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VOL. XXIX.- 0. 15,134.
PORTLAND, OREGON, MONDAY. MAY 31, HX)t.
PRICE FIVE CENTS.
WIND BLOWS 32
TO DEATH; 50 HURT
Tornado Ruins Town
of Zephyr, Tex.
LAURIER WANTS TO
MARY ADELE CASE
1 nininrn nnmw
ONLY KIMONO LEFT
CAR COMPANY TO
RETIRE, BUT CAN'T
LIBERALS DESIRE HIM TO LIVE
PARENTS nrilN WARDROBE TO
LETT EH TO MOTHER,
FIRE STARTS, BURNS BLOCK
Brownwood Hurries Relief
Train to Scene.
CELLARS SAVE HUNDREDS
Horrible View of Desolation Meets
Doctors and niw Hillsides
Covered With Debris and
Mangled Bodies of Victims.
VICIWJ OF TWO DATW STORM.
At Zephvr. Texas AO $2-o.i.
Key West. Okl. . lO X4 loo.ooo
Iwpew. Okla..... 7 12 .vmnwi
Lanxdrn. N D . 4 20 no. 000
Caeaeltnn. N. I. . 3 10 20,K
Scwtrliii ft 11 73,000
BROWNWOOD, Tex.. May JO. A tor
nado of great fray struck the. little vll
lags of Zephyr, in the eastern portion of
Brown County, at 1 o'clock tnls mom
lng and left a path of death and de
struction seldom paralleled.
The death list bss reached a total of 22.
and the number of seriously or fatally
Injured will reach 60.
Partial List of Dead.
partial list of the dead Is as follows:
T. T. Cabler, County Attorney of Brown
County, and wife .and two children.
Mrs. Artie Hart. ST years old. and son
Robert. years, of Zenhyr.
Miss Gertrude Huston, 26, Zephyr.
GIbbs CJoyce. 2 years, son of Professor
Oscar Ware. 82 years, and two sons.
Harry and Frank.
Miss Jessie Wre15 Zephyr.
W. O. 61 mm cms and wife. Zephyr, and
two children. Bertie. 2; West. 12.
Ben Brown and wife. Zephyr.
Alma Ramsay and son, Ollie. 12. Zephyr.
C. M. Carter. 40. and wife, 36: s son. 12.
and 2-year-old Infant. Zephyr.
Captain Collins. 30. Zephyr.
Ruby Campbell. 2 years. Zephyr, and
Rodney Campbell, infant child. Zephyr.
The storm formed a half-mile south
west of Zephyr and swept down upon the
villas, cutting a wide swath directly
through the resldencs and business dis
tricts. Nearly 60 houses were demol
ished. Lightning started a Ore which de
stroyed one entire business block.
No effort was made to fight the Ore.
as the care of the dead and Injured de
manded the attention of everyone.
A section employe rode s handcar to
Brownwood and spread the alarm. In
two hours the Santa Fe Railroad was
speeding a special train to the scene of
the storm with nine surgeons and s score
of Brownwood citizens.
Storm Cellars Save Hundreds.
Hundreds of persons directly In the
storm's path saved themselves by taking
refuge In storm cellars. More than 12
bodies were terribly maimed.
County Clerk Thad Cabler and wife
and two children, who had gone to
Zephyr to spend the night, were killed.
The big stone school building snd two
churches were demolished.
Brownwood hurried her second relief
train at 12 o'clock today, laden with pro
visions, clothing and necessary articles
and carrying 40 nurses. Three persons
are still unaccounted for tonight.
Children Blown Two Miles
Two children were found dead late
today two miles from town, having
been blown that distance. A special
train will leave Zephyr tonight for
Temple, carrying the more seriously
Injured to s hospital. The storm swept
the earth for a distance of probably
leas than s mile.
Burgeons from Brownwood found a
desert scene awaiting them. The hill
sides at ZeDhyr. were covered with de
bris of all kinds, carcasses of animals
and human bodies. The ruins wers
dimly lighted by the burning buildings,
and the cries of the Injured rose above
the roar of the elements, which threat
ened a second storm.
A hog roaming through the streets
was killed while attempting to devour
the body of an Infant- Bodies were
found twisted about trees and In every
conceivable attitude. Residents walked
the street. almost nsked. Houses
which had escaped the storm were
turned Into hospitals. One house col
lapsed on a family of nine without seri
ous injury to any of the occupants.
Brownwood. which organized the re
lief work, has the situation well In
OKLAHOMA STORM NOT FATAL
No Lives Lost, but 1 2 Injured at
OKLAHOMA CITY, Ckla.. My 20
Later reports from the stcrm-strlrken
district near Key West. Okla.. toniajht
are to the effect that no lives sere lost,
though the number of Injured is shout li
Charles Branan. poatma.fr at Depew.
Makes Known Wish to Leave Pub
lic Life, bat Party Brings Strong
Pressure Against More.
OTTAWA, May 10. (Special.) It la
learned that a few days previous to
the prorogation of the Dominion Par
liament. Sir Wilfrid Laurler Intimated
to his colleagues In the Cabinet hl
dealre to retire from political life.
It la thought he la growing- weary of
4 bit num. Lasner, se viiiti 4
, Retire, bat C..M Uses sea
4 of Party Prmsn. 4
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political strife on account of advanc
ing years. The health of both Lady
Laurler and himself la also not so ro
bust of late. It Is said. However, thi
leaders of the Liberal party so strong
ly deprecated such a step on the part
of the Prime Minister at this juncture
and the great danger to which the
party's Interests might be exposed by
It, that ' he Is said to bare abandoned
the idea for the present.
It Is not at all likely now ho will
retire Into private life until he has
once more led his party to victory at
the next renersl election In 112. The
Conservatives are waiting for that day
as they concede that nothing short of
a political cataclysm could possibly
overturn the Laurler administration
while the Premier lives snd leads.
THIRTY PEOPLE RESCUED
Launch Sklddoo Saved by L)fcsTlng
PORT TOWNS END, May 20. The
large launch Sklddoo. with 20 people
drifting helpless In the Pacific Ocean
because of the breaking down of her
engines, was rescued today by the life
saving power-boat Audacious, stationed
near Cape Flattery, snd towed to Neab
The Sklddoo la a flab-buying boat
owned In Anacortsa. which cruises near
the entrance of the Straits of Fuc.
Today she was out with an excursion
party of Anacortes people, became dla
abied and would have gone down with
ail on board but for the Audacious.
EX-CORN KING IS MINER
George II. Phillips Says He Is Done
With Grain Fit.
BAKTTR CITT. Or.. Msy . Special.)
Excellent showing of mineral In his
Baker County mines has caused Georg
H. Phillips, once the center of attrgr
tlon throughout the Nation as a "corn
king" when he cornered the Chicago
market, to place more money In develop
ment work. He Is spending s few day
in the Oranits Mountains west of Baker
City, where be has three mining prop
When asked If bs ever expected to
enter the pit again Mr. Phillips said
"No. 1 am done. I would much rather
pin my faith and fortune to Baker County
mines than to play the grain market.'
Mrs. Barns. "W ho
Washington. Deed at III.
Bl-LLEPOXTAINE. O.. May 20. Mrs.
Rebecca Bums, who asserted that whe
a child she saw George Washington, died
here at the age of 111. She attributed
her longevity to eating onions twice e
PORTRAIT Or COUNT ZEPPELIN AKT TWO CLOSE-RANGE VIEWS OF HIS NEW AIRSHIP, WITH
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Airship Remains in Air
Over 22 Hours.
456 MILES WITHOUT LANDING
Royalty Gathers at Berlin, but
City Not Reached.
COUNT HIMSELF AT HELM
mart l nil rr Favorable Conditions
Front Frlrdrk-hshafrn Noise of
Beating Propellers Awakens
Folk and Crowds Cheer.
H1-.RI.IN-. May 20. Count Zeppelin.
whose remarkable performsnres In hit
first airship brought unbounded honor
to the Inventor, accomplished todav the
most striking fest In his career.
11 guided his Zeppelin i II from
Frledrichshafen to Hllterfeldt. a dls
tsnce of more thsn 4t miles, without
landing. The iourn.r 1.11M n-. .1
hours, and. so far as known tonlsht
"PP'i'o is still la the air on
bis return Journer to Fried rirh.h.r..
He has already beaten all records for
dirigible balloons, with the opportunity
ot greatly Improving the pereformsncs.
11 we announced that the Count
would come to Berlin and land at tbe
Tempelhof parade ground. Hundreds
of thousands gathered thers this after
Royalty Ready to Greet Ship.
1 ns r.mprror and Empress, several
of the Princes snd the leading officials
and officers were present. Toward even
ing searchlights wers set si work la
anticipation of the approach of the air
ship. Soldiers kept an enormous spar
ciear until half-past 10 at night, when
dispatch from Bllterfeldt announced
that the airship wss returning to the
starting place at Frledrlchahsfen
wl.lrh caused Intense disappointment.
Count Zeppelin, who personally was
charge of the airship, and whose
hand was at the tiller during ths
greater part of the journey, had not
allowed a word to be mads public rela
u. 10 nis intention to undertake an
endurance trip. It wss. however, com
mon Knowledge that he purposed to
seise ths first favorable opportunity
to proceed to Berlin- In Ms newest
craft, the Zeppelin II. which was re
built to replace ths one destroyed near
Voyage Begins Favorably.
The voyage waa begun ander favor
ble conditions. There were a lowering
sky. rain clouds and a strong side wind,
when the ship left ths floating hall
snortly after o clock last night. The
airship ascended directly for a few
hundred feet. and. passing over th
town of Frledrichshafen. proceeded
Early In ths morning ths people e
Trouchtllngen. a smell place la Cso
tral Havana, wers swakensd by th
noise of the propellers of the craft.
which waa passing slowly. This waa
the first time the Count had journeyed
over Bavaria snd hla srrlvsl sa bou
snd a half later at Nuremberg caused
th grestest surprls to thousands o
pleasure-seekers, who were preparing
for th holiday excursions.
Maneuvers Over Xarrtnberf .
The ship maneuvered over th rlt
and then s csrd wss thrown overboard
stating that a greater amount of wate
and benzine had been used than wa
expected, and that the craft would de
acend to the surface of Lak Dutaen
telrb to replenish th water supply.
This, however, was not carried 00
Count Zeppelin continued hla cruls
onward without Interruption la s dl
rrct line toward Berlin, passing ovei
several towns st s low altitude until
he reached the frontier of Saxony.
Instead of landing at Leipsle. th
Count put his craft through a series
of maneuvers for 20 minutes, romln
at times comparatively rloe to th
tops or buildings. It then went on.
lOwicIidH ,a fas I
Merely Anno.nm Betrothal to
Toang Clans Npreckels, bat Does
Not Net Date, for Wedding.
ORHrjo.v CITT. Or.. May sa - Special
Miss Mary Adele Case Is really engaged 1
o young Oaua Sprockets, far she an
nounced the fact in a letter to her mother
that was received hers today. The liter
was written May It. Besides her mother.
Miss Cass has a brother. Charles, and a
sry Adels Csse. Vn rssrtress
Mepset ef Her lUnnan.t ts
z ni I lose Ssres,ele.
sister. Miss Mlnnl Case, residing In Ore
When I read th published report la
th newspapers." said Mrs. Caee today.
I did not bellev them, for only a few
days ago I had received a letter front
Mary that was written Msy 10. and ah
Id nothing about the etursgetnrul to
Mr. Spreckele. Mary baa frequently writ
ten about Mr. Spreckele. mentioning bis
nam In several of her Inters, but she
bss always spoken of ban as on of her
friends, and said to us that be paid her
considerable attention because she Is
American girl, and that b also paid soma
sttentlon to other girls from the United
"Mary said nothing tr.or than that they
were engaged. 1 do not think tbey es
pet to be married right away, though I
hav no Information on this point. Mary
leaves Paris for horn June 4. snd will
stop a day or two In Horaford. Ill . to
visit my brother, flh will probably reach
Oregon City about the middle of June.
SAVES THREE FROM WATER
Seattle Man Is Thrice a Hero Within
8EATTLH Wash, May 20. (Special y
For ths third time within a few years
Julius C. Smith, of tut Nineteenth ave
nue North, s collector for th Osus
Drawing Association, has rescued peopi
Lsat Friday evenlnar. while Smith wss
seated In the stern of a steamer at the
Msdiaon Park dork, he heard cries for
help. He jumped from the steamer to
ths wharf and ran to the outer end of
the dork. He saw an upturned boat snd
three peopl struggling In tbs water.
Smith with his clothes and even hla shoes
on. lesped Into ths water, grabbed Mies
Hstlle C Walker snd swsm to sbors with
In th Summer of 17 Mr. Smith saved
Sherman Moras from drowning In Lake
Cnlon and In the Spring of lzs ha saved
th life of Lincoln Pontius In ths Yukon
BAILEY TO COURT FAVOR
Will Itaa for Governor to
At"FTI V. Tessa, Msy a. fSperisX)
tnitsd States Bensur 3. W. ilaly wiQ
os s candidate for Governor, according
to tbs statements mads by hla chief
luteal supporters snd persons! frtende la
this stale. It la green out by them that
Bailey has at last bitam convinced that
ths publlo st large Is not satisfied with
ths result of ths If1alislve vindication
given htm two years ago snd that he baa
determined to make another stand for th
Indorsement of the Democratic rank and
file In Trzaa by making th rsca fur
Idaho All But Breaks
With A.-Y.- P.
CTfinn DCinVTfl DCTIIDU UPlllC
U I U U U lli.HU I I U IlL I UUiUl U lit t
Governor Now Regards Mc-
Kinley Incident as Closed.
WANTS STATES TO UNITE
VUltlng Exerwtlve Wosld Has Ore.
(on, Idaho and Washington Name
CoBimlnlos on I'nlforan
Rut far the recein of a tle-rara from
i.eneral IMrectar I. A. Nadeau, aslistsc-
lortly explaining t arrest and ejectment
or A. D. MrKlnley. Idaho ChaimluloMr.
rrom th Alaaka-Tskon-Psx-Inc Rxpoeltlea
grounds, and another telegram from Mr.
Mckinley saying that th matter had
oeen properly adlusted. Oovernor J. H
Brady of IdiiAo would hav turned bark
10 uoise rrorn PortUnd last night, his
official staff and the entire run, .P sa
members gotnat with him.
I now look upon th matter as
closed Incident." said Governor Brady at
in Portland last night, "and w are go
ing to Seattle to do all ws ran to malt
ha opening of th eaposltion
Approved of McKlnley'n Coarse,
Two days sgo I telegraphed the J!
rectors or Ihs Exposition that I mould
attend th opening, and bring with me my
official staff. I certainty would not hav
gone there and found the Idaho Com.
intsaloner under arrest.
"I hav every confidence In Mr. MrKln.
ley. and yesterday when be teUmtraaiied
m of the trouble wired In reply that
I oei.eed he was doing the right thing.
I a1 sired General Itrvrtor Nadeau
asking for an explanation of tbs affair.
Informing hint that our pert r was to
esvs for See it l wtthia two hours, snd
thai I dealred an answer before one t
Nadrsa's. Reply Was rrorapt.
1 oid not e I pert -to reewlvs Mr. Na
ssau's reply heroes lea Vina- Rn 11
waa then within two hours of train time.
But It was too late to postpone our de
parture sod I left word to have tbe tele-
a" "am sent to m on board th train. Mr.
Nadesu's reply, however, waa so pro root
tast I received It before we left Mote.
lt ssusfsctotily explained the situation
snd I sellers thers will bs no mars
v e nave spent thousands of dollars la
making a showing at ths exposition, ths
plan of the grounds having an Important
part In tbs beauty of Idaho's building.
w urns sgo wnen It waa proposed to
put a 'deadman. or post In front of the
Idaho building on which to attach a guy
wtrs from th bis) (larpole In lbs exposi
tion grounds, we protested, and ws do
not Intend to bars the Idaho arauada
dlangured If ws can help It.
Officious Employee Blamed.
"i"" ne trouble or yesterday wss
wholly duo th offlctousnees of soms of
ths under employee When I
aeatt.s for the purpose of saslstlng tn
bs selection of Ihs sits for ths Idaho
building I met Mr. Nadesu and lbs d
rectors and found I Nero pleasant snd
courteous Tbey treated en royslly. I
inins, however, ihst ths success of 'ha
esnoatlton will b-a better insured If Ihs
control of tbs grounds Is mors thoroughly
eentraltsed In th general management.1
Speaking of other Northwest matte
Oovermar Brsdy declared htmeeif la fsrar
of Ihs Governors of Idaho. tmr snd
v ssn.ngtoa con rem ng les-ether for ths
purpess of securing ths adoption of unl
form railroad laws.
Talks of Railroad Ian.
Tbs trsneportsiloa I asm a of ina
Slates. aaiq uereraer ttrs4y. sr as
closely silled that I stolen uniform rail
rosd tsws would give settee and quicker
relief In rats d:ffereoces then ws could
bops to secure from th Int.r.eate Cora
meres Ocenmtesion. We would then have
s Itttla Interstsus
tee.rlwae es ras X
WHICH HE MADE RECORD BREAKING rXIOHT YESTERDAY.
Society Girl Who Married Oriental
Ilefaaes to Be Shaken la Alle
giance to lis. band.
CHU'AOo. M.y 2. otpectsl Mrs.
l.eon Alsrken, until last Tuesday light
hearted and happy elyn Hill, daughter
ef Mr. and Mrs. A. t. Hill, prominent In
South Fide society, today tearfully met
reporters, attired In a kimono. Her psr-
enis hsvs burned sa her ether caching
J. II. Heady. er I
taifh Hi start. letted
rerllaaa 1 eelsrsey.
to prevent her run ulnar asar with her
Yesterday la court th mother of th
tearful bride knocked Alerkeo down srier
had re'ueed to surrender his bride.
la reiallstloa bs rsught his angry moth
er-in-law by the ankle and deftly tumbled
her In a screaming, discomfited bean.
Then he escaped, waving a m amass err.
llflrste In his hsnd. snd snnounctng he
would visit Ihe Hill home today snd Isk
awsy bis bride. Consequently sll papers
sent repreeenletlve to Ihs residence 10
witness Ihs latest movements In th In
If Alsrken attempted to recapture hla
bride. It was st long dlstsnos. for th
bouse mas guarded closely and hi weepy
bnds snnounced sns would net attempt ts
run away wits notbitvg more than a k I me
ns 10 wesr. Her parents claim Alsrkea
bss hypnotised ber.
The girt Is a does prisoner st lb bom
of ber parents Msny of ber rl friends
snd as ee the art a w bora sns rejected for
Ihs Filipino celled on ber today st the
sotlrltsUosj ot ber parents snd tried to
shake ber Intentions, but Is no avail.
REMOVAL TO BE OPPOSED
Smith and Williams to Appear
I J be I Case. Tnesdsjr.
INDIANAFOI.IR. May 24, Delsvsa
Smith and Cbsrles K tt llllsma. owners
of ths Indlanspolls News, charged with
criminal I'be! In having published arti
cles elleged ts bsv Intlmsted corrup
tion la tbs purcbso of ths Panama Cs-
nsl son by the t'nlted tistes Govern
it. will appear before Judge Ander.
In Ihs lolled bis tea Diet Met Court
In this city nest Tuesday to oppose Ihs
removal for trial ts tbs IHetrtct of Co
TEDDY ATTENDS CHURCH
Dels) Departer From Nairobi Ite.
caase Skins Not Heady.
NAIR"VI. British East Africa. Msy XV
EX -President Roosevelt st tended church
here this morning snd la lbs sftemooa
V ladled ths Csthollo Mission.
Mr. Roosevelt delayed bis depsrture for
Kijsbs. 44 ml.-e north of ber. until June
2, because msny of th skins sf animal
a Sot by bis psrty nsvs not yet
FLOWERS NOT JO BE SENT
I'nl recall y of Washington to Abolish
KATTI.B. Wash, May a-
Tbe faculty of lbs Cnlverelty
Ins-ton tae aeked Ibsl
flower bs sent is I ha
day ex.rr.eea tomorrow for tnetnbetm of
Ihs graduating class, ss It has been de
le abolleh tbe praetors.
Josselyn Gives Out
Budget for Year.
BIG BLUFF ML BE CUT DOWN
Great Carbarns and Shops to
Go Up Near Oaks.
NEW LINES ALSO PLANKED
resident of Power Corporation Ala
Anaoance on Unarm Proas Fast
Early Work, on Casadero
tut roiritxp RAILS) tt.
ut-Hf a mw it roriT.
Celling Sees Slug
Xew (.lest .too CeeaSeee.
Cll,tt,tnM SSdee recest
Street Imprevemeete la year
csrfeeree at Seilaoed
0iHmm fee eaasleiree at
Ciertne bsr.disg .........
Steeas Maiv-a ............
Extensions of lines, new equipment and
bs tm peel loo of Ihe bj'.ldlr.g. tmtili
a -id Alder strrcta. mi'.l mean an expend!-
urs this yesr of ItlMm sad sa in-
rreseed imouit f.w the same purpose la
11. sccocding 10 R " Josael-n. pre.o-nt
of th Portland Rail mar. tight A Poser
Cncr.nsny. who returned front Philadel
phia and ot ber taaatern rule) Saturday
Tbe first work to be performed nt bs
tbs rutting down and leveling of lb bluff
at Yacht Sid'.rd. l miws north of ths
Oaks, where a steers above! is st present
Installed, snd In Imrasdists sreruon os
the lend sf a gencrsl repair snd building
shop for th entire street railway s s-
s. as at It as ousrtrrs ts bouse a num
ber of tbe cars st pre pent stalled la d.f-
fersnt carbarns. Tbe shops will
I l onrlwd -e ee I . . 4 I
INDEX OF TODAY'S NEWS
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