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PORTLAND, OREGON, MONDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER ; 26, X906. FOURTEEN PAGES.'
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Head of American Fed
v eration of Labor'Sas
' -: ( Jooraat Special Service.) ' '
election M oter. th return established
" and th reaults -generally fully accepted.
Btmutl Gompers, president of the
j American Federation of Labor, ia de-
termlned to purau hie - ante-election
campaign to It remotest eonclualona.
In an article contributed to the
Federatlonlst, which la the official
' organ of the great labor organisation
' over which he presides, be- charges
widespread frauds whereby the corpo
ral nntretrof "the-wun try -Teveraed
the underlying popular will.
He declares It la clearer now than
ver that corporate taiterests absolutely
dlotated Th results of - some of the
1 elections, and he takes th position that
hla campaign aaalnat congressional can
didates who were th tools of corpora
tions, though it was conaldered an ex
' trem meaaur by many even of those
who were heartily th friends of the
labor Interest, Is fully justified in view
of th degree of auocaa attained ia
electing corporation instruments In th
rr face of an array of alert and
organised laboring men,' both .leaders
and rank, and file, uch a ha never been
lined p before In - any political cam
paign nor otherwise. - ,
- Mr. Qompera' article reopen th Case,
f&d foreshadow a series, of conteata
' In" courts, in legislatures and la can
" gress Itself that will make the Isbor
campaign in the field last summer look
like a merely gpremenitory symptom
CAR HKl SHUTS DOWN
BAKER COUHTY UItl
(Special Dtopatc te Ta JflenaL)
Baker City. Or, Not. 2. Two f th
largest lumber eonoerna In Baker oounty
have shut down on account ot the oar
shortage. ,'' '
Th Oregon Lumber oompanyf con
trolled by DaTld Eccles, head of the
Sumpter Valley railway, and Stoddard
Broa' mill, which had a dally output
of 240,000 feet, will not be opened
until the. cars for ahlpplng can be ob
tained. !A fore of 200 men are Idle aa
The fuel famine resulting front 'the
car ahortag la unrelieved and.th alt
uatlon la r serious aa th cold weather
continue with little proapect of a
Aoensed of agtuder.
. ( Journal Kpeelal flervtee. ) 7
Plttsfield. 111.. Nov. !. Eugene Pleta
man la on trial, accused of murdering
Dr. John Warner when the two .were
passengers on a train going weat a
year ago. It IS alleged that .Pletsman
waa Intoxicated and without warning
shot Wsrner. '
- Th following the the ad vertlslrig-record of th three daily papers of
Portland for .th week, ending with Sunday, November II:; r r : '" '
; : ..V-' Journal
,.h.VI:n 1-J Inches.
Local Display; .'. . ... , . . v 5,086 ,
Foreign .....'.........-.......I., 639
classified .v;;..:2. imv-.
DisplayTReal lEsUte,, . .233
Readera--rt- , , v r- 4
Local Display .
. . . .. ;
Display Real Estate. ...... v .... .
Readers TiT. T.
, ToUl for Week.
Th Journal once more gained In the volume of advartlaing for th
week ending with Sunday, the 16th Inst., over that of th preceding week,
by .100 Inchea; carrying more than 1,851 inchea In excess of -the Oregonian
for the. same week and 1,1 21 Inches more than the Telegram, the evening
edition of th Oregonian. - Thla la' th greatest volume -of advertising ever,
oarrted by a Portland . paper in th regular eours of business of one week,
L., 10,117 Inohas. , ,x
The pressure on Th Sunday Journal's columns Increases with each week,
and to Insure Insertion In that edition advertisers, must hav. copy In th
hands of th printer very early th earlier the better at leaat by noon
of Friday. , ,
To ruoet the evar-lncreaalng business of The Journal an order was given
last week to R. Hoe A Co. for th largest printing press that was ever
brought to' Portland, which, when Installed, will represent an outlay of cash
of 140,000. i With this press Th Journal will be able to print a larger paper
dally, .on containing as many as 10 pages if necessary, and otherwise meet
th demand for "Portland's popular Paper," ss well as deliver It with mor
regularity to lt multitude ot readers. !( ,. "
The Journal has "met th enemy and he Is our'n," and with thlai new press,
, and othr facilities, , with "leased day wire," "the-longest Jn th world."
direct with New York. Washington, boston. Chicago and th largest cities of
both continents, this paper propose to take, first place among th papers
of the coast, leading In th good work of th cause of th people Of th
Oregon country, with th lova of Juatlr and falrneaa ever' guiding Its
deatlny. , . .V
Father. Asks; Police to
Soh, vWho Exhibits
Darwin Wood, known as the "Mosart
ef -America1-who- -In t 8 when-but--
years of. age, attracted considerable at
tention in musical circle in Canada and
the United BUM as the only child or
ganiat extant,- la being eagerly aought
by hla father, D. R. Wood of Eaat Bay,
Gambler Island. Vancouver, British Co
lumbia. The following letter to Chief
of Police Gritsmacher from' the anxious
father la on of th moat peculiar co.n
muni cation received by th head Pfhe
police department In some time:
"Myaon, Darwin-Wood, leit-Vancou.-ver
for Portland October II, professedly
to visit a friend, Mr. Palmer, seed and
feedmaa. " We have not heard from my
son and are getting extremely anxious,
because unfortunately, he Is an 'eccen
tric and has always shown criminal
tendencies ell his 'life. Hla police rec
ord here is serious several times in
prison once for horse and buggy steal
ing, again for cattle, bicyclea. etc. He
la at least a "kleptomaniac and ought
never to be without eome one to-care
for him. , What makes, the position a
much worae ia the fact of hla being an
extraordinary musical genius, receiving
111 per day In the exhibition of Toronto,
London and Ottowa in the Jubilee year
when he waa only seven years of age.
H 1 now. II and nnoontrollabj.
"If he ahould have got - Into trouble
I Wish to know the particular a I ahould
feel happier to know he was In a re
formatory than at large. ' He will cer
tainly hav mad himself known at th
music stores or theatres. ' - ".. .
"Pleas look him tip and let m knew
his address. It he Is not earning an
honest living he should be returned her
that th suspended sentences might take
ffootand hav him In safety.
Jnv addltlerv to. description of the
youth, a circular bears -on the cover
hla picture at the time he created such
a, sensation as th only child- organist
In the world. The following exoerpta
from the circular throw light on th
career of the missing boy. . .
"Hla genu is peculiar. Hlxea not
read music nor doea he" ever play by
ear. He ha an unlimited store of the
grandest classical harmony in his mind,
from which he can produce at will. He
composes all of hla p.ecea aa he plays
them, and never repeats. , His advance
conception of rauato is most aotlceable
In his fin minor solos. . He controls the
largest organs with apparent ease, and
also performs brilliantly , on the piano.
He is a bright, happy boy, with golden
hair, natural and unaffected by ap
plause, is robust In health; and, so far
as human eyeo ran discern, ha before
him a glorlr career." i i
Nine yer- j after the publication of
this glowing account of the remarkable
child, a gray haired father timorously
waits news of his boy, devoutly pray
ing that his stealing proclivities have
not caused him to again run afoul of
the law. ; A detective has been assigned
to locate young Wood if he Is In th
city. ' ; ' :
- Oregonian Telegram
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Two Portraita of the Beautiful Countess of Westmoreland and One of
'. .',-"V' vXT;7-' ' .. lean Millionaire Nearly,
FOR THE WIFE OF
London Disappointed, as It Will
T Uo Hear Story of Why Rich
. American - Bought ' Jewelry
Worth Million" and : Half - for
. Beautiful Countess.- - -i-
- (Journal Special Serrlee.)
London, Nov. 26. London is griev
ously disappointed: it fears It will not
hear all about -the 11.500,000 worth of
jewels that a rich expatriated American
gave to the wife or a noble earl, 'with
out the knowledge- or consent ot-the
titled husband. London's fears are not
without foundation. ,
When it waa hinted "that an American
waa spending fortunes on brilliants and
queer-shaped and colored pearls for one
who waa unnamed, but who was said to
be th prettiest- woman In England, Lon
don waa agog,-and everybody asked hla
neighbor -who the man waa. Unfortunately,--th
description of the woman
left little doubt aa to her Identity, -'
Shortly after the papers took the mat-,
ter np, the Earl of Westmoreland left
hi London house snd disappeared from
view; the eounteas continued In evidence
and waa one of a very exclusive party
given by an American woman of title.
to which royalty lent Us presence. This
party and royalty'a graciousness mystl
fled many who had built a story on the
noble earl's sudden departures And
then more doubt wa cast on th story
when It was reported that W. W. Astor
(Continued on Page Two.)
HAW A MM :
Queer Result of Experiment That
Was Expected to Produce.
V Fine Oranges. ?
(Journal Special Senrlre.V
Wadhlagton. Nov. tl. Official of
th department ' of agriculture have
found a lemon on a tree they expected
would produce oranges., The discover
Is regarded as of the greatest Import
ance and may mean the- revolution of
the lemon , growing : Industry In thl
country. , ' . . .
Beveral months ago Professor B. T.
Oallowiy, chief of the bureau )f plant
Industry began experlmenta on grafting
the Florida orange tre and th Japanese
orange tree, known a the trifoliate.
When the fruit waa ready to pick the
supposed oranges proved to bo lesion.
Th department' olnttat, are pus
aled at th production of lemon when
they expected oranges, and nr Investi
gating the c-!s. v
Th Japanese orange ia not ao sweet
aa th Florida or California orange, but
no person around- th department x
,pected such 'result. ThW. vIM sn
of i th feature of Seoretary , Wilson's
annus! report,. " . ' '-.,, . . ,
: ROYALTY DEMANDED THAT,
WIFE; ROBS SAFE;
Moritz ' Fleishman, Employe of
'v Woodard, Clarke & Co., Ab-
' sconds'. With Nine Hundred
Dollars, but Is Soon Landed in
. Jail In Vancouver, B. C.-
h' Because he absconded with 1000 from
the firm ot ' Woodard, Clarke 4 k ,
where h was employed aa floor man
ager until 1 Saturday night,- Morlti
Fleishman, SI years of age, was ar.
rested at Vancouver, British Columbia,
yesterday and will be returned at once
to thla city. He left a young wife pen'
nlleaa at 214 Thirteenth street - .
Flelshmin waa married eight months
ago today In San Franc Isca H and
hla wife wore refugees at ter the great
disaster and cam " Portland, wher
he secured a good position with Wcod
Srd, Clarke & Co. --He brought' excellent
recommendations wltn him and through
tbem secured'the posirion.
. Fleishman,- It Is cltmd, becsm ah
absconder becauae of a luarrel wlt't his
wife. Saturday afternoon was lo-k
Ing at a photograph of it former wife
and expressed 'Sn admiration for her.
His present wife waa ortemleii and a
quarrel ensued. He placed the . photo
graph In hla pockat -nd nbe ia said to
hav attempted to fore It from hln.
Violently angry he left the houae. vow
ing that he would never return
He left the 'City on the Northern Pa
cific train at 11:15 o'clock that night
after looting the safe of hla employer
and deliberately planning hla departure.
Hia theft waa discovered by Mr. Wood
ard yesterday and th rase was placed
In th hands of the police Immediately,
(Continued on Fage Fou r. )
TURKEYS ARE MUCH
: - BETTER THIS YEAR
e If that large and suoculent
gobbler taates a little better than
uaual When he appeara on the
table Thursday thank th cold
weather fer It.
e Market men aay th quality of 4
e, th fowl Is better this year than
4 -for many long moons. The snap )
e of chilly weather the paat week w
haa put Just the proper flavor to
the meat e
e Every market today has fes-
e toons of turkeys as decorations.
Hundreds hav Men ordered by -)
.'the far-sighted ones, while tardy
people are aending in rusn oraera
" The beet selected birds are
. selling for 10 cents a pound
e dressed, while the common run
e go for II oenta. Nice fat ducks
uh-mm-ai ere retailing at l
and 11.50 each. Stall-fed gees,
e dressed, sell fOr 12.50 and IS e
esch. Ordinary dressed geea
bear those familiar signs. ."Tak 4
m home for. tV Th large ones e
, aell for l oo. i - . - ; -
r v is. a
PEACE BE DECLARED BETWEEN
the Earl, Her Husband. ' Gifts of Jewels
Caused Them to Separate,-. '--." '
Trinity in New York, One Hun
dred Million Dollars in Control
: of Twenty-Three Men, Said to
Be Among the Many Shirkers
for the Year.
(Journal Sseelst fciilee.)
New Tork, Nov.. J. The fact , that
the enormouslywealthy Trinity Church
corporation has not yet paid ita 111.'
Ill annual taxea thla 'year is exciting
comment in financial circles. Tax offl-
clala think the tightness or th money
market may be - the cause. Ninety-one
thousand dollars, at the prevailing high
ratea of interest, would earn a consid
The Trinity corporation owns real
property worth 1100,000,000, and pays
taxes on about 15,000,090 assessed "valu
ation. Thla ia because many of Trin
ity's leaseholders a re obliged to pay
taxes on the leases they hold. The
World goes Into details of Trinity's In
come and disbursements and says that.
despite th claim of the corporation'
officials that Trinity's Income I used
In its charities, there is an annual sur
plus of $900,000 which cannot bs ac
counted for. .
Conservative men estimate that the
Trinity corporation, over and above its
taxable and exempt property, - haa an
accumulation In ensh and securities of
at leaat $100,000,000. With money at
m per cent compound Interest, doubling
every II years. Trinity will soon, at this
late, be the richest corporation In th
Th absolute masters of this glrantlo
fund are II men composthgthTrtnltjr
corporation. ..Most of -these men are
also connected with big banks, trust
companies and other concerns. ,
STOCK EXCHANGE THROWS
: BOOT AT WILD CATS
New. Tork, Nov. IS. Widely adver
tised Invitations to th publlo to sub
scribe to the stock of new mining ven
tures brought out by certain stock ex
change - houses : sppeared yesterday,
minus the caption "Members New York
Exchange." under th title of th spon
aot firms. "
Though there has ba .no official
pronouncement by stock exchange auth
orities on the subject. It Is learned that
several houses which bad been boom
ing queer mining Stocks had been pri
vately requested by th officer re
frain from using their stock exchange
standing to boost their mining ventures.
This takea a good deal of wind Out of
the sails of - a number of new enter
prises. The water attll remains. '
Golds. Wedding ef j th Oarys. .
Baltimore, Md Nokr. . It. Former
Postmaster-Genera! and Mrs. Jaroee A.
Oary have Issued Invitations for their
golden wedding anniversary, to take th
form 'of a dinner tonight and a recep
tion ' tomorrow vmng. Thirty-two
members of th family ar to be pres
ent at th dinner, th seven dauahter
appearing In their wedding gown
Valued at $1,500,000 From an Amer-
' ? ".' .. 'C-
Frightful Fall Is Broken by Won
derful Presence of Mind of
Men Who Hang by' Their
Hands From the Top of. the
Luck plays an . Important role in the
lives of some men If the miraculous
escape of death thla morning of W. H.
McCanly.' and Charles Heft ,1s any' cri
terion... After failing aeven atorlea down
the elevator shaft In the new Wells
Fargo building at Sixth and Oak streets.
a distance of about 120 feet. McCanty
suffered a sprain of the back and an
injury to his left hip, while th only
damage don. Heft . was a ripped coat
The act ldeht . occurred this morning
at 1:10 o'clock. McCanty and Heft, who
are employed as laborers on the build
ing, boarded the elevator used for carry
ing building material and mechanics to
the upper floors of th skyscraper. On
the lift with them at the time wss a
wneelcarrow or lime destined for as
on tb top floor.- The cage atarted up
ward and everything went well until tb
seventh floor was reached.
Then suddenly, the slender wire cable
hauling the cage parted with a report
like a pistol ahot and the' two men ahot
downward. McCarty had sufficient
(Continued on Psge Two.)
NOT RICH ENOUGH TO BUY
ICingdon Could, Who Refused to
Be Hazed at Columbia, Os
tracized by His Fellows. !
Uoirnsl Mperta! ServVe.)
New Tork. Nov. 2. Klngdon Gould.
eldest sou, ef George J. Oould. is suf
fering ostracism at Columbia unlver
si tr because he. refused to. b hosed.
When six brawny upper-olassmen at
tacked him on th university cstmpus
two years ago In his freshman year, h
drew a revolver and" fired In the air.
his assailants fled.
Four of his tormentors were suspend
ed, but were reinstated owing to th
intervention of young Gould, but be
wa never forgiven by om of Colum
bia's men and the flat went forth.
'Snub Klngdon Gould." From that day
to thla he haa been systematically
snubbed. What la not denied to his
humbler classmates Is denied htm
Th class honors and distinctions which
arc th ambition of every yimnit man
of prominence In Columbia are not for
Gould. - lie Is leading hla college life
practicnltv rlonc. lie Is Junior, hut
the sever boycott Is still .on. lie ha
proved in many ways tht he la no
snob, but It nutks no difference, lie
I osti-acisad. - . ' . .
in Open Court and
. at Him
Attorney Henry B. MoQInn waa taken '
from the courtroom of the state circuit
court by Deputy Sheriff Penumbra Kelly
at th order- of Presiding Judge Sear
thla. morning, after McGinn had refused .
to legvethe courtroom when requested,
to do ad by the judge. Attorney- Mo
Olnn at first refused to leave the oourt
room with the deputy aberlff. declaring
that he had a constitutional right t re.
main. Later he rose te go, aaylng:
"All right. I will go with th sheriff!
but I want to tell you that I will be
heard from. There is ons man at this
bar who knowa yon, who has been as
sociated with you, and knowa you thor
oughly. And I ara that man."
McOInn turned and atarted to acoom.
pany Deputy Sheriff Kelly from th
courtroom, hut when about half way to .
the door turned back and said to Judg '
Sears: -v ..
' "Not poppy, nor mandragora, nor all
th drowsy syrups of th world' shall '
paaa judgment upon me." Then he left
Last Saturday McGinn was fined $110
by Judg Sears for contempt of court,
growing out of a bitter attack made by
McGinn upon District Attorney Man- ,
lng. At the same Urn District Attor
ney Manning wes severely censured for
contempt of court for remarks concern
ing what McGinn had said. In th
afternoon both attorneys were adjudged
in contempt of court and were cited to)
appear to receive punishment.
Manning; Dodge wenalty.
District Attorney Manning apologised
for the words he had used In th morn
ing, and no penalty was Imposed upon)
him. Attorney McGinn was declared to
have been th aggressor and waa fined
$25. HeMmmedlately requested that $15
be added to his fine, as he desired to
(Continued on Pag Two.)
AT BAR WILL
Officials of O. R. & N. to Dismiss
Captain B. T. Bailey From
Service : and Otherwhre Im
prove Tugboat Work at Mouth
of the River. V v
It la understood that th O. K. N.
Co. proposes making some sweeping '
changes In the tugboat service on th
Columbia rival bar sooa. 'apt a I s B, R -Bailey,
it Is rumored. Is slated for dis
missal' and his plac a mnater of th
tug Tatooah given to some one display
ing mor Interest In the welfar of th
shipping bound for this port. " .
Th charges preferred by ' Captal
Corveo of th French bsrk La 'Parous
against Captain Bailey some tima o.
alleging that th tugboat captain de
manded $10,000 to tow the vessel over
the bar, hav been brought to th at.
tentlon of General Manager Jams P.
O'Brien of the O. R. N.. who I said
to hav promised th chamber of com
merce navigation. -committee that Cap
tain Bailey' ssrvlc will soon b dls- -permed
with. Captain Bailey la th
aenlor tug euptaln on the bar, but la de
clared to hav lea authority now than ,.
a few month ago, when hi word was
W. D. Wheelwright, president of th
chamber of eommero and member of
the navigation committee of th cham
ber, stated this morning that while th
O. R. A N. Co. haa greatly Improved
towing service during th past few
months. Manager O'Brien aaa announced
that Captain Bailey's eervloee will be
dispensed with soon. It Is known that '
great pressure has been brought to
bear upon Manager O'Brien for Captain
Balleya dismissal, especially on the
strength of the proposition he mad t
Captain Corveo. of V bark La P'rouee.
"We have been after the O. K. S.
C, tor better service on the bar," sail
Mr. Wheelwright this morning, an1 a
great Improvement haa bn made, I j
Uter 1 atlll ro foe Improven . ." .