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Home Morning Oregonian. January 25, 4, Image 4.
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Below is the OCR text representation for this newspapers. It is also available as plain text as well as XML. Lewis Bad ford, a negro, "was lynohed here tonight by a mob of from 30 to 40 negroes. He was arrested this morning accused of killing Priscilla Erozell, also a negro, last night. Radford confessed to having assaulted the woman but denied to the last the act of killing her. Marshal Burrios employed John Dock, colored, to feed the prisonor, and tonight whiie he was In the jail corridor a mob rushed in and demanded the keys to Rad ford s cell. Dock at first refused to de liver them.
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Radford refused to leave the cell and the mob began firing at him, several shots taklnr effect. In all eight shots were fired. The prisoner was dragged, half dead, to a tree a few ' yards from the jail and was hanged to a- limb. Lizzie Kaz lanzky, who lives in the red-light district, was seated in Iier room early today count ing her money, when the door opened and "William Dargan, an ex-soldler, entered and pleasantly accosted her. Dargan smilingly approached the woman, playfully put one hand over her mouth and with the other plunged a knife- into her left breast.
The woman broke away from him and screamed. Dargan tried to stab her again, but a of men. Upon seeing the officer Dargan stabbed himself three tiroes in the breast and then plunged the knife at the policeman. At the hospital it was found the wound had penetrated the woman's lung.
She may die. She says she never saw Dargan before, and attributes his assault to at tempted robbery.
Dargan will recover His fathor Is'W. A special to the Re publican from Las Vegas, N. The boyB said they were after the pas senger train, which was late, and in tended robbing the dead and injured pas censers. Murder Mystery Yet Unsolved. The mysteri ous murder of Miss Schafer remains un solved. A well-known man of this city, who is a member of the senior class at the State University at Bloomington, was closeted today with dotectlvcs. He ex plained his whereabouts on the night of the murder.
The reason for the Investigation, it Is alleged, was a story told by Miss Senator's roommate and corroborated by their land lady, that the younfe man was requested on one occasion to leave Miss Schater's room because of objectionable conduct The letter written to Chicago by Miss Schafer was to Mrs. Frank Cross, her sister.
In this letter, according to Mrs. It is not considered Improbable that lino typo machines will bo Introduced In tho Government printing office in the not dis tant future.
This would complete the per fection of mechanical equipment for that huge printing plant, for in all its other branches labor-saving machinery has been Installed. The subject will bo thoroughly investigated next month by a subcommit tee of the Houso committee on appropria tions in connection with tho consideration of the sundry civil appropriation bill. Members of this subcommittee have been Klvlng the subject serious consideration w'th a view to determining whether the in troduction of the linptype machine would facilitate the enormous work of the Gov ernment printing office, which increases at tho rate of 10 per cent a year.
The action of tho committee will, of course, be based on the investigations already made and the arguments to be submitted at the hearing. The Washington Typographical Union is outspoken against any proposition looking to the installation of machines In tho Gov ernment printing- office, but in its opposi tion it stands alone among; the typograph ical unions of the country. Its antagonism took practical form whon, at a meeting held on December 27, a secret committee cf 25 was appointed to fight the proposi tion in Congress.
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The plan of campaign, it is understood, has been mapped out and "will consist of a personal appeal to Rep resentatives In Congress bv the members of this committee, pointing out to them the political risks they would run should they favor the proposition. They will urge that to vote for the introduction of so great a labor-saving device as the lino type machine In the Government printing office would be political suicide, for it would antagonize the labor olement and result in the subsequent defeat for re nomination or re-oloctlon of the members io voting. Little capital can be manufactured out o a campaign of intimidation, for the fal lacy of tho argument is so apparent that It will hardly have tho effect desired.
Rep resentatives are at all times thoroughly in touch with the conditions existing In their districts, and we are aware that linotype machines not only are used In the offices of every dally newspaper published In the United States, with one exception, but that the various typographical Unions hav ing met the machine question as some thing inevitable have made machine scales and entered into contracts with publishers "using- linotypes. This has resulted in the unionizing of newspaper printing offices in various parts of the country, and members of Congress feel that under these condi tlons a vote for the.
Installation of ma- chines that would promote efficiency and decrease cost In tho great printing plant could not' alienate' the labor element- -an-' less that element should, repudiate Its own records. Chicago Chronicle.
The new year is a leap year, but the addition of another day to the month of February Is by no means Its most im portant peculiarity. For during this year, according to immemorial tradition, it will be good form for women if they choose to propose matrimony to men Instead of waiting for men to propose it to them. Most people of either sex would say without a moment's hesitation that this leap year tradition had never been a leap year custom and that It was either a Joke or an absurdity without a thing in reason or in human mature to support it.
But, that is going too far, for there is no folklore of any description, whether song- riddle or proverb, that is not, ,ln the last analysis, -founded on some immutable principle of human nature, and so it is with women popping the question in leap year. The principle of human nature on which this leap year tradition is founded is the paradoxical one that, while the verbal and external proposition of marriage proceeds from the man. There are many kinds of courtship and marriage, but no marriage is ever a happy one un less tho woman courts the man, albeit without his knowing It.
There Is a profound and Important rea son why this must be so. It is woman's naturer not only In affairs of the heart, but in everything else, to. Her likes. She does not make them and she cannot unmake them. Whether it be in the realm of cookery, art. She can be dragooned away temporarily from her natural bent, but she is then a crushed woman, and sooner or later she will revert to her original- Impulse.
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One may say it is exactly the same with a man, but It Is not. A man's prefer ences are largely a matter of ratiocina tion. They are modified by argument, by expediency, by considerations of Interest, by his conceptions of duty by his Ideas of prudence. This makes his heart.
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In mat ters of love, a sort of chessboard on which all these feelings contend for the mastery. He is capable of loving a wom an for a great variety of reasons besides the involuntary admiration called falling in love. It is on of this essential differ ence between men and women that the woman's preference Is the thing mainly to be considered if marriage Is to be. This is the reason that It Is folly for a man to set out to win a woman's heart at least, by devotion.
The only wise thing he can do in this line is to stand around, accidentally and unconsciously, as it were, and let her do the rest. A fair woman who has been begged and entreated to love a man untill she has consented is not worth having, for she will most assuredly make him miserable. It Is the woman who has courted the man who makes a happy marriage and a happy home. It Is certainly a most singular thing that while this is the eternal law and Inevita ble course of true love it should still be contrary to Nature for a woman to pro pose to a man In words.
Yet so It Is, and courtship forever remains the man'B in form and the woman's In spirit Both In leap year and in every other year the woman virtually proposes in every happy marriage. Several trifling articles of Jewelry and a pair of women's stockings made up the booty stolen by burglars from the home of G.
Miller, East Ankeny street, yes terday evening. The exact time the burglary occurred Is not known.
Miller and family left their home early yesterday afternoon, and upon their return yesterday evening at 9 o'clock found a sad state of affairs. Every thing in the house had been ransacked, and the only articles that found favor with the thieves were trifles of little value.
A window at the back furnished the entrance to the building. The case was reported to the police, but careful Investigation failed to reveal any clew to the thieves' Identity.
Raised Fund to Buy Pictures. Through the efforts of a of public-spirited citizens of Salem, led by City Superin tendent L. The pictures are large-size photographic reproductions of famous paintings, and will be well framed, so as to constitute a permanent decoration for the schools.
The purpose Is to make the rooms more pleasant in appearance and cultivate in the children an appreciation of good pic tures. The fun was raised by means of a scries of exhibits and entertainments. Some of the best of the pictures to be purchased were hung upon tho walls of the exhibit room, and a popular programme was given for the entertainment of those who attended.
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A small admission lee. In addition to this, a of men and women have con tributed from 51 to each for the pur chase of pictures. Governor Chamber lain, ex-Governor Geer and Superintend ent of Public Instruction Ackerman de livered addresses at the entertainments and aided very materially In promoting the success of. When the pictures have been placed upon the walls of Salom schoolrooms, this city will have the most attractive schools in the state. Bay City Store Robbed. Hick's store at Bay City, this county, was broken Into this.
The thieves secured entrance by tearing- out a window in the rear of the store. Two hun dred and forty-five, dollars was found on them. If they are tho guilty persons. It is thought they must have had on accom plice, as, the amount recovered is about less than that stolen.