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TllE OREGON PAILY JOURNAL PORTLAND. SATURDAY EVENING. JULY 30, 1004.
REPRESENTATIVE H07-IES OF' PORTLAND
PRIEST IS COMING
'Apostle Crcf field Arrives This Afternoon for
Has Wrought in
tl ..' Evident of the moat startling cher
. acter has been placed In possession of
District Attorney Manning, the offlolai
. say a, showing Chief Apoatl Joshua
Creffleld of the Holy .Rollers, anility of
' Crimea which should -send him to the
' , penitentiary. The district atorney was
. at the, courthouse this morning looking
up a number of legal authorities and
. mate Ins; ready to take the proper ateps
against the apostle when h arrives in
the city this afternoon.' unless he is
-found to be insane. '
Detective Lou Hartmaa went to Cor
' vallis after Creffleld this mornlnf. He
' Will arrive on the train reaching bare
at I: to o'clock - this afternoon. . The
' apostle will first be taken to the city
. brison and later to the county Jan.
1 do not think there Is a bit of doubt
that' Creffleld la Insane, said Deputy
District Attorney Haney, who will
prosecute the so-called apoatle. In case
the charge preferred against him by
, B. E. Btarr is pressed. "I am ox tn
opinion that the case -will , never eotne
to trial, but-that h will be sent to the
"asylum.? '.- . - 't
V ., - ; leaders War Tarred.
. Something less "than a year ago the
Holy ' Rollers were at tha height of
their strength In Corvallla. ., It waa
' y - there that Creffleld, who was formerly
, a captain in the Salvation army, organ-
' - ised his strange band. . Never haa there
. --.been a a set that haa brought about such
. sensational results. In tha brief period
of time the sect has existed, many be-
Havers have been sent tothe .insane
asylum, its 'two principals' have been
'. Y tarred and feathered, many homes have
. been broken up and it ia believed that E
"' J Brooks, next in Importance to Creffleld,
- .Is lying in the woods near ' Corvallls,
hla bores bleaching under tha shadows
.of the. lira. - .'....?
' January, I the cltlsena of Corvallls,
-'. aroused bv the oralea of the Holy Rol
lers then holding forth InHhs residence
of O. V. Hurt In the suburbs of the
town, rose in their wrath and went to
- the house. None -waa disguised. Call
ing Creffleld and Brooks out. they bade
. them dress and oome along. The Roil
era obeyed. -Tha cltlsena took them to
( the edge of town, tarred and feathered
theni and gave them warning never
' again to return under penalty of death.
-r" r -Creffleld wandered about in the woods
--i-- then; went to Albany, where he married
C Miss Maud Hurt. Brooks managed to
. secure some Unseed oil, with which he
. removed the tar and feathers from him'
, self and Creffleld. Brooks haa , never
been seen slneei-'ajvl it la believed ne
. went Into the woods and died.
, . , C Corvallla T7p U Anna. '
When the practices of tha sect were
first made public all - Corvallls was
. roused against them, and began at once
to curb them, They were holding forth
in the Hurt residence, where men, wo
' men and children lived, ate and slept
- together. -; According to tha teachlnga of
. Creffleld and Brooks, both of whom
. - claimed to have revelations from oil
'" high, every member slept on the floor,
' and it waa their terrible raving, moan
, ing and yelling, together with their
'practice of rolling about on the floor
like maniacs, that gave (hem their pe
' ' cullar name.
As time wore on tha "Rollers became
, worse in their orgies, still remaining at
J the Hurt home. November 1. 101, they
: built- a large bonfire, in which they de
. atroyed every bit 'of household furniture
In their possession, Creffleld and Brooks
having delivered the message that on
- -, that night the world would end and they
. would have no need for their affects.
' Cats ee gacrlf loe. ' ,
But, not to bo hooted down or driven
out by. the sentiment and demon at rat lan
of the public, on November 1 - the
"Rollers" burned - cats, ' aoga ana " aide-
. 'walks in a second fire, and Creffleld and
Brooks stated that it God should direct
. them to, they would offer up ft child In
, the flames.
. . Unable longer to tolerate the actions
- of the band, and believing that Creffleld
and Brooks were the causa of all tha
trouble, cltlsena banded together Janu-
ary t and administered the coat of tar
1 and feathsra. . . -- .
Creffleld. undaunted by the "persecu
tion," as ha styled It, atlll led the band
by aendlng messages from hla lonely re
treat in the dens forests surrounding
. ' Corvallls until at . last ha wearied and
came to Portland.-It was while there
that ha entered tha home of B. IS. Starr.
, - Starr accuses Creffleld, of breaking up
his hjnme. -
' Creffleld fled from Portland, but his
wife remained here' a short time. Local
TIME FOR HARD
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' ill COBBACTOBS.
Six coantlea have ahown their aWnilng
rtess to be represented at the Lewta and
Clark exposition, according td the re
port ( Edmund C --Otltaer. These
countlea are: Sherman, Linn, Polk. Mor
row, Marlon and. Grant. Commissioner
Albert at . last night's meeting of the
Lewis and Clark - eommlsalon strongly
urged the hearty co-operation of tha
people of tha countlea In order to make
th exhibits a success -
AH qf the members 'of the commission
have come to the conclusion that from
now until tha time of the fair every
-. minute counta and only by the hardest
work will everything be ready by tha
opening day. . ,
Director-General Ooode waa present at
the meeting and gave facta in connec-
' tlon- with the exhibit of the government,
which will be on Guild's lake peninsula.
He aald that plana for machinery, elec
tricity and transportation buildings- and
for an amusement building are about
finished. Mr. Ooode further stated that
as soon as it is -learned how much
- money will bo spent on the horticul
tural hall plana will be made for the
construction of that building. - It hag
not yet been decided whether tha min
ing exhibit will be placed in this build
ing or In a separate one constructed for
the purpose. Thla wJl depend on how
large ft fund ia left after tha Other
buildings gre provided for, j
Union county , haa sent In ft petition
asking for an appropriation ef not more
than $300 for a mining exhibit of that
county. The regions from which tha ex-
One Religious' Rlaniac
a Few Months
detectives scoured ' the city for the
"apostW but he was not to be found,
until yesterday ha was located by Mr.
Hurt's son under tha Hurt home at Cor.
V - Creed of the Boilers. -
Just what are the original doctrines
of the Holy Rollers they alone know, but
Miss" Annie Taylor, a young woman who
fell in with - them and was finally
brought here for treatment at the BOye'
and Girls' Aid society, said Creffleld
taught them that God a people should
restore tha garden of Eden: should wear
no clothea and dwell together without
regard to conventional customs.
The doctrine or the "Rollers" haa not
spread rapidly, and never waa tn good
favor with the- masses. It is to- -toe
doubted if at any time during their ex
istence they had, mora than 100 adher
ents. The last -convert to their strange
religion, so-called, is Daniel Norman
Williams, suspected of the murder of
Mrs. Alma Neabltt and her daughter at
Hood River three years ago. Through
tha medium of a woman believer Will
lama haa embraced tha faith.
Tha members of the sect detest the
name given' their followers by the pub
lic,' they preferring to refer to It aa "tha
mission." , . . i -,
omrrrtBXA taxxs a sactL
4. ' '
Mart Is . Savage Against Destroyer of
(Beeetal Dtapateh te The JoaneD
Corvallls, July-10. -Curious crowds
have besieged tha courthouse officials
with inquiries and requests for a peep
at Creffleld, now in the county Jail
here, but because of his weakened con
dition, due to the lack of food, but few
have had their curloalty gratified.
O. V. Hurt, father-in-law of the
prisoner, talked freely to friends today
concerning tha capture. Mr. Hurt said:
"When I went under the house after
Creffleld ha would not at first coiae out.
i saia, -come oui or mere, ana ne nnai
ly came, , and aa he' crawled towards
ma from under tha building he waa the
most frightful looking human being I
ever beheld. His -white hair etood out
from hla head In all directions, aa did
also his long - white beard, and both
were Ailed with dirt. Hla body was
nude, his nails long, and hla whole per
son filthy. I had to grit my teeth - to
keep oft of him, but what could ft man
dot If he had been well and .a man but
If 4 dirty, sick dog came and 'crouched at
your-feet you could not kick It and I
could not kick him." ' -
Mr.- Hurt said that among tha things
found with Creffleld's bedding in the
pit under tha house waa ft letter written
by the concealed man to hla wife, Maud
Hurt-Cref field. The. missive was dirty
ana crumpled but could easily be read.
In this letter Creffleld upbraided hla
wife -for depending ia any measure' on
her father. He aald: -
"You are looking to Hart to set vou
out of the asylum, but you must 'have
nothing to do with .him. Look to Ood
for help. Hurt is ft fiend."
This letter waa written, Mr. Hurt
presumes, with the intention of having
Mrs. O. v. Hurt get it to Maud Hurt
Creffleld In soma manner, although the
latter had already been - taken to the
On visit to . hla daughter In tha
aaylum Jusf before Mrs. O. V. Hurt waa
taken there, Mr. Hurt caressed . hla
daughter and aha gladly returned his
embraces, which fact was told, to hla
wife on his return home. ' Tha mother.
It is presumed, conveyed this 1 intelll
gence to tha apoatle under tha Hurt
dwelling, which led to tha writing of
1 1 common belief here -that It la
hypnotlo influence that Creffleld holda
over hla followers.
v- Miss Mas Hurt la 'nearly recovered
from ' tha strange inflenoe and Frank
Hurt is aald to be nearly cured.
Dr. Fernot la attending on Creffleld.
keeping note of his condition, but Cref-
field informs tha physician:
"It is "not a doctor that I want: tha
Lord ia mr doctor.'
Creffleld slept peacefully In Jail laal
nignt. Ha ata heartily, and this morn
ing shaved, had a hair cut and took a
bath. Hurt frequently visits Creffleld's
celL' Deputy Sheriff Wells guarded tha
prisoner Isst night. .
Two photographs of Creffleld i were
taken this morning. Ha stood In the
Jail door , and aa ha Saw the camera he
threw up hla hands and shouted "Glory
hlbit la to be objtalned are hard to' get
at. Tha petition was referred to the
committee on ways and means. '
. Tha following commissioners were ap
pointed to -attend the session of the Ore
gon Development league: Rafferty, Scott
Mr. Ooode spoke of tha necessity of
dredging Guild s lake, tn view of the
fact that the lake haa already been
largely advertised aa one of tha great
natural attractions of tha fair.
CAW TOW ' OVBSS OB BS-
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' totb rom raasrsBBTt
If yon make the nearest rueas a
:you can secure a prise, one of
1.000, valued at 11.600 to IS each. e
ha guase will eost yoa nothing.
a Every it eenta vou. remit to
' The Journal, covering aubsorlp-
" tiona to the Daily; Sunday, Semi- a)
weekly or Weekly will entitle e
you to one guess.
. For ' particulars . and details
- read the advertisement appearing '
In The Journal. ,
' ' ' ' - -
C k. : Excursions.
On August I. and It the Canadian
Paciflo will sell round trip tickets to
Boaton for $0.25. Tlcketa good for 10
days with stop-over privileges.
On the same dates world s fair tlcketa
will be oa aale and very loir ratea will
be made to St. Louis and eastern points.
If you want a comfortable trip travel
over tha Canadian Paciflo. For full par
ticular concerning special excursions,
etc., call on or add reus r. R. Johnson,
F. P. A 111 Third atreet. 'Port
Artificial Kyee rifted.
Large stock at D. Chambers, lit Tfk
roe. ruu. ptkuia
.... , urs.-air.xrTSJ-g-.r'1, -wi.-. T-iwh..'. -.. , i
FLATS OF GEORGE W. BATES ELEVENTH AND BURNS!
Four of the finest flats in the city. Very attractive and finely finished;
these flata appeal to the man who wan ta a comfortable homo. Ufeated by
W. O. MoPherson Co. R. Martin, architect , T -
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STANDARD OIL CiilEf
ACCUSED HY' JURY
K. ' K. BOOBBS, ' VBBSXSBBT OF
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: (Jearaal ftpeelal aarvlea.) -
New York. July 10. H. H. Rogers.
the leading figure in tha management
of the Standard Oil company, and presi
dent of the Richmond Light and Rail-
H. H. ROOERS.
road company, operating In Richmond,
waa arreated thla week on recommenda
tion of the coroner's Jury in the cant
of iBdgar J. Coleman, a lineman, who
waa killed on July 1 while stringing
wires at Elm Park, Staten Island,
(joieman waa on a polo paaatng a rope
to which was attached a wire being
, ' Jl JH THfeSE ARE DRIVING DAYS ji M
-I II Ik 1 i li ' ' Fine weather most of the time. Fine roads some of the time. . VA A I
I'lllll A 111 " Fine line? of Carriagres of sdl styles htrre tlie timej.-- Thei finest- JJfjll f II 11 1
j. ' I III U II - '- -l an largest display of Vehicles ever offered for sale in the North- 111 1 1 M I
I AV Jll ' ; west The ony exclusively Vehicle house in the Northwest llM HI
I I vl I fill BRANCH HOUSES New York. Chicago, Kansas City, Denver, Salt Lake City, I V
I 111 llll San Francisco, Dallas, Texas, and Portland, Oregon. 1 1 T ff
v 111 Iff Studebaker Bros. Co. Northwest W Iff
ill 11 I 330-33G E- MORRISON ST. 4 FORTlAIVD, ORHOON Ml jjjl
rolled from a -reel on the ground. "The
wire sagged and came In contact with
an electric light wire on which the in
aulatlon had been worn oft. for ft space
of six Inches. 'and a' current paased
through Coleman's body, causing instant
The jury found that Coleman came
to i hla death from an electrio shock
received from an Improperly Insulated
wire of the Richmond Light and Rail
road company, censuring tha company
for its negligence, and recommended,
that a charge of criminal negligence
be made agalnat tha officials.
Coroner Bchaefer arraigned tha com
pany for Its neglect and declared he haa'
had eight similar cases since aasumlng
the duties of coroner, all due .to Ira
proper insulation of the wires.
Mr. Rogers aurrendered himself to
Coroner Shaefer and gave $1,000 ball for
hla appearance before the .October grand
Jury of Richmond county to answer to
the charge of manslaughter, preferred
by tha coroners Jury.
Immediately- after the warrant had
been issued. Detective . William McKay
was instructed to arrest the millionaire
and take him forthwith before the coro
ner's Jury! McKay apent most of the
night looking for the financier, but in
vain. Mr. Rogers, however, had 'learned
of the existence of the warrant, and
lost no time in hunting up Edward Lau-
terbach, his personal attorney, and tele
phoning to tha coroner offering to sur
render if. tha. warrant would not. be
served, " . -The
coroner answered that ha could
not delay the service of the warrant
but that Mr. Rogers might surrender at
any moment Then ensued - a race
against time. The millionaire and his
attorney entered a racing auto and ac
companied by William Jennings of Cold
Springs Harbor, and- the chauffeur,
caught the midnight ferry for Staten
Island. ' -
The auto waa driven at 3 high rata of
speed from the landlhf v to Castleton
corners, where Coroner Bchaefer Uvea
The party had to traverse dark' lanes
through tha woods and roads that were
rough and hilly. Arrived at the coro
ner's home the party waa uahered into
Mr. Schaefer'a parlor, where a bond was
made out for $1,000, which the million
aire signed and Mr. Lauterbach . wit
nessed. Mr. Jennings waa he aurety.
Mr. Rogers was in an annoyed mood.
He aald he thought It had been unnecea
sary to Issue a warrant for hla arraat
He also made himself personally re
sponsible for tha appearance of the
other members of the board of directors
Of th electric company.
' It was 1 o'clock before the million
aire and his counsel got back home and
to bed. .....
Schedule of Steamer T. J. Potter.
' The seaside ateamer T. 3. Potter will
leave . Portland, -.-Ash st reet - dock, for
Astoria and Ilwaco aa followa:
August t. Tuesday, t a. m.
August I, Wednesday, t a. m.
August 4, Thursday, t a. ro.
August 6, Friday, a. m.
August I, Saturday, 1 p. m.
Oet transportation and berth tickets
at O. R. ft N. ticket office. Third and
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(Jooraal Special fee-vice.)
Chicago, July 10. Managers of the
Republican national campaign, includ
ing Chairman Cortelyou and Secretary
Dover of tha national . committee, are
rounding up In Chicago preparatory to
me opening 01 triTj campaign neaaquar-
tera, which la acheduled for next Mon
day. . Although Chairman Cortelyou will
spend the greater portion of his time at
the New Tork headquartera, to be near
tha president, it Is evident ' that the
campaign - will - be conducted largely
from Chloago, as" in former yeare.
Eight years sgo. when the main head
quartera were located in thla city, the
work required two floors on tha Wabaah
avenue aide of the Auditorium building,
and large storeroom across tha street
Four years ago Chairman Hanna and hla
staff occupied tha third - and 'fourth
floors of the Michigan avenue addition
to the Annex, while, the storehouse and
tqulptng department took Up ft business
house in Wabaah avenue.
For the present campaign It haa been
found that more space will be required
than In 189 or in 1000. A- large part of
tha parlor floor of the Annex haa been
secured. .The shipping-department will
have tha same location aa four years
ago.- Preparations are being made to
send out great quantities of. campaign
literature. ' The apeech delivered by
Elthu Root aa chairman of the conven
tion win ne tne rirst document to ne
placed tn the hands of the voters. It
has been printed in pamphlet form and
is now. ready for-distribution.
It is understood that Frank O. Low
den, tha national committeeman - from
Illinois, Graeme Stewart and Charlea O.
Dawes will be connected with the head-
quarters work here as members of the
advisory committee. Harry 8. New ot
Indiana will probably have general
enlarge. Particular attention will . be
given to Indiana, Illinois, and Wisconsin.
The dlstnoutlon of literature will be
gin at once, but the speaking campaign
will be deferred until tha first week' In
BURGLARS ARE BUSY
(Continued' from Page One.)
Conrad obeyed promptly, and whan he
had hla head tucked hard.agalnat tha
pillow, tha burglar- preaaed tha muaale
of his revolver agalnat his victim's nook.
"If you doubt me. I ll show you."
After a short search of the room, the
burglar left and Conrad waited awhile
before reporting - to the police. Again
th wagon waa dispatched post haste.
and again the burglar escaped.
. Their First Bawaxd.
Evidently going directly to tha Hotel
Northern, Twelfth and Marshall atreeta.
the burglar - succeeded In getting the
only reward of the morning for their
work. Two men entered the room of C
8. Freeberg there and without muoh ado
a ecu red ft from hla trousers pocket .
Freeberg notloed both had white hand
kerchief s. tied around the necks, and
that was about all tha description of
them Ira could give. tha police. The rob
bers said nothing to him. except to
warn him to keep silent and not at
tempt to Interfere with them. He tele
phoned to the police as soon as they left
and the headquarters wagon went out
with officers, but returned without any
tt was tha most strenuous experience
the poltoe have had with burglara for
months. Today Chief Hunt la having
all susplolous characters rounded up In
an effort to rid the city of the thieves.
TBABSFOBTATXOB DAT AT FAZB.
. 1. .. -. (Jowaal Sparta! Bwilce.)
St Louis, Mo.. July 10 This
transportation day on the world's fair
calendar and It proved one of the most
Interesting and novel of the special day
celebrations yet held at tha exposition.
During the day there were two parades,
one on land and one on yater, designed
to show tha evolution of transportation
methoda from the water raft of prtmt-
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Cornet - Solo-r'Tha RotchamueBong"
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Selection "Norma Bel lint
Illustrated . song "1 Want My
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March "Stars and Stripes Forever"
Clarinet sole "Home . Sweet - Home' "
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Vocal solo "Zenda Walts Song"
Medley "Southern Melodies". ...... .
Baritone nolo "Ben Bolt" Nelson
Illustrated song "Oood Night Be-
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Trombone solo "Sunshine- Song". . . .
"Star Spangled Banner" ....... Thlele
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pavilion. Seats and tables- for the plo
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Journal Special Bervtca.) '
LaPorte. Ind.. July ' 10.- The Pine
Lake Chautauqua or Indiana Baptist
Christian vilture assembly begins Its
annual aeaslon at Pine, lake tomorrow
and many visitors are on hand to take
part The . opening . sermon - will be
preached by Rev. A. P. Hit, president
of the Chicago Bible institute. The aa
aemly will continue for one week.