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-THE - OREGON- DAILY JOURNAL' POfcTLAiVD; SATURDAY EVENING, MAY 27. '1805.
CHANGE OF HEART
- (ConHnuedtFrem W( One.) -
Twe .Nftify MayprThey Will
.. : GrabBill; .r ' .--4
Will refuse to lease
Million-Dollar -r Street" Sweeping
1. 1 We&VerT
-iJnurnil 'Bpeclljerlce.-- "' T""""
Philadelphia,' Way i". Out of respect
to tbe late Justice Dean, whose funeral
'takes place- Monday, the common pleas
.-. court, has. continued the hearing In the
Injunction argument on- the causa of
- - . - - Ml . I .. a I f 1. IFrt, Hit
lltiposeu uiiein'is apr'H""-
...., ew appointees until -Wednesday,.-::;.''.
- Oouhcltmen Edwards and Orler. today
announced they would support the may.
idg Worn by Opponentg of Phila
delphia Gin Steal.
t veto of the s-as rrab .WiL Sdwardu
; held tit nntll "he waa waited on Vy a
committee at seveml huiwrea citisens.
'.. 6. TV
" - THE LAST" )
- ":-'r:,-::--":- PESORT
' " ; He, Informed the mayor this- tnorntng of
- his chsnge of heart
. " Following a meeting ofJUU, dlractora
- of tha united Oss improvement com
wenv tods President Dolew went i t
. ; , -communication, tohe counett annoudc-
tng-that the cofnpany-wou1d not ac-
"pept" the proposition to leas tha plant
it It ahouid bo ratinea;":-. . : .
" T" '. Mhvot Weaver has repudiated II.
i. --contract of tha- kind - that haa
-fattened -ha-Rpubllea-nachina. for4JrllbKori
riietrot waa f o-ta4
. sweeping and wss awarded to -vara
Bros., one of whom . Is state senator.
-.Z -nA tha other recorder of deeds.
Thirty-two members pf tha city eoun
cll4ava - now assured tha mayor , that
' they will support his veto, and tha num-
- ber of gdmlnlstration: adherents la con-
aiantly rowlnawsJCBOPmotn ' public
flclals, who ara conatantlyljadgerfd by
delegations of irtte crtliena'"
" .'' ' A tramendtra" audience, packadJha
""""Academy of Music isst Jnlght at tlw
' : massmeetlng. - protesting against the
gss lessejhaj ollowlng; jesolotlom wai
"Resoived-That-we. Tltisens of Thlt-
-adalphlJkItlMUtrgajd.;te party ri
politics, do hereby, before Ood and man.
pledge our life, liberty and sscredJionot
to the complete overthrow of despotic
methods In municipal affairs and the
: restoration of the American' principles
for which our iathsrs fought, and which
shall ever be our glory while we ra
ms I iv worthytw jMcaUeibalcbildren
ASSEMBLY WILL HAVE"
' ADVISORY FUNCTIONS
. , .
(Jearsal gperlsl torvVe.)
. St. Petersburg, May 27. According to
the latest Information, the representative
assembly which Is to be formed will
have advisory functions and will con
sist of 100 members. 1 ,. ,
: -i :.r
vat to soin rnvThtTtta.
-Ootlixl Special 8lc.V
. -Washington. V, C-May2?- The
-' seoietary of the treasury has sent a
government warrant for $1,805 to H. A.
'. . i.r Rldehbaugh tn full payment for erect
; Ing the Boise public building. Fines
-amounting to $25,009, and $7,0o paid
- . out In rental, which nidenbaugh : waa
: liable for, were remitted.
' rjMlrMT"S,pWUI grrvlce.)
Stockton, Cel., May 7. Cashier Louis
Kahti of the wrecked Bank of Oakdale.
: who . attempted to - commit . aulolde. is
worse this morning. Physicians now
say there is no hone for him. The bsnk
rommissioner today la going over the
hooks of the bank and" WH1- not know
how great the failure is until tonight.,
MAT OOXg TO JPAMXU.
ijoarsal timlil Sn'lrr.l
Bad .Keuhelm, Mar 27. Secretary
Hay left today- for TCarls, where, ha
will be Joined by Mrs. Ray and leaves
for America . next week. He Is much
...Improved- kv-w baths Jmt -will absteinhe was then a' student at law. and f'-sj
froni all business for s?vral months,
"!".' ' -.
.... i -
-Withl Rbyai-Baking-Powder-there is-
no mixing with the hand$,no sweat of J;
the brow.- Perfect cltanirn ess, greatest
facility, sweet," clean, healthful food.
Full instructions in the" ' Royal Baker and Pastry Cook"
bopk for makinff r)l kinds ofbread,. biscuit 'and - cakiiw
with" RoyafHaking" Powder. Gratis tb any address .
bl institutions, and took an active and
Influential part in whatever was of lii-
traallaUie community In which, bo
lUeu. '" , ,
fThe -moat-Widely I
Known and honored citizens of the Ja-
clflo coast, it sincere friend, distin
guished lawyer and a ."Jtiat and lipfJiliTT
1 u ,1 a a lhrfftfA
'Resolved.; That the members of this
bar share in the public estimate -of - the
character-of the deceased and In the
universal grief at his loss.' ' -"".'"
Resolved. That a copy or tnesa reso
lutions be-presented to-the family of
4tyfir1helr Tjereavement, and that re,-.
quest pa maae tnat tney oe entered upon
the records of this oourt. and the united
States district and. circuit courts oyer
nlch ha presided. ,r...L
- - "CV A,. DOLPH. ' 1
"OEO. H. WILLIAMS.
: . ''FREDERICK V.-HOLM AN. -
'?'. . '"JOHN M. OEARIN.
" "GKO. K. CHAMBERLAIN." -
Mr. Dolph's remarks were: .
May please the court: In 'moving
these resolutlpns I need not recount the-l Mini. M geailii w i i T. i 1 1 ml k on
distinguished seiJvlcestJluda.JHiiTf1ii services of the dead jurist, and was
.r ltlier-ryuage upon tha-bench
now occupied by you.' or later as a
Jude upon the fedoral bench so recently
occupied by him These serrtces ars
attested by permsncnt records which
will stand as s perpetual memorial to
his Industry, the. high order of hla abil
ity, the aoundnesa of his iuflament, and
4ohla-rat-ttthmenta. Nor need' I
rectts tha story of hl Ufa. - That will
be written In tha history of this state
with which "his name. is Inseparably con
mony of the esteem in -which we, the
professions! brethren, held him as
lawyer ami Judaand to add my trib
ute .of affection for one whoTTof tnorr
han an average generation pf msnklriil
was to methe-liiutat and-beat-trffrtehds
1-c-aTSsay little more.
" 'I have too grieved -a heart to. take
a tedious leave or- mm.
"Am I not Justified In ssylng, may tt
please tha court, that at the data of hla
untimely death no man In tha-who)
t sta('wss more" BWloved th he? - Surer
o man wltlilu the -state
more keenly felt
more sincerely deplored. During the
long and snxlous week It waa generally
known that Judge Bellinger waa dan
gerously ill, the finger of thla city waa
on his pulss. 'Wheel he breathed Big
last a great .'wave ef-sorrow swept over
this entire State, and messages of arm
patby -aoorea In numler--Came from
adjoining states and from abroad. A
commongrletOYCnhs,lowed bench and
bar alike, and the public preea waa filled
."Why 4s it that such a tribute of f-
-t-spect and-af feet on should be paid -to
the -memory of this munT Every day
some cltlxen of our state Is taken from
among us, and yet wa are apt to give
but little - thought to the- occurrence.
What-waa lt-tn the life of Charlea B.
fBeinnger that ahouid cause this unlver
-row?'vrBs tt because he' occupied
I exalted, statloal. I do not -so-Interpret
It. . riace and power command respect:
but -they do-not -wln-affecUonNeirhef
place., nor power, nor gold can purchase
"Ambition leads men on ln th tur-
ult Of .wealth, and -fame, and If at last
- What;-tlign,-ir-rh'e rtwaVarT
the goal la reached,
Gold when the senses It ahouid pleaae
Fame when the heart It should hive
thru led tk numb;
All things but love when love is alt
we want.'- - . -st"-
and honored for what he did. Hla mem
ory will be enshrined In loving hearta
for what he was; Ha waa admired and
respected as an upright - Judge, but he
was loved for the personal qualities
which made him what he was.
"He loved hla fellow men. With him
the great and email, the rich and poor
posnessessea in line degree with those
qualities which constitute true man
hood stood upon the same' eminence.
He valued men far mere for what they
were than for what they, had, or the
station in life they, occupied. He was
loyal to his friends,' and his relatione to
hla family were exquisitely tender and
beaottfut. Hla heart waa as warm as
sunshine. - His quick perceptive fscul
ties and kindly disposition made him
the most delightful of comDsnlons. A
strong personality impressed itself upon
all with whom he came In contact. Tet
he enforced hla individual views in such
a wsy as never' to srlva offense.. He
hated Insincerity and chicanery, and he
waa acqustomed to denounce both In un
measured terms; but he treasured iq his
hssft no thought of 111 toward uny-ona.
Tor the indiscretions -'rfrfd 4petty
faults of the weak and inexperienced, he
was alwaya read to make exous. and
wlierr-'the scales of Recusation and de
fense poised doubtfully, he let me-cy
touch them with her downy hand, and
turn the balance on the- gentler side."
- Lovable gad. Ssloved.
wThese,'- In - my-Judgment, were the
traits of hla -character which made him
ao lovable ahd. so beloved.
"May It please the court. If within the
proprieties of sn occasion such as this,
I may speak of my personal relatione
with Judge Bellinger. Let me ssy I
first met him early in the year 1862.
at the old courthouse In Halem. where
stripling strsnger In quest of a licence
109 VlLUAM T. UW
to teach a vlllane x school. I was . at
tracted by his charming personality and I
the chance acoiiwlmanr then, tnaae wirn
in'ma3rrr'tp'cnpil Into u t,-loe IrfeTitlalilp,-whlch-wtdured
through all the interven-Ing-yraredurlng
which our relations.
whether as oDixwitur attorneys ai ns
titav aaaoclaUa In bueloag-cotrt--an4
counsellor as friends, were never, so far
as -1 aver knew. ; marred by-sVslrigle
thoaght or word or action.
"In the Ml years we were; partners
In the practice of our profession the
souhdness of hla Judgment -andth.aifju-Ci
1 1 I " ' w h 1 1 1 1 1 1 irrBecnSnd VM
ible-tmtte-"KIs"eoncluslons upon dif-
fl"?Uir"pr(5bTemn, on my acTmTranon. arilT
the goodnesarantr gentleness or Ills na
ture won mv affection. 1
V"Ha lert our firm to accept 'th' high
office to which he was called reluctantly
and with tha understanding thai In Case,
at the -expiration of one year s experi
ence on tha bench, he found the position
distasteful to him. he could. If he.aoi
desired, reauma his place In tha firm.
' "To very few friends have 1 Ceen
I more sincerely or mors profoundly
heard with close attention.. He said:
."I have been requested by tha chair
man of the committee to supplement by
some words of my own thelresolutlons
which have just been reported to this
meeting for adoption, a I comply, with
thatreftUeat'ahough thero. Is nothing I
I can ssy nothing any man can as y
that would adequately express in words
the shock of grief which the. news of
the death " of 1 Jiidge : Bellinger brought 1
with It to the members of the Jdultno-I
mabr,4aun.txJts.r .and the people of the I
- Forovr thirty years I knew him,
and during most br thal -time intimate
ly. 1 met him first in 1878. waa his
,,,1, aiiil -imrli'ig allthat llmo there
never was a,4asr-r
moment of any day or hour when there
did not exist between us the warmest
feelings of mutual friendship and es
teem. His memory Is endeared to me
now. not on y by the. buslneaa associa
tions-and official reJiOlona l-later
yennr- bur stlll more so by -the. many,
varv' blesESsht "and Ineffaceable recolleo-
or-fttona whlfh all thy changing acenes of
our long acquaintance have left Dehtna
them. " . ' "''1".
Able, tTprlght and Moneet. 1'
led caars with him and against
him anrt before' him-while he-was a I
Judge of this court, and later -of the fed
eral courM wnd-I know -that I but voice!
the unlveraal aentlment of the bar when
"l say that he was an able lawyer, an
unrlirht iude and an. honest man
greater praise than" that' ckncbme to
no manr '-" "
11 ; iraaffWwTTmiT wrvTrfrwet hla f f
to-eaoh other nd t the community that
Knew him. "that liis-tlfe Was an upright
and a -blameles-Hf.innt-the world- is
better for. hla having lived tirTtT
"All Uvea touch other lives at aome
point, arid no life la without-influent
aomfwhere.If Is" not-tno -muf-h - to- ea
of his ITtt niaF-nradded-nor single mo-
mnt of sorrow 4a the burdens of any
human - being who was - ever- brought
wtthlirthfrsDhere ot -Me aetlvltyr He
waa a kindly man. 'He carried around 1
with, him in. atmosphere Tof geniality I
and aff ectlon-that- endeared him to alt
snc. He made others nappy ana -tm-
self hsppy in ffotTir ao-rand he-whortfoes
that has accomplished much. H - -
' " Xad Confidence of All Oonrts. .
. ''He"wss a -careful man In hla work
and a conscientious man in anjhlaAdeaW
lns. Aa a lawyer heenjoyed the ab-
solute confidence of every court before
whonr he practiced, and he -waaworthy
of it. As a Judge he had showered upon
him the universal regard and affection
of the bar 'end ha earned it. He waa
a man of Ideas, with a splendid vocabu
lary to express them, and he had a tal
ent for remembering fundamental prin
ciples ' and applying them accurately,
which will make' his decisions of Ines
timable value as authority and prece
dent. He waa a man of character. To
that bench which h.is talenta adorned, to
the bar of which he waa at all times,
an 'honored representative, to the little
household he loved so well and whose
hearta are crushed today In sorrow over
their great and sudden bereavement, he
leaves a . reputation and a- name upon
which no ahadow of dishonor ever fell. -
'Such wss the msn to whose memory
wa pay thla tribute of .respect this
morning. And the lesson of-his' life 1s
this; Success msy or may not follow
effort, but the highest measure of all
success is and ever will be to honorably
deserve It. It is, a lesson for lawyera
and for courts.
Ksldto Profession's Ifltals.
"A lawyer's life "in a life that Is bur
dened with responsibilities responsibil
ities that must be met and discharged
responsibilities to the client, to the com
munity and to the court responslblll-
titaa we -may not pjut aside, beset though
we may oe Dy tne allurement or gain.
or the temptations of opportunity. It
Is not of the greatest importance
whether we win cases or lose them. It
Is not important that we have the abil
ity to achieve, fame or -to accumulate
wealth. But It is a thing of Impor
tance that we ahouid honestly and al
waya try to llye up to the highest Ideals
of the profession; that w should be an
aid to the court In the administration nf
Justice, and a benefit to the community
tn the-resuTTs-of That administration.
To. be such a lawyer, whether at the bar
or on- the bench, was Judge Dellln
bltlnn and he.' achlevedTt?"
"He Is aonaZnow. and the book of Vis
Wflfe Is closed forsver. In .the midst -of
his labors,, at the height of his useful
ness, Just when the future seemed t so
bright and full of hope and promise,
he felt In the early afternoon, the touch'
of God's hirnd upon his Hps and for him
the problem of the ages wss solved.
Hesrlng that voice, which we. too. shall
hear some day, he laid down the burden
of mortality In thla, world'to take on the
mamle-of mtnortattty- In. the"-ttfe'ba-yond.
. , ' .
; A rittlnr Tarewell. t, '
He has answered the' call, white we
but stand and wait and listen. We
" Start not at the creaking of the door ,
jtnrougn which ha passed
W. towrahsll follow sfter. Sooner
or later, and aoon now, at the latest,
our time shall come, and of those who
sre here in health and strength today,
all ahall be called and none may refuse
the summons, ' , '
"As 4h yeafs eomo and-gtrrto- lt-of !
us aa one by one the comoanlona of
our youth leave their briefs unfinished
to oe-completed oy other, hands mora
and more do ws feel the' tightening of
ths-bortrts -which bind s to ach other
more and more clearly do ws see the
shadows gathering around our Own
pathway plainer and yet plainer do
we hear the sobbing of the tide coming
up. coming up from' the sek fthe tin
traversed sea of - eternity that tide
which for us will ebb just Once and
ha ve tie flow- forever, Voros, sternal
sndtnvstbfe.'-rule our destinies and
our Uvea and. Ood alone knows ojyer
whose dead face. we shall bow In sorro
next. Whoever he may be J. could aak
no mora for him than thta; That tha
- King Alfonso of Spiiv - WbI
Lrecord - of hla.4lf a- msjrhave earned for
I him the same Respect and regard and
I lender affection which abides ' In the
heart of rach of us this day. and will
ever remain there for the memory f
i ud go- Bellinger.- 1
The resolutions OfTne"" law gchSoT
alumntwFTe signed by O. L. Price, T. CT
Hoeckerr: B.Jt.- CtUiafla, John Van Zarite.
Sol Bloom.-Arthur O Spencer. John T.
Logan, A. Li Veasle, T Q. Orecne.-Crtft-t
uantenoein, Lawrence a. juewnry. .
F. oothe, William T. Mulr and John
M. WttengerrThe-resolMtlona reviewed
the 15 yenra 1nigrilCn.JttterrTlrITTngst
! served -afc -.instructor In eqolty l-n-th
- la w -achorirr and-ana I yxed "h f s i Got q ual -
it lea and proffered to the faintly of
the departed teacher their sympathy.
From the Ban Francisco Chronicle. -
Tenntt tha lew nf aunnlv n1 rf
I.mand, - the manipulations of speculators
or trade changes, caused by abnormal
advances In prices, there la one food
commodity. In Sen Francisco for which
the market value never fluctuates one
lota, and that commodity Is cracked
eggs.. , For many years tha price has
remained fixed at 10 cents a doxen.
Quite an extensive trade is In progress
In this food product, and daily. In that
section of the city-which houses the
wholesale produce firms, may be aeen a
score of women and children! mostly
girls fsr from their teens, residents of
the south side. North Beach.- the Tele
graph hill- district- and other of the
humbler sections. . wltluma.lLbasketg.
going from one butter and egg estab
lishment to anvther In quest of supplies.
No. questions are asked' as to the
state of freshness of the eggs or how
badly they are cracked, but to the de
mand for cracked egga the -salesman,
generally the atore porter, replies In the
affirmative or negative, and not very
suavely at that. Should there be cracked
eggs on hand Jhebu.yex.wll! take front
one -ta five dosen, paying 'the estsb-
lshed rate without remark.
There are two seasons when cracked
eggs ara must plentifuland - when the
operators In 'his peculiar trade experi
ence little difficulty in aeourlng what
ever quantity they desire. One la
during the spring months, when the
wholesalers begin their storage opera
tion, which ' necessitates considerable
handling of the eggs In order to make
selections that will stand cold storage
profitably. The other season Is in tha
fall and winter, when the eggs are with
drawn from the Ice. plants, csndled and
graded IntOf Irsts, seconds, thirds and
J-iakers'-'iitock. Naturally, with so much
handling thcre lsa good percentage of
breakage, but no matter how great it
Is there Is never a alirplus of cracked
eggs, the steady-stream Of buyers heen-
a the rnui'Kf t flyaneil lift hourly. ; In
the spring there Is little chanee of re-
Cervtng-wtale"ggs,-; bnt In the fall and
winter the buyers are not so fortunate-.
I.'nscrupuloua dealers, in order to gave
a total loss on stock that proved un
suitable for storage, purposely crack tha
bad fggs and realize" 10 'cents a doxen
from these poor, customers, who with
fresh eggs selling in tha neighborhood
ot 0 cents a doxen, don't seem to mind
a little off flavor considering that they
Were only compellejd to pay li) genta-foe-
Tr Aside from tW White people who pur
chase cracked eggs.- (the Chinese are
also , great -customers, but - no matter
how' anxious thsy sre for supplles.hav.
tnr lrarnedithe-tOreTirT)riiire',they will
offer no more for them..
7 From L(e. " ' . '
""What's tho matter-with that little
Cuban J-aby? - He .looks below par." ..:
"Yes modern science did it,' , -
' "How's ' thatr ', "
L "Oh, hp was brought up on sterilised
clrars." ' '.: - ;
Son lost. St other.
Consumption runs In our family, and I
oimh It I lost my mother,0 wrltea E. - t
B. Held, of Harmony, Me. "For the
past five years, however, on the slight
est sign ot a Cough or Cold, I bavs
taken Dr. King's New. Discovery for
Consumption, which has saved me front
serious lung trouble." His mothers
death was a sad loss for Mr. Held, but
he learned tkat-lunsreeouhle meet-not
be neslected, and how to cure It. Quick
est relief and cure for roughs and eolds.
Trice Hflo and 11.00; guaranteed at Ro.
Cross Pharmacy, Sixth and Oak streets,
on the way to tha boetpmce. ttlwl bot
tle, free. . .
'i. 1 -' ..- ' ' ' ' :m. ... -.
Zi ate,-"- I- " ' - -'V'-'!lW"r
- bo - o - - Vigit - Fr
, PRESBYTERIANS ENDED
. joornnf Special Service.) '
-' WlnunarXskeTnd ' May; 47. The
Presbyterian general aecrably. pdedat
noon.The rawjrera -named ' to prevent
with the- Cumberland branch include
Justice Harlan. Judge-Lannlng of New
Jersey .and JudgaJAiJivainBf Washing
TelefdarTaftefnoori'a session closed
with;- a vigorous debate on-the,: resolu
tions offered by . the temperance com
mittee and a resolution wss passed
censuring thonianan entf-atiy-col-legs
or university permitting students
to drink intoxicating liquor's. The use
of tobacco and the manufacture and tale
of cigarettes were condemned,
iro oomjnccirT xjrQVXBT,
- (Jooraal gpectal Servles.!
Washington, Ma 27. President
Roosevelt has determined that the gov-erhrnent-
haano power to inquire Into
the operatlona of tha BeTtiltable Life As
surance company and it la doubtful If
congress could. empower government of
ficials to make such inqlury. i
Segajt, at tha Toy. v
From the Chicago Journal. -Philosopher
Young man. In order to
succeed In life you must begin at tha
bottom and. work up.
ifonng-Man- That wssn't my father's
motto. He began at the top and worked
down. i : . ', -"And
made a failure,-! eupposeT"
"Not at all; be made a fortune coal
Juatict Vernon M, Davis, of the Nw York Suprcmg Courts Who De
clared That Nan Patterson Had Llecf on th'g i' Witness Stani and Was
Undoubtedly Guilty of thg Murder of Caetar Young. His Action Has
Roused Discussion as' to the Propriety of Expression of Opinion by
Judge on a Case That Has' Been Tried Before Him. M , ,' .' V- j;
v -: i v. ' - '- "if- " . t '.-: .'?
Paris Prepares Royal Reeeptton
His First M isit.zi1
MONARCH TO SLEEP IN '
IZ-BELV USEO BY NAPOLEOfJ
Military-and Social Entertain
3mentsnwr0ccupy Entire U
U Coming Week. .
tJourasl Soeclsl Servlc.) "
Farls, May 27. Because of the' pros
pect that it may- have Important pollt
leal and commercial, results, France la
awaiting .with eagerness the. RPBroauh-
llcg-vUit of -King 'Alfonso, who accom
Ipanlad by thp PRanlghvgnjnlster ot Jfor-
elgn - af f aire -.and . other - distinguished
Spanish --officials) will arose
Spanish ' frontier' on' Tuesday- morning.
It will be the young klng'a first Journey
byond the conflnea or hia own king
dom. From the frontier until he reaches
farls.- King A 1 fosse and -hi a -entourage
will1 aee decorations. Including the en
twined arms of France and Spalp. which
the enthusiastic, French peasants have
raised' at almost every station".
On arriving In Farla hla majesty will
be received at tha railway station by
President and- Mm. Lou bet, the preeU
denta of the ssnate and chamber of dep
uties, and other high off Iclala of ihe re
public.; 'French soldiers 1n thelr-atrtatng
l unifnrmm-wtrt amrminiT the station and
streteh-ta- -two . Jlnea along the flag-be
decked Bola de Boulogne,-through the
Arer de, Trtompha and "Champa' da Elr
sees to the Place de la Concorde, where
battery win add Ita .thunder to the
official welcome.- Between the lines of
troops King Alfonso, accompanied -by
the-French president and MmeXrOubet,
will, drive to the palace of the ministry
of - foreign - affaire, where he will be
lodged -during the- greater portion of his
atay. 'The apartments have been exqul
ittely-furnlahed andthr kiniwtlT aleep
In the bed used by Napoleon.
On the day of his arrival the king win
dine at the Palace of the Elysee, the
president's residence. - On Wednesday Jie
will drive through the streets of Paris.
snd M. Loubet'a aide-de-camp, receiving
the Spanish colony at the embaaay sub
sequently. In, -the evening ..there . will
be a gala performance at the opera, in
which some of the- moat distinguished
art lata In. France will appear.
There will be military exercises at ..the
ceptlon at the Elysee at. night. Ths
klng-wiil Tlslt-the cavalry sohool-a t
Saint Cyr, and will return by road by
way of Versailles, Saint Cloud and the
Bols de Boulogne. A gala performance
will be given at the Comedle Francalse,
which he will attend with l. Louber.
On Saturday there will be m reviewof
the Paris garrlsoirnndtn the evening
Hie- king will-meet the presidents and
ministers at a dinner given by the span
Uh ambeseaOor, He will -accompany
President Loubet to- the AuteuH races
oh Sunday and dine-with M. Delcaaae
atthe Quel .d'Oraey-r-Ieevtng atmld-
Btghtfor ChrtoijTg.whr heTwOTre-
ceive.salutta.fjTQm, a squadron assem
bled there- - - ' -. ,
bzss roa rigiiu, inon .
' tlonrtial gpeelal Service.) f
Washington, Msy 17. Bids for tha
Panama canal commission for 11.000,
000 feet of lumber were opened yester
day. The blda . were received from
flrma aa follower'
- Eastern A Western Lumber company.
Portland, l!f,800rPaclfta-Epert Lum- '
ber' company, Portland, f 232,44; Ta-
coma Mills, 1140,111; Arthur Oamwell,
Seattle, $267,740; Belllngham Bay Im
provement company, tZZS.HT; J. J.
Moore, San Francisco, $116,16.
Concert Tonight. '
. Concert tonight at the Marquam for
the Travelera' Aid society. Tickets
now selling at (0 cents. Every dollar's
worth- of tickets entitles ne to reserved
seats. Rose Bloch Bauer, Mra. Walter
Reed and May Dearborn, Schwab will, be
the. soloists, assisiea Dy iuu orcnesira
and a chorus of eighty well-trained
voices under Mra.-Edgar Coursen. - The
publio la cordially Invited to oontrlbute
to -this wortbycause.
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f 4 v
PaUsnts Olvea TTp By Their Physicians
- and Pronoanoed Oood as
DEAD ARE. RESCUED
FROM THE GRAVE
And SeaaoNd to Wfe and . Health By
1 . Thla U an. Who lays There Is Sfo
Dlseasg Jlagay'VOI lOure.
MAKES HUMAN HEART
edy -af-Wona Tajraataned WltU
BarlaL :-' , "
Abandons Vrtvate Fraotloe and Usslssa
Brag a- aa aivea-marrloa .
Bno rraaMite.jsaav SJiek'
TTsitr TAoir u t A ( Rreclal COf
rerponden-ce.l-Val.c. Hsdl.y ; the Mte-r
moSs Professor of Panopnthy and Phy
slsctrlcs, hss agal&ileflaonstrted-hl!
mysterloua power over ou-
shows that the drugs preaenpea -t
doctors and the surgeon a knife are
often worse than-Tiseiess, and by heal
ing hundreds of hopeless lnva Ids pro-
a ...,hu hv nhvslcians . ha
prove; "his clalma that-tnere ts nodia-
ease no mr iii vw.-w. . i -
the supposed laws and fulea of mr,r
phyaiclana and apecialiats. he haa mado
the human heart beat again In the bod
of a woman prepared for the grave and
nth, iumi iii miracles Of
and women given up o ormu. ... -
he aucceeda In the face of euch appar-i
ent Impoaalbltitiea that ne vappeara j-o
haniln THiwer unequaled til
ii noient nr modern times s powee
sbove and beyond that glgento ordinary-
mortals, in comparison.
. ne tha world's srreatest spe-
cUllsta become Inalgniflcanf child's fla
ApparenUy the supposedly tncorablft,.
diseases such ss paralysis,
. i i. . ... jumi- cm np.er. deafneas,
etcAare-aured hy him-Just aa easily an
the more common disorders of human-
It v---ilolnr still Irirver, im ii ..u. -
that he can cure patlenta In their own
homea, thouaands of miles iwev, Just
aa quickly and surely as though they
rams to him In person. To extend tba
ki...iH -A . this wnniiarful Dover to
IwMmkinrf-hero remained Out. one uinnw
for mm to ao.ana in """..""""'i
abandwnbHt hia private . practice and - ,
Aru.hi. a-fvlr free or ens raw
all who atand tn need.-He im quoted aa
avlnsr Si ta sian Tnsvtal a mm tviiUVHa s " -
enl ot anr re waru. .
One-Of -the eases, that makes poaalbla
tn kern-tha sick and altlloted.'Iodepend-T.H
" . -T I
the belief that iToreaaor liaoiey bb-
diMnaae evew t the point of death la thnt ....
of A Mr. K C. Bees of El Cempo laxas.'
Miud from the arav after
the doctora had given hltn up to die.
could do nothing to revive him and left
T a n . v. i aa eWm ajinn Ifflnn
k th. rnmhinM -attackr of kidney and
mm for aeaa. tirous'"- :" y
I - M-nmv anrt audita SrtlOU- -
:7r; h.nir.red the torturrs
of the damned" and was almost Insane
with pain before the nd came. The
doctora and their medicines-failed ut
terly. Although he wss aa good aa dead
whe-a-JProfessor Hadley'a attention was
called to his cass, hewae-apedHy-i
stored to life and health by thla pano-
Rstb's marvelous power, though even -Ir.
Bess himself confessee that he doos
not know exactly how thla miracle was
performed. Another caae, almost,
eauallv remarkable, was that of n .Mrs.
J? C. Whitfield of Norfolk. Va who ii
aerta that he revived the vital spark tn
her body when, aha waa Prepared for
the grave: that at the end long .
. mn.. frnm a. rnmnllcatton of
diseases her body felt cold and lifeless.
But aha saya nsi rrgmm ,
made her heart beat again, tha blood
flow throuyh her velns "ctorh1nd
Naturally aha looks upon her rescue ami
restoration to neano " !""' "i"v.
standing. Professor Haaieysavsa in
life of Charles W. Miller of Columbia,
Furnace. Va., when threatened with a
deadly cancer, without tne use or a
knife or Durning. ne reirra
fect health Mrs. M- wormins'n .VX
t-Buusre,- "a., a womnn wuu nu
Keen an invalid for twentv-nve years
from-oompllcata female troubiaa, many
MAntKa harirlflan in. niWDlLl B, KIKI
who had been pronounced lncurablaaud
given UP tO 010 D.V ail ner pnyaiumna.
v. th.aa ara nnlv rSndnm lnatancea
selected from among the hundreds where
Professor -Had ley's almost mlraettloue
power has made the bonds of dlsesse
all away as If they were Droaen cnain-. .
and restored heslth and happlnsss to
suffering men and women.
- Naturally tha announcement - thst-a-mn
of such wonderful ability to heal
will hereafter give services and home
.,.... er.a in all hn ssk Is most
sensational and far-reaching In 1U ef-.
fecta, sines It gives every one through
out ths country, the poor aa well aa tha
rich, an equal opportunity to be cureit
oy availing meinsmves oi V"r -throoic
offer made by one Of the great-
est scientists of the age. And it Is
the more remarkable and fortunate in
lew of tlie fact that tnere is no im'hi
he may not cure. ,
qnaaH'nnad In regard In Mfln
abandonment of private practice In or- -der
to devote himself to the new line or
work- for humanity. Prof. Hadley aald:
i,V.. Ik I. ..&. K f Inland In tn An
lea, iv la i ww, mm .v
curing any one who is 111 of any disease ,
inev- may nave,- jusi as mra mm
able Indeed, iwhere. 1 cured hundred
befnre'l expect to cure thousands here
after. -since how nwlther wealth nor
poverty makes any difference In my ac
cepting pstlents. I have become con
vinced as a Christian It is my duty ta
help the sick and afflicted wherever thsy
may be, whoever they ara and whatever
their circumstances." -
Butiiow aoout inose ai a niiunci
niatanca makes no difference. I ran
etlre those thousands of mile sway Juet
aa eaatly as those"irtio, come to my of
fice, A letter does Just sa much good
ss if I went to them or they came to
Do you really mean that any one who -
s sick csn wrwe io- you 10 o cured,
without paying -you any moneyr--'
. "Exsotly. I mesn Just -that. AH that
any one who Is 111 from any esuse has.
to do Iniorder to enlist my aervlces Is to
writs' to me. addressing Wallace Jisdlev,
M. D. ofnee 10;iC, No.. 1255 Broadwav,-.
New York, telling me (he dlseata they.
suffer from most end their principal
vmotoms. ano i win sena tnem a course
f. home treatment, absolutely free of
harge. While I am not a millionaire,
nd I appreciate the xpense this msy
mean 'I look upon the reatorntlon tn.
health ef my fellow-men not-as a ques
tion of money, but as a duty I owe t
humanity. I will haVe my. reward-lu
proving my oower to the world, and In
showing the '-uselessnes nf wasting
money on dolors and -medicines when It
At IT Ankeny atreeli between Third
,f .wi,, ,aiRiWyV- iihp mari
mm California'-will read and SxhorL
A Vnok alMla tn.l-L. ,4k.
Subject, Three' .JP a".'..,. .4..- 1