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    THE OREGON DAILY .TOITItlTAIi, PORTLA1TD. ; SATURDAY EYENTOO, FEBRUARY 6, 1904.
LAKCFITT INTENDS;
TO PRESS WORK
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year" never comes."
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TAZBZBCI KOBBT 01C ' XZB
Property Has a Commercial . Future
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CHARGES
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PRACTICII
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Major Langfltt is determined to press
" the work pon the government Jetty at
the" mouth of the Columbia as rapidly
'fee possible. Her explains that it wm
f with this end in view that the North
, west Construction company was relieved
of over -.one-half of its second contract
for supplying the , rock. , When asked
. whether the new arrangement was made
'Decause of any uncertainty as to the
.; ability of the Northwest Construction
.company to furnish the large rock re
' quired' by the second jetty contract, ht
replied:- v V-A"'"'--- ' '; -!.? a-sv"
' 'I don't know whether the company
can gpt enough large rock from Pugby
quarry or not." The rock may be there,
but I don't propone to take any chances.
I want to ba sure, so -the new contract
- -Was decided upon.'.'. ... ' .
The Journal baSirepcstedly called at
: teotlon to th. failure of theNorthwest
; Construction.' company to turn out from
Uugby quariry. the large' rock required
for the Cfmstruction fit the Jetty? Even
'."n th first contract, which called for
,'v.much smalle rock than .is, demanded
;i by .the-second contract, the company
jfeil far shoft, and delivered practically
'.no Class A' rock, i The .whole Ride , of
VBwgby hill -was hurled down by" the Im
" mens., fclasts Which the. company em
ployed 'to develop the quarry, but-ow-'
ing o the seamy - character of the rock
1 seemed Impossible ,td get, It out in
larae blocks. T.'', -
j ' Specif ications Tor the ' new' contract
are being prepared in Major Langfitt's
office, and the government will prob
' ,ably advertise for bids next week., It
1 is expected -that - the delivery of rock
.: will be resumed early in April.
1HGII CASTE PUPIL-"P
WILL BE EDUCATED
" Soaml Ram's friends who organised
In this city the Oregon Society for the
Kmaneipation of India from Caste
Slavery, met last Wednesday evening at
the residence of Judge - Seneca. Smith,
Judge Lionel B. Webster presiding.
Considering that the society was but
,. very recently organised, its work has
,. progressed . remarkably well, -i Within
only six weeks since its organization
everything is in good working order.
It is quite likely that by the next fall
.term one Indian .student will be placed
in the state agricultural" college at Cor
vallls and maintained there at the ex
. . pense of the society until he graduates.
; Such- student is to be selected from the,
high caste-by especial board rliv , East
-India. Upon completing his studies he
is to devote his labors toward abolish
ing the caste system in, his -native land
, The meeting, was ln, every , way. the
most Interesting cne since the organisa
tion of the1 society. Mrs. Smith far
i ranged -for the musical feature f the
.evening..- These . translated- '-t ,, vocal
selection by Mr.. Godfrey accompanied
by Miss Lewton, and a piano selection
by Mrs. BttshnelL Mrs.-Ijoulse .Goddard
gave a .humorous sketch ofHsmlet., The
address of the1 evening" W William
H. Oalvanl, giving a review -of the origin
of the .casXe. system in -India .from earl
iest days. Its influence upon the cout-
; try and the '.people, as well as aa .out
line of the best method whereby this
evil system would be. speedily abolished.
. . It was decided to have this address pub-
Ilshed in full. The meeting accepted the
invitation of Judge and Mrs. Smith to
meet at their residence again on Febr
ruary 17 at 8 O'clock p. m.
PREDICT FROST FOR .
SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA
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f (Journtl Special SorWce.) : '
San Francisco, Feb. t.- A sharp drop
'. in the temperature accompanied by frost
is tomorrow morning's prediction for
southern California, made by the local
weather bureau, but those unwelcome
t conditions are to be followed by- more
rain. The country south of Tehachap!
. received another good drenching last
, night and tills morning. The added pre
, clpltatlon amounts to between a quarter
and three-quarters ajf art inch. It was
v cloudy in that section today.. Northern
California was visited by a heavy frost I
: last niaffrbut at Bay break 'a generous I
rain set in" Tnedownpour is expected
sto continue throughout) the day. , ,'
COLISEUM-SEATING
CAPACITY SMALLER
(Jonrnsl Special Bcrrlre.)
'. Chicago. Feb. 6. The measurement of
the Coliseum was made today under the
new regulations governing the seating
' capacity of public houses. It was ln-
stltuted and was , rigorously enforced
r. since the Iroquois Jlre. It shows the
liall can seat but 8,000 people as against
' the old capacity of 11,000. It will al
low but few seats to outsiders at the
f Republican convention, as nearly the en
sure space, will be alloted to the dele
gates, alternatives, the distinguished
guests and representatives of the press,
r The latter alone require a minimum of
i-v-300 seats,-; ' : .
AN OIL FRAUD GETS
A TERM IN PRISON
' (Jouratl Sprrlal Scrrire.)
. San Francisco, Feb., 6. W. B. Ewlng
.- was sentenced to 15 months in Ban Quen-
tin and to pay a tine of 85,000 by United
, States District Judge DeHaven this morn
, in. Ewlng was an oil promoter and
was using the malls to .defraud many
.. victims on the coast. . . .
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XABXVB BOTES.,
San Francisco, Feb. 6. Balled
Fronch bark Vcrclngetorlx, for Portland.
Arrived at 11 last night Steamer Ore
gon. from Portland. ' ; r
. Astoria, Feb. 6. -"-Arrived at 8 p, m.
German bark Magdalene, from San Fran
cisco, and chooner Commerce, Jrom
Portland, Sailed at S p. m. Steamers
Aurclla,. Charles Nelson And Francis H.
Legfrlt for San Francrscq. Arrived at 8
p. m Schooner-. Virginia, . from San
- Francisco.
' Eureka.. Feb. S. Sailed at 4 p. m,
-Steamnr Aberdeen, for Portland.
San Francisco, Feb. t. Sailed at 4:28
!. m.-l. S. Transport Dlx, for Port-
, land.'.. - ' , 7 . ..
Aslorls, Feb. . No bar report; cspe
line down. . t - ,
her t Astoria at 8 a. m., rainy;
wind soutlu - - j
E. J. JelTery is charged with f raudu
lently retaining 81,232.1$. o which he is
alleged to have secured by mlsrepresen.
tatlun, the accusation being set. forth In
a complaint filed, this morning In the
state circuit court by Georgia T4 ; Kel
say. She sues to recover the mount,
with interest from December 9, 1886, to.
gether with costs and disbursements of
suit, bringing the total up to $2,917.09.
According to the complaint, Georgia
T, Kelsay is the daughter of George F.
Trlbou, who died Intestate in this
county- on January, 21, 188,-leaving real
and personal property which afterward
was disposed , of . for $1,232.19. Jeffery
was appointed administrator of the es
tate on January 27. .As the complainant
was then a' minor, - Annett ' Trlbou . was
appointed i her guardian,' Jeffery being
the surety on her bond. -: .
It is alleged that on December 1, 1886,
the defendant falsely, and fraudulently
Induced the plaintiff's . guardian to be
lieve that she could loan the proceeds
of the sale of .the estate without an
order of the court, himself securing the
money. , . . ,v--
Mrs. Kelsay attained her majority on
May 8 last.. Since then, if is alleged, a
demand has been 'made on Jeffery, for
tne return or. the money, but ho has re
fused to accede ; to the. request. , For
this reason, .it is asserted, suit to re
cover the money, with interest and
.costs, is troughk.'7.. :,:'; ; i
CONDUCTOR IS SHOT"
FOR RESISTING MEN
. , (Jonrnal SperVsl Service.) 'i
cn'cago.- rto. . iueorge BecKicr, a
conductor on the Western avenue elec
tric line, was shot and fatally wounded
by two men early today, when he re
sisted their attempts, to, rob him. rThe
XBZB AS' 9Z8BATCX BOAT. ', '
;" is. "' "V'.Kv-,vt
' (JoOrnsl Sneottl Bcrrlre.V '
London, Feb. ". The London Times Is
negotiating with Sir Thomas Llpton to
buy tha steam yacht Erin, which will be
used as a dispatch boat In case of a
Japanese-Russia war. t i
Supremacy
IN ANY PROFESSION DEPRNHfl
UPON SUPERIOR KNOWLEDGE AND
ABILITY, COUPLED WITH THE EX
ACT PERFORMANCE OF ALL GUAR
ANTEES. .1 . ' '
The: Keynote
OF MADAME VAUGHN'S REMARK
ABI.fcj BLCtKBB -IN ( PORTLAND IS
BASED ON THESE ESSENTIALS,
- . She 4 Knows' :
WHEREOF, SHE SPEAKS AND .WHAT
HHH PROMISES SHE PERFORMS.
HUNDREDS' : OF GRATEFUL PA-
TIENTS, - CURED OF MALIGNANT
8KIK Vf BLEMISHES. ATTE8T THE
TRUTHS 'OF THESE . STATEMENTS
AND 'ONLY i UNSUCCESSFUL WOULD
BE K I VA US iDEN Y IT.- ' X'. "!
The' Glamor '
OF ENVIOU8 TONGUES H DROWNED
IN THE PRAISE 'OF THE AIDED AND
THE ENDORSEMENT, OF REPRESEN
TATIVE PHYSICIANS. , , ' , " .
' Madame Vaughn
V' Th Only Graduate Doctor of
y: , Dermatology
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IN THE NORTHWE8T POSITIVELY
REMOVES ALL CURABLE SKIN DIS
TURBANCES, FROM SMALLPOX: PIT
TINGS, BIRTHMARKS, WRINKLES,
FLABBINESS, ECZEMA AND SCARS
TO MINOR BLEMISHES, LIKE
FRECKLES. : TAN, LIVER SPOTS,
MOLES, ' GREASY SKIN, " RED NOSE,
ETC, WHAT SHE HAS DONE
SPEAKS FOR WHAT SHE CAN DO.
MIL VAUGHN
DOCTOR OF
1 . . - DERMATOLOGY . ,
301-303 KcKAT . BtllXiBZBO, 7K0BX
' ' .-'lUW wfOt '.-. v.. ... . , i
' : Every day you put off placing a
piano within reach of your chil
dren la another day thrown into
life's Waste-basket, for these
' golden moments lost in the matter
of acquiring an education can
never be regained. Tlow much
,. would YOTT give today to bring .
back the old days of lost opportu-;
' nltles? TAX.KINQ ABOUT A
rzAVO will not put' one into your '
home, nor make the proverbial .
"next year" the one of peace and
, plenty. , .. . ,
y LIVE TODAY
f Give tO' your family the piano
they have wished for so long. A
t little down and a trifle each month
... wTll ' soon make you its proud '
owner, ' and your 1mm er a sunnier
end happier one. i OAI.I, ABD MSB
US ABTD. OUB PZABOS.
Ulltfl OilbErt-teafier (o.
Oldest, r' largest. Strongest,
COR. SIXTH AND MORRISON STS.
OppoiiU 3Poatofllo. . ,
KILLS HIMSELF FOR
LOVE OF WOMAN
B.' inOHAXI, B I.A rEBB, rOBM-
O ;XW .BA rmABTCZBOO Vxtx
SUICZSAX, l SUCCESS COUUBBT
laVB WITHOUT JZBBXB UTTX.B.
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Dr. Michael de la Fere, who committed
suicide yesterday in San Francisco, be
cause 1 Mrs. Jennie Little was about , to
Jilt 'htm for another man, was ; well
known In Portland, where he formerly
resided.. He took bichloride of mercury,
went to bed in the Auditorium hotel on
Eddy street, and was found dead In tha
morning- with this note on his breast:
'.'1 promised to be", here In the morning.
and'here-.fliri."
He left another note, in which he
stated that Mrs. Little was. in no way
responsible for his death. 1
Mrs.' Little has. a husband in Stockton.
Cal from Whom she separated some
years, ago; She lrst lived with a bar
tender named C. W. Grams, but aban
doned hlni for' Dr. de la Fere. Becoming
tired of him she told him she would rer
turn to Grams. Upon this the doctor
threatened to kill himself. She an
nounced that she Intended to visit an
aunt, Mra. Rlordan. at Portland, but
left the hotel in company'with Grams. .
Dr. de ia Fere came to the coast from
Minneapolis; He enlisted there in the
Thirteenth. Minnesota regiment i and
served, in. General MaeArthur'a expedi
tion in the Philippines. He was in Com
pany F and acted aa hospital steward
at -Santa slsabel. near Malolos. ' .
He is remembered by W. J. Kingsley.
now of Portland, but formerly a non
commissioned omcer .with the Thir
teenth Minnesota. Mr. Kingsley said
today that the doctor was rather ., a
ladles' man. Dr. de, la Fere came to
Portland from Minneapolis after the
war; under a cloud. He got into trouble
In 61 Paul and it is also said that
when he left the Twin Cities a consid
erable sjm of money belonging to a se
cret socitty, of which he was a member,
simultaneously dlsappered. . ' He left
Portland about a year ago for San Fran
cisco., vv:; ' ! v
MURDEREiLGLOVfR
HANGED AT F0L50M
! tt. iltmimX Special Serrlee.) ...
'Folsom.'t;al.. Feb. 8. W.' H. Glover,
who murdered Frederick' Nlerhoff, ' near
Auburn, Placer county, on June 11, 1902,
was hanged at the prison today. , He was
prouounced dead in 14 minutes. - Glover
went .bravely to the gallows, but had
nothing to say, contrary to expectations.
He wrote a few letters last night, and
slept well.. Glover' was courting Nler
hoff" s 14-year-old daughter, Agnes. Nler
hoftobjected and ordered him away. A
few days later Nlerhoff was standing in
his yard talking with Oscar, a brother
of the condemned man, when the con
demned man shot him. Glover claimed
the killing was m self-defense, as did
Miss Neirhoffer. Subsequently she tes
tified the murder was cold-blooded and
the . first statement was . made under
threats of death by the Glovers. , Oscar
Glover was tried for complicity, but was
acquitted. -
! k' ; nBOBB KABKS. :
' ' From the Albany Journal.
v'The Bertlllon bureau in the state de
partment of prisons was recently asked
by Chief of Police Watts of Boston to
Identify if possible, a certain dead
burglar. A. photograph of the dead
crook who was shot in Boston while In
the act of robbing a safe was mailed
here. The v department was unable to
make tha identification. In speaking of
the matter- Superintendent Collins-said:
'We have never made a mistake yet in
ah Identification In all the 4.S80 iden
tifications we have made since the in
auguration of the- bureau. The Boston
police had to photograph' the man after
he - was dead and our department' was
unable to prove to a certainty his iden
tity,- although there were two or three
pictures on file here bearing a striking
resemblance. We could have Identified
the man without question If his finger
marks had been taken. That means of
identification is , unfailing. . There are
now In the bureau here the fingermarks
of . 3,200 criminals, all taken since
March 1.140J. We have a scheme of
classification here which makes identi
fication by fingermarks easy, and I have
found that the experiment is a great
success.' . ' .. . ,
I:--;' Lover of Mankind. ' '
From the New York Commercial Adver-
(;,"' '' " tiser. s. ,
Why Christianize the cannibal, ' '
When it can t well be denied
That he dearly loves his fellow man
Boiled, fricasseed, or fried.
Don't Scold
Irritability Is a 4 nervous "affection.
Strengthen the nerves with Dr. Miles'
Nervine. Sleep better, eat better, work
better,, feel better and be better. . .
Bold os guaraste. BOok-om nrm tur sottaL
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ft- ....ifa.fc- it li,AiUA
Six -Mills
I FUTURE MILLING
, ' . Because there
of harbor, roil
Acre Lots, Half Acre Lots, Quarter Acre Lots, Lots 50x100 and Homes
" 'I ON INSTALrLMENTPAYMENTS i
CHEAP PROPERTY WITH A GREAT FUTURE Water pipes laid, handy to schools and employment, all within 2 blocks of car line
Mtmmkompsm S Powers
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TAX CXAXBEB SEBSZOIT KXXJB BT
OOUKZTTSB AVS WTTVZ8SE8 EX-
juhjteo a mit hub coinraxxiMxv
von Tssxxfxxxs vrtXiL Tiuiin-
. Txxira abotjt it. ,v .: kf . '
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-. The. slot . machine, committee of the
city .council -held a secret session in
Councilman Flea-el's office yesterday, and
examined a number of witnesses to prove
the contention that there had .been some
unlawful motive In uermlttlng the oper
ation of the money-paying- devices In this
city, s . .
None of. the councllmen or the wit
nesses present would divulge the exact
nature of the evidence submitted, but
one authority has It "that the testimony
from the witnesses would tend to show
that htere had been an understanding
between the slot machine people and
Chief Hunt" ' Those friendly to that of
ficial as Insistently deny that such was
the case. . . -- 5
The list of yesterday's witnesses In
cluded the slot machine proprietors and
a number of saloon owners , where the
machines had been operated. The meet'
Ing- adpourned to the call of the chair.
All of its sessions are to be private,
A TaiUABM KOVM.
From the Philadelphia Press.
There is a saloonkeeper in Kensing
ton who mourns the death - Of a mouse.
It was a plain, In fact, a very homely
mouse, ' with nothing to distinguish It
except an aldermanle stomach, and gen
eral air of lasiness, but the- saloon
keeper figures that it had brought him
2,000 in the last few years. , .
When a big crowd got around the bar
that mouse was dead sure to appear on
an Inspecting tour among the bottles
that lined the shelves. Then the pro
prietor would offer to bet a few rounds
of drinks that he could catch It within
Ave minutes, in a trap, and, needless to
say, there were plenty of takers. .
. With a small glass cheese cover for a
trap, ' a match stick and a piece , of
string to complete the fall and a piece
of cheese for bait, Mr. Saloonkeeper
would set to work and within a minute
Mr. Mouse would be a prisoner,, and
the drinks on the doubters.
Nobody ; . except the saloonkeeper
knows how the mouse lesrned to hunt
the trap, but now It is Mead and Its pro
prietor says he is out of the mouse
business. . ? ';-?'' f'-,
Vats m i Bally TootL '
It is quite as foolish to eat nuts after
a meal as it would be to eat a beefsteak
after a three-course' dinner. They should
never be taken at the end of a meal,
as they are very hearty food. A wheat
pudding with nut chopped into it would
make a meal by itself. '
Few people realize what an Important
feature of diet nuts can be' made. They
are not only the cheapest source of en
ergy, but the best The little husks on
them are not nourishlng, but they aid
the digestion, so should be eaten. ,
Nuts will keep you firm, give energy
and. If you do not work too hsrd. make
you fat but do not eat thorn unless you
give up meat, a they are a substitute,
not a food accessory. i . ... .; .
They can be marie into soups, uJied in
sandwiches and salads. They shoild be
eaten with salt and with fruit, and are
very wholesome. . . ,
SECRET INQUIRY IN
SLOT MACHINE DEAL
.
.:.N:.
and the Great Drydock were
INDUSTRIES OF PORTLAND MUST LOCATE AT ST. JOHNS 1
is no other place for them.
facilities, or solid river
CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
. .... "
Mr. and Mrs, W., H. Davis and son of
Heppner are registered at the Perkins. -
P. . P. French of RlUvtlle Is Visiting
in the city.
Dennis H. Stovall of Grants Pass Is at
the Imperial. 1
Herman Klaber of Tacoma, a prominent
hop dealer, was In Portland yesterday; .
1 Ross E. Hlbler of Sclo Is in Portland on
business. ..Mr. Hlbler is engaged in the
mercantile business.
Rex, Moore Painter of the Pacific Ex
press company at Walla Is registered at
the Portland, i . -'. ,
SHOT HER HUSBAND
FOR ENTERING ROOM
, t Jourul Spertil Herricc.) . . .,
Selma, Cel., Feb. 6.--A strange affair
occurred here this morning when Mrs. C.
C. Harris, a prominent woman, shot her
husband because he Insisted or entering
Mrs. Harris' room. The couple! have not
been living together for several weeks, on
account of domestic troubles. Harris
sought reconciliation and went Into the
house,, but was ordered out His wife
had a pistol In her hand, but be thought
sne was blurring.. She fired twice, one
hlltlt ntrilrtno' her hiinhanri jv th. ,v,1
Inflicting a painful though not serious
wound. The other perforated his hat
Mrs. Harris was afterwards arrested.
ASPHALT CASE IS ,
IN FAVOR OF AMERICA
Washington, Feb. 8.-iA cable advice
to the state department today confirms
the report that the famous asphalt case
which two ( years .ago .threatened war
between America and Venesuela bad
been settled by the unanimous decision
of the supreme' court, of Venesuela in
favor of the New York & Bermudese
Asphalt company. All the Contentions
of the United States were sustained.
WILL TRY SHOOT ON
. VARIOUS CHARGES
; Joaroaf Speelsl Serrice.) ' v .
Washington. Feb. 6.The trial of Sen
ator Smoot will begin before the senate
committee on elections March 1, accord
ing to the date fixes' this morning. The
committee decided to make a .full and
complete Investigation not only of the
epeciflo charges against the senator but
also as to the practices of th Mormon
church, Its connection t with , polygamy
and its alleged interference in politics.
0wi butowss r jrrai).
' ' " (Journal Special Service.)
Rome, Feb. ,-r-Vatlcan offlclals derly
that the pope Is blind, but say he la
suffering, greatly with gout
Alwayg w Remp'nber th Full Name
rEgativo proao 0chh3
CorcS Col4 fa One Py, CtJbi 3 Dayt
j Chiefly Personal j
Located at St. Johns during
No other point has deep river
bank of proper 1 elevation on
i
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i The Incomparable White
TWO CASLOUII BOXjS TO POST AITS CZTZIZITB WXTJUIT TXB bAVT
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OtTB MODEL 9, 1904, BETTXB TXAJV XTSB.
, Among the Portland buyers are found the names of "-such substantial
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r Jones Lumber Company; w. B. Turner, 65 Front street: I)r, Parker, Mo
hawk building, and other business men who are careful to get the best,
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affording a rare opportunity for some Portland buyer to secure one of :
these KINGS OF THE AUTOMOBILE FAMILY. N
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"Will you please insert this obituary
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editor of a leading daily paper. Jl make
bold to ask it, because I know the de
ceased had many friends who'd be glad
to hear of his death."- , '
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