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PORTLAND, OREGON MONDAY ' EVENING, JUNE 3, 1907. SIXTEEN PAGES.
PRICE TWO CENTS. JJ&t y-vPcTS.
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VOTE II NORTH El Wmjsm ;
Laie Will Cross River With Larger Major
ity Than He Had . Two Years Ago
; 5; jbhine, Worker
Sack" in Evidehce-Ffforts . Made to
" .t.'VVv f ' f 'Tf ' '
Indications point to th rooloetien of
Mayor Iaml r An tfn usually hoavjr tom
is bln(r cat-on tho Mit.olda,.' vboro
Ln la concooad.to. bo tHo forito-jf
a majoruy of tho votoro, wMlo In tno
'north ond, iHvlln'a atronghold, tha yoto
la llglir.? -wyf - -w-" !iWHt-.
;: orik-rt-aarry aoattarlnc ptolnet
on tb eaat Wa,- but an will proboblf
i croaa -tho rlvr irlth a,' majority 1artef
than ha had two yeara nto.- L aontl
mant la aapoclatly atrona In South Port-
land, In tho largo raaldonca district com
prlaod .In tha f if th war. and l WU
lamatta Ualghta povlln'a hopa, ao fr
' aa tha waat aldo la oonoornad, Ua In
itha north ond. In tha down-town pro-
clnoU -whtim tha lodging hotiaa voto la
" largo and In tho- Nob . H1U proclncta,
t wbera 'tha . Republican inajorltloa ara
normally vary hoavy. - J i
Haohlno workora ara at ovary polling
; plaoo, working doaparataly to got votao
i for Dovlln.- Tho aaek la vary much la
iarldonca. Every pnrohaaabla voto that
can. bo found 1 being lined up for tha
; Itepubltcaji candidate and In number of
caeea lna workera have been offered
money to deaert him and work for.De
' ; ';' took fak B1dama. ;'.
- A member of tha gralnhandlera union '
la authority for tha atatomont that f 10
! waa sent thta morning from the Repub
' llcan' headquarters to John Foley, tha
: president- of tha union. According to
; tha atory. ba money waa o be uaed In
swinging tha union to Devlin, but a
1 large majority ofJta members ara open.
; y for Lna. ....
Amona tha Devlin workera thera la a
, perceptible leaaenlng of eonfldenca, soma
ijaiie Money Made Eepublicans Iuiit Hole at Schiller's---"
Jiilly Seventy Thousand Dollars . Wagered on' ;
, V,; ' ' ' Eesult of Today's Contest v T'
r Law supporters- bad- tha Devlin
arowd bat off tha boards at noon today
gt Schlller-a cigar' atora. ' Sixth and
' Washington etreeta. For. half an hour
or mora prior to It o'clock t00 of Lane
money wea posted with no takera.
Later a. Davlln man accepted $160 of
tha sum and tha balance of 1440 atood
on tha board untaktn. -'
ConaervaUva estlmatea ptaea tha total
: - th result of todav'a
election at $70,000. At SchlUer'a' cigar.,
atora alone beta -aggregating Detweea
(40.000 and I4S.000 had been made- up
to noon. "
Many bets were made on tha aaat
; alda and -at various placea on tha weet
aide until lata in the day. .- These, to
gether 'with tha fortnna that waa
wagerajMoit SchlUer'a, will. It la aatt
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--BASIS OF INCREASE
;Qyr IN TEACHERS' PAY
'(Jooresl ipeelal S-rvtee.)
New Havenr' Conn:, June I. Publlo
School teachers of this city ara wag
ing a campaign for an Increase in
salaries and In Statement, Just Issued
by their a-tecutlva committee, is a par
agraph charging,- tho - prefeament In
advancing women teachers - haa been
baaed on modiste" raeasurementa and
beauty.'i lt .
m This sjiWm,- 4 tha atatemeot.
HOT;; mnxx. mvm
of them ( privately 'admitting that It
'looks. Ilka Lane.-. , Thl adsniaalatrWM
mado at noon today by one of tha promt
neat -llqaor daalera Who has been work
(rg'earnestly dr Devlin. a ;
'Betting Is fast and furious. At Bchll
wra; Devlin 'money has "been anapped up
eagerly. o eet nw-off ered. and durtag-
wioat or h- aar Laao money baa been
petted wRhout taJteya. ' " r ' .
Tt polls do not cloaa until T e'oloek
and - thera wilt doubUesa Jm avheavy
vote lato In the dav. " -.. t , '
i -A large part of the labor vote will be
eaat lata In tha afternoon and thla vote
will be largely for Lane.' In many of
the outlying districts also ' where the
residents ara chiefly people of moderate
mesne a heavy. Lane vote wlll.be xaat
lata In the day. Montavllla will-give
him an overwhelming, majority and In
tha tenth, ward. Lane; will run ' two to
one. '' ' 1 ..
sUghaat Tota tm JTortk Bad..
North and proclncta up to noon had
polled ; an exceptionally light vote.
Devlin aupportera assert that lata thla
afternoon tha vote will reach close to
tha total registration figure, while
Denoc ratio committee men aaythat be
cause there haa been no such attempts
to. colonise tha lodglng-houao and hotel
vote aa in former yeara, tha voto dur
ing tha remainder of tha da will con
tinue light. In consequence tha heavy
majorities claimed for Devlin It la be
lleved will be materially cut down In
three proclncta. --..
Tha heaviest vote polled In tha ten
derlola at 1 o'clock waa in precinct 10,
headquarters at .118 ; Burnaida street.
(Continued on Page Two.)
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mated, aggregate at least 170,000.
In alse the beta ranged from 1800
down. - Pew bta were made even aa
large aa 1(00. jt Sohlllar'a this morn
ing. : for-instance,, there was a large
erowd of betters composed largely of
laboring and . aalarled men, . Moat of
them were ataunch adherents of Lane.
On tha eaat aide' there . were , any
number of Lane beta offered thla morn
ing, but few .were taken. . Many even
odds bets on tha , east aide were made
during "tha latter part of last 'week,
but Davlln money waa scarce today. .
Aas a result, great pllea of Lane
money were sent across tha river to
tha weet alda th.a morning.-. Much of
tha money that waa bet on Lane at
Sohtller'a and other betting placea thla
morning came from the east alda. :
"puts teachers lipon' the rack of nerve
destroying anxiety," with constant con
sciousness ht her tenure of office la
dependent upon masculine whim. - Her
chances of promotion depend upon her
endowment of suavity., her beauty and
her modiste measurements, . , i
"Such a ayatam la as far behind the
spirit of every age aa wat tha at
tempted coercion of rellgtoue belief In
the.mlddla ages -behind the . modern
giorjr. t. w .rallgious, b-."
'"if VVnW1!- Iff
. r ? ; : ' t',y' HARRY
DIE INi FtAHIES
Sickening Tragedy Enacted
i.in Indiana Girl lterbrne t
t , Terishes in Tire.1" ; ;
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- . (Joarssl soeeUI Servlte.) -
Hammond, Ind.. Juno -A alckentng
tragedy waa enaoted at the little home
of Elmer Wagner last night, when; hla
five little children were -burned .In'
gasoline explosion. Bertha, aged 111 fS
eldest of the .little flock, waa burned Vb
death while aha was trying to save her
brothers and sisters.-. . Lllllsn. aged. t.
and Oawald, aged ara .fatally burned;
while Raymond, aged .7, and Orate, the
babywill recover. ' ' ' . : '-.
Tha mother. of the children . died a
few months ago, ' and . . tha' bereaved
father : and ' hla little onea have been
getting a9ng aa best they could by them
selves.. Bertha,- the eldest girt. Installed
herself as "mother to 4 he othevav do
ing tha cooking) and keeping house,
mending ajnd dressing 'the youngsters
for school. The father'a work requires
that' he ahould leave homo- early- and
he prepared his own breakfast. ' Tha
children arose later and Bertha waa
getting breakfast : for them "when the
gasoline stove exploded for soma cause
not yet explained, throwing tha burning
fluid over all tha children.
- For the week ending June 8 the advertising' showing for the
three daily papers of Portland was as follows;. ,
r ' " l, I .C i I V )'n Journal-' Oregonian, Telegram,
Loci r. :. . 1 1 .
Foreign . .....'....'.....
Z Classified and Real, Estate.'..'.
-v ' -I
f - The people of Oregon give
anu me live suvciu-a kiiuw-,
through which . to reach 1 the
Journal will more than double its pres$ facilities, thus enabling
X it to meet every call and demand for the paper, the facilities X
being taxed beyond their capacity at the present time, and The. X
Journal's circulation isheld dgfcr
X consequence 'r. 'A .,. ' ,
1 , . Recently.a PacifjQ Coast,Press
f handling of coast news,' was1 formed and the service will start X
e witnin six wttKS. i ne lournai
LANS.' 'frT A ' v V ':
iihnc iiJinrtEfi crip
llUUIV UtllULII I UIV
. i - ' aaaBaBaa-BaateBBaawBBMBBBBBsas''W-1
Twelte Thousand Dolianris
AtUlUVU W A A. W 1UV aVVaV
' tainment for -People. vf
(JoaraaY Speelsl Service.) '
PhUadelphla. Fa., June I When Rev,
Charles E. McClelUn, pastor of Fair Hill
Bactlat church.' suggested to hla con
gragkMon i last night that ''the t church
ahould be aurmounted by a roof garden
where a vaudeville show could be held
In warm . weather in order to attraot
men,, women , and -children to' gospel
eervloes, those. present manifested their
approval by subscribing I1J.00O for tha
project-'''-''- '" .-- '.''
' Fair' Hlir church Is la tha-heart of
Kensington,-' the largest mill oectlon, of
Philadelphia, 1 and its ' congregation is
oompoaed largely of .mill workera. ,
-"What I want ' thta church to1 pro
vide,' Dr. McClellan aald, "la an enter
tainment similar to that afforded "by tho
playhouses so we may furnish a sub
stitute for tha theatre. Too many of
our people find - church unattractive.
We must offer something to draw our
people - from v the playhouse, poolroom
and saloon. . Wo must afford , them
healthy , recreation. If ' necessary we
must supply free lurfch, which .attracts
so many men to tha saloon. . : ..
11,470 11,147 8,401 t
The. Journal generous support
i iic juuiikii iu .uc uic uaucr
people. Early in Aurnist The X
n to approximately 29,000 in.
ess association, for the exclusive
ucini tiic-univ vjtcstuii memDer
If you hav not yet voted, go. to th polls and vote for Lane for mayor. -- ' .
' . The polls close at 7 o'clock.:. -The- rush will be heavy in the last hour, therefore go at once."
. , Lookout for frauds I .Every voter has the right to challenge any person attempting to vote
who he suspects is not duly qualified. ;.
After the polls close, WATCH THE COUNT f ' ;"
. IMany of-the machine workers are utterly unscrupulous.
elect Devlin, See to it that loyal and trustworthy Lane men are on hand tonight in your pre
j einct to watch until the last vote is counted.. , . ;'V - , - ''
t Vote for IMne and Then Watch the Countl
Executive Cannot Be Head
.: of University as Long aa j
Elliot Is Alive. ' i
'V-. - , ;
. ' ",'':- v (loaraal' ' Bsedsl orrlee.) -'
Boston. : ' June , S. Tna-t Theodora
Roosevelt cannot TM prealoent.of Har
vard -inlveralty .while Charles W. WHot
aeairea to retain the -poattton was de
elared todity by Dr. Henry Walcott
nior" mora trerT of tha" "Harvard corpora
tion. Dr. "Waloott'av romark we- occa
sioned by the utterance of Mr, Rooeo
velt tn OetroU; to e delatratlon of Bar
vara men: ; .. .!
"In ' year and 11 months I expect
to be .an active member of the Har
vsrd orssnlsation." ,t "' -. .: I
This . was Interpreted by soma aa
meaning that Booaevelt - had lit' mind
some active connection with the uni
versity ' upon hla retirement from hla
present position. Dr. Walcott aald:
1 would not vote for Roosevelt's se
lection to head the Harvard faculty, be
cause he la not what you would call
art academic man. There la no possi
bility of his becomlns the president of
Harvard while President Elliot remains
alive or cares to hold tha position." -.-
Prealdent Elliot la pussled by Rooae
velt'a remarks. When asked by a Bos
ton newspaper to. telegraph hla views
on IV he replied:
"I can aee no possible explanation -of
tha president's remark In connection
with any active association with the
university. - . .
. "There la no present plan . tn eon
nection with be buaineaa -of tha uni
versity to which Roosevelt could have
referred, so far aa I know." ' , i
WEIGHT ACCEPTS JOB : !
FILLED BY YERKES
-,-...,', ,. i . - :.'"..' t..V
; '..'- (Joerasl tteelal Servlee.)
Washington. June - . Pearl . Weight
of New Orleana aocepta the offer to
become oommlaaloner of Internal rev
enue, vloa Terkea. Ha wlU take of
fice next December.
PARLIAMENT WILL NOT -CONVENE
I " .1 , f ; - ;
; ; v (Jeerael SpeeUI BerrVe ) ' V
London, June- I. Campbell-Banner-man
announced in tha house of, com
mons today that there will be no aea
aion of parliament next fall, i
OLD TAMMANY BOSS
-- WILL yOT BEEK SEAT
. -"-"tJuuiual Blrtfruii Service-)
Dublin, June I. Richard Croker d
nles that be will' enter polltlca and
seek election to tha houaa of, commons.
PLANS FOR ENTERTAINMENT
ORS H Ell DO N A R E COMPLET E
for ths 'entertainment
of Governor Sheldon. of Nebraska and
a body of business men- representing
.ti ..- M.want!l. enternrlsea of
II .(IV " - - - -
Omaha wero eompleted at the Commer
cial club tnis arxernoon or w1""""
representing; the commercial ooaiea o
thla city. t-
. in t MnoM left Omaha on
tho western excursion yesterday and
will arrive in trtiana sunwr
1-. t.. e iceit. -of the lsrs-e Omaha
da tiles, the banking and manufacturing
Interests rs repreaeniea nj m mm
person and several large Jobbing houeea
and other mercantile flrma ' are repre
aerrted by mor than one member.
' Bee An JDey , aaday. ,
. v. - m-- will -- riti-ins- mmt of
the day Sunday and will be provided
Wltn inrormstion nj in- rrCTiptmn com
mittee regarding the amusement placea
. . w I. , K . fimm . tk.
MUUU. .11 V 7 - u ' --- - - - . "
churches. Monday 1 they will be taken
oa aa excursion over ina turee Dig
JURY IS FILLED
BANKER EOFF CHALLENGED
Defense Uses Its Last Peremptory, Leaving Robertson, a
Friend of Steunenberg, on JuryRichardson Meet-,
jing Defeat in Efforts to Disqualify Talesmen. ; .',.1; :
(By Hugh CKeill, Special Commissioner
for Denver Poet and Oregon Journal-
Boise. Idaho. Juno I.---vllllam D.
Haywood walked Into court this morn
ing at 11 o'clock with a slow step. His
face was colorless.'' John Murphy, at
torney of the Western Federation., waa
waiting for ' hlra. They aat" down- to
gether. - None of - Haywood's defending
ooui-tsel were to tho court. , - r
. . yuage Fremont wooa . toosea . k. in.
vacant table uaed by, defending counsel
and asked where the defendant a coun
sel - wars. . Borah and Hawley looked
serosa st, Haywood. ' There waa a mh
ment of curious silence following the
the court's citestion. ' It occurred to us
that tha UtUe troubles between defend
ing connsel . had . developed violently.
Then, Thomas Cahalan. on of Haywood'a
It attorneys, walked In and aat oown
In one of the. chairs that ara backed up
against the seml-clrcular railing. . He
never alts with counsel at the table. '
Sefease Attorneys Zas. ':-";
"Mr. Calahan," aald the court, "where
ara defendant's - attorneys' Calahan
looked at John Murphy and William
Haywood and hesitated. The court re
peated, the question,
-1 don't know wbera they are,", said
Mr. Calahan. Then Peter ' Breen of
Butte City walked In and sat alone, four
chairs from Calahan. Ha baa come to
"help".. Haywood, but he haa not yet
been admitted. Into the counsels of the
other 14. After he eat down three was
another ' pause. John Murphy moved
away from Haywood and -joined PeUr
Breen. Haywood- st - alone, -one - arm
thrown over tha back of hla chair, his
head drooping, staring at the floor. He
seemed to be a solitary and disconso
late figure. For tha - Drat time there
waa something about him, aoma aenae
of loneliness, that appealed to the aen
tlment of pity. Peter Breen folded hla
muscular arms, hla threatening ayea
snapping.- He looked ' a ' txtent. In
domitable. flghUng man.
Freemont Wood .turned to tho sheriff.
"Telephone -tot counsel for tha de
fense." ha said. The sheriff moved
away to obey tha order. The silence
waa Intense. Then John Nugent walked
in alone. Richardson followed him.
parrow followed Richardson. - Edgsr
Wilson did not appear. It la tha third
day of hla absence. , Tha tardy coun
sellors aat down and the court called
the Jury in. . , ,
Tho episode waa trifling, but signifi
cant. Then followed one. of the sur
prises of tha case. "Alfred Koff, the
last Juror to be called on Friday, waa
examined by Borah and passed.
. He Is. a wealthy man and a retired
banker., It was taken for granted that
Eoff would admit so much blaa that tha
defenaa would be able to disqualify htm
easily. Richardson undertook hla ex
amination. .He challenged him for im
plied blaa and tha court denied the chll
lenge. " He chalenged . him for direct
blaa and tha court denied that challenge
aa well. And It waa Richardson's turn
to feel Borah's uppercut Richardson
asked Alfred Eoff a question that waa
vague in Its terms about his feelings
concerning the Western ' Federation. ,
. ."I object," said Borah, standing np
Nebraska Governor and Party to Arrive: Sunday Morn
;';.iiiffWill.lxi Shown thcrRpse'City on Three Spe-
cial Cars and Given a Reception. ; -; ;
excursion cars having been engaged for
this purpose- -,.', r v-. , ,
At I -o'clock a reception and dlnnar
will' be. given tha-. party at tha Com
mercial club, the excursionists leaving
for the south at t:l o'clock. It waa
planned first to offer tho Omaha party
a breakfast Sunday morning, but that
favor waa declined by tha party be
cause of the atrenuoua week preced
ing. -Tha reception' committee will
keep In telegraphic communication with
tha excursion party, so that none of
tho. big plana for Its reception will be
forestalled om aoaount of delays.
.' ' V' -v.-. . ; '
- ! .
They willj.resort to any fraud to
and emtllng at. Richardson. ; Richard
son iiusnea. -. , "-7- . .
"Very "well, object,';" no ajiswra4
sharply. "That la all you can do."
"Well." aald Borah.' "I do object. If
your honor pleases." t ' -; . " . -
"Tha . court upholds the" objection."
said Judge. Wood.-. "You must put your
qsestlons more specifically, Mr. Rlch-
TAlcherrfeA, ttmtftrf1 v. I Ana
newed his challenge for direct blaa, and
again the court denied the challenge.
Haywood conferred with Richardson
uK-,vai.(,iB "W.UVII eiier qvmi9n.i ai.
fred Eoff answered; them all quite frank
ly, and i-the end Richardson had to
admit defeat. Alfred Eoff. ex-banker,
qualified as m Juror. . . ; , ; ..
Then tha defenaa seed Its last peremp
tory on Eoff instead of Robertson, tho
aea ted friend of Bteunenberg. "
.- O. V; Sebern, ranchman, aged St. was)
called In. - hla place, examined by tha
prosecution ' and defense. - and passed.
The Jury. waa filled before 11:30.
Word was given out by- the sheriffs
office thla morning that William D.
Haywood, eharged with tha murder of
Governor Frank Bteunenberg. waa suffi
ciently recovered from his collapse of
Saturday to attend court again this
morning. Yesterday ha took a light ex
ercise 4n the lawn of tho Jail yard both,
in me morning and afternoon and last
night The alrpt well. -, -.
BURNS TO DEATH
Westinghouse Electrical Ex-
; pert Meets a Horrible ;
;; ; Fate in Montana. ' V
iB-enii rnspefra te .Tbe turn est. f
Helena, Mont, June I. Detecting tbe)
odor of burning flesh three quartera of
an hour after Charles BpthweU of Ni
agara Falls, New York, a transformer
expert for -tha Westinghouse company,
had gone' Inside of a transformer at tha
power plant of tha Helena Power Trans
mission company at Lake Hauaer, tha'
tender made an inveatlgatton and found
Bothwell unconscious. He waa taken
vu siu uini a tew minutes later, lis
had coma In contact with tha lightning
circuit of tha plant Hla homo waa at
Niagara Falls, New York. He waa sent
but a year ago by tha Weattnghouao
people to supervise the Installation of
machinery at tha new plant,' tha second
largest In tha world. Ha was ) years
old and unmarried. An uncle la aald
to bo a prominent member of tha Weat
tnghouao firm. Tho Odd Fellows lodge
at Niagara Falls, to which ha belonged.
baa been notified or Die death.
An especial effort will be made dur
ing the stay of the Omaha business
men In Portland to give them a cordial
weloome. The committee is anxious to
Impress tha party with Portland so that
when they will have gone they will re
member Portland distinctly among il.y
many cities visited.
. Portland'a roeea will be in th'r f
beauty. - It la planned to cor--
Nehrnakana to carry bark to t
a real conviction that Fore
"Rose-Cl t.V and t-e e r
WlU follow tn t 1 t
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