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VOL. V. - NO.-220,
OREGON, -SATURDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 17;; 1900. TWO SECTIONS TWENTY PAGES. . PRICE TWO
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Northern Pacific Ex-
' pects to Get Mail and
Passengers to the
. win warry Business to Keiso and
"Trom There' by Steamer to
the Tacoma Train at Castle
Rock Engineers Working to
' A 111 . .
, ' wonquer water. ;
' If plana of the-Northern Pacific op
erating- officials are not blocked by urn
. expected disaster, the company will
succeed In getting passencers, mall and
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"the sound tomorrow. Trains are now
' operating between Portland and Kelso,
and from Tacoma to a point near Castle
Bock. Preparations are being- made to
operate the steamer Kellogg between
Kelso and Castle Rock, on the flooded
Co wilts river, and thus complete a line
of transportation between Portland and
Captain Kellogg, of Portland. Is going
over the flood situation today on the
CowUls river, and It la expected he will,
be able to operate his ateamer between
the points named. He- will -return to
Portland tonight, and probably leave at
once with the steamer ' for Kelso.
Stranded passengers In this city who
want to go to the sound are planning to
leave tomorrow morning at S:I0 o'clock
on the regular" Northern Pacific train.
there transfer by boat to .the Tacoma
train at Castle Rock. Bound passengers
who are trying to reach Portland will
get through this way tomorrow evening-.
M. rami Trains 'Boaalaf.
' The Northern Pacific la today operat
ing Its Bt Paul trains, consolidated with
the Burlington and Great Northern at
Spokane, via, the O. R. dk N. company'a
main line between Portland and Pasco.
Paclfto la operating its trains via the
Springfield branch between Portland and
California points. . The Santiara river is
still at a high stage, and It Is Impossible
to restore any kind of temporary bridge.
The engineers are -waiting On the bank,
to' begin work as soon aa the waters
ubalde. ..i t . . , -
wm mm xaasa so sous.
Should the steamer Kellogg succeed in
transferring passengers between Kelso
and Caatle Rock tomorrow, the passen
gers on Northern Paclflo train No. 4,
Tloodbound rour days at Kelso, win be
taken on to the' sound. Should the
transfer plan fall, the . train will be
brought back to Portland, where the
MMnlinr. Mniim ailnnnnla Ajtrolm-
modatlons until train service Is re
stored. H. C Buokley, assistant ' di
vision superintendent for the Northern
Paclflo at this end of the line, baa been
with the company 1 years and never
before hss he been called upon to cope
with such high waters. Without ade
quate equipment at thla end of the di
vision It Is difficult to meet the present
emergency, but equipment has been bor
rowed and a large force of men sent out
along the line to repair the damage: To
day telegraph communication was partly
restored and the officials are able to
get a few messages through and direct
the work of restoring" the service.
. lVossea Are OeaeraL -
Besides the great losses to farmers,
merchants and residents In the flooded
districts, there are many aerlous phases
of the delay -to business men who aro
trying to reach various points to .close
large business deals under options that
are expiring.: There are many cases of
this kind and many a flood bound pas
senger la walking- the floor with anxiety
as to whether he will be able to renew
an option or lose a profitable business
An "attempt will be made today by
the Northern Pacific with the steamer
t,.rnn in - . ...
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passengers from Kelso to 8opena.
Wash., where the track Is reported to
be open to Tacoma. The Cowlltx river
la reported to be failing slowly. ' The
colder weather last night has changed
the ratna In the mountains to snow,
and stopped the melting of the snows
(Continued on Rage Two.)
Stephen; S. Wise
Whose ability, force and Independence made 'him a leading figure among
the notables pf Oregon, and who has taken a. foremost place in the In
tellectual life of New Tork, will begin 'a series of articles on national
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In The Sunday Journal
These letters wllcover a' wide' ranse of sublects and In them Dr.
Wise will discuss with his usual vigor and freedom maMtre In which the '
people of Portland are vitally Interested. Of course. The Hundsy Journsf
Is the only psper whose readers will have the pleasure of enjoying
these confidential talks with the able rabbL You should ,
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'. NOW SAVING SOULS
PAT CROWE TO
10 RESCUE WORK
Noted Kidnaper-Quits Career-of
Crime, Reforms, and Will
Spend - , His -.-Time1 Saving
Young Boys 4nd Gids Who
Have Been Led Wrong, v,
Chicago, Nov.f .17, Pat ; Crowe, the
kidnaper of the son of Edward Cudahy
in Omaha several years ago, professes
to have become reformed and proposes
to labor among the younger generation.
He is In Chicago seeking support for
bis scheme. ; -;.-'- -? - -., .- i-
Idtw," he says, "and government pay
little attention 'to the boy or- girl -until
the boy or girl breaks the law. - They
do not seem to exist to prevent crime
or to keep people from becoming crimi
nals, but exist-merely to. put them out
of the way after they have become crim
inals." , -J - ' -
Crowe wants to start rescue missions
for. buy a . ail -over tha country, and be
tells Where he got his idea. . .... ....
- "In Manchester, Kngland."- he says,
"there-is no reform school. Homeless
boys picked up on the streets are sent
to ev rescue home. In t hie they are pro,
vlded with clothing, and when they look
for work each has little badge to show
where be lives. There's nothing on the
badge to brand him. The public un
derstands the children are homeless and
have no father, no. mother and - no
friends.". . Z- .
SON HELD AS THIEF
i Joornal Ibrlal flarrlee.i
Bt Lou la, Nov. 17. The federal grand
Jury (his morning returned an Indict,
ment . charging embesslement against
D. P. Dyer Jr.. paying teller at the
United States sub-treasury here and
son of t'nlted States District Attorney
Dyer, The amount of ' the alleged
ahortaae is 181,500.
The defendant was ' released on a
110.000 bond and .January a was set
aa the date for his appearance. He has
retained-united States Senator Warner
and .Chester 11 Kruro to defend him.
LAWS PROPOSED FOR
' ; (Journal Special Service. '
' Chicago, Nov. 17 The committee on
uniform Insurance legislation has de
cided to recommend Jihe passage of fif
teen laws for the correction of existing
abuses and to prevent future ones. The
laws proposed dm At rebates, political
eoniriDUllOns , ana ,wmr V1V.-IVUB iji no
tices. ' T ta
Captain Woods Reports
Seeing Her Off Bar
Jhree Times in the
Past Two Weeks :
Almost Near Enough to' Board
Her Once Bark Flew No Dis
tress Signals and Everything
Is Apparently Well on Board
V the Phantom Ship.
Fears, for the safety of the missing
British bark Iverna were allayed this
morning when Captalrf Morton of the
steamship Columbia reported that Pilot
Woods, -.who- brought the . stea mer. p ver
the bar yesterday morning, told - him
that he had' seen the missing vbark three
times during the past two weeks. 8he
was far out to sea, but everything was
apparently well on board. . At one time
the pilot schooner ran so close to the
Iverna that Pilot Woods was about to
board her,- but a mlsmaneuvertnent
awung the bark around so that the at
tempt failed.- A heavy sea was running
at the time and the pilot would have
taken bis life in his hands had be In
sisted upon following the bark.. . This
occurred a few days ago. . The pilot
schooner afterward stood In for shore.
. The news of the sighting of the- ves
sel was communicated to Kerr,- Clifford
A Co., special agents-for her owners.
who In turn immediately cabled the Liv
erpool office. The owners were becom
ing decidedly anxious because of the
failure of the vessel to reach port, and a
cablegram from them thla morning In
dicated that they had about give ' her
up ror lost. , , . ; v . ..
Srtvea Tar Tram Kands
The pilot boat Joseph Pulltxer fell in
company with the Iverna about ten days
ago. according to the statement made
by Pilot Wood a to Captain Morton, a
long dlatance off the mouth of the Co
lumbia river. Like the Iverna the pilot
boat had been driven far from land by
thelrrmcraUi that laaed at tltat
time. ..Twice alnqa then did the pilot
schooner run close to the bark, and It was
upon the last occasion that Pilot Woods
attempted to reach her.. Had the vessel
been short of provisions, word to that
effect would have undoubtedly been sig
nalled to the pilot boat, and Pilot Woods
for that reason believes that the bark
Is well able to take care, of herself.
Peter Kerr, of Kerr. Qlfford Co.,
when Informed of the report brought
by Pilot Woods, said that although the
captain was causing a great deal of anx-
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tke fleeda e trying their suaoat te prevent kg jaae that weald ndaafer
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teraa aulaa frem Aaknrs.
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right ea4 hee -fleariad Ihaeaaeda ef sen. ef ta4 and eaoaed inealealakl
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f aat. . Sailraad eoatswaieatioa kaa haaa eat. and tke rma sennet ka raaeked
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ahead ktaading hi.tb etraata at aaeh s Vptb tkat it la se lancer aafa far
raaidaaia fcela m tfte rM sterwe ef tkeir kseaea, tke sjea are erwas.
hiag ia eaek laws ad either . reawviag tke halplMe sees te Ike saeead
atones er.tsrrjrwg tkest sway te plaew ef safety.
Former " Convict arid
Real Estate Man Is
: Charged With For
I gery in Jrue Bill :
Number of Witnesses: Called to
Give - -Testimony, - - Among
Them Several Alleged Victims
of Ta-W VillainyWarrant Is
Issued for His Arrest.
W. H.Tsft has been IndTcled by the
grand Jury for forgery. The indictment
was found after the testimony Of " J.
Thornburn Ross, president of the Title
Guarantee- Trust -company;-Attorney
Jerry Bronaugh, J. H.-Diets, formerly a
salesman In the employ of Taft, Mrs.
Maud Diets and Mrs. Katherlne Taft
had been heard by the Jury.. Mrs. Taft
Is the wlfef the Indicted man. .
Taft has been charged in civil suits
filed in the circuit court with many
swindling operations. In which of these
the . grancL.Jury charged forgery has
not been divulged, but It is believed
that , the indictment grew out i' of the
aale of real estate In Laurelwood, a
suburb of Portland. --As many aa three
different people .have claimed title to
the aame property In Laurelwood, bas
ing their claims on deeds and contracts
of sale given them by Taft.
'.; Taft Xs la Xtdiaa. .
' Taft has been wanted In thla city for
several months. . It Is thought by. many
people that be haa been In hiding near
here for a long time, and could be found
tf sufficient efforts were used. He was
convicted fn- the local circuit court
several years ago of swindling a woman
named Jeanette Sinclair of ll.00. Taft
served two years in the penitentiary
on that conviction and on his -release
returned to Portland . and engaged In
the real estate business. He Is said to
have continued his swindling operations
for some time. Many Of 'hla victims
have brought suits In Jlre circuit court
to recover the money, he . secured from
. wave Bog-as Votes.
Dr. D. S. Peters brought a suit in
which; he- declared thaUTaft- had- given
him ' notes to - which . was - signed - the
name of a person who never existed.
Many other people have asserted that
notes given them by Taft. were signed
with names of persons unknown and
that it was Impossible to find them in
this city. . .
Taft a victims charge that he drew
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Judge Frazer , Holds
1 That Oregon Can't
Collect Part of Profits
of Oregon City Locks
Legislative ; Act Providing for
Locks Makes-No Mention of
Successors or Assigns of Wil
' lamette Falls & Locks Com
pany State May Appeal. .
That the state of Oregon cannot ool
lect 'a. percentage of tne tolls ptild by
vessels passing - through - the - locks -at
Oregon City, to the Portland General
Kieetrlc company; ownei a of the locks;
Is the, effect of a decision rendered by
Judge Praxer in the state clrVcutt court
this morning. .
Suit had been instituted by the state
against the company to .collect 10 per
cent of the net earnings of the locks.
The suit was based on an act . of the
legislature of lT4, which gave to the
Willamette Falls and Locks company
1200,000 to assist In building the canal
and locks, and - Imposed the condition
that the company pay to the state 10
per cent of Its net proflta
In 1S7J the original company sold Its
property to another ' company. Two
ether transfers of the locks followed.
the Portland General Klectrio company
being the present owner. No percentage
of the earnings of the locks haa been
paid to the state since . 1878. Judge
eraser, in a previous ruling, had limited
the right of the state to collect to the
period since . U7. holding that ithe
statute or limitations barred any re
covery for tolls collected before that
Praser Gives Peolslom. - ,
The contention of tire Portland Gen
eralElectric company was that the act
of the legislature bound only the orig
inal company, and not -Its successors.
In passing- on the -questions, Involved
Judge Fraser said:
provided that the state should pay $200.
00O In bonds to -the Willamette Falls 4
Locks company to assist them In build
ing locks 'In order that ' the carrying of
freight -up. the - river should be-chesp-
enedr and conditioned that 'the company
should pay to the state 10 per cent of
Its net earnings. : - , - ".
"The act refers only to the Willamette
Falls Locks company, and says noth
ing about its successors or assigns, nor
does It make the payment of the per
centage, of earnings a charge upon the
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GREAT SINGER ARRESTED
r Enrico Caruao. '
.. . FROm ARREST
World's Greatest Singer Fails to
Appear in Court to Answer to
. Charge Of Disorderly Conduct
for Which He Was "Arrested
iJerfrna! Bnecial Marvk'e.i
New fork, Nov. 17. Knrlco Caruso,
the world's greatest tenor, who was ar
rested yesterday for disorderly-conduct.
failed to appear In court'thts morning.
His attorney reported that the. singer
was suffering from sciatica. . Mrs. Gra
ham, the complainant, was present. Ca
ruso Is said to have entirely collapsed.
Caruso, who .Is here for his annual
engagement at the Metropolitan opera
house, was arrested - In ten t ral park on a
charge of disorderly and Indecent con
duct. It. required the combined efforts
of two muscular policemen to get him
Into a cell. ' where' he remained until
lUiiirUb Conrt-d, director of the Metro
politan opera house, arrived and balled
him out. Conried gave hla 150.000 real,
dence as security for the $500 ball In
which Carueo'waa held.
The great singer's offense consisted
In laying his hands In Insulting manner
on Mrs. Hannah Graham of thtr'Bronx,
who, accompanied by her little eon, was
stsndlng before a monkey cage In the
park soo. Caruao .took up a. position
beside her. leaned against her. and then
acted In I manner that' left no doubt
In the mind of Mrs. Oraham and a park
policeman in plain clothes, who was
watching. - ' -
On tho Woman's cry 'of alarm the po
liceman urrested her annoyer, who Inter
at the police staUlon admitted his Iden
tity and sent for Contied.'
: He denied -any. ttmult to the. woman
and says his hands were 1n hts pockets.
REALIZES FORTUNE FROM
SALE OF. OLD HORSE ?
Miner Finds "That Stock He. Re
' ceiyed for Animal Is Worth
;- Hundred Thousand. 1 ' '
' (Jmrnal Special Service.) ; ' '
Reno;1 Nev., Not. 17. Stock which
Fred Rtaples, a Hnledale miner, sc
repted three yesrs ago In payment for
in old horse, was Sold yesterday by hire
In Reno for tu.'.snxt. It was Mohawk
stock, and he had 7.000 shares, worth
llT.n0 a share. 'Staples came to Reno
a few days ago with an Invalid wife
una noticed in a dally paper that Mo
hawk was listed at tl7. He asked hla
wife If that waa not the name of the
stork which he had taken, together with
a 110 bill, three years ago from a- Tono
pah miner, tier recollection was that
the name was Jayhawk. but so- confi
dent ws her husband that ha took the
nest train to t'olmlnl. small ramu
near Tonopnh. He discovered then thM
he was worth over f 100.000, Staples
says: - j
"I paid lUtle attention to the stock.
Everybody In Nevada haa some mining
stork, you know, and I've got more be
sides ihls that I Jwar-soldi But pi
watch the 'quotations closer after thla."
-RMplea and hla wife will now leave
for, I'allfornta. where It has bnen hla
desire for mnny years to l ik hla wife
to see If a lower altitude .ould not Im
prove her h-ultlu
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God Almighty Defeated
Editor, Says Ex-Boss.
of '.Vilification T-
Publisher's Success Would Have
Brought on American People
Their Saddest Days, Says
Tammany Leader Democ
racy Must Fight Trusts.
tttvpvrlsht by scrtrea Newe aaaectatloa.1
Dublin, Nov. fl. Richard Croker to
day, gave- out an interview adding- a
chapter, to his quarrel with W. R.
Hearst, and paid his respects to hla "
enemies in Tammany. He personally
corrected the Interview after It was
written. - . -
In 'reply : to quedtlons as to - whaf
caused Hearst's defeat, Croker said sim
ply: . .. - .., , "
"God Almighty." He added: "Hearst's
defeat is the Judgment of heaven, owing
to his scurrilous charges and ungentle '.
manly conduct of the campaign, his vili
fying of every one who did not hold hla
opinion. . - ..'
"Hearst referred to me aa a 'corrupt
politician." Then why did he visit me
In Wanage In 1(01 and Implore me to
return to the leadership of Tammany? -
awad of Sefaaottl. .
. 'Tim proud that he classes me with
Roosevelt, Belmont, Morgan. Root, Ryan
and the others he abused.'- Theae gentle
men have done more for New York
asleep than Hearst has accomplished
waking. Hearst Is a slave to passion
and egotism, and thinks he Is greater .
than the party.
"If Hearst had been elected governor
and continued the preaent plan of rais
ing class distinction and vilifying alt
who made the country what it la, he
would have brought sadder days upon
the . American people than they have
ever seen, ' His power to do this haa
not disappeared. Wo must be on guard, '
ana"Gdd heTpKmbcracy'Tf Hearst be
comes Its guiding principle.
"The Democratic party In In the hands
of the worklngman. Democracy must
down the trusts snd fight the enormous .
dividends on watered stock and prevent
the cornering of foodstuffs. .
Tlg-ht oa Clear Issues. -
"In conclusion, let me warn Demoo-
racy against personal vilification. Cal?
nmny never won political battles. The
flg-htja-On clear-cut Issues. Do not ao
cuss your opponents of crimes simply
because tney are your opponents. . If
you can't win fairly, don't stoop to fool
meana Don't deapalr at defeat If you
have retained manhood." '
ITSELF WITH WRECKS
(Joental Rpactal Servtea.)
St. Johns, N. B.. Nov. 17. A terrtfla i
storm Is sweeping the coast. Six ves
sels are known to have been wrecked
near here. . Off Charlottestown and St. - -
Martin's many small craft have beset
lost and numerous vessels are aot re
ported. . Ships flying distress signal
are-tebe ween alt along -the coast, with 7
msn lashed to. the masts. The life sav
ers are working like demons. It has so
far been Impossible to launch life boats
and efforts to bring victims ashore in .
breeches buoya have failed. . v
WAGES RAISED TENTH J
New York. Nov. IT. The ..National
Express company today raised ia ter
cent the wages of all employes receiv
ing leas than iS0 a month.
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