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THE OREGON DAILY JOURNAL, PORTLAND. THURSDAY EVENING. DECEMBER i, 1904.
POPE PIUS CROWNS
THE VIRGIN'S STATUE
Solemn Ceremony in St. Peter's
at the Feast of the Immac
CATHOLICS THE WORLD
Aureole of Cold Set with Pre
cious Stones Placed on Stat
ue a Thing of Price.
(Journal Special Bertlee.)
Rom. Dec. S. Thar was a magnifi
cent spectacle. In St. Peter's today on
the occasion of the celebration of the
jubilee of the proclamation of the im
maculate conception. Observances In
connection with the jubilee have been
tn progress for a month or more, and
the celebration reached a glorious cli
max today with the celebration of the
yiapal mass In St. Peter's, followed by
the solemn crowning by Plus X of the
mosaic picture of "Our Lady" In the
The Interior of the vast basilica was
Illuminated and adorned with magnifi
cent hangings, and the building waa
filled with a great Concourse of people.
Including all the pontifical dignitaries.
diplomats and the Roman nobility. From
all parts of the Catholic world prelates
and priests had Journeyed hither to par
ticipate In the celebration. From the
United States there was present a pil
grimage of more than 1.000 lay member
of the church, headed by a distinguished
delegation of churchmen that Included
Bishop O'Donnell of Brooklyn, Bishop
Chatard pf Indianapolis, President Mor
rlssey of Notre Dame university and a
number of others.
Ililtari troops kept order In the square
In front of St. Peter's, while the pontifi
cal bodyguard was stationed within the
Pope Pius, attired In his state robes.
was borne on the sedla gestatorla at
the head of an Imposing procession.
composed of the entire papal court, 600
patriarchs, cardinals, archblahops and
bishops. A roar of cheering rose from
the multitude on the pope's appearance.
but the applause was quickly hushed
by the guards. When the cortege reached
the choir the pope alighted, took his
seat on the pontifical throne, and the
cardinals and other ecclesiastics massed
around him. The solemn ceremony of
the papal mass was then proceeded with.
A feature of the impressive ceremonies
was the singing of Perosl's new cantata.
Crowned With Diamonds',
The crowning of the mosaic picture
of "Our Lady" followed the celebration
of the papal mass, exactly SO years
ago today, Immediately after the mass
In which the dogma of the Immaculate
conception was 'defined, Pius IX set a
rich crown on this Image, but the new
crown placed there today by Pope Plus
X is vastly more precious. It consists
of 1). huge stars, formed of hundreds
of precious stones, and united by an
I auerole of solid gold.
The jewels were contributed by Catho
lics from all over the world, especially
by the sodalities of the .Children of
Mary, the pope himself presenting' the
largest and most valuable diamonds,
taking them from several rings and
tiaras left by the lata pope. The crown,
which la said to be worth several hun
dred thousand dollars, waa made by the
pontifical Jeweler, who spent several
months on tlx work. After the Imsge
of the virgin had been crowned by the
pope a solemn Te Oeum was sung, the
whole congregation joining In the re
sponses with the special choir. The
music throughout the functloa was un
der the charge of Abbe Perosl and strict
ly Gregorian, to comply with the per
sonal wishes of the pop.
An interesting feature in connection
with the present Jubilee celebration has
been somewhat overshadowed by the
brilliant ceremonies In St. Peter's. This
is the "Marian congress now in prog
ress in the vast Church of the Twelve
Apostles, and In the halls of the Can
cellarla and the Roman seminary. All
countries of the civilised world are rep
resented in the congress and also In
the Marian exposition, which ocouples
the eight large halls on the firstfloor
of the Lateran palace.
History of Festival.
The festival of the Immaculate con
ception of the blessed virgin Is traceable
In the Greek church from the end of
the fifth century, and in the Latin dates
from the seventh century. A great con
troversy prevailed for a long time in
the west as to whether and in what
sense the conception of the blessed vir
gin Mary was to be held Immaculate,
and In what sense the blessed virgin
herself was to be held conceived without
sin. In the end, at the Instance of
bishops In various parts of the church.
Pope .Pius IX addressed a circular io
the bishops of each nation calling for
their opinion and that of their people
aa to tho faith of the church on the
On the receipt of replies all but abso
lutely unanimous, the pope Issued a
solemn decree In Rome. In a numerous
council of bishops, on December 8, 1854,
declaring the doctrine to be an article
of Catholic belief, and proposing it as
such to the universal church. On the
promulgation of this dogma, which has
been accepted throughout the Catholic
world, churches named after the im
maculate conception aprang up In the
United States first, and afterwards
throughout Christendom generally.
On the occasion, 60 years ago, when
the doctrine was formerly declared, tab
lets were placed in St. Peter's recording
the names of all the cardinals and
bishops who took psrt In the council.
Of all these hundreds the last survivor
was the late Pope Leo XIII, .whose namo
occurs on the list far down among the
I cardinals of the time. The late pops
was looking forward eagerly to the Jub
loe celebration. In which, however, ho
was to be denied taking part by the
hand of death.
IN CITY OFFICES
Council, Aroused by Charges of
Corruption, Appoints In
GEORGETOWN S NEW BUTEDINOB.
I THE VALUE OF CHARCOAL
I Tew People Know Mow Useful it is In
masoning Health and Beauty.
Nearly everybody knows that char-'
Icoal Is the safest una mosi emcieni ais-
Ilnfectant and purifier in nature, but
few realise its value when taken Into
the human system for the same cleans
('harcoal Is a remedy that the more
you take of it the better; it Is not a
drug at all. but simply absorbs the
gases and Impurities always present
In the stomach and intestines and car
ries them out of the system.
Charcoal sweetens the breath after
smoking, drinking or after eating onions
and other ouorous vegeiaDiee.
Chnrcoai effectually clears ana im
nrnvns the comDlexlon. It whitens the
teeth snd further acts as a natural and
eminently sale cathartic.
It almiirha the inlurious cases which
collect In the stomach and bowels: It
idlsinfects the mouth and throat from
the poison or catarrn.
All druealsts sell charcoal In one
form or another, but probably the beet
I h.nvniil and the moat for the money
Es In Stuart's Charcoal Losenges; they
re composed of the nnest powdered
RVlllow charcoal, and other narmless
ntlseptlcs In tablet form, or rather in
he form of large, pleasant tasting los
nges. the charcoal being mixed with
The dallv use of these loxenges will
irton tell In a much Improved condition
.r the nn.r.l health, better complex -
on, sweeter breath and purer blood.
nl the beauty or it is, tnat no possime
larm can result from their continued
ise but on the contrary, great benefit.
A Buffalo physician, tn speaking of
he benefit of charcoal, says: "1
dvlse Stuart's Charcoal Loxengos to all
ntients suffering from gas in stomach
n,i howels. mid to clear the complex-
on and purify the breath, mouth and
liront; I also neneve me liver is greaiiy
eneflted hv the dally use of them:
Kay cost but twenty-nve cents a box at
Irug stores, and although tn some sense
i patent preparation, yet I believe I
et more e mi wnw wtnii mi .it ct.it
rt's Charcoal Lozenges than In any of
he ordinary rhstcoal tablets.
(Jottrul Suet-Ul HrrTlce.l
Washington. D. C, Dec. 8. George
town university, one of the leading
Catholic educational Institutions of
America, today celebrated the Jubilee of
the dogma of the Immaculate conception
by dedicating its magnificent new re
fectory and dormlntory buildings. The
dedication was participated In by many
prominent churchmen of Washington.
Baltimore and other citlea. The new
refectory and dormitory cost I1J6.000,
and is four stories In height. The large
dining-rooms on the first floor are fin
ished witli costly Egyptian marble and
Scagllola wainscoting, while the ceilings
are decorated by eminent artists.
WILL RUN DOWN ALL
(Joerasl Special Service.)
Washington. D. C. Dec. . A state
ment has been Issued by the Interior de
partment in which It Is declared that all
conspirators In land frauds are to be
prosecuted, regardless of their positions.
The statement says:
The conviction In Portland1, Or., yes
terday of five persons for land frauds,
which will be followed next week by the
trial of several others Indicted for the
same of reuse. Is but another step toward
the consummation of the policy entered
upon by the secretary of the Interior
when It became known nearly three
years sgo that frauds were being per
petrated In connection with the public
lands, to run down and prosecute the
guilty ones to the full extent of the law
without regard to their position in life.
The department has encountered many
obstacles while, engaged In this work, but
has moved steadily onward and has had
the hearty assistance and co-operation
of the department of Justice In bring
ing the land criminals to Justice.
"These frauds hsve been more far
reaching than the country has suspected
and the task of unearthing them and se
curing the necessary proofs has been a
difficult one. but there has been no
abatement of the Intention to overcome
nil difficulties and secure the convic
tion of the land thieves. No one will
be shielded, whether high or low, and
the work of prosecution will be vigor
ously carried on."
BBUTX8H OOIiVMXIA MILLS CLOSE.
TWO WILL EXAMINE THE
Stuffing of Payrolls to Receive
Immediate Attention, as Will
Purchases of Property.
Members of the city council are de
termined to probe the alleged Irregulari
ties in tie city engineer's office to the
bottom. Two additional committees of
Investigation were appointed yesterday
afternoon at the council meeting. Both
will consider the engineer's department.
Councilman C. E Rumelln introduced
a resolution appointing A. F. Flegel, H.
R. Albee and D. T. Sherrett to Investi
gate the alleged stuffing of payrolls.
The resolution also called for an In
vestigation of the reports that the city
survey parties are working for private
individuals. Councilman Albee aaked to
he excused, but the council would not
consent to it.
Another committee, consisting of
Councilman L Zimmerman, C. K. Rume
lln and B. D. Slglar, was appointed ' on
resolution of Councilman Whiting to In
vestigate all materials purchased for
the city by the different departments,
and the manner in which they are kept.
The resolution stated that it is rumored
that the city officials have been very lax
In taking care of the city property and
In making purchases.
The ordinance to paint the telephone,
electric light and telegraph poles within
the cement sidewalk district was passed.
Councilman Fred Merrill's resolution
to increase the salaries of the police de
partment and adopt a graduated scale
was referred to the ways and means
A proposed barbers' ordinance failed
to pass. It was argued that there is a
state law covering the points named in
the proposed ordinance.
The petition to grant a new telephone
franchise to C K. Sumner of Los
Angeles was referred to the street committee.
This Store is a Veritable Bazaar of
Nothing else is as desirable or attractive, nothing else makes
as much show, nothing else lasts as long a monument of
the good will of the giver as a pretty piece of furniture.
AT i THEATRES.
Laughter at the Columbia.
When the audience sees Mr. Baume
turn the hose on Mr. Bloomqulst at the
end of the second act of "Mistakes Will
Happen' a( the Columbia theatre, a
shout of laughter goes up. The famous
knot hole scene In this play, where two
wives and two husbands, who have ex
changed partners, and are chasing each
other around a luxurious stable in sus
picion and fear. Is one of the liveliest
and most laughable scenes in any farce
comedy. It is greeted with hilarious
applause at the Columbia at every per
formance, and the whole play has made
good with the public In the moat decided
"The Prodigal Daughter" la now In
preparation for the next bill at the Co
lumbia theatre, beginning with the reg
ular matinee next Sunday. This will be
one of the most elaborate and expen
sive productions yet produced In stock,
and utilise) the entire strength of the
company, besides employs many extra
Grand Assortment in Our
No other store could offer a more
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gathered in one grand display in this
big store. Come in and see how
nicely we are now, after the altera
tions and enlargement. We can show
you about to a better advantage and
handle your business just to suit you.
"The Billionaire" at the Columbia.
The big musical comedy event of the
season will be the engagement of
Thomas Q. Seabrooke in Harry B. Smith
and Quatave Kerker's spectacular musi
cal comedy novelty, "The Billionaire,"
at the Columbia theatre next Thursday
night and Friday afternoon. The or
ganisation Is composed of 100 people,
and is under the direction of Klaw
"The Billionaire" Is described as a
very clever satire on the new fad of
the phenomenally wealthy man that
It Is a disgrace to die rich and ran for
four months with phenomenal success
at Daly's theatre. New York, last sea
son. As a production It Is said to be
(Special DUpitrh to The Journal.)
Vancouver, B. C, Dec. Six lumber
mills In British Columbia have ceased
operations as a result of the depression
existing' In the Industry on account of
the dumping of a large quantity of lum
ber on the northwest market by a l'liget
sound mill and many more mills will
shut down this week.
Advance Sale Tomorrow.
"Zaaa." conceded by all critics to be
Florence Roberts' best achievement,
will be her opening bill at the Marquam
Grand on Monday night, and Judging
by the number of Inquiries for seats the
play Is just ss popular today as It was
when she produced It here several years
ago. "Zaaa" will be repeated on Tues
day night. "Teas of the D'Nebervllles"
on Wednesday night, "The Adventure of
Lady Ursula" Thursday night, Ibsen's
play, "A Doll's House." Friday night and
Saturday afternoon, snd "Marta of the
Lowlands" Saturday night. The advance
sale for all performances opens tomor
row morning at the box office.
Special Credit Arrangement
for Christmas Gifts
Buy what you want now, hare it sent
to whom you please at Christmas
time and then pay us at your conven
ience. This is our own system.
Heretofore it has been impossible to
secure easy terms of accommodation
on goods not sent to your own home.
It allows a full expression of the
beautiful Christmas sentiment at a
time when your cash resources are
being so heavily drawn upon.
to Buy Your
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Clraus. who are masquerading aa "Foxy
grandpa and the two bad boys" at the
Htar theatre this week. Is clever, while
It is comical with comedy , work that
will recall to every youngster the praka
of their favorites of the Illustrated
papers. Cole Frances I Sowers, the girl
with, the double voice, makes a pleasing
appearance, and han a wonderful gift
of song. Kitty Stevens In a character
change act presents a fine appearance,
and her dancing la clever. The whole
bill Is up to the Star's standard, which
means that it Is very satisfactory indeed.
The Star's Bill Up to Standard.
The acrobatic work of the Three De
Hits at the Arcade.
The Montague Sisters, the two dash
ing soubrettes, are making a hit at the
Arcade theatre this week with their Imi
tations of Anna Held and other popular
actresses, they understanding their busi
ness, and they may be numbered among
the most successful sets that this popu
lar theatre has presented. Annie Goldle,
the well known coun shouter. appears In
rag time revels, while Genevieve Ardell,
the beautiful succesor to the popular
Kate Coyle, presents Illustrated songs.
Matinee Seats at Bargain Prices.
The bargain matinee at the Empire
theatre Saturday of this week promises
to test the capacity of this comfortable
up-town theatre. Theatre-goers In gen
eral are taking advantage of the spe
cially low prices offered by the manage
ment to see this most powerful! melo
drama, "Darkest Russia." The at
tendance Is Increasing, snd the manage
ment is highly pleased with the results
thus far attained.
Kingsbury's Hit at the Grand.
There is one act on the bill st the
Grand theatre that has greatly grown In
popular favor, and that Is the Klngs
burys. They are more than ordinarily
Intelligent performers, and their local
hits "caught on" In fine shape. The Kit
Carson moving picture has also been a
great feature. These two numbers, to
gether with the leaping greyhound has
made the program one of notable
"A Little Outcast" at the Empire.
"A Little Outcast," which comes to
the Empire theatre for an engagement
of four nights, starting with the usual
matinee next Sunday, was written for
men snd women syho realise the evil In
the world, snd what -this modern mm
plex civilisation of ours loses by Its
Inssne worship of the good of "getting
on." worship of wrong doing, of false
friends and fear of the world's censure.
Bijou's A i Acts.
The Msrgesons present a sketch at the
nil. oi this week that is full of novelties.
Norman Margeson Is recognised as the
funniest youngster In the business, and
Qulslna smiles at the crowd and then
rolls herself Into a human ball, trund
ling clear across the stage. Hlldebrand,
the strong man. Is the opposite of the
boneless girl, and he's a wonder. Save
the matinee watch coupons.
Tomorrow afternoon. Saturday after
noon and Saturday night the famous
Ben Greet players of London will pre
sent the great morality play of the
15th century, "Everyman," at the Mar
quam Grand theatre. The ministers of
the city have been Invited to witness
tomorrow's performance, and a great
many have accepted the Invitation.
given. A charming story well told, and
should not be overlooked by amusement
Last Performance Tonight.
Tonight at the Marquam Grand the
atre the last performance of the clever
artists, Jane I'.irrann and Amirew
Robson, In the beautiful picturesque
romantic drama "Pretty Peggy." will be
GIRL ABDUCTED BY A
(Joeraal Special SerTice.)
Omaha, Neb., Dec. . Miss Emma
Roche has been kidnaped from Herman.
Neb., by Samuel Mock, an ex-convict
against whom she had given testimony
which nt him to prison five years ago.
Mock was released from the penitentiary
last week and Immediately began plana
for carrying out his threat to take ven
geance on the girl for her testimony.
Mock last night pretended to be a de
tective with a warrant for the girl and
took her from her friends In thie man
ner. The police of eastern Nebraska are
searching for the convict and his vic
tim. As soon as she heard of his release
from prison Miss Roehe left her home In
Omaha and went to Herman. fearing
that Mock would murder her. Mock
traced her to her hiding place and ef
fected her abduction.
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