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THE MORNING OREGONIAN, THURSDAY, AUGUST 19, 1909
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THAW RETURNS TO
Slayer of Stanford White Is
Not to Have Special Privi
leges at Matteawan.
WILL BE TREATED KINDLY
Superintendent Says He Hoe Not
Construe Court Order aa Do
Thaws and Would Hare
MATTEAWAN, N. T.. Aug. IS. Harry
K. Thaw ate his supper tonight at the
Matteawan State Hospital for the Crimi
nal Insane. Tomorrow the slayer of
Stanford White will resume the monoto
nous routine of the asylum life.
Superintendent Lamb, of the asylum,
issued the following; statement tonight:
There will be no change at all regard
ing Thaw'a Incarceration here. He will
be subjected to the same rules as before
he left to go to White Plains. He will
have a special room, not because he Is
Harry Thaw, but for the reason that this
hospital wa buljf to accommodate BOO
patients, and we now have nearly S00.
We are very crowded and some of the
patients have small rooms which were
built for the attendants. Thaw has one
T did not take It from Justice Mills
jnn4nn Um Thav wn fa have anT spe
cial privileges. We will follow the or- ,
d;rs. however, ana lr innw is ui na
fied he can appeal to me courts. j
present we will adhere to the old ro
"If Thaw should appeal for special
privileges, then both sides would have
a chance to be heard. The Judge Is
away, and until he returns we will treat
Thaw Just as we did before he left for
"I have not decided when he Is to re
tire at night, but he will be given ample
consideration In any request ,he may
the selection of the nominees ror ,u-
norvisors by the Republican party. I
which split on the graft prosecution
question. From the last figure obtain
able tonight It looks as though the
Crocker ticket would have a decided
majority over the Mauiy men, the pro
portion being about 11 to 7.
Crocker's Plurality Small.
In "the Mayoralty fight. Crocker se
cured a majority over Byron Mauzy of
698. his majority having been largely cut
down by the time the last vote was In.
Crocker's total was 8761, and that
Mauzy 8130. The small majority is
charged up to the fact that Countryman
cut heavily into the vote of Crocker and
that the Union Labor men who registered
as Republicans were instructed to vote
for Mauzy as being a weaker candidate
for P. H. McCarthy to fight.
Dr. Leland took the Democratic nom
ination over Supervisor McLeran by 1S3,
and McCarthy's majority on the Union
Labor ticket was 8446. j
Prosecutors Claim lctory.
The graft prosecution is claiming a
great victory for Heney, because he se
cured the Democratic nomination and
says that he will win out in the coming
political battle. Astute Judges of politics,
however, iigure that theAsslstant District
Attorney had a hard row to hoe.
As between the Mayoralty candidates,
Crocker is looked upon as a favorite,
although It 'is believed that McCarthy will
make a hard fight and that trie Union
Labor vote will be worth considering,
even though the Schmitz exposures were
of such recent date. Leland and Crocker
are more than likely to draw from each
other and McCarthy might skip In be
tween. t i
SPAIN IKES ATTACK
GENERAL MARINA TAKES AG
GRESSIVE IX AFRICA.
MRS. THAW WAITS FOR APPEAL
Harry' Mother Issues Statement on
WHITE PLAIN'S. N. Y., Aug. 18. Mrs.
Mary Copley TOaw gave out the follow
ing statement today:
"The only request made for my son
was that he be transferred to the
liloomington asylum, although, as a
sane acquitted man, he should have been
"There was no suggestion of bonds
or of any other fantastio features men
tioned. It was simply the argument
that an acquitted man ought not to be
placed in a criminal institution.
"The thought waa suggested that the
Judge" would surely order this change If
a personal appeal was made to him.
Gladly my daughter offered to.
Efforts of Xo Avail.
"Twice she communicated with us here,
the last message telling how fruitless the
hard Journey had been. Bhe cannot be
back before her brother leaves for Mat
teawan this afternoon.
"He goes with courage tfhdannted by
this outrageous decision and we will all
look forward confidently to the action
of the Court of Appeals. It cannot be
that this illegal restraint of an acquitted
man, known by everybody to be abso
lutely sane, can last much longer, no
matter how vindictive those who would
attempt to default Justice may be.
"Allow me to correct some gross mis
takes regarding this brave devoted sister
and daughter. Alice Thaw made no
stipulation, ror did the family of the
Marquis of Hertford, at the time of her
marriage, such as are published in some
of the morning papers. On the con
trary, her entire estate remained In this
country, absolutely under her own con
trol. Xo Trouble Abroad.
"The Hertford family 'always paid her
the utmost respect for good and suffi
cient reasons, aside from her own per
sonality. When she annulled her mar
riage, a year and a half ago. she had a
perfect right under the English laws to
hold the title. She was urged to do so
h- her friends and her legal advisers, but
she preferred to be rid of it altogether.
"She had a host of warm friends In
England, and her own quiet home of St.
Jamea Park, like my own, has been kept
open all these months hoping always, for
HOT WAVE SEEMS BROKEN
Relief Conies to Kansas and Prairie
States After Suffering;.
KANSAS CITY. Aujf. 1. With. 10
deaths in Kansas City from heat In the
12 hours up to this morning, the torrid
spell in this part of the Southwest has
been broken. At 9 o'clock thle morning
the temperature record at the weather
bureau hero was T9, six degrees below
the record at this hour Tuesday. The
cool east breeze started this morning.
At Topeka and generally throughout
Kansas a similar fall was reported.
Most of the deaths In this city oc
curred late last night and early today.
Half a dozen other persons -who had
been prostrated on Tuesday were still
under treatment today, but tt was be
lieved all would recover.
BIGAMIST MUCH WANTED
Man Accused of Marrying Two Cali
fornia Women Held in East.
SANTA CRUZ. Cal.. Aug 18. Sheriff
Trafton today started for Sacramento,
where he expects to obtain requisition
papers for Harry Price, wanted here on
a charge of bigamy, amt captured at
On May 18, 1908. he married Miss Alice
Kldd, of this city, and a few weeks later,
Mrs. E. Nichols, of San Jose, swore to
a complaint charging that Price had al
ready married her daughter.
HENEY IS TWICE NAMED
(Continued From FhTt Pace.)
triot Attorney and that he desired to
be elected because he desired to bring
the prosecution of the graft cases to a
successful close, Heney made no cam
paign. For several weeks he has been
In Alaska, and his campaign was made
by his friends with the support of two
Less than BO per cent of the vote fr
Dr. T. W. B. Leland. the Democratic
nominee for Mayor, was cast for Dis
Another feature of the election was
Town of Xador, Where Moorish
Force Is Concentrated, Object
of Xew Movement.
MADRID, Aug. 18. According to advices
received here today from Melilla, Moroc
co, the Spanish cruiser Princess de
Asturlas has begun an effective bombard
ment of Nador, a point on the coast
where the Moors are concentrated.
General Marina, the commander of the
Spanish forces, has sent SOOO men by sea
down the coast to disembark and turn
the position of the Riffs In the Uruga
Mountains. This movement will be sup
ported by the main army, which will
march In the direction of Nador. Gen
eral Marina has forbidden the war corre
spondents In Morocco to send out dis
pitches during the operations.
The Spanish garrison at Eldimusa
opened fire on the enemy today, killing
and wounding many. The Moors at
tacked a Spanish convoy, killing one man.
TROUBLE ENDS VACATION
Campers Start Fire and Infuriated
Settlers Wreak Vengeance.
TACOMA. Wash., Aug. 18. SpeciaL
Their vacations spent behind the bars of
a rural prison and in the custody of a
Town Marshal Wwhom they had been ln-4
trusted for safe conveyance to the nearest
court by infuriated ranchers of the Hood
Canal district, R. HatlocK, of the tax
department of the Oregon Railroad &
Navigation . Company and the Southern
Pacific Railroad, and a Portland news
paper man who has so far succeeded in
concealing his identity, are returning
home flat broke.
The two passed through Tacoma a few
days ago bound for Hood Canal. There
they established a camp. One day they
left a campflre smouldering near, their
tent and while they were away a wind
sprang up. fanning the embers into a
blaze, which soon spread to the tent.
When the luckless fishermen returned
a crowd of ranchers stood near the ruins
of the tent. The ranchers had Hallock
and his friend arrested and escorted them
to Shelton, where a Justice of the Peace
relieved them of their money. Today the
pair arrived in Tacoma without any
money in their pockets and the only re
mains of tfcelr outfit, the clothes they
HEAT BOOSTS UP WHEAT
Shortage Indicated in Dakota Fields,
and Prices Soar.
CHICAGO, Aug. 18. In the wheat mar
ket today an advance of prices was noted
from the opening, owing at that time to
the effort of the shorts to cover as well
as a slight pdvance in the Liverpool ca
bles. But later in the day the advance
became a -sharp one, when Minneapolis
advices indicated a shortage of 25,000,000
bushels in the North Dakota wheat fields,
owing to the excessive heat.
The result was September wheat showed
an advance of nearly 3 cents shortly be
fore the close, and December sold up to
9S 6-S, an advance of nearly 2 cents. Both
dropped a fraction before the close, but
the end of the day showed the market
strong and excited
Boy Kicked by Colt.
VALE, Or.. Aug. 18. (Special. V Ar
thur Glenn, aged 15, son of Mr. and Mrs.
A. W. Glenn, of Vale, was kicked in the
face by a horse last night and mlraou
ously escaped being killed. The lad and
his younger brother were driving two
young colta, whioh they had raised as
pets and which they thought to be per
fectly gentle. Suddenly one of the colts
became frightened, lunged to one side and
at the same time kicked viciously with
both hind feet. Arthur was standing
directly behind the colt and both hoofs
struck him full in the face.
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New Fall' Suits
are here in plen
The best exam
ples of fashion
able apparel are
Housekeepers' Day Marked Here by Great Economies
Women's $6 O
fords $2.49 a Pair
1000 pairs of LOW SHOES all to
go at one price, regardless of cost.
To clean up special lines in our
finest grade low shoes we have
put them all into one big lot, in-.
eluding Suedes, Buck Patents,
Kid and Colt Leathers. Fancy
colors and staples, one and two
hole sailors, pumps and Georgia
ties. Also 12 regular lines in
which we have all sires; repre
senting new stylish shapes and
leathers. Regular values to $6.00.
Pick out a pair today , CO AQ
for this very low price. . . Qti tU
Camp Stools 25 c
Folding Camp Stools, with can
vas seat, convenient to carry.
Value 35c, on special sale QCp
at the low price of, each. ... uu
Gldss Wmtmdm :M - A ing
Large line of new
Fall Veilings just
received; all the
too varied for description.
Great Sale of Curtain Ends
Bi?'! yn" could set out of short-length Lace Curtains
aside from the ordinary adaptation? Just visit oar
curtain department and let us show you the pretty
patterns of Irish Point, Brussels Net, and Novelty
varieties, ranging in price tor the full lengtn tur-
Short lengths of 1 V2 yds.
Did it ever dawn upon you what a variety of uses
trims from S7.50 to $25.
- ; i r "i if. 5vl itV C7 ostfh
3 in single enas, special, jjw ""- "
Summer Sale of Blankets
Special Summer Sale of Best Blankets, including sanitary
gray, fawn and fancy plaids. -
Regular values $1.50, on special sale at. . . S) 1.15
Regular values $2.50, on special sale at .
Regular values $2.75, on special sale at ..10
Regular values $3.50, on special sale at. . . . .$2.75
1 Neckwear, Gloves
Now is the time to lay in a sup
ply of neckwear, dressy jabots,
embroidered linen collars, tai
lored stocks and wash -belts, all
splendid values, regularly QQp
priced to $1.50, special Jdu
Silk Gloves in white, best fast
black and colors, values on
to $1.50, special at, pair.
Children's extra weight
hose in fast black ribbed
cotton, values to 25c, sp'l.
Sulky Carts $1.50
Two-wheeled Sulky Carts, a boon
of usefulness to the mother, and
a joy to the child. "Will carry any
child from 1 to 5 years P1 Cfj
old. Value $2.00, special. 0 I i0U
Children's Wash Hats at 19c
Fancy and Plain Styles in Children's Wash Hats,
suitable for beach or street, just tne uimg iui "iy
Fall school wear. Values to fcpeciai
for this midsummer sale at the low price of. .
Ladies' and Children's Sunbonnets, "assorted
colors. Regular Values up to 30c. Special. .
Children's $1.50 Dresses 89c
-rrr:..- t Pimm and Duck Dresses, made
French or Buster styles, ages from 2 to 5 years.
Values to $1.50, on special sale at, eaclu. . . . 89
Values to $2.25, on special sale at, each f J
Values to $3.50, on special sale at, each $1.98
Slightly Soiled Coats at 98c
A lot of Slightly Soiled Pique Coats, sizes from 2 to
6 years. A trip to. the laundry will make them fresh
and pretty, and still leave the total cost at less than
half the regular selling price.
'Values to $3.25, on special sale at, each 98
Values to $6.50, on special sale at, each $2.19
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One Shot From Bluejacket
Ends Cretan Revolt. .
FOUR POWERS IN CHARGE
Warships Land Forces at Canea and
Occupy Fortress to Prevent Ac
tion Which Would Cause
War With Turkey.
CAKE A, Island of Crete. Aug. 18.-
well-directed shot fired by one of the
bluejackets landed early this morning
brought down the flagstaff of the Canea
fort, and with It the Greek flag that
has threatened to bring about war be
tween Turkey and Greece.
A combined landing party composed
of detachments from the ships of the
four protecting powers went ashore
before sunrise today and the task of re
moving the emblem was carried out
in a few minutes without any attempt
at Interference on the part of the
Most of the bluejackets then returned
to their ships, but small detachments
representative of the four powers
were left behind In occupation of
the bastion of the fortress to pre
vent an attempt on the part of the
Cretans to raise another flap.
JAP STRIKERS ARE GUILTY
Jury Finds Four Took Part in Con
spiracy in Hawaii
HONOLULU, Aug. 18. After being put
six hours the Jury in the case of , the
four Japanese strike leaders charged
with criminal conspiracy brought in a
verdict of guilty at 10:45 P. M. yester
day. The defendants. President Maklno,
of the Higner Wage Association, the or
ganization in charge of the Japanese
laborers on the sugar plantations of the
islands; Editor Soga, of the Japanese
newspaper J1JI, and Assistant Editors
Negoro and Tashaka. of the same paper,
were arrested and charged with criminal
conspiracy, June 14, when officers witlt
search warrants entered the offices of
the JIJi "and the Higher Wage Associa
tion and found there evidence of what
the authorities claim! to be a wide
spread move on the part of the Japanese
strikers to take possession of the gov
ernment of the territory. S
Later the grand Jury charged the ar
rested men with criminal conspiracy to
SUCCESSFUL AND UNSUCCESSFUL CANDIDATES FOR
REPUBLICAN MAYORALTY NOMINATION AT
SAN FRANCISCO. '
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Incite rlnt. violence and injury to property
of plantations affected by the strike, A
futile effort was made to secure the re
lease of the accused leaders through,
habeas corpus, and they were brought to
trial on the charge on July 14v
THIRTY FALL WITH BRIDGE
Ten Chicagoans Badly Injured When
CHICAGO, Aug. 18. Ten persons were
Injured seriously and 29 others had nar
row escapes tonight, when 250 feet of
the 12th-street bridge over the river and
viaduct collapsed. It was thought at first
that several had been killed, but work
men digging in the Aiins until late to
night had not found any bodies.
The accident occurred Just after a
streetcar had run part way across the
bridge, and 30 passengers had alighted
to walk over the dangerous portion to
get another car. The passengers were
hurrying in la huddled group when there
was a loud rumbling and a crash, and
the footway sank, carrying many to the
pits below. Many escaped by clinging
to side timbers. Several of the injured
were found with legs and arms broken
and internal Injuries.
The bridge had been weakened hy con
UFT MUST BE SEEN
Seattle Raises Storm
PRESIDENT. TO, BE VISIBLE
PRANK COSTLY FOR BOYS
Lads Who Greased Council Crest
Track May Be Sentenced.
Charles Cross and Edward Kruschke.
the 12-year-old boys who greased the
streetcar rails on Council Crest, will have
their hearing before Juvenile Court Judge
Bronaugh tomorrow afternoon. . They are
being held tinder lock and key at the De
tention Home. It is probable the lads
will be sent to the Reform School, as
this has been the disposition of all simi
lar cases in the past.
Chief Probation Officer Teuscher vis
ited the scene of the rail-greasing yester
day and found that daubs of black grease
had beerfc applied abotk every five feet
in two place 60 feet long. Frank Warren,
switchman for the streetcar company,
who seized the boys and turned them over
to the police, and who warned the car
crew In time to prevent an accident,
pointed out . the places where the boys
worked their dangerous prank. i
CHESTER GETS POSITION
Succeeds Gordon as Counsel of
Great Northern Road.
TACOMA, Wash., Aug. 15. (Special.)
Attorney L. F. Chester, of Tacoma. has
accepted the position of chief counsel for
the Western division of the Great North
ern Railroad, succeeding the former
Chief Justice, M. J. Gordon,, who resigned
some time ago. Mr. Chester's Jurisdiction
will Include the company's interests in
Idaho and Washington. He will make
his headquarters at Spokane. '
Mr. .Chester came to Tacoma two years
ago from Beaumont. Texas, where he
was legal adviser to the railroads and
streetcar lines. While in Tacoma he haa
acted as attorney for the Tacoma Rail
way A Power Company. '
SALEM SEEKS COOL SPOTS
Tina Mnt Be Snent In View
Throngs Kather Than in Quiet
Enjoyment or Sport, Is Dic
tum of Fair Officials.
SEATTLE, Aug. 18. (Special.) That
President Taft will not idle his time
away on the golf links, but must en
dure the gaze of the proletariat, was
the decision of a rather stormy meet
ing held today by the exposition offi
cials, including President Chilberg,
Vice-President McGrajr and Josiah Col
lins, chairman of the ceremonies com
mittee, who drew up the programme
that has aroused a storm of protest
from exposition people and local citi
zens. Mr. Collins returned to the city
today and made the statement that the
programme for Mr. Taft's visit as pre
pared by him was strictly in accord
with the President's own wishes.
''When I saw Mr. Taft lit Cincinnati
he expressed his willingness to give us
one day at the exposition, but at that
time and since then by wire he has ex
pressed a desire to spend the second day
at Seattle In rest and recuperation.
Because Mrj Taft is a lover of golf, the
outing at the Country Club was
planned. I believe the people of the
Northwest will have ample time and
chance to see and hear the President
In one" day, as he desires."
Other exposition officials maintain
their attitude of Insisting that Mr.
Taft's visit be made more of a public
affair, and that he spend his time at
the fair and in meeting and speaking
to the people of the Northwest.
Aug. 18. (Special.)
A carload of sockeye salmon, containing
about 6000 fish, is being received here
daily and packed at the Hoquiam can
nery. A small crew is engaged in the
work. The season for black salmon
opened this week and about 50 to 100 fish
are being received daily..
Attend Rosenthal's shoe sale.
90 in Cherr City.
SALEM, Or., Aug. 18. (Special.) A hot
wave hit the Cherry City today and, com
ing after weeks of cbol weather, it
caused some suffering.
The maximum temperature- recorded by
the Government thermometer was 80,
shortly before 6 this evening. Street ther
mometers showed several degres warmer.
N.'G. LARIMORE VERY ILL
"Wheat King of Dakotas" Suffering
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DENVER, Aug. 18. Newell G. Larl
more, of Larimore, N. D., second vice
president of the Trans-Mississippi Com
mercial Congress, now in session here, is
critically ill of pneumonia. Mr. Larimore
contracted a cold while at the Seattle
Mr. Larimore Is known as the wheat
king of the Dakotas and Is a close friend
of James J. Hill.
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