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OREGON SUNDAY' JOURNAL. PORTLAND. SUNDAY MORNING. NOVEMBER 25. ' 190e;
PAY HIS FIHE
Tate of Opera Company Lies
With Verdict of Public Upon
-Singer's First Appearance. ',
1 -. .1-1 m.n.rk h. liwl Win U The Joarmat)
New Tork, Nov. 84. Enrico Caruso.
.the teiiOr.'dld not pay ne nne or iv ira.
. txMd upon hlra by the court or insult
. in women in the Central Park WO.
"When his counsel -anreared in , Tor
-Vllle police court the money wai wlth
: field to. give the lawyere' time to de---termint.
juat what atepa should be taken
. d thst the appeal which they, are to
make next Monday to the court of gen
., vial, sessions may be according to the
,. law.' .' - ' 1 -, ' ' ' -
. ;: It was leafed that If the fine wa
paid, even under protest, it might serve
, da a final dlaposltlon or tne case ana
'result in 4he non-aulttng of the inger.
Caruso - was. therefore pa rolled -under
bis counsel until -Monday, when, if he
doea hot pay the nne. the singer may
.'go to, the city prison so that the ap-
.peai may oe naa xnrouan mo mnnm
,tien of a writ of habeas corpus.
;.'. v,Xaows Mr. OraJkaw."
' Lawyer Sperling was about to pay the
t ne -when '. Kx-Judge DltlenlToefer de-
ciared that he knew the identity of the
' (mysterious woman, "Mrs. Hannah Qra-
Jiam,' the woman who, according to Fo
, jUoeman Cain, complained to him that
. ' Enrico Caruso.
.the alnger had tnaulted ." her In the
jxnonkey house In Central park. The
. ( .commissioner went further and declared
;ke knew the address of the woman In
question and added that evidence since
. the twrlnnlnv rtf . ti it
ika4 remained out of the jurisdiction of
.' IthM 4rhii-t .....
I , The commissioner waa naked If he
Jw;uldu f? rh Jpment.. whereabouu
.of the mvsterlouB wnmn . t hi
' "I have promised the woman that I
jwould not- reveal her Identity; I must
frefuae to tell, yon who she la or where
Jshe can be found." i . . . A
Up on Bresdwey. in hotel lobbies. In
homes. In clubs, this waa the one ques
... Hon asked todayt "What will- be the
.public's verdict la the Caruso case next
1rulnuJ.d -I.L.ea v . . . ...
IjtiiiODu.7 nigiiw. upon m answer
nann tha fat a? h
t f tha rnd opera, th Metropolis I
' It ha caused Herr Con re Id and the
men Asvwlatsd with him ki. M
- " lav vbimd
'endeavors thousands of dollars to pre-
'ir i. k performance.
unu i uini,ru, it. musi mean, that
he will leave the stage at once. If he
leavea the stage It la likely that the
opera will . ceaae and the audience 'be
. ( . Madame Zembrlch was asked today
fhat she considered the beet thing to
.do under the circumstances, . Bhe had a
; contract to abide by. she had her art
to serve. Bhe admitted thst the sltua
' tlon would not h nl.....
' Frematad. also famed of voice.-was
(Xhattr was on upon which aba felt
(vbc-u miinutjn alienee.
, Madame Karnes asserted that the mat
,ter under consideration waa a very deli
cate one to ri! ih. ...
have esteemed the aignor as a personal
A friend. It waa a very aad affair, but
,1 have n faith In the truth of the
. (m uwrn nunenneu, reliable optician.
7 prices. 181 Fourth at, near Tamhill. .
uusrcu vnunun rlLto
. - ARTICLES AT SALEM
v Salem, Or.. Nov. U. The' OospeI
Church" la the title of a new'rellrloua
. organisation that hae f lledf articles of
Incorporation with the secretary of
latc. The estimated value of the
Thur-h property is Sl.zoo and the In
corporators are Wllllum Dennis. Ellslut
W. Adams, Lela 8. Lynch, Norman
iiuyrn ana jemlna Bason.
r . This sect tins a neat new church
unomg at Firteenth and Mill streets
; In this city and its pastor is Rev. Me-
ciandlah, a sealnus worker. The church
haa heretofore been known aa the Pen-
j: tecoaUJ. gusalpn ttnft the . act tba t
there was ttnother Pentecostal mission
in the city which is now holding meet.
'ng undnr the auspices of the "Tongues
or nre na.s made this change of name
'necesssry. In fart, the new church la
i composed of mcmhfn who withdrew
' from the original PentetMuital mission.
' which le now said to be returning to
ne amies or -noiy itonensra."
b one of the constitutional
diseases. It manifests itself
in local aches and pains,
inflamed - Joints - and r still
ranscles.bnt it cannot be
cored by local applications.
It requires constitutional
treatment acting : through
the boodt and the best is a
coarse of the great medicine
which has' permanently
cured thousands of cases.
For testimonials of rvmarkaM carwi
Mn4 for Book on tlbcumatiam. No. T.
CL Hoo4 Cov. Lowei. Mas,
"It hnfttrinf.icm ' :.:W":':. . Y ., , ., .Tr,,, f . . , , ,;,.4 . 7,
mmmf wawaa i ., .-I , j !: ,t M h n : ii r ' i.U, 1 1 I "I ! i ; V ! Jr ' i , n - m ' - at-!'
m ill mmmm
SAT ATID SUCKED
Witness for Sidney Sloane Tells
How He Acted When He
.- Was a Child. .
, ' ., (Rpe'clsl Dispatch t Tbs Jourtnl.l
8pokane, Wash., Nov. U. That TSTd
hey eioane." the I7-year)Id boy who U
on trial for the murder of bla father,
has for many years past shown evi
dences of depravity and undeveloped
mentality was the substance of the
testimony of the witnesses for the de
fense who were on the stand today.
Professor " K II. lioone of iierKeley.
California, whose preparatory school
young Sloane- attanaed lor twe yeara,
teatlned that he waa a kleptomaniac
during the time he was In the school,
but did not seem tcr realise that he
was" doing anything wrong In, stealing
wearing, apparel and other articles from
his schoolmates, lie also testified that
the boy was deficient in his studies and
seamed to lack brain development; that
he never gave the boy a pusalng grade
in any study; he had never passed but
one examination, and in that was per-)
tecW but In that ne caught him copying,,
having the answers written on pieces
of paper, which were hid In his sleeves.
Miss Mary KUner, wno naa conauciea
a kindergarten here for IS yeara, waa
called by the defense on direct exam
ination and gave strong testimony,
which, however, was materially weak
ened by the cross-examination of the
prosecution, bhe said-be waa a dreamer
when he waa a child and spent much
of his time . sltung and gaslng . Into
space and sucking hrs thumbs. How
ever, In reply to question by the de
fendant s attorney, be asking- in many
forms if ahe Were able , to Judge or
give aa opinion as to the sanity of the
boy, she would persistently ana war: i
think not." Assistant Prosecuting At-
ara Purh took thlB witness In hand
for cross-examination. It being the fraif
iim. h. halt a nneared directly In the)
case, and lil wamtrwttow was) the causa
of several tuts witn attorneys zor me
defendant ' . : '
The sheriff this morning disappointed
a. large number of eurioua persons who J
bad gathered In tne corridors 01 the
courthouse In order to get s glimpse of
the boy as he waa paased Into court by
taking htm to the courtroom via the
back .stairs. ' , . ',
to - .
. Article fat
. " the Store
Let ug open n account with you. It'g pleasure for us.' and a convenience for you. So handy '
to gelect anything you my need and have it put right on your account; especially now, aa Christ-
t riEht on your account; especially now, as uf
maa will aoon be here. It makes, no difference in the price, aa we make.no price advancea to the .J"-,. i'
credit buyer absolutely none; you are just as welcome as a creau ouyer as you are as a - - -
buyer. Moreover, as au our pricea are marge a in puun iigures, me ouycr . si way. w , 111 jf
aa Mrjr illidfl J V ' m '. t: . "' . ' . s .. '' '.
Carving Set ' $ 1 .45 ; ' ; "
perl or quality; made from, the ,
best ground and tempered - cut- ,
lery steel, with genuine buckhorn '
' long. , The set usually sells for
. 13.00 and la very gooo value at
that. While they last, aet.fl.35"
HANDSOME BUFFET $18
The picture doesn't begin to do It Justice.
Made of beautifully grained oak, in golden or
weatht-red finish, and fitted witn a neay
nlate glass that measures
Inet work and construction are of the very
m.. "ss. handsome rocker
Weathered oak fintah, beautifully StVOfy RoaSter 85 C
r - ,
tt i ffl i
1 II il I I 17' 1 1 fit
EXTENSION. TaACLE X
: $20.00 ;
Oolden quarter - sawee oak. hand
somely polished; extends to feat In
lengthy : " r""-'
I . Tlo.aare Table 916.20"
Same style and finish aa tba round 1
table; extends te t - feet, and is aa
unusually good bargain. v. . ,' -
It matches' the
.and Is equally
grained.- tA rocker of simple, yet Measures .11x18 Inches, large
. "'. r -.--A -rj. . -- anAiiah rIAlnl - fa - lsafsTsr lTwrfSV
UlnfMiii,-ml-tmrTTii,U Torand-ttonwareaetjeth'rk and well
pressed steei. eiupticai in iorm; ouut; it a a cnair tnav la in no
at the beat roaster ever made. way t0 pa compared te the aver-
. Moisture drips down on the'Toast ...., j ... ,....
a perfect self-baster. that usu- bin' counter article.
ally sells for I1.Z&, ; - ' : - -
around town ." selling '
double the money.
HaU Stands ;
Are- the-- lntflcaor
to the tone of your
home. J Tdu' will be -
Carefully made of
sawed : oak. It is IS
Inches wide and has 4
targe and 1 small
nght u ; you get Early English Library Tablet J r,
nna of these! . .
feet I inches,
of splendid t
one of these:
French plate mirror,,
as pictured.... $19
i i i ii ill in i -1 ii m i
, The - ".-'r Wr?
Monarch eC2s .
Rane r ,
' That I : i
sacs 1 r y
The graceful patterns are only equaled by
the careful construction and richness of.
the wood. : The finish is superb and will
anneal to those who do not care for the
very dark weathered oak. and still want Illustration who ws one of the handsomest' brass beds on
something new and up-to-date. ' ' We have the market. -Tha headboard s inchee high, filled
them at all prtces...i;.--T.' -. .' with, beautiful scrolls and heavy straight fillers set off
French would expect to pay Table-pictured above .. . .t .w.KXO.tJO vntn-mrn iBHwrrir-wTMut ct. pe.iuitxy
(lx2 liO.OO for.. .f 7.15 Handsome Table with drawer. ... ...f7.bO hrase and ximsnea w tne iinest quaiuy T.ncn lacquer.
total Solid Oak 'and. well
piece, finlahed... one "0U-
Tabourets $1.25 hancINC
Made from . solid .". . -
oak in the best ' LAMPS - - t -posslble
manner. , m
Weathered finish. . ' $4.93 . .
Put together with
mortise and. ten" Regular It.M. values;
son exactly as several different pat
pictured, and one terns with beautifully
that usually sells decorated shade ' and
for " II.ee. As biwL . Heavy brass
there era only a chain and., trimmings;
few, we would ad- adjuata - to different
vtsrly ehfK4ethavJ.' Je,tant
ping. spring guarantee
order and ' ,
" burner. .
t a poop PiUMOi to "rmmsm
Benton County Citizens' League
" la Going Straight to Con- .
gress With It
8ptelsl Dl.natek te The Joans! )
Corvallls, - Nov. H. The Benton
County Cltliens league at it meeting
this week passed resolutions bearing
upon the subject of an open-river for
the Willamette valley and petitioning
congress tor tne appropriation of a
sum aufftclent for the purchase of the
Oregon City locks or the building of a
canal and new locks, to be under gov
The Benton County Cltlsena league
Intends to aak all other commercial
bodies In the. state to take similar ac
tion and to forward a copy of these
resolutions to the newspapers, asking
that editorial dlscuaaion may be given
the aubject of an open river. -
The league is making a vigorous
stand for what is right and Just and Its
action in this respect meets with' de
cldedlypopular favor here.
The resolutions premise that the
taking of a toll Is a barbarism under
any consideration, and vastly so If it
Is a waterway on which the exaction
Is laid. The effect of the 60 cents' a
ton charge at the Oregon City locks,
as relating to rail rates is shown. It
is stated the aggregste of this exaction
must amount to 1100,000 to 1200.000 a
year, levied on the Willamette region.
Fir urea are given showing what the
loll-.mount . la, whos asprsssad la
terms of pricea obtained for -the vat
ley's staple crops, or paid for Its staple
supplies. It is claimed the neceesary
works to give the people relief could
he built for 1600,000. In conclusion
the league prays congress to purchase
the existing locks or build new ones 1
and maintain them Jot the free use of
Jury Holds Brief Deliberation in
This Idaho Land Fraud
; . ''Ground on the Premises", ,
TMs smm rtrrn-t solution te
nr erMlgbt. It s tb enl .
PersisiieBt mulls smrtl
: The'DJamondLeadcra f the Northwest. "
.Unufacturfng Jewelers. ' - Con Third and Washington Sta.
(SpMlsl Dlspstcb to Tbe Joorail.l
Moscow. Idaho, Nov. 24. In the fed
eral court this morning William lawyer
on trta for subornation of perjury, was
found guilty on five counts. Tbe de
fense Introduced no evidence and waived
their argument to the Jury. .The case
therefore was soon conciuuea.
The jury waa out about three-quarters
cf an hour.
District Attorney Rulck's statement
to the Jury was brief, the principal
feature being that he desired as far as
was within his power to withdraw from
the confederation of the 'jury the second
count of the indictment, wherein It is
alleged that the defendant had suborned
Charles Carejr and procured him to file
on a timber claim. The district at tor
hey admitted' that the evidence was not
sufficient to eonvletand therefore with.
drew the count. .'.
Sentence Monday, IfwbeMy.
The evidence covering yie other
counts waa summed up briefly and tho
judge charged the jury much more
briefly than he did in the Robnett caan.
At 10:10 the jury retired and shortly
after 11 o clock brought in their verdict.
Meay exceptions were offered to the
Instructions of the court and also to the
refusal of the court to grant certain
other Instructions asked for by the de
It is supposed sentence will be passed
upon Robnett and Dwyer about 10
o'clock Monday morning. The defend
ante will ask for a stay of proceedings
pending appeal and will doubtleas be
released pn bonds.
W1U More Indictments.
There will be no more criminal eaaes
tried at this term, but, thst there will
be more Indictments Is a foregone con
clusion. The grand jury Is still In ses
sion and the district attorney specially
requested thst some of the witnesses
who had testified tn the Dwyer case be
not excused from attendance, as he had
further use -for them. These Indict
ments, It Is believed, will be drawn to
morrow, hut who they are against has
been carefully guarded. ,
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' . Up-to-Date : f .
I.adlea waists Just arrived at Le Palst
RoysL ; They win be sold at vary low
prices. I7 Washington street.. -,
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i WEALTHY WIDOW
(Continued from Page On a)
not go to the electrlo chair, ahe will
head a party to lyncht him.
'1 am not saying these things for
the eake of notoriety or to create a sen
sation," said Mrs. Hubbard, "but be
muse I feel that that fellow ought to
die. A brute that would treat a girl
as be treated "Billy" Brown, even If he
la not guilty of her actual murder,
which I believe be la. should suffer the
tortures of the damned. Tbe electric
chair Is too good for him."
Another sensation today was the ap
pearance In court of a girl from one of
the" nelghHbrlng" cities,' who refused to
divulge her last name. Bhe haaVrttten
many letters to Chester - Gillette . and
signs herself "Lucille." Whether he
waa engaged to the girl Is not known
as he will not talk upon the subject,
but It is ' certain that she has corre
sponded with him and Bends him words
of sympathy In each letter.
i Court convened at :t0 a. m. and ad
journed, at 11 p. m. today and the jury
will have a rest until Monday morning.
Several witnesses were recalled by the
prosecution 'to substantiate and make
more strong several statements which
they had made previously' on the
". , Karelia Xs Married. "
(Spectsl Dlatxtra br tieaatd Wire te The Jearnsl)
Philadelphia. Nov. J 4. George W. Ca
ble, writer of romances .and printer ' of
word pictures Imbued witn the spirit
of southern chivalry, was married at
noon today In Old Chrlat church to Mlas
Eva C Stevenson of Lexington, Ken
tucky. " . " V , : . , ' , ' '
Oould BMtuma to Moma.
(Special Dispatch by Leased Wire te Tbe Jonrntl)
Lakewood, N. J., Nov. 14. George J.
Gould returned to- Lakewood this week
from a trip of inspection over the Gould
system ' of rallroeda. Mr. and Mrs.
Gould gave a .ball for tba employees of
"Georgian Court." -
a vs r-J . o" "- miii uik
Daflav TfAii lit
:. ixwiiwa a a vumiwSi
J. D. DUBACK, Optometri
270 Alder SU Between 3rd
III I Corrmi pofhos fbrMri 1
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