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THE OREGON DAILY, JOURNAL, PORTLAND, SATURDAY EVENING. JUNE 16. 1CC3.
P01IIE1 IY LOSE STAR
-Assault : Upon Peaceful Citizens and
: ; : Officers of Warships in Harbor
The alleged clubbing, not wisely, but
' too well, of a party of early morning
' saunterer bid fair to divest rouco-
maa Joseph Kienlen of his atar aa weu
aa a tidy aunt to aquar tht Tinnranc
of I ha law. According to witnesses tn
Juatic cf th .Peace Reld'i court thl
morning -Kienlen made mn unprovoked
and Tloloua assault upon- and anocaeq
down flva peaceful eitlceha on their way
. bom from the Elks' stag social early
yesterday morning. - Patrolman O. F.
vault, but ft evidence waa adduced
-tMi morning to show that ha bad done
any of th clubbing. --fv
Policeman Kienlen la a -great hulk at
a man with a primitive brow and Jaw
like, tba man with the hoe. ' The men
Y who were . clubbed were J. Unman,
Charlee Henry. A. O. Snell and John
"Falconer, petty -naval of i f core from-the
Chicago and the Princeton, and O. C
Denalng, member of tha Techau Tav
' ern quartet. Other member of tba
party, war Frederick Irwin, another
' member of th Tochatt Tavern quartet;
,- M. Adam a, another petty naval officer,
and Carl Abendroth, a well-known Port
. land bualnoaa man who acted In the ca-
- paclty of guide, simply "ahowlna; th
' boy the eights." Tbeae men, in com
pany with a number of Elks who took
up their causa... entered oomplalnta
agalnat tha policemen, with the reault
that they wer arreated and charged
with aaaault and battery. They were
required to furnish $409 ball earh .and
- the caa waa set for thla morning.
Oonrtroom Za Crowded.
Justice Reld's court waa crowded,
mostly -by members of th Elka order
arid by frlenda of tha prosecutors.
Notable among those present waa Lieu
tenant Commander A. 8. Halatead of tha
- flagship , Chicago, Captain Halatead
atated that he was there simply to learn
If bia men had been guilty of any wrong,
' that in such a caa they might be pro
perly dealt with. Deputy District At-
' torney tt. C Morwaa there to look,
' after th Intereata of the people. H
waa assisted by Alexander 8 week, 'who
acted, in tha Interests of th assaulted
men. CM, Idleman represented tha
defense. - . -
: Th only Witnesses examined-wr VT.
C- Deuelng and Frederick Irwin, whoa
testimony waa taken in consideration of
tha fact that they are dated to leave
. town tomorrow. Tha trial waa then set,
for Monday morning, June 20. .
: - Tell t' n"f Btnii i .
Dousing and Inrla agreed In their
atorlea on all material points. Accord-
" i- -
Southern' Pacific Making Nega
tive to Replace Those Dei
IXstroyed Jn Frisco Fireni:
PORTLAND WILL BE f i '
,.CrWilljCom ti Rose City and
' Artiatt Will Spend Some Time
Here Taking View "of' City and
Surrounding Country. . : '
.. . Julius PadlUa, with an aaalatant and
a special photographic car, has arrived
- in Oregon and begun tha work of malt
ing 16,000 new photographic negativea
to replace the entire stock of Pacific
northwest negativea destroyed with
other property loases of the Southern
Paoiflo llnea -at Ban Francisco. . Ha waa
met at Ashland by William H. Mc-
' Murray, general passenger agent, and
John P. Jonea, traveling paasenger agent
. of th Oregon Una.
- Two daya were spent at and around
Ashland, where th Commercial club
:, rendered valuable assistance In tha tak
ing of 16 photographs and two pano--.,
rsmlo Views of th city and valley. Tha
; club appointed lta secretary. Otto Win-
ter, aa guide, and showed its apprecla
" tlon of the work by having In readiness
. a team and wajronf or taking th photo
graphers and their outfits to places of
Interest. Today th party and car ar
rived at Medford and left for the Ster
ling mine, where photos of th workings
will be taken. They will go to Crater
lake, th Klamath country, and all
: through th Rogue river valley, taking
picture of forests, orchards, farms,
public buildings, schools, enureses. In-
dustrial plants and mountain scenery. -:
r CaTTtf omethlng' JTew.
- The photographic car Is-a. new de
parture by the Harrlman llnea. Two of
' the cars have been built- and Mr.
Padllla has been assigned . to car
No. I. It has a darkroom, a kitchen,
dining-room, -parlor and two bedrooms.
Tha darkroom Is equipped with every
modern appliance for' developing and
printing-, negativea. When a picture la
taken It la developed and printed and
"if not satisfactory another picture Is
taken In the same vicinity, i
Th photographers .will visit every
section -of Oregon contiguous to the
Hsrrtroan lines and ctt the -very tln-4
est scenery tn siaiearToras. ine oesi
of th pictures will be enlarged and
- copies framed and placed In tha com
"pany offices throughout th east. 8ev-
aral .week will fre apenjjby ibjho 1
, tographer In and about Portland, and
' the Ros City will be featured In -the
. picture campaign of tha Harrlman lines.
"It la an age of plcturea. A picture
speaks In wit- languages," said Mr. Mc
, Murray., t . "Th Harrlman companies
propoee to have the largest and cam
pleiest collection of Pacific coast photo
. graphic negativea. and the new collec
1 tlon will be up to data - They will be
- need from time to time In the publlc
" Ity work of th company. In th adver
tising of th territory tributary to tha
Southern Pacific and O. R N. com
panies." - -
SLAYER OF WOMEN IS
WALLED ALIVE IM TOMB-
lAsnAon, Jun 1. A dispatch from
' Tangier sys that fobbler - Messlwl,
who murdord--J women, was publicly
walled In -alive.. Before being placed
la his living-tpmb he was flogged he
fore aa immense Jeerjng crowd. Hf
creamed coi(liffia11y for the first two
dera after Ike Hugging but after that
a wa sOU., ,..
on Trial for ,
1 Ing to. their account of tha occurren
the party of eight left the Elks meet
ing room between 1:30 and t In the
morning. All had partaken more or
lees of beer, but none were drunk. They
walked about town for a short time vis
iting two resorts and then-starting back,
the theatrical men Intending to go to
their hotel and th sailors to their
shlpa. - -. ' ,.,
Suddenly two, officers appeared
around a corner, and rushing up to the
party ashed themi-with ui'se what
they were doing on the street after 1
o'clock In the morning. . The men started
to protest that thay had not been 1 in
any sense disorderly, and were on their
way home 'when, they declared, Kienlen
drew his club and began alugglng indis
criminately right and left Isakaon alao
drew hie club, but neither of tha wit
nesses could say 'that he bad. used ill
four snin s officers. LHinun. Henry.
Bneir"and Falconer, were knocked down
in rapid succession, though no offer of
resistance was road to th officers.
snogged the Actor. '
Peuslng ran across the street.' but a
moment later Kienlen took off his coat,
paased It to Isakson. and aaylng, "lt's
catch that fellow across the street," f ol-l
lowea, slugging tn actor over tn eye
and knocking him down. When Less-
man, who had arisen, mildly protested
ha waa awatted again. Tha witneasea
declared that absolutely no offense waa
offered to the policemen, that they were
not even euraed after th beating be
gan. There was no attempt made to
arrest any member of the party Kienlen
aaylng significantly as he left: ;
"You keep quiet, and we'll call It off.
Deuslng exhibited a highly discolored
left eye, as th result of his Interview
with, the policeman's club.
Contrary to th statement previously
published,- neither Dr. Harry McKay nor
Captain Badger was with tha party
at th time the trouble occurred. The
accused policemen hav aent a - com
munication to The, Journal as follows:
'Editor Journal There la nothlna In
the rumor that w should hav been
guilty of aaaault and battery on some
officers from th cruiser Chicago-
"The men wee, drunk: disorderly and
out after hours, violating three city
ordinances; 'not to mention the foul lan
guage, unfit for print, tha "gentlemen"
used and when we told them to behave
and go home -they felt offended and
complained, about us. That's all there la
in th ease, Respectfully,
. "ISAKSON AND KIENLEN.
, , . "Folic Officers."
CHILD IS ATTACKED
While playing on the street near her
homa at '211 Harrison street this- morn
ing, little the 3-year-old daughter of
H. J. Lavery waa seised by an unknown
man who fled with her to the woods near
the city limits. ' . ' "
He roughly pressed his hand over the
child's mouth to prevent an outcry and
succeeded in avoiding pursuit. '
Lata thia afternoon a number of beTys
who were in th vicinity of the forest
were attracted by the child's cries. They
found her lying upchi th ground in an
almost unconscious condition.
- She waa removed - to- CoUaU'a drug
store. First and Orant streets, where
a physician waa summoned. Th child
waa pronounced to be In a precarious
condition, though It Is believed she will
News- of the assautt spread quickly
through th neighborhood, and an angry
crowd soon gathered. ; Threats of lynch
ing and mobbing were made, but efforts
to find th man were without avail.
Police officer and detective hav been
detailed on the case, and have a good
description of the man. - "
DAYTON HIGH HOLDS
- GRADUATING EXERCISES
ripedsl Dispatch to Th Journal.) '
Dayton, Or, Jun 16. The graduating
exercises of th Dayton high school
were held last evening at th M. E.
church. The-' graduates are: Petty
Dower, Alice Londenahausen, Tresaa
Watson, Ruth Rlppey, Be mice Hatfield.
Grace ' Howard, George Gabriel, Mabel
Smller, George 'Stermer and v Hasel
Wood worth, ; . . . -
After the exercises at th church th
graduates were tendered a banquet by
th Junior at th horn of Mrs. J. L.
Castle. Miss Ella Gabriel acted as
toaatmlstresa, and toasts r were re
sponded to by Ruth Rlppey and Pro
fessor Leavitt.- Tha table waa baautU
fully decorated with tha class colors,
lavender and white, and th refresh
ments were elegant.
Allc Londenahausen won th schol
arship. ' "
At present this Is a 10-grade school.
but the eleventh grade will be added
next year and tha twelfth grade the
year following. .-: . .
PHYSICIAN IS INJURED v
3N PECULIAR MANNER
Dr. O. C Blaney Irecelved aever In
juries this morning" by falling to th
sidewalk at East-Fourteenth and Glln-
toh streets. While walking from his
home on Eaat Eighteenth atreet to th
car. Dr. Blaney auddenly became dlfxy
and unconscious, ne aia not recover
consciousness until he had been, foun
and was receiving attention,-. Aa he fell
his fao atruck some rough place-in
the sidewalk and his nose was nearly
torn off. 1 '
Dr. C. 8. Seamann was called and at
tended to the injuries. Dr. Blaney will
be about In a few days, but regrets
missing the Mystic Shrinerr festivities
tonigni.. . .- ,
INSTITUTE CHAPLAIN IS
ORDAINED PRIEST TODAY
Rev. Arthur . E. Rernays,- chaplain
of th Keamen's Institute at 1 Off-North
Front street, wag this morning ordained
a priest by Rt. Rev. F. W. Keator,
bishop of Olympla. v Prominent mem
bers of the clergy, were present at the
Her. r,-T. Webb. D. t- vicar of St.
Luke's, Taeoma," preached the sermon.
At the firs of th services th chap
lain received the congratulations of all
present.-. " t... . .
There are maay Want Ads Is today's
Journal that arm inter yon.
Multnomah County ''Republican
Politicians Seek to Boss the
SOME COGS MAY SLIP
" AND STOP, THE WHEELS
Candidates Come Forward and An
nounce They Would Preside Over
Deliberations of Senate and House
. Ma'ny Are in the Field. . : '
: "Kf forts - of - Republican , politicians -of
hla city to control th organisation of
the -next legislature are likely to -provoke
a lively contest. . In every" session
of tha legislature there 1 a' latent
Jealousy of Multnomah county, which
usually .assumes the form of active ho-.
tlllly as soon as there Is any evidence
of an Intent on tha part of tha Multno-"
mah machine to usurp control or to dic
tate th course of legislation.
' Thia waa made plainiv anonrent in' th
last session when the majority, of the
Munnoman delegation wss lined up un
der the leadership pf Jack Matthews, I
then on hla last legs ss a political factor.
Multnomah elected her candidate for
speaker, A. L. Mills, but this Initial
victory was followed by an almost un
interrupted series of defeats Muring th
remainder of lb session. The delegation
waa round on the losing side of every 1
Important fight, and th acknowledged
reason waa the determination of -"mem
bers from outside cauntiea not to sub- I
mith to tha dictation of the bosses, of
the Multnomah machine. " '
But th would-be manipulators of th
next legislature still, find soma work
for Matthews to do, despite his extreme
unpopularity. Corporate intereata may
hav much at stake in th coming ses
elon and he is expected to "handle" th
legislators in their behalf. Necessarily
his work will be don .under coy4r.but
Matthews Is no stranger to dark lantern
mathod. - -. r- .-- . -.- -
Alllano la XlntsA At. : ;
Gossip credits Matthews with having
patched -up an alliance with leaders, of
the old Simon faction, "which -'h - has
fought for years, and thla finds some
colo in the circumstance that 8. ' C.
Beach, one of the conspicuous members
of thst wing of th party,"M Said to
have promised his support to C. W.
Hodsorl, who is a candidate for presi
dent of the stat senate. Hodaon 'was
Matthews' right' hand man !n th last
two sessions of the legislature and
would naturally, b th letter's choice
for th place. Even before th primaries
It was a natter of common rumor that
Matthews and some of Simons' old
time lieutenants were working hand tn
glove to defeat Jonathan Bourn for th
Republican nomination for United States
- - Both Hodson and Dan, J. Malarkey
hav been avowed e spirants ever since
th session , of 1805 . foe. th honor of
presiding over th next tat senate.
Malarkey has counted on support from
some of the senators from eaatern Ore
gon, but a strong rival has appeared In
J. N. Hart, the- ne,wly elected aenator
from Baker and Malheur counties, who
may come across th mountains with
a tormldaWe following.-JIrt probably!
counts also on aom support from th
Willamette valley, aa until two years
ago he was district attorney for the
third Judicial' district, comprising the
counties of Marlon, Linn, Polk, Yamhill
and Tillamook. Political friendships
which ha formed while in that , office
may stand him In good stead In his
- ; OtAmMtJOtlg-Mohs.'T"""1-Et
W. Haines, senator from Washing
ton, has cherished for more than a year
paat the ambition to preside over the
upper hoiiee, and Nathan Whealdon,
senator from Wasco, l also In the run
ntnjg. Rumora that .T. B. Kay of Marlon
tnJkht also be a candidate for th place
prove to be unfounded, as Kay says that
It would not be fitting for him to seek
th honor, at tha vary beginning of
his term as aenator. Kay haa been a
conspicuous figure In the lower, house,
tn recent sessions, and was defeated for
speaker by Mills In 105 only after the
closest kind of a struggle. "
Frank Davey of Marlon, Wlllard N.
Chapln of Multnomah. W I. Vawter of
Jackson, W. K. Newell of Washington
and B. T. Jonea of Polk and Lincoln
are all candidates for speaker of the
house. John B. Coffey of Multnomah
has been credited with a similar ambi
tion, but denies that he la anmsplrant
W. M. Barrett of. HUlsboro Is also re
puted to be a possible candidate. .
POLICE SEARCHING FOR r
SAN FRANCISCO MAN
A communication haa Keen received
by Chief Oritxmacher from Chief of
Police Dlnan of San Francisco asklrrg
for Information of John Lindsay, sup
posed to be In this city. Mrs. Lindsay
Is sick and destitute In St Joseph's
hospital, nan Fran Cisco.
Mrs. W. R. Stacks or Vancouver,
Washington, has asked the police to as
sist her tn locating her husband, -Willis
R. Stacks. Tha'mlsslng man left Van
couver on Monday with the expressed
intention of coming to this city and hss
not been seen since. .11 waa fordierly
a conductor on the Woodjawn line. and
at tha time of hla disappearance waa
attired in hla uniform.
: II. L. Ayers of 106 Third street re
ports that his wife left home laat night
at :S0 o'clock and lias not returned.
The woman' is alleged to' b slightly
demented. Shs Is 84 yass of as, mdi
iim build snd wore gray dress and
green felt hat , ' -
WORK COMMENCED ON
- After a delay of several weeks on ac
count of a shortage of brick work has
again been commenced on the Irvlngton
sewer , by George W. Hlmons, who has
ths contract Th: Irvlngton sewer 1
the largest sewer system under con
struction snd will only be exceeded In
else by th proposed Brooklyn sewer.
Th gangs of men ar now on Thomp
son street. Over 18 mor men could
be put to work If .they could b found.
CHICAGO FIRM PAYS
(JmirMl Special aerlre.
Albany,' N. Tr June 1 Bears Roev -
buck A Co, of .Chicago paid an incor
poration tax of 120,000 thla morning
for ming papers or a iu,uoo,ooo cor
. - v : ; N
Ths circulation i of Th Joaraal la
Portland and la Oregon exceed that cf
(.any ether Orsgoa imwspj.
LI I - ' V ' , . : - !l
.J0 . . fZl:, r- W'?,Z!2 " iwadecT-ouTa short di.t.nc.
7:: ' , ' srmisi'.
, Upper cut shows a photographflTthe American-fallsshowinrwhere
Schweitzer waded hi from the Prospect park shore and stood motionless
in thTrapid currentTonly- 100 feet from the brink. '. Below is a diagram
afanwint; how- tin pttSs and. finnvo. lashed an extension ladder to trees
imd ran it out ovear th. eswirJintr. wat ers to i aid three men, who rescued
Schweitzer. ' ,;;":- . .;', -V -.
Jnmal Bpectal gsrrlfle.t - V
Niagara Falls, June 16. Thirty-five
feet out from the American shore and
within 100 feet of the brink of th falls,
Amoa Sen welt aer of Toronto a tood up
right while-the waters tumbled and
swirled s round him, and 600 persons
watched him as If fascinated, t The won
der was that he could stand at all.
H had waded into the water -two
hours before, declaring ne would die.
Once he lost his footing when 600 feet
from the ' cataract, only to regain It
when - it - seemed -certain .h must" be
swept over. .. ' -
PRESIDENT HAS SIGNED
; THE STATEHOOD. BILL
4 ( Journtl-Brdl Service.)
d Washington, Jun 1. Presl-
4 dent Roosevelt today signed th d
statehood bill. This bill pro- 4
vldes Joint statehood for New .
4 Mexico and Arlxona, and for In-
d dlan Territory and Oklahoma to d
vote on the queatlon of atate- 4
"tood: ' r;
ACCUSED OF SELLING
LIQUOR TO YOUTH
. Ed Johnson, proprietor of a restaur
ant on Sevsnth street near Alder, was
arrested.Jast night upon a warrant
chargaing htm with having soul Uouor
to- minor. - Charlea C. Conkey, aald to
be a 17-year-old special student at the
Hill Military academy. Is theomplaln
Ing wltneaa. . , ' ."
It is alleged that Conkey- waa served
with an oyster stew and 11 bottles of
beer In Johnson'B plure, and as a- re
sult became Intoxicated. . He waa found
In an unconscious condition In a hallway
on Thirteenth street by the police and
taken to the city prison until he reeov
ered sufficiently to give th Ihforma-tlon-whr
he had sepured th liquor.
William Hendryx and Dean Hayes, two
other youths, were with Conkey in the
restaurant and will be subpoenaed as
witnesses. - - -
- Johnson was released on 1200 cash
bail deposited by Louis Trummer. a sa
loonman. Trummer declared to Deputy
City Attorney Flttgerald that "they
would fix the authorities, aa a police
man was In the place with th boy."
When queatloned aa to th Identity
of the policeman he refused to give the
name Th police claim that Johnion'e
reaort haa been a source of. complaint
for some time- and a vigorous prosecu
tion will b waged against him on this
charge. - . "
NOT PLEASANT TO ' -FIND,
Patrolman laakson filed with Chief
Oritxmacher thla morning the following
commentary on th accusation of bru
tality made against him by tha officer
of th V. 8. F. S. Chicago:
''It Is not very pleasant to find
when offlcara have faithfully don their
duty, made about 800 arrests In five
months, driven suspicious persons off
Uhe streets, thereby-preventing .crime, all
over the city, been complimented ny
good people (not lawbreakers), aa.th
moat decent officers who ever patrolled
th north end that complaints msde
by lawbreaker (drunk, disorderly and
out after houra, violating three city
ordinances) . ar given great considera
tion and good men annoyed and turned
WARRANTS ISSUED FOR
HAYWARD AND ANOTHER
.- ; ! ' .
Warrants wer Issued today for the r
rest of Burt. Hay ward and John Doe,,
charging them with destroying frult
trees belonging to Jacob flauer. whose
residence adjoin that of llnyward .' It
1 1, charged that besides 'destroying the
H - r iiayward and another man broke
down the dividing fence and created a
Th troubl la th result of a family
feud of long standing. Recently Mr.
Hayward caused th arrest of Saner,
hi wife and daughter, on the charge of
assault snd battery. Th prosecution
failed to convict. -
GO OVER NIAGARA FALLS
With his eyes fixed In vacant atare.
he remained absolutely motionless, and
appeared to lake not the slightest no
tice of the efforts being mad by th
police and firemen for hla rescue.-
. The water eddied above hla waist, and
yet he stood as if his feet were riveted
to the .stony bottom.
- Not a word would he utter In response
to the haila from the shore. He seemed
not to wink even, so motionless waa he.
- Some hotel waiter in Prospect park
first saw him wading out, 600 feet from
the brink. - They told Policeman Dennis
Blake, who secured a long pole and
ANOTHER TRIAL JS DENIED
Bill Miner and Associates Must
Serve Time for Holding : -.
Up Train. ,
iRpaeltl Plapatcb te Tbe loarasLV '
Victoria, B. C. June 1 tJ Application
was mad today before Mr. Justice Irv
ing of the supreme court for a new. trial
on behalf of Edwards , (Bill Miner),
Dunn and Colquhoun. convicted and
sentenced for holding up the Canadian
Pacific railway train near Kamloopa.
Application was made by Attorney Mc
Intyre; for. the men and was on the
ground that the crown's attorney com
mented, in addressing the Jury, on on
of the prisoners claiming a belt which
waa found near the scene? of the holdup
not producing evidence to that effect
Thla was overruled by the Judge, who
said the point If. there Is any should
have "been taken ar th time of th
trial and was not well founded.' An
other point waa that after the first Jury
was dismissed and a new trial begun
the prisoners : were not arraigned
afresh and asked to plead.. This point
was also overVuled as not according to
practice and a new trial not allowed.
POLICE ORDERED TO
. WATCH STREETCARS
Acting, upon the large number of com
plaints" received recently relative to th
excessive state of speed of atreet cars in
tha city limits, and the large number of
accidents, Chief of Pollc Oritxmacher
hss Issued the following order to all
"Altogether too many atreet car acci
dents hav occurred recently, and Judg
ing from the reports of th investiga
tions made, most of them, or nearly all
of them, are attributable to the rock
iest speed with which these cars are
"The maximum speed permitted by th
ordinance In this city Is 11 miles an
hour. Anything over that la a violation
of such ordinance and punishable by fin
and Imprisonment, and from th fre
quent report 1 Judge that thla ordi
nance Is violated dally by th car men
lfi. almost every part of th city, and to
stop this practice th officers must give
IMit matter their attention and arrest
all persons found violating this ordi
nance, and thereby assist In protecting
the-ives and limbs of our pltixens-and
stop th speeding habit of these car
menlj t . . ; ' ;.
LIF5 INSURANCE HEAD .
WILL GO TO PRISON
iJmratl ".peels! Service.)
Minneapolis, June tt.--Dr. Jacob - F.
Fore, former president of lh North
western National Life Insurance com
pany, wss sentenced today to thre and
a half years' Imprisonment for 'grand
larceny In connection .with th insur
- CAHADIAH ROBBERS
MEXICAN SOLDIERS TO
: ' REMAIN AT CANANEA
' (Joarnat Sprcfal Service.)- '
Blsbes, Arts.,, Jun IS, 'General
Torrea wa recalled to Cananea by h
Mexican war department this morning,
while en route with Governor Tsabel to
lermslllo. . Th department wishes thtf
mllitsry arm to remain until the last
vestlg of th uprising la quelled.
.' 'I . , ,,. . ;
Bchweitaer th end of It
Th men took hold of It. but instead
of trying to eave hlmself.Ji mad fran
tic efforts to pull In Blake, who lost hla
footing .and involuntarily- loond- hla
bold. . i
Th --audden ' release ' unbalanced
Schweltser, who waa shot by th currant
towsrd th cataract SOff feet away. But
when h was within 100 feet of the
curving lln-of "water, that drops 160
feet," he" regained "his -feet -and again
stood motionless. H waa In this posi
tion two houra laterV-WheaJh firemen
and pollc wer stilt working to avJ
Ropes wer thrown to him repeatedly,
but ho made no effort to grasp thra.
Th end of -on line floated acroaa hla
ahouldera, but he Ignored It. and th
current carried t away. - - t '
.Effort to i lasso him failed, and tha
watching crowd on" shore even thought
they could detect a sardonl smile on
- Still he mad no effort to mov or to
allow himself to be carried over-th
falls., - . '" - -''
-An extension ladder, with men seated
on th shor end, was run out but th
moment the outer end' touched th water
tne forca, of th-current . wrenched It
loos and It was carried over the fall.
A great cry went up from th watchers,
for they fesred It would" eweep Schwelt
ser along with it But he stood as be
fore, motionless. - . -- -
-He waa, finally rescued agalnat his
Will. r,T.. "'...."
WORKMAN IS BURIED k
UNDER TONS OF ROCK
- Roy Messlner, employed on th
big dam now under construction
at Casadero. waa killed yesterday ' )
afternoon by being pinned under - e
a mass of rock weighing thre
ton, which ' auddenly . lossened
and fell n him. 4
Messlner lived at Oeorge with
a wife and child rem He waa
alone at the time of th acci- )
dent Th falling of th mass 4)
of rock did not Injur any of th -
other workmen. , c )
THIEVES BUSY AND
SO ARE THE POLICE
Dan Curtla, a roomer In th Winter
building. Grand avenue and East Davla
street, report the theft -of a ault -of
clothes, alx raxofa and a satchel from
hla room laat night. --
Cohlents V Levy, 1(0 Second street
and Charlea Stein, 14 First atreet, liquor
dealers, have notified- the authorities
that the lock wer pried off th front
door of their respective establishments
laat night AH Investigation ahowed that
nothing had been taken and it is believed
that In both caa tha burglara wer
scared away before entering th prem
ises. . . - , - ,T- J
A communication haa been received
from th sheriff at Sumpter. - Baker
county, Oregon, that Jesse D. Bollah Is
wanted there for. absconding with 1110
of city funds" on Jun 7. His wife re
sides In this city and the pollc ar
asked to keep a watch for him.
' W. F. Barker, of (19 Northrup atreet
reports stolen from the Holman school
on Corbett street a box of . tools. Sus
picion Is directed t a fellow employe,
and th police are searching for him. -
TEAMSTER WAS KILLED rr
NOT CONTRACTOR GRANT
(Special Dlspates te Ths JearsaL)
Arlington, June 10. Still at large,
th . blacksmith who killed a teamster
tn camp No. 2, 14 mile east of here,
a fsw day ago Is being pursued by of
ficers and deputies. - ,
The murder waa a moat brutal one.
Th blacksmith, an Austrian, and th
teamster, who was an American, had
been fighting frequently, th Amerjyan
always getting the best of th encoun
ter. Seeking revenge, the blacksmith
went to a tent wher his enemy wss
aileop nnd literally mashed his head-te
a pulp with a hatchet. -
The murderer Immediately left camp
and ha not been seen since.
It was learned today that th report,
published yesterday In Th Journal,
that t'ontrsctor Grant was killed waa
-erroneous, he being th contractor In
charge of the camp where the murder
occurred but not Involved in th fracas.
PRESIDENT SAYS HE -.
FAVORS DEPOSIT PLAN
' (Jenrasl Special Service.)
Washington, Juna 10 -Flint and Per
kins wfr In conference with th pres
ident this morning In regard to financial
aid for Sen Francisco. After the con
sultation. Mr. Flint said: '
"Tha-presldent seemed favorably dis
posed toward th plan of depositing
1 10,000,000 in the San Francisco banks
for a definite term of year. By thl
plan tti present (method of putting gov
ernment money In th national banks
will not b. changed except that th -flannel
ts will be for five or ten years In
stead of subject to audden call, . ' ' "
Stevedores Return to Work on
Pacific Mail Dock Loading
Steanrfor Korea, Which
Sails Thursday. " J '
, tjeorasl Special Serrle.)
San :. Franolsco, Jun . U.Dplt
.JtsjleJnpBtia to lh oonlrary by (he ..pieB-r;
utlve tward f tK United Shlpplhg and
Transportation association, th Paclflo '
Mall - eompany' liner Korea will sail
for-th orient next-Thursday with a ftilf '
cargo. - Beventy-flv s stevedores this
morning' ar loadlrtg th Korea.'" Th;'
backboa of the. lockout waa Virtually
broken when the stevedore went back
to work .on. th Mall dock, i '-)
4 1 1 - is not unllkel -1 he t Monda y wll 1
see all th stevedores back. . The re
maining hoatll faction consist only
of th marina cooks and stewards, th
sailors and steam schooner owner.
LE ridUX MURDER TRIAL '
L : -IS NEARING ITS CLOSE;
'(Joexnal Speeisl Serriea.l
- Stockton, .Jun 1 Th prosecution
in th L Doux murder trial expect to
elos thla afternoon, Th defense may
Introduc no testimony other than that
gained by cross-examination of th
prosecution' witnesses.: Th prosecu
tion ' Introduced no evidence to show,
that McVlcar and defendant wer not .
divorced, which If true would dlsput
lb alleged moilv for murder, -r
Thla morning witnesses - from th
Rawhide mine testified that when th V
defendant lived there with McVlcar'th
couple appeared on good terms and that
th defendant Induced McVlcar to ault
th mln to go to Sutter Creek, 'Wher -L
Doux, th defendant' husband, was
living. Th prosecution claimed-that J
the defendant murdered th deceased to
prevent L Doux. from seeing him or -
hearing of her bigamous, rotation. .
MORE MONEY. SECURED '
FOR UNFORTUNATE WOMAN
- Th Journal continue to receive con
tribution .for . Mrs. May MclrvlnV the .
blind woman .who lost all In th at
std fir some time ago 'and is now try
ing to fit up a few rooms for a lodging
house. The total now oiuhand for this t
purpose Is 117. Sine laar acknowledge
raent waa made -of contributions. The
Journal has receive another fl from on -source,
1 from another and 60 cents
from another. None of the donor desired
that hl-amb made public .
The Journal will continue to receive -contribution.
The amount on hand will
enable Mrs. Mclrwln . to pay" br-T.renl
and there I atlll need of money to fur-"
nlsh ber room. , , -
FOR BRUTAL ASSAULT
J. B. Monro was arrested last' night
by Detectives Vaughn and Hellyer and
Patrolman . Keller and. booked on a
charge of an aaaault with a dangerous
weapon. Monroe la an ex-con vict and
wa sentenced to 10 years In 1SC& for a
criminal assault He visited -a saloon
conducted by Frank Hoffman at, First
and Morrison streets laat night and de
manded a drink.- Hoffman refused to
comply "with hla requeat ariiT' MoriFba
thereupon drew a dirk and stabbed, th,
saloonmaa In th cheat.
YOUNG WOMAN FACES v;
. VERY SERIOUS CHARGE
.. Mattl 81mm, ll'yeara old. waa ar
raigned - befor . Judg - Fraser today
charged with contributing to th delin
quency of children. Sh haa until Mob- .
day to plaad. , . . . .
A told to.th court Miss Slmms haa,
been In th habit of Inducing young
girl If and 16 years of age to com
to her horn eaat of Oresham. Thr .
they wr Introduced to young man.. It
la aald that th arrests of a number of
man who hav frequented th plao will
be made before long.
SOUTHERN PACIFIC TO
GET RIVAL'S WORKMEN
Journal fJeeelat Serviee.l
Orovlfle, Cel., Jun IS. Th Southern
Paclflo railroad haa opened a large em
ployment agency here, advertising for
20.000 man to work In Shasta and Siski
you counties. It Is said there I no rail-,.,
road work there, and it Is believed to be
merely a ruse to draw th men away
from th Western Paclflo. which f un
able to obtain sufficient labor. Unless
-tha plan la thwarted th Western Paclflo
work will b greatly delayed, ,, ,
GENERAL PAPER WILL- "H::
RESUME ITS BUSINESS
T (Journal Special Service.)
St. Paul, Minn., June l. Whn the
federal court today waa about to ntr .
a decree 'rendered laat May perpetually
restraining th General Paper and Con
stituent companies from continuing busi
ness, their counsel objected to th de
cree a too broad. When an Injunction
waa granted couneel paid fines for eonv
tempt and consented ', te th decree.
Judg Sanborn took tne matter under
advisement today. It Is presumed the
defendant' propose' te -resume bnstn.-"
s , ENTER A PROTEST
Because the owner of grenhoue on
Belmont street protested against th
widening of that street from Prattymaa
venue eastward, th fctreet committee
of the council haa referred th report
of th viewers bark to them to see If a
mor equitable adjustmsnt of benefit
and damage cannot b mad. Th eame
disposition wa made with the report .
of thd viewer on the widening of Fran
els avenue, aa a number of property .
owner entered protest.
EASTERN STAR SESSION
OF ROUTINE NATURE
, j t
Report of committees and other work
of a routln nature took up th morning'
session,' of the Ordr cf the F.astern "
Star. The convocation closed this sf;
tcrnoon aith tie installation of offi
cers. . ' ' ,