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OF BOMB OUTRAGE
ha Ncn blown away by a tornado.
Neville Story. John Helnchie, Samuel
Austin, ail farmers, were killed. George
Prior and wife, A. M. Bailey and four
children are all thought to be fatally ia
TKAIX LOST IV THE STORM
THE SUNDAY OREGOXIAN. PORTLAND. APRIL, 26, 1903.
One of Perpetrators of Galla
gher Dynamiting Thought
to Be in Custody.
ARRESTED ONCE BEFORE
Foil ii d With Boml I n lVs-ssion ,
Which. 1'pon Analysis, Wore
round to Be Harmless and the
Prlwner Was Discharged.
SAN FRANCISCO. April 25. (Tilef of
I'olicpi William J. BlfifKy" admits that one
of the perpetrators of the dastardly
dynamiting outrage at the Gallagher
home in East Oakland has been arrested,
and that he U-nt hi 1 :u- - in
down the criminal and taking him into
custody. The htef, however, would say
nothing more about the rune. The sus
pect Is six feet in height, weighs 1)
pounds, and -has a dark complexion, corresponding-
wilh the descrifrt inn of the
man seen near GallaKher's home. It is
N'lleved that his name is Wilhelm and
that he has been living in Kmeryville,
where he has frequently been seen at
Only Nine Kuef Jurors.
SAN FRANCISCO. April 25. With 2t
veniremen examined so far wild a special
venire of 7T mimes summoned for Monday
morning, the third w-ck in the work of
selecting a jury to try Abraham Kuef,
former political hoss, on one of the 117 in
dictments charg1rc him with bribery,
closed today with but nine jurors in the
HALF THOUSAND KILLED
continued From First Page.)
witnessed It, Instead of entering the
town at one side and passing out at
the other, the storm whirled and see
sawed about. Once or twice, judging
from the lay of the debris today, the
wind veered so much as noarly co dou
ble on Us trail. The result was terri
ble to the Inhabitants, many of whom
were caught and either injured or
killed after they had apparently es
caped. The usual freaks were played by the
wind. Twenty-seven prisoners wore in
the little town jail. The roof was
lifted off. but so horror-stricken were
they that not one gained his freedom.
None of the prisoners was seriously
The wreckage which remained on
the site of a lumber mill near town
consisted largely of splinters from the
aire of toothpicks up to small sticks.
Soldiers Guard the Town.
The total money loss at Purvis was
today estimated at $200,000. These fig
ures were obtained from dozens of bus
iness men, each of whom calculated his
The state tonight is furnishing tents,
the neighboring (owns are sending
supplies, and martial law affords prac
tical safety from looting.
The loss at Amite, I.a was estimat
ed tonight as close to $500.K0. :
In Washington Parish, I.a., the loss
was estimated at between J500.000 and
$1,000,000. Washington Parish Is lu
the logging country and much of the
loss there was In timber.
Child Killed at Prayer.
One child at Purvis Is said to have
been kneeling in prayer, her uncle
bending over her In an attempt to
shield her. but despite his care, a tim
ber which did not touch him killed the
little girl. Scarcely one brick of the
schoolhouso was left.
The school had been dismissed only
a moment before the tornado struck.
Near the town a farmer who was plow
ing saw the utorm approaching, and
managed to get the members of his
family out doors and behind stumps
before the wind struck. The house was
blown away, but none of the farmer's
family was Injured. One of the chil
dren killed is said to have been lifted
high in the air.
Amite, 1a.. was so badly damaged
that It was put under martial law at
once by order of the mayor. The storm
struck there just about noon, killing
two white persons and 13 negroes out
right, and injuring many others, most
ly negroes, so badly that physicians
who were rushed into the town in re
lief trains from several points said
the total death list of Anite would
reach at least 25.
Pries Crushed in hurcli.
Kov. Father Felix Pumpf was pos
sibly the tirst person kiiled at Amite.
He was in the bcllroom of his church,
having Just finished ringing the noon
day bell. He was crushed to death by
the falling tower. Airs. A. N. Ogden,
of Anite. was caught by the tornado
as she was driving to her home. A
tree fell across her horse, .killing the
animal, but she was unhurt. Forty
persons were at dinner at the Commer
cial Hotel when the storm struck, and
the roof was carried away, but not one
of the diners was hurt.
The path of the tornado was about two
and a half miles wide, and when it had
passed. Amite stood a wreck Large
numbers of farm animals were killed.
The greatest iosa of life among negroes
occurred in the vicinity of Natches. Miss.
In Concordia Parish. La., across the
Mississippi from Natch z. 13 lives were
lost, all except two of the dead being ne
groes. Tofsrd by Wind, hut I nhurt.
Twenty-five persons were killed In
Adams County. M issis-sipp near Natchez,
and 35 were killed in tiu- neighborhood of
Church, in Jefferson County, Mississippi.
The tornado in this section was about 100
miles due North of the Amite tornado
ami struck aloiit the same time. It was
In this section that a negro baby was
caught n 4 he wind, carried 3iw yards and
deposited In a swamp unhurt. An aged
negro woman was whirled into the air
and her head almost severed by the fly
ing timbers before she fell in a cotton
field h"0 yards from where her cabin
tood. The body of a little negro boy was
found In a field with a piece of timber
driven through the heart. The physicians
from Vidaha. La,, and Natchez spent all
day going from plantation to plantation
and sending the worst of the wounded
negroes, back to the cities to be treated.
Part of the humane work of the physi
cians consisted In having scores of in
jured animals relieved of their sufferings
by killing them.
Three Killed, Seven Injured.
LITTLE ROCK, Ark.. April 25. Reports
from Hector. Pope County, a town of ioo
habitant a, say one-half of that tow a
Delayed Pas-en? or on Mobile Road
May Have Been Wrecked.
MOBILE. Ala.; April 25. The south
bound passereer train on the Mobile A
Ohio Railroad, due . in .this city at 7:30
o'clock last night, has been lost on the
line somewhere between Citronele. four
miles above this city, and Moran City.
Mlss.. and up to an early hour today had
not been heard from. The tornado tore
down all wires and the railroad company
s withbut telegraphic communication ith
any part of the system beyond Citronele.
The tornado is believed to have
thrown heavy trees across the track In
its path Into Alabama, and the fact
that all wires are down has prevented
warning being given to the passenger
train. " Fears are expressed here that
the train may have crashed Into some
of the heavy obstructions and another
catastrophe added to the work of the
At the office of the Mobile & Ohio
Railroad It was announced that noth
ing had been heard of the southbound
passenger train. The northbound train
left Mobile about on time. 7:30 o'clock
last night, reached Citronele on time
and has been absolutely lost, along
with the southbound train from that
HODIKS BY THE W AGO X LOAD
Slaughter Around Natchez Negro
Boy, Wrapped Around Tree.
NATCHEZ, Miss.. April 25. Two bodies,
both colored, and badly mangled, victims
of yesterday's tornado, were found be
tween Giles Bend and Pine Ridge this
morning, bringing the list of dead in this
section to 71. of whom ail are negroes but
i wo. Five died at local hospitals during
the night. Several others of the injured
are not expected to live.
Three wagonloads of injured negroes
from Churchill neighborhood, with three
victims in each, were received at the.
Natchez Charity Hospital this morning.
These arrivals were reinforced by seven
Irom Lucerne plantation, in Concordia
Parish, La. One negro boy was almost
wrapped around a tree, his left leg being
broken In four places and his right arm
broken. His mother and two sisters were
killed. His father is dying from a frac
tured skull and four of his brothers also
are fatally injured. All of the physicians
volunteered services and four white volun
teer nurses are assisting in the hospitals.
CUTS feV AT H IN GEORGIA
Storm Kills 25 Persons and Tears
Down W hole Towns.
ATLANTA. Ga.. April 25. As a result
of the storm, which last night swept into
Georgia, 25 persons are dead and at least
lort are Injured, while many others re
ceived bruises and scratches from flying
debris in a dozen towns in this state.
The storm, which first appeared in
Georgia at Columbus on the Alabama line,
seems to have moved in a northeasterly
At Cave Springs, near Rome, where the
largest loss of life occurred, nine persons
were killed and many injured. In this
vicinity the wind swept a path half a
mile wide and five miles long. There Is
not a house, left standing in the storm
swept area. Hearn's Academy at Cave
Springs was badly d;ima?ed.
CUTS GAP THROUGH GEORGIA
Storm Wrecks Griffin Buildings and
Kills Many Persons.
ATLANTA, Ga.. April 25. Reports re
ceived here today say that a severe
wind storm struck Griffin, Ga., during
the night, wrecking part of the town,
killing tive people and injuring at least
15. The report declares that a cotton
mill and other business houses were
From Columbus. Ga., the Associated
Press received advices today saying two
persons were killed and a dozen In
jured by the storm there.
A telephone message from Griffin, Ga.t
says that Mrs. M. E. Greer, and M. O.
Chapel, were killed outright in their
homes and that a Mrs. Harris and her
son have died since.
The storm struck Griffin about 2
o'clock this morning, cutting a path of
about 100 yards wide through the city
and destroying at least 25 houses be
sides the Baptist Church and one or
two other public buildings. Numbers of
persons were injured.
Telephone messages from the path of
the storm report ' fatalities at Shipley,
Harris City, McDonough and Locust
Grove, Ga.. yesterday. It is reported
hero that a number of persons were
killed in these towns. The storm through
this section followed a path of a few
hundred yards wide and passed over
within a few hours.
AMITE DIGGING UP BODIES
W recked Town Becomes Prey to the
Lawless and Asks Help.
AMITE. La.. April 25. Seventeen bodies
have been recovered from the debris into
which a great portion of the town has
been converted by the tornado of yester
day afternoon. Fifty are dead and 500
r injured in the city and country Im
Mayor Kent has made an appeal to the
surrounding cities. Exposed corpses In
the town have. -become the prey of prowl
ing dogs. General disorder prevails and
the officials are finding the utmost dif
ficulty in preserving peace.
FORT DEPOSIT ALMOST GONE
Twenty Persons Killed Trestle and
Railroad Blown Away.
MOBILE. Ala., April 25. Report re
ceived here today state that the town of
Fort Deposit. Ala.. 148 miles from Mobile,
was almost wiped out of existence last
night by a tornado, and that at MrCui
lam. Miss., probably 20 persons were killed
and several injured in yesterday's storm.
The MeCullam trestle ana 400 feet of
track were blown off the right of way,
nothing being lct of the trestle but the
Mother and -Daughter Killed.
COLUMBUS. Ga., April 25. A terrific
storm struck Columbus today and
killed outright" Mrs. Norris and her
daughter, Bessie. A dozen others were
At Phoenix City and Girard. Ala., sev
eral dwellings were destroyed and one
church was razed. The loss to live
stock was heavy.
Death Total at AlbertvlIIe.
BIRMINGHAM, Ala., April 25. Twenty
five persons are reported to have been
killed at AlbertvlIIe. Ala., in the tornado
Riders Burn Ksuti Warehouse.
NASHVILLR. Ky., April 25. Masked
night-riders last midnight applied the
torch to the large warehouse of Paul
Kautz. at Bondes Ferry, 15 miles west
of here on the Ohio side, and destroyed
It. Mr. Kautz Is the Independent buyer
who was forced to leave Bracken County
a few weeks ago.
. Our new two-button sack, with
the special points that we have
had put into its making to carry
out the ideas of young men, will
be the most popular all-round suit
for this season.
The cut of the coat suggests
the athletic figure and there is
comfort and style in every line.
Suits at $15, $18 and $20.
166-168 Third Street.
ACTUAL INQUIRY BEGUN
PUBLISHERS MEET WITH COM
MITTEE FROM HOUSE.
Presentation of Case Against Paper
Trust. Alleging Restraint of Trade
Made by John Norris.
WASHINGTON. April 25. The actual
investigation of the wood-pulp and print
paper question, involving in prospect an
examination into the affairs of the paper
trust to determine whether or not it is
as alleged by the American Newspaper
Publishers" Association a combination in
restraint of trde and maintaining a mo
nopoly of the print-paper supply in the
United States, was begun today by the
select committee appointed by Speaker
Cannon, whose chairman is Representa
tive James R. Mann, of Illinois, and the
other members of which are Representa
tives Miller of Ken'tucky, Bannon of
Ohio, Stafford of Wisconsin, Simms of
Tennessee, and Ryan of New York.
Representatives of a committee of 50
appointed by the American Newspaper
Publishers Association arrived In Wash
ington today in response to a telegram
sent yesterday by Chairman Mann to
President Herman Ridder. of the asso
ciation, and General Manager Melville E,
Stone, of the Associated Press, inviting
testimony. The delegation from the
committee appeared before the investi
gating body in the afternoon and the
presentation of the publishers' case was
made by John Norris, business manager
of the New York Times, after which the
committee adjourned to Monday.
SLAPS ROOSEVELT AGAIN
House Committee Careless About
WASHINGTON, April 25. The limitar
tion in ..ie sundry civil bill affecting the
secret service also operates to do away
with the National advisory board on
fuels and constructive materials, created
by the President a few years ago as an
initial step in the establishment of his
policy of conserving the National re
sources of the country. An appropriation
for this board was carried In the sundry
civil bill for the fiscal years 1907 and 1!8.
The bill reduces from $250,000 to $150,000
the appropriation for fuel tests.
HBy a tie vote of 7 to 7 a motion made
by Representative Smith, of low"a, to in
sert in this year's bill a limitation pro
hibiting the sale of intoxicants in any of
the eight branches of the Natonal sol
dier's home was lost. The effect is to
authorize the re-establishment of the can
teen in these homes.
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Butler, Wash.; J. C. Miller. Chicago; Fred
Brooker and wife. North Yakima; W. D.
Willis and wife. Line Falls, Wash.; J. P.
Keating, Newberg; H. T. Prince. Dundee;
R. C. Brown. Chehalls; Edgar Faulk. Phil
adelphia; H. R. Koen and wife, Butler.
Wash. ; Mrs. Charles Hebberd, Spokane;
Lena A. Dod d. K alama ; R. M. Cramer.
Drain; Mrs. Arthur L. Hall, Goldendale,
Wash. ; H. E. Bittman. San Francisco ; H.
E. Cutler, Rockford. III.; C. E. Mackhaur.
Hood River; L. Ieard. Spokane; C. O. Irwin,
city; J. Teft. Arabia; George M. Vinton,
Seattle; C. M. Bennett and wife, Chicago;
George I. Gheen. Willholt; Oeorge A. Cahoe
and family. Tillamook: A. B. Cone and wife,
city; Harry Claxton, Seaside; J. H. Hartog,
April 25, 1908