c THE SUNDAY OREGONJAN, PORTLAND, DECEMBER 4, 1904. BOLD NIGHT DASH Russians Attack Sleep ing Japanese. IGHT GUNS CAPTURED Troops Awake to Find Enemy Ready to Bayonet Them, FIGHT IS OF BRIEF DURATION Japanese Break and Flee in Wild Panic, but Not Before Fifteen Have Been Killed and an Equal Number Wounded. MUKDEN, Dec 3. All day Friday Rus sian siege guns bombarded villages occu pied by the Japanese to the east of the railroad, and early this morning to the west of the railroad Don Cossacks routed the Japanese south of Lddlatoun and cap tured eight guns. This brilliant action, described by a Chinese, who, dressed as a Cossack, participated in the attack, is as follower "When volunteers were called for, from two infantry regiments, every man stepped forward, and the Cosaacka in chorus asked not to be left behind when the little party was formed. The order was given to depart at 2 o'clock in the morning, and all the men advanced with extreme caution, and in dead silence, sometimes crawling and sometimes run ning. The party divided and attacked the Japanese position from two sides. The Japanese were sound asleep, and they did not even have time to raise a cry before all was over. "Again we advanced, and soon saw be fore us the outlines of a battery- All the Japanese were asleep except the sentries. We encircled the battery and attacked the rear. They had not expected such an audacious and sudden attack, and when the Don Cossacks charged on a dead run, followed by chasseurs on foot, the Japanese were badly scared and un able to realize what was happening. They rushed, half-dressed, from their tents, only to be received by spears and bayo nets. The fight lasted only a few minutes, when the whole camp broke and fled in wild panic, leaving eight guns in our hands. We had no losyes, and only one man was slightly wounded. The Japanese left at least 15 dead, and probably as many more were wounded." Crouching in rifle pits has so hardened the men to danger that they Ignore it. Peculiar war sports are becoming popular among the troops. General RennenkampfTs Cossacks are still in -pursuit of the Japanese, and have driven them out of the villages of Intsa goundzy and Dapindunian, taking many prisoners and rifles. HOLDS CAPTURE UNIMPORTANT Russian Officer Declares 203-Meter Hill Not of Inner Defenses. ST. PETERSBURG, Dec 3. A high officer of the general staff, who is Inti mately familiar with the fortifications of Port Arthur, insists that the Importance of the capture of 203-Meter Hill has been overestimated. He explains that this hill, which the Russians call VIsokaia, is sit uated west of the railroad, and belongs to the outer and not to the inner line of defenses, which are composed of perma nent forts on Canonla hill, or Spngshu Mountain; Hawk hill, or Antas hill, and Woodcock hill. The Japanese are now only able to attack the main line. Just as happened in the -case of Dragon hill after the capture of Wolf hill. "The Japanese took "Wolf hill July 30, but it was not until four months later, November 30, that they were able to reach the permanent forts on the north and northeast of Port Arthur. "I believe the Japanese will try to carry the main forts by assault, and, falling in this, they will resort to "sapping and mining," the officer said. PAYS VISIT TO LANSDOWNE. Russian Ambassador Goes to Secre tary's Country Seat. LONDON. Dec 3. Sount Benckendorff, the Russian Ambassador, has left town to spend the week end with Foreign Secre tary Lansdowne at the latter's country seat. Bowood Park. Wiltshire The visit creates interest because it is regarded as a public intimation that Anglo-Russian official relations are by no means of that strained character which recent philippics in the press of both countries have led the uninformed to suppose. The latest controversial subject started in the St. Petersburg press as to whether or not the Black Sea fleet shall traverse the Bosphorus excites little interest in official circles here, where it Is pointed INK This - quaint for their individuality. From the completeness of the wares it is not a difficult matter to choose. Articles cheerfully laid aside for Christmas delivery. TIFFANY GLASS. BOHEMIAN GLASS. NEW ART BRONZES. ROCKWOOD POTTERY. OPEN EVENINGS During the Month of December out that there is no evidence whatever that Russia contemplates any attempt to evade the treaty governing the passage of the Dardanelles. JAPANESE READY FOR FLEET They Expect to Encounter the Rus sian Second Pacific Squadron. CHEFOO; Dec 3. Japanese prepared ness for an encounter with the Russian second Pacific squadron was witnessed by the officers of the French steamer 'Binh Thuan, which left Japan November 30 and arrived here today. Near Sasebo they saw the Japanese battleship Mikasa unscarred and evidently fully repaired and painted. Forty miles south of the Shantung promontory the officers of the Blnh Thuan sighted the Japanese battle ship Asuhl, similarly rehabilitated. The repair work of the Japanese fleet has been progressing with great secrecy since August. The torpedoboat and torpedoboat-de-stroyer flotilla is reported to have been maintained in good shape. The boats are mostly at the Japanese naval base and at Port Dalny. REPORTS MINOR FIGHTING. General Sakharoff Tells of Sharp--shooters' Reconnaissance. ST. PETERSBURG. Dec 3. General Sakharoff, telegraphing yesterday, reports a successful reconnaissance by sharp shooters Thursday night in the vicinity of the Japanese entrenchments southwest of Tungoon (Tunganon). The Russians first bayonetted a Japanese outpost of 30 men, surmounted barbwire entanglements, en tered the entrenchments and bayonetted another 20 Japanese. Reinforcements coming up, attacked the sharpshooters with hand-grenades, forcing- the Russians to retire. The Russians carried off Ave dead and 14 wounded, some Japanese rifles and ammunition. ARMISTICE AT PORT ARTHUR Both Sides Devote Six Hours to Bury ing the Dead. TOKIO. Dec. 3. The first armistice be tween the combatants at Port Arthur was declared on December 2 for the pur pose of burying the dead. It lasted for a period of six hours. The Port Arthur besiegers report that yesterday bearers of flags of truce in the direction of the left wing arranged for a partial armistice to extend from 10 o'clock in the morning to A in the after noon for the removal of the dead and wounded. Sinking of the Thea Unjustifiable. ST. PETERSBURG. Dec 3. The Su preme Court in the appeal of the Ger man steamer Thea, chartered by an English firm, which was sunk off the Japanese coast by the Vladivostok squadron, decided today that her ar rest was unjustified, and the judgment of the Vladivostok prize court was set aside. As an appeal was not lodged regarding her cargo, the Vladivostok judgment in that respect stands. The owner of the Thea, H. DIedrlchsen, of Kiel, will place a claim for damages roughly figured at $145,000. Persian Deputation at Moscow. MOSCOW, Dec 3. Mirza Rlza Khan and the deputation from the Shah of Per sia arrived here today on their way to St. ePtersburg. In addition to an auto graph letter to the Emperor, Mira Riza Khan is bringing the Shah's portrait In a frame, set with diamonds. The party is traveling in a special car, and Is escorted by a representative of the Ruadan For eign Office. Money Freely Given for Wounded. PARIS, Dec 3. General Stoessel's heroic defense of Port Arthur brings out enthusiastic popular subscriptions to the -fund which his wife -Is raising in behalf of the helpless wounded of the fortress. The subscribers represent all classes, many from the nobility and hundreds of workmen, and the amount already subscribed totals S6600. Russians Are Repulsed. TOKIO, Dec. 3. Manchurlan headquar ters, reporting Friday night, say: "On Thursday at 10, In " the evonlng, the enemy's infantry attacked Machuan antze Mountain, but were immediately repulsed. "On Friday morning the enemy's Infan try and cavalry approached Hungtlplet atzu but were driven off." Must Get Permission to Coal. COLOMBO, Island of Ceylon, Dec 3. In pursuance of instructions from the home government at London regarding coaling facilities for belligerents, either directly or indirectly, a notice has been issued that no vessel shall be supplied with coal without the permission of the local government- Arabia Seizure Upheld. ST. PETERSBURG, Dec 3. The su prome prize court today upheld the ap peal against the seizure of 5000 sacks of flour on board the Portland & Asi atic Line steamer Arabia, captured by the Vladivostok squadron July 22, and quashed the Vladivostok decision in the case. Russia Bidding High for Steamers. ANTWERP, Dec 3. Russia Is reported to be "again seeking steamers for the dis patch of provisions and ammunition to Vladivostok. It is said in shipping cir cles here that offers have been made as high as $22.50 a ton, including a risk of capture. Grippenberg at Harbin. HARBIN. Dec 3. Lieutenant-Gcncral Grippenberg, commander of the second Manchurlan army, arrived here this evening; This Ad. Will STANDS. UMBRELLAS. PIN BALLS. PUPF BOXES. PIN TRAYS. MANICURE SETS. NAPKIN RINGS. JAM POTS. MATCH BOXES. BLOTTER PADS. POBS. , TRAVELING CLOCKS I Visit Our Art Department is fl dellD-hfFnl snnr in mtr ctnro oddities that abound are indeed oleasine MINIATURE BRONZES. ELECTRIC ART LAMPS. SUPERB CUT GLASS. FINE DRESDEN WARE. STILL BILLS POUR IK Mrs, Chadwick Owes NewYork Modiste $1357. WRIT OF ATTACHMENT ISSUED It Is Served on Hotel Manager, and Attorney for Cleveland Woman Declares Her Baggage Can not Be Held. NEW YORK, Dec 3. "There is ab solutely nothing to prevent Mrs. Cass I e L. Chadwick from leaving the Holland House with her baggage if she sees fit," said Philip' Carpenter counsel for Mrs. Chadwick, when tonight ne was asked concerning the report that a writ of attachment had been served, on all her baggage and personal belongings at .the Holland House today to satisfy a claim of 51357 which a Fifth-avenue modiste had against her. "The papers were served on the man ager of the hotel and not on my-client personally, and that fact renders the service null and void," continued Mr. Carpenter. "As a matter of fact Mrs. Chadwick has no intention of leaving New York for a few days, but there would be no legal objection if she saw fit, accord ing to my view of the law." Mr. Carpenter Js of the opinion that the appointment of a receiver in Cleve land will not complicate matters un necessarily. "It must be borne in mind," he said, "that there is a great difference be tween voluntary and involuntary bank ruptcy." Nathan Loeser, who was appointed receiver in Cleveland yesterday, said today that as it would be necessary to bring an action in court to gain pos session of Mrs. Chadwlck's property, he undoubtedly would defer action for a time, and before taking further steps he would confer with Mrs. Chadwlck's counsel. The attorneys representing her in New York have not yet had any communication from Mr. Loeser, who is in the Ohio city. A gentleman who is fully conversant with Mrs. Chadwlck's affairs said to night that by the time the bankruptcy matter came to the attention of the court the claims of Mrs. Chadwick would be settled, rendering further ac tion by the courts unnecessary. He said that the turn of affairs in Cleve land would not affect the settlement of the claim of Herbert D. Newton, of Brookllne, Mass., whose suit against Mrs. Chadwick was the first filed. The informant of the Associated Press said this claim had beeji adjust ed to the satisfaction of both sides and that the formal money transfer would be made in a few days. Lawyer George R. Yall. Mr. Newton's New York counsel, said the appearance of Mr. Carver, Mr. Newton's Boston counsel, here today was quite without significance. Mr. Carver tonight said he would remain in New York until Monday and added that he was sat isfied with the manner in which the affairs of his client were progressing. A story was published in an evening paper to the effect that .several de tectives alleged to be in the employ of a New York millionaire whose name has been mentioned in connection with the Chadwick case, are shadowing Mrs. Chadwick. According to this rumor two detectives are in the Holland House in the guise of patrons, while others are watching the exits and lounging about the corridors. The hotel management is quite unaware of the alleged presence of the detectives and it has been Impossible to confirm the story. An interesting future of the case today was the optimistic view taken by the Chadwick counsel. Philip Carpen ter stated emphatically that his client Is a very wealthy woman and amply able to meet every just claim against her. In contradiction of the statement of Mr. Carpenter. Deputy Sheriff Frank C. Rlnn said tonight he served the attachment on Mrs. Chadwick personally today, after first serving It on a clerk and Manager Harrimon, of the Holland House Rinn said he was permitted to go to the Chad wick apartments, where he found Mrs. Chawick reclining on a couch. Owing to her deafness, Rinn says, he was obliged to carry on conversation in a loud voice. "When he made his errand known, the Deputy Sheriff says, Mm Chadwick took the papers and placed them on a table beside her. He continued: "I, too, searched the room as well as 1 could, but all I could find was a small handbag and the woman's hat and jacket. "We have been Informed that Mrs. Chadwick has changed her apartments in the Holland House three times. "We be lieve the handbag I found in her room docs not constitute all of her effects. "We shall go to the hotel the first thing Monday morning and Inform the manage ment that we want from them a state ment of whatever effects they have be longing to Mrs. Chadwick, either In the way of valuables deposited in the safe or a parcel such as might be contained In her trunks." Five Millions in Securities. CLEVELAND, O., Dec. 3. In the pro ceedings brought about by the suit of Mr. Nerton against Mrs. Chadwick to recover a large loan, frequent mention has been made of an attest for $5,000,000. 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To "Whom It May Concern: I hereby certify that I have In xny possession five million dollars ($5,000,000) in securities belonging to Cassle L. Chadwick. and that neither myself nor the "Wade Park Bank nor any other person has any claim, upon the same. IRI REYNOLDS. When asked about the authenticity of this note, Mr. Reynolds tonight refused to either affirm or deny Its authenticity. He said he would talk about his dealings with Mrs. Chadwick only on the witness stand. EFFECTS ALL MORTGAGED. New York Tribune Learns Ohio Bank Holds Paper of Mrs. Chadwick. NEW YORK, Dec 3. The Tribune to morrow will say: All of Mrs. Cassle L. Chadwlck's effects are In the possession of the Savings Deposit Bank and Trust Company, of Elyrla, O., under a chattel mortgage given In April and filed in Cleve land on November 22. The mortgage Is admitted in a statement signed by the entltre directorate of the bank. ' This, the Tribune learns, Is the sub stance of a telegram which has been re ceived by the adjusting firm of Frank, Leguln & Arnold from Louis J. Crossman, their Cleveland correspondent. Mr. Cross man Is the Cleveland lawyer, who, on behalf of Jacques, Krakauer and others, filed a petition In Involuntary bankruptcy against Mrs. Chadwick in the Cleveland Federal Court on Friday afternoon, a re ceiver being appointed later in the day. Mr. Crossman's telegram Is, In part. Is follows: The principal reison that prompted the flllty; of the petition was tho Information recelvep by me that certain creditors who hold a large quantity of Mrs. Cbadwick'a diamonds as odl laterary were threatening: to sU the same fit a sacrifice sale. Besides this, the Savings De posit Bank: and Trust Company of Elyria. 0., are In posseesion of all of Mrs. Chadwlck's effects, worth a large amount, under a chattel mortgage given In April last and filed here November 22. This mortgage, as Is ad mitted over a statement signed by all the. directors of the bank, was given to secure an old indebtedness and simply as additional security there. According to report Mrs. Chadwlck's 'son, Emll, is the possessor of a blanket bond for $7,500,000. Mrs. Chadwick Nearly Collapses. NEW YORK, Dec. 3. Mrs. Chadwick Is said to be in a state bordering on almost collapse tonight. The nervous strain of the last few days had been so great that she is almost hysterical. Dr. Moor, her medical attendant, was called In tonight, and after prescribing for her, said: "Mrs. Chadwick is suffering from nothing except the nervous strain which she has been undergoing. It is no wonder that a woman of her age should give way, considering what she has been through lately. There is, however, no constitutional trouble." -Cleveland Suit Again Continued. CLEVELAND, O.. Dec. 3. The suit brought by Herbert ' Df Newton, of Brookllne, Mass., against Mr3. Cassle L. Chadwick, was again continued by Judge Babcock today. The attorneys represeiitlng both Newton , and Chad wick were in court and 'requested that the hearing go over for a week. JIr. A. F. Sterns, representing Mr. Newton, said tne entire matter wouta oe aouut less settled out of court. 1. JAPAN MUST BORROW MONEY Finance Minister Estimates She Will Need $225,000,000 Next Year. I TOKIO, Dec. 3. Premier Katsura al Minister of Finance Sone addressed tne House of Representatives today on tie occasion of the formal presentation of tm budget and government measures. M. Katsura said he met the House with pleasure, congratulated the army and navy on their successes, and expresacd sympathy with the soldiers and sailors who were submitted first to intense heaY and then to freezing cold, and who, de spite their difficulties and sufferings, gal lantly continued their work, strongly aided by the united national support. The Premier expressed the opinion that the favorable condition of general affairs was due to the union of the nation, and said the goal was distant, and that the duties upon the House and government were heavy. He hoped the Diet would approve the budget. The Premier's re marks were greeted with cheers. M. Sohe said that since hostilities were opened the" people had shown unprece dented power and capacity to bear the burden of the war. The emergency of the people and their military strength were undiminished. These conditions were at tributable to national unity. These happy conditions strongly portended the future, prosperity of the empire. The war budget totals $390,000,000, in cludes provision for the interest on out standing loans. M. Sone added that the government has prepared the budget on the most economical basis, and proposes the most frugal measures in order to avoid unnecessary outlays. The Minster, summarizing the sources of revenue, said It will be necessary, in 1505 to borrow only $225,000,000. In prepar ing the financial programme the govern ment has carefully .weighed the capacity of the people and taken steps to preserve the national credit. Economies in ordi nary expenditures permit the diversion of $60,000,000 to the war fund. The war and ordinary budgets total about $500, 000,000. In conclusion, the Minister urged the House carefully to consider the bud get and assist the government to the formulation of its financial plans. When M. Sone concluded his remarks he was cheered by the House. The budget was referred to a commit tee. It is probable that the Diet will make PRACTICAL SUGGESTIONS IN AND SILVER Scarf Pins, Fobs, Link Buttons, Key Chains, Key Rings, Match Boxes, Pocket Knives, Seal Rings, Tie Clasps, Folding Pencils. Bowls, Bon-Bon Dishes, Trays, v jj Tea Sets,. Soup Toureens, Bread Trays, Almond Sets, Bread and Butter Plates, Candelabras. A. & C. 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