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TIIE MORNING OltEGONIAN. MONDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1916.
! ONEIDA PRINCESS WTIrt SEEKS IXDl'STRIAL REORGANIZATION
AND AUTONOMY OF INDIANS OF UNITED STATES.
TO MURDER THEORY
Investigators Say Studious
Arrangement Indicates Ef
forts at Concealment
POISON THOUGHT MIXED
GIRL'S BOOKS POINT
Cnrm-ltr SaNatAiw I Ukr Thai
I'ss-af by faariWasra- and by Ma
(friii tatha-r; Orpel Marat
in Nrclaloaj of OIL
f.arn urp!. University cf Wl-iul
i intor. he!4 (or the poisoning o( Marian
Uxten. spaat tha oar la otuia I
tr Lake forest Jtl. No on waa at
l-w.d to aae him. i:B hie soother
fitled la ebtata prtntlo to talk le
aim aa, the tipttonk
Aathort'ie of Lake Coanty Ralph
J fsdy. the (tcttaa Attorney: Walter
r.-a;ire. Chief of Pollca la Lake For-
t. and Jaanea I. Kmc. foreroaa ef lb
ctronr- Jjry epast Iba day obtain
l-i nWn- la tba rasa.
Thr questioned the perente of lha
.-hr)Ulrl foun.t dead In HIma" Wood,
ana hi-r friend.. Joaephtna I !. Llea
r-ir loo ard Miry Marshall, and
Mary a fater. WliUara M-irsrialL who
waa with Mr. Lambert when they found
jtte Attorney Vmdy. when ha ra-
t,rn.i to Wiukxin Is tba evening;,
aid: 1 am not trying to convict aa
tme--nt man. tat 1 have not yt n
c uT.J a single bit of evidence which
would ahov tttat Or pel la Innocent.
Mae a afwatlsasly Arraaaess.
Mr. Lambert bad Mr. Marshall told
tha lnvUtlng trio that when tbay
found tha slrl she waa lying la the
now altn bar boo a held la bar arm.
Tola unnatural, thay pointed out.
If she had takan peieor aurcly aha
onl1 not baa held onto tha book a. If
had. then tha books muat Inevitably
hava fallen, too. and been scattered
area tha around.
Kut iba booka vara not xattrred all
er- tha (round. o. thay aay. noma
rn placed them to tha (Irl i arma after
ha had fallen, after aha waa dead.
home on arranged them studlooaly and
erfu::y. hoping It might cover op a
Tna polxn la Bee believed to have
keen svaatde of potaaaiuro and aa acid
UareWasere I aa fUaa W Imtare.
Cyanide of potassium kill Inatantly
and d-ea Dot bora eloerlv. Thera were
ald buraa aa tba corner of Marian's
mouth- llr throat and her lip had
1aea burned, liar band bad been
horned and when tha body bad been
takaa Into a warm room to thaw It out
lha undertaker aald ba noticed tba
fcqraa were apreediec.
rvar!tie of potassium and sulphuric
a-W ara need by tba cardenera of Lake
orest. Tba fume of tba milture am
terminate Insect The. a two pton
are sold at nearly all tha Lake Forest
Tie rombiaatlon waa Introduced Into
La roraat 6r V- '- Orpet. father of
ma srteoeer. (la kept tarce e.uentlttee
of bith poteona on hnd f r Baa ea tba
.'J-TorttiKt aerate. Tha Lambert alo
ken tie poiaona for uea oa tha siep-
Uirtert saU ba kept It Onder lock
ant kev. Nona had tha key 10 Iba
cabinet bat hire. elf Tha bey. ka (aid.
fca.J not been out of hla poeooaaioa.
Miia Attorney Idr ease tkal
Wiliam Orpet reuld kava obtained It.
Ha e?ent T'4e.iy hicht la Iba carace
ott Che V'-Cermuft aetata. II la aeaerted.
aa-4 eauM baea takea a botcla of tba
cryatala or a bottia of tha atld.
rwaalbllny PVaatad) Owt.
Tl wae polate. I oat thai ba could hava
tir 1 "i kottla with him after tna
-l had died and Ihrowa II out ef a
win.tw ae tha trala bora k Ira away
lotiri trpal waa eald to ba familiar
with tba poieoae. lie waa a (tadent
of rfterr.Ktry lla learned their u.ea
lt. from hi father or at tha I nl
avreiv of Wieraojin laoratocy
Tp-t baa take a to llearw. Ha r.
f a talk to Ma emptor. They
a.he.l km ahout tr Touber clrU to
Winn ha al t ha waa an'aced. lla had
toll the author'tlea It waa tbla an.
tcmaiii 10 CeteatLa Tosher which.
h d"-lard. caiead X:.e Lambart to
teba ha- ff.. lla ref'4l further la
formiio oa the aublect.
HIGHWAY DAMAGE SMALL
rolambu tlowl Will l raaaabt In
IfomJ Kl.er Wtxaj Snow Mrlta.
iroon nrvKR. or. b. 11 isp-
rtai. That t a damac to tha Colum
ba Hiver llichway la Ihia county from
ujM wt 1 ba far iea lhaa baa boea
avra.ted. la tha statement of Ancua
ll.-CHinaM. who stent tna paat weak
wit.- r. i.'l.r Telpboaa Company crawa
repairlnc linaa between far and Caa.
cwle Lo ka.
"Th worst slides bava ace-arrad 00
lha oil road." aaya Mr. McDonald.
"At Shell Ro.-lc Mountain, wher It waa
tnouchl sll'tee wou d demo! 1 ah retain.
InC walls, lha hlchway will be passable
aa so-jo aa tha now melts, ante fur
Ihcr elUea occur."
SUFFRAGISTS SHOOT VERSE
1 otra for omra fortaatrra to floro
Ksrd roiifmurara Today.
M:tV TOIiK. V 11. A bombard.
P'.-nt of rhymed valeatlnee will ba made
tomorrow oa New York tate Fenatora
and Kepreaentatlvea at WashlnaTton, It
was announced tonicht by nanlen ef
tia a. oncTesalonal L Dlutt for Womao
b't ft raaje.
Th- versa I designed aa a new
-r-. ct In the campaicn In aupport of
tn. proposed Xusan K Anthony constl
1. 1 maters of tha anloa hava baea at
t' for him time prepa.rtnr tor tha
M. alenttna day' mall delivery to
i"-n.wr of Coniraaa. Tba Versa will
b Duila persona!.
DOYLE WJLLPLEAD TODAY
JI-im nsrd of Killing Two Uomrc
to Appear In to art.
KLAMATH FALLS. Or- Fab. IJ.
lal Tha preliminary bearing for
William Doyle, held on tba rbarce of
murdering Mra. Marr A. TVtleoc and
hr eaachter. Mrs. Maccie Jones, laat
T'lesdav morning In Langell Valley.
ait ; mile east of thla citr. will ba
ba.J bafora Ju-t! e cf the I'ea- e f W.
arwer here. Monday morning.
rnranaf V . . I V Kill k bn feaaB Dfl.
able to ft aar trace of ary ralatlvaalby
lft by the women, and thay were I A.
buried hara Saturday. I
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MR. O. J. KKLUMiO (-EGA TAIITK.-).
BILL AIDS I
Oneida Princess Seeks Econo
mic Solution of Problem.
MODEL VILLAGES PLANNED
Orxanlcatlon of Antonoinoa Inda
trial Comma nil lew and Kllmlna
llon cf Tlxiae" Who Prry en
Ilrtlmra la Projarsee-d.
WASHINGTON. Tab. . tSpeclaL)
Orcanliation of the Indians of tba
Called Matea oa a new Industrial basic
a propoeed In a measure advocated by
Mrs. u. J. Kelloac. now here to ad
vance tha Interest of tbeea peoples.
Mrs. Kellocc la aa Oneida Princess.
Mi la foadiy called t:cahthyen by
bar race, for whose advancement she
baa lone been trac:mc. Sh Is now
workinc In support of a bill which wi.i
be Ittlrodored by Senator Lane, of Ore
coa. aad Senator llustlnc. of Wlacon
in. by which tba Indiana will be pro-
Mad .with a protected autonomous
-The bill." says Mes. Kellocc. "la
economic solution of the Indian prob
lam. In brief. It orcantcee Indian Ufa
nto industrial rommunttlea and In
model vKlacee oa tha reeervatlone. and
t providea tor the coiooiiinc elsewhere
f the element that prey upon tha
native who do nol speak lha tccllsb
When aaked to tell aomethlnc about
her-if Mra Kallocc said: "I was bom
Wiaronsla. My frandratber waa
hlef cf the Oneida. lla moved out
West. The Cberohaac save ni my
name of Ccahtahyen. It means Tha
I 'awn.' which they think I brine them.
The bill I am f.chtmc for la called tha
Lolomai. after a llopl term, meaning
good, beautiful, wise.
SLIDE DANGER EXTENDS
r.w rutcK 0 TiitHt Tnrrr
TIIMKtmi cm TftCt.
Lair I Daaaaare Aftrlbotrd Satareay
Mahl Ralss Laa Alrvavdy la ,
Flaw red la Tbsassaaa.
Further rain Saturday night Inr
creaaad the danger from dirt alidaa
bout lha city, but )etrrday showed
Ittle change la the situation accept for
naw crack ea Thurmaa streeL which
hreaten by spreading to carry away
portion of the car tracks.
hklrtlng the car tracks for a short
Istance near Aspen street, en Thur-
man, a crack aa Inch wide waa dlacov
red yeaterday la the Invrattgationa of
lobart Kramer, chief of th bureau of
Ichwaye and brtdcea. It may not
rove eertoua. but If It conlmuee to el
and may carry away part of th car
na In a slide that mlxht go down Into
he Linnton road. Thurman street I
rtty undermined near the and of the
Th hendaome residence of W. C
atwrence. J Montgomery iTIva. slid
slightly further down th slope yeater
day. but la not la Imminent danger of
deatructton aniens the rain contlouea
Montgomery lrive. for a distance of
; feet, is threatened by the dirt slide.
The homea of Fdward llolman on
Sttteentb afreet. Mr, ti. C. Long. 4ii
Mxleenth atreet. A. G. Long on Six
teenth street, and A. T. Noma on Mont
gomery iTlve. near Myrtle streeL ap
paared in no more danger yesterday,
there being no noticeable shifting of
earth In these localities.
Tbe slides ara causing thotrsand of
dollars' damage to property and city
streets. Kala ta the forecaat for today.
SHERIFF WINS IN SUIT
Plaintiff liOwr In F.ffort to Itcsrorrr
At fr I'orcarloaure Kale.
ORI-.OS C1TT. Or, Feb. U (Spe
cial. Sheriff W. J. Wilson Saturday
night won a suit filed against him by
K Hadley to recover property sol 1
by tha Sheriff. Tha amount or the suit
was !. The Sharif was repreaentej
Judge Grant B. Plmlck aad Wcltef
t M rr k k
11 Robinson several months ace
obtained a Judgment for $223 against
A. K Paulson for labor. Paulson's
cattle were attached and sold at
Sharif fa sale for I10. Hadley asserted
be held a first mortgage on the prop,
erty. and sought to recover from the
AERO RECORD IS BROKEN
Orrirlal naroEraph Adds SI I Kct
lo Floyd Smith Kitllmate.
FAN DIEGO, Cal, Feb. II. Official
announcement that Floyd Smith, civil
lan aviator, broke tha world' hydro
aeroplane record for a pilot and two
passengers when he ascended tii feet
here Friday, waa made today by Cap
tain Arthur 8. Cowan, chief of the
Mgnal Corps Aviation School. United
Mate Army, who represented tha Aero
Club of America at tba flight.
Calibration of the official barograph.
trapped lo Smith's seaplane, showed
the machine climbed (44 feet higher
than the altitude recorded In Smith's
pocket barograph. Tbe figure an
nnunced Friday after the flight was
VALUABLE CHEMICALS BURN
Cornell Laboratory and ' Sclent! f lc
ITHACA. N. T- Feb. 11 Morse Halt,
erected In Its, and containing Cornell
University's valuable chemical labora
torfea and scientific equipment, was
destroyed by Bra early today. Tha
loss I estimated at tloo.Ooa. partly In
sured. The cause has not been deter
mined. Firemen were menaced by chemical
plosion. Chemicals which It was
aid cannot ba replaced at present, ow
ing lo lha Kuropean war. were con
sumed. Itadiuro worth aboat f 1000 was
MINE'S DEATH LIST IS 26
Another Victim of Gas Explosion in
Pennsylvania Colliery Dies.
INDIANA. Pa-. Fab. II The list of
victim of the mine explosion at Krnest
on Friday reached 2 today with th
death from Injuries of (Stephen Ferris.
aged 10. a miner.
The bodies of those killed were
brought here after the explosion, but
they will be taken In a special trolley
car tomorrow to Ernest, wher funeral
services will be held, and later wilt be
returned here for burial.
rtrrriRKn ei.mkkr or xotb
Jassea B. Reblaaea.
James B. Robinson, a retired
engineer, died at his residence,
si Hawthorne avenue, lata Sat
urday. No funeral arrangements
have been made.
Mr. Roblnaun had been a real
dent of Portland for six year.
He was formerly connected with
tha Southern Pacific Company
for ii years. Later he was em
ployed aa consulting engineer for
tha Northern Pacific Company.
Mr. Koblnacn waa born at Tiro,
O.. and came West In early man
hood. On afarvh 25. lsJ. he
married Ml. Jeanrtlr Cochran,
of Oregon City. He is survived
by his widow and two sons.
James Kenneth and Donald Mor
row, both of this city.
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Wireless Paul Reveres Will
DAY ALL FOR AMATEURS
MrsMce to Be Flashed to 23.000
Licensed Operators on Kve of
Washington's Birthday, for
WASHINGTON. Feb. IJ. A demon
stration of radio preparedness will be
given by the SS.0O0 amateur licensed
operators In the United Stales, begin
ning Monday night. February 21. at 11
o'clock, central time. At that boar a
message In keeping with the spirit of
the following day, tbe anniversary of
the birth of George Washington, will
be flashed from a station near the
Rock Island Arsenal, Illinois, for relay
throughout the United States.
Government officials here. Army and
Navy officers particularly, have given
the plan their unanimous Indorsement,
but will refrain from actual participa
tion In the movement. This will be
left entirely to the amateur operators,
wireless associations and Boy Scout or
ganisations, the latter being used to
deliver the messages throughout their
respective terrlllortea. A copy of the
message will be handed personally to
each Governor and to Mayors of the
In working: out the plans officers of
the wireless associations have pointed
to radio communication as the quickest
means of arousing the country in time
of danger. They contrast their work
with the performance of Paul Revere,
who used the best means then avail
able to spread an order for mobilization
The message will be read at Lexing
ton. Mass.. and Mount Vernon. Vs., the
home of Washington, with appropriate
ceremonies, under the auspices of the
Boy Scout organization.
ANARCHIST PLOT IS SHOWN
fConltnned From First Pare
throws some light on tne motive of
the poison plot. It was this:
No. a chemist, could do a great
deal In the anarchist movement."
Aaaorlate'a Nasace Feaad.
Search of the Crones' room at 2201
Prairie avenue brouRht to light the
names of two of his associates and
their addresses. One man Is a New
Yorker, living in the tough East Side
district there, and the other lives In
Scranton. Pa. At the latter place snare-
h IM who move amonsc the Pinn-
a-vanla miners sowing ihlr rcvolu-
burn any and all soft coals without smoke
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errt. Sea Francisco, Lorn AogcJca, Toronto. Brentford, (Oat.), Lcsadon. Pari. Ben satis, Berlin, Cologne.
tlonury doctrines have been known to
From the report of the city chemist.
It appears that only the practice of
serving meager dishes of soups at ex
clusive banquets saved the lives of all
the dinner guests.
Commissioner Robertson declared
that two grains of arsenic Is the mini
mum poisonous dose. The dinner
guests, he said, would have bad to eat
t'i ounces of the poisoned soup for
any fatalities to have resulted.
The average portion served each
guest Is estimated to have contained a
grain and a half of the drug.
Onaee ef Arsenic In Kettle.
Based on the size of the soup kettle
and the results of Mr, Tonney's quanti
tative analysis, he Judges that 480
grains of arsenic, or one ounce, troy
weisrht. of the poison, was placed in
the soup stock by the man who at
tempted to destroy the lives of the ban
"It is significant, ne went on. "inai
the empty bottle which had contained
arsenic and which was found In Crones'
room was a bottle that had contained
480 grains, or an ounce, of arsenic"
YEGG SUSPECTS BANNED
CHIEF CLARK ORDERS GANG TO
Everett, Wash, Aathoritlee Not to
Come for ex-Coavict Charged Wltb
Attempt ta Blow l Safe.
Authorities of Everett. Wash., ad
vised Detective Captain Baty yesterday
afternoon that witnesses wanted to
testify on a charge of safe-blowing
against one of four ex-convlcts and al
leged yescmen. held nere, nave disap
peared and that the case could not be
handled for that reason. 1 ne men -win
be dealt with as vagrants.
They were arrested Saturday night
by Detectives P. Moloney, Swennes,
Goltz, Coleman and Snow, on advices
from Everett, charging an attempt to
rob the Riverside branch of the Bank
of Commerce, in that city. Thanksgiv
ing night. They are George Berry, ac
cused as the safe-blower; Arthur Swen
son, alias Morgan, aged 19: Charles
Shields, ex-convlct of Walla Walla
prison, and William Harrington, re
cently released from Folsom.
When the officers made the capture,
they left Instructions for companions
of the accused men all suspicious
characters to report to Chief of Police
Yesterday afternoon the balance of
the motely crew came into the Police
Station five of them. They were
James Riley, James Wilson. Otto Paul,
said to have a criminal record; Will
iam West and George Grant..
Chief Clark gave them orders to
leave the city without delay.
Six Chinese Taken in Raid.
Six Chinese were arrested last night
in a raid on an alleged gambling game
at 93 Vs Second street, by Lieutenant
Harms and Will Warren, secretary to
the Mayor. Lee Bow was charged
with conducting the resort.
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XO XATIOX CA.V AFFORD TO BE
HELPLESS, SAYS M1MSTKR.
Preparedness ta I'pllft Fallen Christi
anity Also Is Need, Saya Portland
Man la Saa Francisco.
SAN FRANCISCO.Feb. 13. (Special.)
"In this great crisis of today, with
the future so uncertain, no nation can
afford to be in a helpless condition,"
declared Rev. Dr. John H. Boyd, of the
First Presbyterian Church of Portland,
Or., In an address on "Preparedness,"
delivered today In the auditorium or
the Young Men's Christian Association
here. Dr. Boyd eald:
"Physicians say that a person should
not be helpless in the presence of a
paranoiac patient. Since the greater
part of the world appears to have gone
mad. I believe the same rule may be
applied. Inasmuch that a nation Is in
danger, when confronted by paranoiac
"But this is only one kind of pre
paredness," continued Dr. Boyd, "for
there la another Just as important, ana
that Is to prepare ourselves for the
noble work of uplifting fallen Chris
tianity. This great task has fallen to
the lot of our United States."
Bishop Sumner Host to Speaker.
H. L. Burleson, of New York, who is
one of the speakers on the Laymen's
Missionary convention programme to
morrow morning, will arrive tonight
from Tacoma, and will be the guest of
Bishop W. T. Sumner at Bishopcroft.
Dr. Burleson will address a mass
meeting of the Episcopal Church Mis
sionary Auxiliaries on Wednesday at
3 o'clock in the parish house of St.
Stephen's pro-cathedral. Women of all
the parishes and others Interested are
invited. Bishop Sumner will give a
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