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Sheriff's Men .Clear Place
DEPUTY NOW IN CHARGE
Courtj Will Have to Decide and
Sberiffs Order Compels tlie
Poolroom Men to Move ( .
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Bhertlt Word put th auletua on (an
Wio In Fortluid at t o'clock thl aX
, Urnoon bj cloainf Uio poolroom ' oon
. ducted bjr" tho Warwick CommUilon
companjr on Exturtb atreet near Aldor.
Tb lUt under the ban now Includes
faro, roulette, blackjack, crape and other
Kamea carried on In a public rambling
houae, poker, keno, money paying alot
machines and the aellina; of poola on
races, . '
Under, the direction of Under Sheriff
Morden,- Deputies Dvwner. - Moreland,
Cftrdono. Oruaal and Parrot walked Into
the Warwick poolroom at 1 o'clock,
fhla place la closed by order of the
sheriff, aaW X'nder Bherltt Morden ts
JUanarer M. O. Nsase, Ton can notify
all the people preson except ins, opera
-tors ts leave the bu (Idles; at once, or I
will do so. Just as you par."' - u
- "You have taken chart here," was the
reaponae of Nsase. "and my orders Will
have to be given by you,- , .
The under sheriff, assisted by his
deputies, then proceeded to clear the
house. In a short time a crowd . of
about 1,000 people had collected in front
of the Dlaoa. Deputy BberMI Jjowney
stood at the door and denied everybody
admittance. Policeman John uuinton
waa attracted by the immenee crowd
and entered the poolroom, thinking a
ftaht waa In progresa. Aa soon as h
found the sheriffs representatives In
charge he proceeded to. clear the Wide
walk. He had a hard task, as the crowd
vacated the sidewalk only to gather on
the corners and In the street.
. It was announced by Undersherlff
Morden that Deputy SherlfP Parrott
will be placed In charge of the pool
room, which will not be allowed to re
open. Other deputies will suocsed Par
rott and one Will be kept there day and
night until the right of th company to
conduct a poolroom business Is deter
mined In the courts. The raid was made.
It Is said, without a warrant.
The following, were placed under a
reat: M. O. Nease. manager !-Joe Mar
shall, cashier; Al Nelrasyer telegraph
operator; Billy Humphreys, marker; J:
N. Fleahman, M: 'I Degnen, J. EL Steph
ens and J. C Culllson, clerks. P. P.
Wood, the bartender, having nothing to
do with the poolroom branch of th as
tablishment waa not arrested. V..,
All the money In the pool boxes
about tl.SOO was held by Undersherlff
Morden as evidence. Manager Msass
protested, saying It was saloon monef.
.The underuherlff retuaed to permit Nease
to take the money, - .
The policy of Sheriff Word will he
to keep the place closed and throat th
burden on the company by forolng It
to take action at law In order to ra-
Other who contemplated opening pool
rooms are at sea on the proposition at
present and will say nothing. IT R. Car
son, manager of ths Orphsum, would not
say whether or not he would, await th
result in this case oerore trying to open
a pool room. Harvey Dal also' refused
to give any Information relative to th
policy to he pursued by th Portland
As no Informations have been filed
asmlnst the poolroom operators th clr
cult court has refused to accept ball. In
consequence all th arrested men, szoept
Manager Nease, have been confined m
the county 'jail. It is a question
whether or not Neass will also be Im
(Jeafaal pedal Servtee.)
New Tor. Nov. 1. It Is reported that
th Wall atreet winnings of Charles M.
Schwab In th stock market during th
present year have been at least M.000,
000, and. elrcumstanoea corroborate the
Statement H was on th street today
busy selling stock. ,
Schwab' campaign began ia coffee, In
which he cleaned up more than 11,000,
000, and ended ta Steel preferred.
According to a report Herman lirikM,
th great oftffee merchant ; of Broad
Street had Sscwab as a market partner
ta th celebrated bull (campaign last
Winter. K. -
- Slsiken. as bear, drwnd th bull
Riisiafts Attempt to Mo
bilize Troops Results
VERY MANY ARE KILLED
Police Scot Oat fo Brin in Drafts In
Odessa -r Knropatklo, Ejcpected
.. to Fall. Back on Tie v ;
" LlngPass.- ;
t (Jooraal Special Servtee.)
... ' i ..( 1tfi.M.Mia
nors nave socuirva iu. " wut
ouenca of the mobilisation of reserve.
. . . . M - . V I - A. .
Moba at ' Busualaw. Waaaylkow andr
Kanlow It la reported, have attacked th
houses and shops of Jews. Troops in
terfered and a large number ef person
was killed. More troops' are eu route to
th district From numerous-parts .of
th district Included In th summons for
reserves' it Is reported that many are
refUaingytOL obey ana tnu th Internal
snlrit of the revolt that Is ever present,
although unsee. : Is af this Tim mors
openly active than ever, before. JEvqry
reported reverse suffered by th Bus
aiasi eriKV now ta th Held but adds, to
the fuel ot dlaoontsnt that prevails, ia
many sections of Kuaala. HttJs news of
which reaches the outsiae wona,.-""
uv effort ts mad to suppress th
f Kilrtary QuallfleatlOBS mounded
Vp by Polloe.
(looraal Special Servlea.)
Odesa. Nov. 1. In this city. In Kishi
nev and In Colaiev reeervlsts are being
brought to ib barracka by the police
patrol a. In the South Don mining aia
trict th miners are refusing to obey the
military summons, and serious disturb
ances are resulting. Hundreds of de
serters are croaalng the borders Into
Roumanla, Austria and Germany.
unm noK xvmoxx.
Japanese Bsply to Busslaa Bomahard--
meat ef Trenohea.
(Joucul Special Service.)
Toklo, Nov .1. A report from" Kurokl
State .that th Japan yestrdsy f jr
the first time replied to the Ruaalan
bombardment which ha been frequent
for several .day past.i Sunday night
ths Russian cannonaded th positions
of ths right central army,,but were re
pulsed after an action of several hours.
nan ajnu9 qtjxtx.t.
sksroff meports Ieft Advaooed rive
Ieanal' Special Servlee.)
8t Petersburg, Nov.' 1. Sakaroff re
ports: ' "Th night paaeed quietly, the
Ruaalana - - reooanoitared to - Sansidi,
which the Japan recently evacuated.
Our left ha advanced five versts."
TRAIN FALLS THROUGH
A BURNING BRIDGE
(SpeHal Dlasateh te Tae lesraaL)
Winnipeg, Man., Nov. i.-J. Dauphin,
aa engineer, was killed and H. Floyd
fatally Injured at Canmore, oa th Can
adian Padlflo railway, where a heavy
freight fell through a burning bridge. Th
engineer saw the burning bridge and put
on th emergency brakes, but the weight
of ths train caused It to move on to total
destruction In ths river.
- Th angln,. lander and four cars weft
broken beyond repairs. Seeing the dan
ger, both men Jumped, f Dauphin was- in
stantly killed and Lloyd will die.
under' th leadership of th 1st Leonard
Lswtsaohn, ia aa ocean of coffee, break
ing th price from II -cent to I oenta
a pound. Whan the market - wavered.
Bielksn-i tamed, and. with Schwab as
market: oompanlon, bought millions of
pounds. The1 sensational rise that wiped
out a paper loss of mors than I U. 000,000
against th Lewlasohn estate 1 a matter
' Out of .ths uproar Schwab cashed tl.
000.000 pronto and . took part In other
speculation until th tld turned stocks.
especially Steel. ' He bought heavily, and
when th market turned a few 'week ago
hs began to sell.'snd It I alleged be has
let out loo.ooo shares or Steel avaand
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WORLD, WHICHJ.S'SEBKINO TO INTERCEPT THs5 RU88IAN" BALTIC FLEET. "
Mr. Christina Jaakcey, who until re
cently- believed herself to be Mrs. J. C,
Barnes, suspects that sbs was tricked
into a mock .marriage.
Appearing" at the office of County
Clerk- Fields yesterday, Mrs. Jaskcey
asked whether r not the certificate of
her marriage had been "returned. Find
ing it had not aha related a story which
caused, th officials to asad her to see
District Attorney Msnnlhg. ' Ths cir
cumstance were .related to Mr., Man
ning, -who is now making a searching
Joseoii Hawkins anoeared at County
Clerk' Field's, office September H. andformeu.
HAS NARROW ESCAPE
' ' " ' ' '
(Jooatal Sperial Servtee.)
Oaklard. Cal Nov. t Prompted by
great presence, of mind, Mrs. Viotor H.
Metcalf, wife of Secretary of Commerce
and Labor Victor H. Metoalf, narrowly
escaped death yesterday afternoon In
an automobile aootdeut While riding In
Piedmont hill In company with Pay Dl
rector Llttlefleld of the . United States
navy, P. K. Bowles, prssldsnt cf ths
First National bank of Oakland, and Mr a.
Bowles. As the party -nearsd tbn top
of a steep grade the power suddenly
gave out and ths brakes failed to hold.
. The rutomobll waa gradually gaining
In momentum and realising if she stayed
In her rest she was likely to thrown
over a precipice, ! Mrs. Metcalf v Jumped
jast ks th back trucks struck sn em
bankment, upsetting the machine. Psy
Director LltUefleld end Mrs. Bowles were
thrown over aa embankment, while Mr.
Powles was pinned under th overturned
machine. Alt were etmfcen up and bruised
except Mrs, Metoalf. ,
REMORSE CAUSES MAN
TO COMMIT SUICIDE
. ; " (Jonraal Speetat Servk-e.)
Chicago, Nov. 1. Albert Nare'C who
two weeks ego killed David Imrham.
aged, 14, for throwing atones a hi bar,
today committed suicide by shooting
himself In th bead.'! was erased, by
his previous act .-, -
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SHE THINKS, -
A MQCK MARRIAGE
making the necessary affidavit wlt
nsssed by Chief Deputy' Prasp, a llcenae
was Issued authorising the wedding ot
J. C. Barnes, aged 41, and Mrs. -Christina
Jaakoey, aged Jl. '
"I am a resident of Vancouver, Wash
ington," said Mr. Jaskcey shs now be
lieves that to be her nam "and when
Mr. Barnes propoeed that we come to
Portland and be married. I readily con
sented, aa L-bava. thought-a-great deal
of him. Ths marriage license was se
cured. Thst night be took m to some
house. --e location of which I cannot
remember, as I am not familiar with
the city, where th ceremony era per-
ATTACKS ANGRY DEER
' (Josrsal Special Service.)
St Loula, Mo., Nov. 1. With ' his
eldest son. Oussle, lying' prostrate oa th
ground, an Infuriated deer standing over
him ready to paw htm to death, Adolphus
Bgach. the multi-millionaire brewer,
fearlessly attacked ths big deer." using a
heavy rifle as a club, and with a power
ful blow atunned th enraged animal
This gars Augustus' Busch time to ex
tricate himself and seise a rifle and des
patch the animal. Guaal Busch' placed
himself In the dangerous position whlls
going to the rescue of a young friend,
Frank., Paniso, 15 year old, whom ths
buck first a,ttacksd. Ths -deer charged
the boy and lifted him on It spreading
antlers. The terrific fight took place
on the farm formerly owned by Oeneral
U. S, OranW near Old, Orchard, In St
Loula county, which JJu'ach hss bought
and converted Into a game preserve.
TAMOUS rrAXAXOsT tXLUD.
(Joernal Special Service.)
Lincoln, Neb.. Nov. 1. Oeorgn Start,
ths famous Nebraska stallion, valued at
110.000 partahed In a . fire thla morn
ing at Norfolk. Nolfc
(Jooraal Special Servtee.)'
Peking.' Nov. t. The viceroy of Nan
kin. iA HI Slog Jan. formerly minister
to Japan, Is dead. . ''.
Russia Adds to Irritation: by Detaching
nected With the
THE. CftR iejp.
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E.X KOU T H
"Mr. Barnes explained to me that the
Judge was busy and could not attend
and perform the ceremony himself, but
hsd sent his clerk who, he said, would
do just ss well. I did not suspect any
thing and the ceremony was performed.
"Recently I have had reaaon to sus
pect thst everything is not as It should
be; My husband, as I believed, has said
a thing bf two during" slight disagree
ments that made me believe something
waa wrong.. Now that I find no .mar
riage certificate has ever been returned,
I am oonvinoed that I have been duped
and am not his wife at all."
HORSES WERE GUIDED
BY LIFELESS HANDS
- (Joornal Special Sertioe.)
Reno, Nev. Nov. 1. Six horses, pull
ing two wagons heavily loaded with
freight walked through th street of
Cherry Creek, a email mining camp In
Whit Pin eountyLNevada, as they wer
accustomed to do, and stopped only at
Uie livery Stable camp.
The driver, Charles Wagner, was on
the seat as ushal, but when he did not
get down the stablemen climbed Into the
Wagon and were horrified to see that he
a a dead. , Lifa had been extthot sev
eral hours, th. aged miner having died
alone on the desert, and the horses
brought him to his destination. Wagner
waa an old tlms prospector, and Comatock
SOU SHOOTS FATHER
TO PROTECT MOTHER
(Special Dispatch to The Jooraal.)
Tacoma, Wash.. Nov, 1. John B.
Carlson, a contractor In this city, was
spot dead by his son. Erall. lata yester
day afternoon. Emll Carlson, who -1
chief night operator for th Western
Vnlon Telegraph company here, says
his father came home Intoxicated and
threatened ' the lives of himself , and
mother. They ran upatsirs and locked
themselves In a room. Th father broke
In th door, when th son fired.' Kmtl
Carlson waa rsleased oa ball of $1,000,
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North Sea Affair
London Papers-Assert Russfel Has Broki Faitfi
Excitement Runs HighJind
Active Royal EnginiUnderUrdei
British Ship Pijkig
- (Jooraal Special Sarrtee.) i
London, Nov. 1. (Bulletin.) Up to a
lata hour this afternoon no explanation
of the apparently alarming telegrams
from Gibraltar has been given. .
At the foreign office end th Rua-
slsa embassy It Is positively stated
that there la no hitch in negotiations-ex-cept
through a failure of Russia to
notify the British government of the
names ot ths offloers detached from th
Russian squadron, who were princlpale
In hs firing on-the Hull trawlers:
(Jooraal Special Bertie. )
Gibraltar. Nov.- 1. (Bulletin) Th
British neet which this morning cleared
for action, continues its stay In the har
bor. The patrol of the Straits of Gi
braltar and the play of searchlights .1
constant- Up to late tonight there have
been no vessels Intercepted. -
(Joornal Special Service.)
LonJon, Nov. 1. p. nv- Qreal Brit
aln and Ruala are on the verge oi con-
Kws Is expected of a battbe between
th British fleet eommjundedhy Admiral
fcurtaford and the. Russian Baltlo- Meet
directed by Admiral Rojeatvensky. either
off the entrance to ths straits of 'IfuraJ
tar- or .a. srkesever-' th. ,tata. jiaeAS
bargo placed upon blm and Is ajianrnUy
making a dash for tbs Medllevraaean.
That he will be Intercepted go without
ssylng, as by his aet Russia ha- given
open defiance to Great Britain.' . .
v Added to this te the Irritating fact
that -Russia baa detached f,our oAoars
connected with th North sea, affair from
the Baltic neet and ordered them to St
Petersburg, but failed to notify liaglaiid
of this action. ' -
That ths 'situation Is serious and war
rants ths high, pitch of excitement thst
pervades London is shown -not only by
tbs tenor of . news from Gibraltar and
Vigo, but by dlplomatlo action at horn.
Clear foe Action.
A mesags waa received here thla after
noon from Gibraltar giving . th new
that the garlson had been paraded and
that the fleet commanded by Beresford
hsd cleared for action, called ail offloers
and sailors on shore leave aboard ship
and weighed anchor.
A dispatch from th British conaul at
Vigo atated that at 7:10 o'clock this
morning the Russian fleet under Rojest
vensky weighed anchor and steamed
from the port No notincatipn was given
the- autfaortttea. - - - '
StUl another aad later dispatch from
a Vigo correspondent state that heavy
firing was heard off that port, attri
uted by the correspondent to naval gun
practice. This latter messags la the
only one that conveys a hope that
trouble Is not Impending, but th gun
practice . must have been prolonged
otherwise the fleet would have been re
ported as again at anchorage in Vigo
It became apparent last night that
som unusual move was portending in
diplomatic circles, as ForelgoT Secretary
Lahsdowne, LordV Selbourne, first lord
of ths admiralty, and the Ruaalan min
ister. Count- Benoekendorff had a long
conference, lasting until nearly mid
night Despite th lsteness of the hour,
through Minister Balfour a summons
waa Issued calling all members of th
cabinet to a meeting to be held Wednes
day, It waa Intimated In official circle
that th call would have been Issued for
today but for tha tact that - some mem
bers 6f the cabinet believing the crisis
passed, had gon to place sufficiently
remote to prevent tbelr arriving la time
to attend a meeting before tomorrow.
This . gave rise to a rumor, which I
without confirmation up to thla hour.
that a serious niton.-had suddenly arisen
in negotiations regarding the North sea
afalr. It seem exceedingly difficult
to obtain any definite Information a to
the character of th hitch, and even th
unusual reticence of offlolala tend to
Increase apprehension that events ax
haptng emselve away from peace.
This afternoon Balfour had a sessldn
with Prince Louis of Battsnberg. head
of the naval Intelligence bureau. Lord
Selbourne and Secretary Lanadown. It
lasted a considerable time and whea th
official dispersed . all hurried . away
with grave looks.
'' at) S9afy for War.
Lanadown immediately after . th
meeting went to th war -off toes, where
he was closeted with H. Carnold For
ter, secretary for war. Th crowd that
had - collected before the - government
buildings continued to watch an, wait
for new, and when Lanadown had re
turned to hi of tea lata this aftrnopiv
waa not slow to notice - that Count
Benckendorf f, Russia's' , representative,
called and held a short privet conver
sation with th foreign, secretary, v-- 1
In th meantime It waa learned that
Benoekendorff aarjy- thla morning -Was
received by King Edward at Bucking-
Lham palace. It was. not so tnsoh la the
novelty pi in caii, aa in ise iact insi n
took place at an unusual, hour, that tod
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our Officers Con- r
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to Report in
to th belief thst Bencekendorff was th "'
bearer, of -Important news to th king '
direct. .WC.'. :.v. '. '
When the news of th visit passed
abroad the wildest of .rumor floated-.
through tha - stseets. - conjecture vea
being hasarded that Russia had disap
proved of England's persistence and h4 ";'
taken th preliminary step ta th break- ' .
Ing off of all dlplomatlo Intercourse, aa -action.
In such aa acuta time a Jtbla, :
tantamount to-a declaration of war.
Up to th time that he saw ths king . '
the Russian ambassador. Count Bencek- V)
endorff, had received no aotiflcatloa r ,
gardlng th detachment of officers front -
th Baltic Hej'--'wttt ' 'l :i ' :' '. -
Another rumor has It that the British
officials, displeased at Russia' dilator!- -
ness, hsve Issue a not of such curt- "
neaa to th csars government that her '
demanda will be olther promptly met ia ' ;
full - or more serldus. action may., be
taken.-. ' ';- ,. . 4 . . j. .
Tha prevalent belief la that th ac
tivity at Gibraltar' I accounted for .
olely-hyth sailing of th Russian '
fioet which Is .taken by th government
to- be , In dlreyg contravention of. th
pledge given toremler Balfour. ' '1 '
has mewl assuredly .broken faith.
'The following statement was Issued N ' .
this morning; j--i . .
"Lanadown has delivered to Count--'
Benckeadorff th draft f a convention
providing for a commission of Inquiry
Into tha North a Incident Thla ha -
been sent to St Petersourg for .. tha .
csars acceptance. ' '...; j . ... ..
Whn his majesty sxpreases bis .
agreement to the oeeivantloa, commls-
sloners will be appointed at once. ; -
From a semi official Russlaa source '
It was learned last night that four offiv
ear named by Rojestvensky aa cou- '
earned In the Doggerbank affair hav -been
detached from th fleet at Vigo
and are now en route to St Petersburg '
to present their report to the ... caar,
Thsse reports the caar will submit to
th Inquiry commission, . according -to) .'--the
Informant - ... j, - ' " j- . . ..
Th Baltic fleet., according -to thla v
source of news, will contlnu to th far -east
aa aoon aa th coaling difflcultlea
at. Tan glare are overcome. ,-.'"vv '--.'"''.
AXXJLaXTAJs Ss ASTXB.
OasJaouAC Ptaparatloaa Fleel ' ''
Strip for Actloa, ,.- -
(Jearaal SpecUT Service.) ':: V."'C.''
Gibraltar,. Nov. L -Th most ominous '
preparatlona are apparently being mad . -here
and public report ha it that wlthla.
a fsw short hours there I a possibility
of the famed defenses of th strong- 1
hold being tested 4a actual warfare. - . -
It ha become knowa- her that tha
Russtsa Baltio fleet cleared thla morn- ,
Jng from Vigo, and It is presumed by ',
the crvlltana who are ramillar with th 1
situation that This aocoupts for tha ac- T
tlvlty which lmmmed lately followed th '
receipt of the news, - Officers positively
decline to give out any information.
At IS o'clock this morning th garrl- '
on was suddenly ordered to snobllls
and th fleet was ordered to b ready to
put to. sea la a half houra time. This
could hav' had no eonaectlon with an
other lnoldent ot th night which - be
cam knowa thla momrng. In th deten-
tlon ot th collier London-JBrldge. Thla
veasel waa Intercepted by th. British.'
warshlpa, which alt night patrolled th
trait and wa brought her at aoon. .
Shortly after th order for tb mobtl .
Isatlon of th garrison , th governor
summoned alt offloers in -oommand to a
con fere no at th government houae.
Orders for th Fifteenth company of
artillery were shortly afterward posted,
notifying It that : It Should remain Jn
garrison. This cam aa a surprise, as
tha men had previously been ordered tt-'-;
prepare to embark for Sierra Leone, and. " '.
wer even at that tlm packing up. .,
- All entrance to the harbor wer alsa . t
closed with- boom defenses and . tonight '
searchllghta are constantly flashing from
tha fleet- the boat on patrol and the - '
land atatkma. aearchlng every foot of
th water which must be traversed by
th' RussUns If they bop to pasa hy
th way of th Mediterranean. - -;
. Official announcement hav not bee ,. ,
mad and no oivlflaa ta allowed entranc .
to th work thU aftenwoa, - It to ap
parent however, that aU actio hag .
been taken on advtc from London, . ;
AJl BrsuMhe Drawn-Vpa aad aft'
- i aear Kept a sdts .. V:-'
" . (Jearaal Speelal Servle.) i
Alderehot Kng.. Nov. 1. Stren?
draft hav been made en all branches
of th royal navy and the eaglneer hsv
beea rdered to b la readiness to leaw
fov Gibraltar aad Malta at a moment
nolle.'.-- 7 ,--.".- -. - -
Not elnea tli . stirring day fhe
marked th advent of tha Boer war, h
so snnch suppreeeed xclterent r
vailed SS St ressnt . ; .', -