The Oregon daily journal. (Portland, Or.) 1902-1972, May 10, 1907, Page 1, Image 1

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Cannons Greet Arrival of Prince
;1 of . Asuras,vfuture King iof
; Spain-Great Festival Held
Be Christened Alfonso.
' (Journal 'Special Service.) .1
, oxi Madrid, May 10. Spain is aflame ; with emblems of joy
1 : this afternoon - The Prince of Asurss, beir to the throne of
Spain, was born shortly before J o'clock.; rtWtbia
utes the announcement flashed to erery point in the king
v dom where wires sre'StrtriaVV' .i.'.""! tf.'T
; As .the royal flag was flung to the masthead on top of
the palace, the guns in the fortress began to ooip a salute
to the sew monarch. . Every person in Madrid stopped at
the first shot 'and breathlesslycountedV ''.iy 7 ' "
Would the gunner fire 15 and stop, announcing a girl, or
.r . proceed to 21, announcing a, boy?. At 'the end of,thefif
teenthshot the great city's quietness was of the' grave.':'
'! Would the sixteenth comer ' t .
There was a moment of silence, broken by: a
roar, and. shout as the roar of all the oceans rolled into
one." the wave breaking on Gibraltar, rose from the city.
f The people did not wait to count 21. VThey knew, the
child .was a boy as soon as the' sixteenth gun waa fired.
Immediately-A.ll Spain broke into "revelry with .all the; aban
don of a Latin race." ., -' .' ,"."".-'
1 Queen Victoria's future happiness is assured. r Had the
child been a girl, the peculiarities of their' race would 'have
' made her husband's people turn animosity toward herNow
''she is the idolized queen. of their hearts. V'.;T -i "
. ' ! ' V TO BE NAMED ' ALFONSO. " '
' "' The babe is named "Alfonso and will so be Chris
1 . During the night, giving 'ffgnl jot the approaching" event;
messengers were dispatched to the prime ministers , and
: court dignitaries - who gathered , at the palace. During the
. early morning the doctors announced sthat thequeen' .con
dition was normal and satisfactory..; The king remained at
her bedside, and at 8 o'clock this morning canceled, a meet
ing lhe toHricit ministers. By 10 o'clock functionaries rep
resenting the power and nobility of Spain, were gathered in
apartments set apart foe the official ceremonies, The child
i was born at;J2:45 f p. in., and--the,, announcement irame
l. diately made to the assemblage. ' As soori as the child was
dressed it was placed in a little basket upon a golden salver,
v The king, bearing the precious burden presented his son to
, lr prtme-minister, wno-oinciauy an
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" Collier -was among1 the officials present
.-:!' ' Stately Ceremony. -
t r A Bpanlsh prince la ushered Into the
arorl w'.t'. Quaint Observance ana state
ly ernicflv, . When the coming of the
future king ot 8paln was expectea
... Mnthaa and nurses a In other house-
! hniie ware subjects ,of -paramount lm
portance. la the' present Instance, the
young queen of Spain had presents from
all directions, the laoies oi ner auupiMi
country ' especially, having forwarded
numerous robes richly ' trimmed V with
costly 4ace. Her majesty's own urse
Is an tfnglish woman; but the nurse Tor
the royal aby has been chosen, in ao-
' wratiM s with Boanlsh custom. . from
the peasantry ot the Asturtas.
. ". ' The Christening.
t, hratenlnff of an infant son of
the maejatles of Spain takes plaoeln
accordance with the dogma of the Ro
m.n rathoiio church, within one week
of the birth. The ceremony Is always
held In the private Jchapel of the palace,
and though ie Is of nomewhat limited
im.nainna. it la customary for a cer
tain portion to be set apart for the ac
eommodauon of the poor of the city.
mho are dmltted without ticket. Also
r,f thM oeoDle are allowed to
.ir. nn I noeitlon In the long galleries
"of the palace through which the state
knrialon naaiies on Its way to the sa-
flee. - The torn , uaea im uwaye
brought hither specially ior tne occa
from themonastery of San Do
mingo de Ouaman, and has been used
for the chrletenlng of royal ' children
Since the middle ages. t ,
rotrftoted Service. . - ,(.,
'It Is customary for the mistress ef
the robes to carry the infant, while the
nearest relatives, the sponsors, and the
representative of the pope, walk in front
-- and on . either side. xTbe ceremony, is
rather a- protracted one more espeei-
v ally In the ease of a prince, who, at the
close of the church function, has to be
invested with certain orders of chivalry,
this being carried out with much pre
acrlbed dignity.
On the same evening it is customary
to have a dinner party at the palace,
and gala performance at the' Royal
opera or State theatre. For this all the
' Mn aDoear In full Uniform or state
'i dress, and alt the ladies in full evening
rui: all wear any oraers o wmcn
hpv Snav be entitled, and there :1s
wonderful display of 4he Spanish ihls
torical Jewels, lor which th ladles Of
the country ara-noted. Many of theie,
' as well as mtclr of the lace of mantillas
and t?pes - oi irom in uhotuiu iou
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Mrs. Haywood and daughter have come frofir Denver to1 be near the defendant daring his trial lor com
plicity, in the Steunenberg murder. " From left to right; William D. Haywood, .. Miss V Henrietta ;' Haywood
aged IIS Mra.. Haywood; Mica Margaret Wesselmaa, trained ntirse; and Mlaa Vernie ; Haywood. Mrs. Hay-
Until Military Is Called
Cars Cannot Bo Run,
Says Calhoun as No
.Protection Exists "
Unionists '.. Claim ; Army ' Is Not
Needed and That Sofdiers Will
: Make the Situation Worse.
t Building Trades Council Asks
i Members to Preserve Order.
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Tom Johnson Daughter Leaves
Forefgn; " Husbahdi-Marriige
?Was ; Culmination of Love
Match Mayor. to ; Reconcile.
New Tork. May 10. Sirnor n-ederlco
Marlanl and his bride, who is; the daugh
ter of Mayor Tom I Johnson of Clere-
land. have already separated, i Although
married only little more than' six weeks
ago. Marian! l 'baok in his bachelor
quarters here. The cause of .the cou-
pie a quarrel could not be ascertained.
Mayor Johnson is here and u found
at the Manhattan club, but he would
not talk about hie family matters. It
Is understood that he Is endeavoring
to bring about a reconciliation. :. The
bride's mother la also in the city. ' She
was 1U when she left Cleveland, and Is
now in a sanatorium- here. '
The marriage, which" took! Mace at
the Johnson mansion In Cleveland, ; was
regarded as the culmination of a love
match.- Miss Johnson, who; had gone
on the stage, met Marlanl In'IUly. He
waa neither titled nor wealthy, but be
longs to an old Tuscan family. :,
City Council Will Ask County
Clerk ' to ; Open Registration
Books for Three. Days During
Next Week.
Voter of ' Portland are to be given
one more chance to qualify for partic
ipation In the municipal . election June
I.' A special meeting of the city counr
ell has been called by petition for Mon
day morning at 10 o'clock. At I this
meeting a resolution .will be passed, di
rected to County Clerk Fields and ask
lng that he , open the, registration, books
for Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday as
lata as S o'clock. ,;'v.-v :.';k--v.-....-. ? ,
This action of the city council la to
be. taken upon the request, of the Re
publican ' city central- committee, lih
officers and managers, of which are ar
oenuy desirous of seeing every resident
of" .the city qualified as a voter,' down
on the books of the county clerk. It Is
the plan to have the books opened as
soon on Monday, as the clerk can find
(Continued on ' Page Twelve.)
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TO !l! DEfE'SE
Shoaf, Writes of Progress of Case
i From Socialistic Standpoint
-Attorneys of Both Sides Well
Informed as to Talesmen. .
.nnlninii limir-Trn lo
of; .the
. - Washington, May lO.The
minister was 'first Informed
birth of a son to the queen by a repre
sentative of the Scripps News associa
tion, and ssld: "'' j ' s
V "What, a eont Fine!, rinet rine! I
: haven't received the news from 'any
other sources yet. - Is it really truef
Fine! It brings much happiness to me."
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Irkutsk., May iO.-A severe unttulat
Ins; earthquake was felt here at 6.30
0'clock this morning. ,
Tug and Tender Heather Facd'Gale to Res
cue No. 50 Frdm;the Cruel Rocks r.
'SjlK . ;?of North Head"' : ! !i
:; Offlcers and crews of the lighthouse
tender Heather and the bar tug Wall u la
proved themselves fearless heroes this
morning when they eroesed ,the vio
lently breaking Columbia river bar at
the height of a raging hurricane and
went to the rescue of lightship No. 60,
Which had been torn from her moorings
by the fearful waves and, was in danger
of going . ashore on the rocks that mark
the entrance to the river., ' . f
The breakers ran fully 11 feet high
and at tlmee It seemed as if the two
craft were to be engulfed by the foam
topped sea a , J. - J. Kelllher, lookout at
North Head, could see the vessels very
plainly from his station and he. feared
every minute that one or the other
would sink In the trough of the seas
for the last .time. Frequently they ap
peared to stand on end, only , a small
portion of the bow being visible above
the water. V 1 ' .-- w, ' - , , i
Zaghtlumse lm Saved.
It was o'clock when the craft made
the sensational run and Lookout Keill-
tr breathed easier when, lie -saw -them J
finally pass the last roll of foam to sea
ward. The 'lightship was tossing about
wildly about three miles from shore and
drifting in a northerly-direction. The
tug Wallula caught un . with her 'oon
after getting outside and is now towing
her back to her station about 10 miles
off the entrance to the river, -
TTie tender Heather Is 8tand!ng"by
ready, to render any, assistance neces
sary. ; It Is hardly probable that the tug
wiu encounter much difficulty In taking
care of her tow, however, because the
wind has died down from a 18-mile gale
to velocity r to miles an hour.: .
. $':-::;V"':- TbJUrA Breakaway; -1 -
-' This la the third .time that the Ught-
shlp has "broken from her moorings and
twice, sne went ashore, the. first time a
few miles north -of North Head. ".-That
time she had to be .hauled over the hills
into Baker's bay, Then she stranded on
Clatsop spit And waa considerably dam
aged. She was repaired and placed: in
commission again about six months ago.
'Continued on Pag Xwai
u"- "' By Oeorge H. Bhoafl"
' 8tff -Ootr. Appeal to Resara.) ' '
Boise, Idaho, May l0. -In a courtroom
liberally guarded bv denutles and Pink-
erton .detectives and with .only, a smalf
representation ef labor-i men .present.
Judge Fremont . Wood tat 10 o'clock, yes
terday morning r formally declared . the
beginning of .the trial .of ; W.rOi Hay
wood, charged- with .the murder of, for
mer-Governor Steunenberg. -r j l tJ, : '
There .iwas little, excitement- In or
around the -courtroom, and none, was
evident on the .streets or In the ' city;
Oyer all the great force: of specjal of fl
eers and detectives members; of the
miners' . union, or ' thelt ' , sympathisers
would have found It impossible to, make
demonstration; hAd. they been so In
dined. . i. --.y ,
The deteetlvet In .the courtroom -acted
under the direction of CL i. Thiol, as
sistant superintendent of the Pinkerton
agency;- wno m 'turn 'receivea ins in
structlons from James McFarland. T": '
When court adjourned at I o'clock
In the afternoon.. the, regular' "venire
summoned . for ' the ! case had been- ex
hausted and, a special venire of 100 men
was ordered summoned by Judge Wood
to appear, in court Monday, May It at
Class lines were' distinctly drawn in
the . examination . of the veniremen.
Every man was Questioned .regarding
his politics. Industrial calling and trade
union affiliations. ' The only man' who
openly expressed his opinion to union
labor and his belief in the guilt Of the
defendant was J. E. Tates, president of
the Bank of Commerce of Boise. ' Exam
ination . developed that, the majosity of
Journal 'Alleges That Federation .Official Served Time 'In Joliet
; ; for Robbing a Clothing Store Twenty Years Ago- Story Is
, i .Discredited, ..Though Alleged Details Are Printed Concern
ing Old Record," . , , ' vf I :
(Continued on Page Two.)
Chicago, May 10. The Journal: today
prints a most sensational statement al
leging -that -Charles H. Moyer, president
of the-Western Federation ' of Miners,
now on .trial at Boise for oompltclty In
the assassination of former Governor
Steu.nenberg. . Is an- - ex-convlot and
former-hold-up Man of this city. De
spite alleged details given by The : Jour
nal;' the ' story " la regarded as having
slight foundation' , In . fact and la , gen
erally discredited. It Is believed that
another Moyer'' waa 'the man described.
?The Journal" alleegs that Moye
served,' time ki Jolted prison from Feb
ruary' , 1880. to' January 4, 1887, being
sent, up from 'Chicago for burglary un
der She name of Charles S. Moyer, alias
Fred Baker. v '. ?"-. 'j ' -vy -
' After his discharge 'from prison. The
Journal alleges, be. went west and after
a penoa disappeared from public view.
reappearing- in 7 Colorado - as a - labor
leader- and eventually, becoming . preal-
aent 01 the miners', union. . ' . , '
'ml Alleged Prison Beoord. ife ''y; t
1; The ifflclal recrfrd, stales the Journal,
attJollet says; - "Name, .Charles ,8.
Moyer, ' No.' .lift. . sentenced from Cook
county Ihruary 4, 188; age. SO; height.
5 .feet t inches; weight,-168; complex-
Ion, medium, dsrk; color of .eyes,' haael:
hair dark brown; occupation, farm' hand
from- Iowa; 'discharged January 4; 1887.".
, The Chicago police bureau .of, records
says,' aceordlnr to the Journal;
.'December 5, . t Baker.- . Fred, F'aliaa
Charles Moyer; charge, . burglary and
robbery; sentenced January 16, 1S8S, to
one year. : -.-"..-.''' - -'.''".' -
AtrLake street solice; station . the reo.
Ordr of Friday, December' C 1886, say s
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me journal, sbOw. that' Moyer -was ar
rested ae C. 8 Moyer on four charges of
burglary,-' three of robbery, two of at
tempted robbery and-'one -of carrying
concealed weapons, Justice- White fixed
his feond at $1,000 on each charge,
and fined him 159 for carrying concealed
weapon. , - (
. 5 X eating Died la Vrlsoa.
Moyer was arrested by 'Policeman
Hartnett with one John Keating, against
whom the rams charges were made
Through eKating the police fixed a num
ber or noidups and burglaries .on Moyer.
The .'principal charge was the buralarv
Of Ingopr Lareen'a- clothinr stor at
Lakei and Lincoln streeta Mover, and
Keating broke into the place two weeks
oemre the date of their arrest and, had
attempted a .second burglary of ' the
same plaoe (the night, Hartnett caught
Keating died .a eonvtet rn f prison.
After Moyer:a release ., he went west,
keeping certain Chicago friends posted
of his success and' movements,' In let
ters 'from time to time telling of his
rise to the head of the miners' union.
. Zowa..: Conflnnatioa. . 1
The Chicago Journal correspondent at
Boone,. Iowa,; telegraph that Frank S.
Moyer, chief of police of Boone for four
years, now a conductor on the Boone
streetcar line. ;sald:, , "Tea.: I heard onoe
toat 'Charlie got intc trouble and waa
arrested In Chicago. The less that is
said -about It,, the better. - Charlie never
tbld 'me about it.--- -.-.----.
Policemen Hartnett. who made the ar
rest, its now police lieutenant la com
mand of the West Xke. street station.
Continued. on Page; Twelve.)
aoeraal Bpadal Bervfea f '
San Francisco, May 10. The usual
crowds of pickets and strike svm Da
tallers gathered in the vicinity of the
ear barns this morning and their frame
of mind waa not ef that ouiet and sub
missive nature that marked their con
duct Wednesday and Thursday. - -Ther
plainly showed they resented President
Calhoun's announcement that he in
tended to urge the governor to calf out
the state troops. , The union men claim
the troops are not needed -and that if
they are sent it will have a tendency
to Inflame the hoodlums who have no
connection - with -the union and whom
they accuse of being responsible for the
acte of violence committed.
The Oak street bams are again crora-
lsing to be the storm center. A crowd
of several 'thousand persons gathered .
there as early aa o'clock this morning,
bht the usual squad of police waa on
. OUrtlless lltaattoa. " ' . '
Although the--streetcar strike la as
far from settlement as ever, the gen
eral labor situation haa been consldfr--afcjy
elartfled by the eetlon of the build
ing traues council In adopting a resolu
tion calling upon the 15.000 men affili
ated with . that body . to assist In pre
serving order and denying that the
bricklayers, plumbers, structural Iron
workers and carpenters are nreoarlna- to
strike June J. The action of the line
men Is deferring their vote on the mat
ter of striking in sympathy-with the
telephone operators haa also heloed the
situation. .
Local retail trad has fallen off more
than 89 eer ; cent as a result of the
strikes, and reports from other eltiea
in the state indicate that the blow is
belna- felt ther. fjMnmanta Infn thl
elty show deplorable falling off la all
lines except building material, which is
being used as rapidly as It arrives,
showing that la the building trades, at
least, there Is no diminution, of energy.
Wants Troops) CeJled.
The conviction 1 growing that San
Francisco will be without streetcar ser
vice until the troop are called out So
far the onlv cars that have been moved
are four or five which were escorted by
a .large police force.. President Cal
houn says plainly that he 1 without'
power to resume service as the police
(Continued on Page Two.)
President of Guatemala Orders
Slaughter of Women and Chil
dren -Soldiers Commit Un
1 speakable Atrocities.
Boarding J House d Master ; Who
Kidnaped-sailor uiven; i
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Hfs Freedom.
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Jim White,', the sailor "boarding house
master, will not' jierve'Ume. He was
pardoned - this " morning j by ,(3overnor
Chamberlain, 3 The Chief executive waa
persuaded to let White roam at will by 4
petition signed by- a number of Port
landers, some of whtmi are be
quite prominent r ''," i "i.-:. ;,
White waa sentenced April 8 to serve
one year in the penitentiary for having
kidnaped C. 3 A. Buren, a sailor who at
tempted to evade the custom -then In
vogue here of being sold to the -bidding
skipper. Buren was one or three way
laid by the crimps, but the other two
tars reached the vessel, the British ship
Rlversdale, before the -mob could trap
them, L "... - -. - ,i
Buren Was. beaten Into insensibility
and carted away In an express wagon.
He was permanently Injured,' and for
a while It waa thought that his injuries
wonld terminate fatally.
Governor ; Chamberlaln'a pardon Is
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Jacac Y. LI;o, the rardoned Sailor
r .rdiwg iioub. .Man, ' v.:"
Must Pay Fine, but Will "Not
r Have to Serve. Year's Sert
tenet Imposed. ' -
conditional that Is to say White may
be compelled to serve the aentenoe any
time -should he fell to lead an exem
plary life and conduct his sattor board
ing house business In an orderly tnaa-
ner. . ,..-'.-:.-'".-.
1 Whit was the only ' one of three
boarding- house men mixed up In the
kidnaping affair who stood trial. . his
partners, "Mysterious BlUV Smith and
Harry White, a brother of Jame White,
paying -a fine of $250 each. Jaai"
White Waa found sruutv bv a -lurv in
Judge Fraser's court ' ;
The crime was committal
11, 150S, and on the 18th rf
month information f ,
of .White was con t
it coritinu-'! 10
if guilty " i" ;
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Puerto Cortes. Honduras, via New Or
leans, May 10. Refugees from Quat
mala, report that a atate of anarchy ex
ists In that country, that the whole re-
public is In a turmoil and that a bloody
civil war 1 Impending. According to-
American who have arrived here, the
Cabrera government is oommltttng un
speakable outrage' and atrocities. Po
litical opponents are being thrown Into ,
prisons, and some of them murdered.
Even woihen and children are not being -
spared. ' . - - L
The report aa reached here that a
whole family of 10 was massacred by
Guatemalan soldier near , Guatemala
city by order of the government Jo
Olevera, a Wealthy planter.' Inourred tbe
enmity of the government on account of
hlS political activity. When soldiers
went to arrest him he showed fight an t
the soldiers promptly shot him to d t't.
Every member of hi family was ihot,
alain. "Including hi wife. . .. .
Ablts Creesare. one of Cabrera v
tttleal opponent, who had an ef a i
near Llvlnsston, was tied to a i s
the middle of an anthill, his c!- r
stripped from hi body, and the !
danced around hi wrlthlnir f.r'i mi
polHonous tneeeta stw t r i t
tterugee report t t t . a .
ti Ia .LUllen c.r
and Marshal f .
Ol.ln, are In j
Chariri1 - ' h ;
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