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VOL. VI. NO. 33
V-Vfc : ( PORTLAND .OREGON,- FRIDAY.." EVENING, APRIL 12, I807.TWENTY PAGES.
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New; York, .April lJU-(Bul-letin.)Th
Thaw jury reported
to the cdurft-at 4 :30 this afternoon
that they were unable 'to agree,
ind Were discharged from further
consideration; of the case.-Thaw
will be tried again as soon as
date can be agreed upon! ' Thaw
Is on the verge "of collapse.?, Eve
lyn fainted when she heard the
fury's report.; : . f- .
4Joanut Bpctal trrtr.t :
Keif 'York. April It. With Harry
Thav'a Juror . out 41 tioura without
roaohlna an aaTMmenU It h araarally
oaUavad about court that th onlr po.
Ible reault la a mlatrlaL Bvcrr hour
today addM , to thia belief. .Wbn the
court recoBrcned thla afternoon there
waa little hope of a declaloa. The Juror
were M anxloo to be relieved of tbe
long etrela that ther remained In execu
tive elon while tber ate their lunch.
which wa eerred W ;them behind the
looked aoora or in conrereae room.
It I rumored the Jury stand nine for
a mandaug-hter verdict and three for
acquittal. . " r-i
With 'eucn'tnoDi about 'tbe court
bouae that It la neceeaary' to call for
reaerve' to prevent the women of the
Thaw party front belnr trampled ander
foot, the intenae pubilo interest aeem
to continually Inoreaae. Crowd . war
(Continued on Pace, Three.)
; ill MII0USE
Mrs. Von,Claussen Declares That
' Roosavert Is Bombastic and
Doesn't Stand for a Square
I Deal to Women. SX-
(Jearaal SpeMel Serrle. ,
tWaahlnfton, t. C. April lt-Mra,
Von Clauaaen ha left Waahln'toa for
Kw Tork. declaring that "Mr. Boosevelt
tt borobaaUo. I am only aeeaipg repar
tition for the Insult 'Offered American
womanhood by the rafuaal of the mln
jitr to preemit m to . the court In
Sweden. I will maintain my fight until
vindicated. " . . j
"President Roosevelt hold ,a high
and powerful office, but I shall dem
onntrat to him that oven with all the
official power elothtng him, he cannot
deny Justice to a -weman- who domand
only falrnee. ',,'.:
"t have been under, the Impression
that any American woman with a
"grievance, such as ny ease presents,
ji-ould get Justice. 'But It I all a mis
ts It e. There la no Justice at the White
.iltiuse. . - .
j Kirs. Von Claushen I the daughter of
Udolph "Clsussen, a wealthy retired mer
rhsnt of New York, and la a part owner
lif the Hotel Lorraine In her own right.
Hhe wat married and divorced, resamtng
y,,r maiden name, and ha a daughter
Tr old. On her return from Europe,
few day ago, she made a written
loomBlntnt to the president about the so.
Mnnlof the American minister and hi
lfn declining to present her at the
ftwedlsh court after she had an elab
orate presentation gown made In Facia.
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.'" ..v.fv;' ::.- K:' O'i .'':"! .tr.VtrT-y ., v,' ,
rSnapahot. of 'Jtfrk William f ThawU the' prisoner' motherland'' herdaugh-
x, ter. the Countess of YarmonthL leaving the crtmlnal courts building-. i
i: ii. - " - i ' . t , 1 . . , l
Silas -Christman of alt Lake, Incinerated in
i ry: Fire jThatj Detf dyed Radium? Springs;
(Bpeelel- DtsBatebe e JeraU
. Baker City, x Or, April Crippled
with rtieumatlaro ' so he eould hardly
walk, suffocated tur smoke which, rolled
around hi had. rn oloud before ws
aware anything wa wrong, cut off from
escape bar the darting 'tonga of flame,
Silas Chrlatman of Bait Lake bravely
battled for life until he was " rendered
unconscious,- when he fell Into the midst
of the flames aad wa burned to death
In a fire which destroyed the Radium
Sprlnga health resort, a mil west of
Halnea between S and .' S o'clock t this
morning.;-- -.-, . ut- , ... .4 ,, ..
origin., consumed;. tbe sntlre resort do-,
ing' damage amounting to 50,000r leav
yThe fire, which waa f -mysteriou
Ing nothing standing but the shack ueed
a an engine houtte and an old touut.
Insurance amounting to-M4,t0 covered
the buUdlng. . .
. There were alx people In . the hotel
wben,it -caught fire, all eocaplag but
Chrlatman. Beside the dead mas there
were, three other patients in the resort
and two employee. The patient were
Mrs.- Dennis of Sumpter, Mrs, Pleber
of Pleasant-Valley and Mrs. June South
(Contlnaed .oo Page- Three.)
v , That is ; the , all-absorbing topic. , Thera are as . many
'ideals as there are' persons to have those ideals. y ,' ; o
T iTa, thrbw'light'uponithis'rriooted question,-the leading ' ! !
3 photographers of Portland discuss it, in next, 'Sunday's . J J
journal. - XVZC-J'f JU , 'r'. ;
x In takings photograph, fully, as much dependsvupon the .
good looks the other the setting. '-r ry -.'r -J
' ;, Hence photographers', views upon beauty 'in women are ' '
interesting, instructive and worth while.' ',; 1 1' '.'
".' One 'things all' local photographers agreeupon, and tnat-
is that the Oregon woman is the most' beautiful of alb V " V
; Reaid' About It 'nthe7beigktral:.U:i:
i " SUNDAY' JOURNAL , '. ' vi!
, ' '. . y ' '. , ..'" )"' .-' . .
" And see .the- second .installment of. these : heautiful .OregoiC.', '
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j . Imprlonn In !a f small . pantry, es
cape ut. Ktt ". by the collapse of the
burning , roof, , thej Are from which , Ut-
rJly wrapped -hi body In fames. 0m
C Wlljj of -Lenta, a member- OP the
real estate Brrn of Wiley, Allen Co., f
was rescued yesterday afternoon by ho-f
Ing dragged through tho . bole in- .the
side of the burning Don residence,
which'-the neighbor Hn frantic haato
bad chopped la order to save the man's
life. - !.. v- ';.; j ,V a JN,
' Wll-y eoat .-was burned from -hi
back, his arms painfully seared and his
face, - which oanght the full blast of
the flames during the few minutes he
was , held , like a rat in a trap.
frightfully, burned.. ( The iskln peeled
from bla face In tbe terrlflo heat. - -
At limit of JTadaxanoe. - j
"Thirty seoonds more and X would
not have been here to tell the story."
he said , this morning while lying in
bed. "for I had held my breath to the
limit of numai endurance t prevent
the heat from entering my lunge and
killing -dm. Fresh -air never - tasted
sweeter than when they dragged tno
head-first through tbe hole In the side
of the building. I'm fortunate to have
aaved my Ufa"
The Dom house which burned' to the
ground 1 yesterday at noon ,1a altuated
two mile east of Lenta It was a two
story structure withla a short distance
of a farm owned . by the Wiley. Mr
WUey drove out to hi place from Lents
yesterday forenoon and waa in . front
of Dom e. house when be 'heard -the cry
(Contlnaed on Page Three.)
Persistent Rustler , Who Tried to
Jam Through a New Resident
for Registration (a Thrown Out
and Abe Tichper ; Goes Also.
Overealoueoandldtee "for- mantclcal
efflce are making atrenuons efforts to
register their friend, whether the lat
ter are enUUed by law to the franchise
or . not - During , the . past 1 two . days
boo res ef attempta have been made to
register Illegal voters, -
This .morning on of the ' "registra
tion rustlers" waa so offensively insist.
ant that it became necessary to throw
him . bodily out of the county clerk's
onto. . Abe Tlchner, who had com with
him to back htm up In Ms -demand that
a certain Individual be regiatei'ed. tried
to Interfere in favor of his friend, and
Tlchner himself waa . shoved out .Into
the corridor.- - . : Z -
The rustler m question bad brousht
In a good many- would-be voters, some
of ft hem of questionable standing, yes
terday he bronght In a man who, under
oath. woY 'than- he had been In the
county but als weeka .The . rustier
"butted In" to prompt hlra and Denutr
Snyder told him, to rotnd .hta own bust,
nesa- The fellow went away, but re
turned with the asm party today and
with Abe. Tlchner to vouch for-, him.
He became abusive and Policeman Smith
threw him out. . ... ..,.- 1
Registration was font and furious to.
flaV. but no J further trouble . oncurred
except that two men1 who wanted to
register iwlthoat taking their plaoea In
line were put out. - ;
Yesterttnv the rrirlntrtttW we K71.
This brings-the total of new 'reglel ra-
lons lift to 1,8.1', the number of changes
to Of the new RHinne 1,41a ure
revlstered as R.pnhl loans, tit. Demo
crats and Jit as refused, .
Demented f Sailor Taiceaf to Fire
y EscapetoYGet Away 4 From
. Graft. Prosecutor Hurls Cof--"'
fee CiipV at'j PassWbyJ and
' Rghta Police in Mid Air.' :' J
vi ;": 1?A'.; " " 1 . '. V ., .-' '
''' ' '(Joeraal'Spert! Servt'r.) . v '.'
ASan' Francisco April' 11. Fer.'lt nrln
site - yesterday ' afternoon Polloeroan
Kruger battled with John ' Andeiajon. a
demented 'sailor,-on a' fir 'escape of the
DeTmar 'hotBl, fcn ! Third-street near
Howard The ,'etrugir)e took place In
sight of f hundreds of pedestrians,, who
Jaaiesi Matblas WUllamg and' Three
.-. o HU Wives. , v ,
gasedr In fear t at . the - two , men las ; thy.
fought job 'i the j narrow ehelfvt 0 feat
above ' the errotmd, It wa' only After as
sistance arrived that the policeman was
able, to subdue the prjsoner. ."-..- - , ,
- Andereonjwas, laboring t under ,the; de
lusion, that ba .waa -bajng pursued. by
Francis J. Heney and Detective Bursa.
He rustled Into the Delmar hotel,' seised
a o.ua nuty. or crockery intn" knenen
and then climbed to the : third story,
where he took a station on the - Ore es
cape. : He then began hurling coffee
oupe and platter at passers-by.
The Insane sailor defied Heney or
Burns to capture him. Kruger took the
dare ' and several times the struggling
men 'almost ' toppled into the - street.
Anderson wae taken to the central po
lice station, where he was charged with
Insanity. . .
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f ' ' - - ;! i ; ' !.
WIFE liUniBER ONE
HELPED Mifil WED
Archbigamlst Offers to Confess
juidTell Story of Numerous
Weddings If 4-lis First Spouse
Is Given Immunity."
' J- ' rjeanal gnertal aWrtea.V ' .
' Philadelphia, ' April UWtth 1S
wives, assisted ' by ' the first In marry
Ing the last lit " of them, James
Mathlae-WHHema, alia Jamas Mar-
ahall, Is under - arreat - here. He has
eonfessed - to being '. a 'bigamist He
would not admit the total number, how
ever, though the police claim that they
have evidence of hi lit weddings.
With all theae wives on- his handa
Williams remains tree to the flrst. and
aaya If the polios will not prosecute the
first wife,, who aided him in -marrying
... (Continued en Page Two.)
VJlLSOIi TO QUIT
Secretary of Agriculture Said to
Y Be V Angry Over t Roosevelfs
"X Interfefence-ustains t Sub
. ordinate oriAppeal in Whiskey
, Case -f aft Sides With' Wilson
flearaal SnMtat Wmtr.l
Washington, April 12. It is tbe broad
intimation . in well Informed, auartera
that Secretary ' of - Agriculture (.Wilson
may , use ; sucn um Dress at President
Rooeevelt'a reversal of Wilson' decision
In the whiskey controversy as may. lead
to a change In the cabinet. '- The presi
dent has een fit to reject -the conclu
sion of. Wilson about mixing and blend.
Ing whiskey. ,- --;-. . . ;
SecreUry Wilson held on bis aid' a
strong faction of tbs cabinet.' hut Rmi
aad Bonaparte were against him and the
people wno ravored the most rigid inter
pretation of the pure food law were
among , his opponents. Becretarr Taf t
was art earnest UDDorter of th
tary of agriculture- and I said to be
much chagrined at the decision, which
lurai imuuiiiM .WAUiaey Interests In
The matter ' waa in a mr.M...i,t.
degree a fight between the Ohio and
Kentucky distilleries and the Kentucky
people won. Dr. Harvey W. Wiley,
ohlef chemist-in the department of ag
riculture, was against Secreterv tini.
son and had the ease appealed to the
president,' who decision amounts to re
versing, a cabinet -of f loer- Atl thaw 1.4wrf fej.
of that officer's own auboMinmto. i
PRETTY. 14-YEAR-OLD GIRL :
MISSING FROM HO M E. 4 DAYS
. . . -
. ' - Oard Ponad by Sfotkar. - -
e ' I've got a feeling for you. '
e Holding' hands a specialty. , ;
. CHAS. H. CREWS,
e Wholesale dealer In love, kisses e
' , and up-to-dat -huga ,-
'1 have no solicitor. All claiming e
e . to" be are fraud.
Bole proprietor of Lovers' Lana e
... A -trial 4-aU -I iaakvJ e
Bpeelal attention to other fel-
e leVs glHa' , ; '- -..'
On the-reverse side e
' - WE. t'g A COMPANY, - '
' ! h - ... Heert Brokers.
Of floe hours from one until won. e
e ' TJ." Klssem and 1 Hug gam, Stat
. . Agents.'- ,
Neat door to matrimoay;. ; - e
Cttyof 'Happiness. . . e
' 8ttef Cohtentment, '' . e
e ' e 4
Kvery nook- artd eorner of, tits 4ty I
hrlnd searched by ' the police for anma
trace of pretty . !Usl D)y. the 14.
vear-old dnughter of P. A. Daley of 'the
Portland Machinery company, who mys
teriously disappeared from her home en
HazelrDaley Mysterioudy Disappears Vhil
on Her: Way to East Side High .School.
Urd hound Among Her Belongin
the east, aide last Monday morning. : The
girl's strange behavior la Inexplicable to
the grlef-strloksn relatives and they
fear that- some harm has befallen the
Child.;" i "- .- !'.', j i , i
The authArltles have ascertained that
little 14 Is Daley has -sought employ
ment 'at several bouses in-tha rewidenee
district upon the representation tlint she
waa an' orphan from California. From
several - circumstances thut have eome
to light as the result of the disappear
ance it was at first thought that
Charles H. Crews; a motoranan on 'the
Jerfnrsnn street llr.e of the - Portland
Railway, Light A Power company,
coni-vrnee' In the" aat-e of the girl.
The etreetrvar mn brousht to
headiuartora and uM"-t- to a sear. h.
Ing esatnlnaflon by C I ii f Orltsmach- r.
lie wa al ls to prove u.at en ilor . j
of two y
sight ha ana another
been r In the company
- The dotectl-. tn" t: t F A 1
the girl's f,, r, u Ruli.,.,,"y
allegation thnf Cr- h., h. -n i
habit of meet.- r tl.4 cl.u.l a.-s- r c
houre and brlr- , ,g h,.r vr t , -.
Sloe. 1 ills (.. i tnr,t I.
gatnd and Cr
before the poll. ,
On Monil,iy n
her home st tf.
wav to the ,
Stu l"nt. A
at the u ii t
r-i . i...
rlv..,l end t .
n.mv he s
i-.l e i k. .,l .,.. . .