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VOL. XLVIII.-NO. 14.935. PORTLAND, OREO SATURDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1903 -- PRICE FIVE CENTS.
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WILL OPEN TODAY
IN 01 DISTRICT
Labor Unions of Dan
ville Adopt Appeal.
ENEMY OF LABOR MEASURES
Socialists Try to Get -Candidates
BUT ARE TURNED DOWN
Appeal to Voter Says Speaker's
Retirement Would BeneNt Na
tion House Has Ceased Truly
to Represent People.
DANVILLE. HI.. Oct. .-(Speclal.)-One
hundred delegate from labor union In
Vermilion County, representing over SOOO
union voter, of Speaker Cannon s home,
met tonight and adopted an appeal to, or
ganised labor of the ISth Congressional
district to vote against the Speaker. The
meeting was called by J. J. Hlggins. Mike
Maher. G. O. Armstrong. James Kelly
and Clifford Reed, tlie political action
committee of organised labor of Dan
ville and Vermilion County. It waa
known In advance that resolution, un
favorable to Mr. Cannon would be con
sidered and the Speaker s local managers
made evry possible effort to prevent it.
Socialists Cause Turmoil.
The reading of the appeal was followed
ty a turbulent session, during which the
cMrf nproMtlon developed among 80
c!fM;. who wanted Insertion of a par
arrarh advising the union men to vote
fr.- irflr candidates. John F. Beckler.
oi Indianapolis, representing the Amer
ican Ffderation of Labor, and J. Taslaar,
of Thicago. representing the legislative
commitiee of the American Federation of
Labor, made speeches opposing the So
cialists. : Nat Cohn. of I'rbana. Governor De
rieen's State Fish Commissioner and ex
presldent of the State Federation of La
bor, was present and spoke against the
adoption of the appeal as a representa
tive of the Cannon Interests.
Retirement Benefit to Nation.
The appeal was adopted by an over
whelming vote and condemns Mr. Can
non for hostility to labor legislation. It
says In part:
"After an exhaustive Investigation of
the Speakers record In Congress we have
been compelled to admit that the charges
are true and that his retirement from
Congress would be a benefit to the whole
The appeal also says the House of
Representatives has lost Its place In the
confidence of the people as a free, open
forum, and Is not representative of the
wishes of the American Nation. It does
rot suggest any other candidate to be
voted for. the main object being to de
feat Mr. Cannon at any cost.
CAXXOX ANSWERS ATTACKS
Pen lea He Smothered Liquor BUI.
Opposed Class Legislation.
NFOGA. HI.. Oct. . (Special.)
Hon. J. O. Cannon began a two days'
speaking tour In Cumberland County
today, having spoken at five points to
large and enthusiastic audiences. He
denounced the Bryan policies and espe
elaly the injunction plank In the Demo
cratic rlt?orm- Ha characterised as
untrue the . Insinuations that he
strangled certain legislation as Speaker
of the Hrnise and said the Methodist
bishops and others who were thus ac
cusing him were mistaken as to the
Mr. Gompcra was denounced as seek
ing to obtain class legislation. Mr.
Cannon stated that he was opposed to
legislation that applies to one class to
the exclusion of others.
The Indications are thst Mr. Cannon
will carry this county. It being- a part
of his. the 18th. district.
NAVAL TUG GOES AGROUND
Sototomo tirounds in Puget Sound
During Fog. but Is Floated.
NAVY YARD. Puget 8ound. Wash.. Oct.
(Special. Naval tug Sotoyomo, In
chars of Boatswain Frank Hresnan,
went ashore in a dense fog this morning
at almost the spot where the monitor
Wyoming grounded at Folnt White almost
three years ago. Damages have not been
ascertained, but when the naval board
returns Its verdict the Injuries will be
made public. '
The tug had aboard as passengers Com
mander F. H. Sherman. .In charge of the
receiving ship Philadelphia at the Brem
erton yard, and the wives and families
of naval men. The tug was floated at
high tide and brought back to the yard
The Sotoyomo waa on Its regular twlce-a-wek
trip for the money to pay off the
navy yard employes. While the screw
was making 100 revolutions a minute the
point loomed up ahead and the tug
grounded In a few seconds. The tug list
ed to starboard and soon was covered
PT water by the Incoming tide. The
Inland Flyer, following soon after, saw
the plight of the passengers gad removed
them to StaC-a.
Chicago Man W ho Had Sworn Never
to Marry Forthwith Loses
CHICAGO. Oct. . Special.) In the
announcement of an engagement today,
the romance of a young bachelor who
met his bride-to-be when the naughty
wind at the Atlantic City Beach blew
his hat at her feet, came to light. His
name is Herbert Roy Johnson and he Is
the manager of a manufacturing estab
lishment in Chicago. The young woman
Is Miss Gladys Chapeck, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. J. C. Chapeck. well-known peo
ple of the South Side. Mr. Johnson, with
a number ot friends, made an automobile
tour last Summer of a number of the
Eastern resorts. They were all members
of an organization which had sworn
never to marry.
All went well until the wind caught
Johnson's new hat. when he was riding
one morning, and whisked it to the feet
of a beautiful young woman. Johnson
bowed and apologized and the mischief
was done. They were stopping at the
same hotel and an Introduction by one
of her friends followed. Johnson's vaca
tion waa extended, but he finally left
and waited until her return lata In Au
gust. Miss Chapeck has been praised for her
work In amateur theatricals. The wed
ding will take place early next Spring.
GIVE NEW RULER OVATION
Prince Ferdinand Enters Fhillpopo
lts Amid Great Rejoicing.
. PHI1JPOPOLIS, Bulgaria. Oct. 9. The
"Cxar of Bulgaria." or Prince Ferdinand
as he is still known officially to the rest
of the world, entered Philipopolis. the
capital of Western Roumella, at S o'clock
this evening. He was greeted by salvos
of artillery and tha enthusiastic shouts
of the populace. Ha waa welcomed at
the railroad station. The people had
erected an Imposing triumphal arch.
The Mayor and Municipal Council pre
sented to Ferdinand the customary
bread and salt, while hundreds of school
girls waved flags and showered flowers
in the path of their ruler. The procession
traversed the streets which were lined
with troops, to the cathedral. Where
clergy officiated at a mass.
Philipopolis is filled with Immense
crowds from the surrounding country and
the demonstrative reception given Ferdi
nand today shows that the people fully
approve tils declaration of Independence
and his assumption of full soverlgnty over
BULLETS IN SHAM BATTLE
Russian General Wounded by Own
Troops at Maneuvers.
ASKABAD. Turkestan. Oct. . During
maneuvers of the Turkestan army corps
today In the vicinity of Ashabad. General
Mistchenko. who played a conspicuous
part In the Russo-Japanese war and who
la now Governor-General of Turkestan,
was wounded In a sham battle. A revo
lutionist plot Is suspected.
The General was watching the opera
tions from a slight Imminence when the
whir of bullets was heard. He was
struck In the leg above the knee. An
adjutant of Mistchenko was slightly
The maneuvers were suspended and the
weapons and ammunition of the troops
examined. Ball cartridges and traces of
shot in the barrels of several rifles were
MINER KILLS TWO MEN
Murderer Then Completes Tragedy
by Committing Suicide.
SAX BERNARDINO. Cal., Oct. 9. Bill
McKee. who shot and killed Dr. Na
thaniel Kuns and Rudolph Aibers dur
ing an altercation over mining prop
erty near Doble, yesterday, completed
the tragedy by blowing out hla own
brains. His body was found In his
cabin this afternoon by Alva H. WU
lard. of this city, who broke Into the
place. The Coroner. with throe
caskets, started tonight for the scene
and will arrive late tomorrow after
noon. Aibers and Kuns left Los Angeles
together to serve a summons on McKee
In a' suit brought here by Kuns to
question title to mining claims long
ownfd by McKee. Aibers has a rela
tive, Leo Sholmeyer. at San Diego.
SHERMAN GETS OVATION
Thousands Cheer Tail's Running
Mate at Westchester, Fa.
WKSTCH ESTER. Pa.. Oct. 9. Through
streets thronged with cheering thousands
and blaxlng with many colored lights
James S. Sherman, Republican vice
presidential nominee, tonight rode at the
bead of a great political parade, which
was arranged by local party leaders in
honor of the candidate.
Mr. Sherman In an address dlsrussed
the various issues of the campaign, lay
ing special stress upon the tariff.
FIGHT WITH FISH WARDENS
Americans and Canadian Officials
Clash on Lake Superior.
SACLT STE. MARIE. Oct. 9. A bat
tle with rifles between American fish
ermen and Canadian officials Is said to
have been fought on Lake Superior
opposite' White Fish Point yesterday,
but details are lacking. The Ameri
cans are ,sald to ye p fsJUoi la
Both Champion Teams
Are in Good Trim.
CHANCE'S VOICE KNOCKED OUT
Blow From New York Rowdy
BOTH TEAMS CONFIDENT
Some Players Slightly Injured In
New York Disturbance, but Able
to Play Immense Rush for
DETROIT, Oct. 9. The night before
the day for the opening of the world's
championship series between the Detroit
Americans and the Chicago Nationals
finds the locals filled with confidence.
Every Indication ia that the opening
series at Bennett Park tomorrow will be
under tha most auspicious circumstances.
Baseball fs practically the sole , topic of
conversation In hotels, theaters, cafes,
streetcars and all public places.
Bennett Park, the home of the De
troit team. Is In perfect condition and In
dications are that it will be filled with a
record-breaking crowd when play Is
called at 2 o'clock tomorrow afternoon.
The - Chicago National League team,
sixteen men strong, in addition to Pres
ident Murphy. Secretary Williams and a
number of newspaper men. arrived from
New York over the Michigan Central
Railway this afternoon. They went Im
mediately to their Quarters at the Hotel
Tuller. All . cf them except Captain
Manager Chance are In perfect condi
tion for the game tomorrow.
Would Rather Play Giants.
Whether the Detroit players were pull
ing for Justice or for the big end of the
world's series of prize money may never
b known, but at any rate they were
pulling like biases for the Giants to beat
the Cubs yesterday. While the Tigers
pretend to be full of confidence. It looks
as though they did not relish trying to
beat Brown. Pflester. Overall and Reul
bach, all of whom trimmed them last
season without a single reverse.
Mr. Chance does not expect the series
will be a walk-over by any means. He
thinks that, on account of the excellence
of Donovan as a pitcher, the Tigers will
prove a tough club to beat. The Cubs
are busy chuckling over what a trail
of woe they left on Broadway.
Detroit Loyal, but Xot Betting.
Although Detroit Is crasy over the
Tigers, and gives many evidences of loy
alty whenever the name of that team is
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Bridesmaid's Slemory Returns With
Shock After Ceremony and Liad
PEA BODY, Mass., Oct. 9. (Special.) In
the nervousness that went with being
bridesmaid to her best friend. Miss Cath
erine Reynolds, the young and pretty
teacher of the Peabody School, locked 10-year-old
Manuel Silva, one of her pupils.
In the schoolroom closet for punishment
Wednesday morning and then forgot him.
When Manuel failed to come home that
night his distracted parents started on a
hunt that finally grew until three posses
were scouring the country. '
The wedding rehearsal was Wednesday
evening and the wedding Thursday even
ing. It was not .until all the gaiety was
over that Miss Reynolds thought of the
boy, who had then Bpent two days and a
night in the closet. The wedding had
been solemnized in a town 30 miles from
the Peabody school, but Miss Reynolds
called up the Peabody police on the tele
phone and tearfully .asked If they had
found the boy. She went into hysterics
when told of the vain search, but finally
managed to tell where the boy could be
The boy was in pretty bad shape from
his long confinement but the doctors say
he will come out all right Miss Reynolds
is still prostrated.
DEATH OF ADVENTURESS
Mrs. Cora Belle Martlnle Succumbs
to Pneumonia at Denver.
DENVER, Oct. 9. Mrs. Cora Belle
Martlnle, whose daughter Arvllla was
taken away from her recently in this
city by the humane society, and who
achieved much notoriety by declaring
that the girl was the child of a Pittsburg
millionaire, died of pneumonia in the
Denver County Hospital today.
Mrsi Martlnle was a daughter of Mrs.
Sarah Holden, of San Francisco, and
claimed to be related to the Crockers.
They deny the connection. A story told
by Mrs. Martlnle that she was e. nun
and had been Induced to leave the con
vent by the Pittsburg man who she
claimed waa the father of her child, has
been disproved on Investigation by local
COAL SUIT COMPROMISED
Colorado Company Will Pay Gov
ernment $40,000 for Trespass. :
PUEBLO, Colo., Oct. 9. The famous
suit of the United States against the Ute
Coal Coke Company, of Durango, Colo..
In which the Government sought to re
cover $630,000 for coal alleged to have
been taken from Government lands ille
gally, was compromised in the Federal
Court here today.. The coal company Is
to pay the Government $40,000. The case
was tried here In 1906, and the Govern
ment was awarded judgment In the sum
of 95125 but immediately took an appeal.
The case was reversed and remanded for
An effort was made to delay the trial
of the case, but a jury was secured this
morning and a compromise was effected
MARS-"EXCUSE ME, GENTLEMEN, WAS I
Case Against Martin Is
DREY IDENTIFIES GORY SHIRT
Prisoner's Face Not Cut Day
Before Wolff Murder.
OVERCOAT AND GUN FIGURE
Strong Circumstantial Fact Are
Dovetailed , Together Against Sus- ,
pect, but tatter's Lawyers Do
Xot Appear Worried.
Half the chain of circumstances
wherewith the state Is seeking to con
vict Edward H. Martin of the murder
of Nathan Wolff was welded yester
day in' the Circuit Court. The state
advanced much of its most convincing
evidence and exploited several of its
most Important witnesses. The Jury
was clearly impressed. The result of
the day's work was this:
Martin was shown to have pur
chased three shirts from Max Drey, a
peddler, a week before the murder. One
of these shirts was found covered with
blood the morning after the murder;
another was found on Martin when he
No Cuts Day Before Murder.
Martin had no cuts or martcs on his
face when he was shaved the day be
fore the murder of Wolff. When he
was arrested his face, head and hands
were badly marked. There were evi
dences, that Wolff fought desperately
with his slayer.
Martin wore a box overcoat of pe
culiar color and style for months pre
vious to the murder. Six days after
the tragedy a coat precisely similar
was found In a vacant lot in South
Portland. 1"he garment was smeared
with blood. The rifle had been taken
from Wolff's pawnshops
When the murderer left his victim
he went to the door and stood waiting
for a favorable chance to leave. He
was Injured, for blood collected at the
door. The trail of blood led south
ward from the door; hence this is a
supporting circumstance of the finding
of coat and gun in South Portland.
Strong Points Yet to Come.
Those were the principal points of
the day. They had to be brought out
very largely by devious methods, for
the chain of circumstances is a long
one and must be put together little by
little In order to conform with the
rules of evidence. The state's attor
ney said that they are nr-t more than
half through: that some of the most
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Body Is Found ip Road Where
Tracks of Guy Razor's Horse
Run W;lth Shoe Missing.
WADSWORTH, O- Oct. 9. With un
usual energy the police authorities to
day endeavored to unravel the mystery
of the murder of Ora Lee, 21 years old.
a handsome factory girl, whose body,
pierced by two bullets, was found early
today in the road between Wadsworth
and the hamlet of Custard Hook.
. Guy Raaor. tha man whom Miss Lee
was to have married, whs detained by
the Sheriff, pending developments. The
body of the young woman was found
by Charles Razor, a cousin of Guy
Rsxor, who passed along the road In
the early hours of the day.
The principal clew that led to the
detention of Guy Razor Is the fact that
along the road where the probable
murder was committed are pialnly seen
the traces oi a horse with a missing
An examination of the stables at the
Razor home disclosed the fact that one
of Razor's horses has a shoe missing
from one of its front feet. Razor re
fuses any explanation concerning this
feature of the case. He declares he
can prove an allbU
Another police theory Is that a rival
for the affections of Miss Lee may
have shot the girl on learning of her
approaching marriage with Razor.
WILLIAMS MAKES REPLY
Democratic Speaker Answers. Sen
ator Beverldge In Seattle.
SEATTLE, Wash., Oct 9. (Special.)
Echoes from the opening gun of the
Democratic campaign in King County
fired tonight at Armory Hall were sent
reverberating through the county by
George Fred Williams, of Massachusetts.
Speaking to an audience which filled the
hall, Mr. Williams answered the assertion
of Senator Albert J. Beverldge, of Indi
ana, that the Democrat party was torn
apart, with the declaration that a "united
Democracy' would present a solid front
In the coming election.
The speaker was Introduced by Charles
H. Miller, Democratic nominee for Con
gress, who acted as chairman of the
meeting, being presented by George Mur
phy, chairman of King County Democratic
Committee. Mr. . Williams was greeted
with an nvjitlnn and close attention was
paid by all to his address which extended
over a period of two hours.
WILL CONSULT ROOSEVELT
Taft to Spend Sunday In Washing
ton Before Touring Ohio.
CINCINNATI, Oct. 9. William H.
Taft and President Roosevelt will have
a consultation in Washington,', where
the candidate will spend Sunday, Oc
tober 18. In arranging his future work
In the campaign, the task to which the
candidate devoted himself today, it was
found more convenient than otherwise
that the Sunday In question should be
spent in the National capital and prob
ably much of that day will be spent
at the White House.
A. L Vorys, who will accompany the
candidate on the remainder of the cam
paign tours, left here for Columbus to
night, and will return Sunday.
FOUND WITH THROAT CUT
Joe Willmore, Union Depot Porter,
Badly Injured In Quarrel.
Joe Willmore, the day porter at the
Union Depot," was found early this morn
ing, at the corner of Fifth and Burnslde
streets, by Sergeant Kienlen with his
Willmore was bleeding profusely and
appeared to be very badly injured. City
Physician Zlegler says, however, that the
man will recover. The cut was five or
six Inches long but missed the Jugular
Willmore says he knows who cut him
but will not tell, and the police think he
was In a quarrel with another man over
SOUGHT TRIPLE ALLIANCE
Purpose of Hart's Visit to England
HONGKONG, Oct. 10. It is learned
here from a reliable source that thu real
reason of Sir Robert Hart's recent visit
to England was to bring about an alli
ance between China, the United States
and Great Britain to conserve the In
terests of the three nations la the Far
BL'AKE IS FOUND GUILTY
Convicted of Attempt to Bribe Ruef
Case Juror. ,
SAN FRANCISCO, Oct. 9. The Jury
In the case of E. A. "S. Blake, the con
tractor who was charged with attempt
ing to bribe J. M. Kelley. a prospective
Juror in the bribery trial now pend
ing, brought in a verdict tonight of
guilty after several hours' deliberation.
Pope Blesses Americans.
NEW YORK, Oct. 9. Archbishop Far
jey who returned home today from a
visit to Rome and London, brought this
message from the Pope-.
"Tell the people of the United States
that for all they have done for the
Catholic Church in America I send my
heartfelt benediction from the highest
to tha lowest."
ASKED SUPPORT FOR SIBLEY
Wrote Cassatt to Back "Oily"
M'LAURIN GOOD SERVANT
Warned Archbold In 1904 of Roose
velt's Desire "to Take a Fall
Out of Standard" Hearst
Would Pillory Heney.
SAN FRANCISCO, Oct. 9. Before an
audience that packed the Central the
ater and required police protection to
prevent a crush at the doors William
Randolph Hearst and Thomas L. Hlsgen.
national chairman and candidate for tha
presidency of the Independence party,
tonight "delivered addresses that wera
greeted with alternating cheers and
The feature of Mr. Hearst's speech,
which opened the meeting, was the In
troduction of two letters, one from John
D. Archbold, of the Standard Oil Com
pany, to A. J. Cassatt, urging the ne
cessity of supporting Representative J.
C. Sibley, of Pennsylvania, as a man
"who would safeguard the corporate and
vested Interests" as opposed to his op
ponent, and the second purporting to be
from Ex-Senator John L. McLaurln. of
South Carolina referring to the senti
ments of President Roosevelt toward tha
Standard Oil Company and expressing
opposition toward the policy of the ex
ecutive because, as stated, "he waa op
posed to the Standard OU gang."
Says Heney Should Be Pilloried.
Prolonged applause greeted, many of
the utterances of .Mi. Hearst, but after
he had concluded the principal part of
his address there were requests for a
reply to a question from the audience,
and a scene of disorder, prolonged for
over ten minutes, ensued. First Mr.
Hearst was hissed for attempting to ex
plain his position, and then the Interro
gator was hooted for speaking in de
fense of his position.
The majority of the interruptions inter
jected by the audience related to the at
tude of the San Francisco Examiner on
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INDEX OF TODAY'S NEWS
YESTERDAY Maximum temperature. 07.1
degree.: minimum. 4H.5.
TODAY Fair and moderately warm; north
Conference on Balkan muddle depend, on
decision of Great Britain. Pass a.
British fleet ent to Turkey to keep coun
try quiet. Page 8.
Demand, of Russia and Austria may pre
vent conference. Page ft.
Servian, attack Au.trlan. and ar. bom
barded Page 5.
Servian, demand war or abdication of King
Peter. Pag. 5.
Wtnes. at Panama canal Inquiry accused
ot perjury. Page 4.
Fleet sail, from Manila for Japan. Pag. 12.
Army retiring board declares Colonel Ste
wart is disabled. Pag. 3.
Bryan renew, attack, on Taft and Roo..-
velt In Illinois. Page 16.
Carnegie give. '$20,000 to Republican cam
paign fund and Sheldon a.ks bu.iness
men for money. Page 4.
Hearst reads more Archbold letters, expos
ing Sibley and McLaurln and denounce.
Heney. Page 1.
Waterway, congres. adopt, strong r.solu
Hons and hear. Shont. speak against
operation of railroad, by commissions
Tran.-Mlsslssippl congress will have bat
tle on conservation policy. Page 7.
Teacher lock, boy In closet and forgets
him two day. while attending wedding.
Ix'of hat find. wlf. for bachelor. Pag. 1.
Coast League scores: Los Angele. 6. Port
land l; Ban Francisco 7. Oakland 4.
Chicago and Detroit team. In fin. .nape
for championship game. Page 1.
Hood River High School defeat. The Dalle.
track team tl to 3-1. Page T.
Albany College win. from Pacific University
eleven. 5 to 0. Page 7.
Great automobile .weep.take races begin
today. Page 7.
Kauffman knock, out Bradley, who has not
yet recovered consciousnes. and may
die. Page 4.
Oregon Presbvterlan synod Join. with
Methodists In efforts to defeat Speaker
Cannon. Page 6. ......
Argument, on cases to test constitutionality
of direct primary law being heard at
Olympla. Page 6. t ,
Two Clackamas County prisoner, burn their
way to freedom with Iron spoon. Pag. 4.
Commercial and Marinek
Continued buying In the local hop market.
Excited trading In Chicago wheat pit.
vi-ar,arum,ors affect all .ecurltle. mark.ta.
Steady Improvement In general business.
cfmsnlos Asuncion and Norwood In col
St"Tl"n off Point Gorda; no live. lost.
port land and Vicinity.
State', case half completed In Martin, mur
der trial. Page 1.
Democratic campaign leader, no longer
"nun on Chamberlain to tak. stump for
Bryan. Page 1 1
Country Club committee will review its
work today. Page 11.
VMrutlve Board may refu.e Thonrpson-
.Treet curbing and .ldewalk Job. Page 1.
r-.llnrs ordinance to be amended through-
"aid on Turn Halle. Page .
Street railway company refuses fraachlM
offered for extension.. Pag. 11
Eight wives made widow by decree of
court. Page 10.
Youth reveals hold-up compact to police
and sorter 1 arrested. Pag 4,