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VOL. V. NO. . 33.'
PORTLAND, OREGON, FRIDAY EVENING, i APRIL 13, M806.TWO SECTIONS 20 PAIGES,
'PRICE TWO CENTS. V!JHSglA1P JETS '
RULE OF 5 A iW
RAIN OF ASHES SON
State Pr'ohibitipn,.', Party,1 Meets
and Outline Program That
I' j -
; Includes Retirement of ,
' ;; ' 'y': Old Leader. - T.
MORE LIBERAL POLICY '
, GENERALLY FAVORED
Stronger Plea to Be Made to Every
; Class of Voters an4 No Matter
What One May Have Registered aa
. HeJVffl Be Welcomtd NtwErt
. -'. Not Well Received by Old Leaders.
If plana to nominate only a partial
ticket that ware discussed In caucus
. meeting thla morning before tha open
. Ing of tha atata convention of tha Fro-
hlbltloa party 4a tha auditorium f tb
T. M. Ci A ara carried out at thla e.ft
ernoon'a session, tbe party will caat
j. aside Its old customs and adopt a pol-
ley of assisting other political partlea
? In eleetlng .: certain candidates. Tba
;4 ) .'. X.' H'Amos.
plan dlacuaaed involvaa . the retirement
i of L H Amoa, who for years baa held
" . tba ."moat conaplcuoua position - In- hie
. partr 'in Oregon. .Mr. Amos, represent
-t lng theorthodox element f . the party.
. has always advocated the nomination of
- a full ticket.. t. .:
J ' Beaiatrattoa Cats a rta-are.
' The convention began at 10 o'clock
this 'morning. The question of nomi
nating a ticket did not arise, though
hint of the plana was given bjr the pro
longed discussion that followed a reso
lution to recognise aa delegates only
those who registered aa third-party Pro.
hlbltlonlsta. - The discussion occupied
' tha greater part of the forenoon .ses
sion. . It was revived in toe arternoon.
and. It la bald, will reault to the-over-
-throw of that element or ; the- party
which baa advocated what they , term
Mr. Amoa is the representative of that
""element, it la aald. and plana have been
made to elect a state chairman to sue.
ceed him at 'thla afternoon's session.
. Committeeman wreeeat.
' It waa a email gathering 'that at.
'tended tba opening session ;thle morn
ing. The meeting' wag called to order
by Mr. Amos and C. J.- Bright -of Wasco
waa elected chairman, F. u. Kutner-
- ford of Portland wss rnede secretary.
The following members of the nominat
ing committee ' were present: Yamhill
county, H. J. Nott; Multnomah. B. tee
Paget; Marlon. C. W.Pogue; Benton,
Professor Henry Bleak;. Morrow," M. D.
. 1 French: Linn,. W. P. Elmore; Wasco,
C. J. Bright; Coos, W.' W. Kosebrough;
Clackamaa, F: P., Petit. Commltteea
were appointed- aa follow: "'
Credentials, K. M. Smith, Portland;
- Prof easor Henry Bleak, : Philomath, and
W. W. Roeebrough, Cooe county, i
' ' Finance E. T. Johnson, H...W. Stone.
Portland, and H. Gould, Newberg.
' Resolutions I. IL Amoa, Portland;
Oliver Jory, Salem, and V. P. Elmore,
Albany. . '- ' .'
,...,r debate aa . to roller. T'TT
. Immediately after the appointment of
" tha commltteea Dr. B. I lne preclpl-
'tated the discussion by introducing a
resolution : to the effect that no one
aheuld have a et in .the convention
except those . who have registered as
Prohibitionists. The, convention ahould
recognise no one, be aald, who claimed
to be a prohibitionist but who had reg
istered aa a Democrat or aa a Repub
lican. ,' ; "'
' Tha resolution waa Instantly opposed
by Hf W. Btone of the Y. M. C. A. and
the discussion became, general. . It
. finally threatened to result In a wrangle
.which was avoided, delaying actloq on
"the motion. , ,
"Instead of excluding any one we
ought to extend a welcome to all who
are working for tbe movement and who
;are in Hympathy with ua,", Mr. Btona
ssld. "Whet we need i votea if we are
ta accomplish anything, and we will
certainly not get votea by excluding
persona rather than welcoming them." -The
afternoon session began at- S
o'clock. Nominations were begun at
. once and also a general discussion aa to
twhlch offices It was advisable to In
clude in the "list for which nomina
tions were made. ''.
. - - ;1 1 11 ' 'I
".'. r Wad at Keleo.
! Kelso. Wash.. AprUMJ Olio Klwell
end Miss Jidlth : Page .were ' married
.here at tha home of the bridofa moth
er, the Rev. J. C Abels omi ts ting. Mr
-Klwell la a young business man of this
city. Mr. and Mrs. Elwell left for Port
' lan4 on tba afternoon train. .
Bert Kerrigan - and Five ;,OtKer
Members of the American
Olympic Team : Injured
by Smash From Sea. '
MAY NOT BE ABLE TO T "
COMPETE IN CONTEST
Mountain of Water. Sweepa Cham.
" piong Against Deck of Barbaroiaa
and Nearly Waahea Them- Over-
board Sheridan, . Mitchell. Borne1
than, Cohn and HUlman Hurt.
(Jearaal Soecial gervlce.) J
OibralUr. April It. -r A big wave
struck tha ' eteamer Barbarotsa, carry
ing tha Amerloan Olympic team to Ath
ena, while ,en; route to thla port Blx
members of the" team barely escaped be
ing . waahed overboard. One of them
waa Injured' quite' seriously."" ;
Among those injured and probably In
capacitated from ' participating in the
contest at -Athena la Bert Kerrigan of
tha Multnomah Amateur Athletic club of
Portland. Oregon, champion high Jumper,
Who was to represent America In thla
event Kerrigan Is not .seriously hurt,
though bruised and acratched badly. -
Tha wave- swept members of th
ship'a crew, as well aa the famoua ath
letes, oil their feet and smashed them
against tha aldea of the cabin. H. I
HUlman, sustained a lacerated knee and
la probably the most seriously injured.
Among the athletes J. 8. Mitchell, the
weight -thrower, sastained a dislocated
shoulder. Hervey Cohn, the long dis
tance runner, and F. A. Borneman, tha
champion awimmer," austalned - severe
scratches, and., bruises, t Four ' Other
members of the team suataloed leaser
bruises. The six may be unable .. tb
compete In tbe contest at Athena on ,(
count of the Injuries, and it.' If -'almost
certain that both Mitchell and Cohn
have been ' too seriously hart .to take
part a the contest, , .
'. Bert "Ke'rrlae'n. 'Portland's nnresenta-
tte among , the. athletes,, la '.one of. the
beat-known Jumpers in the country.; He
lives in this city at I4S mark street, and
for yeara has been .Identified with the
Multnomah club. lie Was aalectad to
represent ' America, principally In the
running high Jump, and waa also to be
entered In severs! other aventa.
Last year Mr. Kerrigan waa director-
general of athletics at the tewls and
Clark exposition, and also competed In
the games. At that "meet he won tha
chsmplonshlp,of the United States in
the running high Jump clearing the bar
et feet 1H. Inches. Although thla mark
did not equal his record of feet" I
inches, he nevertheless - defeated all
comers, . and for that reason wsa se
lected to represent America at Athena in
the high Jump. Mr. Kerrigan la an all
around athlete and holds several notable
records, including the world's records
for tbe running high diva of .f feet t
Inches. ' " - '
BY A HEllO'Bi'
William M. : Murphy, Former
Champion, Attacks Chicago
Operator and Is Worsted.
1 tJearaal Special Rerrtee.)
Chicago, April II. William M. Mur
phy, former American champion wrest
ler, sHacked an athletlo Chicago girl
laat night on Washington boulevard.
A , moment after the first advance he
went down before a rain of blows from
the girl's fists. -In another minute he
had, given up realstance - and - Bought
safety without suecese in flight. At the
end of the first round of three minutes
Murphy waa a prisoner on his way to
the police station In a patrol wagon.
Then Mlsa Lillian Houck. tbe telephone
operator, who had "trimmed" Murphy,
smiled end continued on her way home.
Murphy ahamefacedly - stood - in tha
prisoner's dock In Justice Dooley's
court this morning. He had nothing to
aay. Blackened eyes and swelled llpa
told of tbe force of Mlsa Houck'a blows.
Murphy waa fined It and costs and
goea to tha workhouse for three months.
GOULD TO BUILD LINE
: TO JACKSON HOLE MINES
i ' (Jneraal gseetal arrice.)
Ogden. Utah.. April II. It Is an
nounced thla morning that tha Rio
Qrande Western. Gould's road, has taken
optloaa on valuable property in Ogden
canyon, tbe only remaining pass through
tha Waeatch range, and will construct a
line to this city through northern Utah,
and a branch into Wyoming. It la the
Intention of the Goulds to tap the rich
coal region of the Jackacn Hole coun
try, which has as yet been untouched.
Tba new line will be 100 miles long.
ACCUSED OF SELLING
; LIQUOR TO A MINOR
- Jeereal flseetal Berries.)
Pendleton, Or., April It. J. D. Bhlpn.
proprietor of tha Brewery saloon,- haa
been arreated on a charge of selling
liquor to a .minor, Walter Arnold, the
boy aocused of relieving a' stringer of
purse containing 2t In the Brewery
seloxm Tuesday night - flhlpp will be
arraigned before Judge Ellis thla after
BOOB, ' .
Teddy Annoyed Because People
Make Fun of His Cunning ;
-V i..' I ,
BENEATH THE DIGNITY -
' OF OFFICE HE HOLDS
Good New forlCouggra..Bc4)cat -and
Prairie Wolyea' Sent ih; Reply 'vto
' Invitation' -to 'Take 'Part in-a' Big
, Hunt in. Oklahoma, 'rrr. l
-t - Journal Special Berrlee.)
' Sun Ant6nio, Tex., April 13.--Beru
tile people do not consider' it. dignified,
and make more or less adverse com
ment President ' Roosevelt . will not
again i go hunting during hla term of
office. Thla Is the substance of a letter
received t this week by Cecil I.yon. . a
Texas member of tbe Republican na
tional committee. . , , ,
Lyon arranged a wolf hunt laat aprlng
In a big pasture of Kowa country,
where the president discovered John
Abernethy,- the wolf killer, who Is now
United States marshal of Oklahoma.
At that time an arrangement waa made
to repeat the hunt thla spring. -
.The letter to. Colonel Lyon espreaaes
regret of the president that he is' not
able to go hunting any more until he
reaseg-toT be--preeldent, beraoser- the '
of floe . he holds - is held - to be -of ; toe
great dignity to permit of having any
more outings. ,THe president saya-the
people make fun of: his .hunts to such
an extent, aa to. be annoying to him;
SAYS THE-LORD TOLD
HIM TO BURN BUILDING
(SpeeUl Dispatch te The leorsaL) ' !
Aberdeen, Wash.. April It. J. Beau
betn, a fruit dealer, who waa arrested
Monday morning on a charge of being
drunk and disorderly, haa been acttpg
strangely for some time from religious
mania. Ha arranged to give a lecture on
religious subjects last Sunday. He got
out bills and tlcketa. nd sold tickets at
$1 and then gave moat of them away.
He waa kept In jail a few days, (Im
proved, and was relessed, when " the
mania returned, r He said that Ood told
him to burn the store building he was
In and to kill several people. The store
Is . one of the few . wooden business
blocks remaining. - He has been arrested
again and bold pending an Investigation
aa to hla aanlty.
PEACE CONFERENCE IS '
. ADJOURNED TO AUTUMN
.. 'V'" Meonial giievtal Merrlee.) :
St. Petersburg. April it. It la offi
cially announced that the second Hague
peace , conference , haa . adjaurned until
September. ,t . ,( .... ... ..' ; .
Easter Sunday, Journal Excels All V
The Easter Sunday Journal Will be a revelation. It will be magnificently illustrated in colors and
rill be filled with all kinds of good reading. A special story illustrated in colore of Esster morning in
the City of the Resurrection is an article that will surely please you. , - . ', ,
. In England women are not allowed to be in view of the psrlisment while it is in session. They sre
compelled to occupy a sort of birdcage near the roof. If you want to learn of this quaint thing read The'
Sunday Journal. , t. , ' ' .
Never are the children forgotten in The Sunday Journal. Last week Billy, the elk in the City Park,
talked to the little ones. Every child wsnts to learn-of its friends in the City Psrk goo. so resd these
interesting snimsl stories to them. You will also profit from the reading for the animals tell lots of
things thst will interest you. In addition to the animal story for the children there are also the colored
comic pictures for the little ones snd you will enjoy laughing with them over Happy Hooligan, Maud the
mule gnd the others. . 'y , ,
.l. i The Sunday .Journal will be a good Easter morning present for you. Full of features designed, for
esch class. The business man, the matron, the maid and the children all have their pages.
w Do Not . Fail to, Get tkc Easter Sunday Journal 'y;
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Above Vesuvius in Eruption, Below
a - View of the . Crater.
DEATH AND DESTRUCTION
IN CYCLONE'S: PATH
Six, Reported '; Killed and Much
- Damage 'Done to Property.
in Texas Town. - - - '
(Jeornal gpeelal Berrlee.)
EOTaar Ttkssr Aprlll t:-ll-:ilf-r-
ported today , tha t slxi. persona were
killed and.tO injured in a cyclone which
atruoK .Brlggs, Texas, -. yesterday after
noon about f o'clock and almost en
tirely destroyed Ihe town. ' - The dead
are Mrs. i R. Hickman snd daughter,
Arnett Haber and wife, and-R. A., Pat
terson and wife. ' . ' v
Practically everr-person in tha .'town
la more orlwa injured. y j -
Reports from other points In northern
Texas show that the tornado .wrought
much damage in many localities. Wires
are down and but little information' can
be obtained. .The storm Came from the
southwest, and ruined farm houses and
acattered. debris mark its trail,
UNION COFFIN FACTORY .
TO BURY UNION WORKERS
----- v H .-w.-'. " i -i, -irf-ti
- tJoaraal Bpectal Service.)
Chtcsgo. April 12. A union coffin
factory, together . with the direction of
funerala of union men it ISO apiece,
may be the next step of the Chicago
Federation of Labor in' consummating
plana broached- at a meeting of the cen
tral labor body. - A movement for such
a factory waa launched some time 'ago
for the purpose of putting a labor rival
of ! the so-called undertakers' trust in
the field. Several propositions for the
erection of a plant have been considered
by the executive board. The one which
met with tbe most favor- provided for
the building of a factory at a cost of
150,000 In one of tha suburbs. .
RUSSIA ON VERGE
Loan Negotiations Declared to
: Be at a Deadlock and Grave
: Crisis Approaching. ; v I
ONLY A FEW MILLIONS--
A - ; LEFT IN TREASURY
Hitch : in .? Proseedingf . That Delaye
f j Sigaaturoa to Contract at Paris To
: rhorTcrwi-Lfberala' So .Par in Elec-
V, ''' s . '
tiona Have Gamed Big Victory.
tleerml Sreelal SerrU-e.)
Glasgow Scotland, . April It. The
Herald correspondent at Bf Petersburg
aaya that -complete 'bankruptcy In Rua
sla la -approaching. . Loan negotiations
are declared to be at a deadlock with
only a few million left In the treaaury..
- Tha contract for. the new national
loan waa reported to be ready for sig
nature at Paris next Saturday, but there
Is a hitch In the present negotiations
and it seems probable now that the ef
forts will result in failure.- - -
. The elections so far as they have
progressed have resulted in an over
whelming t victory for the Liberals of
the various parties.. The constitutional
Denerate.hava-an.-Overwlielrnlng . ma-.
Jorlty. The csar will coma to St Peters
burg7 to Tipen the dmima. bat the repre
sentatives will, be eummoned either to
Tsarkoe Relo or peterhof palace, where
theviwlll be presented to the emperor
and listen to hie speech from the throne.
.- Some fear of an attack upon tha Jews
at faster has been caused by the spread
of nroclamatlona ' among . tha populace
exciting the people to attack. Police and
other precautions .have- oeen -laaen. 10
prevent excess. ., -. ' .
LARGE CATTLE OWNERS
J - , , a -1 twW L. .
, , jwjnrnm i n irw i i wi.iv,
' u-u.hlnrtnn Anrll 1J The oresidsnt.
-, P Mf1 -nnfnrencea - with . the
cabinet has determined to inaugurate a
vigorous campaign to reclaim govern'
imj nnixL-full tmemA bv cattle
owners. So far these ' men have es
caped thmugh-a technicality. . :
INSANE SOLDIER STABS
HIMSELF TWENTY TIMES
tJeamel SpeHal Service.) ' '
Ogden, Utah. April II. T. Cole, one of
,ri ae is Innna soldiers snd sailors
en route from Mare Island to Wsshlng
ton. last night stabbed himself JO times
with a pocketknife, and will die. ' His
companion leaped through a car. window
and escaped to the hills and waa only
captured after a desperate fight.
Clear Skies and Sunshine Greet
People of Stricken Vesuvius
- -,r District' Normal Con-
. . '" . ditions Resumed, i
NUMBER OF VICTIMS IS
Animals Dying by Thousands snd De--caying
Carcasses Add to Horror of
. the, Situation Raltef. Work Rapid
. ly Progressing Under Personal Di-
Tfeettonref the XfaigN ' . ' , ' -
CJoorsal Snaeial Servfre t -
Naplea, April 11. Clear skies and per
fect sunshine greeted the people of this
stricken region thla morning. The fall
or ashes and cinders .from Mount Vesu
vius haa ceased for tha time at leaat,
while tba flaming lava nu longer pours
from the many craters.
The air la clear and Invigorating and
tha populaoe la taking hold of the relief
work with energy and vim under the
personal . direction of - King Humbert.
The blue watera of the bay never looked
calmer or more beautiful than they are
thla morning, with only a column of
amoke ascending from tha volcano.
Order Is being vapidly restored. Tbe
government haa rushed to , the aid of
tha atrlcken dtatriot with every facility
of military organisation, Xroope are
being poured into the district and rescue
work la being earned on systematically.
Clothing and food are being hurried to
tbe sufferers . as f sat as the crippled
transportation Unas will permit. Large
ganga of men are working clearing away
the aahea from the railroad tracks and
within a few days It will be possible ta
travel. through, the country by rail.
-"The' number of bodies found la constantly-
Increasing. ' Scarcely "a hamlet
but what offers up its victims. Animals
in the atrlcken district are dying by
thousands and the etench from thou
sands of decaying carcasses Is adding te
the horror of tha condition. Fully (.000
men ara engaged In cleaving away v the
debrla in the burled districts
More than , 000 houses have bean de
etroyed - or rendered untenable.- r it - la
expected that tha dead will 'probably
reach- 1,600. At Ottajano alone more
than . 600 bodies have been extrtoated
from the rulna. . .
The detonations - of Mount ' Vesuvius
have ceased and the lava Is cooling on
all aldea. Tha maaquea and umbrellas
which have been worn here for the last
week were discarded for the first time
today. Shops ' ware ' reopened, " colors
were worn on the atreeta and the city la
resuming tta normal-life, -4
Details of narrow escapes are con
stantly coming to light, while from the
burled cities coma ghastly tales of
death and dlaaster. There is hardly a
living thing In the Vesuvius district,
birds, animals and people having de
aerted the region or lie burled under
neath the deep fall of aahea.
Chief Observer Mattuccl, who haa
ateadfaatly remained at his post in the
wrecked observatory -on Mount Veeue
vlua, telegrapha more assurances today.
He states that observations baaed upon
hla experiences lead to the belief on
hla part that the explosive period of the
eruption is over, although be is unable
td prsdlCTw1tBceTtarnty--o- aeoeunt-of
the . limited . knowledge .ox votcai
forces. All signs point, ha states, to a
continued decrease of the eruption and
a cooling of the Interior.
The scientist today ' ascended the
mountain far above the. observatory.
TO AID. SUFFERERS.
rortland Committee Appointed to aaiee
. mads foe Stricken Veople. -
e Acting upon tbe request of Mayor
Lane. Dr. Candlanl. Italian consul In this
city, today apppolnted a committee or
three local Italians to aaatst in raising
a fund for the sufferers of southern
Italy, who have been left homeleae and
helpless sufferers by the disastrous
eruption of Mount Vesuvius,
The men named upon the committee
to act in conjunction with the-mayor
and euch committees aa he may aeo fit
to name are 8. Arata. Prank Poasl and
David Penni, three well-known Italian
business men of Portland.
Dr. Candtani haa Indicted letters to
the officers of all the Italian' societies
of the Pacific coast district, and. as far
east ss tha Rockies, calling upon them
to take Immediate action and raise relief
funds wherever possible for the aid ef
their auffering countrymen. Dr. Can
dtani expects thst these letters will be
responded to promptly with large con
tributions of cash.
The committee of Italians which will
have In charge all funds raised from the
Italian people of the city -have, not at
tempted to do any collecting snryet. the
doctor states, but will start Immedi
ately so . that aid may be gotten to the
sufferers with aa little delay aa la pos
The Postal Telegraph company an
nounced today that it will accept, and
aend free any messagee relating to sub
scriptions for the benefit of the people
in southern Italy. Anyone wishing te
communicate with the headquarters la
the east to make arrangements about
a supplementary fund from Portland
will find this a material aid. Thla offer
of the Postal company does not. Jot
course. Include cables to Italy, nor can
they wire money direct, though It la
likely that the banka will take up the
Bicycle Thief Caagkt.
(Special IMsrateh te The Jeeraal.t
The Dallee, Or, April IJ. Sheriff
Word of Multnomah county arrived In
thla city last night and took to Port
land Grover Wycknun, arrested by
Marshal JIVood. Wyckman ta accused
ef stealing a blry le at Honnevll ... sell
ing It In V : t y f ar lb. Wyckman
Edwin Caswell Rescued" Just as
He Is Going Down In WIN y
lamette River For.the i J
r t 1 ;
POUNDED SENSELESS -
BEFORE DRAGGED. OUT
Crowd on Bridge Sees Drowning Boy
Struggling to Clutch His Fathee
. Until the Latter Knocks Him Out
by Blows on the Head and Tows
Him-Ashor e .-T-
. Richard Caswell, a veteran trainer at
the iportlana Rowing clubhouse on tha
east bank of tha Willamette, nearly lost
hla . Ufa yesterday In an effort to save -that
of hla son. Edwin. It yeara of age.
who waa drowning. Tha old man, aeetnc
his aon sink tha third and laat time,
dived for the - boy, who immediately
clasped him about tha neck, and a dea- ;
nerat atruggle ensued, in whtoli the
father, as a laat resort, struck (ho boy
two heavy blows on the Jaw and ran
dered him - limp. Tha father was half
dead when be at length succeeded in
dragging himself and the younger man
from the water. There waa no one new
to aid the life aaver.
"Dick' Caswell la ana of the oldest
athletlo tralnera oa tbe eoast. - He ia en- -gsged
tn training Captain Ed Olosa of
the Portland Rowing club, who la soon
to meet Alex. Pape, the Ban JYanclsco
oarsman. Tha younger Caawell la m '
caretaker at the clubhouse, and although
a fair oarsman, he haa never learned to
swim. He was stooping from a skiff at
the wharf when tha boat shot from un- '.
dor him and he dropped into the water
at & point where the depth la 19 feet and
the current is- quite swift. - The elder '
Caswell, searching for a locker key in
the clubhouse, came out upon tbe wharf"
and hla attention was attracted by ar
woman, standing on the Morrison street '
bridge and violent ljf gesticulating -toward
the water, Th old man saw
the form of bia son Just tn time. With
out an instsat's hesitation, and . fully -
clothed, he atruck the diving attitude of
the experienced: swimmer . and leaped
after the alnking man.. An aye wltneaa
aald-.. -. -, : ' - ' - - -
"He dived deep and' came under Ed
win, and had no difficulty in bringing
him to the surface, but here the trouble
reached the most critical stage- . The .
struggle that followed waa . witnessed
from tha bridge by a number of persons.
who were powerless to give help.: With,
the spasmodic strength of a drowning
person.- the younger man locked hla arms .
around his fathers neck. The old man
tried to push him away. .Both aank sev- -era!
times, then rame a desperate fight -.
on tha aurf ace. when the old man suc
ceeded In landing eeveral heavy blowy
on the Jaw of hla powerful aon. After
that it waa Just a question of the old
man'a strength holding out until be
oould reach tbe dock with hla limp bur
den. It wag a heart-breaking struggle,
but ha auceeeded." : . - ju.. -
It ia aald the young man today took
hla first lesson In swimming, and that ,
he will learn the art thoroughly, nndef
hla father's direction, before he is al
lowed to again enter a boat.
MURDER PLOT DISCOVERED
Faithful Animal Shot In Defend-
7 Injf " Master . Recognizes ;
Assailant in Friend.
. (Journal Sseeiai Servlee.i
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nariaiinuTun, xx. x., April IJ
Horace ft. Burnalde of Maryland, a little
village 10 mllea from here, was wounded
while leaving his barn on Saturday (
evening by a maa who stood In a dark
corner of the fence and discharged a
shotgun at ' him. Burnalde' e dog ran
toward the assailant, who ahot the
animal but did not kill it. When
Stephen Craft went to Burnelde's bouse
yesterday the dog. which before hsd
been alwava frtamtiv tn
frantic with rage. Thla aroused sus
picion and Craft was arrested en a
charge of having ahot Burnalde. Craft
confessed and told nf a ntnt n win ih.
entire Burnalde family.
vran aaia that Gilbert Crouse.
Charles Newberry and John Knapp
made definite and careful plana to ex
terminate the . famitm-. nmi ..
have killed Horace Burnalde and the
otners charged were to have killed
Burnelde's brother and son. Craft said
ha waa aaminul that ha ntiiM h. Italic .
out if eaught after doing hla part of tbe
joo ana wiiii the case waa pending the .
other Bumatdee would be taken care nf.
i us iore outer men nave oeea arrest ea
en Craft's charges. .
OLD UMATILLA MASONIC
LODGE TO REORGANIZE
(SnerUI Mtfatrs U tbe Jnirssl. ""'' "
Umatilla, Or.. April It The old I'nin-
ttlaa lodge, A. F. A. M.. which Is t,t
be reorganised at this place at nmv.
was. the first lodge of that order In
eastern Oregon. . It was formed In I ",
in the dare when Vmatllla Lanrl'-T i
a city of 1.I0S pevi-le. '-e ,
he lodge coutlnu. I li '
viallv dwindled v
about five ye-"