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.THE OREGON DAILY JOURNAL; - PORTLAND. THURSDAY EVENING. MAY 10, ICC J.
PUT IfJ JAIL'
'T ;- Local Making All Stops Between
Portland and Biggs Will Soon .
--ervs Tourists, Business Men .
and Pleasure-Seekers, -i"
A new train that expected to be of
great benefit and convenience to Port
land business men and tourists will be
' put on the O. R. at N. main line between
' .i Portland and. Biggs. May, JO. It will
atop at alt points and give" Portland
: people opportunity to leave this lty in
' ths morning, hava several hours (or the
, j. transaction of business at any town on
the line, and return borne the same
- T. evening, ...j-i
The time card has been completed
by--OericrsJ--Passenger -Agent A. - X
' Craig and affecta the leaving and errlv
, ing time of regular trains No. 1 and t.
,.. . No. I, which now leaves Portland for
' the east at ;15wl on and after May
JO leave at e:jo. No,, 1, now arriving In
'. Portland at 6j25, will get in at I o'clock,
-'These improvement are afforded by the
- cutting out of all etope of . the through
' ' trains, excepting at Hood River,, be
tween Portland and .The Dallas. - All
..,tralna stop at aat Portland. :. The time
, of the Spokane Flyer - will- not. be
changed from Juniper to Riverview.
' ' The new train will leave Portland at
. . ;. Beat Portland Kit 1:30, -Troutdala
. at S:tO Multnomah Falls at t:2A.
Bonneville at :41. Caacade Lock at
:6S. Colllna at 10:08, Hood River at
,10:M. Hosier at 10:46, The Dalles at
lUSklllo"Lt 11:45 and arrive at
r Biggs, at U:t9. The Shan!kotralnwUl
, be brought down over the Columbia
- Son them on a schedule to - make cloae
connection with, the new train, which
' " "will immediately return' to The Dalle
and remain there until I o'clock, to
. gle patrons full onoortunltv to trans
act puBlncBatt The Dalles or , visit, ths
biOTINCTlVELY A CREAMvbt
TARTAR BAKING POWDER
Returning to Portland, the train will
leava The Dallea at S o'clock,' Moaler at
l--2S,aid River -4-:40,nirini "at
.4:05, Cascade Locks at .0, Bonneville
, at 4:81, Multnomah Falls at 4 :S4. Trout
dale at t:5, and arrive at-Portland at
- O'clock." T r . 1
:The advantages of the new train
".'.-will, we believe, be quickly seen by
hualnaas men and tourlets,- and -44 -will
build up a nice . business," - said - Mr.
Craiav- "There are innumerable beautl
fur places along the" Columbia" fiver for
, a day's outing, and the train will give
4 patrons sis hours at Multnomah Falls
or Bonneville, five hours at - Hood
River, nearly five hours at Mosler and
nearly four hours at "The Dalles. There
- are no connection, trains' excepting at
the end of the run, and therefore the
-traJn-wttr-btrsble to Operate on ached
T ule time.-; r ;r - -
. - Yexaie of Oullty. .
.. - A Jury In Judge Freser'a department
. ,of the- circuit court yesterday, found
; .Robert J: Balrd guirty of.havlng sold
beer- to Harold Heneee, aged It years.
. Balrd was formerly a bartender Jn a
aloon ajt -O Cnlon avenuov- "
7 It do?s not cpntain ah atdm of phos-.;
7phatic"acid (which is the product of bones
digested in -sulphunc-acid) or- of alum -
; (which is one-third sulphuric acid) sub-
stances aaoptea ior ojner Daning powaers
v because of their cheapness.
WEEPS-FOR LOSS OF GRIP.
''Weeping ai It iils heart would break,
W. Weatcott, a Ban Franclaco refuges.
Wentto police headquarters yeaterdar
afternoon and reported that he had lost
saved du rTni'tTe" great dlBtefriiiLTud'TsearPh
Here the -man - brokn-down. - He
comforted with the aasurane'e that ev
erything -poaaible wonld be done to lo
cate th grip. Police Clerk Archie
lng a photograph of his dead wife.
Ttff-wirrHnat mynrescnlloTen were
killed by the . earthquake," moan el
Westcotl "My life was saved only by
the fact that my brother lay very ill at
the- thne-the- earthquakeoccurred and
I waa Bitting up with blm at his little
bouse, 'way up on the hill. If I had
beea boms I would also have been, killed.
My wife's picture Is In that grip, and
If I lose It I Won t care to live."
" "The man -was ' questioned and " sSia
thai hie borne- In San Francisco' was
at Market and Seventeenth streets. - He
is a bicycle repairer by trade and came
tn Portland to aeek emnlovment. He
left the train at Oregon City, but wasl receptacle which contained the photo-
unable to una employment ana came 10
Po rt 1 and .at .-1 4 :i ft 'c look - ye terdar
"When "TnefrTha aepot,r"Te'saidrI
placed my grip In- a saloon while X went
to an employment bfflce.- "v?hen I re
turned. I was unable to " And the sa
loon. For ' three hours I have been
walking up and down the street - on
whlcrr the saloon la located, but I can't
find It. I think t ahall go crasy If I
don't find that grip." , v- -
Ballard Man Held on Suspicion
ot Causing Death of Bab Be.
cause of Its Sex.
SUBJECTED WIFE TO ,
When Daughter Was Born Six Weeks
Ago Became Angered Because Son
Had Not Been Their Lot.and Has
Since Abused Woman Daily-. 'rv
' ' (peelai Dlepatek to The JoaraaLI :
Seattle. Wsh., May 10. Because Ills
offspring, born sir weeks ago, -was a
girl and not a sob, as be desired, Ed
ward Pogge-of Ballard has alnce sub
jected his wife to brutal treatment and
is now held in the city Jail on sus
picion of murdering tils child.' When a
daughter. was born, April IT, the father
was so angered at Its sex that he locked
the door of the house denying admis
sion to neighboring women and only
admitted Dr. Grelner, - who waa 'sum
moned by neighbors, after a pltlfuKplea
on the part of the doctor. .
The mother, it is alleged, has Been
beaten and kicked "dally by her husband
since the birth of the child. Yesterday
morning at o'clock the mother went
to the Stlmson' mill, where the husband
works, and told blm tba child waa dy
ing and asked him to come home. He
refused to go until lunch time.- - ---
Neighbors sent for a doctor, cut tne
child was dead when he arrived. The
husband came home at noon and "beat
his wife brutally for crying over the
ehnore-eorpse'. 11 1 '
Pogg would not eno-w me unaercaKer
to touch the child and only after his ar
rest could the body be removed. Pogge
Is a Russian. It ta believed by the
coroner that the child was given poison
by the father before be went to work
most every saloon on j8lthsifeetnUtl :
the grip was not at any or them.
Finally Leonard pointed out - a amall
saloon -three blocks from the depot and
said the grin might have been left there.
"Olv- no," -asperted .Westcott, posi
tively, "I am sure I did not go Into
that place." . -'"-.
fnnard taAA It would An no harm tft
investigate. When' they entered the bar
room the grip waa found lying -on tbe
floor near "the bar :"" 1
Weatcott knelt on' the floor by the
grip and lald his head rujt, weeping
anew, but this time for Joy, He was so
happy that he kissed several times the
FOR LETTER ;
"Made? In Oregon May lQth to 36th
Expert Watch and Jewelry Repairing'
Kcdern and Up-to-Date Diamond Mounting
Performed by master workmen so that complete satisfaction is assured
...-r.,,. . for. which, our prices are the lowest. ...
- THB ARCH CROWN 8ETTINO ;
Offers strength, durability and beanty to the diamond, enlarging its ap-
pearance as well. No pronga to catch on clothing. . , ,. ,.
Zl l!r.-r cost- ratrmn ajjtd lfASMl OTOsT STS. . -. :'rrr
Maaaf aotariag - Opticians.
"Always the riaest la BUver."
, "The Siffereat snore, ruth, lOt and Wasmlagtoa attests. - '
WALKING SKIRTS LESS
Largett assortment in the city to
choose from. ' Smart new skirts, all
this season's) favorites, . built on the
circular and circular flounce effects,
plain and plaited styles in Panamas,
Sicilians, Mohairs, Broadcloths, Mel-,
tons and a few handsome mixtures in
effects ranging from dark to light.
Color choosing is pleasing black,
navy, brown and green.- Skirts are in
the severely tailored styles, or trim
med with smart strappings of materia
als and buttons. For three days,
opening this morning, skirts as low in
price as $4.50 as excellent as $25.00
can buy in America, and numerous in
between grades at ONE tHIRD
i For three days, starting this morning,
'we shall place our Entire Stock of Tight-
; Fitting Corset Jackets on Sale at OnV
, Ittlf Price. Coats that-tepr.
regular, values shown in Portland at from
$5.00 to $25.00 a plenty of values betwixt
and between In this sale.
YOURS FOR HALF
nt the best Xfi--JWMUaLL- 11
I "VOX V
District Attorney' Offer to :Tes-
tify for Murderer Scorned
PROSECUTE MITCHELL :?
AS A PAID ASSASSIN
Evidence That Corvallis and Portland
Citizens Organized a Band to Kill
Creffield and MitcheU Had His Ex-
-penses Paid. -
FOR BIG CEiBRATTO
(Special DUnetcb 'to Tbe Jeorest)-" -Forest
- Orova; - Or May . 10.-At : a
meeting of the citizens a few days ago,
which met In the 'city council rooms,
the following were elected on the com
mittee to entertain the veterans of the
Grand Army of the Republic and Wom
en's "Relief corps V It" W. -HaTtns,' chair-,
man: Walter Hoys. W. H. Hollls, A.
R. Leabo, A. W. Johnson. C. W. Mo
Namer. Stephen Morgan. Dr. Brown, H.
C Atwell, H. H. Clark and B. H.
- This -committee !s-to have entire
chargeof- the arrengemente.- programs
and amusements during the tour-days'
celebration; . ' :
I The-Washlngtofc-eounty veterans will
hold their reunion on July 1 1. and s.
The town of Forest Grove,-with the
aid. of the rest of the county, will fol.
low the reunion with a grand celebra
tion, - -. .- : ....-.!... . x.
The Grand 'Army has also appointed
a committee from its numbers. Com
rades Stephen Morgan, E. Cheney and
O. C. Thomas, who will cooperate with
the citlsens' committee. ." .
credit n .s-; rsrf 7r 1 prices
FOR - Afik ISV ARE
2 you - , - ' : RI?T
FRIENDS L. ISS-IS-ISISI rWIT ITSHT, POSTIAMD, 0IOON. ARE
; TOO ' Sole Agents for the MONARCH MALLEABLE RANGE LIGHT
; '. V ; The Range With Cash Guarantee ; t ':
"Made in Oregon" for all the People May 19-26
The fact that the Edwards
Company ' store is really "A
UOUJJ A.Uli TO
TOE PUBLIC APPlTECIATES
TRADE." Many of the old residents of this city and state have had reason fb acknowl
edge that: we ..are. able and do stand f 3 !'..; ";-!
TTTn CITTlTTPr TP rTrPQTt.Of Cood Values, Courtesy arid lt other: features
' 1 Uli O U-T illjlslli 1 lid 1 :? incident the r term, "A " GOOD PLACE TO
7 TRADE.", Newcomers 'soon-' find it out' . '.' ; i.-vJ.;::i:vv-.T-:v
DINARY SPECIALS which we know will appeal to all careful , housekeepers.- . . ;
i a -- i i s
$1.25 Heat ikfcs 68c fccli
The right size Meat Safe for th'e-ayer'
age. household, well finished, absolute
ly flyproof and convenient for the safer
keeping of many perishable foodstuffs.
we nave just received our nrsi snip-
H'li I t nave just ictcivcu our uioi ouip-,
3 rnPnt thcseafes-'afrd-wtll
place them on sale tomorrow andA
t ;atttrriay, whi they last, each tV'
An unusual value In Cuspidors
tractive and xrvloeahle; worth
in oobalt-blue and
lOo everywhere for Friday
DALLES MAYOR NAMES
DAY FOR CLEANING CITY
(KneeUl PtenatHi to The JnoniaLt
Seattle, Wash., May J. Proseouting
Attorney Mackintosh yesterday received
a letter from District Attorney Manning
of Portland asking thar be allowed
to tssUfy in Mitchell's behalf and de
claring that the murder of Creffield was
Justifiable. Prosecuting Attorney Mao-
intosn said: ;
The let ter is a wondexfjiLjertorm
ance on Manning's pare it- appears
ridleolour that nrnn iwom to snforce
the law and 'prosecute-violators of it
ahould write such an epistle. Coming
from aucn a source, the statement that
cold-blooded. jauxoexjs Justifiable is -x
ceedlngly strange. I shall not oaU Man
nlng aa a witness for the stats and I
shall prosecute MitcheU as skillfully as
i anow now., in ao aoing i snail con
aider I am doing my duty."
The prosecution will attempt to prove
that Mitchell is a hired assassin. The
prosecuting sttorney declare that-he
has evidence that Corvallis and Port
land citlsens organised a band to kill
Creffield and that M'tchell's expenses
were paid by this gang. The prosecut
ing attorney refuses to give details of
evidence In his possession.
Publlo opinion is unanimous here that
MitcheU did right and there is little
chance of .convicting him. A Jury can
not be secured hers tbattls not partial
to Mitchell. ,
PENDLETON MAN NAMED
TO .ACT AS GUARDIAN
' (Special DUpafet te Tbe Jemwel.) ''
' Pendleton, Or., May 10. W. L. Thomp
son of the-Commercial National bank
has been selected 'to act as guardian
for all minor hairs to heirship of lands
on the Um t.lU,iJsejJaUontjrhlsl
accordance with the policy of the de
partment of Indian- affairs, which seeks
to hav one man act as guardian Sot all
minors on each reservation.
There are 1,200 Indians en ths Uma
tilla reservation, and it Is estimated
that one quarter of these, or too, are
minor heirs, and represent 14,000 acres
of land, renting at from $2-60 to 17.10
an acre yearly, ", . . . -
trIalofmrs. le DOUX
. POSTPONED AT STOCKTON
(Joersal Speelal Service.)
Stockton, CaL, May It. The trial of
Emms- Xedoux, the-alleged murderess
Lof A. tt MVrcatT-i 4enh miirtip vie-
tlm, was postponed today from May II
to June . Many witnesses have dis
appeared on account of he disaster at
San Francisco. ,
Agree to Joist Ooaferenoe,
f (Jenrnat Special Harvie.)
Chicago, May 1 The bituminous
operators "have s greed to meet tbe
miners ia Joint conference. -
" ' (Special DUpatrb te The loarsal.)
The Dalles, Or.. May 10. Mayor
Kelly has Issued a proclamation making
next Friday cleaning day. It Is ex
pected -tba- business houses will close
until noon and ths schools wUl be given
a half holiday. Business men are asked
to use their delivery wagons to haul
away rubbish, the-city providing teams
tn the residence district. All are re
quested to' procure rakes, eto., "and .olesn
up, alleys, yards and sidewalks.
- The school children. It . Is presumed,
will help the feeble and aged in ridding
ths streets and alleys of rubbish.. By
this means It is hoped to make The
Dalles one of the ofeanest cities In the
(Journal Special Barries.)
Boston, May . 10. Every -one of the
ISO members of the Massachusetts statp
legislature 1 to be nmw ffnre
the . grand Jury of Suffolk county by
District Attorney J. K. Moren to gain
information - concerning the reported
bribery whlrh Is said to have -defeated
tnr antt-"bucket shop and overtime bllla
The first batch of It legislators la ap
pearing before the grand Jury - today.
Seventy thousand dollars is said to
have been "pent- by the bocket - shop
promoters Thomas W. Lawson has of
fered a reward of 15,000 for. evidence
which-will convict of bribery
(Special Dispatch to 1US Juaiuah)
Spokane. Wash- May 10. WhU no
general strike of. the plumbers Union is
likely, 15 men quit work today and
others are expected to follow" In tbe next
tew days. The men ask that-no ap
prentice be allowed to work except with
Journeymen and that boss Plumbers . be
forbidden . to. work on any v Job - where
more than two fixtures. are installed.
which practically forbids any employer
working on any of bis own work.
A demand Is being made on Individual
shops and men are quitting work as
soon ss the demsnd is refused. It Is
expected that within the next few days
practically alt of the union men will be
out. . - - -
SWEEK NAMES FULL : r
y : EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE
" Chairman -Alex 8 week, of the Demo
cratic stats, central committee, com
pleted the executive committee' this
afternoon by naming Judge J. M. Wall
of Washington county as a member
Tbe full committee is as follows: Ales
Sweeki-chalrman: John B. Ryan, se:re
tary; 8. M. Carland of Linn, J. O. Booth
of Josephine, N. A. Peery of Multno
mah, J. H. Kaley of Umatilla, Sam K.
Van Vector of Morrow., J. M. Wall of
Washington. -: ' ' - -
WITHYC0MBE SPENDS '
SOME TIME IN CITY
Dr. Jaraes Wlthyoombe, the Republi
can nominee for governor, is In Portland
this afternoon and will . go to Oregon
City tonight "to make a publlo address
Walter I Toose of Woodburn la also
Fine Dental Work
Very Moderate Prices. '
Orowa sad Bridge Work a Srpeolalty.
All Work Fully Ouaraoteed.-
Solid Gold Crowns
Bridge Work .
Full Set Teeth
Booms S, . r.
t Crrajid Thea-
OpposlfM BOera Jpiaas Bouse. -
' Boom ST. Xfayette Bldg . .
: sish WAjnmraTOB sr.
Bxpert Orowa and Bridga Weill
When , you can't rest bathe
the fevered face, the throbbing'
head.xtho awollen-eyelids with -Pond'is
Extract, the 'good old.
household remedy.' In the sick
room it proves invaluable for re-
lievinz pain and reducing- every
kind of inflammation.-whether-
n t e r rl at or " external r:rT h e
trained nurse finds it a hospital .
and home reliance , in everyT
Witch Jimmrl it ntt thi jamt Iking.
On mnmljuu f stvtntjsfmUt
Witch Hauiltfttu fftrtdt" tht
lamt thing "fftf-tw viirt iwn
'tt ctntmin wooi atcohlformaH
bfdt r itth, t T middnxr
- fuming tut f
I tS Iff AM!LV OOCTOj
expected to speak at the- Oregon 'City
meeting....-. .:' ..
tS'" i'-' 'It" i'J
CHIEF CLERK ROBS HIS ;
EMPLOYERS OF FORTUNE
(Jonrsal Special Sertlee.)
Philadelphia, May -10. Edwin 8.
Greenfield, chief clerk of the brokerage
firm - of i Harrison, Snyder A Son of
this eity'isTunder arrest accused of
mbescllng SISO.000 from his employ
ers. He has' made a full confeeslon
and- Is assisting the firm In stralght-
snlng out his tangled books.- Green
field Is IS years of age and has been
wttb the firm since he was a small
boy.--Most of the money was lost In
bucket shop speculation. . .
B. Besvls rwsM Away.
("peelal Dispatch ts Tbe Joorasl.) -
a popular and well-known dentist of
this city, died suddenly yesterday morn
ing at his horns after " Buffering ' for
some time with Blight s disease, aged
Dr. Keavis - waa advised some time
ago to give up his large practice,'' but
remained la his office until a short
time ago. He leavee his wife and
daughter, besides his father. Judge I
B. Reavls of Wallowa county, and four
brothers. He was prominent In both
the Masonlo and Elks lodges In . La
Grande, and was a very popular young
. Jrostmaats Bobbed. . ,
Is , jiasrly.lost his life .Sndwas rohhejl
of sli comfort, according to his letter, j
which says: "Tor 10 years - I had
chronic liver complaint.' which led to
auch a severe caae of Jaundice that even
my finger nails turned yellow; when my
dootor prescribed Electric Bitters, which
cured me end have kept me well for
eleveSyears.'i flure cure for, Bilious
ness, neuralgia, wsaaneas aad all Btem
ach. Liver, Kidney snd Blsdder deranse
msnts. A wonderful 'Tonic At Skid-
snore Drug Co, SO cents, -
"te tie fflei
Gas Ranges and Gas Water
NO KINDLING TO SPLIT NO, FlftES
TO BUILD NO WOOD OR COAL T04
CARRY NO BAKINO HOT KITCHEN
n . n
In-accordance with our liberal policy
on -the sale xA OAS RANGES r and -
GAS WATER HEATERS, we are
now installing aU ranges and water,
heaters purchased of us Jf REE OF ,
CHARGE. Where a fuel stub has al
ready been installed in the kitchen;
and no extra pipe is necessary to make
proper connections for a range,' a dis-.
count of 20 PER CENT will be al
lowed from the purchase price of the
range. Where a fuel run of 40 feet
'.' or less is necessary to properly con- ;
nett a range a discount of. 10 PER
CENT will be allowed. ' . r
: On GAS WATER HEATERS a
discount of 10 PER CENT, will be al-7
lowed from the purchase price. WitH
this policy - the purchase - of - a - GAS -
TRANCE or GAS WATER HEATER :
is within reach of all, and no house--
- hold, whether large or small, is com- ,
-plete without, At the new pride of
gas you" can afford to use either or
both of the above appliances for-fuel
purposes. Ranges, Water Heaters, in .;
. fact angai appliances, when so de-
- sired. -can be purchased on.i. small
l monthly installments, which are pay
able monthly with gas hill. J;
Telephone Private Exchange 267-Portland, Oregon