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THS OREGON DAILY JOURNAL. PORTLAND. THURSDAY SVHIIKIO, 'AUGUST IX IZZ
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PiCOUARD SPARED LIFE OF
.'... -V-.;., aUUIl pwWl4It-VW- 111 VeWal, ,
Friend of Dreyfus Let Enemy
. Shoot at ftim and Contempt
f uously Refused to Fire. : : ;
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MANY AFFAIRS OF HONOR
HAVE SERIOUS ENDING
Against Laws of Game , to Fatally
T ; Wound Anyone Abaurd Side Seen
-. at Lett by Frenchmen and Cuiidm
Destined to Die From Ridicule.
V"'i By' Frank Arlsttde. :
' tCooyrlght by CurU Brown.)'
- Parla.' Aug. It. Dueling really
, n .. mmIvi lta deathblow In
France. The newa will com aa a aur-
1 cries to the eutaide world, -long eocus
tomaj to regard the code duello one
' or id. moil iirmir (bwdiidutu u
Institution -The sodden revulsion ef
feellna- which baa awopt over Franc i.
however, the direct roault of Colonel
Ptcqnart'a action In hla recent duel with
General, donee last month. Though for
many-yeara the French Antl-Duellng
leaa-ue has worked assiduously to sup
press thla barbarous and Irrational cus
tom; all lta labora have not proved any
thing Ilka . aa effectlva as the unique
method adopted by Colonel Plcquart to
. ahow hla contempt for thla manner of
It will be remembered that Colonel
Plcquart la on of the heroee of the
Drayfua affair. : When Dreyfue was
thought guilty by moat of hla fellow-officers;
Plcquart alone boldly defended
him, wrecking thereby all hla Immediate
military prospects, and. finally, being
degraded and treated almost aa unjustly
aa Dreyfue himself. : r y "-fi.
; lfrae to Dreyfus Affair.
It was out of. the Dreyfus affair that
the recent Oonae-Picquart duel arose.
Jt seema that, during tha trial, Plcquart
and General Gonse had a diacuaslon
orer the merits of tha case. Colonel
Plcquart announced hla conriotlon that
jjrvyiua mmm jhuvvvwh . -r
of weight to back up hla judgment. "If
. . if ji , a. .,a
yon aeep quiet, uint uvn aw
to hare remarked. no one wiU ever
know about It" These words Colonel
Plcquart boldly swore to at tha court of
caaaetlon: and. from that time, a amol-
derlng feud existed between the two dls
tlnirulshed army offlcera. It finally
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. I Have Made Millions of Dollars for Thousands of people vy my r-awnw
t vnr maVafntmnna rnnr This stock has increased in, value more than 100 per '
. . n . . . .Mf -' 1 .-t.4 -..ka a Ka Inonma tr Viflnr1rfriff ulVinenQS. Be
ceni since oepx. isi, ivj, ana bhuvuu umau jruu ;- ---- -.
r i l - .e miirh of the ctnr.Ic a vmir means Will UIOW. ; Alio
imuc auiu Oisuic uivcaiw iivji gv.i - - j t. ,
natural increase of pusiness ana inquiries ior motors nas lorccu uic a ur r"
It will soon go still higher v . : ? ; ; .';
The Didwell Patents Will Double the Capacity of Any Motor
The Encounter Between M. de San Malato and CheTalier Plnl in the Bout de Boulogne, in Which the Fonnef
''- - v-v -" Waa Slightly Wounded in the Arm. , ::. -
Franca ia tha serious results that have
followed one or two duela lately. , t'p
to this time, dueling haa been tolerated
becaua It waa eonaldered "bad form"
for antagonlata to wound each other
vitally. . Ia-tfaeJ, expert eworaamen
moat French duela being fought with
aworda deliberately learn how not to
kill.) A man who ktlla another In a duel
in Franca la regarded In the eyea of the
law aa a murderer and muat flee the
country tf he wlahes to escape trial and
conviction on a capital charge. Duelists
strive, therefore, to administer alight
'Incapacitating" wounds; to draw a lit
tle blood; or even to give a acratoh. of
which the aecanda always take ad
vantage to declare that "honor la eatla-
fled.".. - ;:
Kolea to Frerem zarary.
In addition to thla all aorta, of devices
are reaortea to oy eacunua 10 nui
harmleaa. L-sad and mercury bulleta are
often uaed, which crush to powder on
belna rammed Into pistols; bulleta of
smaller caliber tha the pistols are em-
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M. Albert Sarraut, Under Secretary of the Interior, (on the d M.
" Puglienti,' Member" of Parliament,' (onl RecenUy
-Met at Ville-d'ATray, With Serioat Reaulta. ; vV : ;7r..
reached lta climax when General Gonee
came out In tha Partaian preaa In a let
ter giving Ptcquart'e statement tha "lie
direct." Of couree, a challenge fol
lowed. Plcquart and Gonse mat on the
field of honor at a suburban villa of
General Gonse who la a fine shot and
posaeased of Intrepid coolness did his
. best to bring down hla man, but missed.
When Plcquart' s time came to fire, he
glinted hla eye down the, barrel of tha
pistol for a moment, and then, suddenly
turned and threw the weapon on tha
ground, with an ezolamatlon of disgust
"What good would It do to kill hlmT
ha cried. "Nothing would be decided
the whole thing absurd." ; ,
' v yiooaarl la Vphatd.' '
; Tha next day all Parte waa talking ef
the event, and tha atranga psychologi
cal phenomenon . presents Itself of
Frenchmen agreeing almost nnanlmoua
: Ir that Plcquart- wss right And thla
after eentnriee of dueling, during which
the coda became an approved fixture of
French Ufa. - .
Another thing thai haa helped to bring
tha "affair of honor" into disfavor In
ployed ao that they will not carry auf-
flclently far to do any harm; double
charges of powder' are need to destroy
tha aim of good shots; and other ruses
known only to the seconds and agreed
upon without knowledge of principals
have hitherto made the duel mora or
leaa of a paatlme. In sword practice
antagonlata who try to Injure their op
ponente seriously are not encouraged;
though, of course, occasionally "acci
dents" happen, and one or other of tbt
prtnclpala haa died. But thla la a most
unusual thing. ,
Soma duelista, however, recently have
shown a tendency to 'TOean bualneas,'
and It la on thla account that aa outcry
haa been raised in rraaee.
- erlona Oaelg Kaasly.
One of tha moat sanguinary en
counters recently waa the duel be
tween IS. BarrauCnnder-aecretary-at
the Interior, and M. Pugllesi-Contl. the
NatlonalUt deputy. M. sarraut ae
verely boxed the eara of tha deputy
during a sitting of tha chamber over
tha recent Dreyfue revision. Of course,
a duel followed. Swords were used.
and after a furious battle M. r8arraut
waa eeverely wounded under tha arm. '
Other serious duels recently have
been fought by De Roydaye. editor of
the Figaro; M. tAbardeaqua. Max Regie,
tha Marqula da Dion, Oerault-Rlcbard
and Bonl Da Caatallana. "Count Boni,"
by. tha way, la eonaldered tha flneat
pistol duellist In Franca, He haa
fought . Innumerable duela, often se
verely wounding his antagonist, though
not fatally. Hla favorite "hitting polnta"
are the right lung, well above the liver;
or elae In tha leg.
.."I always avoid tha head, er tha re
gion of tha heart," ha eatd In a recent
Interview with the writer. Peraona who
encounter M. Castellane may feel re
markably aura of escaping with their
life. His expert markamanshlp makea
him very popular among - those who
v ' .. Alwaye Sraws Blood.
Another great duellist is M. Lebar-
desque, one of the best swordsmen In
Europe. He alwaya -erawa oiooa
from the arm or leg of -hla antagonlat
early In tha affray. Duela with Lab-1
ardesqua are soon ever, owing to -his
wonderful aword play. During hla last
fight with . M. De Vellette, -the duel
lasted Just two minutes, during which
Labardeaque succeeded in mulcting a
severe arm wound which quite satis
fied hi antagoi!lat.,The aeconde haattly
called the duel . off and . the usual
elaborate "reconciliation breakfast"
was enjoyed by the party. Most French
duels take place In tha early morning,
at aome quiet auburb of Parla. and
afterwaTd there la generally a "spread."
Max Regie, known to fame for .his
entl-Jewleh cruaadee, haa had to-ght
manr a duel within the last, few yeara
Out of all theae encounters he haa come
untouched, often , inflicting gnevoua
wounds an hla enemy. Regis la equally
at home with aword or pIstoL He al
wava wears a large soft felt slouch
hst at these encounters.- Ha haa met
ofteneat in battle M. Labardeaque, both
theae men being deadly antagonists Aa
each la a wonderful swordsman the
meetings are usually regarded In Parla
aa extremely entertaining.
, ladlee Wltaeea 9ela.
Not Infrequently ladles, are Invited
to wltneaa the proceedlnge. Duels be
twaen these two men are never per
mitted by tha seconds to be fought to
a . finish, .for , Regis and Labardesque
hate each other ao thoroughly that it
la believed -a finish fight would and
In tha death of one or the other. There
fore, the slightest Scratch, drawing a
drop of blood brings the meeting to a
Oersult-Rlchard la another famoua
duellist, who, however, haa dona much
to suppress duelling by making It a
rule never to send a challenge, though
ha never refuses one. One of hla most
famoua flghta waa with the Marqula de
Dion, who elapped M. Oerault-Rlchard
In tha face during a meeting of tha
chamber. The marqula. eonalderlng that
ha waa tha offending party, announced
that he would await M. Oeraull-Rlch-ard'a
seconds. As the Utter never sent
a challenge, the publlo was Interested
to know how ha would meet the diffi
culty. ja did ao by publishing In the
"Petite Republique" an Insulting article
concerning tha marqula, who, after all.
eent aeconda aa a- result In this fight
ths marqula waa badly wounded.
Even In duelling clrclea In France
the tendency aeeme recently to . have
been toward a more, "common aenae"
view J of the - entire matter. Franca
eeeme. In fact to have suddenly awsk
ened to a aenae of tha folly of deciding
a point of honor by a question of good
markamanahlp . or fine - sword play.
Doubtleaathe action of the French
army officer will -result In vigorous
legislative measures being tsken to sup
press duelling altogether. unVss ' tha
practice dies a natural death from the
strong publlo feeling which haa sudden
ly sprung up against It - , .
MUST DIE SOOII OR IVOMAH
111 ESCAPE TRIAL
Mrs; Jennie . L May, Who Shot
Her Traducer. May Not Be '
Tried on Murder Charge.
' (Joarnal gpectel service.) ' '
Washington. Aug. II. If Louis Lu
clen HConen, member of tha Marina
band, who waa ahot September 17. 105,
doean't die before September IT. hla as
sailant, Mrs. Jennie L. May, cannot be
tried for murder. The District of Co
lumbia code provldea that a person a
saulted must die Inside Of a year to
permit tha grand Jury to bring in an
Indictment' for murder In tha f lrat. da-
' Conen and Mrs. May were fast, friends
and the husband of Mrs. May objected
to this friendship so strenuonsly thai
Mrs. May finally yielded and prom
lead to aea Conen no more.1 A , little
later she heard that Conen had made
derogatory remarka - about her, and
meeting him on the atreet she ahot
him. The bullet struck tha spinal col
umn and entered the left lung and
while he la etui alive, tha lower part
of hla body la paralysed and ne hopes
are held out for hla recovery.
Should he survive ths nsxt six weeks.
the only charge that can be brought
against Mrs. May. who la out on bait
will be that of asaault with Intent to
kill. . ,
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Adopted in 60 leading cities In trie United States Here is what they say:
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.The Bervice. of the ' Automatic Telephone in this city ia very '
: eatisf aotory indeed. " i-v-y:j.-' :
; "Aa you probably understand, wa ring up: our party direct and -when
we are through, we disobnriect ourselves., :.... '
"The fact of secrecy is a great, element in business matters.
We can hear distinctly; in fact,, the people in the city are
nuoh pleased with the telephone; and with the servioe. Many of ;
thea would not go back to the Bell even if it were given them
free . ' "'.''-'' - - ' ' ' ' '"'i - y .' ' ' :- r'y "
u . 1: .t'..;-S.. H. BURtfMAi,, President.
C Arrange to "Hitch your house to aHome,H when the solicitor calls. ;V:
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THE HOME TELEPHONE COMPANY, ,2?ZS253
K011AKGER FROM AMERICANS
IN CANADA. SAYS TEDDY
Roosevelt States Canadian Laws
Are Better Administered ,
Than American. . 1.:. ;
nor. uvsoir stswill
Xavaato ef the Tiollay Oar System.
'knawatot of the fMtUway One Tale-
Jo never made an unsuccessful Invention: My first invention was tne. eiewia
fsn. Just aa It la run sll over this country In hot. weather. X didn't get a patent
on It, but see what a tremendous success It is! '.''-.- " a-
, . I next invented the Trolley Car System. Just as It la run todsy.ri made it ,
perfect and aucceaaiul right from: the start. It has never been Improved since
1 Invented It VooH at the millions of money It has msde for the stockholdera,
The stock In the trolley manufacturing companiea aold below 11 cent, a ahare .
In IMS and 19. Poor men could buy that atock then. Thouaande of taem did
buy It. and' every one who held on to it la a rich man today.. ;. 1 , . ', -
No Alan on Earth Ever Lost a Penny
If ao I will make It good." Nest I Invented tha Hallway Car Telephone Syatem. i
It la'a ayatem by which p'aaaengera or train crews can -telephone from still or
moving cara anywhere tha earns aa It seated In an office. It la a -more perfect
system In operation thsn any other telephone you ever saw. This Is on tha road
: .toward, mllljona for, the stockholdere. , , v- ,s' . : y' ; :, ? ' :
This Is riy Greatest Invention
Now l Wave Invented aomethlng bigger and greater than either of the above.
It la called the Bldwell Cold Mtotor. It la guaranteed not to burn out. and la
exactly the kind of a motor the ateam- railroad people have been looking for.
It will change all the ateam railroad-systems over to electrlo roade. because It
will ba cheaper to run than ateam and can be run f aater and mora aafoly than
; The one drawback, tho jrallroads nave naa in cnanging over "
haa been that no motor aa at present made can be run 159 mllee at 0 milea an
hour without burning out. It would melt the very wlrea. . .
By using the' Bfdwell Cold Motor a train of cars could be run from New
York te Ban Francisco without a stop at the rata of 0 or tO miles an hour and
' not even warm up and without a hitch. .' - '..' , ' -'-- '-
no .. th. would he mora aafe and aura than ateam, eost
J less to operate, and would last longer thnn any other motor now known, t
The Bldwell Cold Motor is the greatest Invention out since I Invented the
" trolley 'car.-'. '. -.' ( .-;',-,.. ., ' : i'J' -..':.;,r' .-i. ? ., v;", - ,"v
The Opportunity of a Lifetime
t varv'man'anit woman a chance to coma In with ma on this.
. for I eapect te make million for the atockholdera out of this nsw .
The .took will be aold on the aquare. There will be no hocua pocus about
preferred or common atock, nor any ether aoheme. trick or wrinkle . by which
Zareatoy of the waweu ooia now,,, preferred
Zaveaitoa of tha Water ftleotrie weav anybody can be froser , out. , . ' - . .
. i , Kvtrr dollar invtwwMi win rir - - -
mteli;:7;"-' " " Every .hare will be exactly like every ether .hare. Tha vm r -h;a
tie a. it.. - tk. -a. a..aew Mhaf aihara. . In a.rlOrt. inert) Will Of" HUtfllllB HUi en eH"' a
Will gjet ins BMinieK mm vnej uiviu via eieij w v - ... i-
atock Id fully paid and non-aasessable. - . 'i ," - ... ' , ,f ,h.t ,to,khoIder gate a Bouare
. i have a lirelong reputation xor square aeaung. :. wh . i -
deal on thla , ' ' - ; ... "' k .n' tha lahnr anl wasea in the
Mora money la made every day by good juagmem in mvwi.p ' - . ..... -
c . hMwa fnwHtiMHiii in T ma bxotk win muc ium. - v ... ....
You will never get rich on w.gea No on. aver did. Bvery man in this wnrtd who f
. .... innMn.nt Kiuxn inn ta nnaara. xou aiana more cramt "
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mente are right the other way. ' Maae a saie inrmunmi y ( ,- , .: -. .;.-.
Don t hesitate about this stock, it is aoaoiutciy ai :
r. Here Is an Important Point to Remember
There navaa haa bean a f aUuaa of eoaaeqoaaoe la eleotrloal saaauJaeturlag.
mensely euccessfuL All pay blg-dlvldenda and have maue inoir invewr
Thla company win soon ne one o. nt "'" LJ. " . . ""..-. i. ,d hut will have to sooner
Stop and. think Of that-All are 1m--
In tha world.
Tki. - m ha in nxnaa there la not a nlaca now Where
or later change for the Bldwell Cold Motor or Generator, why T Because we
kind known, - '. : . f . . ,i;Vi , ' ... ;. .
.. fc. . that. IHH llthflf
umav viHTftuuii ...... vj
Says: "The Way to Get
i Rich Is to Invest in Ne-.
The Bldwell Cold Motor la one of the greatest neceaaltles of
the twentieth century. This Block has already taken five
iumdi uo. Now la the time to buy. , It will soon advance.
Tha profit Is yours. Don't speculateInvest. Hera you t
have a neceaaity. t.ooa i m
these people made hie fortune by supplying aome great
Leiter ': -.
Uearaal tBertal Serviee.l -.
Ottawa. Ont., Aug. 1 President
Roosevelt has answered for tha good
conduct politically of many thousands
of hla fellow-cltlssns who sre'now tak
ing up homea In tha Canadian west. - -
F. W. Heubach. well known ui eon
nectlon . with tha Winnipeg exhibition.
who haa Juat arrived at Montreal and la
now discussing tha Battling up of the
west, related how ha qulta recently dis
cussed this matter with the president.
Hsubach stated he did not fear the con
sequences of tha so-called American In
vaslon. and tha prealdent said:
"Tha - danger la even leaa than you
Imagine. Americana who are now going
Into your western country will find your
lawe Just aa good aa those they left
behind and they will, find them better
administered In the bargain. They will
aettle down to work eut a happy deatlny
under your flag and will never Ameri
AMERICAN PROFESSOR V
Y - ARRESTED AT MOSCOW
" ' ' : V .
(Jearaal Sstelal lerviee.) '
George H. Blakealea of Clark unlver-
it. m wrtMiftip. lfaaaaehuaatta ' waa
erreeted aa a auspldoua character and
releaaad upon tha raqueat of American
Consul Smith , at Moacow. Professor
Blakeslaa waa aocompanted by a newa
paper man, - M. N. Lubelskl, and ia
studying conditions In the provinces. .
CALUMET AND HECLA
PAYS BIO DIVIDEND
' -l (Jearaal ipwitl Barvlee.)
Boston. Aug. It. Ths Calumst A
Mecla Mining company haa declared a
dividend of MO a share, an Ineresse of
$1 ovsr tho last payment, which waa
made June . -
GRAND JURY FAILS '
TO INDICT ICE TRUST
Heinxe ? '
Here Is the way "manufacturing stocks In necessities Jumps
, '-..'i. -.- ...(-! ,. . '( " lire Sold at.- Wow SeU at
fki xiaetrla Tnwt "a . , , aiav.oo
Quaker Oata, eoauaom
Amartoaa Xadlator, oommoi ...
ammoaa smnuif ........
And this Is only a
.. 4Be ', ' 14 00
soe SlSo.00 "
Safer and aurer than life insur-'
ance or truat atocks. All this advance haa been made In 10
yeara and less.. - . '
I will supply the greatest necessity now known In tha
businesB world. The demsnd Is so Urge that It will make
all of us rich. If you want to get in with me on thla you
will have te be quick about It. The atock ia eelling like hot
cakes. - , ,. . 1 ' . , -.-' ' ;
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(Umnl apeetal Servlea,) -lfew
Tofk, Aug. l.-'The grand Jury
report today failed to Indict the mem
bers of the Ice truat. "It taunderstood
the Investigation will be continued.
Tae aae aaasy Want Ada la todare
renaaal that will tatereae ywa. '
These Are Cold FactsYou M
If you want aome of thla ateck at the present low price you must come In now. There la only a small amount, to
rmly-b?ue7e"h ahort time the atock will be ealllnV at $S a share! ' Thl. Is your ' WrtunltV: It la
. ' ... ITX,. n.nric or not at alL As to eur reliability and financial standing we refer you t any commercial
agencyf - .w. j ..4 ..m.. t. ' tn ih ma n: thla hie deal I have decided to asll
In oroer to maae ii pomiun ir . . w 7 -w...... .. ... ... . v" - , .
tha atock for a ahort time only at the following prices: . ii(im,
the "i39 M. 100 afcaiwa, aeo.OO ISO eaaaea, SaT.SOl BOO shares, 1 80.00 1 IM shares, 16fl.Mi 800 shares, 100
500 saarea, gae.oi ukwi e"i - , " .
.firVi? f Our "Monthly '-Payment;- Plan x ? r;;
ba atvaa. Sajo eaah and five monthly faymaata of Sa.00 eaehi 100 shares, $la.0O eaah, aln monthly payments ef s.00
i.a Viaw e. smonthiy payms of S13.M eaehi too aharM, S03.M eaah, eere -oathly payntente of
Sliib., see sha. SSfOKl atkiy py-aat, , of 'ui
naymanta of B33.SO eaoai. ovw . aw.ww y"t - - . ' '
monthly paymema eww.av 1 iwni - - .j
Sead all money by bank draft, express money order, postoffice order or registered letter.
Special to Electric Light Men and Manufacturers
f' Aa Im ah a aw et ea at aa rt. tthsra wX'ge halVge tTOOItl to employ 100 people.
.7nTaJJ-.Md li "d cold generator, for are
TtrJ.- .Luhnurlni tha Bldwell Cold Motors.
and incandescent lights on a guarantse not to burn out for 10 yesrs.
anteed not to burn out for tnree yeara.
Also eelf-coollng motore and generators, guar-
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explain anything you do not underatand. . ' i
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