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CITY NEWS IN BRIEF
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Conntlng-Room . Ualn 6W
Managing Editor Mala 638
Ban day Editor , Main 6235
City Editor ,. ..Main 160
Society Efiltor Main 6235
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Superintendent Building Bed 2S28
East Slda Office East 61
COLUMBIA. THEATER (Htb and "Washington)
tonight at 8:05. "Old Heidelberg."
ETIIIC THEATER (cor. Alder and 7tfa Comedy-drama.
"The Convict's Daughter." 2 UK)
and 8:15 P. M.
STAR THEATER (Park and Washington
Continuous vaudeville, 2:30 to 10:30 P. M.
BAKER THEATER (Third and Tamhlll)-Con-tlnuous
vaudeville, 2 SO to 10:30 P. M.
GRAND THEATER (Park and Washington)
Continuous vaudeville, 2:30 to 30 UK) P. 34.
Ljteeabt- Club Programme. Mrs. Jor
dan Purvlne has charge of a pro gramma
to be presented thia afternoon at the First
Congregational Church, under the auspices
of. the Literary Cluh. The hostesses for
the afternoon are Mesdames Harding,
Hare. Llvesley. McFarland, McKeen.
Northup, Nothnagle, Pratt, Prehn and
Rapp, and they and the other members of
the society cordially Invito their friends
to be present. The programme, under the
general topic "Old Songs," will be: "Last
Night" (KJerula-Rees), Ladles Quartet;
solo, "When You and I Were Young"
(Butterfield), Mrs. J. M. C. Miller; violin
solo. ''The Holy City." Miss Cornelia
Barker; solo. "Kathleen Mavourneen"
(Crouch), Miss Kathleen Lawler; "My Old
Kentucky Home." Ladles Quartet.
Unitarian "Woman's axuaxce. The
regular monthly literary exercises of the
Alliance -will be held this afternoon at the
Unitarian chapel. Seventh and Yamhill
streets. Mrs. "William G. Eliot, Jr., the
essayist of the afternoon, will take
"Lesslng" for her subject. Following Mrs.
Eliot's paper will be short discussions. In
which any one present is privileged to
join. Miss Caroline "Willis will sing sev
eral selections. The ladies of the"Allianca
cordially invite all friends of tho society
and strangers in the city to be present at
this programme, which will begin at 2:30
o'clock. The business meeting preceding
will be called to order promptly at 2
To Vote on the Cow Question. Mrs.
J. H. Smith, Mrs. Allen Blackburn and
Mrs. R. Sbepard, a committee appointed
at the meeting of the Ladles' Civic
League of St. Johns, held at tho home
of Mrs. "W. C "Walker, are circulating a
petition to the Council asking that pro
visions be made to allow the people to
vote whether cows shall run at large, or
whether they shall be kept off the streets.
The Commercial Club has Indorsed the
petition, and It Is being signed quite gen
erally. At this meeting of the league the
new officers were installed and entered on
their duties. Mrs. Belle Smith Is the
To Relieve Destitute Familt. Many
contributions of food and clothing have
been received by Rev. and Mrs. H. J.
Holzapfel for the unfortunate and de
serted family living In North Portland
as a result of the appeal for aid made
by the minister and his wife. There Is,
however, still an urgent need of cash for
the purpose of liquidating several small
debts and paying the house rent, and Rev.
Mr. Holzapfel again asks that those able
either send to his home. 683 Thurman
street, such sum as they can, or telephone
to Main 4055 and he will call for the
High School alumni Reorganized.
The High School Alumni Association will
hold an open meeting about April 1, par
tially to reorganize the association and
also to receive Into the body the latest
graduates from the school. The now con
stitution was adopted at a meeting last
evening, but the charter will not be closed
until after the open meeting. A commit
tee consisting of Miss Edwina Mastlck,
Julian Cobentz and Mrs. F. H. Noltner
was appointed to arrange for this meeting.
Volunteers Ask tor Clothes. The
Volunteers of America once more wish to
make an appeal for old clothing. There
are several families in need of clothing.
bedding, etc. There are men, women and
children on the list of volunteers. Call
up Hood 1591 and the Volunteers will
gladly call for anything that might be
useful to some one. Captain ana Mrs,
Arents are In charge. The headquarters
are at 243 Ash street, where the poor are
Council of Jewish "Women. Mrs. Mar
cus Flelshner will direct the programme
for the Council of Jewish "Women to be
held today. The comldctta. "The Examln
Ing Committee." presented at a meeting
of the "Woman's Club under the direction
of Mrs. Nina Larowe. will be repeated.
There will be music of Miss Loewenberg
and Master Harold Germaine. The sub
ject of the afternoon will be "The Les
son of Oberammergau."
Death of George Kindorff. George
KindorfC died yesterday at the home of
hie brother, Arthur Kindorff, 614 East
Burnside street. His home was. in Stev
ens County, "Washington. He was a
brother of Fred. Arthur and "William
Kindorff and Mrs. Amelia Hammond, of
Portland, and was 47 years old. The fu
neral will take place tomorrow afternoon
at 2 o'clock, at East Sixth and Alder
To Form "War Veteran Auxiliary.
The proposed meeting which was to be
held this afternoon for the purpose of
organising an auxiliary to Scout Young
Camp. U. S. w. v ., has been postponed
until Tuesday afternoon. March 7. at 2:30
P. M.. at Drew Hall. 152 Second street.
All relatives of Spanish "War veterans are
requested to be present and become char
"Wages Satan Pats. "The "Wages
Satan Pays" will be the theme of the ser
mon tonight at the First Christian
Church, Park and Columbia streets, by
E. B. MUckley. pastor. The services are
ehort and helpfuL A question box is open
each evening to any appropriate questions
you may desire to ask. They will be an
swered the same evening If possible.
Holds Revival Services. Rev. H. J.
Holzapfel of the Mission of the United
Evangelical Churches Is greatly encour
aged with the results of the revival meet
lngs which are being conducted at Ruth's
Hall on Savier street, between Twenty'
first and Twenty-second. This evening at
7 45 o'clock Rev. E. . McVlcker, of St.
Johns, will preach. All are invited.
Funeral of Mrs. Christina Hoctpina.
The funeral of Mrs. Christina Hollplna
took place yesterday. The Interment was
In Brainerd's Cemetery. Rev. August
Grause. of the St Paul's German Luth
eran Church, conducted the services. Mrs.
Hollplna died at the North Pacific Sana
torlum. She was a widow, 60 years-ot age.
Recital given by'the Spltzner Philhar
monic Society. March S at S:15 sharp, Mar
quam Grand Theater. Reserved seats, 10c
to any part of the house, at "Woodard &
Clarke's. Exchange and sale of tickets at
the Marquam Grand will begin March 2,
10 o'clock A. M.
East Side Court Moves. The East Side
court has been moved to the Breyman
building, first floor, on the northeast cor
ner of East "Washington street and Union
avenue. Here the records of the coiirt
will be kept in a brick and steel vault.
The "Woman's Guild of the Church of
the Good Shepherd will give an afternoon
tea today in the Sunday school rooms,
Sell wood and Vancouver ave., from 2
P. M. to 5 P. 31. Everybody welcome.
rev. Dr. "Wilson to Lecture. Rev.
Dr. J. A. B. Tvllson. of San Francisco,
will deliver a free lecture at the Taylor-
street M- E. Church tonight on "Darkest
New York After Dark."
Volunteers Are Thankful. The Vol
untoers of America wish to thank Rev.
Dr- Brougher and his co-workers for their
kindness and assistance at Mrs. Balllng-
ton Boqin s meetings.
Sacked Heart Church Social Club
gives entertainment Frl. eve. All Invited.
For'Sale. First-class city property .near
i'nruaaq. iioiei. Amngton bids.
WscRfBM&t dentists. Third and "Wash,
Funeral of Mrs. Lawler. The fu
neral of Mrs. Margaret Lawler will oe
held from St. Mary's Cathedral, Fif
teenth and Davis streets, this morning
at 9 o'clock. Mrs. Lawler. who was 65
years old. had lived almost continuously
in Portland since 1K53. She died Sunday.
and will be buried by the side of her hus
band, who died 19 years ago. Three chil
dren, Mrs. J. Variable and Edward Law
ler, both of San Francisco, and John J.
Lawler, of Portland, survive her.
Sate He "Will Make Good. Robert F-
Louden was arrested last flight by De
tectives Kerrigan and Snow on a charge
of obtaining money by false pretenses.
SoL Shapiro, proprietor of the Maze Cafe,
made the complaint. The defendant spent
the night In Jail. He says he will be able
to make good the checks he cashed, wnicn
aggregate about 5150. He says he merely
overdrew his bank account, and that no
harm has been done.
Center Addition "Wants a Countt
Road. Center Addition wants a county
road to Montavllla running almost par
allel with the Base Line road, but follow
ing the car line. The Center Addition
Board of Trade last evening drew up a
request to the County Commissioners to
look over the ground. The Montavllla
Board of Trade is working in conjunction
with the Center Addition people for the
Swami Ram Soctett. There will be a
meetlnsr of the Friends of Anclont India
at the residence t Mrs. A. C French.
322 Jackson street, this evening at 8
HAVE PBAYER AT COTTAGES
Fifty Meetings Held In One Evening
in Portland. '
At nearly 50 homes in this city cottage
prayer meetings were hold last night.
The object of the gatherings was to pro
mote the interest of all church members
In the coming revival services which are
to be conducted by Dr. J. Wilbur Chap
The services at the various houses were
much the same. At some of the gather
ings short sermons were the principal fea
tures, but most of tho meetings consisted
of prayers and songs by representatives
both of pulpit and pew. Several of the
meetings were In charge of the pastors
of the most prominent churches, and at
these there was an exceptionally large
attendance. Special musical programmes
were rendered at one or two of the meet
ings, and scriptural readings were given
Such meetings are not uncommon, but
to hold in a night so many of them Is
something never before heard of in Port
land, and those interested in religious
matters look forward to a great awaken
ing on the part of the general public as
result of the Chapman evangelistic
services and others that are to follow.
DIES IN" SANTA BARBARA.
Leonard A. Lindhome Passes Away
In Southern California.
A telegram was received here yester
day morning announcing the death of
Leonard A. Lindhome. formerly of this
city. In Santa Barbara, Cal., Monday
night, resulting from a severe 'attack of
pneumonia, which was contracted last
Mr. Lindhome had lived In this city
several years with his parents at 706 Cor
bett street. About a year ago he began
working for the Pacific States Telephone
& Telegraph Company and was employed
in the switch room of the main building
at Park and Alder streets, until five
weeks ago, when he went to Santa Bar
bara and went into the company's office
in that city. He was in his 21st year. He
was a member of Company H, Third In
fantry, Oregon National Guard, and will
be buried with military honors next Sun
day. His body started for this city last
evening and will be at Holman's under
taking establishment after its arrival
BILLBOARD PICTURES OF WOMEN
W. C. T. U. Protests Against Such
Use in Advertising Whiskies.
Mrs. Bonclaire conducted the Bible read
ing and Mrs. Kellar, the evangelist,
led in prayer at the meeting of the
"W. c. T. U. at the homo of the presi
dent, Mrs. M. J. Janney, yesterday after
noon. There was a large attendance ana
the meeting was interesting. Superinten
dents lor the various departments of
work were appointed and different mem
bers spoke In remonstrance of the em
ployment of pictures of women in bill
board liquor advertisements, this claim
being in answer to what the Mayor has
said on the subject of such advertising.
The union Is working in hearty co-oper
ation with the Travelers' Aid Society,
hoping to give much assistance during
the Fair. The next meeting will be
hold next Tuesday at the home of Mrs.
DAVID BISPHAH BECITAL.
Some Fine Old English Songs Will
There will be some of the splendid
old songs at tho Blspham recital that
will delight tho hearts of every one. for
no one can afford to miss this prince
among man singers. Ho gives pro
grammes that another singer would find
hard to duplicate, and in a manner that
is a lesson for either male or female
voices. Besides the benefit to be de
rived from listening to the most intelll
gent and artistic interpretations of the
best-known songs and arias one hears at
Sispham's concerts the splendid old
classics that few men and women are
able to sing. Then if there is anything
that needs explaining, bo sure that David
Blspham will toll you air about it.
The concert will be under the direction
of Lois Steers and "Wynn Corn an. Sale
of seats Tuesday, March 7.
Dr. C M. McArthur, of Salem, is at
Stanley A. Easton, a mining man of
"Wardner, Idaho, is a guest at the
Charles L. Tutt, the Colorado Springs
millionaire, who owns a Summer home
on the Columbia and a smelter in
Southern Oregon, Is spending a few
days at the Portland.
Miss X. Burns, once a resident of Port
land, recently graduated from St. Luke's
Hospital, Spokane, Is now visiting at Post
Falls, Idaho, but expects to return to the
hospital within a few days,.
Kurt H. Koebler. who has completed
a course at Harvard for tho degree of
A. B.. has retxrned liome. According
to the regulations of Harvard College,
he was pemltted to leave Cambridge
before tho year was up. having passed
in the requisite number of courses to
obtain a degree.
NEW YORK, Feb. 2S. Special.)
York hotels today as iouows:
From Portland A. . B. Scott, H. "W.
Kontt nt th Albemarle.
From Tacoma-J. F. Hlatt, at the
RVrtTn Seattle M. A. Kellv. Ml.s 1
Allen, at the Everett; "W. Green, at the
WHERE TO DENE.
All the delicacies of the season at tha
Portland Restaurant, fine, private apart
ments for parties. 33 vvastu near Sta.
Buroertfa Vanilla Extract
Is se-14 by all the fceert grocer TCX75htr&&.
EBB MOBXING OHBOOSIAiri ; WBDSW5DAT,
LODGED IN JAIL
Robert W. Patterson Held for
WOMAN IS HIS ACCUSER
Says He Took Her Diamonds, and
the Prisoner's Former Partner
Helps to Corroborate
Four thousand dollars was more money
than Robert W. Patterson could procure
yesterday afternoon, scrhe spent the night
In a cell of the City Jail, the guest of
Captain of Police Moore. Ho was ar
rested on a warrant charging him with
grand larceny, the complaint being signed
by Mrs. Marie Palm, of Spokane. She al
leges the defendant took from her dia-
mond finger and earrings to the value of
J8C0 on the night of December 23, 1901.
Detectives Day and "Wclner have been
working on the case for some time, and
yesterday secured a search warrant.
They went to the Cosmopolitan saloon
operated by J. B. Moore, who was for
merly In partnership with Patterson. In
the safe la his establishment they located
a diamond finger ring, worth $150. The
Jewel was Identified last night by Mrs.
jpaim, who declares It to be her property.
Moore explained his connection with the
case by the statement that Patterson gave
him the ring In part payment of a debt.
He further stated to the detectives that
on the night of the robbery, at which
time he was in business with Patterson.
the latter told him he Intended robbing
Mra. Palm. The deed was done In the Fa
vorite saloon. Fourth and Couch streets.
At the time Mrs. Palm reported to the
police that she was drugged during the
night, and knew nothing of the robbery
until she awakened in the morning.
Patterson has been In the saloon bus!
ness in Portland ten years. The police
nave naa constant trouble with him.
They declare he has always been a
fence for thieves. Many complaints
have been lodged against him for various
thefts, but ho has never served time In
Jail for anything more Eerlous than va
grancy. He was jailed In Seattle, and
served three months. He came here from
Denver. He Is a lawyer, although he
never pracucea in Portland.
AT THE THEATERS
What the Press Agents Say.
The Reigning Sensation.
The strongest adjective in the die
tionary, with exclamation points. Is not
a whit too strong qualification of "Old
Heidelberg" as It Is staged and acted
at tne Columbia this week.
The only fault found with it bv the
critics is tnat it apparently leaves no
equal or higher altitude for the Colum
bla management to reach in the fu
But Manager Ballard Is a manager
when it comes to climbing theatrical
heights, and Columbia patrons can
safely leave the future In his hands.
Meanwhile let us enjoy the gifts the
gods provide a S3 entertainment for
60 cents and look cheerful.
The stage settings of "Old Hoi del
berg" at the Columbia are so nearly
equal to iiansncids own production
that good critics say "they look like
And the Inspirational acting of Cath
rlne Countlss and Howard Gould Is a
revelation even to tho most enthusi
astic admirers of these talented players.
Manager Ballard. Stage Director Ber
nard, Scenic Artist Frank King and
the magnificent aggregation known as
the Columbia Stock Company, are all
entitled to the lavish praise showered
UNDER the auspices of the Home
Training Association," a parents'
rally was held at the Calvary Presby
terian Church last evening. Tho pur
pose of the meeting was to create In
the parents a desire to acquire and
learn of the most helpful methods In
the raising and training of their chil
dren. The Home Training Association
is working with the view to bring into
closer relations the home and the
school and. to surround childhood with
that loving, wise care In the impres
sionable years of life that will develop
good citizens. It was also for tha pur--poso
of developing wiser and better
trained parenthood. This means that
the association is not satisfied with the
way American children are brought up.
The small boys who read dime novels
in spite of the protestations- or pun
ishments from their mothers, found a
friend last night in H. TV. Stone, sec
retary of the T. M. C A of this city.
"It is only natural for boys who have
Just graduated into their teens to read
dime novels of the most exciting and
wild "kind," said Mr. Stone, in the
course of his address. "They are then
experiencing the savage period of their
existence, and long for activity. They
detest inaction. They are then begin
ning to acquire the habit of reading,
and the literature that a-ffords them
excitement and thrills is the kind they
Tf parents realized that the natural
tendency of children Is for the upbuild
ing and development of upright and
honest characters." said Dr. Woods
Hutchinson, "the world would have
broader and brighter men." Dr. .Hutch
inson had for subjct. "The Physical"
Basis of Infantile Moral."' 1he chil
upon Ihera by a. thousand enthusiasts
Owing to length of the performance
curtain will rise at S:05."
Sale of Seats Begins Thursday.
Vahsn'c THtr fnlorArt Minstrels Will
V. nMrarHnn ftt thfl EmDlra-The-
ater four nights beginning with, the
usual matinee next Sunday. This com
pany comes with tho reputation oi giv
ing a performance that cannot be ex
..iiori Brothers with 20 years'
experience believe in the old maxim.
"what is worth doing at ail is wonn
Antnir tvii." and thev havo rsitherca
together this season 30 colored enter
tainers who are past masters in. meir
Una nf tnn-m nvinsr. including a num
ber of handsome women, who will be
quite an innovation in themselves, do
ing away with the omnmo inreaagata
minstrel show everyone Is so tired of.
Creatore's Band at the Marquam.
nrha onruanm hre on the .evenings of
Monday and Tuesday, March 6 and 7, and
at. .the Tuesday roaunee oi ranuio mu
his Italian oana douj me uun,iv
v- nr vi(ih am nrfme favorites
everywhere will be at the Marquam
Grand as previously annouuecu. a-v
temple for tha present and future tri
limniio nf thJn nrirsnization could have
been selected than this musical fane in
which Creatore and his pnaianx oi mu
sical monarchs will doubtless win many
well-deserved laurels. Slgnore Sodero, the
celebrated Neapolitan harpist, will assist
Creatore and his band as soioisu Aavaace
sale will open next Friday.
' Othello Tomorrow Night.
Tomorrow evenlnc at the Marquam
Grand Theater the eminent actor, Charles
B. Hanford, supported by Marie Drofnah
and an excellent company of players, win
present Shakespeare's great tragedy.
Othello." Miss Drofnah as "Desdemona
has made so favorable an Impression
heretofore that her performance of this
role canot fall to attract popular Inter
est. That excellent actor Frank Hennig,
will play "lago," and Edouard D"Olza
will play "Cassio." Mr. Hanford will ap
pear as "Othello." Seats are now sell
Uncle Tom's Sale lomorrow.
Tomorrow morning at 10 o'clock the ad
vance sale of seats will open for Stetson s
bigUnc!e Tom's Cabin" Company which
comes to the Marquam Grand Theater
next Saturday afternoon and night. This
will afford the only opportunity of the
season of seeing Harriet Beocher Stowe's
great drama of the slavery days. "Watch
for the big parade Saturday, a treat for
Y. M. C. A. OFFICIALS HERE NOW
Oregon-Idaho Conference and Young
Men's Meetrng to Be Held.
Four of the most prominent and influ
ential officials of the American Toung
Men's Christian Associations aro visiting
Portland today. These representatives
are Clarence J. Hicks, associate general
secretary of the international committee;
C K. Ober, field secretary of tho Inter
national committee, both of New York
City, and George McDlll, secretary of the
Railroad Toung Men's Christian Assocla
tlons, and I. E Brown, state secretary of
Illinois, both of Chicago. This afternoon
at A o clock these association officials will
meet with the Oregon-Idaho executive
committee in the association building and
tonight they take supper with the Bort-
land boardof directors.
At 8 o'clock In the association auditor
ium C K. Ober and I. E. Brown will
have charge of and address a young men's
meeting. This is one of tho meetings of
preparation for the coming evangelistic
services under the charge of J. "Wilbur
Chapman. All young men in the- city
who are-Interested In these coming meet
ings aro invited to be present.
TO TESTIFY IN MINING SUIT
Fred W. B. Bradjey, Noted Engineer,
Comes to Portland.
One of the wealthiest Vind most wide
ly known mining engineers in the
country is a guest at the Portland. He
Is Fred "W. Bradley, of San Francisco,
and his visit here at this time is in con
nection with tho suit of the Badger
Gold Mining Company against the
Stockton Gold & Copper Mining Com
pany. In which he figures as one of
the star witnesses.
Mr. Bradley stands very high in his
profession, ranking with John Hays
Hammond as an expert. He is consult
ing and managing engineer of the
Bunker Hill and Sullivan Interests with
its allied properties, which include the
Tacoma. smelter. He is also consulting-
engineer for the famous Treadwell
mine and has other Alaska interests.
Burned by Blazing Fuse.
Harry Nottingham, while adjusting
some "fuse wires in the lime and cement
store of his father, C "W. Nottingham,
at First and Alder streets, yesterday,
afternoon, was severely burned about
tho face by the blazing of a fuse. He
was leaning close over the wire's and
sparks splashed up in his eyes, blind
ing him temporarily. He was lmrae
dlately removed to a hospital, where
the doctors and oculists summoned said
that his eyesight would only be Injured
Comes Out for Governor.
CORVALLIS. Or., Feb. 28. (Special.)
Dr. James wlthycombe, of the Oregon
Agricultural College, today made formal
announcement of his candidacy for the
OF THE CHILD
dren should he given a loose rain." ha
continued, ""and if such were the case
they -would bo far better off. Instead
tho parents fall to realize that the child
has some individuality, and try to drive
and force into their natural characters
all tho ideas they have acquired in the
course of their life They try to make
tho children do things that are not
natural. The children desiro and craveJ
for fats and meats, but the parents
keep those particular kinds oZ food
away from them. It is simply for the
reason that the child wants it. They
do not stop., to think that the child is
craving for something natural, and
Which would be good for it."
"I see in the programme," said Rabbi
Stephen S. "Wise, who was one of the
speakers, "that this i a parents
rally. "But I also see that fathers are
especially Invited, as though they were
really not a parent. That Is the trou
ble with the present system of bring
ing up the children. Tho mother takes
the- place of the father in the raising
and upbringing of the children. The
father should have a place in the up
bringing of kls children, and when
such is the case it -invariably results
in the raising of honest, intelligent and
Governor Chamberlain was to hav
addressed the rally, but he was de
talned at Salem on Important business.
Mrs. Samuel Connell, Mrs, A. D. Soper
and Rev. William "8. Gilbert gave short
addresses. Miss Ethel Shea sang a
vocal solo, and there were several se
lections by the Men's Resort Mai
Quartet. The church was nearly filled
with an Interested audience, wnich fre
qucntly applauded when the speakers
cucceeded In bringing out "trell-llrecied
suggestions -for 'the better training of
children ;- .
JfiSCS X, 1905.
JUMPS INTO RIVER
Despondent Man's Attempt at
RESCUED BY BYSTANDERS
George Clark, at the City Jail, Ad
mits His Trial to End Life,
and ' Is Sorry That He
-"Here's where I shuffle off."
So spoke George Clark at 5 o'clock yes
terday afternoon, after suddenly running
from behind a large pile of debris to the
edge of the dock at the foot of Davis
street, and turning for a moment, he ad
dressed some men standing near. He had
a stone tied about his waist, and leaped
into the river before he could be stopped.
with great difficulty, he was rescued
In planning to-kill himself, Clark made
the mistake of deciding upon the wrong
stone. It was not sufficiently heavy to
carry him beneath the water, and mon
fished him out alive.
Clark was taken In charge by Patrol
men Burke and Seymour, and conveyed to
Pollce-Headquarters in a patrol wagon.
He was shivering from the cold and wet.
"Why did you jump into the river?
asked Captain Moore.
T was tired of life, and wished to die."
answered, Clark. "I am sorry I failed In
the attempt- I havo nothing for which
Clark was booked and jailed, and today
it is probable Deputy City Attorney Fitz
gerald will arraign him in the Municipal
Court on a charge of attempting to com'
mlt suicide. Thl3 the prosecuting officer
has previously done, using the disorderly
Clark Is aged 38 years, and is well
known here. A peculiar feature of the
case was that Clark, who was the first
prisoner to be searched and locked up
by Jailer Baty, Just detached from patrol
duty, is the first man with whom the
officer had to do when he went on the
police force several years ago. He ar
rested Clark for being drunk. Clark has
no relatives here.
Chadwlck Indictments Will Stand.
CLEVELAND, Feb. 28. Judge Tay
ler. of the United States District Court.
today overruled the motion of Attorney
J. P. Dawley, counsel for Mrs. Chad
wick, that the two indictments re
turned against her by the Federal
Grand Jury on-February 21 be quashed.
Do no puree or weaken tne bowels, but
act specially on the liver and bile. A per
fect liver corrector. Carter's Little Liver
You Cant Get Monev
(Watering stock a la "Frenzied Finance'"!
unless you're "on the lnsld ' But for us
ordinary mortals the old way is the best
way plus modern Ideas of orofltlnz by
compounded interest. In few words: Put
your savings, however little, In this bank
and get the profits we guarantee of 4 PER
nLvn rvntocc?m ... .. .
nuauy. xour money works tor you while
you worK xor money.
Oregon Savings Bank
SIXTH AND MORRISON STS
The World's Greatest Baritone,
THE STE1NWAY PIANO
Of course. All the great artists use no
For Sole Only By
SOULEBROS. PIANO CO.
Stdnway and fifteen other makes of
372 and 374 Morrison St., Cor. W. Paxlc
Park and Washington, Portland, Oregon
"The SchopI of Quality"
MODERN, PRACTICAL, COMPLETE
Open all the year. Catalogue free
A. P. ARMSTRONG, LL. B., PRINCIPAL
JOTtt leading varieties la different
sizes, at populex prices. Also 14.000
paasles. and other hardy earden plant
that should be planted now.
BITRKHARDT BROS., 23d and Glban.
Schwab Printing Co.
SZST WOXK. ZZUSOJfJSLS TZICXS
IT'S THF RFT OF AIMM
PARKER RYE WHISKEY
ROTHCH1LD BROS., Portland, Or;
AND MONOGRAMS EMBOSSED ON STATIONERY
Independent telephone lines are being installed by progressive
farmers in all parts of the country. If your neighborhood is without
a line, write us for our Bulletin No. 50, and let us explain, tha great
advantage and the small cost of a rural system.
We carry complete line of Phones, Wire, Brackets, Pins and
Correspondence solicited. Prices cheerfully submitted.
WESTERN ELECTRIC WORKS
No. 61 Sixth Street Portland, Ore.
Are responsible for many ills attributed to other
causes. Headaches, stomach troubles and nervous
prostration result from eyestrain and can only be
relieved by properly adjusted lense3. We cure hun
dreds of such cases where drugs and doctors fail
133 SIXTH STREET
Stops ltehlnr of
Ttt SrfciMl itstij ttif "Kill Ua Durfntt Sim"
QUITE HOMELY QUITE ATTRACTIVE
TJi -woman -with homely features will not
lack ittrtctlTeneu IT her head Is crowned
toe Starts, tl.OO. SeaJ 10c, straps, to HE3P1CIDE CO., Dept. H. Detrott, Kick., tar i S!:
Applications at Prominent Barber Shops.
o PAoea. u PKmrars.
I TiUvrfcodar-fuI booh. ts&
I to know, cad ffnryt&Sf
lyou ahovjld know m
(regard to blood
,WTTW bttbc wcrls-
inn wmn wmvttw ob 7WMr- .
9 Cenassi See. BemiUe, Wash,
QaaUty coasldered. than any other
Needles, Oil, Repairs
954 SCorrtsOH Street.
B4e YVllUaiaa Avesuo (East Side.);
The Terrible Skin Scourge j Itching, Burning
1 &ke&ft, Wwplng, Crusting Scaling,
tittle babies most afflicted. No alee?, rest frail
Thnatntg ef Harflaa. Seay, medicated, astlsep
tie: SJtieXili (olnt.), to kill hnor gerc,
beal tie aklB and sto Itching, and Sltf ahealta
jrUDESOFMOTHEBS relyoa Slrfnheal tlx
feeataest with Hartafv Soar ifor tojedtetett;
rellerlsg and calekly curias an kinds of
Ing honors from. Infancy to old age. f ob wnH
Mag the Ma and hair, soothlne all Irritation
tsA sc aaany antiseptic uses. Druggist.
WOODA8D, CLARKE CO
- Jfoaxta aaa "Wasklagrtoa.
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FOURTH ANP WASHINGTON.
the scalp lastantlr.
BILL SATE IT
with an abundance oX beautiful hair. Sat,
on the other hand, the finest contour cf
rentals face lores much of Its attractive
ness If the hair Is scanty or looks dis
eased. The dandruff microbe causes dull,
brittle or letterless hair, with later dan
druff, itching- scalp and f alllnsr hair. New
bro's Herptclde destroys this enemy of
beauty and permits the hair to grow as
nature Intended. A delightful hair dress
ing. Gives wonderful results. No oil or
New York Dental Parlors
XH AKD ilORKISON STS-. I'OEXLANC,
Having lust completed remodeling, refur
nishing and re-equipping our office with all tho.
latest improved, modern appliances, both elec
trical and mechanical, we are better prepared
than ever to complete all kinds of operations
with great skill and dispatch. Our specialists-'
of world renown will treat all who come with,
the courtesy and care that the New Tbrk Den.
tlsts are so well known by. We do not try to
compete with cheap dental work, but do. all
kinds of nrst-cl&ts work at about halt that
charged by others. All operaUons are guar
anteed painless. Tou can have your teeth
out In the morning and go home ..with your
NEW TEETH "that fit" the same day.
All work guaranteed, with a protected guar-'
antec for 10 years.
TEETH EXTRACTED AND FIUSD AB
SOLUTELY "WITHOUT PAIN, by our lata sci
entific methods applied to the gums. No .sleep
producing agents or cocaine.
These are the only dental parlors In Port
land having PATENTED APPLIANCES ai
Ingredients to extract, fill and apply gold
crowns and porcelain crowns undetectable
from natural teeth. All work done by GRAD
UATED DENTISTS of from 12 to 20 years' ex
perience, and each department in charga of a
specialist. Give us a call, and you will ta6T
ua to do exactly as we advertise. We will tell
you In advance exactly what your work will
coat by a FREE- EXAMINATION.
SET TEETH $5 -W
gold crowns s.er
GOLD FTLXJNGS $1.0e
SILVER TTLUNGS 5e
New York Dental Parlors
Hours: 8:30 A. 31. to 6 P. 1CT Sundays and
holidays. 8.30 to 2 P. H.
Fourth, and Harrison Streets, Portland, Or.
FOR HOUSE USE
Evren Not Coal, delivered at 85.75 per tea
Haven lump Coal, delivered at 8.59 pee tea?
Benton Lump Coal, delivered at 7.00 per, tea
Australian Coal, delivered at er tea
Carbon Hill Coal, delivered at. - 7.58 pet Um
Bode Springs Coal, delivered at &29 ysr
Screened Coal Full WeJsbt.
VULCAN COAL CO.
Office Phoae Mit 3776. 329 Bunulaa St.
405 Dekmn bldg.
From 9 A. M. to
5 P. M.
DAY AND THURS
DAY UNTIL. 8 P. It
PRINTS THE NEXT. WE ARE HEAD
QUARTERS FOR PHOTO-BNIiABGl!-MENTS
OF ALL. KINDS. OUR "WORK
IS THE STANDARD FOR THB'NOJtTiT
WEST. MAID ORDERS SOLICITED.
GEO. M. STRONG, 153 TV. PARK JTT.