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BORDWELL TO TBI
DAUGHTER OF MARCUS DALY, WHOSE FUNERAL WAS HELD
YESTERDAY IN NEW YORK.
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Selection of Veteran Jurist of
Los Angeles Is Now
Many Want Raw Wool Free,
but They Can't Carry It
COMPROMISE IS PLANNED
DELAYS TO BE AVOIDED
Scheme I to Slake 50 Ter Cent Cut
and Red ore Tariff Annually Till
All Is Gone Caucus Will
' WASHTXOTOX. May Tha Houm
committee on ways and means will be
gin working on the revision of the wool
schedule next week. The Democratic
majority In the House as well as the
Democratic membership of the commit
tee are divided, but the committee dl
vlslon Is not so wide as during; the last
It Is the pollry of Speaker Clark.
I ncerwood and other Democratic lead
ers not to submit a bill placlnc raw
wool on the free list. Many lemo
rrats want- raw wool on the free Ust:
others believe the schedule should not
re so radically revised at this time.
Party Divided on J'ree Wool.
That a majority of the Democrats on
the ways and means committee favored
free raw wool until a few .lays ago
t.iere Is no doubt, but a majority of
Iemocrats could not be secured to
swinv such a bill, even In committee,
nor could a majority of "Democrats In
the House be enlisted for Its passage.
To airree on a bill that the Demo
crats can support unanimously, or
nearly s. Is the purpose of the party
leaders. The bill, when finally re
ported, will be a compromise, approved
by the Democratic caucus. There will
be no forn.al caucus on the wool sched
ule, however, until the majority mem
bers of the ways and means committee
have agreed on a bill.
Gradual Reduction Likely.
It Is reported that of the 14 members
on the committee only seven are stand
ins; for free raw wool. Originally
there were nine. The progressives? be
lieve In a gradual reduction on raw
wool and the plan now Is for a (0
per cent reduction for the first year, or
a tariff of about cents a pound, a
rent a pound to be cut off each year
for five years, at the end of which
time the commodtty would automatical
ly go on the free list.
Such a compromise Is looked on with
favor by the Democrata. and such an
arrangement doubtless will be approved
before the bill reaches the House.
RECIPROCITY IS VP NEXT
Senate Una nee Committee to Devote
Two Week to II.
WASHINGTON. May S.-The Senat
committee on finance today decided to
devote t!:e time between now and Satur
day. May 13. to hearings on the Canadian
reciprocity Mil. immediately after that
date It Is exp-cted that tile bill wtll be
reported to the Senate.
While there Is no intention to permit
the hearing; to Involve the free list bill
so as to delay consideration of reclprocl
. ty. witnesses will be permitted to make
s Incidental arguments bearing; on the
MIL The first expressions tomorrow to
be made by representatives of the shoe
Interests will be devoted principally to
contentions arilr.jt the free list bill.
"The purpose of the committee." said
Senator Penrose, who today assumed the
chairmanship. "Is to press ths reciprocity
bill to a speedy report."
After next Monday the committee will
meet dally and sit throughout each day,
but during; the remainder of the present
week the meeting will be desultory.
Senators Nixon, of Michigan, and Mc
lumlk-r. of North Dakota, both asked
time today for representatives of agri
cultural Interests to oppose reciprocity.
PROTECTION' IS DISCUSSED
Democratic Plan to Make Acrlcul-
torat Implements Free Debated.
WASHINGTON. My ".Protection
and free trade were the themes of to
day's debate In the ll.mse over the
Democratic bill to put agricultural Im
plements, certain food products and
manufactured articles on the free list.
Mr. TUlson. of Connecticut, said bis
state, usually referred to In tariff de
bates as a manufacturing community,
beld large and Important farming; In
terests, hut that the farmers refused to
be caught bv the "farmers" free list"
bill, or the Democratic measure.
8. W. Smith of Michigan and Mr.
Burke of South Dakota (Republicans),
opposed the measure because of lta aa-s-iult
upon the doctrine of protection.
Mr. Call In of Missouri safd the bill
would give a firmer foothold In the
Vnlted States to the growing; Japanese
trade. Mresrs. Byrnes nnd Sims of
nnessee end Lever and Burns of
buth Iftikota (all Democrats) defended
PRESS PLANS MEMORIAL
Club In Which Jack Barrett Was
Leader lo Have Sunday Service.
Memorial exercises for the late John
W. Jck( Barrett, a well-known news
paper man and former member of The
Oresonian's staff, whose death, occurred
at the -.ome of his parents In St. Pau
Minn- this week, will bo held Sunday
afternoon by the Portland Press Club,
n its rooms In the Kiks buildinR.
Mr. Barrett was an active member of
the club from trie time of Its organiza
tion last August until Illness took him
back to his parental home, a week be
fore his d-ath. Ilia Is the first, death
to occur In the organization since It
was perfected '
Sydney B. incent. president of the
club, will preside at the exercises and.
In a brief ad.Ire.is. will review Mr. Bar
rett" untiring activities aa a member
of the bonrd of directors and chairman
of the entertainment committee.
Mr. I.arrctt was a communicant In
he Homin Catholic church, and l:ev. J.
H. Black, of St. Francis parish, will de
iver an address and offer a prayer for
The exact hour for the exercises Sun
lay haa not been set, but will be an
Clackamas Warrants Called la.
OF.KflON CITY. Or.. May . Spe
!al.) County Treasurer Tufts has Is-
vuea m caJl lor Liarftftnun -uu(mt roan
Vrrants Indorsed prior to September
This call will place the county
JT than eight months uehlnd in Its
Sm.& Indebtedness. There Is no debt
i the general tuna, ana inn rounty
Inanres are in better shape than thay
avs been for years.
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Only Autos in Funeral Proces
sion in New -York.
RACE WITH DEATH IS LOST
Oldest Daughter of Late Marcus
Daly, IlrM White Child Born at
trj.hlr, Vtah. Laid o Rest la
NEW YORK. May 2. Only automo-
mlles. 12 limousine cars, followed to
day the automobile hearsa in which
the body of Mrs. H. Carroll Brown.
daughter of the late Marcus Daly, the
Montana copper klnsr. was borne to the
grave. As the procession flld Its dusty
way from Mrs. Marcus Daly's bouse in
Fifth avenue to ureenwooa emeier.
Brooklyn, it drew comment on every
Mrs. Brown was the eldest daugnter
f ih. Marcus Daly, the Montana
copper kins;, and her death occurred
at her mother's home In this city today.
after a sensational race for the metrop
olis from Montana In a special train.
It was hoped that Mrs. Brown could be
brought to New York In time for spe
cialists to save her life but she died a
few hours after her arrival.
Death was due to heart trouble, an
affection which began 15 years ago in
Paris, when Mrs. Brown suffered an at
tack of diphtheria. Mrs. Brown went
to Anaconda. Mont., two weeks ago
but the altitude there had a bad effect
on her heart and it mas decided to
bring her to New York at once. She.
left on a special a week ago today, ac
romp Jiled by physicians and nurses.
Iler husband, a banker, met the special
In Chicago and accompanied his wife
to New York.
Mrs. Brrwn was the first white child
born at Ophlr. a mining; camp at Utah
She waa born August I. 17 J.
LAMER SAUCY 10 JUDGE
HE TELLS COVRT XOT TO INTER
RUPT HIM AND IS FINED.
Attorney for Woman Who Posed as
Banker Farrely's Widow Held
Guilty of Contempt.
SAN FRANCISCO. May t-Speclat.) i
Judge William P. Law lor. of the Su- I
perlor Court, adjudged Porter Aane
guilty of contempt or court tor inso
lent language used In addressing; the
court and Imposed a fine of $50 upon
the attorney. -
Ashe was appearing aa counsel lor
Mrs. Ines S. Peterson, the woman who
posed as the widow of Banker Karrelly,
of Oakland, and under the name of I
Mrs. Henrietta Karrelly tried to raise
a large sura of money upon the ar
relly home. Judge Lawlor appointed
Philip C. Boardman to represent the
woman temporarily and she was ar
raigned and given until Friday, April
In. to answer the Information.
Ashe appeared as. counsel for the:
woman Friday and professed to be In
formed that she had not been arraigned,
saying that Mrs. Peterson was not
ready to answer as to her true name at
that time, and asking that the court
put the matter over until some time
this week to plead.
Judge Lawlor fixed today for ner
answer and announced that as the In
formation was filed on April & and
the defendant already had ample time
to plead, he would expect to try the
case not later than the 16th of May.
This morning Mrs. Peterson appeared.
represented by Mr. Ashe, and pleaded
not guilty. Ashe, after making an
other effort to delay the case, re
marked: "Of course, you can order it
set ss soon as you see fit. but 1 want
to state now, and I think It my duty
to do so. that I think the haste in this
case is indecent." and when the Judge
sought to Interpose a remark, ex
claimed. "Don't Interrupt me."
After Imposing the fine for contempt
upon Ashe, Judge Lawlor set the case
for trial May 13.
INLAND EMPIRE WATERED
Rains In Oregon, Washington and
Idaho of Great Value to Crops.
SPOKANE. Wash., May X.-SpecIal.
General rains over various sections of
the Inland Kmplre -will prove of great
benefit to the wheat crop. At Colfax,
the heart of the Palouse country, a
heavy rain la falling and indications are
that it will continue until the ground Is
well saturated. Much concern has been
felt about the crops in that section, as
the season has been excessively ary.
Throughout Adams County light rain fell
during the night, proving of much value
to the growing cropsT"
In Kootenai County, Idaho, heavy rain
Ml during the night and day, and
farmers are rejoicing over prospects of
a full yield. Rain over the Spokane val
ley will prove of benefit to the crops and
COLLEGE CALL CONSIDERED
Spokane Pastor's Going to Hood
River I Doubtful.
noon RIVER. Or.. May 2. (Special.)
Rev. E. L. House, pastor of the West
minster Church at Spokane, wasn.,
who. as It was recently understood. In
tended to come here to accept the pas
torate of the Methodist Church. Is re
ported to have received an invitation to
accept the presidency oi Bponaao -ui-lege,
at a salary of 14000 a year and
It is doubtful whether Mr. House will
now come to Hood River, for the trus
tees agree to make the college' unde
nominational and to raise $50,000 to
meet the running expenses for two
years. He has consented to consider
JOHNSON ESTATE LARGE
Clctfland Man Left No Will and
W idow Gets Property.
NEW YORK. May 2. Surrogate
Fowler today granted letters of admin
istration of the estate of Tom L. John
son. ex-Mayor of Cleveland, to hla
i - T JnhniAn. and
The ex-Mayor's personal property in
this state is valued at $175,000 and real
estate at "over $10,000." Mr. Johnson
died April 10. leaving no will.
ICuls River Fishing Good.
WOODLAND. Wash., May 2. (Spe
cial.) Fishing In the Lewis River has
been remarkably good for the last ten
days, the catch being mostly of bull
trout and rainbow varieties. D. W.
Whitlow of Woodland caught 15 fine
trout in three hours last Friday. He
caught five yesterday that ranged
from 14 to 19 Inches in length and a
rainbow that measured 25 1-2 Inches.
The first catch was made near the in
tersection of the north and east forks
and the second string was caught a
short distance " above the ferry and
only half a mile from the heart of the
Ashland Slt Abstract Defective.
SALEM. Or- May 2. (Special.) Ac
cording to a communication sent to
Adjutant-General Finxer from the Attorney-General's
office today, the ab
stract for the proposed new armory site
at Ashland Is defective and must be
rectified. It shows a mortage of $6000
outstanding and references are made
to plat numbera which are not show in
the abstract. It is the belief in the Attorney-General's
office, however, that
the abstract may be corrected.
F.ogene Club Wants 500 List.
EUGENE. Or.. May 2. (Special.)
Having set 500 members as the goal to
be attained by the time it enters Its
new building in the coming Fall, the
Eugene Commercial Club Is entering
membership. A committee of three
members, composed of C. C. Hammond.
Otto Roberts and Otto Gllstrap has been
appointed to canvass ways and means,
and a report will be made at the next
Lincoln Hlph Elects Ofriccrs.
Officers for the February '12 class at
Lincoln High School were elected yes
terday. They are: Frank Buckley, pres
ident; Virginia McKenxle. vice-president:
Martin Schade. treasurer; B. Har
ry, secretary: A. Strohecker, sergeant-at-arms.
The June '11 class will be
challenged for a baseball game soon.
Exact Terms of Indictment Not to
-Be Known Fntil Prisoners Aro
Arraigned County Provides
Fond for Prosecution.
LOS ANGELES, May 2. Probably
the most Important development of the
day In the case of the alleged dynamit
ers waa the one indicating, almost to
a practical certainty, that Judge
Walter Bordwell, of department No. 9
of the Superior Court of Los An
geles County, will be chosen to try the
Wlille no official announcement was
made, every indication pointed to him
as the trial Judge. The Indictments
against the McNamara brothers and
Ortte McManigal were returned by the
grand Jury to Judge Bordwell.
Judge Bordwell is one of the oldest
Judges in point of experience in South
ern California, and up to last Saturday,
when his yearly term expired, was the
presiding Judge of .the Superior Courts
of the county. He bas been regarded
from the beginning as the man most
likely to try the dynamiting cases.
District Attorney Fredericks received
official notification today that At
torney Leo M. Rappaport. of Indian
apolis, was representing the defense of
the McNamara cases. After a confer
ence between the two lawyers It was
announced, that all three prisoners
would be arraigned some time this
Defense Wants Xo Delay.
Rappaport declared that, as far as
the defense was concerned, there was
no objection to having the trial in Los
Angeles and that, as the arraignment
waa a mere legal formality, there was
no reason for further delay in that.
o one connected with the aerense
has yet received ny definite ' knowl
edge of the Indictments. The charges
will be read when the prisoners are
arraigned. At the same time a tran
script of the testimony adduced be
fore the grand Jury will be given the
attorneys for the prisoners. Then a
date wtll be set for the making of
Fredericks said today that the
transcript contained more than 1000
pages of testimony concerning the
alleged plot which culminated In the
blowing up of the Los Angeles Times
and it probably would be at least one
week after the arraignment before the
prisoners would be ready to enter
McManigal's Course Unknown.
Apart from the practical certainty
that McManigal will play a star part in
the trial of the McNamara. nothing is
known of the course he will pursue,
and nothing will be known until the
opportunity to enter a plea reveals his
attitude. In some official quarters it
is hinted he will not be called upon,
either for a plea or for trial, until
he has testified, as Fredericks said he
would, against the McNamara broth
ers. Ten thousand dollars was appro
priated by the Los Angeles County
Board of Supervisors today as a fund
to aid in the prosecution of the Mc
Namara. brothers and Ortle McManigal
and was placed at the disposal of the
Fredericks and his assistant, W
Joseph Ford, are announced as the
lawyers who will conduct the prose
cution. Fredericks says he will not
F EVER PIANOS WERE SACRIFICED, it is now
House. 353 Washington Street. The retarded completion of our new building
.at Seventh and Alder and the frantic desire of the picture theater people to
get possession of the old premises has made desperate methods necessary to
close out the remaining stock at the old store. Workmen are even now tearing out
the walls around us and we have entirely vacated the upper portion of the build
ing. We must and will sell during the next few days every piano, every player
piano, every grand and the few remaining talking machines. The following are
a few of the piano bargains still to be had. Come today if you'are interested. To
morrow may be too late.
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I STILL AT SOON AT
353 WASHINGTON r . SEVENTH AND
STREET jjie Nat;ona Large8t Dealer
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thwd "iFIooro Eweiry comvena
vafcdir firoinni first floor.-
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appoint any additional deputies, but
neither will be refuse help; so there
remains the possibility that volunteer
attorneys may be associated with blm.
CARRIERS' WORK IS TOPIC
Postmaster-General Confers With
Counsel for Postmen.
-WASHINGTON, May 2.-r-Postmaster-General
H'tchcock today conferred
with the counsel of the administration
of the National Letter Carriers, espe
cially regarding the work of carriers
engaged in city delivery.
Investigation Into the controversy
between the Postoffice Department and
the Railway Mall Clerks over the re
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fusal of the Department to permit them
to organize a union will be Instituted
tomorrow by the House committee on
reform In the civil service.
'Lester to Fight Lang May 13.
SYDNEY, N. S. W.. May 2. The date
for the fight between Bill. Lang, the
Australian heavyweight, and Jack. Les
ter, the Cle Elum. Wash., pugilist, for
whom Tommy Bums Is the sponsor, has
been fixed for May 13. Botnmen are
training hard. Lang is the favorite.
Big Logging Engine Installed.
MARSHFIELD. Or.. May 2. (Special.)
The largest logging engine ever
brought to Coos County has been ae
llvered to the Smith-Powers Logging
Company and will be put to use In one
at tne old Eilers iano
me & k
of the company camps. The spool of
the engine will carry about a mile and
a quarter of heavy cable. Many large
road engines are In use In the woods of
the county, but this one Is larger than
any ever brought here. The operations
of the Smith-Powers Company have
been on a particularly big scale.
They Grow Hair
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Resorcln is one of the most effective
germ destroyers ever discovered. Beta
napthol is a most powerful, yet ab
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which prevents development of germ
matter, and creates a clean, healthy
Pilocarpine, although not a coloring
master or dye, is an ingredient well
established for Its power to restore
natural color to human hair.
Borai. because of its well-defined
softening and cleansing properties, is
most useful In the treatment of scalp
and hair diseases. Glycerine acts as a
stimulant to the hair bulbs, and has a
soothing, healing and nourishing in
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In a maiorlty of our advertisements
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Our booklets. Alveolar Dentistry and
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