corvallls; J. W. Ray
The Perkins Charles- A. Barton, city; H.
H. Warren, city; Affie I,. Hanks, Klamath
Falls; A. G. Prell. B. C. Peery. Scio. Or.;
Miss C. A. Woodworth, Beno; Emll Goert
ner, Mrs. Goertner. Bostrop, Tex. ; C. E.
Smith; R. C. Daniel, Fossil. Or.; Dr. R. W.
Anderson, city; G. S. Fitzmaur and wife,
Seattle; Dr. H. H. Puritan. Lewiston; J. J.
Catter, Frank Marston, Alaska; Abe Ateil,
Vancouver. Wash. ; J. H. Campbell, Lewis
ton;. D. Hunter and wife. Lexington; G. F.
Wlnslow, Almstead; H. S. Patten. Spokane;
P. B. Attwell. W. G. Attwell, Stevenson; C.
W. Rollins St. Louis; Mr. and Mrs. E.
Burgh, San Francisco; Mrs. - Melissa Greer.,
Phia Green. La Center: M. Lavoy, Waldez;
J.k K. Johnson, St. Johns; Wayne Linden
and wife, Condon; Thomas Jaques. Pilot
Rock; s. B. Savage, Tacoma; E. W. Roy,
The St. Charles F. Marrasay and family,
rity: I. Peterson. Woodland; F. Bobtes. Cen
tralia; L M. Kuves, Scappoose; E. Zimmer
man, Payette. Idaho; O. Hanson and wife,
Stella; Bert Meaner, Stevenson; G. Fisher,
A. Arthur, Mist, Or.; E. L. Lome. Astoria;
M. M. Wilson, city; Delia Robblns, Falr
nlece. O. ; F. Stevens, Hillsboro; George
Foster, Stevenson: R. H. Brown, city; T. E.
Branstetter, Spokane, Wash.; J. E. Hoon,
Walla Walla; Mrs. C. F. Chase and family.
North Bend; Kelley Soe, A. H. Adam, city;
A. E. McCoy and family, Goble; L. W.
Sandberg, city; H. L. Taylor, Eugene; W.
W. Rich, city; J. P. Reagan and wife: J.
Bitterllng and wife. Rainier: F. Lilian and
family. Mayger: D. C. Burton, city; C. A.
Lovelace; A.. 'J. Horn. Antelope; William
M. Neely. Albany; J. W- Ellison. Mitchell;
W. C. Runlcn, Sherman County; William
Peabod;', city; J. C. Hale, Detroit: L. Gal
breath. Astoria; G. G. Lahr, Camas; D. C.
Dillabough, Lyle; Jack Manson, Tacoma;
O. Neireiter, M. Nelreiter. Castle Rock,
Wash.; L. E. Smead. Washougal; Hugh Fra
ser. Goble: E. H. Cbiacre, wife and child.
Bunker Hill. Wash.; N. O. Say, Sherwood;
C. Wolf, city; T. L. Simmons. Fuhr. Wash.;
Mike Matschubacher and son, Newberg; J.
C. Ncabaugh. Cornelious; J. C. McCallum.
city; King Spurgeon and family, city; Ja
cob Harington, city; J. W. .Spear and wife.
Palmer: E. B. McNoble, Fay - McNoble,
lone; F. A. Blackwell. Scappoose; Dan Gar
rison, Peel; R. W. Lawson and wife. Wood
land; Bruce Wilson, Vancouver: Q. N. Hol
sen. Little Falls; J. B-. Cole and wife. J. R.
Richards, G. A. Mansen. Marshfleld, Or.; H.
J. Beaver and wife, Coqutlle City; John
Bain, James Fram. Marshfleld; John Heinze,
Joe Heinze, North Beach; Art Hume. Co
qullle: W. A. Smith, Oakland, Cal.: J. D.
Hudson. Seattle; T. L. Sparrow, H. W.
Larson, Siletz; Thomas Bennett and wife.
Felida, Wash.; L. Peterson, J. P. Hunt, S.
H. Morris, Nate Longering Philomath; J.
J. Grant. St. Paul. Minn.; P. W. Kreltz,
Dayton. Or.: Charles Hoy, Trout Lake; C.
O. Hlller. Eugene.
The Lenox D. Dorvard, George W. Gray
son, J. Smith and wife, San Francisco;
Dr. H. H. Purinton. Lewiston, Me.; Blanche
Griffin. Pullman. Wash.; C. F. - Payne and
party, Tekoe, Wash.; D. W. Dorrance. New
berg; C. R. Fargo and wife. B. I. Russell
and .wife. ' city; Nye Nupp. Tacoma; K.
Ormsby, city; George D. O'Connor. Walla
Walla; George A. Clough, Arlington. Or.;
William Hubbard. T. B. Hubbard. Hollister,
Cal.; W. M. Poole. The Dalles;' E. H. Coo
per. Hawthorne. Or.; William Wilson, city;
O. R. Nordlne, Butte; C. B. Blaine, Walla;
T. E. Turner, Denver: J. A. MacManus,
Seattle; P. O. Carr. city; J. F. Johnson,
Astoria; .1. F. R. Toss, Seattle: W. W. Mc
Creary, -Spokane. - - - .
B J i.
BEST FUR HOUSE
We take pleasure in announcing to
bur patrons and the trade in general
that we have placed with Messrs.
Sherwood and Sherwood, 8 Front- Street,
the sale of our keg and bottled beers
All orders for
sent to above address will receive
prompt and careful attention.
Returning to the people of Portland
our sincere thanks for the partiality
shown our product in the past, we beg
to solicit a continuance of their good
will for the future.
Jos, Sch lite Brewing Co.
A PLEASURE TO