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PROBE OF LAWYERS'
FEES IS PLANNED
Charges Against Ulrich and
t Geneste Before Bar Asso
l ciation Probable.
ACTION HINGES ON CASE
Prisoner Anxions to Recompense Po
liceman or 'ilglit Prosecution,
, Says Attorney Told Sim "He's
Already Taken Care Of."
Charges before the Bar Association
will probably be preferred against E.
D. Ulrich. an attorney in the Chamber
of Commerce building, and Elmon A.
jenento, his law partner, following
statements made in Municipal Court
yesterday moraine concerning the case
of Charles Amos. a. riverman. and
iient of the attorneys. Both Mr.
Geneste and Mr. Ulrich declare them
selves ready to face such charges.
The charges apparently hinge on
Amos' statement in court that when he
lold Ulrich that he would like to re
compense Patrolman Wise for his fair
treatment in prosocnting the case
against Amos, Ulrica said that "Wise
was "already taken care of." This
statement was taken by the officers
to mean that Ulrich pretended to have
xlven Wise money to testify lightly in
the case. Ulrich says that his state
ment was that "Wise is amply taken
care of; he gets his salary every
" X ?750 Agreed TJpov.
Amos was arrested Friday on a
ctaiye wtiich was later changed to
disorderly conduct when he said that
be. was drunk when arrested. Amos
said to have signed an agreement
wita Ulrich to pay him $751 as at
torney's fees, and he paid ?25! down.
Riving- as security for the balance a
bill of sale on his river boat. Munici
pal Judge Stevenson fined him $100
Monday and suspended a 30-day sen
tence, on representation that Amos
was Intoxicated when the alleged of
fense, was committed.
ScTKeant Harms'. Patrolmen Long
amd Wise were informed .-yesterday
tdoiiiJes tiat Amos was dissatisfied
wit tlfaej sixe of hia fee. an.l tSejr asked
panties to so to Jlcnic ipl Court
Tloere Aamcts said that Geneste. rrno
was enrjiJloyed as labile Defender.
susenea iSm Saturday to Ulrich. who
1 CSeaniKsae-'"a: Jaw partner.
BesruMikfl &3s statement coocmiln; pa
tTOterrma Trigg;. Azucs" nmarks fit court
were incaslienaiDt. In an interview later
"be aaia that Ulrica taJ sever told Mm
-nnt axa eot' i2b Ufcicni mast give
"ti jxuJaDeoiauii amy mone-.'. bet tliat he
i.hrwig'h-t liai waa tee fcnferenc-e-.
feea Sees! Fistr. Saya XteleXs.
Tnrfcai sajj la 3jaa three witnesses
1 ttSaa ajlegei telervJorr in whlcrfi xTe
fee vn aiaCTsses?. urj Bjjit all win
ay- IStfct no statement of bribing; the
""I asa rrcst sorry about: tlio aiTair
"r-wcaaieo (Sanest-, wio was pnKic de
foflKr evaa3eai2y uFtd bis office to
s-meJ imsirsEa u UJrici." said- Judge
SeeraaisiKia. lai ?Tit err. however, no
alrtgrfxvgy wimi i aJllowed to enter the
Trd,Mfcd' "b3x Ka liflis comt without a
WTiMis-a canJex trean tbe prisoner or the
defer or Poiaee.-
TtZPzXy- IDiuJct Attorney TJeiciT. who
TTaasErinla lia case. said! Tort have
'Tngn. Inr some rl-ma cases In wfeich
c3enaa oi lawyers wtaea sorpriscd at
"the Ebce of lie Jee eharsred were told
that -par oj lis fee wond to devoted
t tha teTbery rT tfco offidsJs oC the
T3Sis dejaurttceEt and the court In
tills way arTeed persons were forced
lis g5x- xQHica lcore titan the legal serv
ices were voru. Snca a practice I
IhirA & wort a inxestiBatingL'
TROUT HATCHERY PLANNED
Marsmeld. Men JJo Intend to
liaise iFrogs To- Market.
MARSHTTEUX Or.. April 7. (Spe
. cial. T. J. and G. IT. Scammon. who
hare been in this section for the last
month with a view of starting a private
t hatchery, have concluded negotia
tions for suitable surroundings for
their enterprlsa and have made leases
on Lakes Edna. Hall and Teal in the
northern part of the county, about two
miios from the ocean beach. The sur
rounding country is timbered and there
Is a fine watershed contiguous to the
lakes. The water in the lakes is pure
The lakes are between five and six
jnilos from Lakeside, a village on Ten
It is the intention of the Scammon
brothers to hatch and raise frogs for
market, as well as trout. They have
for a starter. 50.000 Eastern brook
trout fry and will bring rainbow spawn
from Lost Lake in the Mount Hood
The establishment of this enterprise
Involves the expenditure of several
COOS PLANS OPEN BALL
Tliree Leading Teams in County la
Tor Tlrst-CIass Games.
MARSIIKIELTX Or. April 7. (Spe
cial.) Baseball in Coos County this
year will be open, since the three lead
ing towns. Marshfteld. North Bend and
Bandon, have declared for first-class
ball and will insist on leaving the ques
tion of hired players open, each team in
the league having the option of playing
n i 'n ur importing players.
The movement this year has been
marked and substantial business men
have been chosen to finance and man-
M5 viie mriuneB oi eaenwcity's teams.
Lnuer tuis system It Is hoped the 1914
season win be of such success the
league can undertake Class D baseball
in isu ana tnus establish the National
game on a sound footing.
The league win play Sunday and holi
day games only.
LIFE VALUE IS NO ISSUE
Suiireme Court Holds $12,000 Ver
SALEM, Or.. April 7. (Special.)
i nat me amount ot damages is not
connned. to pecuniary loss to the
ueiieiiciary ana is without limit, wai
the decision of the Supreme Court to
day. Justice Bean wrote the opinion
1n the case. of Joseph P. McClaugherty
against the Rogue River Electric
oinpany, allirming a verdict for 12,
600 damages for the plaintiff.
The plaintiffs 20-year-old son was
KUleu by electricity.
It was alleged that the mnlnrr.
liability act was violated in that the
wires were not insulated: that "dead"
and "live'' wires were mingled; that the
wires were too close to the poles, and
mat live wire supports were not
properly distinguished. The defendant
sought to limit the amount of damages
through mathematical calculations as
to the young man's expectancy of llfo
and his probable earning capacity.
Other opinions today follow:
Henry Wade et aL, appellants, vs.
Hazel Northrup et aL; appealed from
Uouglas County; suit to correct deed,
Gustav Strom .vs. Hancock Land
Compnay, appellant; appealed from
Multnomah County; suit to determine
an adverse claim to real property, af
firmed. J. L. Stotts et al- appellants, vs.
William Dichdcl et aL; appealed from
Marion County: suit to enjoin trespass
on real property, reversed.
Petitions for reahearings were de
nied in the following cases:
Smith vs. Badura, Haviland vs. John-
STORY OF- HAPPIEST GIRL IX
CHI.XA IS TOLD.
w J V
911m Raby Wrrbura Dressed as
The experiences of "Garden
Flower, the happiest girl In
China," as delineated by Miss
Ruby Weyburn at the Y. w. C A.
Sunday, were not at all in ac
cordance with the Occidental
ideas of happiness. Musical num
bers by Miss Ida Chan and Miss
Fannie. Chan, two Chinese girls,
were a feature of the programme.
Garden Flower's mother died
when she was a baby, and she
came near being sold into slav
ery, but made her escape from
China during the Boxer uprising.
Miss Weyburn is a missionary,
now working In the Interest of
son. Zanello vs. Portland Central Heat-
InjT Comnjknv Jnhnann A. Vi i
eJnnlngs. McFarland vs. Oregon Elec
tric. Walta vs. Oiengor. Eagle Clff
Fishing: Company vs. McGowan.
ONE IN 5 SCALES WRONG
UEPUTY SEALER TELLS RESULT OF
About One la Eicbt Weight. Tested Are
Konad Incorrect and Half of Meas
surlnat PmnM Are Inaccurate,
SALEM. Or., April 7. (Special.)
reputy State - Sealer of Weights and
Measures Buchtel announced today that
J2 per cent of all scales tested in March
had to be adjusted, corrected or con
demned. He said that the large per
centage was due to the fact that there
had been no previous inspections, and
owing to the absence of standards the
owners had no way to determine
whether their instruments were cor
rect. While all the counties have not
made reports for March. Mr. Buchtel
says a suf:icier.t number of them have
to indicate Just what is being accom
plished by the department.
The county sealers inspected 1071
scales, condemning 73 and sealing 998.
They inspected 1639 weights, finding
1184 ot them to be accurate. About one
in every eight was incorrect. Forty
liquid measures were condemned and
239 were sealed.
About 8 per cent of the 163 linear
measures inspected were incorrect.
They include the "counter tack"
measures in dry goods stores. Mis
cellaneous measures inspected Included
gasolene pumps, pumps for delivering
coal oil, etc, about 50 per cent of them
naving been found to be inaccurate.
The pumps in most cases were adjusted
by the sealers, and a measure iih
and certified to being left with the
owner for his use. The report says:
"Two ..cases were filed for selling
short-weight butter, and convictions
obtained in both cases, responsible per
son being fined 925.
"Two cases have been filed and are
now pending for selling short-weight
meat, the shortage resulting from the
use of a heavy wrapping naner. the
paper being included in the weight of
OYSTER PROTECTION IS AIM
Association Agrees to Start Fnnd to
Develop State Reserves.
RAYMOND. Wash.. - April 7. (Spe
cial.) Pursuant to a call the Willapa
Bay Oystermen's Association met in
Bay Center and discussed the proposed
plan of State Fish Commissioner Dar
win to dispose of the merchantable
oysters from the state reserves on Wil
lapa Bay. and adopted a counter propo
sition to be made to the fish commis
sioner at the board meeting in Olympla.
A resolution was adopted favoring an
aggressive policy for upbuilding the re
serves, though the sale of merchantable
oysters was condemned.
A plan was proposed to protect the
beds and increase the state's revenue
from the reserves.
The oystermen agreed to pay a roy
alty of 40 cents per sack for seed
oysters In addition to the 10 cents per
sack fee which the state now has the
right to collect, providing this fund Is
used to develop the reserves.
GAILLAUX 111 PERIL
Accusation as Accessory to
Wife Considered in Paris. ,
DOMESTIC WOES RELATED
Ex-Minister Says Former Wife and
He Agreed to Burn Letter to
l'rcsent Mme. Oaillanx, but
PARIS. April 7. The question
whether Joseph Calilaux. ex-Mlntster of
Finance, may be charged as an acces
sory of his wife In the assassination
of Gaston Calmette, editor of the Figaro,
is the subject of general discussion to
day in newspapers. The publication of
the testimony of President Poincalre,
indicating that Caillaux had at least
influenced his wife's action, has given
rise to the suggestion that he may be
brought into the investigation as an
The magistrate in charge of the pre
liminary inquiry, Henri Boucard, called
both M. Caillaux and Louis Barthou.
ex-Premier, for examination today.
Domestic Trvnblea Related.
M. Caillaux gave the magistrate de
tails of his private life and mentioned
his domestic difficulties. He said that
while he was at Mamois with Mme.
Gueydan. his ex-wife, a package of
letters was taken from his desk.
Among them were two letters he had
written to the present Mme. Caillaux.
M. Caillaux said he had offered to
Mme. Gueydan the alternative of a di
vorce or a reconciliation, but on condi
tion that the letters taken from his
desk be returned to him. An agree
ment, however, was made to burn them,
which was done In the presence of his
wife, himself and his secretary.
Reconciliation Is Sbort-Llved.
Mme. Gueydan. said M. Caillaux. de
clared she had not taken photographs
or copies of the letters.
A reconciliation ensued, but later on
he and Mme. Gueydan were divorced.
Jules Herbaux. counsellor of the Court
of Cassation, was today appointed to
succeed Victor Fabre as chief public
prosecutor. M. Fabre has declined to
accept the office of Advocate-General,
a position subordinate to that which he
held. It is thought that he wlll .be ap
pointed to the Court of Cassation, a
post which would satisfy public opin
ion, which appears to object to his be
ing made a scapegoat.
REGISTRATION PICKS UP
TOTAL FOR YESTERDAY IS 528,
WITH 333 FOR REPUBLIC. XS.
Deputy Complain That Yoters of City
la Surprising; Numbers Are Is Bo
ast of Their Precincts.
"Why don't people know their ad
dress when they come to register?"
asked one of the registration deputies
yesterday. "They come here and sign
their address as 'Portland.' giving no
further detail. There are 294 precincts
In Portland and It Is hard for us to
know Just which one the voter would
prefer to live in. We do our best to
please all. however.
"But today we had a hard time with
one man. He said lie was a Republican,
but expected to vote for one of the
Democratic candidates, and to work
for his Democratis friend. It was a
hard duty for him to sign under oatb
that he was a Democrat."
Registration yesterday showed a
slight increase, with a total of 629, as
compared to 458 Monday. The Re
publicans lead with 333. the Democrats
come next with 115. and the others
trail along, with the Progressives 35,
Independents 23, Prohibitionists 17 and
The total county registration to date
. .S7.41':! 19,01 37,023
REPUBLICANS AHEAD IX BAKER
Many Women Register and Total In
County Will Be About 6S00.
BAKER. Or.. April 7. (Special.)
Registration has been going forward
ranidly in Baker County. A total of
4305 persons has registered. One-third
of this number is women, the count
being 2S84 men and 1421 women. In
the last two weeks almost one-half of
the registration has been by women.
Big Republican gains have marked
the last two weeks' registration. The
Democrats and Republicans have been
running a nip-and-tuck race, but now
the Republicans have a lead of 134,
with the women's registration account
ing for the greater part of the lead.
Many outlying precincts are still to
be heard from, and it is believed the
total registration will be about 6500.
Following is the complete registra
tion to date:
Men. Women. Total.
Republicans 1.3M 710 -J.v.ll
Democrats ........... 1,315 52 1.S07
Sorlalist r0 140
Prohibition -12 r,o -j
maepenaent :it 1.1
progressive ........... 3 7 4a
aecinrea ...... 7 14
Totals '.. 2.884
Republicans Are Leading.
BVRXS. Or. April 7. f Special.) The
total registration at the County Clerk's
office for Harney County Saturday
evening was 117S. of whom 279 are
women. The registration is as follows:
Men. Women. Total
Republicans 47 13 mis
Democrats 3.-.4 127 -4 si
Socialists . ........ 42 m r,n
Progressives . ...... II 2 !3
r-ron!Diiiunisis ....... S 4 ii)
Independent .......... 17 2 19
Totals 397 279 1.179
MEDFORD. Or.. April 7. ISnix-l.l 1
The registration here shows a de
cided pain of Republican strength over
the Democrats, the Republicans regis
tering 600 during the- week and the
Democrats only 100. This puts the
tiepuoucans nearly 1000 votes ahead
ot me democrats. The total registra
tion, by party, follows:
Men. Women. Tots!
. . Mel
. . 1 40
. . 115
1 -:) !
HOOD RIVER. Or.. April 7. (Sp;.
ciai-j totai noon iviver registration
to April 4 ioiiows:
Democrats . . .
Men. Women. Tots
. . . 2.V
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TflZS WG&k al1 the xvorld and his wife are cutting
ut heart SONGS coupons from
At this rate our distribution of the famous songbdok
cannot last much longer !
How easily music can be made to bring
comfort and cheer to the home ! How
fortunate, the family that possesses a
volume like "Heart Songs" from
which so many hours of unalloyed
. pleasure can be gleaned. A new song
each night. Some new treasure un
locked from the storehouse of memory.
Some fond recollection stirred in the
heart of the long ago.'
What blessings showered on this silvery
haired couple as they hearken to the
pure young voice at the piano; arms
around each other; eyes that see
only inward; thoughts dwelling amidst
the scenes of other years youth and
love's old, sweet song how easy it is
to give them this delight !
If the young only knew what pleasure
they could give their parents from
"Heart Songs" what home would
be without this book tomorrow?
A book bound for a life-time's use.
We would not desecrate this
wonderful song book by a
cheap paper cover.
Paper, print, music text are all
the best, the finest, the clearest.
A beautiful gallery of 16 full
page portraits of the world's
Complefe dictionary of musical terms.
Songs selected by 20,000 music
lovers edited, harmonized
and arranged for family use.
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WATER FIGHT LOOMS
Sl'PPLY FOR XBW PINE CREEK
CITY IS AT ISSUE.
California Lan Asralnat Dlnrtlss
Watrr Into Another State May Op
erate Acalnat Orea-oa Toira.
SALEM. Or, April 7. (Special.) A
bitter conflict between Oregon and Cal
ifornia authorities is expected to re
sult from a petition for water filed
with State Engineer Lewis by the
City Recorder or New Pine Creek.
Or. All wafrtM ct Pine Creek art
claimed by approprlators of California,
who are said to be depriving New Plna
Creek from a municipal water supply.
The town Is near the boundary line,
south of Lakevlen-. Water main have
been installed with the intention of
obtaining water from bitojj the state
line. One-third of the water In Pine
Creek starts In Oregon above the
town's intake, and the entire stream
flows into Oregon below the Intake.
The rea-ulatina; works are beyond the
jurisdiction of Oregon authorities, and
the adjudication proceedings may be of
no value In rase of arbitrary action.
As a retaliatory measure. Oregon has
enacted a law authorizing- the State
Engineer to deny applications for the
diversion of water in Oregon Tor use
in other states, if under the laws of
those states water cannot be legally di
verted for use in Oregon. The great
Shasta Valley project in California,
which is planning to divert water from
Klamath Itiver, this state, may find It
impossible to obtain a permit until
California becomes more liberal to
Mr. Lewis has suggested the enact
ment of a National water law and he
was empowered recently by the Ameri
can Society of Civil Engineers to draft
German Club Play Kn joyed.
WHITMAN COLLTOR Walla Walla.
A Bottle a Dose;
A Dose Relieves
Not Necessary to Take Frnitol End
lessly A Dose Shows Resultg.
A Ecrlous situation reqtrirr-a a posi
tive remedy, and It Is m with the var
ious ailments that afflict mankind. In
cases of that peculiar form of liver
trouhlo known as biliary colic, where
hardened bile forma into stones in the
gall bladder, and fearful pains start
at the margin of the ribs cn the right
side anl extend down the shoulders
and the entire ab-iomen. it is uslesa
to rub on liniments or to take laxa
tives, purgatives or "liver remedies,"
as they do not reach the cause of the
What is needed I the California,
medicine, Fruitolo, which Is especially
recommended for these symptoms. A
case In point is that ot Mrs. Ella IS.
King, of : Dresden St, Springfield.
Mass., who had these symptoms and
the usual vomiting, chills and fever.
Her doctor said she had gall atones,
and she was operated on. but this
same doctor told her these gall stones
would probably coma back again.
They- did, quite recently, but Instead
of being operated on again Mra. King
this time took Frultola and she writes
that she is now entirely well. She
knows several other ladles in Spring
field who took Frultola with stmllarly
good results. This would indicate
that the least one can do who has
these symptoms is to try a bottle of
Frultola. A botUe Is taken in one
dose, so there are no long delays in
finding out if the remedy will be ef
fective. Frultola has also proven very val
uable to people who cannot get relief
from chronlo constipation with the or
dinary run of laxatives, eto. It II
preF',ed only .by the Plnus MeClclns
Co., Vontlrello, 111., for whom this is
published, and ran be obtained at any
drug store with fu'l dlreotlons lor via.
Wash.. April 7. (Special.) The Ger
man Club presented with success on
Saturday evening a little play. Klepto
mante. The audience appreciated the
dialogue. The characters were: Merr
Professor. Levi Mohistaedt C17).
Rosalia; Dr. Frisch. Ralph Emerson
C17). Spokane: Assessor Hastig, Alex.
McKay C16, Almira; Frau Baurhner.
Henrietta . Baker C14). Walla Walla
La II. Ruth Dice 16), Walla Walla;
Antonio Lulu Kellar C17). Almira.
INTO GRAY HAIR
Darkens Beautifully and Restores
Its Thickness and Lustre
U 1M X
ALL DRUGGISTS -15
Common garden sage brewed into a '
heavy tea. with sulphur and alcohol j
added, will turn gray, streaked and ;
faded hair beautifully dark and luxuri
ant: remove every bit of dandruff, stop:
scalp itching and falling hair. Mixing
the Sage Tea and Sulphur recipe
home, though, is troublesome. An easi
er way is to get the ready-to-use tonic,
costing about 60 cents a large bottle,'
at drug stores, known as "Wyeth s Sage ',
and Sulphur Hair Remedy, thus avoid- t
lng a lot of muss.
While wispy, gray, faded hair Is not
sinful, we aJl desire to retain out
youthful appearance and attractiveness.
By darkoning your hair with Wyetfre
bago and Sulphur, no one can tell, be
cause it ieos it 90 naturally, so evenly.
Tou just daroron a sponge or soft brush
with it and draw this through your
hair, taking ono email strand at a time;
by morning all gray hairs have dia.
appeared. Atler another applli-atlon
or Iwn your ha!r beeomea beautifully
dark, slnrsy, rt and luxuriant and
you appear 'arc J'ounger.Adv.
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