The Oregon daily journal. (Portland, Or.) 1902-1972, February 25, 1904, Page 3, Image 3

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    TIIE OREGON DAILY -JOTTRNAL, PORTLAND, THURSDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 25. 1904.
A STRONG IAN WHO
.WILL LEAD-RUSSIA
Kouropatkiiy the Russian Minister of War, Is
"--- Considers! One of the Most Able of . the
WMd's Generals His Life
' i (Journal fceclat Service.)
London Feb. 25. Gen. Alexel Nlcho
. iairtch Kouropattln, the Russian mioia
ter of war, who is directing the opera
' tlons against fie Japanese, la .easily
Russia's foremt fighter, . The best au
thorltles of Jurope ,; concede that . no
, one In the entie world Is better equipped
- In every branch of military knowledge,
x Educated &j the theory of arms at the
best of the Russian military schools,
. -trained to -Vractloe undec-the greatest
' of modern -iussian warriors,. Gem Mik-
. hael 8kobelt he made glorious eeord
In every important Russian- war since
1&6, and forked his way up from sub
lieutenant 'in that year to the, command
Of the army in 1897.. .
. f Bis Decorations. - -.
lie hoi received more decorations than
any one breast could wear at any one
time. : He was born on March 17, 1848,
- and obtained a. commission as sub-lieu
tenantin the Turkestant rifles when he
- was only ,18.. .After the brilliant Turk
eetnnt campaign which added to Russia's
Aslatio possessions, Kouropatkln re
turned to--St Petersburg lieutenant,
to continue - his military studies. ..In
. 1871, as the most brilliant graduate of
the academy of the general staff," he
was sent abroad to study military conditions-in
various European countries.
In France President McM&hon Invited
him to take part in the maneuvers at
, let. Here, he displayed such strategic
ability that he was decorated with the
cross of the Legion of Honor, being the
first Russian to win that distinction., ,
When war with Turkey broke out In
" 1877, Kouropatkln was summoned back
to Russia. Constantinople was to be
taken Between Russia and Constan
tinople lay three great barrlers-the
river Danube, the Turkish strongholds
In Bulgaria and the Balkan mountains.
The first barrier was passed with ease.
Oman Pasha had been hurrying from
Wlddlln with 60,000 trained soldiers.
Reading that he was too late to defend
the river he threw his' entire force into
Plevna, thus menacing the line the Rus
sians must follow from the Danube to
REPUBLICANS OF
POLK STIRRED UP
pbosectotibo ATTOBWET BABT
SAID TO HAVB TEXNQS AGAINST
BUS THAT MAT IBTEBTEBB WITS
HIS BEKOMUfATIOHT THB GOB
BE OAKBUBO CASB RECALLED.
,v (Journal Special Service.
TnArwruinr. Or.. Feb. . 25. The DO-
lltlcal., cauldrpn Is approaching fever
heat In Polk county, ana the candidates
who are willing to become heroes of
j self-sacr Iflce for their country's cause
, re tfegion. But Ih Polk' county each
party has to place in the field Its best
' -: men, for no great difference In the
strength of the two parties is noticeable.
. The Republican have a weak candi
' date in the present prosecuting attorney,
Hon.. J. kN, Hart, of. this county, and
many believe that Hayter or Jeffries
could easily win at the polls If pitted
.against him, but some are of the opln
lorf that McNary, Wyatt or Eddy will
come into the convention with strong
support. The prosecuting attorneyship
is an office that has a long list of public
records back of it. and it Is stated that
some of the old Democratic war horsefe
of this county are hovering over these
: records with thumb marks planted upon
many little sections which' they may
quote In campaign time. If Hart should
receive the re nomination. One states
that there Is a mine of campaign ma
terial in the case of "State of Oregon vs.
Burt Oorden." This was the case ef a
row between the shufflers of the cellu
loids on the green cloth In the glided
palaces where the Kentucklan takes his
morning draught. Baldy . GUdner was
the complaining witness In the case and
It is stated that he had charge of one
" of the principal gambling games at Dal
las, and some state that he still conducts
his game.
Gave Oorden Money.
This man stated that he gave Gor
' den money to go Into business with, and
that at different times he had given
something over 1100 to Gorden for this
purpose. Gorden came to Independence
" and opened up a game of Twentycone
in one of the saloons here, where he
made and lost money, so he stated on
the stand at the preliminary. It seems
hat after the game had been -running
for some time, the harmony that usual
ly exists between men of the same call
. ing became ruffled, and Gorden went to
rn11s to iMe his two frln1n, CWrtnor
Makes Work
Portland People are Pleas
ed to Learn How ;
it, Is Done.
It's pretty hard to attend to duties
with a constantly aching back: with
annoying . urinary disorders. Doan's
kidney Pills make work easier. They
'cure every kidney ill, - : -
George Rutter, who is employed with
. the Oregon Railroad & Navigation com
pany, and resides at 291 Second street,
says: "I had more or less trouble with
my kidneys for a year or more. My back
bothered me with sore, irritating pala
Doan's Kidney Pills we're recommended
.'to- me, and I got a box at the Laue
Davls Drug company's store, corner of
Yamhill and Third streets. I .. com
menced to. use them as directed, and to
my surprise when I had taken about
half the . box the pain left my t back.
Every, kidney sufferer should know about
Doan's Kidney Pills." ,
. For sale , by all - dealers. Price, 60c.
Mailed . by Foster-Mllburn Co., Buffalo,
N. Y., sole agents for the United Spates.
Remember ' the name, . DOAN'S, and
take no ubstlt,ute. ,
Easier
the Balkans. It was a brilliant strategic
move, for until Osman was dislodged no
forward move could be made by the main
army 1 of the Russians. Twice they
hurled ' themselves' against Plevna, ; and
were twice repulsed with great slaughter.-
. -J;''-- v-; "i t '--. ; ;- ?
Between Plevna' and Shlpka pass lay
Lochva, held by 15,000 - Turks. This
stronghold must fall before both wings
of the Russian army could close in upon
Plevnafikobele(t and Kouropatkln were
dispatched against it. : After three days
Of hard fighting, Lochva was captured.
and the third attack on Plevna : was
begun. It raged furiously for five days,
but ended . In another repulse of the
Russians. , '
r ought Bid 'by Side. '
. Skobeleff and Kouropatkln fought side
by side, during those' bloody days and
were frequently precipitated into -hand'
to-hand conflicts with the enemy. Their
most terrible experiences were on Sep
tember . 11 and 13. Skobeleff assaulted
one of three Turkish redoubts on Ure'en
Hill and carried it within an hour, but
with a loss of 8,000 men. The redoubt
was imperfectly constructed, and . left
Skobeleff exposed to fire on three sides.
The .Turks saw the. opportunity - and
made & sortie. ' Thereupon Colonel Kour
opatkln, the only officer on Skobeleffs
Staff who had not fallen, rushed to meet
them In the open with some 300 men. A
desperate fight at short range ensued.
Kouropatkln's little band was . almost
entirely cut to pieces, but not until it
had driven the Turk back into their
redoubt. . During the day Kouropatkln
received three ' wounds, but he never
ceased fighting until the victory was as
sirred. - .-. ...v
Such - is the man against whom the
Japs will have to contend when the real
land. fighting between the belligerents
begins in earnest. A consummate strat
egist, and with a determination to meet
and overcome every obstacle, the Rut
stan minister of war, In the opinion of
British i military authorities, can be
counted upon to' contest every Inch of
Manchuria against the Japanese forces.
and .Wilkinson, who were understood to
be partners in the business, and one
Coleman was left in charge of the game.
After the consultation Gorden returned
to Independence,' and Gorden took charge
of the game again, and told Coleman
that everything was all right and that
night at the untimely , hour of 12. or
about that, time, he betook himself to
greener- pasture, presumably en- route
to Cottage Grove. But at Salem he was
arrested, returned to Independence, tried
before Justice Wilson on a charge of
stealing money, the sum of 162.60 was
found on his person, which the records
In the Justice court state were alleged to
have been stolen. He was bound over.
the crime was grand larceny under the
information by the state laws, and pun
lshable by Imprisonment in the pen!
tentlary. He failed to secure ball. wa&J
placed in the county jail, and was
boarded for a week by the sheriff of
Folk county. During that time, through
some mysterious influence, in some mys
terious manner, and for some mysterious
cause, the defendant was persuaded, or
persuaded himself, that it was advisable
under the circumstances to plead guilty
of petty larceny, and this appearing sat
isfactory to the parties prosecuting, he
was accused of stealing something in the
neighborhood of $35 only. This crime is
punishable by a fine, and this- was fixed
at $50 and costs, estimated at - more
than 1100. Gorden was returned to Jail,
kept there for two or three days, and
then secured hi liberty. The questions
that are now being asked are: Who
paid his fine? and how did it happen that
he was not tried for stealing 8(2.50 or
more? and other questions of a like na
ture. At the Trial.
At the trial at Independence many
swore they were running gambling
games. Some would not answer those
incriminating questions, some would not
answer when asked what the business
was that they advanced money to Gorden
to go into, and a listener stated that
the prosecuting attorney said that they
could incriminate themselves If they
wanted to, or some words that he
thought had that meaning. But the
defendant, said that he was running a
gambling game, and that he was given
money to gamble with, that he had a
partner hired to assist him in gambling,'
that others were as deep in the mire as
he was In the mud, and many other
statements of a similar nature. And the
spectators said that a person coming
Into a court of Justice to seek private
remedies should come in with clean
hands, and some had the temerity to
insinuate that there was evidence enough
brought out to cause others to be prose
cuted for gambling, and some even
stated that the case looked corrupt to
them. ,
What i was the Immediate result of
the ease? I am told that all of the
gambling houses in Dallas and Independ
ence closed up their games until After
the circuit court met And some have
been asking who notified them to close,
or did they close through respect to the
poor gambler whom they had under lock
and key at Dallas" for stealing, or was it
from fear of punishment for the trans
gression of the lawsT Some even state
that the prosecuting attorney went
around and notified some of the saloons
that their : games must be closed, but
we don t believe he would publicly rec
ognise that there was a publto game
in existence. .
This Is the story of a history of a
crime and shows how Justice was ad
ministered In Polk county, and some say
that tnia material would make good
campaign literature when the fight Is
ort. Some of the Republicans have
state that they hope It will not have to
be used. ,
CHRISTIAN SCIENTISTS
IN NEW QUARTERS
Next Sunday for the first time the
First Church .of Christ. Scientist will
hold services In its new quarters. The
church building, 14 Twenty-third street
north, is too small to accommodate tho
growing congregation. To relieve the
pressure the trustees, by an arrange
ment approved by the congregation, en
gaged the lower hall of the Scottish
Rite Cathedral, at Morrison and Lowns
dale streets. ' Two services on Sunday
and the .Wednesday, night prayer-meeting
will be held in this hall. Special
music will be a feature of the opening
services next Sunday. Miss Barstow will
sing solos and Mrs. William Reed will
play the organ.
Preferred Stock Caaaed Goods. -.
Alien & Lewis' Beat Brand,
"They are naonty.
makers. " :
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A' mass meeting was held last even
ing in Firemen's hall, Sellwood, by the
residents for the purpose of taking
steps towards urging the . Portland
Woolen mills to rebuild their factor
which was recently destroyed - by fire.
A mass meeting was also held at St
Johns for the same purpose. St. Johns
has made a strong bid for the factory.
This site and' that of Sellwood. the two
which are being seriously considered
by the management although a number
of other offers have been made. The
company has been offered a subsidy Of
$25,000 to leave Portland. E. L. Thomp
son, manager of the Portland Woolen
mills, said this morning that the . com
pany wanted to do what was best by
the people of Sellwood, but that no defin
ite conclusions in regard to the , mat
ter will be reached for some time.
D. M. Donaugh, president of the local
board of trade, presided at the Sell
wood meeting. In a brief . address he
set forth the seriousness of the sltu
atlon. "We must not allow -the plant
to go elsewhere," said Mr. Donaugh.
"It was located here first because of
the advantages we were able to pre
sent. The owners made a success of
their enterprise, and this Justified their
wisdom in selecting Sellwood. I do
not know what the company desires as
a condition for rebuilding, but I be
lieve we can meet any Just conditions."
A committee of five, consisting of
Edward Curtis, D. M. Donaugh, J. M.
Nlckum, A. N. Wills, John W. Camp
bell and J. F. Klrchem. was appointed
to find out from the company what con
ditions must be fulfilled in order to have
the factory rebuilt '
The employes of the company ten
dered a vote of thanks to the board of
trade for starting the movement '
. A meeting of the citizens of Mllwau
kle will be held this evening In Wood
men of the World hall. The meeting
has been called by Mayor William
Schindler for the purpose of making an
effort towards securing the Portland
Woolen mills for that place. R. Church,
who owns the old Standard mill prop
erty, controls water power rights
amounting . to about 150 horse power,
and about 12 acres of land, has made ,
an offer to the mill company.
DAY OF PRAYER
FOR MISSIONS
An interdenominational prayer meeting
will be held this afternoon in the lec
ture room of the First Presbyterian
church at 2 o'clock, by the Evangelical
churches of the city. The day has been
set apart as a day of humiliation and
prayer for1 missions. Mrs. W. 8. Ladd,
president of the Women's North Pa
cific Presbyterian Board of Missions,
will preside at the meeting. Mrs. W. 8.
Holt has charge of the arrangements.
Taking; Be Ohaaoea. ,
From the Columbus Dispatch.
"I saw a fine pair of ear mufffers
about the house the other day and will
hunt them up so you can wear them dur
lng the next cold snap," remarked a lov
ing wife, who believed that her husband
was free from bad habits.
"Don't exert yourself, my dear, I beg
of you, for' I would not wear them even
If you found them. I wore them once
and paid the penalty for the folly."
"What penalty did you, payT" inquired
the loving wife. -"A
friend asked me to take a drink
and I could not hear him."
That ended the conversation until the
Shades of evening fell, when there was
a curtain lecture.
FOR EXCELLENT REASONS,
MINISTER You seem U b glad to
have me visit your horn.
YOUNQ HOPEFUL Yes, lr. where
tvtr you comt we havs a bullydinner.
0 PETIT
FOR
NEW
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THE ALLIANCE OF
7 KOREA AND JAPAN
Remarkable Diplomatic Hove Which Causes Sur
prise to the PowersResults May Be Ifraw
ing of- France1 Into Action
(Beirt Special Berrlce.)
Washington, D. C, Feb. 25. -Korea
and Japan have entered Into a, surpris
ing alliance. Japan guarantees Korea's
independence and integrity. She ' re
ceived In return the right .to operate her
military forces at will within the hermit
kingdom. Tfhat Japan will get the con
sent of the emperor to fortify Ma Sam
pho. commanding the strait of Korea,
Is considered certain., The state depart
ment today received Its first information
of this alliance through United . States
Minister Allen at Seoul. It came as -a
surprise to nearly every one In Wash
ington. .. Further , details are eagerly
awaited. 7'.; -'."',;;'-"
The consummation of this alliance Is
generally regarded as a death warrant
of Korean independence If Russia is
victorious in the present war. In such
event Russia doubtless will occupy Ko
rea and make It ft Russian province.
The emperor of Korea declared neu
trality several weeks ago. ; Alliance, with
Japan nullifies neutrality. Russia has
already protested to thfr powers against
the Japanese attack on Russian ships in
Chemulpo, a neutral harbor. Count
Casslnl, the Russian ambassador, con
veyed this protest to Secretary Hay. The
alliance has been in practical effect for
JUDGE SAYS
ODORS
"As I came down to the court this
mornina- I smelled the same aromatic
airs floating from the city Jail," re
marked Municipal Judge Hogue, Just
before the mill of Justice began to
grind. "But while the odors are bad
enough, I am thankful that no smallpox
has been reported among the prisoners."
Judge Hogue says that -something
should be done toward cleaning up the
city's prison.
"When prisoners come out of that
foul hole, the airs they bring with them
SHAVE A REPUBLICAN;
LO. A DEMOCRAT
No, the story of Dr. JekylTAnd Mr.
Hyde Is not being enacted with Portland
instead of Soho square, the scene of Mr.
Hyde's operations. Willams Jennings
Bryan is still In Nebraska. The person
to whom attention is here drawn is At
torney C. M. Idleman, who is being
warmly saluted by Democrats p.owa-
Mr. Idleman entered the state circuit
court room yesterday and rose to ad
dress the court in connection with an
ex parte proceeding. He had spoken but
a few words when Presiding Judge Cle
land politely inquired if he were attor
ney of record in the case.
"Certainly," answered Idleman, look
ing bewildered.
NEW ROAD FOR
AGENT GORHAM
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L. B. Gorham. general agent ef the
Rock Island and 'Frisco systems, hag.
received notice of his appointment to
the 'general agency of the Chicago
Eastern Illinois. General Passenger
Agent. W. H. Richardson of this road
has notified Mr. Gorham that taking
effect with the notification he will handle
in his territory all business for the Chi
cago & Eastern Illinois,.,
This line Is the connecting link be
tween the terminals of the Rock Island
and the 'Frisco systems. It connects
with the Rock Island at Chicago and
with the 'Frisco at Grays Point, 100
miles or so south of 8t Louis. The
line also runs to Terra Haute and La
Crosse and will enable the Rock Island
to route business from Chicago over
several new routes and to compete much
more directly 'with eastern and trans
continental lines.
The Chicago & Eastern Illinois is also
building a direct line from Chicago to
St. Louis, which will be completed prob
ably this year. It cuts off from the
present line above Shelbyvtlle, Ind.r and
enters Into direct competition with the
Wabash, Chicago tt Alton and Illinois
Central in the Chlcago-8t Louis field,
In the near future. Rock Island officials
nay, the direct line of the Rock Island
between St Louis and Kansas City will
be completed and the Rock Island sys
tem will be able to compete much more
directly with eastern roads for a share
of the through business than It has be
fore. With the addition of the Chicago
A Eastern Illinois to the lines already
represented by him. Mr. Goddard has
more than 10,000 miles of railroad sys
tem Included In his program, the 'Frisco
system, ofwhich the Chicago tt Eastern
Illinois was a part -. Including 6,074
miles.
OPEN SEWER UNTIL
THE RIVER FALLS
The cave-In of the sewer main at
Sixteenth and Alder streets, occasioned
by the recent heavy rains, cannot be
completely repaired until' the high water
In the Willamette goes down. City En
gineer Elliott said: .
"Wo have the loose earth cleared away
and the sewer Is in working" order, ex
cept that it Is open. The break occurred
at a fill and leaves a hole about 40
feet square. At least 1.004 yards of
earth' was carried away by the break."
The Alder street sewer at the point
where the damage occurred Is. six feet
in diameter. - - .
DO T0V TAKB ZCB '
DO TOCT USB COAI.
If so, remember the Crystal Zoo
storage Co. . mono. East gttv
at least a fortnight " Pavlov, the Rus
sian minister at Seoul, was Invited to
leave by the Japanese. H eventually
learned that Korea could not or would
not protect him, SO he-proceeded with
his legation staff to Shanghai. Appar
ently the Influence of Tt Yong Ik, the
famous Russian protege over the em
peror of Korea, has been weakened. . All
powers have tacitly recognised that Ko
rea would be a part of the battleground
in this war. A determined effort by Ko
rea to maintain her own neutrality
would possibly have occasioned 'a tend
ency by the powers to prolong her "inde
pendence after the war. There is much
anxiety to see how Russia's ally, France,
will aocept this Oriental alliance against
Russia ' i
The Japanese are expected to under
take the control of the Korean army,
which can easily be recruited up to a
strength . of - 30,600 men. Officered by
Japanese, this force might be a sufficient
menace to Russia' to cause France to
protest that the principle of confining
the struggle to the two powers Russia
and Japan was being violated. -The
note which Hay sent to the powers in
dicated that the purpose of uniting for
the preservation of China's integrity
was to prevent that power being In
volved. JAIL
ARE AWFUL
are far worse than the odor that one
enjoys while standing on the lee side
of an onion patches a windy day. I
am sorry forthtf men and boys who
have to sped a day or more in that
hole, because many of them like to keep
clean.
"One thing is sure, if something is
not done toward cleaning up or tearing
down the city Jail, the Insects and bugs
that inhabit the place set aside for
prisoners will occupy all the space and
the arrested men will have to be sent
elsewhere."
Inthe meantime everybody else In the
courtroom was gaslng attentively at the
lawyer.
"Must be a relative of Bryan," ten
tatively whispered a Blackstonlan, co
vertly nudging the man sitting next
him. 1 - i.
"I am gure I know that man," said
another, addressing Arthur C Spencer,
ue assistant prosecuting attorney.
The secret of he remarkable resem-
uikiiuv caw uui kauierwara. Attorney
xaieman, -wnne suirenng zrom a lapse
or reason,: as ne expresses it, shaved
off his mustache. He Is' a Republican,
but it is a If to 1 bet that he could col
lect Bryan's bills.
SEEKS TO RECOVER
ON ASSIGNED NOTE
Suit was filed in the state elrcutt
court .this morning by the Merchants'
Investment tt Trust company to recover
on an assigned note for if 0,000, exe
cuted by Frank and A. Hacbeny In
favor of the Merchants' National bank
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Besides the offer -of', our famous $3
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special make at $3, which we
boldly announce that it cannot be
duplicated elsewhere less than $3.50
Ijeoeoae ef tmprered faenitiea. Oaperie
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l&c ' arlthmetla, correspondence, com
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forms, shorthand, typewriting, efloe
work, eie. Hundreds of oar graduates
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at work for others as bookkeepers aad
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PORTLAND BUSmxSS COLLKCX
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When you can get the best work for
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ill DEKUM BUILDING.
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Sixth and Morrison Streets, Opposite Postofflee.
on July t, ItOL It Is alleged that $4,000
principal was paid on October , 1901,
and 169 interest on July 29, 1901. This
action is to recover $8,000 principal.
Interest at' I per cent from July It,
1901, and an attorney's fee of 1760.
OZUZAK OOVBTT COAX
Coal will he provided from Oregon
mines in various localities In the near
future. Of the coal mines south of
Fossil the Journal says: "Development
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-Established 1197.
TamfcUl and Eleventh Streets.
has eeased for the present, the owners
having tunneled far enough Into - the
mountain to make sure that coal la there
In abundance. - An Immense coal seam,
plainly visible and Increasing from the
tunnel's mouth, seems to penetrate the
mountain for miles and miles being
easily traced around the hillside by even
a novice In such matters. Machinery
will be hauled out In a few weeks and
coal mining commenced la earnest with
a large force of men."
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