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? vvm i c.:ly poor luck
Cayt Thit HuinVCrivtry Is
; Misi;rtct:J KurcpSn
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. ' (reial PluMtrh by Leased Wirt to TO Jovnitl)
-an , thocuco, Apru az. Richard j
Little, the ' war correspondent,-.,
forced out of Japan for 'displaying, the
( freedom which Ja characteristic ' of . the
American.. With two-' American army
, off icera . and threo foreign eorreepond
v.ent he waa captured by the 'Japanese
, at Mukden and taken to Toklo, where
an attempt waa made to pledge them to
Mcrecy aa to what they know of Jap
. . enese. fighting -forces. , Little refused
to do. so, but finally compromised -by
' promising to keep silent f of two weeks.
; ahd be waa assured that be would be
: permitted to go about a he pleased '
' - The , day after be had signed thla
' - fledge he 'received a communication,
. - trtun Uoyd. Qrlscom, the United States
; minister to Japan, statins; that it was
the' wish" of - the .Japanese authorities
. that be take the first steamer for .mer
v tea. .- It virtually. ordered him But of
. (he country, and when the liner Korea
. came, along:, he took passsge on her, ar-
. riving bore Thursday. . ..-.
rL.ttthj was--with" KuTopatktn'a army
1 since last ' July. He . first iolned the
Japanese, but they interfered -with the
. , Work of the correspondents to such an
extent that Tie want over to the oppos
ing army. - In speaking of the Russian
. army Little said: .-- , , . .-.- ,...
' "The Ruaalan soldiers are brave men,
' but then bravery la . misdirected. -. In
Kurouafkln they have a "wonderful
' , leader and the. outcome of his encounter
with the-Japanese would probably have
, been a different story, bad Kuropatkln
, not been hampered by the 'authorities
' fat St. Petersburg and the q viceroy at
f, "The Russians lost In the battlea
, around Mukden-mbost 11S,00 mes. Theli
-. line wks thought to be Impregnable,
,. but the Japanese found a weak spot
' between the eighth and ninth- corps
. ' March . The word was given out that
It would be J several days before a retreat-
would be considered, but' that
' ' night the .enemy made- such- advances
-that tne retreat was sounded. v' It was
" marvelous the wsy the 400.000 men Were
.taken out of the city by daylight the
nest day. .The retreat was orderly; and
- - the Russians took away their wounded.
:- ' . I. learned later that had ' the Russians
.'.been one hour later In evacuating Muk-
. ., , den they would have been out off from
escape by KurokL Thousands of-- tons
of ammunition and supplies, which were
Stored at .Mukden, were destroyed by
the Russians. - r i
. "With Colonel V. Harvard and Captain
W. V. Judson of th United Btatea army
;.- , 4nd i thre foreign correspondents we
- store taken Into custody by- the Japan--
cse and 4aken-,taToklo, -, There we were
nrougnr tewsr aepsrtment Officials and
asked to sign a paper . swearing away
- . - . our ireeoom or speech." I refused end
was requested to bind myself to other
- . promises, and finally came to the ' con
; elusion that they were trying to make
- out that I waa a spy. The Japanese
are wonderful fighters, but they cannot
be trusted." . v ,,v. :V.' ",.v
" Wtly Walter. vV'i'V "
' : 'Prom th Detroit Tribune. V
8lr Walter Raleigh apread his coat
flown .for Queen Elisabeth to walk upon,
v "It's the best we can do, most gra-
. afraid to put sp the awning and lay
the carpet,-for the crowd would have
thought it was a fashionable wedding
-and you- would have -been Injured la) the
- crush. " ' ' -i ... . t
pleased By his spltcltuds and marvel
ing much art his clever ruse, aha allowed
mm 10- kiss ner nana.
C..3v.a xnd Ctorms Ketp Party
1 H.'ia Around th Ccmp
' t Firti or Wan-V Drifts.' J
(Sgeelef WpitrS bj Leaaeg Wire te The Ji
. New Castle. Colo.. , April St. The
first week-of the .presidential hunt
ovea.' A week atao this, morning Presi
dent "Roosevelt arrived in New Castle.
Before night he was In- oamp, It" miles
from here, eagerly waiting for Monday,
that he might go out on his first hunt.
A 'monster black bear and one bobcat
are the trophies of the hunt, but this
was not because of s scarcity of game,
v Storms and rajn and snow, have ever-
wneimea me presiaenusi peny im m
week. Out of the several .days they
have been in camp, but three: have been
sutuble for hunting, i THe. four days
they have remained In camp, huddred in
the tents and cabins, waeklng warm in
from camp store and bemoaning their
luck. v.- - : i . -if, - '"- -Today
'.was the same as yesterday.
From early morning until lata In the
afternoon, the president and nia party
tracked the ; mountain sides vainly In
the tracK-OI-aiL immsnse grnmiyi
The day only differed Trom preoedTng
ones In Its aWenuousnesa. Berore aawn
the party was up this morning.- Jack
Fry had oreaxtast waiting ana oy i
bert and Mr. Stewart, accompanied by
Guides doff and Borah.. started far wast
divide . where - the. track , of , old "Club
Foot." an immense gnasiy, naa- oeen
locatea. . ; - .- - " -
' The rest of the hunters, remained In
the camp. Supplies were packed, tents
earns down horses were loaded and at
t o'clock the campers moved and. Camp
Roosevelt waa a thing of the past;
At noon they had reached the Heney
Bunn ranch on West Divide creek, it
la l miles from Mew Castle and about
10 miles from the old camp. - Permis
sion to use this land was secured from
Glenwood lend office, which has charge
of: the land, as it has reverted to the
government domain. :x '.'
The ' new camp was pitched in
couple of hours and when the presiden
tial party returned from the chase.
everything , was In readiness for them.
All day long the" party had trailed, the
tracks of the monster arrtaiiy.
He . had been located yesterdsy by
Henry" Bunn and Jack Gregory, r He-waa
"Old Club root." -. . -. i
The mark of a mangled 1 foot led in
the- snow showed that much. : Many are
the wonderful tales told of htm. "Old
Club .foot" la a landmark of the dis
trict, - For many - years he has been
here ahd for years hunters and trap
pers sesrohea fpr- him without result. ,
JS JOT DEMOCRATIC
(Speeiai Dispatch by Leased Wire te Tee Jeoraal
waanington, April si. vnanes A.
Towae, who has been elected to the
lth congress, from New York City,-af
ter serving from Minnesota as both sen'
a tor and congressman, dissents from
the view that President Roosevelt Is a
Democrat In the modern kens. '. it
"The. president, on the contrary. Is an
autocrat," he said today, "and the dan
ger Is that he will set a 'precedent for
the benefit of the dishonest. He may
do things that have no warrant of law
ror what ae regards aa the pubtio good.
but. his example may be urged by some
successor who Is animated by, leea wor
thy motives. .' My Idea of a Democrat
ihawta not tranacejullna tns
limits of T.heoonstltutlou ,ei using hie
own personality - In the debates of the
government. There are reasons why I
should It, bound to deny party fellow
ship with - Mr. Roosevelt, oven if ready
to admit that ha Is at the senlth of his
fame and that the plaudits of the nation
are n is.
f- ''. -- . el I :.t r: j. ) niekefeUsr at Lakrwdod, NV-lMir.
" "- The publlo has learned thalTlcui!
all kinds of rheu-tifm.
nalns. - weak '" au -aca.
chronic dleeeses tnat It
all kinds o
la a reluvato
nator of the human system that It af
And that It haa irot an aonal on earth
for any disease of man. We are treat
ing a great many patients now, snd
many are buying the Radiators for pri
vate use. This Is the proper thing to
do. Tbey will eure a whole family a
readily as a single individual. -,
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RIVER AftD FC2ESTJ
GIVE liMCEIIl DEAD
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Bodies -of Dr.-rRHPr Pau!irT"anl
.'C. K. Bogvtrand , Art r
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LONELY FISHER LAD "
, GETS FORMER ON UNE
Apparently no Doubt That Men
Committed Suicide While t
Temporarily Insane. V "
Beside 'a giant log and almost hidden
from view by. dense foliage,' the body
of C K. Bogstrand, of Whatcom, Wash
ington, was found " yesterday morning
deep In the forest and a bait mile north
Of Montavllla. ,v -
The body - had " been there , for three
weeks and was discovered by two boys
who wore looking for cows that had
strayea into me woosav-- -r
-Am a.mav.Al.1 - Rum " BV.'Kn.tanVa I
stood ob a log extending Into the Wll
lamette river, -near-Rlvervtew cemetery,
yesterday afternoon, ho baited hla hook
and oast, his lino, ftoou ha felt the line
grow taut and tugging at It he saw that
ho was drawing to him the body of
a. With a shriek of terror the child
dropped tho rod and llno-andr-ras) homo.
His father and neighbors removed from
tho river loo body of Dr. R.-F. Fanlia,
ISt Mohawk building, this city.. which
had been la the-water t or-dght Or sin
dayS. I: L . :-J
.Coroner' Finley pronounced ' both to
be suicides. Aa investigation .was made
as soon aa the bodies were discovered.
and the bodies were removed at once
to tho morgue. - Drr. Paulln---ts betSevei
to have suffered front, despondency.
No reason haa been asslgned'.for the
act. of Bogstrand. If he ended hla .own
life, snd no motive haa been discovered
for foul play.
V It was early yesterdsy .morning when
George Kmpkiha. TOO Smith treet.and
Ceorgo norao. vtt umltli street. Monta
vllla. atarted Into the forest la search
of a herd of cows. . The boys are if
and IT years of age, respectively. They
passed tho Sandy road, and half a mil
beyond entered a heavy clump of trees
and followed o sow path-through -dense
underbrush for several hundred yards
There was a huge log beside the path.
and Kmpkins climbed on It to peer
ouga. ma. joiiiga .lit gearca,
cowa. . v i
Her was about to step down on the
other side when he chanced to glance
beneath him. He drew back In terror
and pointed to something on the ground.
Finally -they mustered courage to look
behind .the log and there they saw tho
body of a man. . There was a ' gaping
wound beneath the chin.
.'. ; Kooary ta -thaf Banks.
Thoroughly - frightened the lads fled
down the path and out of the clump of
trees. When they reached home they
notified tho coroner's office, and Deputy
Coroner Baldwin was sent to Invest!
gate. . It was a lonely 'spot, aa Isolated
as could be found. Tho body was lying
full length beside the log. which partly
concealed i It. . The coroner aara death
occurred at least three weeks ago. News
papers in the man's pocket were dated
Bogstrand waa well dressed, and ap
parently 41 years of age, His throat
had been cot from ear to oar and near
the body, rusty but still bearing marks
of blood, waa found, a long-bladod knife.
Robbery was certainly not the motive.
it is argued, if murder was committed.
In his pockets were found a watch and
t2.lt in money." There were also two
bank books, showing a credit la his fa
vor of ovar 1100 In tho What com Sav
ings bank, and lit to his credit la
the Canadian Bank of commerce In this
The man has . no relatives, and Is un
known In this city, so far as the coro
ner has been able to ascertain. Officials
in the Washington town have been no
tified and they will notify the man's
relatives there If lie has any. ,
'.'A ttrewsoaao Xanl. :
It waa after , o'clock yesterday af
ternoon that the body of Dr. Paulin was
round in the Willamette. Oeorgs Schmle
decks Is t years of age. and la the son
of one of tho grave-diggers ,at River-
view cemetery. Ho lives near the river
and .frequently goes nshlng.. There Is a
houseboat moored to the bank" near his
home, from -which a raft, of logs pro
jects into the river., ...r -.
He selected the raft as bis dehlng
place, and - wee casting his line when
tho hook encountered the floating body.
The body drifted ' rapidly toward the
child when It was drawn by the lino and
responded readily to tho togging, -sit
Deputy Coroner A. I Finley had the
body "removed to tho morgue. Letter
were found Indicating that the man had
been despondent and It Is believed tbst
he walked far up the river snd plunged
Into the water. Death occurred sight
or nlno days sgO. ....
Dr. Paulin was st one time one of lbs
foremost physleisns of this city and alec
or Oakland, California. He waa a tm
tlvo -of-Swttsertsnd. and rowrrrad his
medical -degree- at -rthe University f
Vienna,, ror several years ha had a
Scoffed at' Cod, Would not Con-
tribute to Support . and 1 fl
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have are large and the qualities STANDARD, .
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PRIESTS C0rr1PLAIf Y i
tr AND HAVE HIM ARRESTED
Vagrancy Charged Against Chi-
se Who . Has Plenty
Money and .Works.
In the municipal court yesterday ap
peared Ah Ua, the wicked, tho scoffer
st religion, shunned of all devout celes
tials for . bis profanation of the Joes,
to answer to a chargs of vagrancy. The
charge emanated from the Joss-house
ror many months they have tried to
force Ah Lin to pay hla tithes towards
the maintenance of Joss. , Hs hsa per
sistently refused. Tbey ' Invoked . the
wrath of the wooden sod, and foretold
all sorts of evil for tbe hardened one,
but still hs Jeered snd snapped his fin
gers In the- face of the painted Image. .
He told them ho would not pay be
cause ha did not believe In the divinity
of the wooden thing, and gave no heed
to their oaths and prayers, and. curses.
They told him he would-repent his ac
tions and his words, for tbs god would
surely wreak Its vengeance for his 1ms
piety.""' i 1 -fV'-i s ,';
. xesterasy. toe wratn or ma goo took
material form and tho prosecution of
tho scoffer . began,' ; A police officer,
acting on the advice of a number of the
most prominent , residents of Second
street, arrested 'Ah Un for vagrancy.
Hs hss lived In the city for many years,
always following his alternate occupa-
tlona of wood-chopper and. loafer, with
out molestation. But yesterday, his ca
reer of out-spoken Infidelity ln ChIna-
town came suddenly to an end.
He talked loud and fiercely When
broucht before Judge Hoguo. ' He see
tloulated wildly, waving hie arm,-tear
ing his hair and beating his breast. He
would never pay ror the Keeping 01 the
Joes, he MMr sod-though be were tor
tured for. 10,00 years he would never
yield." - . -' 'j. -... -.f-.. ., .- . , 1 .
"I makes heao money, no gtvee 'tan.
hesald. -Ttlkeo-atr I-pteaser but rn?
pay. you oe yer -met
judge Hoguo oraerea smuiiix uoits to
remove him to a-celt and tne ra
agalnat. blm was continued nnttt Mon
day. A ... . V ' '' : '.'"","
trove ray for soma time, was settled to
day, when Judge Scott rendered a de
cision sustaining the will. - w
Thla was tha will of tho late A. B.
Buren., retlri business man of this
city, who died snout a year ago, ieav
tng the bulk of - his property to his
daughter Loda. The document was eon
tested by his son. Max O. Buren. a mer
chant of this city, on tho ground that his
father was at the time mentally tnoapa-
ble of making a will. '
A large number of witnesses were
called on both sides, but the testimony
was mostly on tho order .of expert tra-
Threo reountles- today eonfrfBtltorj
their means for tho support of the state.
Washington county paid In II Ml. U,
Clatsop 111,110. and Grant H.IIS tnak
ins- a total of Ill.lTl.2l.
James Wilson and John bison, each
eenvlcted of laroeay la aatore-by-Ahe
circuit court of Josephine county, and
sentenced to one year In the penitentiary;
were received at the prison today, unar
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SINGER ASKS, THAT
MARRIAGE BE ANNULEO
(SpMial Dims tea bj Leased Wire te The Journal)
New Tork, . April J 1. -Mar guertta
Lemon, prima donna of the Metropoli
tan Opera company, who eang at the
Metropolitan Opera house last winter
snd now Is singing with tho Conrled
Opera company In San Francisco has
brouaht suit in the -supreme court la
Manhattan to have her marriage to J.
Reed Llttell, a prominent patent lawyer
of this city, annulled and the case was
today placed on the calendar' for trial
next Thursday. The opera singer who
created the part of Nedda In the opera
"Pagnaccl" demands a separation on
tho ground that the decree of divorce
granted to her husband's first wire,
Mabel Llttell. in Chicago, , in 111 1. la
not valid in this state. . ' ' ,
Mr.-Uttell's answer Is a general de
nial and sets up tha fact that hla first
wife's divorce waa a .legal one.
fine patronage In this city. Ten years
ago he-went to-oekiana. wnr bo -was
married to Miss Faustina Bllnn.
Ho afterwards returned to Portland.
while his Wife' remained st her home at
Highland Psrk, Bast Oakland. When he
lived In Oakland, lr. Paulin had 'Offices
in. the palace hotel. He is said to here
been drinking heavily for several days
before his disappearance ,two weeki
ago. v He had no relatives In this City,
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CUHEM WILL CONTEST : '
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(Buertal Dwrateh'-te Tho Jeorael.f
Balein, Or.i April 11, Tho-Eure will
eontest, which hag been under son-
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aetta beaHli la air un. set a wrtakla to he
em. Why carry Joa tardea laager , waes
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Ban, Or. &eot as ponnna. " ''
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