. . . '... ' . v , .... .: circulation c? n:3 - r - ;1 . r -X . . .- . ev-'as " ' v..,,.;,' ; . V Tht We ver Fair; orthrlr wind. JOURNAL YC3TCR3AY J , ... VOL. II. NO. 6. IT ' 9: if ( Czer Tcrrifted at Finding J J)yn:dtcrs -iniJlis OwnincasehoIiS : i FCEETS MAY CLASHv !rv; .v-.IN FORMOSA STRAITS Wirtiaas Mastage Received in ?.; Miutfla Indicating Approaching . ' Battle Horror off War- taw-. Prisons Revealed. .'.V . ' (Sptetel Plapatch krLMH Win to tlw Jooratl) - . St. PaUratntrs,' April IS. A plot to : kill Cfc esar and his klnamen hu ben aUcorrd amoBf Um troop "of th ln ., perlftl gtukxi. - MAnr omears f In- - olrt th Tttr mn vkoto tb import! ' runlly 4epnda upon (or personal Mfatr. - Oornior Oanaral Trapoffa aaerat aenta . nnaarthad Uka plot and . aaaart , that aavaral of tba conaplrawrs of nobla : ; Mrth.wara la poasaaaloa of torn 4uan tit tea of dynamlU. Th dlaoovary .tu annarraa tna esmr at Taarkoa Brio. wbo. It a aaJd. oonsUntly exolalme, "Whom Can I TniatT" , ' Th oonaplrmtora, "bound by oathi .r- i mam sUnt avan undar dlr tbraata and . wraa Borla Vaaaltcbow baa bea ana. Ma to foroa a aln-la aoldief to.oosfeaa Ja partloipattoa la th plot - -. .SlirORTURED'TO PEATH. ' Olrt f BaVaataaa BlM IUmM of BarJ '4 " 1 araaa tm mhi. . V . ' SbmUI Dtopatcfe i;LMd Wtr to TbaVoaraal) Warsaw. April -Russian official Vdoro'a latast victim la a girl of 17, An sel Zochowsky. who has Just died as tn raauJt f briru trMUMnl i . - ... ..... " 1.4, .... , -Z 11 irilnrtra rr6uf lo M In a Warsaw prison.-H-wtH c reeauad that dimna-tha rocantt-lot In Warsaw many or th school children struck., th only means' thejr ' had of . sbowlae; how passionately - they aided with their parents In their' atrunlea against th oppressor.".. i With ' this JorenUe protest.: Anfela Zocbowaky, . who was . a pupH of th . second ryranaalum, as It Is called, was - associated. - Bh was promptly ar rested and placed In Solitary confine ment. . after whlohtha , police ' officials set to work to terrify her Into-telling who were the ringleaders of th "stria. " . As.. Angel steadfastly refused, they ' kept Jier short of food and water, and when, after a course of this treatment, he still held out, shs was baatan sev eral times a day. Her health rave way under this brutal handling, and now sbe )s desd. but she breathed her last with out telling her murderers what they wanted to know. '-r . . ' Warsaw, already on th point t re- ' -volt against Russian rule., baa been In flamed almost to madness bjr the fat . of this urtfortunate child.-; To add to th horror of th story, , 1 other girls of the nam school are still In prison and , MAY CALL AT MANILA. V,-: r ... - (Special DtopatHl Um4 Wirt to T1i Joarsal) . Manila. April M. Narlto Oarro. the Japanese consul birti hu received a telegram that Admlralv Togo's squadron will assemble' south of Formosa. . He has also reoeived a cablegram addressed to Vice-Admiral Kamlmura. . It la In- ferrsd from . this ' that Vloe-Admlral . Kamlmura Is about to make a call at this port ' ', t The i telegrams. , following th lm- peratlva Instruction recently forward - d to Admiral Togo from Takld, follow ing an extraordinary session Qf the elder statesman of Japan that had been Stalled to prepare at one for action," ar construed to mean tnat- th crest sea 1 fight la at band, and that It will take place either In th open China sea ' in that stretch of water lying between Hal- , nan and rormoe. Jslandaw.or .whenTogol Dr n passag oi me xtussisn xieei through the Formosa strait ox Basnee channeL ' The BtralUi of Formosa, and Baahe channel form th - two - north eastern exits from th China sea. Th straits 41s between th island of For mosa and the Chinese mainland. ' while th channel lies between Formosa and th northern extremity of th Island of Liaaon. THE J EACH NOW PAST" .THREE SCORE AND TEN 8pttof Daixtoh by Lessid Wtre to TheJoorMM " Kew' Tork, April S. -United Ststes Aenstoe , Ipew was f 1 years old today. . nraa," said the genial senator today, when ha waa congratulated - on having passed the scriptural thre score ' " and ten, "y. ehakespeare, Bi. Oeorge and I were bora en the sameday. . -'.' MBhaksnare and ML Oenrra -T desd but t am still alive . very much alive.1 f d 6 - . t til. GAS I mm .1 i '- ,-h.i. -:.. Steel King's Efforts to Corner Wheat Result In Big Faflurc... wall! street clique m. LOSES MANY MILLIONS No Wilder Day Than Yesterday i Ever: Seen Upon the , Chi cago stocK txghang L Armour Again Victor. V , V v. .v.. (pedal Dkpatch hyUaatd Wire to Th Josrsa!) . Chicago. . . April M."Joe" loiter kiockad the mortgages oft the Kansas farma.- .-tv.n'Vr' 'V:."" John w. Gates baa furnished tf- far mers of Kansas ahd the nbrthwesr with automobiles.'-; Burning with an ambition to be known as .the "wheat king" John W. Oates. led aa army of Wall street steel - millionaires in a aiay wneat deal agalnslr th Strongly entrenched Armour Interests. .. Testerday. dashed in spirits. lamed . In purse, :. the steel ranks withdrew,, having lost a ooot million. No wilder day waa ever seen In the Chicago wheat pit.- even in th sense t tonal campaign of "Joe" Leltor. when ,eo, was. dropped, into the same pocksta W -which,' Uatea andhis -alUes nave contributed, than today, rrom an Sneasy -perci ' at L1, ; Friday's' closing prioe, stay woe oroppea iik leaa, wiia-omy one Dreaming spaoe. sank: 111, can ta restlocr finally at,Stt oenta.- ,.,!.;,.' k - .1... i- Frantic, perspiring, brokers, putting In hours of actual physicals labor trying to dispose .or lots oCwheet which they had orders to get rid of at any ha sard, ghouts could be beard . a block. Th aulet asphalt oavements , of Jackson boulevard echoed with the bellowing of Oatea. old " brokars sayr-could -av begun ' lkluHlatlng when the ' top -price of I1J1 H waa reached and would have lost little or nothing, but h wanted to fight, and yesterday Armour, .valentine and' others accommodated him. . lie held Una of 121,000,000 bushels of May wheat. With kiln' steal rlloua he .had acquired 70.000.000 bushels la bla effort to corner th market, distributed aa fol lows: . - .' ".. Chicago, Si.000.000 bushels: New Torn, I0.000.000 bushels; Minneapolis, le.000.- 0O0 bushels; Duluth, 10,000.000 bushels; Bt. Iouls 10.000,000 bushels; total, 70,. 000,000 bushels. . '- t;. ,: j. ; ' Som of this wheat was bought by Gates' crowd as high as 11.11 ; som at lower aurea -r-'. ,.T Yesterday 1.000.000 bushels of It went at prices ranging down as low as tSH centa If the average loss be flgurd at 10 cents a bushel, the street ellqu lost 17.000.000 on . th , entire deal. If th more likely figure of It cents be uaad their losses, run- up to f 10.t00.000. , . From the ris In price., farmers prof ited to the extent of 10 cents each, on 16,000,008 bushels of Msy wheat, or $5,000,000. The bears took the rest of the plunder, - Consumers of flour paid part of th loss, but consumption ,,of flour. sine the May wheat deal began sunk to th lowest per capita figure of recent year. It. Is said, and that Indi cates that th ."plain people" shall sim ply eat something; else for a time. Corn won patrons whom -ft will never lose, it is said, during th flour scarcity..;" .'fcRASH AT;8TLpUIS; Bufl' Cwxlagwi 'trttarty SmM ud v-'.' Bpeaees Saffan avUy; "': (Spedal OUpatrh by Leave Wire to Tse Josraal) ; St. Louis,., April 11. ThousuJ much strongea than in Chicago;, the May wheat option- .wee - under - selling pressure In Ik.' St I-TiT,!., m-.lr 4 lnjar'.it I. close of the day's session It was - geni. orally believed tr th traders that the bull contingent ,whih Waa Ball lO.luvve been under the leadership of Corwin H. Bpencer.' had suffered heavy 'losses. " At one time the May option was six cents-' a bushel ' below the closing at the prevlou session., but a portion of this loss- was-neutralised In the" last hoar- and th net . loss for1 th day wal 4 He a bushel, ths - closing ' price being tin bid. It was a natter of current fttsslp oa.'chansa thaC Spencer's position tn this market waa about, th same as.Oetea tn- the Cbloago. About the clone of the first session, Mr. flpesrer said: - 1 have not made a trade in-the Chicago wheat market for four months. Neither have I been in any way affected by th decline In this martrtt,"':' ':'."' -y ;t.-': ' v ROOSEVELT CHILDREN '0. TO; ROLL EASTER, EGGS IMepsteh ay Leaerf Wire to The Jearaal) 'Washington, prll 'll.-4Mrs. Rnose velt. Mls Alio RooeevelH Mine Kthl Rooeevelt. and perhapa - tb Roosevelt contingent from thft.home of Mra'W. N. -Cowlea, sister- of th president. -will be present st th Easter eg g-rolling on ine Whlt House rawn Kaalsr Monday. raiiw Ktner ana .Arcnis Archla Roasevalt, both I f i 1 -. ..... ....... ' ... ;. - . .... ... . , , POHTLAMD. OREGON. SUNDAY. if W m f v f I ,4 1 m ,:jffKv IS BURGLARS SECURE CEr,!$70RIii$l,OCO Mr. M. A. Wilson Lose Valua ble ' Jewels by an. Early,. " Evening Robbery. jr.' PORCH CLl.oCERS ARE - - CHARGED WITH CRIME Entire 7 House ' Ransacked and .Every Article of Value Is 'fi. Secured. ':.(f-Z- Forchcllmber entered th realdenca of Ifrs.- Margaret ' A- Wilson, 4S ' Taylor street.-test -night and looted th house, making-1 heir-escape" with plunder worth $1,000. Their booty consists of diamonds, sapphire and other - gems.: pasldss -a number of articles of Jewelry. ' The robbery occurred between : and 10 o'clock. ,: Mrs. Wilson, who' Is visiting In -Taeoma, left the house In ear, of her daughter, who attended th Butler concert,.- leaving - the bouse ' after f o'clock. A. C. Rae, who boards at Mr. Wilson's .house, . was on ths . east Ma end other occupants had toft shortly after o'clock. .- .-. '--. They' returned, soon after ' 10 ' o'clock and at One discovered- that ths bouse had been looted. . Entrance to th dwel ling was gained by raising a second -story window , opened on a porch, Th . bur glars reached the window r by climbing a i-ioot putar. -;. ' The contenu of .' drawers, .'. dressers. closets and other places where valuables are kept wr emptied oarafully upon' a dm in tna rront room, u ughta war turned on In all the room on th second floor, and when they departed th thieves left th lights burning. Police headquarter . was : notified Im mediately kfter. .th xll sco very of th robbery. . :.'.-; .-'.,. .; ISOLATING TENEMENTS V -TO PREVENT MENINGITIS (Speelal tMepateb by leased Wire to The Joaraal) New Tork. April 11. The most radi cal action yet taken by the health de partment to stamp out ths epidemic ox eerebro spinal meningitis resulted today in an order frony the tenement house commission to vaoat one building'. Th death for th week ending today at boon, numbered ' 104, which Is only It less than for th previous week. Dr. Darlington, believe that th disease la as contagious as scarlet fever and mea sles, ' - Y '.. :.,.. -.1. -:: .,' '.:.V"V,, : ;:,v::,, . - H Another "day eomea yPns?Ver .--er-gted peaks ':'fZ :;:V:;:,Tjv!' air, V , licT&5rr"flusJ "tfecT' TKtob'er Jnighrriii : tona of -praise-to-Thee, 'each note- 4 .; . V bespesks- 4--; .'.'-'v.- ,'. ''V','ft ',j.-'v'',':i'v-'.' -"-Inot'e of prtjr'r; --i V---.vt'.VV" '-' Tis Easter rnrii, and sweet the springtime breeie " TBrof. city ; streets by moonuln,, forest,' fuahtog v-With last faint wreath oi Ijlaes 'comes.' floerjnf .thro j..f ' ''-D'.:,.-:Vv, t'iWS'. :?''f , . ";;'' the trees;'' . ; T, , , i. 5 'V ;. . , ..' . AH .Nature, , with Thy Spirit, dear - Redeemer Is - .''.rvi'C"'''"' -.:.'..'' ''' :'''''-'.'"-; VJvV":.';; , sgleam '"''.'' ',' " ''''..:. The clover blossoms waken, and on ,;:While itlnyjeet. the. buttercups "I'.Y ': " abrimming..." ' .'V,' -The shsdows of the newrborn leaves, forever eh.nh red blood of ;th9 roses the lilies'frsgr.nt bresth -,'- - - - .:..'- ' - ' " "'. Proclaim throughout the Universe Thy victory oerv - ing.. pass..... 1 ,. ,. . .j x?:v.i.ii. , ;.; -.i.v--j - . --"', :'" -V--s 'P; : the- Cloudless: blue, .sni iwly rist,' UtJn X' most gloriously 'h Y'wsllows skimming v. . ,t. - hath; risen . 1 ...',':,,'. - ,. If. ' I I r - r-' ,w-- "T i-i-v.-: ..... i', ... .. . f .. nORNING, APRIL t KZSUZZZ S-CTIQNS FORTYPAGES. i ma? ' ..: i .... . -.v. .... ' z v . - ' - The three tnoat conspicuona l&nirc in the Naa Patterson tamtfa. ' The pfctare.on the left, is, that ofJMn, Caesar Yocnt, widow of tHe murdered oookmaxsr; on tne.ncnr, nan ratter sen, who is accused 6f bid murder, end blow tnat her slater. frs;'J: Mor-: fan Smith., who. whh her husband suc ceeded., in.eludin, tieofficeTs ;6f the law who4'were' gesxebiiis; for Jhem 'as witnesses - in the - case, until v a few weeHrBI?i KIAN BETTER FORMED : ' Mfi Any mi Canadian Physician Says That in snape and Symmetry Men Are f. Superior to Women. (Special tnspatoh by Leased Wire to The Joenwl) wssnington. April 12. Revolutionary In character) la th announcement of Dr. J. C McHugh, aa eminent physician of Montreal, now In . Washington. Ha says Th average mala, as to ahap and symmetry, 1 far and away th super lor of th average of th fair. x." ' Dt. 'McHugh, however,' comforts th rwomen 'of -this V country: by? admlttlnc that they are' becoming more beautiful in form, by approaching more ; closely th" main form.'. s t . . 1 ' . . :. ; r. 1 have noted . th 'physical'. davelop ment of "thai woman , of . every ; country in Europe and on th whole they 40 not measure ud to their North -American sister." said D"r. McHugh. V The ) superiority f .the ' American woman -la attributed to -better foodVAs tb cause of woman' Inferiority to man In -physique. Dr. 1 McHugh says it Is wholly the .fault of irrational dress and ... -'. .. ... H j ' ' How Can a human be lor whose' free dom of movement Is Impeded by skirts have as good legs ss one who can cllmo and. run and klckr. -v :a- ,1 j ","'. -' ' 'V ''' '"'-' IT . tl ..t;..".'?,T,; By Stell e M. IL i old .Hpofl's snow The church bells' the, tender grass Jwith snnshine ell --And we of earth' arise and prayDeath is'oo more a J ; . Vi''!"J; prison. , 1 ', . Tr'- :r.;.U ,V-.-,-V"'---''-'' "' if- AY AWn I1IIFJ QTAY FLEEING, CONVICTS -.- r );' .' i-kt i ii an aiiBB. BBWBB' n ' i i u 1 1 i ii u l ' m v : T;:a.)XSK0E SELO PALACE - - 1 'r- vsnous Bumaie' o tne prosiis 01 Desperate tjlOrt tO DreaiC rrOrrVUh ut printer aev placed the amount the ( County Jail Is Frus trated by Prisoners. :, .1., , ,., 1 ' THREATS TO SLAY SEND i ! VTHEM BACK TO CELLS C. . Baumer. and W. J. Murphy . Quail Before Seeley and vAntlrewsi'":i j" """' Held' bra fellow-prisoner, who threat ened to brain him with an ax if ha made further effort to ecpe.. W. L-Murphy was prevented from leaving th-oounty Jail at' T o'clock last night. ' ' a. 'moment-later Charles - Baumer. an. other Tvleoner. was sbou( to flea; but. rooking- into ths mussls of a pistol In th hands of Head Trusty Prank -Seeley, thought It wiser to return tb his cell and serve out his time until May. . ' Murphy waa th first of ths duo to make the attempt. He' broke, for- th kitchen, and -waa about- to burst open the screen door to the woodshed. Charles Andrews. 1 a prisoner , who was ,tov the kitchen drinking hi evening cup of tea, saw -Murphy -crash -against ; th screen door, with his .shoulder as- ar battarlng ram. ..Seising an ax, Andrews command ed Murphy, to stand. -'-Deputy Sheriff Downey cam In answer to -a call, and Murphy, waa returned to his cell. Apparently Murphy and Baumer had formed a joint plan of escape. . As ths former - waa. trying to make : his . exit. Bsumer dsshed across the oorrldor, but was ' detected . by Hesd Trusty Seeley, who-ran to the Jail of flea, took a platol from the desk drawer, and. rushing down ths corridor, covered Baumer and or dered him to bla cell.' Glowering -for a moment' at the boyish flrure-.-el Seelsy, and seeing cool determtnstlon to In force tb command with powder and 'ball, necessary. , Baomer turned.1 about slunk back to his cell. , J' '- : lf , BOTXSOsXeXS ' (Speetal Dtapateh by Ueaed Wire to The Journal) a Santa- Catallna,- CaL, April 11. Baron Rothschild ; of 'Vienna, son of Baron Rothschild, wss fishing With Harry Doss yesterday. . After having -caught a 17- pound y?low-tail.' there were no strike for-soma-time. - Does made th. remark that perhaps th fish- war taking a day off. It being Oood Friday. Baron Roth- schOd.' having lost track of tho day and date.: Immediately reeled In hla ' Una whan ha heard what day It waa, 'and or der bla boatman to bead for Aval on. "'-:'..-' i 1 'CX'M I: distant chimin- it-borne epoo the ' , State Printer's Annual Profits Are Estimated at $2O,C0O. HUGE SUMS TAKEN FROM : POCKETS OF TAXPAYERS State Pays Twice Over for Much , of Its Printing and Many , ' - Incidental Crafts - t Are Worked. Special Dispatch to Ike Joaraal) Balam. Or, April 21. It has lone been recognised by those acquainted with tb workings of th state legislature that th of tic of .stat printer was one of th most remunerative lit the gift of th people. Just what the net yearly earn ings of tble official amount to, howvr, it has been impossible to ascertain, ow ing to th complex nature of the work. Various sUmate of' the profits of at from 16.000 to UO.ooo yearly. A careful Investigation of ' ths methods and espouses ef th of flea, together with a list of the various appropriations for tbst work, show that .th stat printer must have a balance-of not less than $10,000 yearly, after paying all legiti mate expanse connected with that de partment. -vTt -' ' ' V -- - - ' - The off log of UU printer Is1 elect ive, and la provided for In article 11 of tb stat constitution as follows; ' .CTber shall be elected by th quali fied electors or the ' state, at th time and place of chooalng member of th legislative assembly, a . state printer, who shall hold his' off lo for a term of four years. He shall - perform all th publlo printing, of th stat, which will be provided by tow. ' Th rate to, be paid to hlmNfor such printing shall M fixed hy- law. ana a creased nor diminished during-the term for which h shall be elected. He shall glv such security for th performance of his duties as Ths legislative assembly msy provide.' Chapter 7 of the slat constitution de-1 fines the duties of th state printer. Section 'MIS, which declare th amount or remuneration h stat printer shall receive, is given below;- , Jaw Ttasa Cosapeasafaoa, The compensation of tho state print er shall be as follows: For compensa tion upon all bills of laws and printed In bill f onnr-aet cent per tbotrsand sms; for all other composition, ss cents per thousand sms; - for column or figure matter, two columns, IS cents extra; three columns, IS cents extra; Xour ejol umns. Si cents extra; for rule or figure work, U cants extra. . For presswork on . laws, Journals, reports, etc, per token of 140 sheets. IS pa gee to form. SS cents; but presswork shall not b count ed except on th basis of eight pagea to th signature, ana on loxen jor enca signs tarn and fractional part of signa ture. Presswork upon bills and resolu tions Jn tna nature of law shall be one toksn for bills of ons and two. pages; and two tokens for bills of thres and four pages, and shall be paid for at SO cents per token of 140 sheets." (U 1ITS. p. ST, sec- S; H. C sac I960.) . s v The price fixed in the above law ar certainly low enough, and at first glance would seem to make any graft on- the part of the 'State printer impossible without actual violation of th law. t For Instanc, the union rate of wages for compositors In the state printing of fice la S1.S0 a day of nine hours, or sUghtly less than 40 cent aa hour. . To set 1.000 ems of type by band la a fair hour's work for" on compositor. -rThus th profits of the sUts printer would seem., to all . outward appearance, to amount, to little, if anything, - on that branch of the work. -- .presswork at se or 6C cents a token would be. at a Josa on many orders of one or two tokens, although allowing a fair amount of profit on larger runs. " Where, ..tbasv do-ih. immense proms of tb atat printer's offic com lot' State Fays Twlc. la ths first place, th majority of thai mrlr which' soe thrOUBh th Btt printer's handa la printed twlc; for In stance, th laws sr each printed hi a najnnhle form, and afterward collect ed in on volume. . s ' ' Th state pays for tna xuu amount 01 oomposiuon In each case, while th type la knt stand Ins. so that almost the sn- tlre cTinTposJtlon-on- th seend an'-to pick up", by. th printer. Wh.n.v.. u 1 noMlble t6 do a t clause allowlna extra oompenaatlon for two, three or- four columns of mstter Is taken advantage of, and much work that would be as useful to the stat If set in rmiiiftin Is made to occupy two or more, without adding very materially' to tb actual coat of com position. Th calendars of the bouse and senate, which are prlated averf day during t-t legislative ' session, offer th bent Dortunltv for graft of this kind. -t sn axsmlnstlon of these dn-Tr.ei.ta 1 that th state printer la r. .y.cc of the fact These pnlen " rs t" ' " 1 ' ' column w' t ' ' Ith tv- time so 1 PRICE FIV3 CENTS. iFiitll fland Bending Every Ef 7fcft torSend NairPat- tersca: to Death. FEAR OF SUICIDE - - . PLAINLY MANIFESTED Double Guards Placed Upon Act : ress to Prevent Her Harm- - ing Herself During'a Fit of Despondency. " 'Z."m "Z:: - ' ..' -f Jaaaaaasoalacaa.)-' (Spedal Dtopatdt by Ueaed Wire to The Jeevesl - New Tork. April Jt While Nan Pat J terson sits brooding- tn her little Iron room fa tho Tomb, a. large, earnest young man with-a furrowed forehead and a ateel ' law, ' la busy with a Uslc which," to him and the 1rl is the bla - Th young ' man' nam la . WlUlaa Knd. Jr. . Ths Job on which h to bend- . . ing .his abundant energies la an ad dress he I to deliver' Monday before th Jury which la to say whether this girl of it shall liv or tie. Nan in her cell ,' know that It will be a good place of 1 Ik, t. - , , th earn author and aa quailed before both Of thasa. .-. . , : ....... v. ; , .. . , Band, too, knows, that It will be a noble arraignmellf 1 when It Is done. Lack- of self oonfldeoca is not among ' ins zauiegs or this masterful youn man. but neither la Indolence, and until -every detail of hi address seems to him good and sufficient, he wUl not aoai nia labors. . , . ., ' - Man's Bark Xomta. --'"'."T " The dark houra In the girl's trial wilt not be those that ar filled with hoatllu testimony or consumed with th exhi bition of 'grim 'reminders of Caesar " Young. th dead bookmaker. In her . other trial, nh ha. . Mniw1 . see rnlag torture .with snua-uff brow. But when Rand, as hard aa flint, keen aa a knife and olUleas as a tlser.- begins to tell th jury the story of h-, relation with Caesar Toung. to look for ' plea and plan and murder In her heart. no to toy-bara-mercilessly all th se cret places in her smirched 'book of llfo. then it la that aha become nervous and frightened, grows Mus about the lips and white to th sweeping- curve of th bang that hides her low, rounded for head. jt : . -'- - For thla prosecutor of -th hard .faoi , and penetrating eyes believes with all sealot, that she js gttllty of the murder Of Toung, land Nan Patterson knows that he believe it. Rand has chivalry and gallantry In plenty, but he leaves them In his office when he -slips oft his street coat and encompasses his burly shoulders ' in ths shiny offic jacketi that has become familiar In th court. '- ' ' - ' A Tw Fart Tragady.''' ..':' -He has undoubtedly pity and kind ness In his heart and all the other qual ities that go to make up a gentleman, but he regards them ss unnecessary, when th business In hand la the proee cutlon of a trial for murder. .. Thus fsr In the trial he has been suave end easy going. Monday morning h will b different. ' From the mo ment he rises to begin his speech, till he utters the last word, he will be all fire, "all -animation and aU on big. bounding. Intense demand that this cow- srlng girl with th soared, whit face .. b mad to answer to imrnktnd for th crime which mankind had imputed to hr. - So dominating la" Rand's -phrsonaltty In the courtroom that to ths spectator -th trial resolves Itself Into a two part tragedy, the characters being. Nan Pat terson and Rand.- The , silver-haired aad sliver-bearded recorder, looking more Ilk a-Raphael pa luting than- he Judge -of -arlmlnl -court; th stolid Juryman sitting In ' double row and looking Inexpresalbly weary; ' the ratund Levy, the testy' and" " Irritable,' -and th great crowd of on- lookera and witnesses melt away like a , mirage and leave only these two In th" foreground. , . 1 ' . ' A Sttrtia Xrrama. " '. '': And for owe who la content with a reaf stirring drama, they are enough. Neither la. ever out Of the other's mind. Kand, paalng t he. room aa he questions th wlt- (Contin,ued. on Pee Seven.) rit" orego.'j sTHAv;:zr.:.::c v t.!ake ti::!.i c::ur ec-o- , - - 4p R. T. Love, ef Mt Tak-r. b-ou ".t t this city yeeteri, .t 1 t Crton sirav ' -, , t louos, Thev ' f ii color end f'ev- ' r ised on te 1 tiie slnje cf ' , lorallty .and . taUas, wlil Jake rVWVWaWVw'l''''wV'''