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t WITH ULTIMATE CUCCIC3
C'".t Y.'z A:hic:t-tn Point of
' F&int2nz Ctcaujs of. Cain's v'
. Locking the front and rear doors of
-' her house at til Kast Morrison street,
after a hard struggls with W. J. Cain,
earn, this morning, Mrs., Mary Ogden
- held him and a companion prisoners for
. an hour and a half., whlla tha polica
.were anawering har summons. ,
- Tha act of tha woman borders on. tha
: herola Bhe aoeuaaa Cain- of using ln-
aumnv miivium uu uiuKinr Mar in
his effort to get oat of tha houaa with
out returning har Dronerty. ' Tbouah
almost fainting at tlmaa, aha save, aha
ciung 10 (Da man untu na was aaieiy
Imprisoned. Than aha eallad Contractor
Van Stone to aaalat her -In watching; tha
-tbouear Through a tnlataka made In se
curingthe addrsaa, tha polica .did not
reach ner nouae until an . nour ana a
i half had- elapsed. Mrs. Ogden la a wlU
tnees in tna jk.-ray oamaga auit in "
circuit oourt. but was -not .able to be
in attandanea at court thla morning.
.Cain's companion, who took no part
, In tha affair hevond accomnanvina- tbs
arrested maa to tha houaa, waa raleaaed
on tha arrival of tha polioe. . Cain waa
,a k n tn .noHna) hMjfauajrtara on a charge
ox hit ana . Minrr. . ana mmwv vmu
;.Jta will appear lor trial lomorrow.
. m i a . . , a
- mmrt - aalt Mra. Ctmdan. nil ukMI for-
picture to enlarge. Bhe eeld that II
es 10 would be enlarged free in' one
; neighborhood, for advertialno; purposes,
T hm har a nlrttura. iM thla mnmlm
Cain and the other brought the enlarged
article to my home, v i
lie earn Into tha tiouse and lnalated
- en exiha into the parlor, thouch I told
mm a waa in a nurry vo wo nouaa.
Ha refused to leave tha enlarged picture
; ao that ray husband eould aea It, and
j T ,. - mmami1 A a
he atartad to so I aaked for my own
picture, and ha would not give It to ma,
- aaked him to leave tha enlarged ploture
iiaa'a guarantee" of the return of the
photograph, .. -
i XIV muf a, uivw tvr u uwi, nu
X locked it Ha raised the ploture aa
If to break tha glaaa. Then I went to
' tha rear . door, to lock that, ' but . he
Tabbed., me by tha wrtata. X began
; aereamlng and ha releaaea me. I ran
a yt lAlriwI th AnAp t mm 'tha fklltalda.
aad -gat the-aontraclor to watch 'the
.- hMH. fifl T talanhnnaA fov tha nAllna.
Tha ma enraaat awfullv. and I came
', near fainting two or three times, but
k.ti hlM 11 .(ahf HfiMl tha vftAllna Ml
.' , ii i i mi "ma aiaiiau ,. ' i
SIX OTHERS ARE
nnm imi rwn nniniT
- I.KUUUI1I I1IU LUUKl
V. r. Lora, nenry rvioiarum ana
rVk ! ai lftr.
. VMKIS niraw ' at niwi- . i
noon Setslon. , '
'A v . sMammuui'' MaalAn' iit lA"ti.
peared for arraignment. - Chaxlea V.
Jjord, who waa indicted OH" the charge
' of obstructing justice, had filed hla plea
ome luni u tnu na v&Lfrvaaeu uia vv
!'iMtlAii tr Kjilnr- hmiivht Intn . fArt
. again and being "annoyed .by the gen
tleman from 'California." Lord wished
to have hla caaa aet for early trial, but
'Judge Bellinger stated that the data of
. . ..ii i . l Tr.n.A
District Attorney Heney. i
1 Henry Mel drum, former aurreyor-
general of Oregon, appeared for ar-
' ralgnment and' waa granted until next
rMonday to pined. -A similar order waa
made aa to Frank K. Klncart. Stephen
,w. vorneiU'Vavia junnaira ana aupp,
The argument waa then reeumed upon
-tha issues raised by Senator Mitchell"!
t plea, in abatement. Mr. Heney made an
. exhaustive - presentation of euthorttiee
'In support of hla contention that the
grand Jury waa - legally organised and
'that tta acta wera valid. " .
THREE MEN ARE LOST
V ' TO THEIR FRIENDS
Tha police were -asked laat night by
, Itrm. James Fleming of Forest Grove
. to look for her husband, who ha been
t missing alnoa March JI. when ha cam
. to Portland to seek work. She fears ha
' may have met foul play. . Tha missing
'. man la Ave feet nine Inches in height,
welgha ltl pounds and has gray hair.- -
f Frank MUler, painter, who lived at
, the . International ,hotel, . disappeared
' April 4. H. B. Young of the Mew Grand
Central hotel has aaked the polica to
. And Miller, ' He broke, hla arm a few
days prior to hla disappearance and waa
:ln a very despondent mood. -' Tha theory
Is held that ha may have ended hla life.
Peter Bnghart has been missing from
tha home for the aged, at Suonyside,
. since April 14. m la slightly deaf.
CAR IS DERAILED ON
'' (Spsdai Olrpateh to Tse JaaraaLI '' '
Ban Francisco, -April 17. According
to advlcoa In local Southern Pacific of-
- flees, tha car next to the laat oar of the
"passenger train from the north waa de-
- trailed near Ruff on tha San Joaquin dl
; vision last night No one waa hurt
Tha track waa cleared In an hour."
MOTHER OF THE LATE
MRS. CHARLES FAIR DIES
(Jenraal IptcUl Serrlee.)
. Platnfleld, N. 3H April IT. Mra. Han
'nah Nelson, tha mother of tha lata Mra.
Charlea Fair, wife of the San Francisco
millionaire, died at har home in New
market today, . V,
bmfloyb unni ortT.
-, The attention of the police has been
' called to Charlea Barrett, an alleged
' bunko man, aald to be plying hla illegal
- vw-Himimn in una cti, Dirnn iwyi w-
' aenta that ho ta hiring men to work on
( me inaiae inn at tna isir grounns. ana
borrows money nn the promise of giving
them employment Frank Lehnert, who
made -complaint aare hi M $J27
through. LurrtU at tda ; P.helnpfalti
Trembling in every limb, a young
fellow who haa atrved a term In the
city prison and knowa Police Captain
Bailey well, atood in "Billy - Cody'a
saloon, at Birth and Stark atreeta, at t
o'clock hla morning and recognised the
officer there. He knew well what tha
presence of Captain Bailey meant, and
feared arrest; realizing that he waa
under the watchful eye of the captain,
ha dared not give. tha alarm. . :
"What a the matter with you, ktdr
queried the barkeeper, aa ha caught
eight of tha lad'a pa'a face and trem
bling handa, "have you got the palay
or tha agueT -
"On, I'm all right," answered tha boy
with a. sickly a mile, -eying Captain
Bailey apprenaivaly. - ,
At this Juncture one of the men
atandlng before the bar. with glaaa half
emptied, happened to- turn round.' He
knew the captain; in pome manner be
managed to '"tip off to tha drlnkara
that an officer waa present Inatantly
tha room waa deserted, the occupants
bolting through a rear door and out
onto tha atreet - Tha frightened - boy
also made hla escape. - ,, '.
Captain Bailey found tha . rear door
Of the aaloon open at t o'clock thla
morning and walked In, with tha result
stated. It la aald that a report of what
happened haa been given Chief of Police
Hunt No action haa yat been taken
by tha chief... .-.v-'-'v v , : .c'v;
DROPS NAPKIN AND
PICKS UP $1,735
Careless Stranger at Restaurant
-;; Played Him a Neat Trick,
J, W. Landom Thinks. ;
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J. tv. Landom of North Yakima re-i
ported to tha police thla afternoon that
ha had been robbed of tl.Tti in res
taurant in tha north end a, time de
posit check for f 1,740, which oould- be
readily cashed in the handa of a smooth
erook. .' ' . r- - "
. Landom Bay a he got off the train at
tha Union depot and started up- town.
He-atopped at the first restaurant he
came to to get a lunch. - He had bean
aeated only minute or two whan a
well-dressed stranger took a aeat next
to him at tha table." The new comer
dropped a napkin and. In reaching for it
brushed hla ahouldor against tha vlo-tlm,-for
which ha apologised, and aooa
after made hla departure.,.-
. When Landom got up to pay hla bill,
ha says, ha hadn't a nickel left . Hla
purse, containing lit in gold and allver,
and the check wera both missing. The
check was In a vest; pocket and tha and
of 4t had a vldenUy-protruded andr had
been notloed'bytha atraager. .:;;. -.
COUNSEL URGED TO v
SETTLE IT OUTSIDE
- "Counsel would better go out In the
hallway and aettle their dlfferoncea,
and then return to try the ease with
out personalities," aald Judge Sears this
morning, aa the case . Paralra against
tha Star Band company waa on neanng.
"The court will take a vacation of 14
mtnutea te allow xounsel to attend to
the matter."' -. - . ' "
Counael . did not accept the Judge'
offer, but eeaaed what bad In tha oourt a
opinion been exhibition of personal feel
ing. .... . ' -.
Ferelra la suing the sand company for
$10.04 damagea for tha loaa of hla right
eye In an accident Henry K. McGinn
apneark- for the - plaintiff, and Pazton,
Beach A Simon for tha defendant, Mr.
Paxton aaked a question, , Mr. McGinn
remarked on Its pertinency, and the law
yers soon engaged In an altercation that
broyught from tha oourt the offer of a
receaa during which they might resort
to a duel to decide the issue. Tha caaa
will be continued.
In the $10,400 damage caaa of Helen
Wall agalnat Dra. Alva D. and Ralph
Walker. Dr. Alva Walker having -been
eliminated by voluntary rion-euit of the
plaintiff. Will probably be ended to
night although it may continue until
tomorrow. Dra. George Wilson, 'J. C
K. King and Fred Gillette were on the
witneaa stand today, -"-ryvvv,
HERO'S ACTION MAY .
RESULT IN HIS DEATH
'X egaapafeBaaaaaiaaaaamaf "; -"-
Francla Hanson, on East Morrlaon
atreet between ' Grand and Union ave
nues, at noon today, aaw a team of the
Portland Sawduat company' horses
start to runaway. Ha caught the reins
and made heroic efforts to atop the ani
mals, and received , injuries that . may
cause his death. "
Tha hones were attached to a heavy
wngon and took fright from a paaalng
car. They were under considerable
headway when Hanson reached their
heada and secured a hold. , He clung to
them and waa thrown down and dragged
soma distance. His collar-bone waa dis
located and ha received Internal Injuries.
MINISTER SAID TO V , ' V
.OVERWORK HIS HORSE
' Complaints Ira, neighbors, who socusa
tha Rev. Mr. Stevens of Woodlawn of
cruelty to animala. are being Investi
gated this afternoon by Detective pee
ing. . .
The preacher, has a small farm near
Woodlawn. He is accused of working
an old horse all day long in plowing
and then driving it until lata at night
attached to a milk wagon. V ,
v It Is asserted that when neighbors
protested agalnat this they wero Id
formed by tha preacher that they ahould
better JJnlnd their own buslnesa" w
MURDERS HIS BROTHER
IN A FIT OF RAGE
Stockton. Cat.. April IT. In a fit of
rage William Mohr ahot and killed hla
brother, Oeorge Mohr, at the Mohr ware
house, four miles south of Bethany thl
morning. Tha - murderer thea . locked
himself In hla room and whlla tha coo-
atable -Waited outalde for the arrival of
the sheriffs, posse from Stockton, sui
cided by blowing out his brains., -
. - ' CABS BOT WOT TO BtaaTS. 1
Little Johnny Carr, charged with dis
orderly conduct wsa dlaoharged from
custody and exonerated thla morning by
Police Judge Hogue, ' With .Frankle
Wlllo ha waa accused of fighting aa
tha aftermath of a quarrel over a bi
cycle. 'The Willoa boy's caaa was con
tinued to, April SI, snd it is likely that
ha' will be given Into the care of the
poya and Girls' Aid aoclety. It waa
shown that the latter refuaed to return
the Car boy's wheel, because the tire of
his own had been punctured. . ..
Ex-rtsycr's 7.t;;nc, Ar.noyln;
, to lils -Czralnz Friends,
"Due to Reread Ostl.
AIDia i:J FICHT FCn
CCNTHCL OF riOrXTHSRW
Knowledge of Conditions Out
Here of Great Assistance to
- Milwaukee Officials.
' The abaenca of Henry 0. Rowa from
Portland during a persistent mayoralty
boom coupled with hla name haa fretted
hla friends exceedingly, but Mr Rowe'a
whereabouts during the laat two weeka
haa mora Interesting significance in con
nection with the reported purchase of
Northern paclflo control by the finan
cial Intereata that are behind tna cni
cago, Milwaukee dt St. Paul railroad.
- About two weeks ago Mr. Bowo was
called 'to Chicago, where he haa been in
dally conference with tha officials of the
Milwaukee road. Ha left that city today
for Portland, and will arrive Thursday
morning, ..... What ha may have to tell
concerning the railroad situation would
If ha could prudently tell It all be
much more Interesting to the ,Paclflo
northwest than anything tha local po
litical camps can give In the line of
news stories. , '
The Sunday Journal's, report from
New Tork. of deals in railroad stocks
by which tha Milwaukee takea over the
Northern Pacific railroad. Is not ths
first statement that haa appeared in thla
paper giving substantial color to auch
a transaction. Soon after ths Northern
Securities final settlement waa an
nounced It waa reported from a 'reliable
aouroo in New Tork that control of ths
Northern Paclflo waa to be shifted, aa
part of the compromise, to soma rail
road interest that was neug-ai in me
Hlll-Harrlman fight Tha Milwaukee
was named as tha logical heir of North
ern Pacifier control, as Its determination
to build to the Pacific coast waa ao
longer concealed, and it was evident
that with a direct , route through the
Cascade mountains to Portland auch a
line would become a tremendoua com
petitor of the -. Norttiern- raclfio for
transcontinental freight ana passenger
business that is now nauied by a elr
ouitous-aad steep routs far northward,
around Lake Pend d'OreUle, to Portland.
. The Milwaukee's . recently announced
extension westward 100 milee i from
Chamberlain, and the fast that It has
completed preliminary surveys for a Una
through Lolo pass to the Snake river,
have confirmed tha re porta of Its de
termination to reach the coast as
ouicklr aa tha Una can be constructed.
For weeks local railroad .men have been
exDoctlnr the announcement that work
had commenced at tha Portland end of
tha line-Xt-ie) knewir that the-com parry
has secured terminal- property at Ta
coma, and there is a generally credited
rumor that it haa acquired tha-Tacoma
Baetern. which it. could with entire
eonvenlenoe uae in the building of a line
from ths Columbia river to the sound.
Mr. Rows has-been intimately con
nected with the plana of the Milwau
kee's officials for yeara. and haa fre
quently been called in consultation with
the president of ths rood on matters
affecting the Pacific northwest rallroadJ
situation. ; He made a careful examine
tion of the property prior, to purchase'
of terminal grounds at Tacoma last fall.
CITY WILL PAY FOR -
Women Appear Before Council
Committee and Ask for
oThelr . Appointment. ;
"A delegation of women from ths school
of domestic sclencs of the T. w. C. A.
came before the health and polica com
mlttee of the city council thla afternoon
and urged ths appointment of a meat
Inspector, or two depuUea whose duties
It will be to Inspect tho alaughterhouaea
and meat and butter-markets of thla city.
Ths committee - will recommend aa
ordinance to ths council providing for
the appointment of tho officers and their
salaries. The saury or tna inspector wui
be tut per month, while, that of hla as
sistants has been fixed at tffi. Ths ordi
nance wilt give the Inspectors the power
to Inspect all meat which Is sold In the
city, and a fee of cents for sac,h beef
and 10 cents for each sheep, goat, calf
or hog will be charged for thla If the
meat la found unfit for use tha officers
will have the power to condemn and de
stroy It"" " -" ' '': . '
Ths three federal meat inspectors lo
cated In thla city have Informed the
members of ths committee that they will
aid : ths city Inspectors.
HOTEL RUNNERS ANNOY-
: ARRIVALS AT DEPOT
ainna Pa tsolman t Welch was taken
off ths t'nlon depot best by Chief of
Polios Hunt ths reason entertained for
his action being that Welch was too
diligent In making arreats for vlolatfone
of the- ordinance requiring saloons to
close at 1 o'clock In the morning "run
ners" for lodging houses and certain
-i v.t.i h,n Aall been vlolatlna
the law. Complaint was msde at police
headquarters -tbls morning by Jacob
Bollman and i-eter eiiapoiia, wnw
tbelr vaUaea. '
- Ths two mO asserted that a runner"
for the 1 J'nrf'"TtA r'srrlarire ft Express
rnXxKmA thalr Vrlna and held
in .ii j a 1 M M - - '
them, refusing the return ths property
unless given $4. He finally lowered- the
figure to fl. maieaa o pajina
.w . mM mtmvtt irk ' rmllfta haa.d-
ouarters and entered complaint An of
ficer was sent to recover i
:" 'mSTZTAXt AT S0SJIIS11 "
Interest In ths revival services st the
Sunnyslds Methodist church Is Increas
ing. The meetings wll be held every
evening hls week, Thursday afternoon
thers will be a meeting for old people,
and on Friday afternoon one . for
mothers.' Ths young people will ss
aembls for services Saturday afternoon.
Boat Borrow Sroabla. -, .
It Is a bad habit to borrow anything,
but tha worst thing you can poaalbly
borrow - Is trouble. When sick. sore,
heavy, weary and worn out by the pal "4
and poieona of dyspepsia, - biliousness.
Prtght a disease, end altnllar internal
disorders, don't alt down and brood
over yoar aymptoma but ny for relief
to Electrlo Blttera. Here you will find
aura and permanent, forgetfulnesa of
aa your troubles, and your body will not
be burdened by a load of debt disease.
At Red Croee Pharmacy Sixth and Oak
atreeta. on the way to ths postofflca
Pries tOc . Guaranteed. ; . '
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LASirrr SALErr.cc:.i 1
FOR EASTER "r
Think of getting Wool Suits of all the new spring styles. In Casslmeres, Cheviots snd Blu ' ; (
Serges, at these remarkably low prices sny one of them you'd naturally expect to pay x;
St least IC.OO for. The showing Includes Buster Browns, Double-Breasted. Norfolk and ,'
,, , Sailor Modelsgood., strongly made suits, and will war like iron. , . ''.J..
TOXJTHS' LONO PANTS SUITS.". . , . . ...... , . . .4.35 95.35 f 6.35 AJT 97.SO .
NEW ARIVAtS OF BOTS' WASH'4IUITSV....i,vU..'.if 504 0 fS.OO .';
Qothing House in the Northwest
VCOLCH MILL MEM
5 ' "' i,' '
Portland Stockholders Look Over
; v Ground No Decision As y :
"v to Rebuilding. '
- .; :'...V' ' 1 " . 1 J' " ''':'-:--'Ci
MACHINtRX IS ORDERED' -
- PLACED IN WAREHOUSE
Saloons Said to Be Violating
t j Closing Law and ProsAcu
ition May Be Commenced.
iL-U. apadal Dispatch to Tba learaaL) ,
v Albany. Or April County Jodgs
Thomas F. Byan of . Oregon City, a
stockholder In tho Bannockburn Manu
facturing company, owner of the woolen
mills recently burned In this city, spent
yesterday In Albany - with I President
Charlea Coopey and Secretary H. M,
rirant n tha ortmniny both of Portland.
Thalr mission waa to look into the condi
tion of tho property hersand formulate
a report to tno oosra oi aireciora to o
submitted at a meeting to be held In
Portland. They ordered thatNa.il tha ma
chinery and other property that had been
saved from ths firs be placed In a ware
house where It would be protected from
the element ana bo Kept .in gooa conuii
tiona so, it could be .used In caaa thl
company decides, to rebuild. ; .
Judge Ryan stated- that-ths directors
had not as yet decided as to their fu
ture courss, but he favored rebuilding
the mill and resuming operations.- He
would favor rebuilding here provided
enough, capital here eould bo enlisted to
rebuild ths brick building, which hs
thought eould be done for about 110.000.
. Albany is a closed town and during
tha laat year the saloons havs been com
pelled to keep close from midnight to
t o'clock a. m, and on Sundays. Re
cently thers havs been whispers of vi
olations of tho law os Sunday and yea
terday afternoon two of ths saloons
were entered through the rear doors by
Night-Officer James Cantwell and were
rsportsd to bo open.
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"Itching hemorrhoids were ths plague
of my Ufa Waa almost wild. Doan'a
Ointment cured me quickly and perma
nently, after doctors had failed." C F.
Cornwall. Valley atreet Saugertleo, N.
T..' '- -
Extracted and filled absolutely without
pain by our lata eclentiflo method, pat
ented and uaed by us only. , Free exam
ination. ' f; r-.iV , ' .. , iV -;",': . ' ,
aTBBTOTTS nom and those who
dread having tbelr teeth extracted are
Invited to -call at our office, where we
will demonstrate to their entire satis
faction our claim for painless extract-
STLVER FILLINGS ' -50
GOLD FIIXINOS.....T5 and fl.OO
II AND 110 OOU ' - '
CROWNS, ....... .S3.00 snd f S.OO
rOLJU SByTEBTH ..... .... ... S.OO
Boston Painless Dentists
ttli, SOXBZSOsT ST.
Opp. Kales Fraak and Old VostoflUs.
Houra 1:10 a m. to p. m. Sunday,
1:10 a. m. to $11:10 p. m.
To be aura you are In the right Place
come In and . get bottle of pr. E. I
Graves' tooth powder, free.
Suffering-from Sidney, Stoav
aeh or Bladao Tronkla, sail -1
at our office and we will posl
; tlvely euro , you . FREE OF
CHARGE., v .
Ocneva Llthia Mineral "
" .".'Water Ce. . ;
II FIRST STREET.
For modern dental work. . World-re
nowaed apeciallata. .
Lowest prioea consistent with flrst-clsss
i--. work. : -
-J4Jt-l:J1 Oo to tho -" ;
NEW YdRK DENTISTS
" nmn ajtd KomaxsotT srs.
' Open day and night, from 1:10 a. m.
- until 10 sv m. ". f ,
JOURNAL. WAN I AU9 :
- . BRING QUlbK RESULTS
SPECIAL SALE OF
285-287 WAStllNGtON STREET .V
Here is a grand opportunity to secure that new Suit for Easter ,
at a price within the bounds of reason. " . . :. ; '
r I have just received a large consignment of Black Suits 375 .
., in number from the Associated Tailors of Chicago, which is a '
, clearing house for all the large pastern tailors. The shipment
has been opened and the goods are now ready for your inspec- ;
tion. The suits are all tailor made, representing the cream of a ' ,
r magnificent line of uncalled-for Spring Clothing. The garments
bear the labels of such Eastern household names as "The Dixie," '
High Art McCarty, M. Bourne ft Sons, A. B. Kirshbaum, The ;
Sterling, Continental, International, Tueffmenn, Ed. Rose & Co., ::
V and many other names of prominent Eastern tailors. " . :; '
' The Suits come in single and double breasted, frocks, cuuways
and Prince Alberts. They are made up from the finest quality
' broadcloths, Thibets, unfinished and finished worsteds and tri
cots and many other fabrics selected by the swell dressers by
' whom they were ordered, but. who failed to call for them after
the first cost deposit had been paid. The linings of these suits
V are of the very finest imported Venitians and7 Skinner guaran-
-.teed silks and satins. . " ' -rv-.. -W-. Ary- 1
They were made to sell for from '$25 to $50,. but I have
, bought them at a figure at, which I can. offer them to you your
choice for , :
There'll be no excuse for you looking shabby on Easter Sunday.
We will give this sale such publicityyevery one In town win know
that every man can look tailor-fittw on this day cf firhbn dis
play Easter. 375 Suits that's the nunrAtr cense tzzj rr. J ft
your choice ot tne lot. . - ' - '