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CORV4. :QGON, FEBRUARY, 14, 10O3.
. Editor and Propriet
? 7" ( Will be arriving .all" 'X..
. - . - - : ; ... - y
1 - Mvev have
A Bie Line of Dress: Goods
- " " J .feL4U the New "Weaves.
Our Gents CiothirtrDepartm'f
. Will be more than doubled, Will carry t
K artlarger-linV in,1 ail8 DeWttojerisr than" t
' seUr before. Have
Added 750 Fe,et Eloor jSpa.ce
.u - And Avill: oner
F i YOU. ARE LOOKING FOR "SOME REAL
good bargains in stoek,-grain,-fruit and poultry,
S Ranches, write for my special list7 or come and (v '
o-o - - t
the reliable iafortnatiooybiU v?ih , dlso jfehowing
era .-. . .- v .-
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- n ' HEETSY AMBLEK,
Real Estate ; Loan:-and Ins arance, t
( " i' - - Philomath, Oregon.' , 9j
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Times Off iGe for JobTPriiitin'
inducements tor -
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have watches from " one dollar Uji;
gold, r gold filled, silver,, silvenne and
cheap onra for the boys. Rirjgb of all
Jki.nds-Wedding rings, set rings, band
.rings.' . ., . ,
If you are having trouble with yotur
eyes or glasses andhave tried all the eo
I called travelling opticians without suc
rjcess, com and. se me, get a lit -that's
guaranteea ana oy one who will always
be on hand to make good his guarantee'.
3r i- - ft -J K , -j . .
' -'Notice-After Feb-ist the-stwwill
The, jeweler and Optician.
,Weare sure we can match .it if yoor
. cbina gets broken.and.it won't cost vou
much either. We have so many pat
terns and designs to select from that if
your 'china, or glassware ., porcelain, ' or
crockery gets demolished you can biiy a
new snpply from, our fine sets, and from
Our open stock, .at- prices! yon couldn't
begin to match a year ago. ' - ;
P; M. ZIEROLF
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BLEIE8 OP -Ml CHARLES rFAIB
a .; TO CAREY SETTLEMENT '
'a- INTO COURTS. 'y' c-..
i?;v f!" rails' ..."s:tyi:?'iitra'. .vuiuimif;
tOr- 'i'Sjl'iJf r-H:Lrf i'! til: i::IfK
trr' .'.oliriyife'- -p -frMt'.V'' ,-..'lri5Ui
Discovery of vyidea in, .vlTlieir
FavorrrJudge u Decides 3 PickK
' -'"etiflg byffStr'ikers is" Legal "'fB
,E'ggs;Throwii !' at '
,,.,r 2ltipm-j Qtb:ivw:
portarit' JibiQt tih8,":accdrdifig"'tditlie
A to erican's Paris ctirresSo'nde at.
Otcn Bcoreu lor nauuau xnoi-
soti, of New JerseyX, and, the other
claimants to the estate l6f "Mr. and
Mrs. Charles LFair-by the filing
by the United States, consul here of
the affidavit of ".Ir.;;Perriot.uei, the
physician who ixamined" the bod-
iea ot the Jairsiiter. tne: latai- au
tomobile accident, that Gharles.Fair
died before his wife. ji. -t-, ':!; v.-r.u'
This affidavit is at variaDcef.witbr f
the doctor's prigioal statement that
bothjihe fifa Wfifcft' L killed; inatan
tneoul.j- ndi:8imMtflneouslyv but
the doctor now claims that his affir
dajfitis backed up by;r:medical evi
dence beyqnd. dispute, land it ;ia de
clared that hfs.fiiet . statement was
made.iupon the impulse pir. tbe tna
menty?;B,nd without .regard ;to -the
greatness of the intern t at stake. ::
. In all there are" eleven s witoesses
whose evidence will be of material
use to the contestants for the . Fair
millions, and the lawyers here say
that the proof is ipcontestable. Sev
eral of these witnesees will be sent
to New York and the depositions of
the others. will be sent, properly atr
teBtedj.tO. the lawyers in that city.
'Boulder, Colo., Feb. 11. Charles
J. Smith, half-brother of Sirs Chas.
Fair, who with her busbabd, . was
killed m an automqbile accident in
Paris, says that the compromise ar
ranged between' his' mother, Mrs.
Nelson and Mrs' Herman Oelrichs
and Mrs. Vahderbilt, eisteis of
Charles Fair, and in possession of
the estate of Mr. Fair, will be reop
ened on the ground " that Mrs. Nel
sori was influenced' through ' fraud
and false representatibn-'irito' ac
cepting the settlement. Mr.. Smith
asserts that his mother was very
ill and in no condition" to transact
business wheu -the went to San
Franoisco after her daughter's death
and- that ifc) wa.a falsely repreeedted
to her that;-OablegTams'ih'ad"-'bee'ft-r'tf1'J
ceivad to the elfect thit Mrs. -Fair
and her- husband difd at'-'the'-Bam
tiaaerwherear- iC;'1 i9liktiowB;fJ'Mr
Smith declaresf ithdt :Mr8i3F-ir'4ft
ed:-30 minutes afrePMr?a5r 'Ktia
uassed awayi'L- .:;'..5iafcr!if ?nt
; Mr; Smith declared bat: tbei case2
wculd befdagt to ' thenebd;iv-H
fdmily uroposHS toi bave?'itsa ehar
of the ;Faic.'est3tie,:alt-;that.r Gharles
Fair .was entiHed t&ior nothing:- H
announced fals intention of ' &pplj
lng.foaiaiew-. appraiBement': of the
the sale of certain property at Riv'
ersidei Ns Yijiwould --'fee -'-coli'teeted
beeaoae-Mrs. Faindid i not join in
the transfer. ' . .w-f
Mr. Smith - promises - great sur
prises to the other side when affida
vits, taken from .Mrs. , Fair's maid,
ttib chauffeur, the . gatekeeper and,
tbeAI people Hying,. at the bouse where.
Mrs, Fair was taken after ,thei acc.ir
dent was mad pubLiqw, lat.i.
Justice Gainer, sitting in'Bropklyn
has ruled . that a police 'officer ' Has
no 'right' to 'arrest' a strike - picket
who is not obstructing the streets
or inteiferiog,. with; -public traffic.
.The opioid jaj f endeiejiy q k jolt
for damages brought by James M.
Flanagan, a labor .union J member
against two pohcemeipr ho? a'clX
rested him at different times while
he was on picket duty in front of a
Bf ooklyn factory ' in ;" which 1 there
was a strike. The justice said to the
"This man says' he i was a" picket
for a' labor union. - He has a right
to be, under the law. Capital has
a right to organize, and bo has la
bor,. It is not an obstruction of the
highway to go about "in the streets
or to stop in it:'.-.;;' C
Lynn,' Mass:, Feb. ll;--Bggs flew
thick and ifaet last night when a
bout a jdczen . women ? stitchers
brottghi1ter blithe" BopB .Shoe
workers'. Union to take" tne placss
of Kmghta of Labot stitcherffho
are1 oa' - Btrike'i'at 'the George F.
Nicholsdn 'Company'aSw factory,;
left work -f&go to - thei? i boardi ng
places: The women left ' th8 'factor
ry under escort of the ? nhio"rl:!"iEui
ters, and all at once were eurrouhd
ed by a'crdwM 'rneh iandG boys';
The polios Bttticipating' ttdubleft- at
6ther :ibla"C88 were . not' near -the
NiCholaofifactory'j and thewomen
and their escorts rftn quite "ttfl dis
tancer in the 'shb we f ?bf egg8.;i! The
crowd melted away as soon as the
police appeared. -;
: Washington,- Feb. 12. Twenty-
nirifl of th nt.At.ea- ho-v, rinnln.rnd
through their legislatures .in flavor j
of direct election of United States induced Mme. Patti to sign a ;con
ssnators. - 'immjit.' '.'?.:'; :..t , I tract with Mr. Grau' for ' a six
'If 30 states demand ;it, 'congress months' concert. , tour Jin . Aiperica
nraat call a constitutional : conven-. next fall. , By the terms of.: the a-'
lion oni the question; ?'batillS9
states Jnustimake-' the demand in
one year.' K-rtrnT-.-jr 'tiiiiusv; r'-ni'::
i The questionr has come up in the
senate in theform -of : .resolutions,!
but a d ir ecfc 'vote has been s d odged
or the resolution has been buried in
the committee,' or the issue; has
been confused with others-AO 'as Vto
insore'it defeats' -Hft -mw: nDri
member'of the coffimittekn: privil"
egesindlectio8 hejtriedla securs
a ivote.'on-thequBstioo." 5:;Whea '-in-retnrned
after un inter vaii he uwaa
refused la place; on -that' committee
beoause of -hiss knownadvocacy.jbfj
direct election. i: i :n-rr 1 .osm 7i
; Wa8hington,' "Feb-llSena'tov
Mitchell: continues taimproveiiiiH'e
is gai niog; s tren g tb, : and was' able:
to eit. up longer today than i yester
day . . Her is still prohibited from
attending to his correspondence or
from receiving visitors. : t
a Washington Feb'.' li .'-Germany
has renounced the-agreement made
by her representatives at WashiDg
ton, and demands a ' cash payment
of $340,000 from,' .Venezuela, or a
lien on the customs receipts of one
raising the blockade.; C ",
' Mr. Bowen says that, if Germa
ny is willing to go bh record' as re:
pudiating her agreement, he is will
ing to pay this suni when the pro
tocol is signed. . ' ' ' ' '
Great Britain and Italy stand by
their-' agreement to accept $5,500
each on signing the . protocol," and
regret Germany's action. ' vv
The action of the German foreign
office is said tb be due ' to' amisuu
derstanding of the agreement made
at Washington. X' "7 -?'-,7'
: ;Ministei'':Boweri denies" tnat" ;he
receives any compensation1 iof Ibis
services to'7Venezuela-i . eayipg " that
only'hf'exjienees a!re:"'paid.' '
7Pittsburg7Peria,; Feb.' : 11-Tbe,
builtiii)2jf'tr.e ."Dewlli'ridge . across.
rEat',!Riyer afeHell 3ate;KY'.,
. A -'"L'iL ?k j' ' -' ;": i-A-i1-J!-,
pany, was niaae paoiie ' lass, .mgtxs, i
by Colonel Joseph U: Crawford, eii
gineer of 'the. branch lines, of the
PeDeylyania system. It is estimat
ed that the new bridge . will. cos! ov
er $8,000,000." When "work will
be started ihas not yet been definite
ly decided onir;:IfciWiH.;require ;;8r
bout three years.- to ' Complete,,tbe
workw:' Af iTfi. aij;',-wSi6 'tAinmwiJ
The bridge-s and jiit8.:? approaches'
will ;hei two. miles Joog.::.The; central
span; will be 840 feet in length. The
bridge will be erected 135.feeta.bove
t hes j water, t It rwill 5 eitend ;;from
Port Morris, Harlemy to- Bandell'a
Island, .thenqet ton. Wajd's : Island
and from: that point to Long Island
where the. Pensylvania linesl willhe
connected.:) iwith "ther; New York &
Hatfoxd railroadw' .'.Tbis connection
will. form a direct: line -between the
New JEogland and Middlflj;WeBtern
8tates.t;;,Most of the structural steel
will: come from Pitteburg ; and 61
UUU.UUU; pou nds ot steel .1 will be - r er
rquired. This alone will-cost Jover
:$35Q,000. -;,V,; 4f,-7-A.'.
f Springfield, , Mass. , s , Feb. ,11.
Mrs?,C,!Q. Ghaffee.died in this city
today, aged 88 y.ars. r J3be was the
widow.pl the late Dr. C. C. Chaffee,
aud was at one time .the owner, of
the slave Dred Scott, : over, whom
the famous legal, controversy was
waged which practically annulled
the (Missouri Compromise. ,
: Salem, Feb, n. The Dallee
Celilo portage railway bill passed
the Senate ; yesterday with practi
cally no opposition, and as soon as
the bill is enrolled it will go before
the Governor for his approval.
. ..i No one spoke a word against the
measure- and only - four Senators
voted "no' Daly,i -Miller, Smith
of Yamhill and President Brownell.
FAMOUS, DIVA IS TO SING IN
AMERICA AT FIVE THOUSAND
-. . ; A NIGHT. ' --::-
And Additional Percentage of r Re-.-'ceipts-The'-Exislave';
. V - j Bill Hooper, Young Pleads ;
Guilty Other eviS.t .
London, Feb. 9:--tt "s'learqecl
that $300,000. is the .guarantee that
greement the famous diva is to ap
pear in 60 rconcerts for ' each' ; of .
which she ia to'receiye 'JppfXJQi and
an additional 5o per cent of the- rer
ceipts over $7,5oo "for - a oorcer't.
The sum of glo,boq has been depes-ited-;
in , a Lohdon bankr by .Mr.
Grau's represe ntati ve . to ibind the'
contract, -vi ' -r;- &
:-- v-r:-ja .vX;uita
Washington, FebTrll.The bll
to.pension exclaves was dra Wrf and,
indorsed by -WM Afro-AhTi6rican
Leagne, recently "in iession .bere.'ji .'
;,The bill provides-' that .ex-sslavres.
less than 50 years of age 'fihall 're
ceive $4,a mahth;: between' '5o!f and
6cf years looah and $&d?Uajr9 p,
month; between 6o and ,7o jyeare,
$3o cash and $12 per month," and
oyer'7o years, $5oo 'cash. .and 7$15
per month.. There is n,ochance1that
tne bill jUl pass.- ---iiS'v: r,.-. t
New York, Feb, 9. William
Hooper Young submitted a plea of
guilty of murder , in the second de-
gree when nis trial was
this morning.' s - ' j' . -
The court accepted the
mediately and 'passed
Your g was sentenced to
sentence. life im-
prieontneDt. ' 'vvi- t
The change of plea came as a
sMfprise to the"; entire court this
morning. ? Young, ' when brought
in, appeared pale and haggard.
Attorney Hart said bis client was
ready to submit a plea of guilty in
a lesser degree than the' first. The
accused man was removed to the
jury room and Attorneys Hart and
Jerome held a consultation. 1 After
a short conference Jerome said he
was willing to accept a plea of guil
ty of murder in the second degree."
" Young was then brpaght in. ' He
immediately pleaded guilty to m.ur-
der in the second ' degree.' :: - :-
The jury was then excused land
the prisoner called to hist ; feet for
-sentence. r- Yourisj was 'sentenced ''to
life iirisbnme'nt' at hard lahpr-' in
Sing'SiDg: - "7:' '7 ; ::
It-lsbelieved that Ifie chftngc'bf
action bV; YOuhs' wss 'daa to the'iri'-
fiuenfee'bf Mts-. 'Willafd who Wrrfved
Vvfrom "her home in Lonmis. Wash..
, , .,-,...,., . .-.,.ji'
er.ioune, now on triai jor iqe.mur.-.
uer.ui iij.iB. jj.ULui i lunict, in ycii-
Portland. .Jewas ijormerly. con-
nected.. .With ihe - CourtNews.va
iWeejKjiypuoiicaiiop f -f,oucM,iu4,
character,,; wfcich.was 6uppref8ed
by.ieirOhief of Police Meredith, who
LwaslaterTmurdered.Jby John Qpnsi-.
dine.,; i Jtlooper,.was , the advertising
solicitor, and it ;is claimed ; that, . he
; i: ..-.! 'f - -'j.-j i' .r.T .;r. .fc'f.?.i;.-'f r, r
- . "T.T- i "iirrnt o' jnvnw ij-A-
::' 'Absolutely Pure -
there: iGnm SUBSTITUTE
bad the levying- of blackmail fa
charge for the " paper: " The paper
was rup; s6' the police stat'- solely
for the purpoee. of blaekmailingdfc-
izens;i st,n ) v, ''.oitfAvz-zsiz :t
8tped'8houlderar THeThati ihe'fa
and actedas one stricken witbi that
dread disease. He:ith4tla8t ,tnaQ
one would 8uspqc.trpfr.a dastardly
murder lke' that with' which 'he' ia
charged.J"Her wall a ;aak";'6fLyery
few-'wordsf aitd BeemiBd fb live apart -from1
those with whom he. was asso
eiftted, ;iHfljwag.rathex inclined, to,
be feccentric apd exprefeapd peculiar
view's on subjects of religion."
-' New York, February iA 2.'--Con-
cernibg the great increase in the
number ofjiiyerceh Vorjsaya
editorially; V i' -r
'"Its milts ae felbwlj but ' Burely
grinding 'the domestic al tars bf the
nation.! Husband and wife are aep-t-a
rated on.the most flimey pretexts.
And as if the .different states pf , he
Union were not sufficiently 'accom
mbdating in this irespect, South Da,
kbta has the nnenviable distinction
of granting af divorce ; for the: mere
jtBljing-.of it pn i the Bole (icQodition
ol a, kpe dp4purn.witin-rJHtd-)
The iinperative neeil bf a?:sPteinbf
uniform laws on the subjects of
marriage and separation could not
ly., :It ja too late Jo, top divorce,
even, were such 'a "step; 7, advisable.
It' is high time to adopt such gener
al regulations thatfitmfty pre
texts" will-no longer avail un any
courts in the union regulations
which may - even serve to prevent
many hasty and therefore unwise
marriages. . r , ,r.
One has not far to look, for evi
dence which' seems to' justify the
severe words of the cardinal.' New ,
Hampshire, to take the example of
a single state, ; has i increased her.
divorces three-fold in twenty-two
years without changing her laws...
A young clergyman of the Granite
state whoee experience is told in.
the current : Pilgrim finds seven
couples divorced out of eleven whom
he married six yeara . ago in one
Rigidly regulated under uniform
statutes divorce need be no scourge.
Under present conditions its priv
ileges ar certainly and dangerous
ly abused. , -
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Chattaocoga, "Feb. 11. If Judge
Alton B. Parker accepts the invita-
tion that is- to be tendered him, a
great, Southern bacquet will be giv.;
en here in his honor at a date to .
Ritit'his pleasure. ".: It 'is inten'fled
that ' the ' banquet shall Voice the '
elo t i m k v of f he1 So u t her n democraV "
cv,aorl;far;that rreasun,, the. goverWt
f hors of Tennessee, .Kentucky.- Mis-w
-inuci, ArkansaH,, TfixaB, .Louisiana
Mitsis-ippi, Alabama,,:-; Georgia;' -Florida,
North and South Carolina
and Virginia wili"bstfivited to be
breseja.t. Ift .addition, a-ji;Umber.;of ;
Sou tberq seqtors.will. be.-iayited.
": So ptrong is the movement here
for.''. Judge ; 'Parker? that - fihe '
""-tHamihon eounty darcocratic ;lub
in, also planning to :give a v banquet
in his honor. ., .; -
hai-' Fbr SaMir-'-s-:: ;,f73i; 77
' Choice clover1 seed, M'any; fuatiV
tity at 12 cents per pound. ' v- - J-'Q
; .7 y. ... .Corvallis .Flouring; Mills. -..-'
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