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TTIE OREGON DAILY JOUIWTXl, PORTLAND. THURSDAY EVENING. JANUARY 21. 1904.
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He was tlie picture of radereweki, as
". i he stood before the bar of justice In the
police court yesterday. Hair hung down
his back and as he assumed a dramatic
pose it was feared he might try to
; hypnotise Judge Hogue. .
PaulF. Kissner, charged with drunk-
.enness, - was . repentant. Politely and
. firmly lie answered the questions of the
court- ' Possibly he had been drunk but
as a general .thing he didn't mean to be
come intoxicated. If he had been drunk
it vm entirely;, unintentional on his
,? part -, .'I-.-'.
The officer iold how Kissner, during
the early morning hours, fortified him
,, self In the rear of a north end Japanese
restaurant. When told to come forth
from his barricade he shied sticks of
wood at his pursuers. One of them
struck a window shattering the pane
-and the patience of, the restaurant pro-
"I can't remember what I did." he ex-
plained, '"but I . guess what -they say
about me is true,' said the long, haired
' genius as he smiled upon the court
"What did you drink yesterday T' he
. was asked.
"Well. I was drinking sherry mixed
with a little brandy. I had perhaps 20
' Kissner told the court that he was a
violin maker, having come to Portland
from Springfield, 111., two months ago.
As he spoke he clutched wildly at hla
forehead and seemed to be in dire straits.
At last he shouted; "I have it the se
cret of my evil luck. I began business
,in Portland on Friday, the lith of No-'
.vember." ; ,
Judge Hogue suspended a fine, of 15
:.. and the violin maker went his way re
(Continued from Page One.)
from any one in settlement of the case,
and ha left the matter entirely with
him. She said unless tthe money was
returned to her she would make fresh
complaints. ' " , !
The state law defining the duties .of
the district attorney as to gambling
problems reads: j
"Action can be instituted by the dis-!
trict attorney against any one conduct-1
Jng any gambling game for money,
checks, etc. . , , Against any one '
that, rents or lets a place for gambling
purposes, and the offenders shall for-1
felt twice the amount o the rental
money, which goes to the state. . :
A lease is forfeited by permitting gam-'
bllng. and the owner of property is sub-i
Ject to 'punishment for permitting gam
bling on his premises.
"It shall be the special duty of the
district attorney, constable, sheriff or
police officers to Inform against and
prosecute any ;lriolatlons of the gambling
laws. In case of failure to so do on the
part of any officer named, they shall be
deemed guilty of a misdemeanor pun
ishable by fine and the vacation of the
office held." " '
" The law" further provides that wit
nesses are not disqualified from giving
testimony on the grounds of being im
plicated, and shall not incriminate them
selves by so doing. A penalty is pro
vided against any witness who does not
appear. ;,. -.
The law provides also that posses
sion of a slot machine shall stand as
evidence that the law has been violated.
DR. GEORGE WALL
MAY NOW RECOVER
Dr. George Wall of Cottage Grove' Is
somewhat better. Dr. Wall has been
a patient at Good Samaritan hospital
for three weeks, and has been In a crit
ical condition. This morning the re
port was made that his condition is im
proved and his recovery Is now expected.
ONE STATS OB HOTKXHO.
Omaha, Neb., Jan. 21. . Chairman
' Jones today Issued a call for delegates
from all points la Oklahoma and Indian
Territory to go to Washington, January
SO, to lobby for one state or nothing,
. It is expected that a delegation of 100
. ' 'a-! - J
Always. ftanrnbar th Fall Nan
1 axative Uromo Qmnlne
W. H. MARKELL & CO.
121-123 GRAND AVENUB
Annual Clearance Sale
Big bargains In every department of this store. Dress Goods, Domes
tics. Notions, Furnishing Goods, Lace Curtains, Bedding, Men's and
Boys Clothing. Mens Hats, Shoes, Htc. Vary Bemarkable Bargains for
Friday and Saturday.
Ladies' $4.50 to $7.50
About 20 Jacket, all good, dark
colore, some tight-fitting, others
half-tight fitting; very remarkable
values at much less than cost of
Ladies' $6.50 and $7.50
Very newest etyles. in .dark and
light colors, box styles, with or
Ladies $2.50 and $3.00
White Waists $1.68
Very newest style heavy mercer
ised Waists, In variety or patterns,
neatly made and perfect-flttlng.
Ladies' $2.85 Black Alpaca
Waists at $1.98
Very stylish, made with cluster
of tucks down front, tab collars,
neatly trtmmed,. with white pearl
Black Fur Boa at 68c
"lne black fur Boar, with three
, tails on each end, 46. inches long;
' regular Sl.ilS value.
'20c Brass Extension
. 'Curtain Rods 12c
AD eomplete, . length , SO to 61
DEATH MET HIM ON
. HIS. JOURNEY HOME
(Sin Francisco Bureas of The Journal.)
' San Kranciaoo, Jan. 21. -Falling to
find- health which he sought in ; the
southland, Charles fallows, & "resident
of Portland, wished to return to his
home and die. Death came to him today
in the Ferry building while he was
waiting to be taken to a steamer bound
for Oregon. Fellows was suffering from
poneumptlbn - and had - been In -Los
Angeles for the- past few months.- In
his weakened condition he started rrom
Lios Angeles yesterday, hoping that he
might live 4o reach his home; Ills body
will be shipped north.
Charles ' Fellows is known In Port
land among a wide circle, having lived
and worked in this city slnoe his chlat-
hood. Until recently he bas been em
ployed as a stenographer. A few weeks
ago he went to" California on account of
failing health. His father, a. j. fel
lows, is a marine engineer.
THREE ALARMS BUT
NO DAMAGE DONE
ThA flr ' riftnartment has had three
calls In the last 2 hdurs, none of which
proved of any consequence. A chimney
fir. at 767 Kant Ankenv street, shortly
before 6 o'clock last evening, was the
cause of the call from box us. une
apparatus had long and heavy runs, but
there was no work -for them upon ar
rival. . .
The second alarm from box 46, shortly
after 6 p. m., was wholly unnecessary.
Rnarlra rnmlnar from a chimney in A
dwelling at Seventeenth and Flanders
streets frightened some one, wno puueu
the box and gave the firemen another
long run. '
Tha third on was this morning, whon
a personal service call was ' received
from a meat market at lei . ourtn
trpor The woodwork in' the attic
miinii a. rhimt caueht fire, and re
sulted in the loss of a few shingles.
- DIDN'T GO FORTH
(Journal Special Service.)
Washington. Jan. Jl. "Wear your
court uniform to every White House
function, whether an evening reception.
Friday evening muaicale or weekly after
noon reception given by Mrs. Kooseveit,"
was the word which has sped from the
Hps of one diplomat to another. This
was a request from the White Hduse to
Count Casslnl. the Russian ambassador.
and dean of 4he dtplomatio corps. Sec
retaries and attaches told one another.
They were talking about it at all Wed
nesday afternoon "at homes" frequented
by the diplomatic corps, as well as in the
clubs. It now appears that most of the
diplomats Jumped to a wrong conclusion.
There still will be no radical cnange,
the request merely refers to the recep
tion of the president held today for the
Judiciary. Diplomats have been satis
fied. SOUTH AMERICA IS
AGAIN BOILING OYER
(Journal RpecUl Service.)
Washington, D. C, Jan. 21.A state
department dispatch from Minister
Finch at Montevideo, Uruguay, was re
ceived today, stating that three battles
were won by the government The last
was on the 18th, and , the killed and
wounded number 600.. The rebels are
in full retreat toward Braxll, hotly pur
sued by the government forces of 28.000
men. The rebels number 9,000. The
opinion here Is that the. insurrection
will be suppressed within tha month un
less aided by neighboring states. Press
reports say the telegraph censorship
continues. Martial law is also in force.
8XXTXSK OVEXCOHE BEBELS.
London, Jan. II. A Reuter's dispatch
today from Somaliland says that Major
Kenna's British troops surprised a force
of rebelious Karats near Aligner!, Jan
uary 17, killing 60 spearmen, capturing
1,000 camels and several thousand
SEVATOB HAHHA ILL.
Washington, D. G, Jan.-tl. Senator
Hanna has been confined to his bed
since yesterday by the renewal or the
grip." 'The members of his family say
his illness is not serious, but it will
confine him to his bed for several days.
Men's $9 and $10 Overcoats
Newest Styles at $7.65
Little Boys' $4.00 Overcoats
Very latest style, good, heauy
quality, velvet collar; sizes 4 to 8
SUes to 14 yrs., f 6.00 now $3.8
Boys' Duck Coats $1.25,
- $1.50, at 98c
Heavy gray duck oats, blanket
lined, wide corduroy collar, warm
and serviceable for wet weather.
Men's Outing Night Robes
$1 Quality at 78c
Faultless brand, very' long and
-wide, neat patterns, heavy quality.
Boys' 50c Outing Night
, . Robes 39c
Neat patterns', good quality. !
Misses' $1 Felt Slippers
at 60c V ,
Bed felt, trimmed with black fur,
. all. slses, 3 J to ft. .!,;.;,; ,v , .
A FACER FOR SCOTT
(Continued from Page One.)
and for a house to bouse canvass of the
"We must explain to them," said
Judge Seton, "that while two years ago
we fought to get the independents in
and the regulars out. now we believe the
regulars should stay in end the Inde
pendents' should stay out." t
Judge Carey has not yet announced his
selections for th managing -committee
of nine. - "Jack" Matthews wHl probably
not be one of the chosen, for it is deemed
essential to the success of the machine
to maintain the Action that he is "out of
politics." , He will, of course, continue
to take a very active part In the conduct
of the campaign, for he has no intention
of abandoning-his grip upon the county
organisation, but it will be. the effort
of the Mitchell Republicans to keep him
in the background as much as possible.
Possibilities of the Bine.
'" Frank Baker is another troublesome
problem to the dominant Republican fac
tion and has been mentioned in-some
quarters. as a probable member of Judge
Carey's advisory . committee. It is not
lUteiy, however, that Mitchell Republl
cans would like to advertise' such a con
splcuous example of the policy of re
warding deserters from the Simon ranks.
Baker owes everything he has to Simon.
The latter made him state printer at a
time when he was virtually-penniless.
and out of that office Baker amassed a
fortune. When Simon went down to de
feat. Baker promptly went over to Mitch
ell. His reward was his appointment
to the. chairmanship of the Republican
state central committee. Most of his
new political associates think that ought
to hold him for awhile and that there is
no good of heaping further honors uton
mho iicau, uiucbb ji ia twBoiuieiy neces-
sary in order to insure his fldelity.la the
Whitney Boise may be one of the com
mittee of nine, and either P. L. Willis
or his- son Guy is likely to be One of
those chosen. A. A. Cpurteney. Thad
Potter, Herbert Hoi man. Dr. Clark, Ca
tor Powell, C W. Hodson and A. J. Cap
ron are among those mentioned as pos
sible members of the committee. As
yet. however. Judge Carey has not made
public the names of the men whom he
desires to act, and he may adopt the pol
icy of enlisting more of the younger ele
ment and of men who have not hitherto
played so conspicuous a part in factional
Address to the PabUe.
The address to the nubile. adoDtedv
the central committee, is as follows:
ine Republican city and county com
mittee announces to the people of the
city of Portland and Multnomah county
that the primary election will be held
some time near the first of April, at a
date to be fixed by the county clerk.
Voters residing in the city must regis
ter to entitled them to vote. , The reg
istry Is now open at the courthouse.
The vital questions to be determined
by the Republican party at the primaries
are whether a delegation favorable to
the nomination of President Roosevelt
will be sent from Oregon to the national
Republican convention at Chicago, and
wnetner uenator John H. Mitchell of
Oregon will be elected to another term
in the United States senate.
This committee hereby declares most
emphatically in favor of both President
Roosevelt and Senator Mitchell, and, so
far as the committee can properly do so,
It pledges the delegates upon the regu
lar ticket to be voted upon at the
primaries to their support.
The importance of a clear announce
ment upon these matters .becomes the
more necessary because it Is currently
reported that ex-Senator Simon and his
associates propose to contest the regu
lar ticket at the primaries, and by put
ting up opposition delegates, to seek to
secure control of the party conventions.
Mr. Simon's course in politics In
Oregon is well known and is well il
lustrated by the fact that on his return
from Washington he publicly announced
his bitter and Irreconcilable hostility
to President Roosevelt, accusing him of
violating his word, and denouncing htm
as being unworthy of respect, and, yet,
notwithstanding these public utterances,
he has recently announced through the
columns of the Oregonlan that he ex
pects to support President Roosevelt
for reelection. It needs no argument
to. show that if Mr. Simon prevails In
the primaries and there is a contest in
the national convention, his influence
will be used to defeat President Roose
velt's nomination. .
Prior to the election of 1896 Mr. Si
mon In like manner announced that he
expected to support Senator Mitchell for
reelection to the United States senate,
but after that election he combined with
Democrats and Populists to hold up the
legislature and thus prevented Senator
Mitchell's election, although the latter
was the unanimous . choice of .-theRe-publlcan
caucus in the legislature, com
prising a majority of all of the mem
bers of that body. -
Senator Mitchell's reelection to the
senate at the close of his present term
depends In great measure upon the re
sult of the coming primaries. This
committee believes that the interests of
the state of Oregon at Washington can
be best served by Senator Mitchell, and
that to substitute another in his place
wilt be most disastrous to the state.
Oregon needs the help of the general
government in the development of her
waterways, and Is deeply interested in
the promotion of beneficial legislation in
No one In Oregon Is so well equipped
by experience and by his natural quali
fications as Senator Mitchell to repre
sent the state in. the United States sen
ate and to secure for the state the ap
propriations necessary to enable ,thls
city IA maintain her commercial suprem
acy. The bitter hostility of ex-Senator
Simon and his political associates to
Senator Mitchell is well known, and this
committee therefore calls upon the Re
publicans of Multnomah county to keep
In mind that at the very time Senator
Mitchell Is urging upon congress the
Unprecedented appropriations demanded
for the improvement of our river and
harbor and for the Lewis and Clark fair,
the primaries in his home city will de
cide whether his efforts are to be sec
onded and hla industry and , enterprise
approved, or whether he is to be denied
the support of his constituents And to
be refused the recognition his valuable
services have merited. (
The administration of the fiscal affairs
of the county and city during the past
two years has been most remarkable
for its efficiency and most gratifying
for Its economy and business-like meth
ods. During last year the county debt
was cut down $210,000, and there was
a saving of $117,000 in the actual opera
ting expenses, as compared with the
previous year under the Simon admin
istration. Frauds have been detected,
suits to uncover corrupt and illegal tax
settlements . have been prosecuted, the
books of the varlbus departments have
been experted and the public service has
been, greatly improved.
: In like manner the affairs of the city
have- been handled for the best inter-
eat of our cltlsens. During 1803 nearly
SO miles of pavement has-been laid in
the street of the city and nearly 70
miles of sidewalk, including some (0
miles of cement sidewalk These as
tonishing figures have but to be stated
to make 'it apparent that,' under the
present administration of the city, the
complaint that; was so universal prior
to the last election that Portland was
the worst paved city of Its site and
wealth In the union, can no longer Justly
by made. The value of the street lm-
- "A satisfied cus
tomer is a good advertisement.
Are the seeds with which we prop-
agate our business. Poor seed '
: would make a poor business. The
selection of our business seed has
4 been one of the greatest concern
- with us. That Is why our pianos
are so good. -, , We don't claim to
have the only good pianos In the
: world, but we do claim to have the
' cream of the best ones, - .'
. Of our customers Is generous In the
extreme and our statements regard
ing our plsnos and' our business are
.strictly within the confines of truth. :
OUR TERMS ARB VERT EASY. -,
Oldest, largest, Strongest
COR. SIXTH AND MORRISON STS
provements made during the year ex
ceeds that, of any other, similar period in
the history of the city. The rotten and
unsafe bridges and elevated roadways
that -the present city officials have had
to deal with are gradually being re
moved and restored; over 1J ml)es of
sewers have been laid'; aro lights, have
been substituted for incandescent lights
throughout the city; the street cleaning
and sprinkling have been handled ef
fectively for. the first, time In many
years; a paid fire department Is about
to be established; and throughout the
city departments, with the possible ex
ception of the police department, the
public - service . has been efficient and
Under this Republican administration,
a new Morrison street bridge, a new Al
blna ferry, a new Sell wood ferry and a
new fireboat nave been provided for,
and the new drydock is rapidly ap
proaching completion.' :
In all these great undertakings the
present Republican administration' has
kept the promise made prior to the last
election. No charge of corruption, mal
feasance or defalcation has been made,
and every' effort has been made to cor
rect the abuses, frauds and mismanage
ment that prevailed under former ad
ministrations. This committee, therefore, in a siting
the support of the citixens of Multno
mah county to the regular Republican
ticket at the primaries, does so with a
proud confidence that the record made
In the past gives assurance for the fu
ture, and that no unprejudiced Repub
lican Voter will find ground for oppo
sition to the party. " The election of
Senator Mitchell we consider the para
mount and most important issue to be
determined, and we sincerely hope that
all threats of opposition may prove un
founded and that the Republican party
will stand undivided and present a solid
front to the common i enemy. Respect
fully submitted, . ..; :
A. A. UULKl'KNEI.
, GUY C. WILLIS,
- T. C. POWELL,
J. W, MATHENA,
' THAD S. POTTER. '
, rttkh amrv xv two siti.
LkxitlT- Bromn Quinine TemoTe th. cn.
To set the semiine, run ror tne run Hume. xae.
None Reserved Short Work
ALrL, MUST GO I
CAUGHT BY POLICE
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EH KAT HOW SATS TIB BOX
COMMITTED TO ' THE XE70SU
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Twice within a week: Fred Doty, a
13-year-old boy of Salem, has fun away
from' home and now he Is in the city
Jail with the prospect of being sent to
the reform school. -
One day last week the lad disap
peared from Salem and two days , later
he was picked up by a Portland police
man In Albina. He said that he ran
away' because his father, , who is era
ployed in Bush's bank at Salem, did not
punish' htm in the manner he thought
was best He had worked his way to
Portland by stealing a ride and help
ing the locomotive fireman a portion
of the' distance. One night he slept in
the cab of a locomotive and Was pre
paring to go, east when apprehended.
"I want to sea the world," he ex
plained. "I haven't yet seen all I wish
and do not want .to return home." v
The police made arrangements for. the
lad's transportation back to Salem, and
his father wrote and thanked them for
what had been done. Fred reached home
last Saturday but he ran away again
Monday and that night Officer Price
picked; him up on Second street, word
having been sent here of the lad'a sec
ond escape. -
The father had written the local au
thorities to hold the. fugitive until
some one comes from Salem to take him
back. Feeling that he cannot control
the youngster, his father now threatens
to commit him to the reform school.
MAJUWB KOTES. '
(Journal Special Service.)
San Francisco, Jan. St. Sailed
Schooner Repeat, for Portland?
Arrived at 9 a. m. Steamer Alliance,
from . Portland.
Arrived at 10 a. m. Steamer Aurella,
from Portland. .
Astoria, Jan. 21. Sailed at 10 a. m.
Schooner W. F. Jewett, for Tacoma. .
Astoria, Jan. 21. No bar report; cape
line down. . - ! v
Weather at Astoria at 8 a. m.-r-Foggy;
wind east T, , '
San ' Francisco, Jan. 2 1. Arrived at
9:30 Steamer Prentiss. :f.-,. ,
San Francisco. Jan. 21. Arrived
Schooner Glendale. x :, ; : .
- CXTT BATTLES WXTK I.001.
t (JonfMl Special Bervlee. S.
MmAvIIId. Pa.: Jan. Jl. This city is
in the grasp of the most destructive
flmv in its ' history. A general fire
alarm was sounded at noon and the
entire department was called out to
save property. .
"I Can't Go
I've such a terrible - "headache," need
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Pain Pills quickly cure and positively
prevent headache and. all bodily pain.
No opiates, uoa-kxatlTC. never Mid In balk.
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CITY'S AVAILABLE '
CASH ON HAND
Statements compiled by City Auditor
Devlin and City Treasurer Werleln were
placed on file yesterday , at the - city
ball, showing the exact financial condi
tion of the city. The total available bal
ance now on hand aggregates 3328,837,
and the balance In the outstanding funds
amounts to 3332,412. The warrants
drawn for the municipal expenses from
January i to : 20 were divided as fol
lows: 4 ',:
General fund, $T,03"5; fire department
fund, $4,877 S police ' department, fund,
1794;. bonded - indebtedness fund, 331;
lighting fund. $4,620; street repair, fund,
X4,08; water runa. ii7,4Zj; -nrepoat
fund, 34,600.. - , , : -,
Available balances General fund,
$100,403;. fire department fund, 210,996;
police department fund, $10,079; bonded
indebtedness fund, $1,339; light fund,
$12,358; street repair fund, $16,378;
water fund, 399,950; park fund. $11,301;
fireboat fund, $46,406; Sell wood, ferry
fund, $11,624; total, $328,837. -City
Treasurer Werlein's report shows
the balances in the several outstanding
funds to be: General, $103,686; fire de
partment $16,772; police, $10,427; street
repair, 316,384; bonded Indebtedness in
terest $2,989; lighting, $12,358; fireboat,
$46,406; water $101,853; park, $11,409:
Sellwood ferry. $15,624; total, $332,412.
LEFT THE BENCH
TO HARRY COUPLE
The wheels of Justice were stopped
for a few minutes yesterday afernoon,
while Lorenzo Walllngford of this city
and Miss Rose Kindred of Astoria wero
united in the bonds of matrimony by
Justice Reed. ' '
During the afternoon the court list
ened to a case of assault and battery,
but the proceedings were stopped by a
message from the clerk's office. The
Judge excused . himself, went to hla
private office and in a short time the
happy couple came forth as Mr, ana
Mrs. Walllngford. v
Previous obstacles : had delayed the
wedding, and the young couple was de
termined that there should be no fur
ther procrastination. Some . time ago
the wedding was set, but the bride's
brother took ill and with a sisterly love
she had the marriage postponed in order
to nurse him back to health. Tester
day she came to Portland, where her
future husband niet her,, They drove
to the courthouse for a license fend im
mediately repaired to the Justice's of
fice, where they were made ne.s .. ' "
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PORTLAND BUSINXS3 COLLECK
: 9AMX AHB WASHZHOTOH.
A. V. ABJtSTmOHO, LL M, VrteslpsJ.
Judge M.' M. Godman of Dayton,
Wash., is registered at the Perkins.
" James H. Hyde Of the University of
Oregon" is in the. city.;:' : :?:.;''; -'S
John Cunningham, a contractor of
Walla' Walla, is visiting in Portland,
; TO Oni A COLD ZH OHB SAT.
Take Laxative Brome Qninlne Tublata, , An
drurrtata refund tbe money if it falls to ears
K. W. Grova's altnatur is on each W. Sba.