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.. the Oregon', daily journal, Portland. Saturday evening, july is. i::
OFFICERS OF TnE OREGON NATIONAL GUARD ENCAMPED AT SEASIDE
ITALIAfJ f.lURDER TALE
,..; ,..,,;,,.,,. Wi in', i. -..f-U a ' ' '"'"Jtv.n
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City Attorney ' Kavanaugh
- Will Present One at Regu
lar Meeting of the Council
; Next Wednesday Sher
man Act Used as Basis. ;
City Attorney Kevanaugh will present
an anti-trust ordinance to the council
at tt regular meeting on Wednesday
next. Since the question wm first
raised the city attorney has been making
an investigation of the city pharter In
order o determine whether or no! the
power ia granted the eounoll to enact
such an ordlnanos aa 1 proposed and
aa a result of the Investigation-he has
come to the opinion that the power la
given and that the - city haa ample
-The Sherman aeVinder which all the
prosecutions against the federal truata
and combinations of capital have been
carried on. will be used aa the basis of
the ordinance now under course of com
pilation by Mr. Kevanaugh. Since there
, Is no state statute providing a protec
tion against the Illegal comblnatlona
auppoaei to exist In Portland the pro
posed ordinance will give the people of
the city a means of redress from extor
tion. - -.a...,.
The first draft of the ordlnanoa will
In all probability be completed by Tues
day next. There aeems- to be no doubt
but that the council will favor the In
strument aa more than half of the mem
bers have already - publicly algnifled
their sympathy with the movement,
Italian - Landed -in-County
Jail for Transgressing Im
' When Uriels 8am dees not -want a
foreigner to reside In the United States
the foreigner usually learns about It,
; aa can be .testified to by Giovanni Oagllo,
who was arrested at Tualatin yesterday
afternoon by a warrant from Waahlng
ton, D. C He was lodged In the county
-tall last nle-ht to be held until a board
of Inquiry can determine hla right to
be In the United Btates.
Oagllo landed at Philadelphia about a
year and a half ago, and got ashore
without bflng examined ty tne immi
gration officials. It Is on this charge
that the warrant on which be was ar-
When he was released from the Phila
delphia penitentiary Oagllo thought the
officials were through with htm, and he
. came to Oregon. He went -o Tualatin,
near Forest Grove, but learned soon that
the bureau of Immigration had still
further uetlohs to ask him. He will
be given a hearing aa soon as a board
of Inquiry can be convened.
Of EUDIN6 STRIKE
Reidy and Sullivan Reported
to Bent Outs With Presi
dent Sam J.SmalL . r
' tJoaraa! flpeetal Servtos.f
; Oakland. ; July II. Labor f Commlat
sloner Nelll and General Superintendent
' Jaynes and Assistant ' Superintendent
Miller, of the Western Union, went Into
conference at 'Western Union headquar
tera here this afternoon. -. There Is ap
parently littlechance of a settlement
'of the strike. President Small of the
telegraphers, has little confidence In
the negotiation coming to a happy end
ing. Although It Is denied by Konenkamp
the understanding at headquartera Is
that the feeling Is not the best between
Committeemen Reldy and Sullivan i and
President Small. It Is understood jthat
the eastern men are not analoua for an
. extension of the strike. ... ....:. ...
IS EXPECTED TONIGHT
(Joaraal Special Servle.) . ;"
New Tork,-.JTuly- 1-Presl-
' dent Anearn of the local telegra -
pbers' union announced I at" t
! o'clock that the local situation Is :
critical, and declared that the
' operators In' New Tork and Chl
4 eago are prepared to strike at a
moment's, notice,' and that radl
e eai action Is expected la the next
4 few boura.
NECK BROKEN BY ;
. FALL FR03I ROOF
--i: ,-. '
While shingling a one-etory house that
tie waa building toe himself .and bis
mother at Campbell and Church street a
in- i'wi aiuiii. viiib nrning, Tbomaa
McFadden. aged 24 jreara. fell 1J ff
lo in ironno ana pnwf nis neck. Mo
Kadden mam subject to spasms and whu
working on the roof was seised by one
or mem. tus momer ana a young man
who was helping to erect the hoose
were preeent wnen tne accident oc
curred. Tha body waa removed to Cor
oner jlniey unaertaaing parlors.
TWO NEW CONCERNS
Articles of lncorporttion of ths Con
ririi I'lle snd Fouipment company were
1 ;.-,i in the of I he of the county clerk
ihi) morning by Thomas Bllyeu. J. M.
k and V. M. Oregoryt cnpltal stock,
of Incnrporstlon of the WIN
!'intie .'oiiT r company were inea
in fi.a ,'" i-f the county clerk this
t,.ort i v- H. A. IMirgeaa, O. Burgess
and w. a. a; m.iuij stock, sie.ooo.
ua.t.sua eva m laiaaiiawl 11 f hllia J i ram
Cherry HU1 peniteatiary ror presenting ,",kVi.rt
fraudulent naturairatlon papers In at- R?-ln.Jn.thJ" iT,
oolonel McDonall, gtatt and line
Three British Boats Lie Idle
While Others Take
, -r Cargoes. ' , '
AMERICAN BOATS :
. COME FROM FRISCO
Foirlgn Vessels . Wail for Wheat
Shipmentar-At Same Time Other
Vessels From Bar City Will Load
" All Available Supply. f
-With three . British boats . lying . In
the harbor waiting for grain chartera,
tares American vessels are on tbeir way
here to load with grata and will prob
ably take out the bulk of the remaining
wheat In this port.
The British ships Tola and Dalgonar
and the British steamer Maori King
are -ridlne: . thelt -'anchors J. waltlngj for
charters. The Dalgonar is atlll die
charging Its cargo and la the only one
upon, which any activity : la seen on
deck. The Maori King, It ia etated. la
unsulted for lumber and In consequence
will not be able to receive charter for
a ahlpment of thla kind. Thla leavee
the three British boats all In the same
class so far aa anipments are wnwrma.
- At .the same time three American
headed thla way ana wnen
their cargoes or
that moat of the
in- be on board, The
I In ballast out of
Ban Francisco .yesterday tQi Portland
and will .carry grain , from jme port
The ship expected te . leave the Bay
City last Monday, but haa consumed a
much loncer time In discharging its
cargo-f eoal than waa anticipated.-
Two otner steamers sre en ruuie i
Portland to load wheat. The Johan
Poulsen, under charter to W. F. Car
roll, sailed from Ban franclsco yes
terday In oaliast. xne vessel wui ar
rive here the first of the weea.rne
steamer Casco wHl also leave San Fran
cisco Monday for Portland and will
take out the tnlra cargo oi. grain wnicn
she has carried from this port during
the past month. ' .
She left the harbor here with her
first grain cargo on June i, consisting
of 0 tons of wheat. , Her second ahlp
ment was made June -Jt. when she car
ried 200 tons of wheat and 1(0 tons of
oats in her hold. - -
? : RESOLUTE GOES ASHORE ;
Fonr-Sfaster lleavllf: Loaded With
.Lumber on the Beach..;"; -
(Spretal . Ptapatr to The . Jeamal.) ' :
'' Hoqulam, July IS. It la reported here
today that the schooner Resolute; -a
four-master belonging to - the ; E. K,
Wood Lumber company, went aahore
near Dungeness- while' trying - to-eall
out to sea. A futile effort has been
made by two tugs to get her off, anl
It is believed that her deckload will
have to be taken of f -before-ahe can be
floated. The Resolute is commanded
by Captain T. Smith, and carries about
40,000 feet of lumber, - . 1 -
j J ALOXO THE WATBiygBOST .
After discharging its cargo of cement
at the local docks, the British steamer
Stratbnalrn will go to Sound polnta -to
"TTie 'Columbia -"and Breakwater -will
both leave port at about the same time
Monday night, the former1, for Los An
geles and the latter for Coos Bay. Both
boats will, be heavily loaded and - will
carry a large number of. passengers. -The
Redondo, wWch arrived In port
yesterday. will f Iniah. discharging ,tts
cargo - at the Pacific Coal cpmpanya
bunkers today and will begin loading
freight for the Sound. Thla ia the first
round trip to be made by- the boat be
Boat tie and Portland. She will
have. on board a large consignment of
hardware goods for Alaska polnta from
the Mamhall-Wells Hardware cwmpany.
The freight wlM be transferred to the
Pleiades , at Seattle for lta s northern
trl,Fhe John Poulsen and ths Norwegian
steamer Henrlk Ibsen left San Francisco
vetterdav four hours apart. , Both are
enroute to Portland and will probably
enaaae in a test of speed against esch
other until the mouth of the Colombia
la reached. . . . ' . '
The steamer W. 8. Porter sailed from
Ban Francisco for Portland at o'clock
thla morning. She will put In at Monte
rey for a day before continuing ths trip
north. - " '' - r ' . . i ,
' r MARRVK IfOTES ." 'r ! -' ;-
ifnrta lulv if. flailed at T:1B a. m.,
steamer Elmore, for Tillamook! arrivsd
iown at 10:10 a. m., acnooner. . .
.unsmann. .. '. '
San Francisco, juiy ls.-roauea.
m.. steamer W. S. Porter, for Port-
tand, via Monterey.
Astoria. -JU1V H. arnitm
and left up at p. m.. atesmer AtUs
treat San Francisco; sailed at J:20 p.
m.. steamer ToeemltS. for San Pedro?
left up at S:S0 p..m.,' eteamer Columbia.
San-Franclaco, Julv II. Sailed at 2
p. m.. Norwegian steamer Henrlk Ibsen
rnu tr l.n.1 a M . m .Lam,, Inhun
Poulsen for Portland;' arrived at I p. m.,
steamer Cosia Rica and - tug Samson
Astoria, July II. Condition of the
bar l It. m., amooth; wind northwest,
miles; weather cloudy. ,
v Tides at Astoria today: High water
1:U a. m, 1.4 feet; 1:14 p. ro.. I t feet.
Low water l:a a as tmf. 1(1
N. m., S.S feet. ' . "
Walter T. Fresr. the new govecnor of
Hawaii, though born In California, be
gan hla education In Honolulu and has
passed mot of his life there. lis is a
poet as well aa aa eminent lawyer and
a judj-e. .... - ,i .
I Wm Asa
officer, who are participating In mane
Niece of Late Marshall Field
Is Freed From Husband
IVTio Abused Her.
: - tJooraal Special Serrlce.)
Chicago, July IS. Because she
the court-that her husband was cruel
to her and that at times ha treated her
Inhumanly, Mrs. Preston Gibson, niece
of the late Marshall Field, society
leader and chum of President Kooce
vell's daughter, Mra. ' Alice Longworth,
waa granted a divorce today. The de
cree Is of absolute separation and gives
Mrs. uibson- tne custody or ner cnua
for nine months of the year.
When Mrs. Gibson , filed complaint
against- her hueband-and -eKenr-a
divorce society waa amased. There had
been rumors of some little domestio
dlfllcultles, but these had been quickly
hushed and it was delleved that every
thing had beea amoothed-eveft
Mra. Gibson is an enthusiastic horse
woman and haa exhibited in all the
horse shows, capturing many ribbons in
the biggest events.
NO SIGNIFICANCE -
IN HIS VISIT
Boise Federal Attorney on Vacation
, Trlp Passed Through ' Portland
' Oiatted With Garfield.
. Norman M. Rulck of Boise, United
States attorney of . Idaho, . Is at the
Portland hotel on bis way to Seaalde
for. avacatlon. Mr.4 Rulck made;
point to arrive In Portland .today to
meet Secretary Garfield and Commis
sioner Bellinger.-whom he missed when
they were ia. Boise. ,,. :
' "lhere Is no significance to my trip,"
said llr. Rulck today. "I waa not In
Boise when the official party waa there
and have nothing In common save to
nay my respects. 'Although I will re
main in Portland tomorrow or Monday,
I will have no official business to at
tend to save routine mattera.
"The past four months have been very
busy ones for me and I am going to
Seaside to rest up."
When naked for an expression on the
Haywood ease, Mr. Rulck said the trial
is. being conducted In a fair, dignified
manner in which the defendant will be
accorded all the. rights granted by law.
He expressed no opinion as to ths put
coma of the. trial. Mr. Rulck was also
non-committal on the matter of Sena
tor Borah'a Indictment He -refused to
confirm or deny whether an indictment
had beea returned against ths - Junior
Idaho senator. - - ,
SAYS WIFE DRINKS ,
: v V WITII BOARDERS
-. '. .' I . . . .
Charging his wife, Emma Ousterllnk,
with being a groaa and habitual drunk
ard and with encouraging her boarders
to become drunk, Emil Ousterllnk yes
terday afternoon filed ' In the circuit
court an answer to the suit for divorce
begun soma time ago by Mra Ouster
llnk. Ousterllnk alleges that bis wife
shamefully -neglected her household du
ties, allowed the house to go for days
without cleaning and allowed thetr chil
dren to run about half olad.
Ousterllnk charges also that his wife
began keeping boarders about a year
and a half ago, served beer and other
Intoxicants -to- them, encouraged them to
become drunk, partook with them, and
when her husband protested, told him
she would rather put him out than dis
miss the boarders. He saya he Is still
willing to live with hla wife If ahe will
discontinue her - drunken orgies, dis
charge the boarders and provide a prop
er home .or himself and the children.
Ousterllnk does -not deaire a divorce,
merely asking that - his -wife's suit be
dismissed. Tne litigants were married
at Kewanee, Illinois, ..March. 1191. . -
ir eya rAii sr yv w a w -v r. a
V WON BY: PETER PAN
V (Journal Special Service.) : 'i
' New Tork, July II. Peter Pan
. wins, the Brighton handicap. Mo- '
Carter second and Montgomery
third. ; -. v
MAN AT MARSHFIELD
v KILLED BY- TRAIN
- (Speefal Dlepatek to The Joaraal) '
, Marshfleld, Or.. July II. A. W. Kelly,
a stranger here, was killed by a C B, R.
A K. train at T:10 o'clock this morning.
He had strayed from the hotel at Marsh
fleld. He had been acting qneerly for
several daya. A tram barely missed
him' last night six miles from Marsh
field. This morning he rose up In front
of the train at 'the end of the Davie
slough bridge, He was struck In the
cheat.. . .
STOEIIR'S FEARS WERE
On examination by various eminent
specialists It was found that Robert
gtoehr's fears that he waa losing hla
mind were entirely unfounded and that
he was Buffering onlv from a nervous
affliction of the muscles. - He was rec
ommended to take a course of treatment
at the Portland Sanitarium to rest snd
recuperate. Mra. Stoehr desired to have
the' Judgment of the county board
merely to reassure bar busbaad.
mm and ;aham battles. Photo '
Brave Defenders of the Coast
Send Hostile Fleet to
. the Bottom. ' '
GRASP WAR GAME
Grins' War Simulated So Folly That
Governor's Salute Is Broken Off to
Destroy "InTader Green Recruits
Make Veterans Take Notice. .. ;
i. (SpeclaL: Masateh. to The Jesrsal.).i
' Fort Stevens. July,l!.--Caught in the
act - ot running .the barricade at . the
mouth of the Columbia, ths attacking
fleet, represented by - ths government
tug Ouy Howard, was fired upon from
the fort and -the Judges declared that
the defendera were victorious ' in the
sham battle late laat nights - -The
Howard ran out to sea about II
o'clock and soon stealthily returned, in
an attempt to get through the ltnea un
seen. She waa diacovered by the
aoldlers at the forts and soon a ahower
of Imaginary missiles .were dropping
Great Interest Is being taken In the
mlmlo war which is being held at the
mouth of the Columbia river by the
regulara and Oregon national guards and
a number - of coast defense problems
have been solved by the maneuvers
. Ho Tins for skUnts Mils.
Governor Chamberlain.' accompanied
by Adiutant-General Flnser and Colonel
Jaekaon, - Inspected Fort -Stevens yes
terday." Their arrival was at a time
when constant attacks were being made
on the fort by imaginary aauadrons snd
their reception was exceedingly - infor
mal. 7 Even th governor s salute was
broken off in Ha very .midst, so that
the guns might be used in repelling aa
attack. - ' - m .
According to the rules of the war
game which is being played the defend
ers of the mouth of the river are forced
to repel an imaginary attack -with the
passing in or out of any ship, i The ap
proach of any craft ia the signal for
bombardment and mixed crews of the
regulars and militiamen manning the
f uns have sunk enough Imaginary ships
o wreck as.world'a power. -
The efficiency of the Oregon guards
men in handling the. big guna in the
forts is surprising to the regular offi
cers and the way. In which the "tin"
aoldtera take hold iof their duties la a
constant source of dellsht to the grls
aled old veterans la the rank. There
was some sneering and an air of lofty
auperiorlty on the part of, the regulara
when. the guardsmen first took quartera
at the fort. These have gradually van
ished as the truth haa dawned upon the
old troopers that the "klda" would put
up a fla-ht that would raise some dust
If they were ever called .Into aa actual
engagement.-- i; ..' ;..',,x.
WILL TOUR RESORTS
Pendleton Representative-Elect Says
- Everything Is Business on Other
. Side of Mountains. -
Congrtssman-r.-lfc-Bills of PeSdls-
ton Is at the Imperial for a abort visit
In the city. Mr. Ellis Is now on his way
to Newport for a short outing, but In
tends to make a tour of the various
summer ' reaorts and of Puget sound
polnta before starting for Washington
to assume hie duties in congress.
Mr. Ellis has Just returned from a
trip through' the interior and eaatern
nmn ,iltrtct and haa much to tell
of general conditions there, but little of
"There is no politics ever the other
aide of the mountains." eald the con-
areasman-elect. It la all business. I
xaiiM .not find anv nolltlcs durlna my
triD. but 1 could "find good lobs 'for
four or flv hundred men who want
work. Everyone Is hustling to get his
crops out of the war, but cannot find
men ennuah to do the work aa rapidly
aa It ahould be done. The abundance
of the crops, the prosperity of the farm
ers' and the scarcity of help are the
things most apparent on a trip through
-Judge and Mrs. Ellis will remain In
Portland until tomorrow night, when
they will leave for the coast lor a via!
of a week, or ten daya. . ,
ALLEGED WIFE BEATER
: TO PLEAD MONDAY
Henry Shaefer.' arrested for beating
his wife, was arraigned before Judge
gears In ths circuit court this morning
on the a-baree ef assault end battery
t(. was allowed until Monday to plead.
A determined effort Is being made by
the district attorney's force to convict
Shaefer and have him aentenoed. to the
whipping post. - -
INJURED BY FALL
. An unknown Chinaman, In trying to
aliaht from an eaatoound Washington
street car this morning at 10:10 o'clock,
r.ii ant struck on the back of his head.
rendering him - unconscloua The man
was taken to the Good Samaritan hos
nltal in an ambulance, where he is
hnverlnar between life and death. A
number Of Chinamen went to the hos
pital thla afternoon to try to identify
the man. . , . ; ....
by Frank W. Woodfield,.Aatoria.
ARE NOT F
Oak Grove People Say Rail
road Charges Too Much
for Transportation;: -
';.: ; '-:
(Saeetal DU patch to Thf JoaraaL) L, ,
Salem. Ore.. July II. Alleging that
the rate between "suburban polnta and
Portland; are excessive and discrimina
tory, B. Lee Paget, president of ths Oak
Grove Improvement association. ' in be
half of 160 members, has called . the
state railroad commlsaton'a attention to
the fare charged on the Oregon City car
line between Portland and Oak Grove.
He atatea that a strong petition pre
sented to the company by a- large dele
r it Ion of cltisens haa been without
company practlcally - admitted -tous.
said Mr. Paget,-"that we were at a die
advantage In thla respect aa compared
with other loealttlea."j -
- The - complainant - alleges-, that . Oak
Grove la situated one and one-half milea
beyond Milwaukle, the casn rare perns
16 cents without transfer privilege and
the reeult la that the round trip to any
point in Portland to which It la neces
sary to tske a car from the center of
the city eoeta 40 cents, while - 20-ride
coupon tickets- can be-purchased -from
Portland to thla point for 11.70, or 1
cents. A ride on these doee not allow
transfer privilegea. which again indi
cates discrimination. . ........ .. ,i, :
TRANSFER ilECORD WAS
More Than .Fifty Thousand a Dollars
. In Sales Recorded for the First x-
. " Time This Wrtcrr.j
Tbs total value of transfers flled. for
reoord yesterday waa $64,111. which was
the Drat day during the week that the
$60,000 bad been reached. -i
The largeat realty sale reported yes
terday was that of a sO-foot lot on the
sou In west corner or irving ana riieenin
tMfa nnnthn bv. a Mldent Af thT.... - 1 1 nAV-a that unon calling
upper Willamette valley from Mre... r- panton's office yeaterday after
Katherlne McOrath for $11,600. The aalon to ,ji,cuss the chargea of unprofes-
waa made through the agency of C K.
Henry ar Boh.
Hattie ana Julia buck nava purcnasea
from John J. Hawes a tOxtt-foot lot
on Flandera street, between Twenty-1
flret and Twenty-second, for $8,800. ; H
M. U. copper naa purcnasea, irom J.
L Klnci.de Three lota on East Yamhill,
between Rast Twenty-third and . East
Twenty-fourth streets, tor $1,400.
w. l. purdv naa sola to m. a. maun
ders, a quarter-block on Vancouver ave
nue, near railing street, ror sz.uuv.
The Walter Hardy residence at Fir
land. Mount Scott, has been sold to H.
K. Noble for $1,600. --
Swift A Co.. . have added 10 acres to
their Peninsula holdings by purchasing
the Truman "tract for which $160 an
acre was paid.- Thla purchase gives
the parking plant an outlet to Colum
blt boulevard. " -- rr,
WELCOME TO GARFIELD
ON jKLAMATH PROJECT
People Win Make the Most of r the
t - Secretary's Brief Stop on Hla
Inspection Trip. ' '.:--.-'-,
' r '
-special Dtepetek The JhhI.t-
' Klamath Falls. Or July . -The peo
ple of the Klamath project are prepar
ing to weldome Secretary Garfield. He
will enter. Klamath county from Med
ford. visiting Crater lake and the Klam
ath Indian agenoy. --
A gasoline launch left this city yester
day, Its owners contemplating hauling
It to Crater lake, where INcould be In
readiness for the secretary's visit Com
mittees from the Water users' associa
tion, tho InlanrEmplre club and the
chamber of commerce will meet the sec
retary at the upper extremity of Upper
Klamatli lake on the afternoon of July
19, and conduct him to this city. July
10 will be spent In an Inspection of the
federal reclamation project, and a pub
llo reception and banquet are planned
for the evening of the same day., i..
DREDGE OPERATIONS 7
OBSTRUCT TIIE FERRt
There will be no ferry at Alblna for
at leaat a week because of the opera
tions of the dredge operated by the
Port of Portland commission. The big
dredge haa been moved up the river,
where the cable of the ferry Mason
interferes with Its operation, and the
eounty waa notified that unlees the
cable waa taken v out the dredge could
not be used. The cable haa been taken
out and the ferry will remain tied up
to the ah ore for a week.
Senator Fulton la st the Imperial for
a ahort visit in tne riiy. nenator r unon
haa returned recently from a tour of
the Interior part of the state where he
haa been in the Interest of hla candi
dacy for rennmlaatlon on the Republican
.. . . a . I T ' 1 , . Ol.(.. t
iicitei lor in """u . -jon-v-
Frank Curl, of Pendleton, manager of
Kerr Olrrord at ;o., ior mat oiiiriri is
at the Imperial for a short business
visit In the city. Mr. -furl etatas that
the wheat crop of the Umatilla country
promises to be the largest of recent
'"homae Thompson, a well-known
wheat farmer, horseman and business
man, of Pendleton. Is at the - Imperial
for a, short business visit
la the clt.
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BELIEVED TO BE HOAX
- "T-7 ; T " .
Nicodemo Claro, Self-Conf cssed Slayer o( Ills Sistcf -In- '
Law, Still Incarcerated in City Prison Kb Reply, to
';Cabegram Sent to Italy Advices Awaited. V .
v ...'. i i" 'i i -,. "V .
Ntoodemo Claro, ths self confessed
murderer of NusS Bluggesl. bis 19-year,
old sister-in-law, whom it Is alleged he
slew in Mammola, Italy, on January 1,
and" who was arrested early yeaterday
morning by Captain Bailey and, Sergeant
Johnson upon Information furnished by
Giuseppe Bluggesl, the brother of the
murdered woman, Is still Incarcerated
In the olty prison pending action by the
t'nlted States Immigration officials snd
the. Italian " government.
. C F. Candianl.-the Italian consul-general
In this 'cltr.' cabled to tho chief of
police of the province of Cossenta yester
dsy for confirmation of the prisoner's
story that he la wanted for murder at
Mammola. Up- to noon today no reply
had been received to the messasa and
the rumor that Claro and hla friends
are working a deep game to aecure his
return to Italy at tne expense oi
covernment will not down.
Amenable to AUea Iw. " v
''As far as the government officiate
are concerned no proceeding toward the
return to Italy of Claro on a charge of
murder will be taken. - According to hla
own statement Claro entered this coun
try surreptitiously as a stowaway and
la amenable to the Law of 1101 dealing
with aliens who effect sn entry in this
manner. '. v : '- ' '
The local Immigration authorities are
awaiting Kadvlcea from - Washington
relative to the calling of a special board
of Inquiry to inquire Into the matter.
Unlike criminal proceedings It is inoum-
STATE CHEMIST, SAYS BAKERIES
, Bert PUklngton,- sUte obemist In the
employ of the Pure Food and Dairy
commission, is exsmlnlng colored cakes
sold by different bakeries in the city.
A large number bave found their way"
te the. laboratory on lower Washington
. . . ,i i.M.(t..H-n -haa-been
Vogn "leUor i numbeT-ofr-weeka.4eeedlng unctos- Mr-PUkington.
Prominent Member of Medi
cal. Board Examiners to
1 ; Stand.Court Trial ,T .
. Dr. A, C PSnton,' chief surgeon' of ths
t-.li.. n.n.. Uiht A Fewer sotn-
oany a member of the board of aedioai
y" .. . . ' . i I
examiners, and one or tne saoe P
.n ntiv.ieiana In the city, waa taken
Into custody yesterday ftrno?nJ
Berreant Kobson on a warrant charging
him with assault and battery issued upon
wSpTalnt of Dr. J. D. Ky. ajorm.r
member of the staff of the Great Far
don's "medical experte," - -
Kelly, woo reoently appeared In police
court unon the arrest ox eri-"
JBeth Wolls for practicing meaicine wiui-
aional conduct loagea ,J"T
ltt(r without provocation brutally beat
Wn' j, ""..",. veiiv with
would "fix hinV and-be-wP?"
knocked KeU to the floor with a blow
on th law. In falling Panton . avers
that Kelly's head struck the corner of a
safe In the room, causing a small scalp
wound, and his fingers were also
lammed In the aafe door. Fred Wise,
Dr. Panton s office assistant, corrobor
ates the story told by his employer.
Dr. Panton was released upon depoatt
of $100 ball and ths case will be lieard
In municipal court Monday morning.
Mra, Kelly who accompanied her hus
band to the office, claims that ahe at
tempted to force an ntrancety the
room where the trouble occurred but
was unable to open the ooora.--, ,
Dr. Kelly was connected with Fer-don
the medical faker who was forced to
leave Portland about three weeka ago
ifta? having been tried and T ted
In police court of practicing medicine
without a license. .. "'1.L !5?
testimony adduced at ths trial, it, is
understood that . Steps wars taken to
have hla license revoked by the stats
board and it waa In regard to thla mat
ter that ha called on pt. Psnton yester-
Dr Kelly brought to The Journal the
following written statement:
. "In Justice to myself, I ask the pub
lication of my 2nnTCtton.,7'" r;a2n
and the unprovoked assaults on me by
Dr Panton. I but recently arrived In
PortSnd f rom an eaatern atate with the
Intention of locating, in some jpart of
Oregon. I came across Fer-don'a ad in
.d.lly paper while looking for a lo
cation which is often found . In tboas
TOIr.led n-on Fer-don and he informed
me that be waa going to open offices
to be run on the lines of the St Ixuiis
fceople who have employed a regular
physician who Is registered In that atate
for yeara and ia not molested by the
examining board. Upon -this information
I took, the position but left him after
the nrst week and before he had been
expo aed as I found hs had deceived
me and was a fraud. ' '
"Thla fact of me quitting him after a
few days and from my own investiga
tions V believed would be sufficient to
satisfy the board, hence mv call upon Dr.
panton, but. when I asked him or the
facts ss to what had been done by the
board In my case he began calling me
ih rnnit abusive Inne-usae he could
command. Then I said, 'doctor, are you In
you at your of flee that dlepleasee'yout
Instantly he became a wild man He
locked the door and made a rush at me.
When I saw he waa bound to attack me
I Informed him It waa no honor to him,
a big healthy man. to attack a sick man.
as I have been under a doctor's care and
very sick for nearly two montha. .
"Thla aeemed to please him. for he
struck me on the back, of the head and
knocked me down and struck me time
nri n. coverina me win moou.
When I got On my feet I started for the
door but he stepped in front of me and
with eyea flashing sajd your life Is In
mv hands and I feel like killing you
right- hare." I believe had it . not Been
for my wife pounding on the door de
mnnding admittance he -would have
killed me, . . - '
StOW SHOT OF GIANT
KILLS 7. W. THRASH
(Spedat Dlapalrk te The Journal.
Marshfleld, Or., July 11. J. U. Thrash
was killed at One Mile lake by a dyna
mite blast late yesterday afternoon. He
had aone back to examine a blast that
had a- slow fuse. Ills body was blown te
I fragments. - v, s
" w ', :
bent on Clarq. to furntsh proof of hla
legal entrance to the United States. If -he
Is unable to do this the board can4"
bold that he la illegally In the country
and hla -deportation to New York will
follow. ; .
- If thla action Is taken It Is the plan
of the local consul general in the event '
of a cable from Mammola that Claro la "
wanted, to have two gendarmes take
the prisoner into custody upon his ar
rival in New York. ,
,-. Too' Willis to Betnra.'
A peculiar feature of the case and one' '
that seems to strengthen the theory
that there Is something wrong Is the re.
r .or ted statement that Claro this mom- '
ng, although reiterating- hla confession
of yesterday, declares that be la per
fectly willing to return to Italy, as he -will
have no difficulty in proving that
he did not commit the murder.
It is' understood from a reliable
source that Bluggeat; whoae sister Claro ''.
is said to have murdered and'vaho In'
formed against him, baa been stoJtedi
out of town by friends of the PrlsoWvL
According to one of .the Italians who aO-V
companled him to the statloa.yeaterday,
Bluggesl expressed a fear that If he In
stated in prosecuting Claro he might be
aaeaaslnatnd by the Black Hand or
some similar organisation existing la
Italian provinces. , .
. There haa been some talk of Ins ti tut- '
Ing. habeas corpus proceedings In the
federal courts to secure Claro e release,
on the ground that be la held without
due process of law. No action along
these lines has been taken aa yet, but
an attorney haa been coneulted with a
new to freeing-the prisoner. ...
- Prosecutions will undoubtedly foTlow
and some of the largest and beat known
bakeries In the city will be charged wttb.
using In cakes colors that ara injurious
to the healths
Commissioner Bailey at present la ill
and actions csnnot be brought untlfha '
recovers sufficiently to resume- work.
However, the laboratory work is- pre-
Willis Dewey Contradicts
Story Told by Haywood
:r Witness. -
By John Nevlna. .,
Boise, Ida, July llAt ths afternoon
session of the Haywood trial - Judge
yxrmjt Ih. ibnwlM. that
Wood admittad U reoord showingthat :
O'Neill, editor of the Miners Magaaine,
under the name of John Mj.Hogen. waa '
oonvlcted of the murder of a fellow
miner in Dakota, in 1880. -The jury ren
dered a verdlet of "guilty of - man
slaughter In the aecond degree, with a
recommendation of mercy." O'Neill was
aentenoed to one year and six months in
rolt prison, -wnic
: nrlnon. .
ilch he served.
Rot Klnrsberrv Wallace, clerk ef the
Federal Smelting company. Identified tha
reoorda of the company snowing . tnat
Orchard worked aa a miner la the Tiger .
and Poorman mine in 1600. A number
f unimportant witnesses along thla line
were examined but little new waa da- .
Willis Dewey. -now working at the
Vindicator, swore he was In the union,
hall at Uera. April 1. 1801. when W. F.
Davis handed out guna and ammuni
tion and told them they were going to
blow up the Bunker Hill mlU at Gard
ner. . Davis, he swore, gave the order,
after they . left the train, for all men
with rifles to go In front Davis waa
at ths front of the entire matter, ue .
swore, thua contradicting Davla who de
clared ha did not participate in the net.
LID NOT ON, BUT ; ;
- . THREAT IS MADE
" "iSpMlat XHepatch bTTWJearaat)""
Aberdeen, Waah . Juiy IS. Nothing
haa been done by the city . eounoll -towarda
putting the lid on hare, al
though it haa been decided that the re- .
strlcted district must eonduot itself In
a more seemly manner In future. The
council Instructed the ohlef of police to
do all things necessary to improve eon- -dltiona
in that locality and to notify
... 1 A . . ntl... Mmtm that
must obey the law or lose their lioensea,
. DROWNED AT HELENA' :
1 ' ' (Bpeelal DUpetck te The Joaraal) ' l
Helena, Mont. July 11. Graduated
from . the University of Minnesota last .
June and coming here three -weeka ago
to accept a position with the Missouri
River Power company, R. M. Hoagland.
of Mlnneapolla, was drowned last night
by being swept ever the dam. Has body
haa not been recovered. - Hoagland was,
assisting In placing flash boards on the ' .
dam when he .fell Into the river. - Hia -father,
Roger Hoagland. has been no- ---titled.
- : ,
NEW. ATTORNEY IN
- LAND GRANT CASE L
- - (Washlaatoa Bureas ef Tee Jotn-aal.) v-
, Washington. July 11. Attorner-Oen-
eral Bonaparte today appointed A, Mo- ;
donald McBlalr special aaatatant attor
ney-genernl to lnves(.iffnte the . Oregon
land grant case. In addition to B. D.
Townsend, assistant federal attorney of '
North Dakota, who la how engaged in
Inveatlgatlng theae cases, -
: FRANCHISE EXPIRlC
, - ' (Roerlat Dtopatefe to The Jeamal )
Astoria. Or,, July 1$. Ths franohlae
granted by the city council about two
months ago to S. D, Adair and eaeo- '
elates for a streetcar line over the hill
to a connection -with Young bay draw
bridge and on to Warranton, Flavel and
Fort 8teven-has expired through ths
fallure Of the Interested parties to ac
cept the franchise In wrltlne and de
posit the $1,000 forfeiture required, by
.ue ordinance, . - - . , -k. -'
..; Fisherman Drowned. T
(Special Dtapatek te The Jnarnat.)
Astoria, Or.. July it. Charles A,
Anderson, known aa '"Steamboat" Ander
son, a fieherrnan, was drowned Thurs
day night through falling from a scow
in. Cathlamet bay above Tongue point
Tha body recovered. It Is reported
ha had between $1 000 and IJ.OrtO de
putlted with a Portland saloonkeeper,