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SAYS HE WAS JAILED
TO AID MINI SHARKS
John M. Young Gives His Experi
ence With the Spokane Police
Force.
John M. Young, 411 Second ave
nue, who was recently released
from the city Jail, thinks that he
was made the victim of some min
ing brokers, who, fearful that he
might spend the money he had,
caused his arrest on a charge of in
toxication. He was given 30 days
in the police court, but released
after he had served seven days of
the term.
On his release from Jail he was
met at the door of the police sta
tion by a woman mining broker
that had pursued him for weeks
and urged to immediately go to
her office and close a deal for
stock in which it was planned to
have Young invest 1800. He never
invested and thinks that he was in
tended as the victim of a con
spiracy.
"These mining brokers knew
that i had some $1000 in cash." said
Young, who has been a laborer in
construction work, "as they had
previously sold me stock to the
extent of 1200 or 1300. They were
after me again and had a deal
framed up to sell me $800 of the
same stock, known as the Alaska
River ited Development Co., when
I became suspicious or their move
ments. A woman agent was then
set on my trail and she followed
me for days. However, I gave my
money tor safe keeping to a saloon
man on Main avenue and he de
posited it for me in a bank.
"About this time I was accosted
by Detective McDonald of the city
police department and told that
SMALLPOX AT
LOCAL SCHOOL
It was discovered today that a
student of the Jefferson school, a
son of Mrs. Ada Palmer of 3507
South Sherman street, had contract
ed a case of smallpox.
He was a pupil of the sixth
grade and had been attending
school until yesterday. School was
dismissed today and children who
are not vaccinated will not be per
mitted to reenter school for 10
days.
CHARGED WITH DESERTION.
Jesse Elmore, charged with de
sertion and refusal to provide for
his wife and three children, under
the ages of 16 years, was arraigned
before Justice of the Peace Hyde
today and pleaded not guilty. He
will have a hearing next week.
INDICTED COMMISSIONER ILL
(By United Press Leased Wire)
SAX FRANCISCO. April 29.—Po
lice Commissioner Harry P. Flan
nery, indicted this afternoon by the
grand jury in Marin county on a
charge flg grand larceny, is ill at
his iuune with brain fever.
Sinton The Tailor
228 RIVERSIDE AYE.
Properly Tailored Spring Suit at a
Moderate Price.
The Housewife's Friend
WASHCLEAN
makes your clothes white as
snow: no rubbing necessary. The
steam concussion and boiline
water removes every particle of
dirt from the clothes, so that
nothing can remain in them.
No acids or injurious chemic
als contained in Washclean.
Eight washings for 25c.
T. t. WESTLAKE
336 Riverside Aye.
Buy Your New
Spring Outfit
Here
TOMORROW. WE'LL SAVE YOU
ABOUT ONE HALF WHAT YOU WOULD
PAY ELSEWHERE.
RASPER 528 MfllN
l\nill felt NEAR HOWARD St
"THE HOUSE OF GOOD VALUES''
Chief Sullivan wanted to see me.
1 went with him part of the way
to the police station and then said
that if Chief Sullivan wanted to
see me he could send after me. He
then placed me under arrest and I
was booked for Intoxication, a I
though 1 caa show that at the time
I was perfectly Sober, l was tried
before Judge Mann, found guilty
and given a 30 days sentence. 1
admit that 1 had been drinking a
little before that, but on the day
of my arrest l was perfectly sober,
as you see me today .
"The hank-'i- that hid my money
was Induced by my friends to tele
phone to the police that my money
was on deposit there and soon
thereafter I was released.
"No sooner had 1 got outside the
doors ot the police Station than
the woman, mining broker was
there to meet me. She was In a
great hurry and wanted nic to go
to her office at once to close up
the $m«i deal I had by this time
been put next to the scheme and
declined to go further. How she
knew the exact hour of my release
is- more than 1 can explain.
"1 have mi charge to make, be
yond thai it looks to me as if I
was railroaded' to the city Jail
in order to he kept in good trim for
the mining sharks when I got out.
"They were evidently afraid that
1 would spend or give away my
money, to their prospective detri
ment, and when they found that
it was safely stowed away in the
bank they concluded that the farce
as to the jail imprisonment had
gone far enouah."
CLAIMED TO BE DYING
BECAUSE OF "FAST"
CURE
(By United Press Leased Wire)
SEATTLE. April 29.—For 26
days L. E. Rader, a land broker
and former state representative
from Pierce and Kitsap coun
ties, h?r tasted no food and
touched no water, in an effort
to regain his health, according
to Coroner Snyder and T. D.
Olds, proprietor of the hotel
where Rader is a guest.
Declaring that death may
come at any time if the man is
not made to drink water, the
coroner has asked the prosecut
ing attorney to take immediate
action in the case.
Rader has made his long fast
at the cfire-ction of Dr. Linda
Burfield Hazzard. a woman
physician, whose treatment em
phasizes fasting. Dr. Hazzard
has come in conflict with the
police a.id prosecuting attorney
several times before as a result
of her "fast" treatment.
TEDDY RIDES IN
A DAY COACH
AMSTERDAM, April 29.—The
democratic spirit of Theodore
Roosevelt was put to a test this
afternoon when ho made the trip
here in an ordinary day coach. His
special train failed to materialize
and th,- colonel willingly entered
the regulation coach with his party.
When th,- train arrived thousands
of Hollanders gave him an uproar
ions welcome.
MRS. GARRIGUESS' SIDE OF
STORY.
A mental affliction is declared
to h;i\been Mrs. George Dun Jap's
cause for writing from her home
in St. Paul, Minn , to the Spokane
police, asking for information con
cerning Mis Mabel E. Carriguess
I and the two Burdlck boys. Rudolph
.and Harold, of this city. Substance
of her letters to the police was pub-
J Itshed In The Press yesterday and
Mrs. Garrigueas visited The Press
this morning.
She states that she has lived in
Spokane for the last five years and
thai she has had her sons, the Bur
dick hoys, with her all the while
since they were recovered from
Mrs Dunlap, whom she declares
kidnaped them some time ago.
Mrs Carriguess state! that Mrs.
Dunlap has a mania for Binding
postal cards and letters of Inquiry
regarding the whereabouts of the
boya and of herself, Mrs. Garrl
glless.
SALLINGER
ONWITNESS
SID
"I WILL NOT THROW CALUMNY
ON THE GOVERNMENT,"
HE SAY 3.
I
(By United Press Leased Wire)
WASHINGTON, April 29.—Secre
tary of the Interior Balllnger today
went upon tii" witness stand in the
Balllnger-Ptnchot controversy in
vestiga i ion. Th" secretary re
fused to malcH any advance stat
tnent similar (o the one given out
by Gilford Placbol when tho <jn
posed forester became a witness.
The secretary In refusing to do
so, said:
"1 will not follow in the footsteps
of those who throw calumny on gov
ernment officials and ihen refuse
to swear to their statements."
Balllnger said that bis relations
With Secretary Garfield had been
frl< ndly, but not intimate. lie add
jed that when he came to Wash
ington the members of his law firm
. had agreed to take care of his prac
, tice for hint, especially as Such
, practice might embarrass him as
, land commissioner.
The witness declared 'hat. he did
j not know there was any such group 1
of claims as the "Cunningham
claims" When he became land com
missioner.
Subsequently, he said, he learned
, that several of bis at qualntances
were claimants, but added that he
did not know Clarence Cunningham
and that he "had no interest in
Alaskan lands directly or indirectly,
and had none today."
Balllnger said that he had heard
favorably of Special Agent Love of
the land office, but had only hear !
say knowledge of Special Agent
Jones, which was "not entirely
; fa\ orable to Jones."
Love was a wltneas for Balllnger
recently while Jones appeared for,
the "prosecution."
DIAZ GETS CREEL
001 OF WAY
(By United Press Leased Wire.)
MEXICO CITY, April En
rique Creel, former Mexican ambas
sador to the United States, has ao
cepted the position as minister of
foreign relations iv the Diaz cab
inet. Creel is a candidate for the
vice presidency.
The appointment, it is believed,
I marks another changi In the polit
ical situation here Diaz has always
! regarded Creel as one of the men
closest to him in administration af
t tail's. The announcement that Creel
would be a candidate for tho vice
• presidency when it was known that
Diaz wanted Ramon Portal returned
created somewhat of a surprise.
The proffer of a cabinet position
to Creel and his acceptance is ex
pected to be followed by the an
nouncement that he will retire
from the vice presidential race.
SPOKANE MAN
DRANK TOO MUCH
(By United Press Leased Wire.)
SALEM, Ore., April 29.—Murdoch
McMillan drank (do much whiskey!
last night and landed in the* cityj
jail. On the way to the lockup he j
told the officers he had atolen aj
team of horses from Hogan and
Adams las; July.
This morning McMillan is sober
and wants t.) take hack his confes
sion, saying that he reimbursed the
Spokane contractors for the team
he took. He Is being held until the
authorities cm communicate with
the Spokane authorities.
HUSBAND ALLEGES
SHE DESERTED HIM
Three years after having cele
brated their silver wedding, and
having bestowed their blessing
upon their daughter when she was
married, Eva Goodheart i.s alleged
to have tired of her husband and
deserted him, Action for divorce]
was filed In the superior court to
day with K. Goodheart as plaintiff
The complainant alleges that they
were married in New York Septem
ber, 1878, and his wife deserted
him in Chicago in 1 :>>>G. A boy 12
years old is living with the de
-1 fendant
HEINZE WINS
ONE POINT
(By United Press Leased W.'re)
NEW YORK. April 29.—The de
fense won a point iv the trial of
P, Augustus Heinze, charged with
violation of the banking laws, when
Federal Judge Hough ruled against
the admission of evidence tending
to show the condition of the bank
during March and October. 1907,
Judge Hough said:
"Oveicertification of checks is
c harged. Dp to the present time
it has not been shown that a single
check has been certified, let alone
showing any having been overcer
tifjed."
WED AND DIVORCED
IN CHILDHOOD; WED
AGAIN IN OLD AGE
SOUTH liblND. lad., April
29. —Married 111 their teens,
divorced -7 years ago. each
wedded to anotli"! mate a
short time afterward, two
true lovers have come back to 1
each other auj been married •
again in this city. They are i
Henry Kansteaii, a retired •
farmer, SI years old, and Mrs. <
Jane Frame, age 77. of Terra '
Coupee, lnd They were mur- <
tied by Justice Wright. <
THE SPOKANE PRESS
ROOSEVELT CHUMS WITH
QUEEN WILHELMINA
By a Staff Correspondent of the
United Press Associations.
ARNHEIM, Netherlands, April 29.
j —Theodore Roosevelt and his
| party, who arrived at noon today,
: were at once taken to the royal pal
; are, where they were received by
I Queen Wilhelmina and Prince
Henry. Two automobiles, sent by
, the queen, were waiting at the sta
-1 tion when the party arrived, and
the Roosevelts were driven at once
to the palace. A great crowd was
I waiting at the station, and the col
j onel was given a rousing reception.
FIRST VICTIM OF NEW
MOTORCYCLE REG-,
ULATIONS
R .T. Creeey, a collector, aged 19
years, is the first victim of the / iew
I regulation barring motorcycles
| from the bicycle paths. Creesy
] was arrester] this morning by Spe
cial Officer Xewton, and after be
ing brought to the police station,
was released on bond of $10 to en
■ sure his appearance in the police
I court to answer to the charge
! against him.
The Spokane bicycle commission
published the new rules regulating
| the use of the bicycle paths some
| lime ago and had all signs over the
cinder paths repainted bearing a
notice against the use of the paths
jby motorcyclists. Not only do the
, motorcycles crowd the bicycle rid
! ers from the narrow paths, but, ac
cording to the bicycle commission.
! the speed at which they have been
accustomed to go has practically
ruined many of the paths.
SATURDAY
Strictly fresh local
ranch eggs, d0z..25t?
Success or Lady Aldine
butter, 3 lbs.! .SI.OO
Gallon cans corn on cob,
7.V tins special. 25<*
Marbest flour, 49 lbs.
for $1.50
Apple brand flour,
guaranteed, 49 lbs.,
for $1.25
Fresh rhubarb, (> lbs.
for 25*?
Corn, peas, tomatoes; a
good grade, can. . . 10*?
Tall red salmon, per
can 15*£
Potatoes, good ones, 100
lbs 65*g
English walnuts, pair
pound 2 )«
Navy beans, 4 lbs. .2 >>
Whole grain Jai -m
rice, S lbs. for. .2
MARFt
Spot Cask Grocer E
Ml First. Main < 2H
Catarrh-ol
Cures Catarrh |
Thro* Months' Treatment, tS.OC
Guaranteed
WESTERN DRUG CO.
Corner Stevens and Main
Also F. R Ho 0 jggitt
Howard and Riverside
•. B. Cor. Main and Stevens Sf«.
Tli<» Dally and Buminy Spokane
l're«is, 10 cenl.s a week
All along the route of his journey to
I Arnheim he was cheered and ap
plauded. At each station crowds
were waiting and the journey was
a continuous ovation.
After the party had been received
at the palace, Queen Wilhelmina
personally conducted the Roose
velts around the palace grounds.
The party left ttiis afternoon on a
special train for Amsterdam. The
burgomaster will give a dinner to
night at tho queen's Amsterdam
palace. At 11 o'clock tonight. Roose
velt will start for The Hague.
CUPID IN GOOD HUMOR.
Cupid Bishop, who presides
over the marriage license
counter at the office of the
county auditor, was in high
good humor today. Three
couples had applied for
licenses to wed before noon.
As a usual thing Friday is
a blank so far as marriage
licenses are concerned, those
about to wed apparently look
ing upon the day as a hoodoo.
CORRECT
CLOTHES
for gentlemen are found here
in an almost endless variety.
Almost every day some new
fabric, some new and attrac
tive suit model is shown.
Fresh from where correct
clothes are made comes
these stylish and handsome
ly tailored clothes for you
gentlemen and sold at pop
ular prices.
$15 $20.00
$2230 $25
It's a marvelous range of
absolutely dependable
clothes for you to dress well
at moderate cost.
FURNISHING GOODS SPECIALS FOR SATURDAY
FANCY DRESS SHIRTS
A big assortment of fine madras, per
cale and pongee shirts; worth up to
$1.25 each; choice, Saturday 75^
A beautiful showing of fine pongee
shirts in white, tan and blue shades;
worth up to $2.50; Saturday... .$1.50
" Wunderhose," guaranteed, pair 25^*
Union -Made Dress Shirts, fine black sateen shirts, suspenders, trousers, overalls
and suits.
Postive fact, man, you can do better here. The Home of Good Clothes at Pop
ular prices.
FAMOUS CLOTHING CO., 110 Post St.
FOUND FROZEN
STIFF ABOARD
WRECKED SHIP
(By United Press Leased Wire)
SEWARD, Alaska, April 29.—The
three masted codfish schooner
Stanley of San Francisco has been
found a total wreck on Sanak
island, with the bodiea of Mates
Bauers and Will lama frozen stiff to
the rigging, Captain Koehler dead
from exposure and the cook awept
overboard and drowned.
The vessel went on the rocks
March 28. Fivs seaman who sur
vived Jumped overboard the next
day and were rescued by dories.
The captain died just as the rescue
party reached him. The bodies were
buried on Sanak island and the sur
vivors taken to Unga. They are:
Hart, Kandic, Teger, Bjornsen
and Roberts.
The ships cargo was jumbled and
mashed into a pulp.
"MA YBE IT'S
DIFFERENT
OVER THERE"
(By United Press Leased Wire)
LOS ANGELES, April 29.—
Ernest Wirth, who murdered
his wife, crushing her skull
with his heel, today was sen
tenced by Judge Willis to be
hanged.
Before sentence was pro
nounced Wirth made the fol
lowing statement:
"Yes, I killed my wife. I did
It because she wouldn't live
with me In this world. I hope
you will have me hanged.
Maybe it's differnt over there."
Wirth joked and laughed with
the officers who took him to
his cell.
POLICE COMMISSIONER IS
INDICTED.
(By United Press Leased Wire)
SAN RAFAEL, Cal., April 29.—
Police Commissioner Harry Flan
nery of San Francisco was Indicted
this afternoon by the Marin coun
ty grand jury on a charge of grand
larceny. The indictment was placed
on the secret file.
Judge Eennon set the bail at
$2000 and ordered a bench warrant
for the arrest, of the accused offi
cial. The action of the grand jury
was taken after a morning spent in
hearing of evidence tending to
show that certain race track bet
tors had been fleeced of consider
able sums of money.
AUSTRALIAN LABOR CABINET
(By United Press Leased Wire)
VANCOUVER, B. C, April 29.—
The ballot for positions in the labor
cabinet of the commonwealth of
Australia have resulted as follows,
according to a special cable to the
Vancouver World:
Prime minister and treasurer,
Fisher; attorney general, Hughes;
minister of external affairs, Batch
elor; postmaster general, Thomas;
minister of defense, Pearce; minis
ter of customs, Tudor; home secre
tary, O'Malley, and vice president
of the council, McGregor.
EXCITED BY A FIRE,
MAN TRIUMPHANTLY
RESCUES ONE PILLOW
' Excitement ran rife shortly after
5 o'clock this morning in the home
of J. O. Strandlne, 03107 Norman
die, when flames and smoke were
discovered In the rear of the house.
It was with the utmost difficulty
that one member of the family was
kept from jeopardizing his life In
an upper room of the house, as he
ran wildly back and forth, trying
to get to some cash that he had
stowed away.
Damage to the extent of about
$500 was done, though the fire was
kept confined to the rear of the
BOARD TO CONSIDER
POLICE ACCUSATIONS
The above record in the office of
Police Commissioner Mudgett
shows that Policeman L. D. Gilder
is still on the police force of Spo
kane, in spite of the exposures in
the Rosie Elliott case, and the find
ings by the mayor's own police
eommitteo that Gilder had been
guilty of "Indiscretions," and that
his "usefulness had been impaired."
The East Sprague address are the
rooms in which Gilder and Special
Officer Hood installed the Elliott
girl for two weeks last December.
Police Commissioner Mudgett
says that the sworn charges filed
with the city council against Gilder,
Hood and Chief Sullivan, charging
Gilder and Hood with immorality,
have been received by the board.
iNo date has yet been set for a hear
ing, but the matter will bo taken
up soon, Mr. Mudgett says.
Since the matter has twice been
investigated by the police depart
ment, once by Chief Sullivan at the
request of Mrs. Elliott, and the
other time by Sullivan and former
Police Commissioner Tuerke, with
out action being taken either time,
it is probable that no effort will be
made by Mr. and Mrs. Elliott to
push the matter before the police
board. The affidavits as originally
given to The Press, will be present
ed, and the rest loft to the police
commissioners.
Mr. and Mrs. Elliott, J. E. Clark
of the Grand Army, the representa
tives of the labor unions and the
Woman's club believe that the only
way to get the facts properly be
fore the people is by a private In
quiry, conducted by the representa
tives of these organizations, before
which tho police as well as their ac
cusers can get an even break.
Jessie Holdman had roaeate
dreams for the future when she
married Victor Chopot at Daven
port, September 20, 1906.
In a suit for divorce filed today
she alleges that her husband de
serted her February 2, 1908, leaving
her alone on a ranch in Douglas
county. Since that time she has
heard nothing from him. She asks
that her maiden name be restored
HOSIERY SPECIALS
75 dozen, men's fine lislp finish ho«e
in black, tans, blue, green and wine;
2 pairs for 25^
Try our "Armor Plate" Sox. They
wear well, are hand-finished. All pop
ular shades; double heel and toe; (i pairs
for $1.25
■ No. 37. L. D. Gilder, E1326
' Sprague avenue.
ROSEATE DREAMS FADED.
FRIDAY, AMHL 29, 1810-
house and the roof. Cause of the
fire is still unknown, but the man
who caused the firemen so much
trouble in keeping him out of the
dense smoke and flames finally
found his money.
"That is no more excitement than
generally prevails In fires about Ufi
dwellings." one of the firemen hki.
"The other day we arrived at a
place just iv time to see the head of
the family throwing Ahe valuable
big parlor lamp out or the window,
while he carefully carried a pillow
out into the front yard under his
arm."
These forces do not look on tho
forthcoming Inquiry before tho
board of police commissioners as
much other than another move to
uphold Chief Sullivan.
POOR PAY FOR KINDNESS
Lightly speaking, Rontt
Mahauer is so short today that
there is danger of his shoe
laces chafing his chin, but,
strictly, he is shy just $27,
which was about all he had in
ready cash, and all because of
a kindly shared bed with a
stranger last, night. Mahauor
came to the police station and
told his troubles to the offi
cers.
Originators of Reasonable
Prices.
Much of our dissension Is
due to misunderstanding',
which could be put by ;t
few hones I wonts and a little
open dealing Stack.
SPECIALS FOR SATURDAY
WHY PAY MORE?
Watch our lint of special
prices each day, they mean
a bis saving- to you. Plenty
of help to wait on you.
Ballard's Horehound
Syrup $0.35 16c
Ballard's Horehound
Syrup r,o 33 e
Hoffman's Hair Tonic 1.00 49c
Wiuslow's Soothing
Syrup 2ft 160
Seven Sisters Hair
Touio ...... .50 37c
W mum's Shampoo
Bag's ,10 Bo
Liquor id.i 50 29c
Liquouide 1.00 SBc
Kucco Solvent 5o 3ic
Mucoo Solvent 1.00 61c
Jergens Benzoin and
Almond Lotion 50 33c
Cascara Chocolates . 10 tfo
Caacara Chocolates . . .29 14c
Aycis Pills 25 ISo
Women's Palso Tooth
Powder 50 310
Wernert's Pal 3* Tooth
Powder 1.00 43c
Crsta Crema Soap
Powder 1!) 9o
Soott's Emulsion 50 30c
Tuber Tablets So 880
Capo-oil Hair Tonlo . 1 00 33c
Mother's Prlend 1.00 63c
Spencer's Dyspepsia
Tablets 50 27 o
Fcroxidovit 50 370
Feroxtdent 25 14c
Sempre Or ovine 5H ale
Bickinoro's On 11 Cure .26 15c
Bickmore's Oall Cure .So 300
Horlick's Malted Milk .60 88c
Horllck's Malted Milk I oo 7So
Horlick's Malted Milk 5.76 3.00
Vlgor-Toue Catarrh
Cure I 00 51c
Kobertine Face
Powder 50 360
Ballard's Kerbina . ~ .50 370
Dotn't Kidney Pills 50 360
Xondon's Catarrh Jelly ,2ft 160
Xondon's Catarrh Jelly 50 31c
ChamherlH ln's Diarrhoea
Homed y 25 16c
Chambsrlaln's Diarrhoea
Bemedy 60 31c
Winslow's Southing
Syrup 25 170
Egyptian Hair
Restorer 1.00 G6c
B'llte's Oopher
Poison 1.2 5 79c
Wood's Sensorial
Cream 1.00 610
Pond's Extract . . . . 1.00 580
Bell's Ff|ie Tar Honey ,2ft 110
Cocex Nerve Tonic I oo 630
Palmer's Skin Success 25 13c
Palmer's Skin Suocess ,76 390
Oroya's Pepsin Coffee lo Sc
Llsterlna 1.00 56c
Wampole's Cod Livar
Oil Extract 1 oo 61c
Hooper's Kidney Pills 50 390
Pazo Pile Olut 50 330
Tallows' Syrup
Hypophosphatas . . I 50 $1.06
Beldlng's Skin
Bemedy 1 00 63c
Buclan's Carbolic Soap 26 13c
Plsos Cnra 28 130
Papa's Diapepsin . . 50 33c
Walnutta Hair Stain .60 31c
Pray's Ong-allna 50 310
Fray's Rosaline 2 5 160
4711 Floralpu Soap . 20 9c
Rub! ton in 25 17c
Now try v* jont. or?
our ituarmitiM) und you will Bel
rid of that nausea, hnwkuii
mill spitting. It dissolves thr
■aerations in the stomach
from tha nose and throat and '
allows jon to enjoy Ufa. $1.00.
"ELECTA"
The Coffee and Teas of
quality
"A little better than the best."
ELECTA Coffee is proper
ly blended und has the true
flavor and taste of all coffee
—no chaff, no dirt, no dust
anil no waste,
Electa Coffee—
Mb, Cans 450
f-lb, fans BSC
t in oana »a.oo
Electa Tesa—
ih. sans 40c
r-iu. cans 7T»
Buy on our guarantee, j|
Special agency Eastman's
Kodaks and Cameras,
We have met added the moat
complete stock of the above
(foods aid are now ready to
serve our customers. We de
velop, finish and mount all
work and guarantee satlslac
tion.
Watch our list of special
prices in frout windows
daily. You will save money.
•OUR HOBBY"

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