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TUB MORNING OBEGQXIAy, FRIDAY. FEBriOARY C, 1903.
H!S WIFE LEFT HIM
And So L. G. Williams Com
HE WAS A SEATTLE BARBERTa
Shoots Himself Turouitn tile Head In.
Told Slster-ln-Lavr He In
tended to Die.
After- quarreUnE with his wife in Seattle,
then following her to Portland and vainly
endeavoring to persuado her to return(
with him, L. G. William!, a seaxue d ar
bor, last night ended his own llfo by
eendlns a bullet through Ma brain. He
left nothing to explain hl9 action, but on
the bureau in his room 'was found a card
Mating that his mother lived In Salem,
corner of Twenty-third and Lesley Btroets,
tla mother-in-law at Dallas, and his
"wife's sister at EM "Williams avenue. East
tportland. No mention was made of hla
fwife nor was there any reference to tno
tmr.Hn between them. The fleed was
'committed between 9 and 10 o'clock last
tolght in a room which ho had encaged at
!tho Can-American Lodging-House. Third
tod Bumalde streets, tno cay ociore.
When seen last nlcht. his wife's sister.
airs. Sylva, who llvta at E20 Willlahio ave
aue, said that she was very much sur
tprleed at the course her brother-in-law
Sjad taken. Sho said that ho had made a
'threat during the day that he would do
. something violent, but that she had not
Regarded the threat seriously.
, The trouble between him and hla wife
'dates from about two weeks ago, when
Jthey had a falling out in Seattle. His wife
deft him after the quarrel, and cams to
Iportland. After spending a row days with
Jhcr sister here, she went to her mother's
3iomo In Dallas, and stayed until a few
Vlays ago. Williams in the meantime had
followed her, and vainly tried to per
suade her to return with him.
"He was here this evening," said Mr.
6ylva. "I tried to get him to utay and
hmve KTinner with us. but he would not.
(He said at the time that he intended to do
'something violent, but we did not think
he meant It seriously. His wife has been
't her mother's at Dallas, but came to
Portland a few days ago to accept a posl
tion at S3) Corbett street." Both Mr. Sylva
and his wife were greatly grieved at the
course the man had taken, and eald that
they had never regarded him aa a man
who would commit such a foolish act.
At the lodging-house little Is known of
the affair, save that ho shot himself in his
room between 9 and 10 o clock. Ho came
to Mrs. J. Halncs, who has recently taken
possession of the house, and 'asked her
for the key to his room. She went with
him and unlocked the door and started
back to her office She had no sooner got
to the office door than che heard a shot.
Several of tho roomers came running Into
the hall. The door had been left partly
open, and the wounded victim lay In a
pool of blobd on the bod. In his left hand
was clutched an old second-hand cS-call-bcr
revolver that .had been used for the
deed. The landlady said that he had
not had time to write anything between
the time she left and the time she heard
the shot, but on the bureau was a postal
card, on which was written his name and
the addresses of several members of his
Detective Sam Simmons and Coroner
Flnley arrived on the scene quickly and
were the first to touch the body. The
bullet had entered his skull just over the
left temple, and went' straight through
the front of his brain coming out at
about the same place on the opposite side
of his head. He wag very well dressed,
but had no money In his pockets. A fine
watcn chain was fastened to his pocket,
but the watch was not there. In his right
pocket was a half pint flask of whisky,
but none of its contents had been used.
Among a number of scraps of paper was a
barber's card, stating that he was li
censed to practice In tho State of "Wash
ington. The body was removed to Coroner Fin-
ley s undertaking parlors.
WAR OF WORD IN COTJRT
Attorney Shepherd Fires Objections
at J mice Ilotme.
"I do not wish to examine any more
witnesses. If the court will find the
defendant guilty and fix the ball I will
try this case in another court." This was
tho Indignant declaration of O. S. Shep
herd yesterday after ho had vainly tried
to establish several points which Munici
pal Judge Hogue ruled to be Irrelevant.
"CT. S. McCarter was on trial, charged with
larceny by embezzlement of J1J by the
firm of Olds, "Wortman & King, f From tho
beginning of the trial the Judge and the
lawyer for the defense differed on points
that were brought up.
R. R. Dunlway. special prosecutor, be
gan his case by Introducing papers that
(showod that several articles had been
. given to aicCarter for which ho was ex-
ipected to collect cash.
"I object, said (Mr. Shepherd, as the
tpapers were submitted in evidence.
"Objection Is overruled," said the Judge
ipromptly, and Shepherd cave him an lh-
idlgnant look and sat down. As other
papers of the same nature were submitted
the attorney entered 41s objections, which
were promptly turned down by the court.
Receipts, showing that the money had
ceen collected, were also submitted.
"I object;" said Shepherd.
To what?" asked the Judge.
"All of these papers."
Tbey are already accepted. "What do
you want to object to next?"
Edna llounrao was called and testified
that the cash had been turned in.
"Did you tell him he was short?" she
"What did he say?"
"He promised that he would pay me
alter pay day."
"Did he ever offer to par you the
money?" asked Mr. Shepherd, as the
witness was turned over to him.
"Did you take It?"
"No, su" air. Shepherd then made an
attempt to delve la the system of book
keeping that she used, but Judge Hogue
announced that they did not have tune
to learn bookkeeping.
"Have there ever been any mistakes In
your books?" asked Mr. Shepherd, but
tne Judge would not allow the Question.
"If you want to show that there is a
mistake in these particular accounts,'
said he, "I will allow It, but what has
ceen has notring to do with this case.'
A few compliments were passed between
the Judge' and the lawyer for the defense
and the case continued. Mr. King was
the next witness and explained the man
ser of handling the drivers accounts.
"If the driver delivers the bundle and
does not get the cash what do you do
with the account"
"Send him after the money the next
"If be delivers a bundle and never does
get the money for it, what do you do with
the account?" But again the Judge
stopped the questioning.
"I am not in the habit of trying cases
la this way," said -Mr. Shepherd, angrily,
jumping to his feet. "I do not wish to
continue with the case."
"All right." said the Judge, "the de
fendant will be found guilty."
The question of the amount of ball was
'then ergded and fixed at J500. Mr. Shep
herd gave notice of appeal, and the Judge
announced that be would pass sentence.
NO MONEY TO GROW WITH
Committees on Fire nnil Police lie-
fuse to Slate Improvements.
Mayor Williams and William Flledner.
members of tho fire committee, met yes
terday afternoon to go over the monthly
payroll and bills, and receive tho onnuil
reports of Chief Campbell, of the Fire De
partment, ana oi uity Electrician Walker.
r. Curtis, tho other member of the
board, was not present.
Tho Mayor took a good look at the tall
plies of bills and requisitions, and decided
that It was going to be a very unpleasant
job to sign all of them before the board
meeting this afternoon at I o dock. It
was finally decided that Flledner and Cur
tis could sign them, and send them In as
a majority report of the committee.
The funds of the department for the
ccmlng year were discussed, and it was
finally decided that very little could be
done In the way of establishing new com
panies, for the lack of money. Residents
of Brooklyn and SunnysMe want engine
companies, and the people of Alblna want
tho truck company that was taken out
of service during tho hard times and
never commissioned again. Colonel Wcld-
lcr reported that It would tako $5500 apiece
for the engine companies, and $2300 for
the truck company, and it was out of the
question to get money to T)ay for them.
Engineer Walker rubmitteda report on'
the condition of the fire-alarm system, and
asked that he be given authority to trans
fer his signal boxes from tho electric
light poles to the telephono poles, so that
there would be less danger from tho high
potential currents carriod on tho wires
strung on the former. Tho report was
turned over to Mr. Flledner. Mr. Walker
also- asked that ho be allowed a switch
board operator for tho Fire Department
private exchmse furnished by the Pacific
Mates Telephone & Telegraph Company
He stated that he had not enough men t
have one at the board all tho time to an
swer telephono calls and still alarms, and
that h,e needed an operator very badly.
Mayor Williams wanted to know the ex
act working of tho flro alarm system.
and Chief Campbell explained them very
clearly, The Mayor thought that ho would
be able to get In an alarm all right, and
he wa3 of the opinion thit the boxes with
keyless doors were preferable to boxes
where the person wanting to "turn In an
alarm had to hunt up a key. The depart
ment is placing' keyless doors on the
boxes as fast as It can with tho -money
on hand. Chief Qimpbdl and Engineer
Walker wcro instructed to be present at
the board meeting this afternoon.
I want tho Chief of tho Fire Depart
ment, tho Chief of Police, end the Super
intendent of Street Cleaning at every
meeting of the Executive Board," said
the Mayor. "Many questions come up at
the board meetings which these officials
can answer, and if they are on "hand much
time will be saved."
The police commltteo of the Executive
Board met yesterday morning, wtsnt over
the monthly payroll and received aTcport
from City Engineer Walker regarding the
wiring of tho police system of telephones
and signals. Mayor Williams occupied
the chair, and the members of tho com
mittee present wcro C. F. Beebe and Slg
SlcheL Chief Hunt, who was also pres
ent, spoke of the condition that the city
jail was in, and asked that Improvements
of some sort be made. It was tho opin
ion of the committee thit the financial
condition of the city would not permit of
any improvements, and tho jail will bavo
to remain as It Is for tho present.
TO CLEAR SIDEWALKS.
Chief of Police Hunt Issues Order to
A determined stand has been taken by
Chief of Pollco C. H. Hunt against the
practice of piling merchandise on the side
walks in front of tho Business nouses or
using sidewalk spaco for the purposes at
advertising. A sweeping order covering
this condition has been Issued to the of
ficers on patrol duty. Patrolman Caswell,
whose special duty is to servo the civic
Improvement Association, has taken the
matter In chargo and is Improving the con
ditions greatly. Chief Hunt says, how
ever, that the work of a special officer
In no way relieves tho patrolmen from
their duties In this respect
"We cannot ask tho business men not
to use the sidewalk long enough to un
load their goods," sold the Chief last
night, in speaxing or tno suoject. nut
there are too many of them who impose
upon the liberties they are allowed. In
some places they have been piling empty
boxes on the street and putting advertis
ing matter over the boxes."
"By giving them time to unload their
goods, do you mean that goods can be
piled on the' walk all of ono day?" asked
"No, sir," promptly replied tho Chief.
"I mean that they will have to move their
things In as fast as they can. It they
bring on a stock of goods they must have
a place to put it. They cannot use space
that belongs to the public
"I will also -insist that tho trapdoors aro
not left optn," said tho Chief, "They are
dangerous, as well as Inconvenient. I
am going to enforce the Ideas of the Civic
Improvement Association. Officer Caswell
Is doing a good work, nnd conditions are
becoming greatly improved. The business
men of the city aro not opposed to en
forcing this rule."
Carol Norton, ot Xott York, Will
Lecture on Its Teaching;.
The lecture which will be delivered by
Mr. Carol Norton, of Niw Tork, at tho
Marquam next Sunday, will be entitled
"The Teaching of Christian Science." To
this lecturo the public Is cordially Invited.
Under his subject. Mr. Norton will pre
sent Christian Science as tho clear and
practical teaching ot that pure Chris
tianity which has been the highest Ideal
of mankind throughout the past 19 cen
turies. Ho will emphasize the fact that
thla teaching has no relationship with any
of the modern developments of mysticism
or superstition baaed upon the operation
of the human mind, but that It Is rather
that ministry which reaches the needs of
humanity In sickness and In health
through an enlightened understanding and
application of the universal law of God.
The purpose of the lecture Is not to
proselyte nor to attack any established
system of religion or medicine, but to
present the spirit and teaching of Chris
tian Science In such manner as will tend
to disabuse the public mind of miscon
ceptions regarding it.
Mr. Norton is brought to Portland under
the auspices ot the two local Christian
Science churches and his lecture will be
the sixth annual complimentary lecture
given the public In this city by this de
Heretofore the attendance at these lec
tures has been such as to fill the Marquam
10 lis capacity ana many nave been unable
to gain admission. To provide for the
comfortable seating of those who will at
tend this lecture, the doors ot the theater
will be opened at 2 P. 3L The lecture will
begin at 3 o'clock, after which time the
doors will be closed.
A Swindler Caught.
Several druircrtats and aToem nrnnnrt
New York have been victimized during
the last few months by the old trick of
taking orders for some well-known goods
at a suspiciously low price and delivering
and collecting the money for packages the
outside wrappers of which resemble so
clcsely the genuine that the victims
often pay without further examination.
When opened, the packages are found to
be empty, or to contain rubbish ot some
Wo are glad to be able to announce that
one swindler has been caught In Philadel
phia by the Ueblgs Extract of Meat
Company while working this game. He
gave the name of James Carter when ar
rested, although that was supposed to be
an alias. He was held by the grand jury
and has recently been tried, convicted, and
sentenced to one year's Imprisonment.
OVER ONE HUNDRED SHIRS
XEEDHP TO CARRY THIS SEASON'S
WHEAT CROP FROM PORTLAND.
Twenty "More Cnrjoci tu Be Shipped
St. Xnzaire and Enielle Clear
Though the bulk of tho wheat crop of
the Northwest has been shipped. It Is
estimated that thero is still enough grain
In the two states to supply about 30
cargoes, of which 3) will clear from Port
land. Twenty per cent of the late yield
is the amount figured by exporters as still
remaining In warehouses and elevators In
the Interior and at tide water. Of this
amount, some 'S.OOO.OOO bushels, after de
ducting what the millers will require and
the usual movement of grain to San Fran
cisco, enough will be left for about 30
average size cssels to carry to foreign
markets. Since the opening of tho crop
year, Portland has dispatched 7S grain
cargoes. With 20 more i-heat ships to be
loaded and the usual percentage of flour
cargoes, the grain fleet from Portland for
the season of 1SC2-03 will be In excess of
To provide tonnage for the cargoes yet
to be dispatched there are three unchar
tered vessels in port and a fleet of 20 on
the way. Some of theso listed for Port
land will not arrive Inside of four or flvo
months, but there aro plenty of ships In
California ports that can be drawn upon
If cxportera need them. Of tho fleet ot
52 vessels at San Francisco, are open
Shipping From Snn Francisco Is on
"Mexico has declared a quarantine
against all S.n Francisco shipping be
cause the bubonic plague now raging in
Mazatlan, was Introduced there by some
Chinese frera the Bay City. This news
was brought to San Francisco by the Pa
cific Mall steamship City of Panama. Dr.
Voisard, medical oGJccr of the Panama,
speaking of this quarantine, said:
"The quarantine Is very rigid. The
Colon arrived in Acapulco on the after
noon of January 19. while jvo were there.
She was still anchored off the quarantine
station when we left, on the evening of
January 20, but the medical officers of the
port told mo she would be released on the
following day. Sixteen tons of freight she
carried .from San Francisco for Acapulco
was being fumigated and I was Informed
that all freight from San Francisco for
Mexican ports will Jje fumigated while
the quarantine lasts.
"An added fact that makes matters still
more annoying to our company Is that no
vessel touching the Mexican ports will
be received at Nicaragua or Costa Rica
while the plague holds out in Mazatlan."
TWO WHEAT SHIPS CLEAR.
Tllle lie St. Xninlre nnd Emlle Will
Sail for United Klncdom.
The French bark Vllle de St. Nazalre,
having completed her cargo, cleared at
the custom bouse yesterday and will leave
down today In tow of the Ocklahama.
She carries liL&S bushel's of wheat valued
at J31.C31. She will sail for Quecnstown
or Falmouth for orders. Balfour, Guthrie
& Co. dispatched the cargo.
Tho German ship Emlle also cleared for
tho United Kingdom. Her cargo con
sists of 88,313 bushels of barley, worth
tiS.702, and 31,053 bushels of wheat, worth
J23.31G. Kerr. GIfford & Co. are the ship
The Wlscombe Parle, which Is loading
wheat at tho elevator, will complete her
cargo tomorrow. Tho IUversdale has be
gun loading at Greenwich No. 1.
Storm-Hound In the Straits.
According to the Victoria Colonist of
the 3d. the following fleet Is reported an
chored In Clallam Bay awaiting favorable
weather for a chance to put to sea: The
barkcntlne J. M. Griffith, from Port Had
lock for San Francisco; tho ship Fort
George, from Nanalmo for Honolulu; the
British bark Muskoka, from Tacoma for
Capo Town; the scboonor King Cyrus, from
Tacoma for San Pedro; the schooner
Frank W. Howe, from Port Hadlock for
San Pedro; the schooner Bangor, from
Everett for San Pedro; the brig W. G.
Irwin, from, Roche Harbor with lime for
San Franclico, and the schooner John G.
North, from Port Gamble for San Pedro.
The schooner James Rolph. from What
com for San Francisco, Is anchored In
Union Ships Sailors.
The branch office of the Sailors" Union,
recently establlshedon North Front street
In charge of John Pearson, agent, has al
ready supplied part crews for the lumber
vessels Samar and "Mary Wlnkleman. and
Agent Pearson expects to put a number of
men on the Amaranth, which Is loading
piling at Victoria dock.
nig- Dredge's "Fine Worlc.
Chlel Engineer Kane, of the Port of
Portland dredge Columbia, reported yes
terday that since the dredge resumed oper
ations Sunday, she has lost only 40 min
utes' time. This Is a record that could
not be Improved upon by any dredge in
the country. V
The Hutton- Hall Is discharging fire
brick at Columbia dock No. 1.
The Scottish Minstrel will move today
from Coloina dock to Columbia No. 2.
The schooner Anita has been hauled on
the ways at Supple's yard to be calked
and copper sheathed.
The Coloma will complete her cargo at
the Eastern Lumber Company's mill to
day for San Francisco.
The Samar has cleared for Shanghai
with M4.SS feet of lumber, shipped by the
Pacific Export Lumber company.
The Portland & Astatic liner Indrapura
arrived at Yokohama at 11 o'clock yes
terday morning, having made the rim
from the Columbia River in 3 days.
It Is reported from New York that
the Morgan Shipping Trust will build 12
large cargo and pawenger steamers on
the model of the Celtic, six to be built
In England, by 'Messrs. Harland & Wolff,
and six In America, each steamer to cost
about 00.000, and to make the passage
across the- Atlantic In eight days.
Domestic and Foreign Ports.
ASTORIA, Feb. 8. Arrived down at B:t0 A.
St French bark Desalx and barkcntlne Mary
Wlnkeltnan. Sailed at 8 A. it Steamer Re
dondo. for Tillamook. Balled at 4:40 P. II.
Barkcntlne Mary Wlnkelman. ror Tahiti, and
barkentlne Omera, for Ban -Francisco. Condi
tion ot the bar at 4 P. it. smooth; wind east;
Ban Francisco, Feb. 6. Arrived Steamer Sig
nal, from Coos Bay: steamer Charles Nelson,
from Seattle; tesmer San Mateo, from Lady
smtth; te&mer Areata, from Coos Bay; schoon
er Ray Somsrs. from Gray's Harbor; steamer
Msndelay, from Coqullle Rlrer. : Sailed Steam
er City of Pnebla, for Victoria.
New Tork. Feb. 0. Sailed St. Paul, for
Tenerlffe, Jan. 23. Ssilsd Ifumantls, from
Hamburc, forJSan Francisco.
New Tork. Feb. 5. Arrived Tanrle, from
Liverpool; Kalsertne Maria Theresa, from
London, Feb. B. Arrived Kingston, from
01ucowrFeb. 5. Arrived Sainartlan, from
Queeutown, Feb. 5. Sailed Nordlend, from
Liverpool, for Philadelphia; Oennanla, from
Liverpool, for New York.
Liverpool. Feb. Arrived Bohemias, from
Kew Tork: Pretorlan, from St John. N. B.,
Seattle, Feb. 5. Arrived Feb. 4 Steamer
Rainier, from Sin Francisco. Sailed Steamer
John 8. KlmbalL tor San Francisco; steamer
Cottage City, for Skagway; steamer Yeddo,
for Manila; British baric it E. Watson, for
Liverpool. Feb. 5. Salled-Corlnthlan. for
Halifax and St. John: Merlon, for Boston.
New York. Feb. 3. Sailed Amsterdam, for
Rio de la Plata. Feb. 5. Arrived Llndenhsll,
from Comox and Baa Francisco, for England.
ANSWERS MR. EDDY.
W. SI. KIllluKSTrorth Comes to the
Aid of Representative Bnrlelch.
. PORTLAND. FebTT (To the Editor.)
I notice one Mr. Eddy In an ungentle
manly manner attacked Mr. Burleigh and
accused him of Introducing a bill for
pay; also he (Mr. Eddy) was opposed
to tho bill, for he believed It to be
really for tho benefit of a certain real
estate agent of Portland, and still further
stated that It was not a good bill from
th tnnt thnt nnA . f.n 1
- ..... k W t. W L fcAIC .ill. 1. UtAl.lCU I
In the bill was actually lobbying for lU
iukzukv. noir, as i am tno only real
estate man named and tho. only one ot
the firm so named that has visited Salem.
I dertre to make answer to Mr. Eddy's
Insinuating remarks. True. I did visit
tho capital, was there two days, and spoke
to some ten or 15 members purely on the
merita of this measure, but In justice to
Mr. Burleigh would say that he waa not
one of the members. I do not know him
at all; hence he certainly cannot truth
fully be accused, ns Mr. Eddy has Insin
uated. This bill for a state Information
bureau Is a good one. and able to stand
purely on Its merits. That It will do more
to the upbuilding of Oregon than any bill
presented or that will be considered by
the present Legislature Is my firm be
lief. Thin hilt irnitlil .n.hln V,n M..n,A.
through their own county offices to take
stock of their resources and handle their
own funds. How It Is possible for Mr.
Eddy to, consider this bill Is for tho spe
cial interest of any real estate firm In
Portland Is hard to see. Mr. Eddy spoke
favorably to me of the merits of the
bill, and further stated that the county he
represented failed for the lack of fuifdg to
supply tho Harrlman lines with descrip
tive printed matter. No doubt Mr. Bur
leigh called the turn when he accufed
Mr. Eddy of playing to the gallery to
boost his chances for tho late Thomar
H. Tongue's place no never, Mr. Eddy,
a man and a gentleman must and will
fill that place or possibly some one In
Portland supplied the needed etlmulmt
to make the grand-stand play on the part
of Mr. Eddy.
W. M. KILLING3WORTIL
Lem Parker a tlmberaun. Is registered
at the Perkins, from Bay City.
Grant Mays, a cattleman from The
Dalles. Is staying at the Imperial.
A. Conn, the wealthy binkcr of Tekoi,
Wash., Is a guest of the Imperial.
Judge J. J. Balleray, a prominent legal
light of Pendleton, Is at the Imperial.
A. P. Fullerton, a well-known merchant
of Seattle. Is a guest of the Imperial.
J. H. Camp, i rotlrcd capitalist of Dav
enport, la.. Is registered at tho Imperial.
H. B. Parker, of Astoria, was In Port
land yesterday and will go to Salem to
day. J. D. Lowman. a wealthy merchant of
Seattle. Is visiting in tho city, accom
panied by his wife.
Patrick Lyons and wife were among the
nrrivnla at the Imperial yesterday. Mr.
Lyons is a Urge property-ovner of Walla
R. B. Snowden. a prominent official of
the Alaska Commercial Company, in Seat
tle, Is vlrltlng in the city. Mrs. Snowden
Louis Sloss, a millionaire of San Fran
cisco, Is In tho city. Mr. Sloss amassed
most of his wealth by tho exclusive rights
which the Alaska Commercial Company,
of which he la president, had acquired In
the famous seal fisheries of tho Pribyloft
Islands, In the Behring Sea.
NEW YORK, Febj 5.-(Speclal.)-Thc
following Northwest people are registered
at New York hotels:
Baker City,, Or. Navarre. J. O. Roun
trec. Tacoma Everett Mrs. R. Tllton.
Spokane Grand Union.- Captain H. Mo
Kay and wife.
Seattle Albert. II. S. Taylor. Victoria,
J. S. Graham and wife. Belvedere, T. Neu
man. I'ormntlcKi of Railway Brotherhood.
George Estes, president of the United
Brotherhood of Railway Employes, ad
dressed a roomful of railroad men last
evening In the Allsky bulWimr. He told
of the formation of the organization, and
sald that Its conception was due to the
meeting of the relief committee in San
Francisco in the Winter of 1'jCO. Rallroid
men then realized that much power lay In
their hand, and the brotherhood was
formed as a natural consequence. Organ
izations identical in purpose ind almost
In constitution were formed In Roseburg,
Or.. San Francisco and Ogdcn, Utah, as
the result of tho same feeling throughout
tho country. Another association bearing
the same name was afterwird founded in
Winnipeg, Canada, and this, too, was in
duced to Join tho American organization.
Mr. Estes announced that 48 men had
Joined the brotherhood since list Sunday.
He leaves for San Francisco on February
11. and Mr. Massey, a prominent organizer
of the organization, will go to Soattle at
the same time. Another open meeting
will be held early next week.
Funeral of Madame Lambert.
Ycsterdav afternoon thA fitnn1 nt
Madame Leontlne Lambert took place
irom tne catholic Cathedral. Madame
Lambert was well and favorably known
In this city and is mourned' by many
friends. Her death was not unexpected,
as she has been a patient sufferer from
an Incurable malady for several months.
Her funeral was largely attended. The
Interment took place at Lone Fir Cemetery-
She la survived by her husband, two
daughters and a son. Madame Lambert
was a member In good standing of Grand
Circle Women of Woodcraft, and As
sembly No. 121. United Artisans.
Cnrpcntrrs Union to Bnlld Halt.
The Carpenters' Union Is tired of piylng
hall rent and has decided to erect a build
ing for Its own use, the lower floors being
rented and a large hall on the upper story
being reserved, as a meeting place. A
committee Is now at work viewing suit
able locations, ind will soon report to the
union. It Is the wish to secure a site In
the business part of the city that will be
ecsy of access for all members and will
also bring In a larger rent A three or
four-story structures Is the size contem
plated by the union.
Takes Overdose of Morphine.
A slave to morphine, Chester Mason,
son of well-known people In Ccrvallls, yes
terday Indulged in a final dose which cost
him his life. He was found in a room at
1SS Morrison street with his Instrumdkts
by his side. Both his arms were a mass
of sores where he had broken the skin to
inject the drug Into his system. He was
taken to Coroner Flnley's undcrtaklng
roomc, and his parents at Corvallia were
notified of his death.
Temple Beth Israel.
Dr. Stephen S. Wise will deliver this
evening the fourth and last of a series of
addresses on "The Ethical and Religious
Teachings of the Hebrew Prophets." The
special subject of thlo evening's discourse
is to be "The Prophets Apostles of Unl
versallsm." The eervlces begin at 8 o'clock
and strangers are always welcome.
If Baby Is Cnttlns Teeth.
Be sure ind use that old and .well-tried remedr.
Mr. Wlnslow's Soottlnx Syrup, (or children
teething. It soothes the child. Mttens the gums,
allsys all pain, cures wind colic and diarrhoea.
"The Best Pill I evsr" used." is the fre
quent remark ot purchasers ot Carter's
Little Liver Pills. When you try them
you will cay the sam.
which not even Leo XIII could relieve her.
A Great Business Story
Showing how a Forty-Thousand-Dollar Fortune waa
built on a newspaper clipping and a two-cent stamp
The Uninherited Inheritance, by Elliott Flower
tn jf "Bl The American Adventures
IjOiCieE rleeC6 of a Fomne-Huntmg Earl
By DAVID GRAHAM PHILLIPS
FARM LANDS EXPENSIVE
PItOI'EltTY NKAK ItL'SSELI.VILLK
iiui.u at ?aoo AX AcrtE.
Easterners Make Freiuent IiTinlr-,
Ilut Will Xot Day, as They
Think Price Excessive.
Improved farm lands in tho vicinity of
Russell vllle are held at a pretty steep"
figure. Leand?r Lewis, who' owns consid
erable property In the neighborhood and
has lived thsre a long time, says that the
best lmpioved lands are hell ct from $300
to 100 per acre, and not much Is for fale
cen at those figures. Mr. Lewis said
further that inquiry for land by new
ccmcrs is becoming very frequent. "Two
and three men," he says, "arc out here
looking- fort locations every few days, but
they seem to thli.lc we hold the land too
high. I told them they might get cheaper
land eight or ten miles further out from
Portland, but not cround here."
What Is called brush land Ms held at
about $150 per acre. Two or three tracts
have ben"sold In the neighborhood for
00 per r.cre. and they were regarded as
good bargains. Several years ago Job
Smith, an old Umer. used to often re
mark to his neighbors that the time
would come when the Sandy Rrlver woull
be In the suburbs of Portland, and It
begins to look as If he were correct.
The building movement Is rapidly moving
In that direction from Mount Tabor. Rural
free mall delivery, telephone lines and
car tracks ni'W cover all the territory to
i he Sandy Elver, so that tho .farmtrs en
joy all the advantages cf city life, and
keep In touch with Its dally activities
through these agencies. O. W. Gay, an
DR. B E. WRIGHT Office hours:
Oraduate Iowa State Cntr. Sundays. 10 A.
NOW is the season to clean up. It will cost
you no more to give th,e rooms the proper
treatment. We have both material and ability.
E. M. MOO REHOUSE & COMPANY
307 WASH I N QTO iN STREET.
Buigdmg to be Rem6ved
OUR WASHINGTON-STREET STORE WILL XOT HOLD
THE CONTEXTS OP OCR MORRISON-STREET STORE.
Prices Cut One-Half Our Sacrifice Your Gain
Near Woodard. Clarke
The Saturday Evening Post
Mailed Every WeeK to any address, f'ffc
from now to July 1, on receipt of only Jf vri
Or for sale by your newsdealer
AT FIVE CENTS THE COPY
In tzTtio -wooK's issue February
M. de Blowite
For 30 years the famous Paris correspondent of
the London Times. In this week's issue he con
tributes a tremendous incident of his life:
The tragic progress and disappearance of Mme.
Eloa, who succumbed to a persecution from
The Western "Gold
How the money barons of the East
rowing from the wheat barons of the West.
The Curtis Publishing Company
old time resident of Mount Tabor, with
W. E. Bralnerd, bought 3S years ago a
considerable tract near where Montavllla
now stands. The tract contained tne
only house in that region, which was
heavily wocded then. Mr. Gay says that
when he looks over that district now. He
can hardly realize that It is the same
place he purchased so many years ago.
DAILY METEOROLOGICAL REPORT
PORTLAND, Feb. B.7-8 P. M. Maximum
temperature. MO: minimum temperature. 28;
river reaiMnp. 11 A. M.. 0.0 feet; change In 21
hourr. 1.0 foot; total pnclpltatlon, 5 P. M.
to 5 P. M.. 0.00; total precipitation since Sept.
1. 1902, 20.13 Inches; normal precipitation
since Sept. 1. 1002. 27.50 inches; excess. 1.03
laches: total sunshine Feb. . 4:40; possible
sunshine Feb. 4. 9:48: barometer (reduced to
ki level) at S P. II.. 30.27.
PACIFIC COAST WEATHER.
Kamloops. B. C. ,
San Francisco ..
F poli-ire .........
Tatoosh Island ..
..UOO.UO 8 NE
..124 0.00 10, W
. 18 0.00,00 Clra
't.w-1 m. t .inn
..W0.UN 7 B
..'6C O.U0L12I NW
..Isoiaoo 8 NW
..1241 T I ! SW
.. 40'O.00114 E
,. 2S T SW
v WEATHER. CONDITIONS. v
No rain or snow of consequence has fallen
A CAPTIVATING SMILE
Is only possible when the teeth arc In perfect condition.
We correct all errors, extract or fill teeth without caus
ing the slightest pain. Scientific crown and brldgcwcrk.
We always work to save a tooth. Only graduate dentists
employed. Call and Investigate our methods.
DR. B. E. WRIGHT'S 8Pr?ce
3424 Washington, Cor. Seventh
I A. M. lo I ?. M.: evenings. 7:30 to sua;
M. to 1! M. Telephone North 2181.
ALLIES I IN A...
309 Morrison 3t
Near Meier 4 Frank Co.
west of the Rocky Mountains during the last
24 hours. The temperatures continue low Jar
the teuton, and sharp frosts were reported In
California Thursday moraine-
The Indications are for fair weather In this
district Friday, except that cloudiness will In
crease alonr the coast and be followed by
llsht rale It will continue cold In the In
terior. WEATHER FORECASTS.
Forecasts made at Portland for the 2S hour
endlnc at midnight Friday. February 0:
Portland and vicinity Fair, with no marked
change In temperatue; east to southeast winds.
Oreeon and Washington Fair, except light
rain near the coast; east to southeast winds.
Idaho Fair and continued cold.
EDWARD A. BEALS. Forecast Official.
FROM THE I'LULIC SCHOOLS
nre sufilciently advanced to 'take a busi
ness or a shorthand course with ns. In
fact, we admit students of any advance
ment. Spelling, grammar, arithmetic
penmanship, letter writing, commercial
law. bookkeeping, banking. business
forms, shorthand, typewriting, etc..
axe taught. Open all tho year; students
admitted at any time; catalogue free.
PORTLAND BUSINESS COLLEGE
PARK XSTt WASHINGTON.
A. P. AR3ISTROG, LI,.B PRINCIPAL
HENRIETTA M. HOLMES.
4O0 Ablncton Uulldlne. 114 Third
Pupils prepared for any umersltr, business
college, or special examination. Particular at
tention given to those backward la publla
school work ot snr grade. Call or write.
CLASSIFIED AD. KATES.
"Rooms." "Rooms and oanl.' "HouMkeep
cc Roorni." "Situation Wanted." 13 words or
tees. IS cents: 1ft to SO words, 30 cents: 21 la
w words, 25 cents, etc 2fo discount for ad
UNDER AIL OTHER HEADS except "New
Today." 30 cents for 15 words or less; IB la
20 words. 40 cents; 1 to 25 words. SO cents;
etc. flrst Insertion. Each additional Insertion,
cne-nalf ; no further discount under on month.
" NEW TODAY" 'jrauxa measure aate). IS
'nts per line. Ant Insertion: 10 cents per Una
for facn additional Insertion. 1
AN SW KltS TO ADVERTISEMENTS, ad
dressed care The Orexonlan and left at tnls
oiTlce. should always be Inclosed In sealed en-Ts-tope.
No stamp is required on such letters.
The Orezonlaa will not b responslblef for
error n advertisements taken throuch the
26,000 WASHINGTON ST.
About M block In particularly adrantaEtous
location. F. V. Andrews & Co.. Hamilton bids.
On unproved cltr and farm property- Bulldla.
loins. Installment loans. W1I. UACMASTSR.
Ml Worcester block.
On Improved city property. Building loans.
EASY MONTHLY PAYMENTS.
FRED H. STRONG, 103 2d st.
GOOD FOR SPECULATION
The cheanest i block Is opposite II. tVeln
hard's brick block. Inquire of T. V. Andrews
& Co.. Hamilton bids;.
PAKRISn. WAKIXS Jt CO., insur
ance, rental, loan anil real estate
agents, No. 250 Alder street, are novr
oflerinK some sroow bargains in Im
proved and unimproved city real
estate. Private funds to loan on cltv-