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THE SUXDAYOREGONIAN. POOTLANp.;-APRIL 22x- 1906,
Grinding Noise Warns Busy
Throng on Golden. Gate
TWO FIRES ARE BURNING
"Water-Front Blares Will TJc Extin
guished Soon Unless a Galo
Springs Up and Scatters
the Burning Embers.
SAN FRANCISCO. April 2L-Late this
afternoon a journey - along the northern
water front of the city showed fires 'blaz
ing In but two places, and these were
hardly capable of spreading unless a se
vere gale springs up tonight. It ls""bc
lieed that unless the smouldering em
bers are again fanned into a blaze and
the embers scattered by the winds, the
water front for the time being Is safe.
The walls of several of the ruined build
ings In the down-town section of the city
collapsed today, but so far as can be
learned no one was Injured by the fall
ing stone, brick and steel. The tower
in the Hall of Justice, on Kearney street,
still retains its upright position, despite
the fact that but one small corner of the
structure bears the immense weight of
stool and granite. Several walls arc In
such imminent danger of toppling over
that it is believed they will be either
blasted down or torn downj
On Golden Gate avenue today one of
the side walls of the Mercantile Library
building fell across Golden Gate avenue,
curing one of the busiest periods of the
day, but a grinding noise before the-wall
fell Into the street warned pedestrians of
the approaching collapse.
"N ILL RESTORE WATER SUrPLY
Health Officials and Plumbers Take
Work in Hand.
SAN FRANCISCO. April 21. A medical
committee, composed of Dr. Ward, of the
City Board of Health: Dr. Regensberger.
of the Suite Board of Health, and Colo
mi Turney. of the Federal Board of
Health, today made a survey of the
supply lines of the Spring Valley Water
Company to ascertain definitely the loca
tion of the breaks. The committee, after
consulting with the chief engineer of the
company, proposes to engage 500 or more
plumbers to repair Immediately the pipes,
o as to secure a full supply of water.
The members of the Master Plumbers
Association have offered their services to
make a- houserto-house inspection of wa
ter pipes, with a view-lo making sanitary
Three maternity hospitals are to be es
tablished in different parts of the city.
A physician 1as been delegated by the
Board of Health to quarantine all houses
where contagious diseases may appear.
Colonel Turney announced that Harbor
View Park, situated at the foot of Baker,
had been secured for the purpose of hous
ing contagious patients."
Fully 2000 physicians liave responded to
the Health Department's call for volun
teers. NEWSPAPERS' UNIQUE ISSUE
AH Combine to Give Account of the
Earthquake and Eire.
OAKLAND, Cal.. April 21. The San
Francisco dully newspapers, all of which
were burned out. are gradually getting
In snap to servo their subscribers. On
Thursday morning, the duy after the fire,
the best showing the morning journals
tould make was a small combination
sheet bearing the unique heading, "Call-Chronicle-Examlner."
It was set up and
printed In the office of the Oakland Trib
une, gave a brief account of the great
MRS. H. CHAPMAN, Cmcinnafij'O.,
says : "I was bedfast a long time witfi
stomach and kidney troubles, but your
Bitters soon made me well again."
disaster, and took an optimistic view of
the future of the, stricken city.
Yesterday "'aid today the'p&pers. though
ftlll printed In .pale land, have appeared
under their own headings, and with a few
illustrations, showing scenes in the streets
of San Francisco. It is exacted that
within a short time they will be able to
replace their plants and present their
DON'T GO TO SAX FRAXCISCO
Bancroft Says Every Arrival Will
Increase the. Trouble.
SALT-LAKE CITY. April" -H. "People
should not go to San' Francisco," Is the
warning the Associated Press Is re
quested by General Manager. W, H. Ban
croft, of the Harrlman Western lines, to
give the public At every place along
the line hundreds are clamoring for tick
ets and transportation.
"Please point out the folly of this,"
says Mr. Bancroft. "Every arrival at
San Francisco increases the trouble of
the authorities and enhances the danger.
The authorities are doing everything that
can possibly be done. Instead of helping
the sufferers, an Influx of outsiders at this
time will add to the confusion and Im
pede the work of relief."
Mr. Bancroft, accompanying B. H. Har
rlman, passed through Ogden tonight go
Pacific Cable Picked Up.
NEW YORK. April 2L The San Fran
clsco staff of the Commercial Pacific ca
ble has established communication be
tween the. cable hut near the Cliff House
and Honolulu. The cable hut Is .still
cut off from the East. !
PROPOSE SPECIAL SESSION
Senators Recommend Legislature
Appropriate Money for Relief.
OREGONIAN NEWS BUREAU. WASH
Ington, D. C.. April 21. Senators Fulton
and Gcarin today sent the following tele
gram to Governor Chamberlain:
"In the presence of the appalling calam
ity that has fallen upon San Francisco )
inmviauai enrect, however earnest and
heartfelt, must necessarily fall far short
of what our people would like to accom
plish In showing our sympathy and rend
ering practical assistance. We suggest
that you call a meeting of the Legislature
for the purpose of making an appropria
tion for the relief of the stricken people
of San Francisco."
Senator Piles today received a telegram
from Governor Mead asking his opinion
as to the advisability of calling a special
session of the Washington Legislature to
.make a similar appropriation. Mr. Piles
replied that he would favor such session
unless the business men of the state will
agree to contribute a sufficient sum on
the understanding that the Legislature at
its next regular session will agree to re
imburse them. This is equivalent to
recommending the call of a special session.
Seattle Transport Headquarters.
OREGONIAN NEWS BUREAU Wash
ington. April 2L For the time being It Is
probable that Seattle may be made trans- 1
port headquarters on the Pacific Coast 1
until the docks and warehouses at San j
Francisco can be rebuilt. All the stores
on hand at San Francisco have been de- j
stroyed and there arc no facilities for
handling troops or supplies. The trans
port Sherman, now on the way from
Honolulu, will be sent to Seattle upon
arrival at the Golden Gate.
Larger Sum for Blanco LIglil&lilp.
OREGONIAN NEWS BUREAU. Wasn
ington. April 21. The Department or
Commerce .and Labor today sent to
Congress a revised estimate on a light
ship for Cape Blanco on the Oregon
coast. Senator Fulton's bill, which passed
the Senate, carried 5120.000, the amount
previously requested by the department,
but owing to the 'increased cost of mate
rial, the department now asks that the
sum be Increased to $150,000.
Captain Penrose Transferred.
OREGONIAN NEWS BUREAU. Wash
ington, April 21. Captain George H.
Penrose. Quartermaster. Is relieved
from duty at Port Townscnd and In
charge of construction work at Fort Wor
dcn. Fort Casey and Fort Flagler and or
dered to Fort Wayne. Mich., to assume
charge of construction work at that post.
The Quartermasters at Fort Wordcn.
Fort Casey and Fort Flagler. In addition
to their present duties, will assume
charge of construction work at their re
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Continued From Psse 1. ) iV
while the", new Postofflce ana theUatted
States MJnt are still serviceable.
ALL SAY CITY WILL REBUILD
Leaden; 11b FinaHce Predict Greater
Strength and Beauty.
NEW YORK. April a. In spile of the
staggering property losses involved In the
destruction of San Francisco by earth
quake and fire. New Yorkers who have
large Interests at stake in that city and
Califoml&ns resident here say. without
hesitation, that San Francisco will be re
built as speedily as possible; that the city
will rise from Its ashes on grander lines
than those of the past, and that It will
be a safer and healthier city because of
the precautions to be taken against future
earthquakes and conflagrations.
D. O. Mills said:
"In spite of the uncertainty, one thing
Is sure: The city -will be rebuilt so that
earthquakes will not shake It down and
bo that Are will not destroy It.
"And we will have a water system
which will enable us to draw watjr from
the sea for fire-extinguishing service and
other municipal purposes. We will thus
have less to fear from the destruction of
the land mains."
Archer M. Huntington, son of Cbllls P.
"San Francisco Is the logical metropolis
west of the Rockies, and all talk of aban
doning the city In favor of some such
place as Seattle Is foolishness. I can say
that the city will be rebuilt at once: that
It will be an Improved city, and that In
the building profit will be taken from
Isaac Guggenheim said:
"Of course. San Francisco will rise
again. We have every confidence In Its
recuperative powers. It rill rise like the
Phoenix and be bigger and more beauti
ful. Buildings will go up that will not
tumble down when the earth quakes, and
neither will they burn so easily, and It
will be one of the most beautiful cities In
C. E. Laldlaw said that commercial ne
cessities would take care of San Fran
cisco's future, adding:
"I see no reason why the city should
not rise again. The tendency, of course.
Is to rebuild."
"There can be no possible doubt that
San Francisco will rise irom the ashes of
her ruins." declared Colonel Dudley
Evans, president of the Wells-Fargo Ex
"It Is a question of only a few years
before the city will be greater and grand
er than ever before. It will have the ex
perience and the mistakes of the past as
a guide, and even If there should be an
other visitation of an earthquake there
would be little to fear.
"Some plan must be devised which will
alleviate the necessity of building on the
made land of the wholesale district.
"It has virtually no foundation to sup
port the great buildings which rested upon
It, and It seems to me likely that the
merchants will move to the solid ground
formerly known as Tar Flats south of
Market street." ,
That no time will be lost In the work of
rebuilding San Francisco Is suggested by
the fact that the large engineering and
contracting firms are sending their most
expert men to Investigate the ruins, with
a view of discovering which form of con
struction best withstood the shock.
The city will require about 2M.0M tonB
of structural steel to repair her losses and
erect new buildings, accordnig to E. H.
Garry, head of the United States Steel
Corporation, and other authorities.
One result of the earthquake, it was
claimed, will be to give an Impetus to the
use of steel skeletons In future building
along the Pacific Coast.
GOVERNMENT WILL REBUILD
Senate Calls for Estimates for the
WASHINGTON. April 21. When the
Senate met yesterday. Scott presented a
resolution calling upon the Secretary of
the Treasury to prepare for the Senate an
estimate of the cost of replacing the
ruined Federal buildings in San Francisco,
and it was adopted.
The Resolution suggests that the esti
mate should be for steel frames.
A resolution presented by Morgan, at
tho request of the Secretary of War. mak
ing the money appropriated by the resolu
tion pasted. Thursday for the relief of San
Francisco sufferers available for the pur-
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OREGON TRUST &
General Baaklsr; Builaeat Traauetrd.
Drafts Xstxed ob All Parts ot taa World.
W. H. Moore, President. .
E. E. Lytic. Vice-President.
W. Cooper Morris. Cashier.
W. H. Moore. E. E. Lytic.
Leo Fried e. H. A. Moore.
W. Cooper Morris.
chase 'of medical supplies as well as for
subsistence and quartermaster supplies,
was also passed, '
STREET-OARS , RUX AGAIN".
Temporary Franchise Granted Trol
ley Line on Market Street.
SAX FRANCISCO. April 21. Manager
Mullaly. of the United Railways, an
nounced that cars would be operated to
morrow from the ferry through the city
to Turk. Eddy and Fillmore and that with
in a few days the temporary service to be
established would cocr the greater part
of the city. Transportation for all pass
engers and supplies will be free until'
conditions are relieved. Mayor Stfimllz
has granted a temporary franchise for a
trolley system down Market street. u re
main In force until revoked.
All Catholic schools and other Institu
tions under control of the clergy will be
turned Into hospitals and living apart
ments. The sisters and nuns will act as
nurses. General Funston has -taken steps
to prevent the shipment of any lumber
out of California.
In the attempt to repair the water sys
tem a serious difficulty has been encoun
tered In the loss of all the underground
WILL INVESTIGATE EFFECTS
Contractors Will Learn What Struc
ture Stood Shock Best.
NEW YORK. April 21. That no time
will be lost in the work of rebuilding
San Francisco Is suggested by the fact
that the- large engineering- and contracting-
firms are sending- their most
expert men to investigate the rufns
with n view of discovering- which form
of construction best withstood the
shock. The city will require about
250.000 tons of structural steel to re
pair her losses and erect new hulld
Ings. according- to E. H. Gary, head of
the United States Steel Corporation,
and other authorities.
One result of the earthquake. It was
claimed, will be to give an Impetus to
the use of steel skeletons in future
building- along, the Pacific Coast.
Will Rcopcn BuIIdlnpi Monday.
OAKLAND, pril 21. It was stated
upon authority? Uat night that the Mer
chants Exchange. Falrmount Hotel and
Monadnock building would be open for
public offices on Monday morning.
All these buildings have been carefully
examined by expert architects, who have
pronounced their framework and founda
tions to be absolutely safe. All three
buildings have been burned to a certain
extent, but the fire In no way caused
them to become a menace to life and
Contractors Prepare for Work.
OAKLAND. Cal.. April 21. It was stated
here this morning that a number of firms
In San Francisco In structural and archi
tectural work are making preparations to
open up their Iron plants as soon as pos
sible, and that many of them will estab
lish temporary plants In this city.
A number ot Arms that have shipments
of steel on the way to San Francisco will
have the freight landed In Oakland. All
of these firms have announced that for
mer employes will be given preference
over others when actual worK is com
Stands Alone Among- Ruins.
OAKLAND. Cal.. April 2L A queer
freak of the Arc Is shown by the fact that
In the densely packed district at Howard
and Spear streets but one building is
standing. This is the tine fix-story office
and factory of J. A. Folger & Co.. which
of all the structures in that neighborhood
is the only one that withstood the earth
quake and conflagration.
Rocbllng's Company to Rebuild.
TRBNTON. X. J.. April 2L The John
A. Roebllng's Sans Company, of this city,
whose store and warehouse were de
stroyed In San Francisco, has decided to
rebuild at once.
Two .More Legal Holidays.
SACRAMENTO. April 2I.-Governor
Pardee today issued a proclamation de
claring next Monday and Tuesday legal
WILL DIG CANALS ITSELF
Government "Will Let Jfo Contract,
but Hire Indians.
OREGONIAN NEWS BUREAU. Wash
ington. April 2L The Secretary of the
Interior today ordered the construction
of the Klamath (Or.) distribution sys
tem of canals by the force of the Gov
ernment. This construction Involves deli
cate questions of right of way on pri
vate property, and It is thought contro
versies which might be likely to arise be
tween property-owners and contractors
would be avoided by the Government do
ing the work.
Further advantage In undertaking work
in this tray is the great saving of time.
At least SO days would be required to ad
vertise for "bids, while under the pro
posed scheme work can be commenced
It Is expected that. In view of the scar
city of labor in that section, the. Govern
ment will give employment to several
hundred Klamath Indians who reside on
the Klamath reservation, not far from
SAYS D0WIECHEATED HIM
'Xew Mexico Man Charges Prophet
With Swindling Hlra.
CHICAGO. April aSl-Janses SarrocTcof
New Mexico, today made complaint to
the Federal authorities that he had been
defrauded by John "Alexander Dewte out
of a sum close to J39.W. and that the
wall had beea used la the operation.
Copyright 1906 bj
Hut Schaffhcr & Marx
IE DFLEADS HEflEY
Hermann Suddenly Anxious to.
IN PROSECUTOR'S ABSENCE
Insists That District Attorney, "Who
Knows Little of Case, Conduct
Trial While Jlcncy Is In
OREGONIAN NEWS BUREAU. WASH
INGTON. D. C. April 21. Representative
Hermann, who only a few weeks ago was
availing himself of every technicality to
postpone trial in the Supreme Court of the
District of Columbia, on the Icttcrbook
Indictment, has suddenly grown anxious
to race a Jury. o sooner was Hermann
noticed that tfie Government would like
to postpone his .trial because Mr. Heney
has been obliged to return to Sin Fran
cisco, than he entered a stout protest and
came forward with a demand that his
trial begin next Wednesday, as recently
ordered by the court.
Hermann's attorneys notified District
Attorney Baker today that they were un
willing to allow further postponement.
Hermann has made all preparation for
trial. He has summoned several witnesses
from Oregon, who came and are here at
his expense, and has gone to other ex
pense and the attorneys state that their
client Is entitled to an Immediate hearing.
Insisting that the prosecution be conduct
ed by District Attorney Baker In the
absence of Mr. Heney.
It so happens that Mr. Hener worked
J up the case and was prepared to go Into
i court and conduct the prosecution, while
Mr. Baker Is not prepared and would be
seriously handicapped If required at this
late day to take up a case with which he
Is not familiar. It Is noted that no sooner
had Mr. Heney left Washington for Sin
Francisco than Hermann showed signs of
Intense eagerness to stand trial, but this
is the first time such symptoms have been
In view of the fact that the Government
would be seriously handicapped If com
pelled to go. on with Hermann's trial dur
ing the coming week. It Is expected that
the case will be continued until the Fall
term of court. Notice was today served
on Hermann's attorneys to appear In
court Monday and show cause why trial
should not be postponed until Mr. Heney
can return to Washington. Had Her
mann been as ready for trial a month ago,
when the Government wanted to go ahead,
as he Is today, he would stand a better
chance of winning out In this controversy
with Mr. Baker.
PRACTICE MARCH TO BOISE
Two Troops Ordered There Ready
for Fcdcrationists Trial.
OREGONIAN NEWS BUREAU.' Wash
ington, April 21. The War Department
has instructed General Williams at
Vancouver to order two troops of cav
alry now at Fort Walla Walla to make
a practice march from there to Boise.
Idaho. It is possible that one of the
troops may be stationed at Boise. This
whole maneuver Is planned for effect
on the labor situation in Boise as a
result of the Steunenberg- prosecutions.
Collector Crocker Will Hold Oa.
OREGONIAN NEWS BUREAU, Wash
ington. April 21. The President has
assured the Washington Senators that
B. D. Crocker, of Walla Walla, will be
continued as Collector of Internal Rev
enue for Washington and Alaska for
another four years. It Is not necessary
to reappoint Mr. Crocker, whose four
year term expires June 1, but he must
give a new bond. This. Is primarily at
Senator Ankcny"s request.
.Detective Kay Is Accased.
It Is rumored in police circles that
charges are to b preferred against Act
ing Detective Thomas Kay over con
tingencies arising over the arrest of Mrs.
Martha Foss. of 63 Second street. In
which the officer. It Is said, sems to have
erred. The case Is "being Investigated by
Captain Bruin, who. it Is sald will Hie
charges against the offlcer with Act in?
Chief Gritxmacher. The Chief last eve
ning said that no charges had as yet been
filed with him as to the delinquency of
Kay. The ause of the Investigation is
said to be over a dispute Mrs. Foss had
with a Mrs. Penn. the latter being- rated
as a stool pigeon of the officer. Kay has
been acting In the capacity of a special
agent of the administration in carrying
out a reform policy.
Halted Artisans to Rescae.
The United Artisans are raising a raa
for the relief of the Callfornlans. Tae
fund stood as follows last alghU
Formerly reported. 517Q.; J. A. Cteea
sob, 3: Tigaravflle. Or.. No. 57, 5 la;
1 Etwi in Outing Clothes, which njany
men are not particular about, the
HART, SCHAFFNER & MARX .
quality and style show plainly.
Outing Suits . . $10 to $25
3-piece Suits $12.50 to $35
Sam'l Rosenblatt & Co.
''Made in Oregon" CarnivalMay 19-26. Are you coming?
Wendllng. Or.. No. 263. $5: McMlnnvllle.
Or.. No. 18. J16: Bridal Veil. Or.. No. 65,
J50; Forest Grove. Or., No. 27. $17: Houi
ton. Or.. No. SO, 325; Ruth Assem..
Portland. Or.. $10; Dr. G. C Eshelman.
J5': H. S. Hudson. 55; Brooklyn Assem..
Portland. $10: Fram Assem.. Portland,
525: Mrs. J. Leach. Jo. Total. 5363.
FEAR NO PEASANT REVOLT
Bureaucrats Reinforce and Distrib
ute Army to Quell It.
ST. PETERSBURG. April 21. A semi
official communication Issued today de
clares that the agrarian disorders pre
dicted for the Spring are now Impossible,
as the troops everywhere in the empire
have been considerably reinforced and
distributed In localities where disorders
were anticipated. The communication also
says that the recruits have completea
their training-, that the reservists have
been disbanded and that the police have
been thoroughly reorganized and In
creased by 55.000 men.
It says also that, despite a decrease of
53.000.000 In railway receipts, the revenue
for February was 57.000.000 greater than
that for February of last year. The ordi
nary revenue In 1905 amounted to 51.012.
000.000. exceeding the estimates by 523.
491.500 and the revenue of 1904 by 52.883,
500. The deficit for 1905 amounts to
592.000.000, of which 590.000.000 Is covered
by a loan.
MARTIAL LAW AROUND LENS
Miners Build Barricades, Wreck
Railroad and Telegraph.
LENS. France, April 21. Compara
tive calm prevails here tonight, strong
patrols being- on duty throughout the
district with fixed bayonets and drawn
sabers. By the order of the Prefect all
saloons were closed. Sixteen battalions
of Infantry rind four squadrons of cav
alry are epxected to arrive tonight.
During the day the striking coal
miners erected barricades, destroyed
the railroad and pulded down the tel
egraph and telephone wires. Four array
officers were Injured during a charge
of the troops against the strikers.
Fierce Battle With Strikers.
VALENCIENNES. France. April 2j.
A sanguinary encounter occurred to
day between 5000 striking miners from
Denain and a detachment of troops de
tailed to prevent the miners from in
terfering with nonstrlkers at Tfith-Saint-Legcr.
about four miles from
here. Many officers, soldiers and strik
ers were severely wounded.
General Strike at L'Orlent.
L'ORIENT. France. April 21. The
general strike organized on "fhuradaa
Is in full swing. Affras between the
troops and strikers are frequent.
Will Locate Alaska Bonndary.
WASHINGTON. April 21. Secretary
Root and Sir Henry Mortimer Durand.
the British Ambassador, signed a treaty
today providing for the actual physical
location of a part of the northern, bound
ary of Alaska, as agreed on in former
treaties. The 41st meridian was agreed
upon as the boundary, but a portion of
this meridian had not been actually lo
cated, and the treaty signed today pro
vides for the fixing of the unknown part.
Archbishop of Rennes Dead.
RENNES. France. April 21. Cardinal
Laboure. archbishop of Rennes, died here
today, aged 64 years.
Disaster Postpones Banquet.
ST. LOUIS. April 21. It was announced
today that the banquet that had been ar-
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ranged for April 27 by the. committee of
local Republicans, with Secretary of the
Treasury Shaw as the guest of honor, has
been called off on account of unwillingness
to hold festivities during the San. Fran
Taft Wants Smaller Commission.
WASHINGTON. April 21. Secretary
Taft resumed his testimony today before
the Senate committee on interoceanic ca
nals. He said Congress should pass an.
act reducing the commission to three
members, and that these three men should
have their headquarters o nthe Isthmus.
Operators Offer Arbitration.
CHICAGO. April 2L At a meeting held
here today of the executive board of the
Coal Operators' Association of Indiana.
Illinois and Ohio, a new proposition was
made to the miners, through President
John Mitchell, to arbitrate the differences
now existing between the operators and
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Pyramid Pile Cure is made In the form
of "easy to, use" suppositories. The com
ing of a cure Is felt the moment you be
gin to use it. and your suffering ends.
Send your name and address at once to
Pyramid Drug Co.. 3471 Pyramid Build
ing. Marshall. Mich., and get. by return
mall, the treatment wo will send you free,
in plain, sealed wrapper.
After seeing for yourself what It can do.
you can get a regular, full-size package
of Pyramid Pile Cure frcgn any druggist
at 50 cents each, or, on receipt of price,
we will mall you same ourselves if he
should not have it.
In Sozodont Tooth Paste are
combined the antiseptic, alkaline
and astringentpropertiea of Sozo
dont Liquid and the smoothness
of Sozodont Powder. Will not
harden in the tube or decom
pose. Is positively free from
acid and grit. Will not tarnish,
or scratch the enamel or gold
work of the teeth. Sold in col
lapsible tubes at all stores.
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dertand," an amusing end cttraciivt
little story for the ckUdrtrt.
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