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0REGl EXFRESS EtDUP BY EOT BESPERH)OES0 ::1
MSmmMii:- AMUNRESISlNG KWER
Box but Porti
Compel Engineer to
V - Locomotive Wild
- (8pcll DUpctcta W Tb Jo!lial
-Rddlnn,. Cal., April t Fiv d
postes of well armed and et
i men wer before awn today
"the wood In search of four man'
'Who at 11 o'clock last nltht held
Oreton express near Copley, Sdel
Ijr killed - Expreaa Meaengr
wounded Fireman Story and d
an express car with dynamite.
i la thta city and vicinity iodair
suppressed eieltement that will b
-- Isfled only with quick vengeinoe,-an
Mta almost certain that th cajtura of
desperadoes will result lb a quad;
lynching;, unless the and tome 1
atom of bullet.' The latter seems
jnost probable outcome, as the dear
vdoas-undoubtedly- real I m that ftoth
' . bat death can be their fata l the v.
v a th train' puliad Jnt6l hpley. which
" i BiJk.raall-tao', 'eonsiytn f two
hott4. waUr.tnK,J lifll freliht
' shed and. aUttlort house, the! .waa no In
dication of contemplated luldup. The
tw englnea, which, pulled thl train .came
io ft ttop at the water, tank Ind preprd
.to reaupply. their tahka.,:
ISatf Vr km)
.V Three mon'maakedi r with blackened
faces, suddenly, emerged,, tram tho dark
neaa,- abreast of the , first paasenfer
coach, covered the-.traJn i crow -wita
teadlly Md ' t-itlea' and compelled the
men composing it to hold up lbelr .hands.
The bandits worked quietly end at
this time neither the passentrs Dor the
enaineera who. were aupplylnc their lo.
comotivea Vlth water were aware tha
a holdup was in progress.
. 'Still preservinf silence tlie despera
does compelled the members of the train
crew, who were at bay, to march forward
to tha ezpreaa car.. Conductor Depanger
: and three brakemen were there lined up
j beside the .car, one robber covering them
with a. rine while another tapped vig.
- "tjroual rmthdoor with tfc e butt- end
of ft! revolver,' -Messenger W. J. CNeiU
at once opened the door and peered out
Into the darkneas, evidently bewildered
by the sudden summons. .;
-.. , :. OTIsUJ Kurdsrad. .
withnut a word of waning and de
spite 4he fact thaT no Jraslstahce, "had
been offered, the bandit wno ' stood Just
behind the one who had called the mes.
senaer. leveled to rifle. Bred arid the
-messenger fell dead upon the floot of
'.the car. ' - f
T-oms-Of twraliot brugnt-xttree-oT
four passengers to tha ear steps and
two commercial men swung down from
the tfaln steps and atartad toward the
cene, of trouble4 v , ,
The robber who was guarding the
train crew immediately selected the two
brakemen nearest to hits and ordered
them to run ahead of him toward the
rear of the train. Ae hs am mis ne or
f 4ered the two passengers, who had ap.
i proached to ''get back into the cars i and
i . ..at UM..a " ThV hM .
,f K. i nulck about it." 'iney nesi
rVitied to do so and he flf'f two shota at
? th-Mwhen they speed!'. retreated to
,i Vthe ahallecpf. th! coachea By t.hia time
panic bad seiaed thpawi)gers. women
j l screamed and men Jumped to the middle
f of the aisles, Several threw their val
i uablea out of tho car windows and
f there hastily secreted theira Under
J seats and in places -M apparent conceal
'roent. ' '. '
yortlanS Vaa Ot Train.
M ' M. J. Cooley nf" Portland and Mrs.
, M, 1 Summera of AshlBnd were on tha
train and threw their valuables out cf
th window. As no robbers appeared In
i " the coaches actual panic gave way . to
4 ' , . . , . n,,t thn nnMAn.
t gera were too terrlflel l the aounda Of
f shotting from the outer darkness, and
. the return of the two commercial men,
to make any further attempts at leaving
f Jthe-. train.;. ; t'i -'f
' ; rogresa outside at; tha upper- end of
vthe train. -.
The two. brakemen wpr Pdle'e,, ,nt0
' the rear coach by one 'robber who evl
dently returned to hia lawleaa ieompaii''
.ions. Conductor Oepanser and a brake-
jnan war atlll under guard by the side
Mft the express car,.-;- p.m3Hr,
' ' Boon they were Joined by the two en.
'1 rineera and the - two : firemen ; under
guard, of two other , deflperodoes. One
. rnhher went to tha harage. car, and
Vme out with O'Nelli'a' helper who .waa
Ming in mat car, .
fM'he whole party 'was taken. Irtte tha
,W""(at. and shown the dead body
T O'Nallt: the robber then ordered
he express helper to open the safe,
$ which they soon ascertained h" waa un
5-: able to do. - , v '
Carrlsd Bar of Jraamlta
' On of the bandits tln produced , a
' bog containing probably 20 or - more
-3.aticks of dynamite. Tw1v- ot, th
wera placed on the top or in so, uia
of Express Gar
Issist in Fliglit'by Rtinnfiig
Keswick, Where They I
; the Darkness. ;
robbers making their Captives do the
work.' The robbers placed .the iron
strong box upon the top. of the dyna
mite. . All were hustled outside the cor,
one bandit remaining to attach and fire
the fuae. when he had come from the
car Engineer Joeslnk waa hurried to
ward hla engine with a robber following
behind and holding a , revolver' at hla
head. ; . . . , .
The rest of the rafty were taken down
along the track guarded by- two of the
robbers. Soon a terrific explosion was
heard, and one of the robber ran back
to the wrecked car, while-another re
nalned on guard. , - , . . ,
Immediately afterward a signal - was
liven and thla bandit. Ho. burjle,djy.t
lJoln. hls companions.- -' The robbers
tonsumed , probably-; three minutes ; In'
wnrcning tha wreckage created by-tha
lOrt vf th -ynamlt. ifor whatevet
aablea or money could be ,-found.-
ie .force of ; the explosion had :been
t under the"errrrlo charge, of
mite uaed that the sate 'and a por
of the car were totally demolished.
Seowed Vo B-aoty.
in, paper money. -;- valuables rland-
papers were scattered In all directions.
MucMj st the currency waa ripped -to
shreds. It is therefore believed that the
robbers secured, no booty of any great
valta. .. .. ,..
Tfhe first engine had been, detached
frofa the train and within five minutes
aftir the explosion the robbers were
speeding down -the track aboard of It,
Fireman J, F. Stury of the first en
gine who had been struck by one of the !
robbers when they clambered upon the
engine and severely Injured, waa left
behind. - . . ,
But a short distance from Keswick
the men dropped off the engine and dis
appeared In the darkness. It was today
learned that they had four horses tied
at that point and thua made their 'escape;-
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''The engineer then ran . hia engine to
KaswUk where tbe Alarm V was-a-lven.
He than, under orders, ran to Redding,
where he was met by Sheriff Richard
son ant eight men; Shortly after mid-;
night the engine and posse returned to
the sceae of the hold-up. . . -v
Bspeoted That Be Too would Be
KlUed by Korderous OnUaws. 4
I Journal Snaetal Ktntet:Y.::
t ' Reddlni, Cal., Aprll 1. Engineer B.
TT Joeslnk, who" arrlvedtere with tliia
tight engine at 12:80 o'clock this morn
ing after carrying the -robbers to Kes
wick madi his full report to Sheriff
Rlchardsoa, who returned with eight
ten to thi scene oi me noia-up at uop-
ley, on tha engine driven by Joeslnk. -
Tha account given oy the engineer w
(a follows: we lert uunsmuir, the
nd of the Shasta dlviaion running un
der double head as usual and on time.
At Copley It is necessary to take water;'
and I stopped under .such orders.
i"There Is no town at .Copley, unless
you call tw houses, a small freight
hed and a vater tank a town.
I had Just begun- taking water In my
engine when I noticed a light in some
one's hands who waa standing up near
Ot express par. . ..' --.,..7
',';;''. , I : Saw a Maa BaaalagvV';
At the tim 1 xnougnt ma man to oe
on of the train's crew. I was leaning
out of the side window pf the cab and
by fireman was on the tender waiting
to throw off we water , noae. as 1
Kgaitt looked up the train I discerned a
man running towaro my engine ciose
In by the cara At that very moment
a fellow cllmbei In the cab on the fire
man's side and as I turned around he
eovred me with a rifle. I did not utter
a word but sawthat the fireman, on the
tender was covired by .'another bandit
who had ollmbel P between tue two
nginea. The flitman, J. F.'Struy, and
the robber cam into the cab and we
wr told to got off the engine, which
we did. . t-' v - t - .-
"The two desperadoes led us to the
second engine wkere a third man held
f AnBlsseH. W engineerr hl iflre
mnn.,A. Raymond; John-pepanger, the
oondoctor of the train, and a brakemad.
t do not know h the conductor and
brakeman had ben aaaembled at that
place, .-v.: 4 x
"W went all rfaced In line and
marched back to ti express car Where
we were shown tie dead body of W.
O'NeiUj On of the bandita aald:
'Do you fallows want-to become stiff a
toot.. if you do. J Pen yur nowtha
once.' , . i -.' -
-From - the bng- car one - robber
dreggy O'Neill's wipe' and Our party
Of. sevn was taken lite the express car
ana lined up around the saf We were
handdatrcka of dyK"11 h ea-
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'PopBeff e theYear
, (Hearst Special BaeeV!1'
Chicago, April l.-Word came "tORo
man Catholic circles In . Chicago , last
night that John D. Crlmmlna ; had
reaohed New York on the Deutschland
with a message that Pope Pius X will
make Archbishop Farley a cardinal, be
fore, the year is out . Crimmlns also told
of an Interesting scene - in which ' ex
Mayor Low. and- the . pope were princi
pals. " '
?- "I have positive ' assurance,"';"- aald
Crimmlns, "that Archbishop Farley will
be made a cardinal before the year is
out I cannot tell how I know thla, but
I am certain of it The: pope realises
that 1 Nejw York is ' the second largest
diocese lntthe world, and that It la en
titled to a cardlnalate." ;
.Referring to the meeting of ex-Mayor
Law and the none. Mr. Olmmlna aaM--.
i'ir. T n . v. 1 ... ' '
duced to the pope, and Low asked the
pope's blessing. The latter was greatly
affected. There were tears in the eyes
of both participants. Later the ; pope
aid: 'Mr. Low is a great Christian
man, and an honor to the pity of New
York.'" - . ,,- ( ::W''ix
, ABCXBISXOr TABZ.BT ABBXTXI.
' , Hmrst Special Sarrloe.) x'' '' -New-York.:
April l. -Most Rev, John
M. Farley, archbishop of New York, ar
rived last evening on -the., steamship!
rrmcess irena irom napies, arier a
ViaK bf aeveral weeks In Rome. ' ?
' When the steamer ' reached quaran
tine the arotiblshop was met by a dele
gation of priests 'on the steamer Favor
ite, which, he boarded. - Archbishop FarJ
ley aaia that j tne pope s neaitn was
good ' and' that" he: expressed his- great
love, tor the United States . ... .
CABBS.BM1 MTOp-gBJEBS KTTST BJOTO
., -? (4Tvurit4l Special SetTlre.) . .. : . ; ,
Chicago, . April li-The carbarn mur
derers this mocnlng were resentenced by
fudge Kerstetr. Who Included all legal
requirements and technically alleged err
ors which caused th. appeal ori a writ
Of habeas corpus by Marx's counsel.
There Is no change , In, tlie date of the
morQ cbtwtui today. a -
A RED HAT
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flux if "
soldiers mo arding train
Jury Expected to
- Find True Bills Against
':;rji:;; Seven. ; .. - -
The countyv grand Jury will, return
true bills tomorrow against th proprie
tors . of "seven gambling establishment.
Those. related for indictment are the
proprietors of the Portland Club and of
the Oem, Edward J. and Eugene Blaster,
doing business under the Arm name of
Blaster Bros., Jack Blazler, Erlckson.
Frit and Shapiro Lake, who conduct
the Maze cafe. No officials are to be
indicted in connection with gambling.
The grand Jury will In all probability
hand in its final report and go out of
existence as an official body tomorrow.
The Indictments against the gamblers
will precede' the report. Halt a dozen
Chinese gamblers, It la deemed probable,
will also be Indicted.
The report will praise the condition of
affairs at the county hospital and at the
Boys' and Girls' Aid society, will bear
testimony to the efficiency, honesty and
economy Of the administration of L. R.
Webster, the county judge, and will con
tain a number of recommendations.
- (Special Dtapatch to Th. JoOrcal.)
San Francisco. . April 1. -for : some
weeks past the difficulty, between the
marine engineers and owners of vessels
plying the Pacific coast has threatened
to tie up all steam vessels." Owners
have .refused thus far to. gt v in and a
general strike of engineer and flrenfen
haa been ordered. However, it may be
averted. It Is not thought that the
water-front federation 'will be drawn
Into ' the ontroversy, although It has
been rumored that-much dissatisfaction
haa existed In that body, which is 15,400
members strong. ' '
.'Not very amicable relations exist be
tween the federation and the marine
engineers an(I firemen, on account of the
negative a tana uixen oy tne latter asso
elation during the big strike two years
ago-when "the water front was tied up.
by sailors', , deckhands' and stevedores'
ympathyEjttJi the teamster's union. . ,
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tit 1 t 1 k., nMM HM" 1 " 1 if k I . ' J
ts (Waablnfton Bareaa et Th Joarqal.) ,
' - Washington. April l.-rChalr-.
man .Tawney, of the expositions
committee, has the promise ' of
Speaker Cannon's recognition
Monday for the presentation, of
vthe Lewis and Clark bill. Twenty
minutes will be allowed eaeh aide
for debate. Pacific coaat and
other eastern members.' of the l
house, and Champ Clark of Mia- .
sourl, will speak for the bill.
; A two-thirds' vote is requisite -
under, tbts procedure. , . -
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intokio.- . . rh
Beats Puget Sound
During the month' of March there was
exported from Portland almost foar
times as much, wheat aa was shipped,
from Seattle and . Tacoma combined,
while Portland's flour shipments were
also.. well in the lead. The figures, wblcb
have Just been prepared, are as fol
From Portland ........',.......'486,124
From Puget sound 114,401
The flour shipments ar aa follows:
From Portland 122,994
From Puget sound .......,..., 107,982
The California shipments from Port
land amounted to 116,298 bushels of
wheat, which is almost equal to all the
grain sent from Seattle, and Tacoma to
all points, foreign and coastwise. Dur
ing the same period last year Portland
shipped 522,197 ' bushels of wheat and
84,386 barrels ot flour, it wilt be seen
that while the grain ' exports have"
slightly fallen off this year, there haa
been fully a third more flour sent from
here than during the corresponding
month last year.
So far during the present cereal year,
beginning with July 1, there has been
shipped from Portland a total of 3,921,
896 bushels of wheat, compared with
1.969,998, bushels expert ed,'' from both
Tacoma and Seattle. Pufet sound la In
the lead with flour shipments, having
exported 1.928,402 barrels, to Portland's
964,813 barrels. Last year the entire
flour shipments from Portland amounted
only to 732.103 barrels. From these fig
ures the growth. In this line of business
can be easily seen..
Last year there was shipped from
Portland 8,396,861 bushels t of wheat
compared with 7,462.462 bushels sent
from Puget sound. Owing to- the In
creased flour shipments to the Orient tk
Is not believed that such a large quan
tity ' of wheat, will be exported from
Portland or Puget aound aa there waa
last year. . - '
ABBOTT HAS BIB OOUB WBSBHTO
' tJoaraal Special SerTlee.) . .
1 , Paris,. Aprtt l.Vlotorten fH6h.K i&M
veteran playwright. 4 celbiaM todai ;
What t Pleased to m-X "mrMtt I
wed- r.o tha-Ood" Viis
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Hundreds of Angry Men Bent Only
.I.', " '
Fugitives Head for inaccessible Wads, but Offl
minate in Desperate Battle.
(Joernal Bptwisl Service.)
Redding, . Cal.. April 1, Noon. The
feeling her over last night's .robbery
Increased until by noon there were , at
least a doxen possea traveling In differ
ent directions and others being rapidly
formed, all. with the grim determination
of running the bandits tooearth.
some of the posses la which were
friends of the murdered express 'mes
senger . made no pretense that their
search waa for other reason than ven
geance,' and announced when they left
that there would be no quarter given.
One of these parties' la beaded by an
old-time, mountaineer', Of 'the district
who haa participated In several similar
man hunt. All the. posses art under
the guidance of men who are thoroughly
familiar with the coustry . . -:-.; w '
- When daylight came It waa.4Iacaxrd
thst the men had escaped on horses ana
the-plc wbsre, their four mount had
K.a.m .1 ' A. - '
WW. HW,. UHH , ACWrvB, . W ' 1WV.I(T4
One posse immediately took up thta trail
and-at thta hour l following It.-. -.
A telephone 1 message received from
the officers brings the Intelligence that
one of the desperadoes had left th oth
ers at some point , en route, and that
but three men were at that time being
pursued. . - ; . ..-.- 1 . ; .;
The following of the men is made
much easier 'through the fact that rea
sonably good descriptions of the ' rob
bers are in the possession of all the man
hunters. It la known Beyond a shadow
of doubt . through circumstantial , evi
dence- and a comparison of descriptions,
that the robbers were camped all day
yesterday near Copley.
At the camp they aroused no suspi
cion by their actions, but apparently
were not anxious to hold conversation
with those who saw them. On the other
hand, there 'was but little attempt st
concealment and their camp waa made
in a comparatively -open place. - Where
their horses came from Is, up to this
hour, a mystery. . v ,
That the men are well mounted seems
certain, and the trail also Indicates that
they were not sparing their horses In
the attempt to escape, f - (:
' Battle Slay; fortlnent , r.
When themurlerersarj oVerUken,
as t seemratmtost certain they -will
be, there la little doubt that a batUe
will follow.. The bandtta; realising the
stress under which they are placed, may
scatter.., taking divergent patns, thus
making the chase more difficult but
the. chances of capture without serious
loss to th pursuers greater, .
. That portion of the , country Into
which th chase Is apparently leading
Is a difficult one for either fugitive or
officer. It Is a rugged country, broken
into the wildest of mountains, torn and
riven Into canyons and. in places densely
wooded and covered "with an Impene
trable mat ot underbrusn. It is a veri
table wilderness. , . . ,. .
' - If, aa some of. the officers are prone
to believe, the bandits ar men familiar
with these hills. , mountains and trails,
their escape into the fastnesses of the
solitudes may be made; but those who
are1 In pursuit are equally well,' lt not
better,' informed, and will have, the sym
pathy of the few settlers over the
sparsely Inhabited districts and win al
ways have recourse to fresh horses, and
be relayed by fresh men. J
PAINTED HIS LAST
MOMENTS IN WORDS
(Special Dlapatcfa te Th JooraaL)
New York, April d. One of the' most
remarkable incidents In the records of
medical science is that of Dr. Truax,
who was stricken at the side of an oper
ating table at Bush wick hospital, Brook
lyn, yesterday and -wwi within 10 min
ute.. He spent every second of that
time in describing to fellow- physicians
for the sake of the science he loved, the
mental and physical characteristics of
the last minutes of life lost in such a
manner. Hla last words were those of
endearment and blessing for the family
he had left . ; " r -,.
Stimulants were administered-, and
within five minutes Dr. Truax opened bis
eyes and; whispered:": 'There is no use
trying to save me.' I am dying, my
friends, from acute dilation of the heart.
Listen or, uerrtman, and I will give you
my sensations. H -. .' : . ;. 1: ,
Then Dr. JHerrlman and Miss Elling
son listened and the 4rtirstmawfUd;
Sty 000 reeiifw tne wavsa i,th
in Redding Where
- Sanguine as were the officers when v
the chase was taken op this , morning,
there seems sn equal chance that the '
chase will terminal abruptly tn a bat!
tie of desperation, or, that It may bai ,
protracted, not unlike that long-drawn
pursuit ' of 1 the bandit Tracy, whose 1
deeds of blood contained in their history -not
mors uncalled-for killing, no mora ; ,
deliberate murder than that with which ' -these
bandits have opened Up a chap- ',
ter ot crime. ' y ::..i. r'--.;-?:
. ':-?'-. Iauast Offt Os0l' f(,
O'NelU'a body was brought here and'
laid out in the morgue. It waa met at
the station by a crowd of men, almost "
all of whom.- wre his warm personal f
friends. The arrtvar was marked by a
sullen and ominous silence, which later
found vent In the determination to brlna; '
to book hi murderers. - '
" VNeill waa an exceptionally popular ' '
man, without known enemies. He was
quiet and unobtrusive and. ltL might b
added. Inoffensive. '.
.-Shortly after the arrival of. the body V;
It waf announced that the inqueat would w '
be begun at 1, o'clock, this afternoon.
;. B3AJ TOWABB tATA BXPS. '
Trail Blaolosed By lsoard4 Jtaskg
K .aad Bmpty B1A Shells. -
- -1 (Sptdal-Dispatch to Tae Joaraal.r'"",
i Redding, CaL. April 1 1:10 o'clock
Everything continues In a state of great '
excitement Jtf en with guna and belts -full
of ammunition are hurrying, to and -fro
and scattering in all directlona east"!
ward in hopea of Intercepting the rob..
bera,: ,,. -;.;. ,,.:.n-,l::--.U
It Is believed now that the men ara
still together and making tor tha Pit
river section, where the lava beds will'
make tracking Impossible. ' , ,
A telephone message to Tha Journal '
representative et 1 o'clock, from Sheriff
Richardson, at Keswtck. states that ha
believes the posse--are ,on the right! i
trait. An empty 30-30 calibre rifle car-,
trtdae shell, on the trail over- which tha 1 .
horses went and two masks picked up.
Indicate that the posse la on tha right,
scent . - ,s
'In the explosion last nlaht a little ' .
dog in a crate;. being ahipped. from Up- .
ton te Ban Francisco, was blown (S
feet and was. unhurt although, tha crate .
waa smasnea to piece , .
One aack of money, containing 8.000.
ia now reported mlsslnr. - It mar have'
been , taken by the robbers. Engineer
Sink hasrjoteed one oftha -poaaes. Hrr-"
can identify two of tha robbers. ' ----
several paaeengera are confident there
were al robbers in the party,' tbree ot - , -whom
, were biding inlthe brush, whlla -
others Were doing the work. ,,'
Watch All Aveanea. ' -
One posse of twelve deputiea It watch
ing Keswtck and the railway track, aa
some of the officers entertain the belief ,
that 1 the robbers, after crosalnar tha
river, doubled back and are in the
smelter town. r- Ji
The heavy door of the steel sat was
found this morning lodged against a
bank 60 yards from the wrecked car.'.'-
Three men stole rifles and guua from '
a hardware store at Red Bluff, Sunday.
The shells found correspond with tne
kind of firearms v,stolen. v Tha officers
continue confident that the robbers will
be speedily caught or killed,, but expect -
fight' to ' the death when' the chaaa
end a '..'WsA;: v ..'j- ,:;::v ?.;:;?:; ?T'Vi .- 4 K"v-
feel as if they were being pressed t"
gether by an enormoua vise. The ac- -tlon
of the heart is now not so intense.
I seem to be losing the faculty of sen.
satlon. -'r-& i) it -u-v li ';. - A
"My, heart is - barely moving. X am
dying, my frienda Give love to my " "
wife and children. Xl la the end." a
GIGANTIC STRIKE ,
7 IN PREPARATION
(raraal, Spwlal $ri.
San FrarMsco. April t Two special
esslons of the carmen's union ar being
held today to discuss the question of
th alleged Importation of men from tha
it is thought thatboth sldea are pre
paring for an extended strike, and a
tie-up on every . carline in. this city.
Much dlsssattsfactlon has ex MM
among the company's employee ana of.
flclals of the company bave b-n
cretly told that a strike u arratil f
May l.',..-' .,:....'
If It comes It will b the n,"f '
the history of .!.,'..' f
railroad corpora iU-n ,
.lio prepare for a 1.
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