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NORVAY 1WDEPEWDEWT fei!giiSpi
s ernmeht Pending New
RefusaJ of Osdr to WitM
ConsularTBilltXausS :Sepmtiqn Jing
" ; " r Hakes Formal Protest : "
(loamit SpccUl lovlw.f
Chrlstianla. Jun 1. Th. torthln
N today declared th union btwn Nor
vr 'wajr and Bwdn under .ona.Jclnc dla-
Bolred and that King Oaear ceaa to act
-.- aa klnc f -Norwa, " Tha atorthlog
' empowered tha preaent atate council to
aqt aa the Rovernment-of Norway.- -An
addreee to the kins waa adffpted
dBrJartnthat--1 feeling la-anter
alnd agalnat him. hie dynasty or tbe
4ih nation and asklna him to oo
operate-In- the aelectlon of a , young
royal houae of Hwedmllooqgupyth
throne of Norway.
It Is currently reported upon good au--thortty
that-Sweden ha -JndlreeUy-a
aured Norway that no forcible meur
will be employed to. hold her within
the bonds of the preaent nnlon. ' ; .
; SeolaxaUom of In-epeaAetMie.
At the "opening the goyernment' In
formed the atorthlng that it relinquished
office from today.. The storthing
thereupon unanlmoualy adopted the toV-
lowing reaolutlonv '.':
. Whereas. All members of the eounotl
of sute. have-laid dowa their offices,
; and. ' .
"Whereas. His majesty, the king, has
declared hlmaelf unable to eatabllsh.
w government for the country, and
'hereaaConitltutlonal MgaX Jiower
thus becomes inoperative, . -
- "Therefore. Be it resolved, thst the
storthing hereby authorises tbe members
of the council of atate who retired to
day to exercise until further notice, aa
the .Norwegian- government,, tha power
appertaining to the king. In accordance
with Norway'a conatltutlon and extatlng
Uwa, with the chanea necessitated by
the fact that the union with Sweden un
der one king Is dissolved, in conse
. quence of the king having ceased to act
- aa s Norwegian king."
Mlchaelaon. the retiring premier, ae-
. eepted on behalf of he government tlfe
storthing will Issue the proclamation to
the people. ""' .
- Premier Mlchaelson has received s
trie (r rem- f r Klng-Oaoar-oe follewsi
"I have received. the communication or
the council of atate and record a. most
decided protest against the method and
action of the government. r .
BEEF TRUST. PROBE
L : AGAIN IS BUSY
Grand Jury Reassembles in Chi
cago and is Expected to Re
r . turn Indictments Soon. - "
(Joorasl ipsclsl servlee.) V
'.- Chicago, June 7.-!-Tia. federal grand
. Jury Investigating the-packlng Industry
resumed wprkjthls. morning aiier a re-
cess of pearly ajoiitb--CirwlWudsTS0ilton and Chicago, now at Mare lsland.4
Humphrey, who charged tne jury. is
r on the bench. The jury adjourned until
thla afternoon owing to the abaence of
. Vnlted Statea Attorney Morrison. It
is believed Indictments will be Returned
when Morrison resches here frdm Waah
lngtoni where he went to consult Attorney-General
lfonr. Senator Cullom,
who recently conferred with the preal
. dent ' regarding the ; beef Investigation,
called on Judge Humphrey this morn
. lng.' He denied that-his presence bas
Jany bearing on the beef cases., ,
POPE THANKS THE u i
. EMPEROR OF JAPAN
(Jottreal Bperlsl Berrlre.)
Rome, June 7. The- pope today' ad'
dressed an autograph letter to- the em-J ,
reror of Japan thanking him ror tne
liberty grafted the' Catholic ; mission
- arles In allowing them to enter the ter--Tltory
conquered. bythe.JPnee and
helping them to establish heir house.
ALFONSO IS GUEST-
, OF CITY OF LONDON
' (Joarne.1 IperUl ftsrvlre.)
London, June J. -King , Alfonso was
tha guest of the city of London today.
He was received by the tnrd mayor and
corporations si Guildhall. The route
' to the hall was lined with troops and
' he king met with a hearty reception
from the crowds. i ' ,
ii..' -j,, . s j -a ' a- ji.ii. - ii. ii'iv .......-..., ; " - -iaaasmxE va 1 ' "v i i a i j i i- i ir- i ww i i i i. u.
and Present State
TTia resolutions" doptfdJoday meal
the dethronement of King Oscsr an4
was a parliamentary srep necessary be
fore dissolution between ' Norway and
Sweden could - be r.aooompllshed.. The
Norweglana maintain that the king by
opposing the wishes of the country is.
vetoing he law for separate conaulal
representation and also by his absence
from Norway has suspended his. rights
and duties as-kmsr'f' Norway, v-.
Under the constitution article XIII
provldeaT that la the absence of the king
ur Ills leaiuval the storthing shall in
staH responsible government--whteh
will govern In the king's name. A spe-
olL -commission . wJU prtba.blxrbe P
pointed to notify' the- powers of ' the
eventual changes in the. censtltutlonal
situation.. ' r
By tha itpfaken today "Kforwat
constitutionally '. severs Its connection
with ' Sweden. '. She must now -either
elect a king as successor to Oscar or
aa Is equally probable, become a repub
lic. Popular feeling 4s running high In
favor - of tha . latter course and It la
probable the conatltutlon anigoyernr
ment will be adopted 'based upon the
lines of the Swiss confederacy.. The
moat probable candidate for the' presi
dency Is Dr. Nansen, the Arctio ex
plorer . ,
The house of Beraadotte. from, which
s probabto successor to the throne of
Norway will be aelected, was founded
by Marshal Bernadotte, one of Napo
leon's of f lcera, who waa elected heir
apparent, to the Hewn of Sweden In
Ills through Napoleon's Influence and
became king In ISIS. The preaent king
of Sweden, Oscar II, Is a grandson of
Marshal Bernadotte, He married-In
1857 the Princess Sophia of Nassau and
has had four sons, the eldeeit of whom
Is the Crown Prince Oustavus, born In
1S5I, who has three sons born In 1882,
1884 and 188 respectively.
The king's 'other sons ' are Prince
prax, hornl85, who married one of
ma mower s maias or nonor uuu rnn
qulshed his right to the throne; Prince
Carl, bom In 181, married In 1817 to
ths-Prlnoees Ingeborgr-daughUr-of the
crown ' prince of Denmark, and the
Prince Eugene, born In 1866. If a king
Is -chosen it will be from among the
grandsons of Oscar. ' - :
WARSHIP SAILS FOR
Marblehead Leaves San Fran
cisco, and Chicago and Bos- .
ton Will Follow at Once.
At ( o'clock thla morning the United
Slates cruiser Marblehead sailed from
Ban Francisco for-Portland and Is ex
pected . here Saturday.,' The cruisers
will shortly sail for thla port.. The rea
sels belong to ths Pacific aquadron and
will be In command of . Rear Admiral
Goodrich. It Is probable that they will
remain In the harbor until the close of
. Ths Marblehead is well known at this
port, as she waa here a couple of weeks
last summer and took pert In tha cele
bration of the Fourth' of Julyj 1 She la
of J.08J tons Register and one of the
finest craft In the aervlce. ' ;
Preparattona are being made by the
felr eommltt for he ewtertainment of
the officers snd crews In an elaborate
manner. The men will be provided with
season tickets to the exposition grounds
and everything will be done to make
their visit In port as- pleasant as pos-alble.-
r Bourse Vepressad. ..;.-
'- j- (Journal Bpseiat. arele.) -
rarls. June T. The bourse Is de
pressed todsy ss a result of the eulcldj
f Banker a-nsgiy. a weal my spscuutor.
Enggly Is said to have been prominently
bearlah on Japanese stocks, the rise of
which, caused tig ruin. .... -t, t
,' . v - , Money for. Collars. '
-. . '. (Journal Ipeclal Servtes.
Colorado Springs. Col.r-'Junet T.-i
President Blocum of Colorado college
today snnounced contributions of 1170
pOO toward the 1600,000 endowment
fund had ben ! received. - 'Among the
contributors are Oeneral Palmer f
Colorado Springs, f 100,040; Andrew Car
negie, J50(000. ! ..'. x
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PORTLAND, OREGON ,WEDNE$DA,Y; EVENING, 7 JUNE
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Photograph of Crown Prince William
-of Mecklenburg-Schwerin whom he married yesterday. This is the pho
tograph which decorates half the homes in Germany today. - .
AT UNITED STATES
rActlon of Roosevelt Relative to
" motion Trepoff. Begins Campaign Against EdCica-"
'. - , ,.: -tionAmbassadori Is Received by Czar.
r (Joeraal Special Service.)- -
St. Petersburg, June 7. Novoe Vremya
today publishes a bitter attack on Presi
dent Roosevelt for ordering the Russian
warships at .-Manila to leave or dis
mantle. In naval circles great Indignation
Is also expressed- against the president
for this action, and many of the officials
are Inclined to assume a threatening at
titude. - ' ' i ' !
Governor-General Trepoff has begun
a campaign aralnst education on the
grounds that It opens the eyes of tha
people to evil conditions and weakens
the gutnorlty of the government -.He
todsy summoned the principals of tbs
St.. Petersburg high schools smd urged
them to unite In demanding that the
tuition of all universities be raised te
100 rubles a year.
The rsar haa Issued a proclamation
to peasants requesting them to co
operate with a commission headed by
M. Boullgan. minister of tha Interior, in
working out the details of a representa
tive assembly. - The proclamation bears
the date of last Saturday. . t "
Ambaasador Meyer had an interview
, SWEEPS WISCONSIN
Damage to, Michigan and Her
t Sister State Estimated at r
Three Million Dollars. . ...
' (Joors.l Bpeelal Serrtee.)
Milwaukee,- June 7. Another storm
swept the middle section of ths stite
laat alght. flooding thousands of acres
and causing more damage to crops. At
Menaaha all mills are closed down. -The
Woodenwarei company thla morning lost
s raft of 10,000 feet of lumber. Reports
of damage from different aectlona of the
atate are conatsntli growing. It Is est!-,
msted thst the damage - wilt exceed
11.000.000 ia Mkhlran and Wisconsin
b Mis storm of esierOax a4 lQuA
- of Germiny arid hia bride Cecilie4
Warships at Manila Causes XJom-
with Foreign Minister Lansdorf at- 11
o'clock laat night, and today hs went to
Tsarskoe Belo, where he was received
la special audience by the emperor. It
Is believed his visit Is of unususl sig
nificance In view of the report that the
war party la weakening and the csar's
advisors are unanimous for peace. .
Unievitob, Grows Bold." "
(Journal Special Barries.)
Gunshu Pass. June. 7. General Llnle
vltoh states that he Is. for war to the
bitter end and believes that the Man
cburian army, ta strong enotigh to as
sume .the aggressive. He states that
he consldera himself not only strong
enough to hold his ground, but even to
advance, and ts confident that hs will
defest the Japanese In Manchuria, :
1. . . . :. Psed aubmarlnes, , ,
4..: (Joornal Special Serrlce.)
VToklo. June 7. It Is officially stated
that during the bottle in the Korean
straits submarines wers used success
fully In the destruction of ths Russian
battleships, - -
ATTEMPT TO MORDER-
- FAIRBANKS REPORTED
(Joarnal Special Ssrrlee.) A
Detroit" June 7.A report -
from Flint. Michigan. 'says that
an attempt was made to assas--
slnate Vice-President Fair- !e)
banks there this afternoon. The- "
tumor has not been confirmed. -
ANOTHER CUP OFFERED
; YACHTS BY THE KAISER
. ' . Journal SparUtSarviee.V w .' ' -Cowes,
Isle of Wight, June 7.The
-yachts Atlantln, Apache, Utowana and)
vsinana-have been - entered In a faoe
front Dover tiO' HellKoland for another
oup offered by the kaiser. They will
starV.oa juoa 17. .
7. t90gFpURTEEN PAGES
LAflD TORIII $598-
: A SQUARE FOOT
, k Brings j. Highest-Price in
PROPERTY OPPOSITE , Li
. TRINITY CATHEDRAL
Most Valuable Plot ron Western
Hemisphere Sold to St. .
rr"touis Concern. . ,
' Jonnal Socclal Ssrrlee.)
VorV 1 Tun. R.tabllahlns a
naw hla-h reeord'for' the sausre foot of
fcew York City . real - eatatejr-S98.20
jtllj a .in miilhraat corner or
Wall -street and Broadway. opooSTTe"
TrTntn?r1inrenrconsisilng-of a fot-S0
feet on Broadway by 1 reel on van
-t..., ... hHn anM for 1700.000. .It
haa - long been regarded as the- most
valuable plot on the western hemisphere.
The purchase of the property marka an
entrance Into the New York realty mar
ket of a St Louis corporation, the rep
resentative or wnicn, ijorauao ju.
son. negotiated the Bale.
Benjamin D. Sllllman. wno oiea xour
years sgo, sged 7 years, waa curing
most of bis life the owner of the prop-
. .i.m frnm tha Batata.. The re-
. I l J I ' TT wwau -' -. -
gard in which Sllllman held the prop
erty can beat oe aeen inrouu ma wuvw
dent which ooourred- Almost 40 years
sge.- At that tlmCOeorge K. ea, a
young man Juat entering on nia
as a real estate broker, desired to sell
a large property and finally elngled out
this plot - He went to Sllllman and
asked him u he wouia sen. ;
,"Yes" replied tne owner. . i n sen.
"For how much!" ssked Read.
wii niuiman aald. "you cover H
with dollars and you can hava It" .
n jk M ... knw munh STlflCa M. Silver
Ar.u nd"i., " . -
dollar would occupy and then how many
dollars would cover yie io- n unu
a buyer at the price computed and re
turned to SllMmsn to close , the desL
Ths aged lawyer heard the price oriereo
and laughingly asked how Read obtained
.mk riaurea. After Read explained
Sllllman remarked: ' "
"But I forgot to tell you lo sianu
the dollars on edge."
n- ...... ha ranifated the terms
at-whleh- he would, .sell but satd thes
trtst goio ooiiars inwiu
lars would havs tor be used. - ' " J
MAUD ADAMS SLOWLY,
P RECOVERING HEALTH
(Journal Special Bervlee.) r-
New Tork. June 7. Msud Adams, the
actress, after being dangoroualy. Ill as
a result of an operation for appendicitis,
i.. kav-hnma at Tak. Roa-
kokontar Long Island. Miss Adams was
operated on In a private nospnai in mn
city In May. She did not rally from the
operation as quickly aa ths doctors be
lleved "he should and 1 for more then a
week was at the point of death. Grad
v.. wit.iit. rammed . - Thereafter
l u.Jtj n.i . ....... - -- -
ther recovery wag rapid , and eioma days
ago she waa.movea rrom ins private
hospltsl to hsr summer home. .. .. -v.--For
the, past twft or ttfree years Miss
Adams-has een In frail health. Sev
eral times she has been obliged to cancel
heeoasftmsnta,'. ,. ',.,.'
: PRICE TWO,
VUgly RumoYs" Concern
ing Prospective Land
LORD AND THURSTON IT
' ASK T0 SEE IT DRAWN
Heney to Argue Before Judge
" De Haven Next Monday
Mitchell Won't Be Tried
,1 Before June Ninteenth. :
Like the first patter of tbe skirmish
ers' bullets, preceding a .great bsttls
Ik. nnMlntl thla mnrnlntf In
the federal court whsn Senator John H.
Mltchett' and his counsel. Benaior jonn
M. Thurston appeared before Judge Gil
bert in relation . to ths former's- Indict
ment for .complicity in the land frauds.
The -proceedings were Drier out signin
cant and seero to foreshadow a plan of
... wi.k 1 1 1 .k.Il.H.. - .tan
W II IV 11 Will a.ll.ll.. '
In the gofernment's prosecution .of the
In behalf of his client Senator Thurs-
m.f ..1 H .1 . y. .... . . . - - -
ton asVcd the court to perTSUi hint W l
present srnen. me pana is uuu
wnk-h will he selected tin li Jurors
who-wlU-try-Sonator Mitchell. Buch S
request . Is - extraordinary and ' It waa
taken under consideration by Judge Gil
bert who., silglvs his decision tomor
row morning. ,
After court had adjourned' Judge Gil
bert atated that the panel would not be
drawn until " after 'next Monday,' when
Judge DrUaren-ef Ban Francisco Is to
bear argumenta on the demurrer, to
Senator- Mitchell's ' Indictment. If the
demurrer ahould be overrule an order
mrlit than ha made for the drawing of
the panel. Probably a week, or more
would then elapse before the case could
come on for Irlatr aa Urn must b r
lowed for the jurors to arrange their
affairs snd resch Portland., The. panel
Is drawn from the entire state. -
ITot aefore eTnata.
It l Is evident -therefore that Senator
Mitchell's-trial - will not . begin before
June It, at earliest United 8tatesls.
frixt AMnrnrv Francis J. Henev Is ex
oected to arrive from San ' Franclaco
.... Siinil,. mnrnlne and will ararus
against tha demurrer of. the defense on
Charles F. Lord, who Is. tinder Indlo
ment for oonsplrscy"gslnst District
Attorney Heney, was also in court this
tuui inna . . v. . " " .
queat which ' Waa afterward made by
BfimlUI' BIIUIHII a mam n nsn j inisa
61 thort Inquired whether-thc re we rt .
any ex parte motions, Mi Lord ssld:
"Msy.lt please the court. In the case
of United States against ' myself,
Inasmuch aa I understand that the panel
Is soon to- be drawn. snd ss ugly rumors
have been afloat on the streets ss to the
manner In which i Is to bs done. I ask
that I. tnay-be-tu-eaent when the draw
ing of the panel' Is done. I ssk that
the order msy fix the time and place
when the panel Is to be drawn snd thst
the clerk-and the marshal and the Jury
commissioner be Instructed -that I be
allowed to be present" -.
,. lord's TfiT mMs-ora."
"li know nothing of the rumors 'to
which you - allude." replied Judge Gil
bert "but I will take your request under
consideration. -No order for drawing
the Jury will be made today."
Senator Thuraton then addressed the
- "In behalf of Mr.' Mitchell' I Join In
the requeat that has been made ana ass
that the persons Interested be permitted
to be present when tbe panel Is drawn,"
ha said. - 7
- Judge Gilbert said that hs would an
nounce hla decision tomorrow morning,
snd court was then adjourned. After ad
journment Senator Thurston wss asked
whether the request that had been made
signified any apprehension on" bis part
that ths Jury would not be fairly drawn.
- "Not -at -all,"- he-replied. - "l merely
want te prevent any suspicion of Irregu
larity In the proceedings. In a case of
such moment It Is highly Important that
there should be no occasion for any sub
sequent crltldlsm ta td-ths manner-IB
whtch the case was conductsd.'?
The panel will be drawn by United
Statea Jury Commissioner A. Bush of
Salem, assisted by United Statee Mar
shal C. J. Reed . and Captain Bladen,
clerk of the court. '
Ds Kavea to Be Hers BC oaday. '
Next Monday Judge De Haven of San
FranOlsoo, who hss been assigned to
heart the land fraud cases, will hold
court hsr and will hear argument on
the demurrer Hied ttt-behalf of Senator
MltohelL Government offlolals ere confident-that
tha "demurrers-will ba over
ruled and la that event no other ob
stacle will remain to prevent the trial
of the first Indictments sgainat Senator
Mitchell. He is to be tried first on the
charge of having received feee fqr urg
ing the patenting of land claims, while
United States senator, which la con
trary to the federal laws.
The demurrer was orllnally to be
argued by briefs and bo' a the proeecu-
Contlnu t i i
CENTS. UAStT'hn dSJC
Judge Sears Sentences C.
to Be Flogged. '
HER STORY IN COURT
Twenty , Strokes, Limitl of the
Lawrthe t Dose : Admin- v "
,-lstejred by Jailer Grafton
r-tvc:. in Jail Corridor.
Charles McGlnty la the first 'wifa- ;
beater .: Idl Oregon to -ba whipped under -the
law passed by the-last legislature
providing -that; punishment for wlfe
beaters. Judge Bears of the state c1r-
cult court this morning sentenced Mo
Glnty - to receive, 20 ,.lahes across his
bare back. The whipping was adminis
tered by Jailer Grafton In the corridor
of tha county Jail this afternoon.. -'
"When McGlnty was taken . from hla
cell and-marched to the Improvised
whippingpost- tn-tha-rjalt corridor a
gieal truwd tif cuunty effielats i atss
abooC- -. '- v -. .
, Jallsr Orsfton. wltfc'lhe aid of tw-
deputy, sheriffs rentoved McQInty's
shirt and' raised MoGlnty'a bands hlgh .
aboVs his head and fastened them with
handcuffs to a cell . door. Assistant. .
County Physician C C McCornack exam-
laed McGlnty and pronounced him la fit -condition
to undergo the punlahment ;
" The Whipping. '
Jailer Graftotr-took- msost-itehtitd
and slightly to one side of the. prisoner
and grasped the handle of a whip made
of four braided leather thongs. - '
With a preliminary swish of .tha whip
tha Jailer swung back. Then tha lashes
spreading like a fan descended on tha
shoulders of the victim who "shrank.
groaned -a little and then squared his
shoulders with a resolute shake of his
A gain thefour- fangs -of tha - quirt -descended,
and this time four long, real -welts
showed on the white skin, a third '
and the welts grew more angry, and aa
the fourth and - fifth strokes fell the .
tortured skin" began to oose blood and
the writhing maa pulled- at the steel -mahaclea
and clanked them In despera- -tlon
against tha Iron door. v
. Counting tha Strokes. '
Ths doctor stood beside McGlnty '
watching for the first . trace of real '.
injury, and as the whip whistled Its
notes of paln Sheriff Word counted,
"tmf,1 twd. tRrM.w"Inyl6mIttttheJ
egttlng-blows: ; ;
Jailer Grafton, had no pleasure in big
work; 1t was ths most unpleasant task -
hs .had, ever performed, but before her
took out the whip and bared hla arm for
the work ho announced that ho wanted .
to make the whippmg.-aw object lesson
snd did not denjre to have to perform i
the task for MeGInty' again. He per-,
formed hla task in the same spirit and
not a blow was a weak one; not once
did he falter. -- Possibly some memory
of the little, frail woman who had near
ly fainted when telling the judge of her
husband's brutality in court that morn
ing may have steeled, his arm.
Yet no lack of , consideration waa
shown - the culprit and the merely . '
ourious were not admitted. Tha whip
fell with good honest force, but it wsa
not drawn' back over tbs flesh to leave
a wound. ' " i
"When the last stroke had been .given
McQInty's Hands Were unlocked from .
the manacles that bound him and with
slight assistance he was sble to walk to
the receiving room of th Jail whence
he later emerged, the law having dona
with hint. .
Story of tke a eating.
The MoGlnty ease attracted, consider -
able attention while on trial In tha
lower courts, and when tbe defendant-::
entered a plea of guilty before Circuit ..
Judge Sears this morning ths room waa -crowded
with witnesses. Prior to the
sentence . Mrs. McGlnty, a frail little
woman, weighing leea than 100 pounds,
had, In a voice scarcely above a whisper,
told her pitiful story to tha Judge. "The "
story wss short:
"I wouldn't give Mm money that t
had earned and he blackened . ray eye '.
snd bruised my body."
. "Had he ever struck you . before
queried Judge Sears.
"Several times." . Aadh thla concluded
her story. . . . ; . . .
When MeOlnta was brought before
the Judge ha told a rambling story of
how he had asked for 'money, received
it came back for more and had beeav
refuaed. He told of the struggle,' ad
mitted be loet bis temper and struck
hla wife, Bift said:"' ' "
"1 did not Intend to get disagrees!, la,
Judge Sears was. however, somer' t
. fl cent Imsglne a r
contemptible act" e ' ' . '
Hashing, "that for a b t i
yjou to strike a w t
wife. Yoa r