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rSTRUGGLK FOR" LIFE
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' ness, his Java BcrunohlngKths gum which
1,; he efeewe -v everlastingly. ,-ls ataadtly
conscious of the girl ar th table behind
v him and 'again and agalavhts eyes will
stray -vr to her to noteth effect of
N thle sr-' that - bit ' of -..evidence' ton her
courage or spirits. .tAnd. the girl. - placid
. or pouting, as tha fortunes of the dar
, abb and flow, can seldom Jake her
-. from 4 he broad, .black or rugged profile
of the Intensely masculine- prosecutor.
ii sUU-hlm ' thniihahe ustana
would nata a mortal, enemy, ne. never
theless exerts aver Ter .a powerful
' . fascination the spell perhaps In which
a cat holds a bird that, flutter and
. chirps, but Is powerless to move- a muscle
see her manifest fear of -the man her
self-possession la really marvelous. '"-She
seems to be determined that be or -all
others shall not learn mat she la afraid
of him, c . i'- .. '-
. ... Anttass Self Central.
""When ; Ms . head la swinging slowly
around .and aha knows that the next
' moment b will be watching her furtively
out of the tall of one of these searching
'bins eyes,, aha straightens up, smooths
awaf the frown from her forehead,. ad
justs ' her hair and r looks. -cal ml y .and
steadily In' some other direction, .and
Rand, noticing th -changa In her, will
To -Intrdclucc :r ;
FiIA'iif Co Mil ' V Aon
5 TTr7-s,z ---rwj' "P
' ' To Introduce tils .famous skin ' soap,
t)r. A. U Nlden, th1: great specialist.
.who engraxtsn ne nose, -ana wno is at
I or uw largei
the' head of the largest scientific skin
Inatructed me to put on sale, for "all
ths " world, has
jiext week 11 gross of his soap at
.V. .,vs : . !
" iV which la actually leas than eoat. Thla
v- 'aoep la antiseptio and contains marvel
oua curative nowere. It la a aoap man-
iririurm narticuiariT lor laommr. whom
till - a- eoew vrv- Jadic la .Portland
, should number among, her toilet requl
' , sites. Remember the offer of.l&o per
caJte U for tills week .only. . : . . '
r; ricr Judgment im
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Dm some facial or akin affile-
am the Only Tftrfilflt of the
Netden Institute on the Pacific eoaiit,
conMrnuently I am the only one who can
administer his scientific ' admlnlstra
I tlons. These' desiring a course of treat
. ment should apply now and get special
ratee. ' The. fKln n.,h will nun lb.
. act now.'
MADAME AZA V
Teacher of Permatology anl
Beauty Culture. .
' afORRlioff. YfKa". fARK.'
i. ' TTrlU for Eoctlsi.
smile grimly as If to say; "Never mind,
young lady, you will not be so defiant
when all- this a over. . ;
Only once In ths former . trial did
the two coma' face to faea and battle
frankly for victory That was when
Nan was on tha stand and In that fight
doing -all that is masculine and doing
all that' la feminine, strength, rugged-
ness, determination, against . subtlety,
Intuition and qulck-wtttsdnesa, ths Slrl
won.'.' v .,-.ri.'
, . r ; , Sssts kr taa lltl. ;
That was '4h- only day whea Rand's
manheK as hs- left tha oourtroom.- was
a confession of wefeaL- - Us ftJolt that
lesson to heart and it will b lnureat
Llnrta:iJiowiis seta bourlo -work
r" I r n . ' r m i
wnea again ne is cauea vn ia ' w j
turn the glrra etory aaalast hsrself.
-Monday will come Hand's chance.
Then it wIU, be that striding back and
forth across ' tha ' courtroom, head -tap,
arsss sstsnilsd .aryljyea.gUtltlpg with
excitement. . hs will tell tu jury . Jow
hsv expects to prove that taa little girl
behind htm committed a murder, wny
hs believes tha dldvit and what manner
of woman .she baa been. And Nan Pat
terson. ' without her father to pat
assurlBRly -on . bar arm, with . nothing
to shield her from ths scathing denun
ciation as it falls from tha lips of ths
prosecutor, and with a woman's weak
ness, for all her bold exterior, will need
all tbV courage aha can , aummon, to
aaye her from collapse. , v,; ; ;
f v rimradoi. 011 VtaAsi'. '
Donble guards have bean placed upon
Nan Patterson ln-the Tombs. Night and
dar until the Jury at bar trial xlves Its
verdict in open oourt, keepers will take
turns In. watching htr. Warden riynn
does notiknow that thought of suicide
was aver sntertalned by Nan Patterson,
but b does know of certain situations
and conditions : which have , developed
slnce she has been under his charge
which convinced him that hs would be
acting wisely to watch bar carefully.
With thla end in visw tha warden re
moved ber ts the hospital eel la. Nan oc
cupied cell Wo. 1 and Mrs, Julia Smith,
hsr slater, Veil No, 1 - Ths warden be
lieved that Nsnvs ' mental ' condition
would be benefited V .the. preseooe sf
her slatr. . , : 'V- -( .t
Ths hospital Is about four Umas as
largo as the regular prison calls, hss
separate beds and room for tha attend
ants who will be on guard at all hours.
v Rarely. ' it aver, ' has there bean
prisoner, in ths .Tombs, a coord lng" to
those who . have- seen Nan Patterson
dally, soblect to auoh despondent moods.
PurTrig3hes.attackt, wliltih eoma on
without. any apparent outward caussv
shs suocumbs entirely and ber mental
state has been such at Intervals as to
occasion sUum. The prisoner has been
carefully watched by Prison Physician
accoutre and It la duo to his suggestion
that aha was sent to tha hospital. The
woman waa In a much- mors , nervous
state-today than sh hss been at any
tint, since sbs became a prisoner, and
It is expected that, th wm bresk down
under the strain. ' v. "' ' ' ''"
Nan' was An one of. hey despondent
moods, Whsa Xwyr Abe Lry called
thla afternoon, but forced a a mile when
they met In Warden Flynn's 'Office.
The Uwyfr and 'client , talked for two
hour' about the 'case. The hopeful
words of Mr. Levy drove away her de
prsaalon and she went baek.t the hos
pital apparently her old-time self.
HELPED BY SlSTER.y
Van PaMarson Aided by aorUo and
:. ' jwort of iUrrtet lowaU. I V;.'
(Speelal Dhvstrh sr Learnd Wire t Tae iearaal)
L Waahlngtna. - April II. Waahlngton
oeletr indirsctly is aasistlng the caiise
ofaa. Pattarsoa.., lUvhaa . bee, ana?
nsously sUted that Mrs. Harriet Lowell,
Nan Patterson's' slater In Washington,
Is keeping a ihop," tha profits from
which were contributed ta the Nan Pat
tarson f'vdefense fund. An-, intimate
friend of Mrs." Lowell said today: -'
"It Is true that Mra. Lowell U doing a
good business .by tha sal of high class
perfumery and other toilet articles, all
of which . are imported and that the
profits are, aent regularly to assist her
sister." '..' .. ' . - '
' ' Mrs. Lowell,' when satisfaction 1 ob
tained In on place, get a certificate
from tha society woman with whom ah
deal a a recommendation to tha next
ociaty woman upon whom ah calls,
and these lnclud the top atrata In
Washing! i i Ths recpmmendatorx.ll''
tars are always forthcoming and the'
profits added to tb sacrlfleea Mra: Har
riet Lowell ha made of her property
righta In Waahlnarton which have been
LofLariatrlaOtsslatanoe to th fund for
ui ueiense ox ruan i-aiieraon. wnst
ever has, been realised baa been for
warded to New Torn lor xn defenss
In this case.
It has been ascertained bar that Mrs.
J. Morgsn Smith; waa at one time
clerk before ber marriage. In th treafci
ury department.' and ber friends 4here
are Willi og to assist In tha defeaee fund.
realising tha good -oharaeter sustained
by Julia Patterson Smith during her
tenure of ofac m th department. Tb
father of Nan Patterson la expeobad to
arnv ner tomorrow morning.
HONOR tlEUORV OF
v LATE HEAD CONSUL
Woodmen of Worid nd ,W9mn
y of woodcraft to Hold Mem-
- , ori&l Service. 1( '. ,J
L'..iii.'l2 SiI.ill) -AGAIiiST
Government Secret Cervlci Men
Raid " Concerns' Throuii ,; "ii
out the Country, r
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THUNJCS FULL OF TICKETS
CIIZED AND CONFISCATED
Uncle Sam Stands to Win Prizes
, If He Draws the Lucky
y-yy Number. al' '
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SBeial DUpatrh by laeaed Wire U Tea Jooraat)
Houaton, Tex., April II Aa a result
f smooth work on the part of secret
service sgents, the stockholders of th
Uttle - Mexican ' Lottery, company, a
fraudulent concern having headquarter
at Baa Antonio, waa arretted today at
Denver with a trunk full of tickets. To
day there have been arrests-at- Houston,
Ban Antonio, New Orleans, Loa Angeles,
Kansas City, Kvaaavllle. and probably
other points,, taking In all whoa names
could b found connected with the camel
'The poatofflc department today made
n effort to break up ths operations of
th big Mexican lottery In Now Orleans.
Tha office of th company waa raided by
ecret-aervloe men and police. Four mea
who war working in th office were ar
rested, and two other held aa wltneaeea.
In addition tickets of th"value of 18.
004 for th May drawing were taken poa
session of, and. $1,15 in cash was also
taken. - . -.- .- -
Tha local pollcahav allowed tha com
paay to operate openly, and were sur
prised when th government officials
raided th place." The" ceptur of th
Ucketa for th May drawing may cans
th United Bute to win on of ths big
goat prlssa, ss th lottery pople do not
know th number of th ticket In poa
sesslon of ths offloers, and th drawing
will na to go just th sama ',' 1 7
' AGENT ARRESTED
XadlaaapoUs surveyor of aVottary Tlokess
; Taken Sat TsAeral Onstody. '
(Sperlal Dtapatob by Uasad Wire ta The Joaraai)
Indianapolis, Ind., April 11. Lor C
Hammer, a wrldely known purveyor of
lottery tickets, wss arrested todsy by
Deputy United States Marshal Boyd for
selling ticket In a lottery. Hammer
waa arrested under ths Interstate 'com
merce law, applied to the selling In ons
state of tickets tn a lottery in another.
-He gave bond for 11.000 to appear for
a neanng naior united State Commis-
slonsr Ungar next Saturday. When ar
reeled -Ttammer had on hi person mors
than 1.000 lottery tickets. ( ; " v
J) RAID CIGAR STORE.
Xm Angeles Maa Arrested aafTan Thos-
V; ' ' nal Tickets Oaptared. J
(Spedal Dlapateh ay Laaaad Wire u Tae Jearaal)
- Loa Angeles. Aoiil tl-Denutv i;nitri
States Marshal Traegsr today raided the
cigar store of .A. B. A J. Oreenwald.
securing over 10.000 lottery tickets. A.
R. Oreenwald. the senior memba at the
firm, was not in tha store at theUime;
but J. Oreenwald; was Uken into cus
tody on a charge of violating th United
But law prohibiting th handling f
lottT. I was taken before
Unlttd I Co -nlaaloner Van Dyk
end re.- . d on 2,&0O bonds.' This Is
the larf -t raid of this character ever
mads in tisla rty. . . . ,'.;,.. y. .
fai:da:::;3 is mfW
by v;c::zri'S politics
Method) of Vice-Pre'sidenVe Wife
at Dauihters Congress May '
Endani r Huibarid's Future
-, N..W- :
8peritl Dlanateb by Leased Wirt te Tae Jesraal)
Waahlngton. April J 1. Women poli
ticians in Washington aver that th
method of Mrs Fairbanks, wife of the
vie president, who is a candidal for
th .presidential nomination In 110$,
have materially weaaened his causa. '
It had been mapped out that If Mrsi
Fairbanks la In control, shs will have
established ' a ' social tieedquerter In
Washington and . either herself. ( or
through her candidate. Mrs. O. . M.
Sternberg, manipulated the' social polltl.
eal pull In Washington.- an. Important
center for Vice .Preaident Fairbanks for
ths 'prealdency. v -, '. V'V ".,
Ths undercurrent . story today t th
D, A. R. congress is that Mrs. Fair
bank! has been routed, sod that tha cen
ter of politics o far a ths D. A.' R.
la ' concerned, - will - 1a T-tn - Nw. Tork
where Mra Donald McLean will control
th salon, . .L .' '.. "'.'
The, Foraker-Beverldga adherents for
1008 say that New York and Indiana
and Maryland have been loat to Fair
banks by j-eaaon of ' ths blundering of
Mra FalrUanks St this D. A. R. con.
gross. ' -v ' . '5 . ;. ' ... ..! '
Tbs Important -thing don at th con
gress todsy waa tha adoption of a reso
lution violently opposed tn Mormonlsm
and favoring tha unaeating of Senator.
Smooth ..'-' - ' - ?-,.";'..'--,
Mrs. Donald McLean jgavs a brilliant
reception tonight at th Neabltt house.
The . congTaj, adJournd s tm ldn ijh t
tonight ; . . t. ,.
STILLMAN NOT BACKING 7
1 MRS. POTTER'S VENTURES
(Copyright, Hearst Mew Service, kf
; y . ' Wire te The Jearaal), ' ,!
London. April II. Mra. James Brown
Potter's production of Du Barry" upon
which she spent a large sum. has not
been" a success, although it is the most
gorgeous spectacle now on th London
stag. Mrs. Potter ha been singularly
unfortunat a an actress-manager In
London and haa scored three failures
at the Bavoy ' theatre In rapid succes
sion. .;,.' . - ' '', ; , " -1 v -
' r Unless the public suddenly awakes to
ths merits of "Du Barry" Mrs. Potter
will Oustain a very large loss Ion. the
production, Bhs is reported to be very
depressed at her-expenatve failure to
attract London to the Bavoy under her
management. Her failure . may mean
that shs will be compelled to accept a
standing offer to appear in the vaude
ville circuit of New Tork at a salary
of If.OOO n wsskv ...
- Mrs. Potter dde. not car for New
Tork vaudeville. : despite th financial
temptation. - Her appearance - there
would probably not pleas hsr daughter,
Mra. James' StUlmsn, wife of tha. ton
of th Standard Oil banker; and apropos
of this, Mrs. Potter hss caused th
publication of a statement denying that
bar unfortunat theatrical, ventures have
been backed by th 8 Oilman mill Ions, .
- Th little) tO-eent republic of Panama
Is too small a place for our John Bar
rett, anyway. , ' . t .
t If art optician isn't willing, to, rnaraptee 'his classes it
. shows a lack of confidence in himself,' which should make
people very skeptical about entrtistinn; their sight to him.
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. Loe Jtngelea,. April U. Honor to ths
memory of ths lata Hand Consul T.
Falkenburg, tha "father of Woodcraft."
wIU - be pald tomorrow afternoon by
Woodmen of tb World and Woman 'of
Woodcraft now in session In this city.
at a memorial service at 1:10 o'clock In
tha temple aoditorurm. under th direc
tion . of Fremont - camp, Bnalnsss waa
forgotten ; today end visiting delegate
and many from Los Angeles enjoyed
trip to. Catallna Island. , .
V ' Spsaisl trains avsr-tha Belt -Late road
and electa 1 ateaaeera carried the excur
slonlsts, who - numbered 1,600. - There
wss no program to be followed, and each
Individually enjoyed the day heartily,
Monday evening; among other entertsln-
msnts, will be a reception to the hesd
offloers of Fremont camp andclrcl at
tb Ramona.' . ' i : r
FAI.!ILY OBJECTS TO -
, i GETTING CHEAF.WOOD
Piling firewood against tho rest-
m -A . M i, j .
oinos ox Cm j. uarr, eve pnm imw
last night got O. B. Robbtos Into trou
ble. . Ha waa arrested and taken to the
nolle station and locked up for the
night. It Is supposed that hails 'de
mented, and on Monday he will probably
be given an examination a o-nl Ma
lty. ' Bobbin live .at ' l$Sbrmaa
treat, and so far as known this h'
11 rat offsnsa. . When told to desist in hla
peculiar action, of -cording up wood In
front of tha Carr residence hs entlnud
te work with a greater vim than aver.
It haa not been learned where b pro
nursd tha fuel, which I said ta be suf
ficient to last ths family for, a lunttt
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