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VOU XLV1.-MO. I4.46A.-
POKTLAMD. OREtiOK. FRIDAY. APRIL 19, 1901.
; Battle Eesults In Fatal In-
i Jury of Maniac and Wound
ing of Policeman.. "
! MADMAN OPENS FIBB
FEOM CAEBAUN BOOF
.While Driving 'Along Street blue-
coat Are Surprised bjr Fusillade
i From Above and Hot Fight En
sues In Which Two Are Hurt.
" . ' MMTM) llKtI 8TlM.
. Ban Francisco, May II. A battle be
tween a 4imdM oar. striker and two
polloemen at Twenty-third and Ken
tuekjr street carbarn 'laat bight result
ed In the ratal Injury of the former and
the serious wounding. ofc-Dt. Jtt the
policemen. The dying carman la Field
man Reddish and James Moran la the
wounded policeman. " ' -
The fight took place shortly after f
o'clock. Koran and Special Policeman
J. St ohm were driving peat - the car
barn In n buggy, when the- carman
opened fire oa them from' the roof of
the place, one of the first bullets strik
ing Moran In the leg. i
Both policemen returned the ' fire.
Reddish was standing on top of the
reor near ths edge and, In plain-view,
The potloemen 1 emptied their revolvers
and Reddish fell prone oa the roof, mor
tally wounded, four bullets having taken
effect In his body.' He was rushed to
n .hospital; where Dr. fitone stated that
death , was "a question . of . but ' a 'few
hours." 'The 'carman was wounded once
In the - abdomen, once - In the law and
tlwce In the chest.' He baa not. regained
consciousness. . t ; , . ,
: Though bis left leg was badly shat
tered by the madman's bullet. Policeman
Moran whipped out his revolver and
fired several shots while lying In a pool
of blood on the ground at the-side of
the none and buggy. Nobody seems
to know how Reddish managed to climb
on the roof of the carbarn. .
: BEAUTY CONTESTANT
.' BECOMES ABEIDE
v First of young Women Whose Pfo--tTtarM
Appeared la The Journal
A'. ''! Linn Farmer's Wife.-
"- That contestants la The Journars
beauty contest do not find It difficult
to secure husbands was Illustrated In
the marriage of Miss Mattle A. Feebler,
one of the prettiest conteetanta, to W.
.Mrs, MatUe A. Peebler McKlnnon.
A. McKlnnon, a A.clt-known farmer of
Linn county, Tuesday, May 11, at the
tiome of Ml as Peebler's sister, Mrs. M.
J.-Taylor. (SI East Burnslde street. ,
Miss Peebler Is ths first of The Jour
nal contestants to marry since the cam
paign was atarted to find the most
beautiful woman In Oregon. Because
of the fact that the happy couple went
to Albany directly after the marriage.
It could not be learned whether It was
duo to ths fart that Mrs. McKlnnon's
picture' was seen In The Journal by
Mr. McKlnnon and a happy romance was
the result or not. But since the beauty
contest started severs! weeks ago. ru
mor has it that many of the contestants
eve become engaged to young men who
ave become enamored - of the future
brides by seeing their pictures in The
Journars contest. '- v .
. GIVES EMPLOYMENT
Payrolls of Portland Railways, Light
i A Power Company Grow .'
Several hundred employee wlU, have
been added to the pay rolls of the Port
' land Railway, Light Power company
: by tomorrow evening because of new
and additional service
New service Includes the Oaks sys
tem, considerably augmented yesterday
when the Oaks was opened; the -all-eaat
' service to be started tomorrow and the
' operation cf.the Troutdale extenalon of
the SprlngwSter division." Besides more
'cars will be put on the lines In the city
.' to take care of summsr traffic These
'. latter! are erinclDelly new open cars.
ThaMactlon company has ordered 1.1S0
fins of grooved rails for repair work.
The shipment is expected during the
summer some time..
some , ' :v'vy:r
" a. Are-hurt by Coffee. '
Can be assimilated by '
ths weakest stomach.
Tt-rt'l a f-trrn
Hi ' $
r ' ' - s
: ' 4
- J on
' S1 iL 1
OoavtneUc srrtdenoe stnppereed by
: raejraate. That Must Ooavtnoe .
tae Mont StopiUoal. ,
Dr. Williams' Pink Pills are a doctor's
prescription, used by an .eminent prac
titioner, and for nearly a generation
knows as a reliable household remedy
throughout the United States. Need'
less to say, no advertised medicine
could retain popular favor for so long a
period without bavins; great merit and
it is the Invaluable curative properties
oi tna puis - tnet nave maae aoem-'
standard ' remedy In . every civilised
country in the world. Added to this Is
the absolute guarantee that the . pills
contain no harmful drug, opiate, nar
cotic or stimulant. - A recent evidence
of their efneaer la found In the state
ment of Mrs. N. & Whitley of Boxley.
Ark., who says:
"x bad suffered for a good many years
from stomach trouble. - for a long time
I was .subject to bad spells of falntaesa
and 'lack of breath accompanied by an
Indescribable . feeling that - seemed to
start in my stomach. Whenever ! wss
a, little run-down or ever-tired, these
spells would oome on. They occurred
frequently but did not last very long.
"T r "flnad In tnr l for ten
weeks one time and the docTor pro
nounced my trouble chronlo Inflamma
tion of the stomach and bowela. i Since
that time I have been subject to the
fainting spells and at other times to
fluttering of the heart and a feeling as
though I wassmotherlng. My general
health was very bad and 'I was weak
I had seen Dr.-Williams Pink Pllla
mentioned In the newspapers and de
cided to try them. When I began tak
ing the pills I wee run-down In
ttrength that I could hardly do ; any
houeework. . Now 1 could ..walk ten
miles tf neeeeeary. Both my buaband
and myself think Dr. Williams' Pink
Pills ths best : medicine made and we
always recommend - the puis to-nur
Dr. Williams' Pink Fills actually make
asw blood and give strength and tone to
every part of the body. They- have
cured serious disorders of the blood and
nerves. Such as rheumatism, sciatica,
anaemia, nervousness, - headaches, par
tial t paralysis, locomotor ataxia, 8t
Vitas dance and many forma of weak
ness In sither sex. - They ere sold by
all druggists or will be sent, postpaid,
on receipt of prioe, 69 cents per box,
six boxes for tl.(0. by the Dr. Williams
Medicine company, Schsneotady, N. T.
LAWtEE MOSEB TAKES
EXCEPTION TO AETICLE
Meeting Tneeday Evening for AH lav
" . bor Men, Kot Cigar Men, ;
J;Bmj9 Attorney. ':
' One C Moeer takes exception tonn
article In The Journal describing a secret-meeting
.bald .Tuesday night In
Allsky halt It was current report that
the meeting was called for the purpose
of - having . the cigar . man of -ths' city
and varloua, union men meet with Mr.
Devlin for 'the purpose of discussing
conditions which may arise should Mr.
Devlin be elected mayor. It is believed
firmly by the cigar men: of the city that
the slot machines will be allowed back
on the counters In the event of Mr. Dev
lin's election, and some of them stated
beforehand that the meeting was called
to discuss this question, s i . r-i
The meeting was a very . quiet one
and secret, reporters - being asksd to
leave. The letter , of Mr. Moeer fol
lows: .'-.-... - . .
Portland, May It. To the Editor of
The Journal la your Issue of Wednes
day yon published on the nrat page.
unaer glaring headlines,' an article con
corning a meeting of labor people held
at Allsky hall on Tuesday evening that
la so misleading that I cannot permit It
to pass unchallenged, and I therefore
ask, that In all fairness you publish this
letter as conspicuously as you did the
gitmi artit'ie. - "
Ths srtlale Is misleading, because It
seeks to give out the Impression thst
a secret meeting was held with the
elgarmakers and cigar store employes
for the purpose of giving assurance to
them that in the event of Mr. Devrtn
election poker games and slot machines
will te Uowed to reeume operations.
This Is untrue, because no 'such' assur
ance was given," , .:
The meeting was not a meetlnr of
cigar men- it was n meeting of labor
men of mdny different lines, and It was
not a meeting of II men, but of at least
T men. v- v-
I am- reliably informed that there
have been held similar meetings .of
labor .men which were addressed by
supportsrs ef Mayor Lane, and I do not
see why the Democratic nominee ahould
have a monopoly en sucR meetings.
The article Is also emphatically m
correct In saying that I was one of the
promoters of the meeting. I had abso
lutely nothing to do with the promo
tion thereof. I was Invited to be pres
ent as a speaker, to discuss the Issues
Involved In. this campaign, and I did
so from the standpoint of a Republican
who believes that Mr. Devlin Is better
qualified than Dr. Lane to properly per
form tne duties of mayor of this bean
tlful, prosperous and rapidly growlngi
city, ana mat ne wiu give us a good,
clean and honeet administration.' He
has said repeatedly on the platform dur
ing this campaign that. If sleeted, he
will suppress gambling In every form,
and he made no different promise at.the
meeting referred to.
I earnestly resent the reflection that
has been cast upon both, Mrv Devlin and
myself, aa well the others who par
ticipated in the meeting, by the article
mentioned, and In the interests of Jus
tice request that you .correctly Inform
your readers by the publication hereof.
Kcspectmyy, qua C MOSER,
v;; iN-DiPirriiEBiA cases
Health Officer Wheeler Makes In
vestlgate 'at Snnnyaide and ,
' . Takes Protective Measnrea. '
Relative to complaints from Bunny
side that diphtheria Is raging' among
the school' children; that the disease or
iginated -from defective plumbing In the
school building, and that ths olty health
office' neglected to prevent Its spread.
Dr. C H. Wheeler this mornln denied
that -euea- was the oass and asserted that
as soon ss the. matter wss reported to
him he took steps, toward esarainlng ths
pupils, fumigating the building and Iso
lating the afflicted. . , ..
The flret.that I knew of the exist
ence ef diphtheria," said Dr. -Wheeler,
this morning, waa through a telephone
messaga from Principal K. O. Curtis of
the bunnyaide school. He said that
a number of children were est of school
t socount of sickness and with a list
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MlfflWlK nOSr WTOffi CttMB'SrOSlE in the
of those sbsent furnished by hire. I be
gan aa investigation which lasted one
entire mornios lfoud-wer three
children Buffeting from diphtheria and
detected one ease In the school room.
These I promptly put under quarantine
end ordered the green flag to be dis
played. This ought te be sufficient
warning and If It la not I shall feel
obliged to station policemen at the quar
antined places, to. see that orders are
enforced. . , '
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the unnrslde school there baa never
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been a suggestion ef poor plumbing and
the closing of one of the boys' base-
(mefltt, - at Mr. 'Curtis Is quoted as say-
Ing. was not reported to . either the
health office or the plumbing inspector.
Today I Intend to complete the Investi
gation of the plumbing. The entire
achool building waa thoroughly fumi
gated ,Wedneedsy an ""r.ur ix- morn
ing, s v
. "That diphtheria exlstf at Sunnyalds
Is due to the fact that parents are not
familiar with -ths early stages of ths
disease and fall to secure medical serv-
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Six Styles on Sale
Ice or Inform the health office, Under
such conditions our efforts to prevent
ths spread of the disease are doubly
handicapped.". . ; , .
One death has occurred from the vtr
slent malady at Bunnyaide. being In the
family of C. Qreen. a grocer, on the
corner of Belmoat and Thirty-third
streets. Another child is down with the
disease st ths Green home and It exists
In the Coomer and Davis families In
the same vicinity. Dr. Wheeler does
not: believe there are over four or five
cases at Bunny tide. .
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Are yon going; east? Do not for- '
get oar excellent service and that
jroa can make the renowned Yew '
i-iji'ijXh lowtton Park trip when using our f- .""
, "7 " . ', ' - i line at yery little additional cost. : . '
ItVERY LUXURT OF TRAVI.rMj
p1 For rates
By oooperatlon - on the part ef the
health efflc. the echool authorltlee and
parenta It la hoped to check the spread
In Its early stages. .. .' ' '
Free Cook Book.
Kvery woman who saves the Royal
Bakery Vlct-rlal ad series now appear
ing I". f ' -. c-e t-' rr'--y. v 1
rece- I . I t i I '
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and information call on or address
, A. D. CHARLTON. A. 0. P. A.
Ticket Office Third and Morrison Street.
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(ftpertal tXegatrh te Tie J
Lafayette, Or., ay t-r
Evangelical church ' li '
and beautified. IT 1
Ing a coat cf i
paper that v ' i