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VOL. V. NO. 78.
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SCHOONER VOLUNTEER LOST
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Craft Lies on; Rock Off Bodega Bay . Breaking
to Pieces Two of Captain's1 Children i
Drowned Crew May Not Be Saved
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(Joornal BpMlal 8rl.
.' fan Franclaco. June 6. Caught in the
1 terrific 'quelle that have been aeeeplng
r-the coast the past few days, the'schoon
, er . Volunteer, bound north. Ilea on a
ruck off Bodega bar pounding to piece
1 n e heavy ewell. Two of the captain's
t rhildren, were .ewept overboard .by a
huge comber that boarded the vesnel
j end the condition 'of the sea made lm
)oii8ible any attempt1 to seve them.
They .were carried away In the grasp of
a seething- breaker In plain eight of
some of the crew, who endeavored ' to
escort them to a place of safety.
The scene of the stranding is a few
TRIAL OF EMMA LEDOUX
- BEGINS AT ST
Womin Accused ' of ; Murdering
Albert N. McVicar Object ; ?
of Intense interest. ' '
tJoeraal Special Kervlee.)
f Ptovkton. CmI., June 5.--The trial of
'Kmma ldou'x for the murder of Albert
N. McVicar In this rlty on the morning
of Muroh 2 Jaatt was begun' this morn
"fng. The 'courtroom . e.ni corridors are
crowded with spectators, women pre
dominating. -More 'Interest Is-shown In the ease
MrVloknr and Mrs. Idoux. came to the
CifllferiitH liiMipe ii
fwlfo on March 23.
RING OF TRICKSTERS
MAKE GAMING TOOLS
FOR ARMY AND NAVY
wo, .. Uosnal Special BrTle.) ' . . 1.
Chicago, June B. Dlclosures of con
ditions which so serlouFly threatened
the dl"c'1plln of the United States tony
and navy that the aAjretarles of the
two departments, and oven President
Roosevelt himself, were celled upon to
aid In their suppression, wr made In
the, Harrison street police oourt, when
4 defers snd mantirsrtorera of alleged
i-rooked " gambling -dovlora were ' ar
arralgned. It I fhaigd that coterie
of ClilregV men havi1 hcn rngagntl In
making ' and selling these devices and
REPORT THE D2ST RESULTS
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miles to the north of the entrance to
the Golden Gate and . a short distance
south of stormy Point Reyes. The post
tlon Is' a dangerous one, and It Is be.
ileved that the Volunteer will prove a
total loss. - Assistance haa been sent
from here, but It ia feared that the
wreck may break to pieces before the
crew can be taken, off.
The Volunteer is a. welt-known coast
er. having plied out . efhia. port for
many years. . She wa.a built at Hoqulam,
Washington, in- 1887, and Is owned by
A. M. ttlmpson, this being her home
port, ' Bhe register S43 tons net, and
her dimensions' are: " length, US feet;
beam, IM feet; depth of hold. 1Z feet.
BEQUEATHS BIG SUM
TO CITY OF- DETROIT
(Joaraal Rpectat SerTlee.) "
-Detroit, Juno, i. The will of Jamea
B. Sciipp,1 which has been filed, pro
vides for holding the bulk of the es
tate la trust.' The homestead is left
to the widow.- ' Employes were remem
bered by gifts. $60,000 waa bequeathed
to the city, ' ;'
CORONATION GIFT FOR
-NORWAY'S NEW QUEEN
'. fJoanwl SpeeUI Servlct.)
London, June B. On the Initiative of
Lord Mayor Vauglian Morgan a "public
subsriiption has beew opened for .a na
tional coronation gift to the queen of
Norway, " who was Princess - Maud,
ugiitec ofKlng, F.dward Thexorona
tlon or . King llaflkort and - the : queen
takes place 'ae Trondhjem two pfeeka
had formed a "(rust" and had for years
robbed, swindled snd corrupted the srmy
and navy enlisted men-through loaded
dire.' holdouts, magnetised" rouletts
Wheels and other, crooked gambling ap
.Besides, the 'corruption ofhe array,
these companies are said to have aimed
a blow at the' foundation of the nation
by offering through mall orders. a plan
for cents of loaded dice to be sold to
schoolboys provided they sent the ums
of thoee likely . tobe- gamb.kere among
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PORTLAND, ; OREGON, TUESD AX. ' EVENING, JUNE ; 5,
Jonathan Bourne Chosen United States
Senator U)hgTem FredW.
for Sft off Term-Withycombe Runs
Word Leads mC6
LAmendm ents Losi Republican Legs
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-United States Senator -c'Boume
6,680, Geaxin , 5,717; J. majority zltot
Bourn 963. '. ' . : .'-!..
Oovernor Chamberlain , 6,832,
Whhycombe 6S3 miiioritjri for
Chamberlain 479. ; " " ' ' ' '
- Sheriff Stevena 700, Word 7,332;
majority for Word 132. - ' ' '
Local Option Amendment Yes
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Woman's Suffrage Yes 3354, no
6,499; majority against 3,145. r.' u . ; '
.Governor George, E.'-, Chamberlain
hat been reelected- by a majority in
excess of 2.000: Of the 33 counties in
thttatelh?hascarried 22,' and his
pluralities over James Withycombe
range from 600 in Multnomah, and 500
in Baker to. 10 in .Morrow county.
Everywhere the governor was given
Republican support, and no other can
didate on the-Democratic ticket came
anywhctejsearis jotal of votes.'He
carried such counties aTTJIatsop alld
conceded to Withycombe. - A careful
estimate-of pluralities based, on re
turns from all parts of the state gives
him a lead of 2,210. ,Ili election is
certain as later returns will increase
rather than diminish this lead.
- The race for sheriff is xne of the
closest political contests that Mult-nomah-conntyiiaa.
Tom Word took the lead about 10
o'clock this morning, and is still hold
ing it. The margin' is narrow, but he
is almost sure to retain his advantage,
as .he gains slowly as the late 're
turns come in. Stevens proved the
stronger on me wen side, parucuiar
ly in the north end, but this has been
offset by Word's majorities , in the
east side and country precincts.- With
only a few thousand votes to tabulate
all indications point to the election of
Word, although his majority' may not
be more than ISO.
The woman's suffrage amendment
has been defeated. , Most of the out
side counties have gone against it
mah county i 3,l4Son a tabulation of
a little more than two thirds of the
total vote, ... ' ; . .
Another proposed measure that has
gone down to defeat is the, amend
ment by which the liquor ' dealers
sought to put .a jug handle on the
local option law. Multnomah gave
a majority of 1,210 against in a count
of 12,000 votes, which indicates a pre
ponderance of about 1,600 negatives
whenalt-the return are in. This
amendment fared 'little better in the
rest of the state and ' is no doubt
beaten by a large majority, ,
United States . Senator Gearln has
made a splendid showing, getting many
popular Indorsement .has gone -to Jonathan-"
Bourne.- The- RepuM lean have
elected both their congressional candi
dates, Kills by at large majority in the
second district, and Hawley by a greatly
reduced party ore tn thr flret- Gallo
way, the opponent of Hawley, carried
Tamhtll county by a nice majority, but
Clackamas and other counties on which
he relied failed him.
The entire Republican state ticket
with the exception of Withycombe hss
I been elected by a large majority. In
aome precincts Benson, me ttepuDiican
Kcandldate for . secretary of state, got
ljtwo votaa to Wlthycombe's one.
The else of Jonathan Bournes vote
was one of the surprises of the election.
He was cut extensively by Republicans,
but the defection was not 'nearly so
strong as was" Mpected. Bourne pre
dicted yesterday afternoon that the at
tack on him because of hie former free
silver views would gain him the votee
of at least 10 per cent of the Demo
crats. It Is not known that this hap
pened, hut (he fact remains that Bourne
has a good majority over Oearln nnt
only Is U stale, but lu. Multnomah
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Governor (Tote by rinralltles)
-:-, - Chamber Wlthy-
-- ' . lain. combe.
Benton .... . v .
Clatson ...... 7
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Columbia ." " .:. I . ; . . . . .
Coos . .-j". ... ' . :
Curry .'.. 50;
Crook c ".-. i . .v.-.-rrfi'iT'-16()
Doaglaa i i i ifiii i 100
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Josephine V -. ;
Klamath - .
Lake . ,
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Linn . . ......
Malheur .. 80-
Marton 100 -
Morrow. . . . . til. 1 0
Multnomah . . 8 oo. . -
Polk . ......... 100
Sherman. ....,,..., .'.
umatiiia v '. 100 '
Union. 100 .
Wallowa . .,..100
VVaaco .' . 1 ........... . 100
Washington .v. ... . ... '
Wheeler v. yriVrr.-; rr.
' Chamberlain's plurality, 3,210. -
Willis C. Hawley..
eenntr, where Gearln haa. a. iost ..of
Ail Republican candidates In the county
except Stevens are elected by big ma
jorities. The Republican legislative
ticket has won by a vote averaging
three to ope. Isaae Swett and William
Horan ran away ahead of their col
leagues on the Democratic ticket, but
neither came within gunshot of election.
Chamberlain Sweep State.
"George K. Chamberlain has been re
elected governor of Oregon by a plu
rality of from 2,000 -to B.000."-"said
Chairman Sweek of -the; Democratic
state committee at 10:10 o'clock this
morning. - Reports from - all counties
received bo far have exceeded our esti
"Some counties which we had conceded
to Withycombe have gjme for Cham be r-
'-'-I --! 'T ",t-"' "' elfhef rf-
duced the, Republlonn majority or car
ried the county by a heavier vote than
we expected. It has been a day ofsur
prlaes to us. and all the surprises were
of the plessant kind.""
Returns ret'stved-by-Chalrman Sweek
after he had snatched a few hours' Bleep
between S and S o'clock this morning
showed thst Clatsop county, the home
of Senator Fulton, had gone for Cham
berlain by 160. "The county gave Fur.
nlah a majority of 21 four years ago
and was conceded to the Republicans
this year. Withycombe claimed It by
t-'A report, from Ontario stated that
Mal'iieur was going for Chamberlain.
. Withycombe " carried Washington
county, where he hn a fine farm, by 100.
The county had been conceded to him
by 40d . .
Chamberlain is 250 ahea In Lane.
This county was conceded to Withy
combe by 300. , t-, (" " j
; wtthyeosibe Oaxriea Bentoa.
Withyennibe cewi Henton by, 250.
tli vote by wM'h' the Omucrata had
conceded the eountjr to hi
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.1906. FOURTEEN PAGES.
The snooeesfnl eaadMatea em' State
tiekett ' . Z -
Valted - States Senator ' Je than
Bourne Jr., ep.. .,....-' i.
United states Senator (to fill vao
aey) r." w. Mnlkey, Sep.
Oovernor - Qeorge X. OhambarlaXn,
Supreme Jndge Bobart Xakin, Bep.
. Treasnrer-r-tjeorge A." Steel,
, Superintendent of PxtbUe Znstmotloa.
J. X. ekecmaa, Bep.
- Attoraey-Oeseral aV.
Bep. . :-. ' ... V- J;:
State Frintex WHlls Donlway, Bep.
' - Commissioner of xabo O. a. Xoff,
ep., ... V .
Congressman, Tlrst District W. O.
Xawley, Kep. .
- Oongreseman,- Seeond Diatrlet W. BV
Bills. . - '.
Reports from Baker stated that Cham'
bnrlaln carried the county by about (00
or 700. His majority in the county four
years ago was ill.'
Linn has gone for Chamberlain - by
more than 400. Chairman Sweek esti
mated the governor's .plurality in that
county at 400,, .... ; J
Tamhlll'is for Chamberlain by 260,
and- Douglas 'county ' is Tunning strong
for the governor. :
. Grant has- given Chamberlain a plu
rality of 160. ."c- "
. ChaaberkUa Oarriea Mhurtetv '
Advices from Marion are that . the
county will give Chamberlain from 100
to 600. It waa expected that Withy
combe would carry this eounty.
Chamberlain's "Plurality In Union will
be from (00 to TOO. The estimate was
100. He-carried-the cnuaty four- years
ago by 700.
F. A, Seufert telegraphed from The
Dalles that Waaco has gone for Cham
berlain by 260 at least. Both the Hood
River precincts, the strongest Repub
lican and Prohibition precincts in . the
county, went for the governor. -
were received from Umatilla.
Multnomah, Chairman Sweek says,
will give Chamberlain from 000 to 1,000
plurality. An even break was expected
here, and it waa upon the even division
of the vote of this county that the ante
election estimate of a plurality of from
2,000 to 4.800 for Chamberlain waa made.
Among the Democratic eandldatea
Who met defc-at was James Harvey Gra
ham, but he haa come out of the earn,
PlgarwKh a host of warm friends and
admirers?- Graham was' an enthusiastic
supporter 1 of Governor Chamberlain,
and subordinated his own fight to that
of the chief executive. Some evidence
of Graham's work can be seen in the
returns from Baker county, his home,
which gave Chamberlain 600 majority,
ON VISIT TO VIENNA
- (Journal Bpoll flervtr. ..
Vienna, June 6. Emperor William, ac
companied, by a numerous suite, .arrived
today on a visit to Emperor Francis
Joseph. - There was no ceremonious entry
Into' Vienna, the German emperor leaving
his train -outside the capital and pro
ceeding at once to Schoenbrenn castle,
where he breakfasted with the Austrian
Imperial family. The belief that the
meeting of the two ruler possesses po
litical meaning Is heightened by the
amiuuuuiiiKnr thstithe 'si wilt last km
two days and by the. further fact that
several- high officials of the German for
eign office are Included In the! kaiser's
suite.., . i t
RAILROAD OFFICIAL : -
ADMITS MINE INTERESTS
(.Tonrnal Special Berries.)
New York. June 6. Vice-President
Rosaltcr of the New Tork Central rail
road admitted that the company owned
stock and bonds in the soft eoaj mines,
before the Interstate ewmmerce.Jiearlng
this morning.,' . : . ,
DEMANDS EXCLUSION OF
MINISTERS FROM DOUMA
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' (Journal Special Serrtxej
St. Petersburg, June 6. Deputy On tp
kns hss demanded that the rtounia pass
4 .resolution prnhlh'tlim;-the minuter
(rom appearing In the assembly ball,
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r frage and Local Option Lose
(Special Dispatch te The JoaraaL)
. Oregon , City, June ' 6. Complete re.
turns from 24 out of 2 precincts give
Bourne 1,424, Gearln 1,248, Galloway
1.111, Hawley i,41S, Benson 1.680. Sroat
761, Steel 1.(41. MaUock (OS," Sakln
1,441, Halley: 770, Crawford -1.443,-Miller
188, Donlway 1,641, Taylor (94
. Bailey for Joint senator has 1,6 and
Flegel 772. Campbell for Joint represen
tative has 1.612 and Nelson haa 744
State Senator George C. Brownell Is
beaten by prohably-BOO-vetea by Joseph'
E. Hedges, Democrat. , Brownell has
1,214 and Hedgea 1.834. '
f The vote-on-short ft, la very close.
with Indications pointing to the.election
of Maddock, Republican, over' Beetle,
SLOW RETURNS BUT
. (gperUl Dispatch to The Journal.)
. Heppner, Or., June 5. The four pre
cincts of thla city show the following
vote: Chamberlain 232, Withycombe 191,
Bourne 228, Gearln US; woman suffrage,
for 106, against 121 ; prohibition, for 145.
against 223. Outside precincts very
slowly coming ln. .
.AT KLAMATH FALLS
(pedal Diapateh to Tits Journal.)
Klamath Falls. Or.; June 6. Complete
returns from four and partial from one
precinct give Mulkey 1(1; Bourne, 94;
Gearln. 121; Chamberlain, 134; Withy
combe, 99. ,
THE CITY OF EUGENE
(Special Dtopatrh to The JovrasL)
Eugene, Or., June 6. Fifteen pre
cincts, two. of Eugene not completed,
give Chamberlain 840. Withycombe 139,
Gearln 729. Bourne 774, .
BIG VOTE RECORDED
FOR THE DEMOCRATS
(Special Dlapatrh to Tie Journal.)
' Baker City, Or., June 5. Returns from
12 precincts, and partial returns from
12 others: Chamberlain 908, Withycombe
192, Gearln 73, Bourne. 677.
GIANT STRUGGLES TO
AVOID A SEA TRIP BUT
TARS OVERPOWER HIM
(Jnorasl Special Service. ) .
London, June 6. The Russian giant,
Machnow. feet 2 Inches tall, who was
engaged for exhibition purposes) in New
York, after a long showing here, balkcl
t the laet moment, owing te an uncon
querable aversion to the ses. He had
taken a train to 1ircr to emtmrk nn
the a tea in er Pretoria, tint on arriving
.rtiere rfusd t' leave the rnllwuv
Ills wife added bentars and entreaties
Clackamas and a Demo-
Democrat. Maddock . leads by about
votes. ' i .
- Latourette Is probably elected clerk
over Greenman, Republican, by 60 vtev
Equal suffrage Is lost in Claxamae
I eounty by atout- ISO-votes. With 10 yre---
clncts to hear from the wte is:-
For equal suffrage 739. against 25.
The looal option amendment haa been .
defeated here by probably 400 votea . Tha
vote for 'the. amendment ' la .611 and
agalnat 863. The $1,060,000 appropria
tion bill la, defeated by about 60 votes,
with (27 votes for the bill. and(l.
It ia probable that the effort to es
tablish a county high school wilt be
successful, though the jrote la in doubt,
Twenty precincts give the proposition .
(17. with -687 votes against It. , ,
BOURNE LEADS GEARIN '
BYQNE.AT MONMOUTH 1
(Special Daipatea to The InruU .
Monmouth. Or., Juno , 6. Monmouth,
precincts give the following returns:
Chamberlain, 93; . Withycombe, 109:
Bourne. 86; Gearln. 14; Psgetl 11;
Simole, I; Gould, 87; .Mulkey,' 122:
Stephens, 22. ', ,. .
IN LANE COUNTY VOTE
(Special tispatpk ts TSe JoaraaL
Eugene, Or., June 6. Sixteen out of
60 precincts give Chamberlain 983.
Withycombe 1.90. Gearln 878. Bonrna.
897.' These figures do not Include one '
of Eugene's precincts, which Is not yet
completed. .. , ' ... . ,
CHAMBERUIN LEADS '
BY FIFTY IN GERVAIS
(fiDeelal TMspstrk te The Joeraalr "
Gervals, Or.. June I. The official
vote In this precinct was as follows;
Chamberlain r 106. Withycombe 14,
Bourne 60, Gearln 91, equal Suffrage yes
48, no 98, local option yea 98, n 41. ,
HALF COUNT SHOWS : i
' (Special Dlaiatca to The Jenrnal.)
- Albany, Or., June 6. Seven .out ef
fourteen preelncra htLlneoln - unty .
give the following pluralities:- Withy
combe 133. Bourne 98, Hawley 182. - -
to the persuitslina ef . the-agent,
the giant waa Immovable. Hn
of the liner ('i.t.uin'i fv
ashore to remove I-htiow
car, ( lle-realsfed snl put
f Icice struggle. I '
rgii4 nut sn( s! " ' I
mri. elie carried
a mi'l I lm t a ' t
1 now. ru rou'i