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Receives Head of Fiend's
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MET WITH ACODERT
Sprained Hb Ankle and Was Ex-
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i - Drenching Rain. 7
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.. SEATTLE, 8ept tl.-Th rcblnf par
ty Utat left Mttla early thl moral nf
toun4 Mayor Huznea in an extremely bad
: ' condition In a dense wooda tbree xnllea
north of BothwelU He bad fallen and
' ' u lufferlnf "front a badly sprained
ankle, at wall aa being completely ex
bauated from bla long tramp In the wooda
and bla exposure Thursday night, Friday
and Friday night in a drenching rain.
When found be bad aecured scant shelter
under some logs, and was in very bad
Mayor Humes left Bla summer camp
at Lake Waahingtoa Thursday afternoon,
on a hunting trip, la company with bla
son. They discovered some bear tracks,
and the two became" separated, the Mayor
-V entering a densely wooded' country, after
promising to meet bis son at a point
about a mile and a bait distant. The
Mayor-failed tp keep bis promise, and,
after waiting a short time, bla son began
a March, in which be was Joined later by
a second son. The two continued the
search all ot Thursday night, and yes
terday the Mayor's brother Joined them.
No trace of the missing man was found,
and. three big searching parties left this
city this morning, with the result aa
Mayor Humes was more familiar with
this country than almost any other man
in Seattle, having Hunted through it re
peatedly as far aa Lake MeAleer. ' Had
be not met with the accident be could
"easily have found his way oat of the
wogds. He bad gotten on the trail of a
She-bear and followed" her several miles.
. With proper nursing ad nourishment.
It is thought the Mayor wilt soon recover
from hla unpleasant experience. He Is
about 60. years of age, but It remarkably
well preserved and of rugged constitution
IS STILL ON
jfoch Good Is Being Done by' the
People of Portland.
Money for the fire sufferers is coming
In right along. This morning about VMM
was brought in, making a total' ot &.
in- the hands of tbe treasurer. About
$4000 have already been spent by tne
committee In relief work. -
The executive committee met this
morning and heard reports from various
burnt-out districts. All showed much
Improvement in the situation of tbe peo
ple. The committee baa decided not to
meet every morning, aa they have been
doing for (he past week.hey wlir now
.meet twice, a week itore moneys i ex-
pectea, as tne narration Army nas prom
ised to send 4n more, and the proceeds
from the Athletic benefit ' have not aa
yet been turned oyer to the committee.
BENEFIT' IA8T NIGHT.
The athletic exhibition for the-benefit
of the fire sufferers, given last night at
the Multnomah Athletic Club's gymna
. alum, was well worth seeing. ' There
were all kinds of athletic feata, including-'tumbling
by tbe Turn Verein boys,
. - Juggling by James W. Puff, a wrest Ung
.snatch., by Joe Aotoa and Alex le France,
i boxing by Hood Sutler and Billy Iebiey
. and by Tracey.-and Penney. AH did
' their turns In . an exceptionally: good
manner.' The; Letter; Carriers' Hand fur-
Flour Hill Managers Make a Coun
MINNEAPOLIS, Sept. . 87. The flour
-mill managers of this city, m repiyinr
ts the demands of the workers, yeste'r
ay made a counter proposition. The
... following scale is offered; Miller now
receiving $3 a day to receive 33 cents an
- hour, the machine men now receiving
j; K.60 a day to receive a cents an hour,
Tba Flour Mill Employes' Union is to
; meet Sunday. Tbe strike has been set
for .Monday "if the union determines to
. reject the proposition.
: The wind played havoc with persons
rroaslng the bridges yesterday. UmbrE-
1m and bats were blown away and lost.
In the morning three women and a man
' were crossing the' Morrison street bridge
when the wind suddenly sprung p and
. Seized the bat belonging' to oen of the
Women on the south aide of the bridge.
In an Instant, or,, ttuickef than It could
be told, the other three bats were blown
.from the'tteads of their owners and
blown Into tba river, . VV
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A HORRIBLE CRIME
Brute Deapitated and Dismembered
Body Which He Was in
' Act of Cremating. ' V
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. NEW TORK, Sept. 27. A most hor
rible discovery. Was made In the cellar
of the Empire Restaurant here this mora
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On going, Into the cellar of tbe Em
pire Restaurant here at an early hour
this morning tM police discovered the
body of ' a well-dressed man who had
been most foully murdered. The corpse
waa terribly mangled and dlsmnilif red,
which Indicates that the fiend who was
the perpetrator of the foul deed had- in
tended to make away with the hody by
burning It In a large furnace rv r
On confession of a bartender . i.wi j
arrested tba proprietor ot the reetaurunt. i
Who the Victim is no one knors and 1
every effort to identify the remains has
proved useless. , :
NBSW" TOBK, Sept f7. A bartender
named McEnerney atthe Kmplre Reu
taurant and hotel, where the murdt r wu
committed, has : cenfesswd to V cl'.ie
that he saw Manager Tobia commit the
crime.'! He cat oft the5 victim" heed with
a cleaver, stripped tbei body. tbrew ,tbo
head Into a roaring' furnace and was in
tbe act of disposing of the boUy wben the
police arrived.' The police first learned
of the crime by a mysterious telephone
message, the Informant declining to give
his name. They Immediately went; to the
scene and were horrified by the stench
and When they threw the -door of the
furnace open they saw the blailng head.
Other portions of the body weie on t
floor of the basement. Later they found
Teblrf crouching behind, a barrel. Tobln
Later. Tobln's victim, has been Identi
fied by papers found in the basement
as James Craft, Deputy 8urogate at Glen
cove, Long Island. Tobln Is non-committal,"
having 4 sulWtfnd hangdog manner.
According to witnesses Craft was seen to
display. huge roll of bills In the cafe
last night, which lead to the belief that
he waa killed for 'money.
KILLED HIS WIFE
Harry Rose Attempted Reconcilia
tion With Wtfe,t She
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NEW YORK, Sept. ft Hnrry Kosc.
stage manager of the Warrick Theater,
who has been with the Trohman produc
tion many years, and is widely known in
theatrical circles, this morning attempt
ed a reconciliation with his wlfr. whom
he found In bed with his chum, Samuel
Adams, a prominent, ;bjwlimman,,..nla!t,
before JastJ.The wohian declined ionger
to live with him, although they had been
for 14 years happily married- This en
raged Rose, who4 fired rfour-tlmea.- killing'
her. y He Immediately surrendered to the
police. Rose had never suspected his
wife of . Infidelity. ,
READY TO BUILD.
East Side Mill Company to Begin
1 Work at Sellwood.
Workme hare engaged In. preparing the
foot of Spokane avenue, Sellwood, for
tbe ae w&ast Side Mill Company's saw
mill. An old mill was located at this
point and the workmen are engaged In
removing the debris. ; . -, ' .
The East Side ' Mill Company is com
posed of C. P. Hogue. J. P. Miller. J. M.
Nickunr and A. C. Mowrey, It is the in ¬
tention of the promoters to build a mill
at Sellwood at the cost of about SS,WV
The work of enstructln will begin it:
latter part of next week. 'The company
owns four acre sof land at th foot o
8pokane. avenue. J. P. Miller, one of the
promoters, sal .dy esterday that': the aw
mill wiU have' a capacity or feett
of finished lumber at each shift. At the
start only 60 men wlll.be employed but
It Is tbe Intention to thcraeee the number
to 76 as soon aa the machinery Is l good
working order; ' The company expect U
begin operations about January 15." .
The mill site is one of the best In the
city.. Ob one side of the mill is the Wil
lamette llverratrf on-HitrthOThs- Or-
gon Water Power 4 Railway Company
baa secured right-of-way for a trolley
line to run Into the city. Th mm will
be able te ship Ka lumber both by rati
and water." . ; p -
Tba min -iopany has purchased
blovk of land fronting iths ttver b.
tweeii East Ash and East Pine streets.
and when the mill is ready for bustneai
a lumoer -yara wiii- looaiea on to
ground. : Work en the building of thr
lumber yard wiU be begua about us Or-U
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"THE RED WAGON"
Tom L. JoLnson in Kis Aito Work
ing Destruction to False -Aoditors.
CLEVELAND, Sept. 27. A special dls
patch fro'n thu aceno of action where T.ooi''
L. Johnson-'bv prpachlng- Uemdcratlr dw.1
trine and making hU opponents, hard
'The ledxr of the 'new crusade,' the
preacher of the world-old' doctrine of
equaljty before the law, the reckless
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" ..eENERAt COBIN. .
Commander pf th9 troopa that havbjnwitehna Wis ttrlhtnjn th an- .
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iconoclast and ruthless promulgator of the
pitiless warcry 'destruction to all false
auditors, be they Christian, . Turk or
Saracen.' rests today, front bis tabors and
gather aew energy for, the work yet to
be done.. And tne-. day is perfect In Its
ripe, autumnal beauty, a day symbollo
of peaeo gnd the fruition of the earth'
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mangled ' auditors ; .ftlotig its progress
through the state., Oil the road ahead
they are building earthworks and fortl
ficutlone against Its attack. The Repub
licans fare badly eneug. but the Dmo
crats suffer far worse fpr it Is the reoog
nlied. leader of, tbeiriown party that
etnltes them, and they-spudder at the ap
proach of Inevitable, political death,"
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Women Gve ?ntertainfflcnt
j The WoJnens Chlf ' Improvement A
Wlation of WoodstvCk gave an enjuy
W entealpmMria ASoieteolt Halt-'
bursday evening. ?Tb f;ir?ef, "Thirty ;
Minutes for Refreshments" and "r'reei
Ing a Mother-In. Law," were" presnnted.
The ball was crowded; to th edogrs and
quite large sunj "was reai(sad;. The
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proceeds will be used tor the furnishing
of the ball. M 1
KEENAN GETS TWO YEARS,
J. O. Keenan, whoupleeded guilty to
larcehy ' from ihe. person, - was sen
tenced to two years In. the penftentiaj
stf iludre Cleland ' thl tf ternooq, .
a i iihimct,.,.;;;;"'! U'JSit-',-w MS"rW'iillaiIwiSLl
From All UnionSe
m Trrt v nwfHTTxrl c"eni"on Tomorrow pi mf nxtietn anni--NEED0
j Which if Farnjshed Strikers Can
j Win the Day Advises
I WASHINGTON. Sept. Z7.-As has been
Jexpueted by almost everyone Interested
i In, the "anthracite coal strike, President
: dumpers, of the American Federation of
Labor, has issued on appeal to organised
lauon far financial assistance, .
In a lengthy review of the strike sltu-
atioii' ivesldent UoinixTs haa Issued
appeal to orjoniBd labor for money
h!p th nuiiont carry on their strike.
!'' efiya tha miners will stand firm, but
4-thS -vcry,-i"'ch tn need of tlnancial
asBlstanri from tlm outside.' He ur.
gtfVHIy appeals to aa 'unions to raise
fr.cjils snd forward them continually un-li;hfr-Miriof
the strike, where It is
posible, .he asks them to donate from
the treasury end to voluntarily levy -s:emonts.
He thlnka that If the unions
enter Into It there ean be plenty ot
money rulped to earryi the cause ot
the stplUees to a successful end.
ScrtANTON. Sept, J7,--,The Thirteenth
Roelm. nt Is today placing searchlights on
Crassy Island Colliery Hill to prevent
av bight attacks by the strikers. There
have been no disturbances today.
"the Life of Israel During the Past
Tear" was the eubject of last nights
sermon at Temple Beth Israel. Dr. W1s.
mentioned the fact that anti-Semitism
has reached BelgiunrraltMtugh it was or
the decline In nearly all other countries.'
Among other things the doctor stated
that there Is a Jewish, colony In Shang
hai, which has been In existence- for
many centuries, auJ although many Jew .
Ish Vrinciples were lost by them, yet
they had preserved their Identity. "This
shows," eloquently pleaded - the. rabbi.
- "that the Jewtsh religion and character
Istlcs are Inflexible, Invincible and. (nv
Then followed? a,u vuuwratten of prom
inent occurrence swung the Jews Jur-
EV tit? wat year:,,, the promotion of a
anlsh Jew to a high legislative position,
and another to secretary of war and'eonv
mender of the Italian army.' He theft
deplctedJthf present Jaorelblev- eetin
of ' the Roumanian Jews wJt as these
of Russia, nunbertu f iyiifttt sou is. The
sennpfl 9cnpju4d with a tribute to .Sec
retary ef Slate Hay for his kind action
In behalf of the Roumanian Jews.
Tbls sermon was delivered, ha D"
Wise's most eloquent ayiuAer and bai
great effect on h(s hearers. . "
: X; "WHEAT MARKET . ' .
CHICAGa, Bept. 7.Wheat Tiei!
BAN FRANCISCO, Sept. lT,-Whent-.
GIGANTIC DEAL MADE
Known as the ' British-American
Tobacco Company To Con
troitherraie. LONDON, Sept. IT A geat deal of
interest la being shown here over the
completing of a gigantic trust.
It Was official! a.itnaunea1 thl oft..
noon that the British and American to-
haco trusU have succeeded In enter
ing Into a combination that almalgamatea
all the tobacco Industries of Europe and
America. The new organisation will be
known as the British-American Tobacco
Company and will have headnuartsn in
this country and America.
The British section of the company la
to remain under the same management as
heretofore and haa a creed to Inn tha
American trade entirely alone. However,
tne two sections of the combination will
make a strenuous effort to rpt th h.
solute control of all the tobacco trade tav
aii Europe as well aa In the United tatea."
What effect on the nrlcea of tobaeA
this move wUi have Is hard to say at
present, but it is almost sure to raise
them -as It wiU be possible for the trust
to dictate the disposition of the crops of
the entire world.
NABBED HORSE THIEVES.
Deputy Constable B. W. Johnson of
Takima County. Washington, arrested
Qeorgo Hart, Earl Hansen Snd Fred
Blckel at Sherwood. Oregon, yesterday on
a warrant charging them with stealing
n head of horses from a Mr. Oldstedt of
Vaklma County, about 10 days ago. He
brought the prisoners to this city this
morning and lodged them In Jail until
requisition papers can be mad out. The
' PLAIN FIEI4S N; J., Bept, tl.r
rangementa have been perfected for tbe
and ether prominent .priests and prelates
are here to take part In the ceremonies
of tbe day.
GREAT PALS, Mont., Sept. a.-ln fe.
sponse to the call of the state committee
the Republicans of Montana are holding
their stale convention In Ureat Falls to
day. The principal work of the conven
tion Is the nomination of candidates for
Congressman and Associate Justice ot
the Supreme Court. -
Will Be Celebrated on October
2 and 3.
PRAYERS IN THE SYNAG0GS
Stores Owned by Jews Will Be
Closed on First Day.
The Jewish New Tear. "Rosh HasTi
ana." will be celebrated October 2 and
1. The first day Is kept strictly by all
the Jews, but the second la not kept as
rigidly as the first, because of the com
mercialism of the times. Prayers will be
held in the Temple Beth Israel. The
Congregen Kevah Zedeck Talmud
Torah and the Congregation Ahaval
Sholem on the evening of October 1 and
en the morning of the 2d. On the evening
of the 2d and the morning of the Sd, pray
ers will be held ia the latter two ayna
gogs. The holiday is an Innovation of the
Ealmudlcal sages, for-ths"Turpose of
counting the years from the day of the
creation of the world. This year will
be'tlr SBSSd from creation." according to
the Jewish area. - The names of tbJa holi
day, according to the Pentateuch, are as
follows: Babbatlsra .day. Memorial' of
Trumpet Blowing, Holy Convocation. Day
or Blowing th Trumpet and Memorial
Pay, Of a the aarae. tradition pre. ,
a tknrM ks leh.ee sba
. RLOWINQ THE TRUMPET,
. The principal eveat ib New rttr b
tne blowing o tne trtuapet. The, trumpet
"ShopharT la mad of a. ram's born. In
oommemora.UM of tba ralai Vhich Abra
ham sgersaoed in places es? tils son Isaac.
Vhougb, tha Pentateaeh doea aot give
any reason to the order to sounoV tbe
trumpet, tt k fully supplied by tradition
and IMe s Biblical literal art ., According
t tba tradition ths flrst day of tbia boll
day Is the first dayy wht rvut .
crow- Kto WW' tb vUible werW.'
Thaorwrtng of av Ktnc waa- eelebcxted
bX bowing tb trumpet. baae the eounoV
lug of the trumpet promulgating tbe
aiBgaoat -over , au taat-axaus.
BURNING OF TRAINS
Fifteen Cars in Flames and En
gineer and Tramps Impris
oned in Debris,
PARIS, Sept. tf.-X passanger train .
running from Lille to Chalons vwas
wrecked near Doul today, kUUng U
persons outright and Injuring tt others. '
The accident was caused by wltoli.
man's carelessness. '
CARS ON FIRE. . ' ;
RAWLINS, Wyo.. Bept XT.-In a CoUI
slon of two freight trains In the weetem
part of the city at midnight laat nlghf k
and a fire that followed, alx men are oe- .
Ueved to have lost their lives. Engineer
Pat Noa ia among the dead. A number '
of men who were beating their war were '
on the train, but all save five have bean
aocounted for. A fruit train got beyond
control H':e:heaVjr down grade and kai'-
gained a high speed when It crashed bits
the rear end of a stock train. Fifteen
cars of fruit were piled on top 'of Pat
Noe's, locomotive and Immediately took
fire The city Are department was unable,
to extinguish the kames, although four '
atreams of water were turned on them. '
An extra fruit and stock special, wtta
Engineer Pat Noo came in at midnight
There is a pretty heavy grade coming -
Into the yards from tba west and the
air brakes failed to work. The engineer
whistled for brakes, but it was too lata ,
for the hand brakea to have any affect
on the heavy train, whtcb crashed Into a ' .
long stock train standing on a sldo
track. About 16 cars were piled on top
of the engine and almost Instantly broke v
Into flames. - Engineer Pat Noo; "was
thrown" under "tbe Twreck,"and It Is said,"
that at least four or five others snared'
a like fate. Rescuers eucceeded'ln clear-""
tng away the wreck sufficiently to talky -tq
Engineer Pat Noa, but they ( were un- - '
able to get mm out. .
Yacht of Pleasure Party Capsized .
Daring Squall. V , f
VIENNA Sept 7.-Twenty well known
persona were drowned during a squall'
here this morning. ' ' ' ' "
D. Jlde, a wealthy shipowner and on
of the most popular" men In the city," sn--teYtalned
a number ot friends on on of
bis new yachts today. He bad fnvlted
them to apend the day "on the boat, in-'
tending to give them royal entertainment'
Shortly after tba party left the shore av
terrttlc squall came up and the men lost '
control of the boat which capsized. AU
on board were cast into tbe sea, twenty
of whom were drowned before assists noa
couJd teach .them ,v.r ,
RED HOT LAVA
Stromboli Belches Huge Boulders
Which She. Throws Over
Two Miles. "
ROME, Sept 27. Confirmation was re
ceived regarding Strambolt today, wblca i
says that the volcano was In full erup
tion all night creating a seen wblca:
was grand, yet terrifying. Molten lava,"
streaming down the mountain side, end (
huge red hot boulders burled to a great
height and falling into the sea two and,
a half miles from the ehore. was a sight;
never to ba forgotten. , -v vi
- KANSAS CITT, Sept t.-Tb-WoH4 to- r
day says that from statements made tf .,
W. J. Bryan to close friends it Is not
out of the question for, his being a can
didate for the presidential nomination
again. V- . ,
Report Says That His Condition Zi
, Entirely Satisfactory.":
WASHINGTON. Sebt 7.- report
gtren iput this morning atates that the
oondtlon of President Roosevelt Is ntlr!J
saUafsctory. He b taking as little azerr
ctM aa possible and unless new complica
tion, which are aot at all likely, act ia
ba win soon be able to assume bla usual
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