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THE OltEGOTT DAILY JOUTINAL, POUTLAKD, Fill DAT EVENING. FEDPT ARY 19 190.
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,Charge8 of drunkenness have been
preferred . against Patrolman E. M.
- Ilowley, and Chief of Police Hunt stated
thle morning that the preliminary hear
lng will be held tomorrow f orenoon.
The offlcer'a tar woe taken from htm.
a nd he waa suspended pending the In
vestigation. Patrolman ftowley was found at Fif
teenth and, Washington , streets at an
early hour this morning by Patrolman
Taylor, who had been detailed to bring
him to the station. A telephone mes
sage to headquarters carried the infor
mation that the officer was Intoxicated.
He was brought in and, placed In the
assembly room. Later he. went to his
home, which is on East Morrison street,
between Thirty-third and Thirty-fourth
, streets. ." ' ; ''-
- VI was not Intoxicated." said Patrol
man Rowley. "X had .-. been walking
around a great deal, and my feet were
1 very sore, so that I could hardly stand.
Gome one saw me and reported, to head'
quarters, that I was drunk. That's all
there la to the matter. I had not been
drinking, and there is not truth in the
statement that I was drunk."
Patrolman Rowley is one of the six
men who were appointed two weeks ago,
to fill vacancies and to bring the force
up to the full quota. He had been de
tailed on the first and second night re
liefs, being placed on various city beats,
as is the usual case with all new men.
Prior to his appointment to the police
force Rowley worked for the Southern
Pacific Railway company as a. long
shoreman,, and at other jobs in the city.
He was married two weeks ago.
CLIMB FENCES TO
REACH THEIR HOME
On the ground that their property will
practically be surrounded by a Chinese
wall unless the courts grant relief, W. H.
Whalen and Jennie M. Whalen, his wife,
have asked for an injunction preventing
George Lingren from building a fence
across what Is termed by the applicants
a puoiic highway.
Mr. and Mrs. Whalen live on the Queen
Ann tract, at Normandale. Their prop
erty is reached by a wagon road, which
is said to have been used continuously
as a public highway for 24 years. Lin
gren is alleged t6 be building a fence,
which will prevent a team reaching or
leaving the Whalen property and will
force them to climb a fence in order to
reach the East Ankeny car line.
For three days County Health Officer
Evans has been busy at Laurel wood
making provisions to prevent the spread
of . smallpox. Especially promptitude
.and vigor were necessary in view of the
LIMITS THE LEWIS
- AND CLARK MEASURE
(Washington Bureau of The
Washington, Fen,' 1.Chalr- ' e
- man Tawney of the house expo-
4 altlons committee, has completed
his report on the Lewis and Clark,
bill, which will be In the nature
of a substitute for the - senate
4 measure. Mr., Tawney declined
to give informs don concerning'
the details of his report prior to
; presenting It, but It is under-
stood it limits the appropriation
fact that until after the death of Mrs.
Mildred Alband . no report was made.
Four cases are now found at the Jarratt
Dr. Evans found that the disease had
Its inception at Laurelwood In the case
of a 17-year-old boy belonging to ' the
Jarratt family. r He came from The
Dalles a month ago and shortly after
ward broke out with smallpox, Ignorant
of the nature of the disease, the ' Jar
ratts did not call. a doctor for some time.
The father,-mother and-two 'other sons
later contrated the malady.
Previous to the physician diagnosing
the cases as smallpox and before a re
port waa made at-the county health of
fice, 'Mrs. -Jarratt, who believes in faith
healing, called in Mrs.' Alband to pray
for her.- -Two weeks 'ago -Mrs. -Alband
took ill while at church and died a few
days ago. Both the Jarratt and Alband
homes are' quarantined. John Alband
refuses to be vaccinated, saying if it
Is the Lord's will he Is willing to con
tract the disease, aA little girl at his
house has been vaccinated.
: In Its efforts to stamp out the epi
demic of smallpox at Laurelwood the
City & Suburban Railway company is
giving the county health office valuable
aid. The Mt. Scott cars, which were
used by persons having the disease, are
being fumigated twice dally. Every
person In the district exposed to the
contagion either has been vaccinated or
Is now under quarantine.
OLD BANK NOTES
ARE EDWARDS' BANE
Harry Edwards, who was arrested
Wednesday afternoon by Patrolman Rob
erts for having queer looking bills in
his possession, was sentenced this morn
ing to 60 days in the city jail. He was
sentenced on the charge of vagrancy.
Yesterday Edwards would not tell the
court where he had received 'the old
time Bank of Tennessee bills. Howard
Gallagher, the 17-year-old boy who came
to Portland with Edwards from Van
couver, B. C, stated that the bills had
been sent from the . Omaha Stamp &
Coin company. Gallagher said that Ed
wards had also told him that he had
more paper money of the Tennessee
mintage sent to him at Kelso, Wash.,
and that as soon as they had passed
oft the supply received in Portland that
they would move on to Kelso.
.Edwards refused to state who had
sent him the money. John White, who
was arrested for having an 1855 Bank of
Tennessee bill in his possession, was
sentenced to 30 days for "vagglng."
Young- Gallagher said that he would
return to his British Columbia home.
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Japan and Bussla Baow kewsgettera
. Scant Ocmrtwiy
(Saa rranolaco Bura of Tb Jonmiil.)
flan Francisco, Feb. 19. The Pacific
cable from Shanghai says the Japanese
and Russians have shut out war corre
spondents entirely. The greatest diffi
culty is experienced to get correct news,
and correspondents are given scant cour
tesy by the contending factions, and the
war office of Japan announces: "News
we desire to send out must be official,
and we will not release lc so long as it in
any way whatsoever may interfere with
the operations of the army and nary.
Correspondents must get news here or
none at all."
.AKEBZOAB COHBU1. BABBBS.
Boseia Informs State Department that
Dalny Is Place of War.
(Journal Special Service.)
Washington, Feb. 19. It is officially
announced that Russia has Informed the
state department that it would be inad
visable at present to send an American
consul to Dalny, as trade there is un
der war conditions and for this treason
Russia has notified this government that
Edwin Morgan cannot be received. The
department has not yet determined what
disposition to make of Morgan. No
change has been made in the plana for
the men destined for Mukden and An
tung. ' " ' .
KOBE ABB ATTACK AMEBIC AH,
Injure Chaffeur of Automobile Because
of Personal Dislike.
(Journal Special SnTice.)
Washington, D. C, Feb. 19. United
States Minister Allen cables the state
department from Seoul today that a
company of Korean soldiers Wednesday
night attacked an automobile belonging
to an American cltisen and damaged lt
and then Injured the chaffeur. Amer
ican seamen were Immediately sent to
the scene to quell the disturbance, lt
Is also .stated that the chaffeur is a
Frenchman, which fact Incensed the
party who made the assault.
BTTS8IAB) WAB TXS5ZX, CBAHES.
Spain Orders That Battleship leave
Canary Islands at Short Botiee.
. (Journal Special Serrlce.)
London, Feb. 19. Reuters' Madrid
correspondent wires that a Russian war
ship arrived at the Canary Islands last
night and that the authorities notified
the captain that he could not remain In
port but a limited time only and could
not be provided with more coal than
will enable him to reach a Russian, port
bussia cuna xobea.
Stated at St. Petersburg That Country
Xust Come Under Csar's Protection.
(Journal Special Serrtce.)
St. Petersburg. Feb. 19. The Svlet tw
day discards tls mask regarding Rus
sia's designs in Korea and says edi
torially that the country must pass un
der Russian control as a matter of self
Marseilles, Feb. 19. M. Ztmasky. aide-de-camp
of Viceroy AlexlefT, sailed . for
Jtbutil today with 10 Russian officers who
have been traveling for the past eight
months in Germany and France on a se
cret mission. The entire party will Join
the Russian squadron now stationed at
Paris, Feb. 19. It is officially .ex
plained, here today that the sending of
re-inforcements to the far east Is with
out any sinister significance but merely
to. protect the French In Indo-China In
case the unrest spreads that far.
Rome, Feb. 19. The Italian cruiser
Llguria will go to Japanese wsters.
Moscow. Feb. 19. Japanese - traders
who hastened to leave Vladivostok lor
Port Arthur and Dalny, and who, sold
their goods at five cents on the dollar,
had all the goods on credit from Mos
cow trading houses who have suffered
great financial loss as the result.
St. Petersburg, Feb. 19. The Peking
correspondent for the Russ wires today
that Minister Conger has requested the
Japanese minister to refrain from cir
culating news of Japanese victories, as
lt tends to excite the Chinese to a
Parts. Feb. 19. The report that Min
ister Delcasse has resigned is declared to
be utterly unfounded.
BURIAL OF SENATOR
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London, Feb. 19. The naval appro
priation was increased today 16,000,000,
making the total appropriation for the
year nearly 1179,000,000.
SAYS COLLINS IS
Accused of tapping the till of the Ox
ford saloon, 306 Russell street, last ev
ening, John Collins, a decorator, was
tried before Municipal Judge Hogue this
morning. Collins was found guilty.
Judge Hogue will sentence Collins to
George Miller, proprietor of the sa
loon, stated that he had employed Col
lins to do some decorating. He said
that about 8:80 last night he went out
Into a back room of the saloon, leaving
Collins in the main part of the estab
lishment The proprietor told the court
that he had counted the money In the
till before going into the rear room and
found Ave silver dollars there and six
one-half dollars. When he returned
Collins was stilt in the room, but that
two silver dollars and one half-dollar
were missing. Patrolman Bullus was
called in by Miller, and Collins was
placed under arrest
Miller also stated that Collins had
offered to give him $2.60 after the ar
rest had been made. Collins, when
placed on the witness stand, said that
he did net take any money from the
till. He said that Miller had had him
arrested because the saloonman did not
want to pay him 12. JO for doing the
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There is nothing that will put you to
the front so rapidly in the business or
social world as a cheerful disposition
and a pleasant appearance. Other things
being equal, people will go out of their
way to give the fellow a lift who al
ways wears a cheerful countenance. The
man or woman with a cranky disposi
tion and a sour face will always meet
with an Indifferent If not a chilly recep
tion. The commercial traveler, who is
the recognised business barometer, ap
preciates better than any one the value
of thle rule and governs his actions ac
cordingly. Dyspepsia destroys all the agreeable
qualities that enter into a man or wo
man's make-up. It is almost a human
Impossibility for any one with a severe
case of dyspepsia to look pleasant. The
continuous, miserable, cast-down feeling
is bound to make itself shown in the
appearance and conversation.
Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets are the
sufferer's certain cure. They are recog
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reason that Stuart's DysDeosIa
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Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets .are for
sale by nil, druggists at AO cents a box.
All druggltfts means all druggists. They
have become so necessary to the people
that the druggtxt simply has to keep
them anyway. There are other remedies
that he can make much more money oil
If he could sell them, but he can't, lun
will not take chances on losing his cus
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National Civic federation. Bishop Leon
ard delivered a touching eulogy.
When the pallbearers started with the
body all remained seated until the
mourners were out Although the
crowd outside was Immense, the police
and military preserved order. Only a
few carriages followed the body to the
cemetery, where lt was deposited In the
MAY INVITE BIG
The 16 th state convention of the Ore
gon Christian Endeavor society will hold
its opening session thia evening In Pen
dleton. There will be about 150 dele
gates present from all over the state.
The Portland delegates left this morn
ing in a special car to be in time for
the opening session. Meetings will be
held morning, afternoon " and evening
until Monday evening, when the conven
An important question which will be
discussed will be that of Inviting the
world's convention of Christian Kndeav-
orers to meet in Portland in 1907. The
matter will probably be brought before
the convention by J. A. Rockwood. the
state president. The expense of enter
taining the visitors will amount to about
$12,000. The convention would bring
about 16,000 delegates to the city. It
meets next year in Baltimore. Md.
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their demand more popular.
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