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.VOL. V. NO. 78.'
PORTLAND. OREGON: SATURDAY. EVENING. JUNE 2, . 1906. SIXTEEN .PAGES.
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TROOPS O N IT H
Between Forty - Five
land Two Hundred and
Fifty Persons Have
BeerTKilled r ifPFigKt
I -. . -Colonel Greene- Among-Thoae
; Shot Down by Mexicans and
the. Situation Is Regarded as
Very Serious American Sol-
i "wnr irr 'mm 1
f (Special Blast tee to The IdwhU
- Washington. -D. C. June 2.A
- '-- AnAii I" PtaKa A hvAHC m TSI
. fibviei vs uvvi i ii Uivii j
that oionel Green was killed at
- Caiianea last night.- Governor Yzabel
ii nn the. -scene with Mexican trooDS
idei.-. It is believed that about OU
Americans' have thus far ' been killed
and' severak times that number of
Mexicans. ' The American consul has
sent out a call for aid which is in the
hands of the state department , Four
hundred .armed men from - Arizona
have formed into a' battalion .for the
purpose -or'rescninj the Americans.
They left Bisbee last'nicht to join the
ioJdiers-undr the governor-of Soaora
who is ea roate from riermosiUo.' r?.
-, -' Majors Wattfv in 'command f the
- f United States troops at Bisbee,' re-
porti to. the wat department that lie
started troops toward 'the .Mexican
, border to aid the Americans who
have been attacked by Mexican strik
ers at Canaaea, Mexico, and requests
that further instructions be forward
ed him as soon as possible. Varying
reports have been received concerning-
the number of Americans killed
snd one of these is"to the effect that
50 persons have been shot, including
members of the Mexican police
"i v. Situation. Serious, ' ''
The situation is1 serious. Mexico' is
X putting forward . every effott,: to r re
lease the foreigners. v
.J Cananca, Mexico, Is 40 miles south
1 of Naco, Arizona. ' J-orty-five. Amer
icans and 'Mexicans' were smong die
killed yesterdayr -according' to last
night's ,reporta, by' striking Mexicans
at the 'great copper mining camp of
Colonel VV. C Greene. , -
' The strikers used dynamite on the
bousesT'Cf the company. The settle
ment was set afire by ' the reckless
Mexkana,. who-raratdfyingrthr f u-
thorities. , , .i
Pemand was made hy the miners
for an increase from $3.50 to $5 a day.
Colonel Greene addressed them in an
effort to induce reasonable" considera
tion of their claims and possible ad
justment of the difficulty, but with--
out avail .Their attitude is said to be
t entirely unreasoning and at 5 o'clock
they. began iiringon the. Americana,
tnanv. of whom were Killed. Colonel
Greene at once wired to Bisbee for
r armed protection. . 0
: Was Department Halted.
- The war deoartmentJi4s sent a
message to Fort Huachuaca ordering
the recall to the border of any Amer
ican soldiers -that may have proceeded
Into Mexican territory. Secretary
Root believing the United States can
not send troops into Mexico. The
government. has. requested the Mex
ican government to authorize. the use
of the . American troops in quelling
the riots.' Mexico is asked to protect
Americsn citizens. ; , .
Consul-General Galbraith sent the
following to the state department
under date of-itaco, Arizona: ."Send
aaistance immediately, to Cananea.
- American citizens are being murdered
. . i A
and property uynamucu, wi must
have help." ''
; A second dispatch reads: "It is im
perative that assistance be rendered
American citizens." - Copies Of the
Galbraith messages have been aent to
Ambassador Thompson at Mexico
City in .connection with instructions
to .him. ir - ' ' y ..-..i..y
ARMED MEN TO RESCUE. .
-Xasiw Party -wadea OaptaU Byaahtf
Joiaa swmi : ftaael.T5""",
(Joanul Special Servtee.)
Dnuglas. Aria, June t. Governor
Tsabal of Sonora arrived at Naco at
f :3a this morning and gave orders per
' mitttng the armed Americana to accom
pany him to Cananea. TJnder Captain
Tom Bynnlng 4t men left an a special
with Tsabel. v - .
STATE ISSUES WARNING ;
- AGAINST SETTING FIRES
(Seesfal Btapetce to Tsa JoantaLI
,w Baletn. Or., June I. Secretary f
State Dunbar' Is sending out notices
, containing the laws against setting
fires In the timber sections f Oregon.
The notices will be posted throughout
the timber dlstriqts,. - --
' . ' .. . :' ,'
- : - .
New VTork, Jan . Si
Oould ot New York Is a pUMitfarj oa
board the Deutschraftd boVfnd for- ParlJ.
She laotkedfar paaaar,' from Kew
Terk, but her name is not-placed en tbt
saUins:rUstl So 'secretly , were the ar
ranaements made for the ailing' there
waa not a.. pagensr'ari' the! DeutschUnd
who.knew.of iiUs Qoulol'spresence unr
til' noon-' today, when 'the ship wu 100
miles from . New Tork. Mlis Oould Is
ont her 'way to Paris , to meet and brlnf
back .to,. America bers sister, Anna,
Counttse -de' Caatellana. whosa divorce
troubles haye. interested, tut fashionable
eta of two eontlnrnla. - '- - i.
Count-BonI de Caatellane. who la In
Parla, to ahowlnajtlmaelf extremely ob-
Construction on Two
land and Salem Will
--,-11 ;'3f;S0ift!pi? xfc'mmK
I I fi('tv.li,iii,ftii!''':' i I I -
Within IB days constructive of two
interurban eleotHo railroads -between
Portland and Salem will be under way
With ail the energy of two strong com
panles, . well equipped and . directed by
men thoroughly experienced In eleotrlo
railway , construction. The roads will
follow different -routes, entirely Inde
pendent of each other and relying upon
local business developed. . They will tap
districts ranking among the richest sec
tions In Oregon. . .
Following a settlement of. the long
drawn franchise controversy over
Front street, the Interested companies
are today able to figure out definite
programs snd plan for Immediate work.
J. Whyte Evans, president of the United
Railways company. General Manager
WV- D. Larrabea-aiMj - M. H. French,
president of the Los Angeles Construc
tion company, have been In conference
today on the situation, and are well
satisfied with the outcome. Mr. Evans
said: - '- '-
, ' Beady to Oa Ahead. ' '. '. ' '
' rWhlle It has seemed at times that
the United -Railways company was im
patient -over the delays, we are glad
that we -have not given up -the project,
and we are now ready to go ahead with
all possible speed under the terms of
the franchise. Ae soon as the fran
chise -become effective, we will bogin
construction . work- Tha survey s have
E B ORDER
TO MEET .. :
COUNTESS DE CASTELLANE
GouM,lVlio Is r'a;el.j It lieet iltt: stv 'V-','. !
fiM'-XeasMU. ;'-r"'. j''atfna4'e:f W 'appes,tbi hlswtfe's
k--Mls rHelen-14 aultufor. divorce' will t'. fought' to- a
rfntatr. ' Rtthartn ih 'Mutitl uiamiM In.
dined 6' accent, the JnevltiOiI. but he
has 'suddenly ; become exactlnk.'i The
main point of contention-, la the cus
tody of the children. " Counte-Anna
demands sole control of them and their
education, while permitting, the count
(o visit them whUe ' tbay .In. Paris.
The amount of alimony 'aiao remains
unsettled,' though on this point the
eountesn Is dlapoaed -to- b aenerous.
t The count la obstinately fighting for
control of the cblldrea .and .this may be
connected with his Idea of . scouring
wore advantageous finandlal term a Sev
eral .persons who are Intimate with the
eouat and countess say- - that the
count la acting with customary fqlly.
Roads Between Port
:C6mmerice!Within v :
. .. . - ; v - . -been
run and the stakes win be driven
the moment the franchise becomes a
reality. The city will have its bond for
1100,000, at tha eame time, that the
road will be built to Salem. If the
United Railways company cannot do
business In Portland In harmony with
the Ideas of the people snd with exist
ing corporate Interests here, we do not
want todo .business.. Wt have... come
here to enter upon business projects
which' we hope will. In time, become
profitable. At the present time there
Is only expenditure and no profit. , .
"As to the beginning of construction
of the railroad, work will begin imme
diately on approval of the franchise.
We have agreed to the -proposition that
the elty shall have a separate contract
clearly -defining the-elty's right, - as - tl
already exists In our franchise, to boy
the Front street section of the road
alone at any time and make It a mu
nicipal track. As we have understood
it, this provision has existed In the
franchise from the start, and therefore
we nave no objection to making It as
explicit as possible, so long; as It does
not Impose further delsy to our plana."
' Chambers Beturms to Cite. .
Frank R. Chambers of the Willam
ette Valley Traction company, returned
this morning from New York, where he
.Continued cu Page Three.)
fryilS 8UNDAT JOURNAL' covers a wide range of Interest this week. As
I ' many people ere talkjag politics, two of the. features are of a political
- A character.. Every one ef the s 1,000 voters tn Oregon and every woman
; in Oregon will be interested la the beautifully illustrated - story of
..the. Sixty Tears' Crusade for Equal , Suffrage, snd What it Has Accomplished.
":A Day in the Life ef a Candidate gives aa idea of how Governor Chamberlain
eonduoted the campaign that ends 'tonight. O. Henry .contributes a eapltal
short story;' there are the latest fashions and health and , beauty : hints, for
j women) the Splendid etory ef the workers; en article in colors about insects
'eating plants, and much timely and Interesting miscellany. ,-
''Then there la a page of pretty babtea from Oregon' and Wajhington-7-com-;
pet Mors In The Sunday Journal's great contest. ' The "Funnies ere funnier'
ever, endV Include the edventurea of
: Maud. Lulu and Lrender, and Batch. These
muftUon to The Sunday Journal, which is
ing by; theEast Side
He Tells His Audience That the
Office of State Land Agent Is
Superfluous and Expresses His
ship of Public Utilities.
James WlthyoOmbe. Renubllean can
didate for governor, was alven an en-
tnusiasuo reception last evening by
East Portland Republicans. BuriChard's
ball was Jllled, but many -who attended
were disappointed because they got only
about Ave mliiuteayof air. Wlthycombe
and'more t)an an hour of T. T. Geer. -
- City Treasurer H, W erl eld .acted aS
chairman. . Robert G. Morrow- tha flrsU
woman s suffrage, after which ha urgef
tha claims J1 Judge Robert Bakln. oan-
tUdata. feW preuis yudga, and ' Alf rud
eri Jr-fnndidaU feu; circuit Judge.
"14. U I'tMwmu, an operatla singer
gave a-aeloctlon, beginning "Oh,, gather
around any bandit band, ; and. , won 5 a
well-deserved epeore. . Chairman Wei
leln, uk a few laudatory. words, Intro
duced the candidate for governor, f t
Wtthyoemse Speaks. ' ' ' '
After av vigorous outburst of '. ap
plause bad subsided sir. Wlthyoombt
eaid. In part: . 't J
- "I deeply appreciate the distinction
you have accorded me by giving me
such a greeting.. I am not worthy of It
but I am glad to speaks to a. Portland
audience. I oongratuiate you on build
ing up here . a splendid city. . Many
years . aero I predicted that Portland
soma day would be the largest elty on
me tcino coast.
"We - have . wonderful r aurroundlnga
The scenery, .the climate, vthe beauty
around us, cannot help but inspire the
Oregontans to nobler' thoughts,. and we
are going to be a prosperous state . and
a strong people. The Willamette valley
alone can support 1,000.000 people.
We must rise above partisanship and
raise statesmen in this stat t look
after the interests of the state. , When
I started out on this campaign I de
termined not to resort to personalities.
I have .made a clean campaign,, and If
I .win next . Monday I will give you a
clean, honorable, business, administra
tion. ' .-. ,':',, ' v
"We are clthtens of the greatest na
tion In the world. America la the bea
con, light ef the civilised world, and I
want to assure you that mis is largely
doe- e- Republican poUeles. . -
.7 That land Of flee Matter. -"I
want to speak ef a matter In re-
sard to which I have been badly mis
quoted. I have said that the office of
land agent should be tbolisneo. 1 ravor
this because I have found two men at
Salem doing one man'e work. I think
the clerk of the land office can do that
work. I know he ean, for have in
veetla-ated the matter. As to the state.
ment that the land thieves share my
views I want to say that If I am elected
I will be aa much of a terror to land
thieves sr many In the state of Oregon.
I have stated that with raw ex
eeptlons I do not believe in public own
ersblB of publlo utilities. Neither do
t !... v k.ll.v. In MnrnmMl renila.
WWV A m - - -
flon and government control of publlo
"1 hone that on the morning or June
t the wires will convey the Intelligence
to that great man not great aa Wash
ington was, hut great for coming out
against corporate gre nat uregon
has given the wnoie tiepuDiioan ucaet
tha ' areatest majority In its history.
Then that man's heart will throb with
Joy Theodore Rooeevelt" v ; -
. Applause Zs XdberaL-
The speech, of Mr. Wlthycombe was
liberally applauded. -At Its close, Mrs.
Fred U Olson sang two solos that de
lighted the crowd. - Robert 1- Stevens,
candidate for sheriff, was then - intro
duced. He declared that If elected he
would do his -duty, and auded: i am
(Continued on Page Three.)
Happy Hooligan, the talented mule . A
alone are worth the price of ad
better than ever. "
A f- '
i&tiwix"' IVb'e tbe
: - -r :":'. '' ' - - ' ', ' T' v ' v , ..:'- . J
Democrats and Republicans I U hitryfinf Giving
Albina' accorded ' Governor : Chamber-!
lain a flattering reception laetnignc
Though the fact that Chamberlain would
be there ' had not been widely adver
tised, there . was . standing room only
when tha oemor- stepped -upon:- tha
platform of Gomes hall. He was- greeted
by prolonged cheering b? Democrats and
Republicans alike and when, during hla
address, he declared that hie Republican
friends had Droved as loyal as - nia
Demoeratlo friends a large man in . the
rear of the hall cried: -.--r .-
TTou betl and I'm one of tnem v
Then there was more applause, of the
sort which-starts the enthusiasm ooa-
Ing out of the finger-tips.- -
cefsranr Oa Frugram.
The" : brosram had- been previously
arranged . for the congressional, legis
lative and county ' candldatee, but on
account of the floods Interfering -with
the train service In eastern Oregon, tne
governor waa unable to fill his date In
Pendleton. He was therefore added to
the . nrogram of the Albina - meeting.
Governor Chamberlain was the last
speaker of sn extended program of
short talks. Interspersed, by songs from
th mala auartet -
The state's chief executive spoke for
half-an-- trour-along--the 'lines -covered
by his address at the meeting of the
previous night at the umpire tneatre
on - the west side The apeech wss
wholly free from partisanship and aouse
of any kind. . It was devoted largely
to a- review ' ot the governor s four
years In office Snd the many , things
which he bad accomplished during that
term. - It was dearly proved to the
satisfaction of the audience that ' the
promises made ss a candidate had been
fulfilled as an office-holder. . , ;
. Adams the Flies Speaker.
The meeting waa called to order by
Chairman J.-W. Farmer. J, C. Adams,
candidate for justice of the peace of
East Portland, was the first speaker.
"We come to you with clean hands,"
said Mr. Adams. "We are proud of
our record f the past in this state, of
our office-holders, all of them We are
proud of -our governor and our sheriff,
and prpud that they are before you
again aeklng for your suffrage."
At. tbev mention J?f.tho Demoeratlo
sheriff the speaker" was interrupted by
a demonstration. Whenever the name
of Tom Word was mentioned from the
platform It was a signal for the clap
ping of hands and the stamping of feet
Continuing, Mr. Adams referred to
a atatement published In aa brgaa ' ef
the opposition to the effect that two I
ticket-are not in favor ef statement
No.- t. ...... ,
Therefore.", said he. "if you want
United Statee senators of your ewa
choice you must elect Democratic, leg
Oglesby Toanf Twlke.
Oglesby Toung, candidate for circuit
Judge, next took the rostrum.- He intro
duced himself by stating that the pres.
ent one was his first offense In running
for office. 'He had been on the legisla
tive ticket before, but had never really
LLpVr- r':ri Ara Actively CanV
to State's . Chief
Gomez ' Hall:
run. Now hewae running,' and so fast
that he believed he tiad a good ehanoe
of election, Mr. Toung modestly dis
claimed any especial fitness for the of
fice to which he aspired, above that of
any" good average la wymvHt-weuld
promise, however, to administer the of
fice, in a non-partisan way. -
- - Frangls 'Clarno,"' candidate for' state
senator, seconded the statement of Ad
am, that th ' Democrats are proud of
their elected officers, all the way down
from governor to sheriff, to tha dis
trict, attorney .and mayor. He also an
nounced himself as proud of the state,
ir was some-day -to be the "greatest in
the union. ".Some-day the people-would
wake unita find a million' population:
Then 1 they would not- wish to find that
they -had -also officers with the shadow
of crime upon -them. Mr. Clarno out
lined the -platform ' of the Democratle
party -in? this campaign, showing the
party's - ehampkmehlp of - the eemmoa
people in every. plank. . .. .
John Van Zante, candidate for county
Judge, told his hearers that he firmly
expected to be elected. .
Oa Bemittsjeoe of Tazea. . ;
'"If I am," said be. "I promise yoa
that - there -will be - no -cancellation . ot
taxes - of corporations as - there have
been In the past."
The speaker then referred to a tax ot
nearly (1,000 due from the Wells Fargo
(Continued en Page Five.)
, Pat this card In yonr
pocket until yon vote.
THEN VOTE FOR THESE
tha L' ; or Dealera'
'-.- t V"
Liquor Dealers Furnish
Proof of Interest in
Candidacy of Robert
Distribute Card Advising Follow
ers to Support Their Favorite,
to Vote No on Woman's SirtV
f rage, . Yes on Local ; Option
Because refused .
tha .Karquasa Oread theatre tha Txww
ells Kan's Torn Word aluh win hold
atr. oa Seventh street Between
Moxrlaoa ana Aides. Tha saeatfna; wfU
If- ttt l-ffs rf a sisninsa ea thhi aiiniiaus
and aone of the previously advertiae4'
featuseer wO ha allminated. The bead
will pUy. tha aartst wlU Blaa; aad the)
aavartlaea Speakers wUl
crowd from a earrlagw est tha 1
The "red ticket" men "are lining nrf .
their ;foroea for Robert I. Stevens for ,
sheriff, and are using every means In
their power to defeat Tom Word, Evi
dence of this la furnished by the dls
trtbutloa or a card advising the voter
who receives it to east his ballot for
Stevena, te support the . local option
' amendment." to oppoaa- woman, suffrage
and to vote for saloons la tha Multno
mah county districts la which looal op
tion has been Invoked at this election.
That this card comes - from the Uquoe
dealers there ean be no doubt. Tha pol
icy Is the same ss that employed at the
city primaries last year, when the sa
loon element got out a red ticket In be
half of Its favorite candidates toY tha
municipal council. , . . .
Thin year's printed advice from tha
liquor dealer reads as follows: , "Put
thier card In your pocket until you rote. '
Then vote for' these numbers on tha
ballot: 110, 0t, 104, Sit."
That ia all. No names or measure
are mentioned, but It la well to know tha
following facta: . .. ,, . s.
120 la the ballot number of Robert Li -Stevens.
101 Is "No oh woman . suffrage. .-
104 la "Tee" on the liqour dealera
amendment to the local option law. -
S2I Is -No". In every district whera
voters are to decide the question: "Shall '
the saloons be closed T"
The little card la being Industriously
circulated, but there Is no lack of evU..
enee-that-rt-ts-golngr to prove a boom
erang. Sheriff Word Is gaining votes
every day. The attempt to Inject par-. '
tlsanahlp into the fight has proved m
failure, and his election is assured.
Straw votes. taken en the east aide dur
ing; the past week give a fair idea, oe
the etrength: of -Sheriff Word amonsj '
Republicans. - Only Republicans were)
ssked to- express their preference, and
thia wae the result:
Central East Side Thirty Jvetarej
polhd,W0rd IT, Stevens . r: ?
. Sellwood and vicinity Twenty voter
polled. Word II. Stevena 7.
University Park and Tictnlty KInei
teen voters polled. Word 11, Stevens t.
South Mount Tabor and victnity
Twenty votera polled; Word It, Steve
ens (. ' -,
Totat l Republican votera polled!
Word tl. Stevena It. - ,
In nearly every Instance the votes
polled explained hla reason tor not sup
porting Stevens by saying: "Word has
made good. He hae enforced the laws.''
-On election day these Republicans wilt
express by their ballots their opinion of
the "red ticket" methods employed by
the liquor dealers in their desperate
attempt to defeat a faithful official.
BRITISrf PRESS URGES - -.
. AN INDUSTRIAL WAR
(Jouraal Spertal Berrlee 4 ' A .
London. Juno I. The British press fa
devoting much space to the revelations
tn the American meet packers' easea.
Appeals are made to enpport homo In
dustrv. and to aton tha sal a
canned goods. Orders for large eonslgn-
mviiiB 01 juuBTican canned meats have
been either cancelled or reduoed. The
Timee made a bitter attack an tha .
kee "meat bosses." .
MAYOR DUlUNE ASKS ,
- (JobtssI. Special Urn th:) v
Chlcsgo, June I. Mayor Ihinne today
telegraphed to Secretary Wilson of the
agricultural department, urging th ap
pointment of a commission of patholo
gists and sanitary expert to invealgnta
tha stockyards and packing-houses ant
report what safety measures should ki
expect repc.-:t r