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VOL. VI. NO. 122.
PORTLAND. OREGON, FRIDAY, EVENING, JULY 28. 1907. EIGHTEEN PAGES.
PRICE TWO CENTS.
oi? mm awn rrwt
i anna, tm cm
oner May Act as 'the
lef Counsel for Goyernor
Glenn in Railroad Bate
fuddle Which. Is Agitata
ihg North Carolinans.
Railroads Are Considering
Ultimatum Issued From
Raleigh Yesterday by the
- State's " Chief Executive,
' .,; but Hare Done Nothing.
(Toersal gptetat BerrVreJ
Washington. Julr .. William i Jen
nings Bryan mar be drawn into th
North Carolina rata muddle aa advisor
' to Governor Glenn, unless some "settl
' ment la reached today. The Commoner
la well informed on the potnta involved
and la In a poaltion to lend a great deal
of aaalatanee to the atate official In
thetr fight against federal control. , .
Bryan baa had practical experience In
matter almllar to the fight between
Govamor Glemi and Judge Pritchard.
.Nine year ago be represented h atate
ef Nebraaka In the United State au
prem court In a Terr almllar caaa. He
- lost the case,' however, the court en
joining the stats tranaportatlon board
- from enforcing the rat law. which had
-" been passed by the -assembly.-
" AshevillVNT C July ieX-Offlcial
f the Southern Railway are oonslder
. Ing the ultimatum eubmlttcd by Qor
ernor Glenn tout have not announced
what aotlon they- will ; take. When It
.Zwss seen by the governor that the con
flicting part lea were . drifting farther
"nf further apart with no hop for set-
-' tlement he suggested a baala of eettle-".-roent
to Auliiint United State DIs
i'trlet Attorney -Ed ward T. Sanford who
immediately wired It to the atat ao
7 llcitor h.ere, The governor- proposi
' Uon 1st - ; - ;
That the S4-cent sat can -be put
Into effect at once by the railroad until
a final legal settlement, the atate to ap
peal from the order of Judge Pritchard
' discharging from custody the Southern
Railway tieket agent In Ashevlllo; the
Southern railway to appeal to the u
preme court of North Carolina, in the
wake county cane. In which the railway
...was fined 120,009. and, If "decided
. against It to go by writ of error to the
. aupreme court of the United - States.
; Each aide will cooperate to have both
, rases advanced, argued together and
peedtly determined; the state at it op
tion to Indict the Atlantic Coast line In
one can for violation of the rate law;
all other indictments to be stopped
. pending a flaal determination of the
case: the governor to advise all people
agalnat bringing penalty aulta pending
final determination and to aak the peo
" pie aa . a whole to acquieso in these
arrangements; the injunction ault pend
ing, befor Judge Pritchard to be dtlt
gently prosecuted -without the state'
. waiving any question of Jurisdiction."
1 Ashevllle, N. C, July 1. Assistant
United Statee Attorney Ban ford la now
en his way to Washington to report hla
(allure to get Judge Pritchard and the
. atat a authorities to agree to a compro
; mise. - - . . .". " .
Patureaux Got Money From
' Mother-in-Law on Pre-
;V tense of Attending. ,;V:
i Using the TM. C. A. aa a cloak for
misdeed I a novelty In the way of
domeatia troubles, and Victor Patureaux
was so successful that he not only paci
fied hla wife, but procured money from
hla mother-in-law - under the pretense
that he wanted it to pay tuition at the
T. M. C. A. night schools, and instead
'.' spent the money for liquor, according
to testimony given before Judge Fraser
in the circuit court this morning.
Patureaux waa formerly a fireman,
but ahortly before hla marriage to Mar
garet McDonald, who waa not quit IT
year old, he quit the fire department.
- Afterward became a detective, and
then eecured money from hla wife's
mother, telling her tie intended te take
a oours at the T. M. C A. night echol.
Mr. McDonald testified that ah gave
-- the money cheerfully, a she wanted
her daughter's husband to succeed. But
Instead of going to choo. ahe-aald.
Patureaux spent the money for liquor.
Having started to T. M. C. A. echool.
as the wife and mother-in-law believed.
patureaux took advantage of the suppo-
sit Ion to stay a way from home every
night, telling his wife he had been to
school. ' The deception waa not dlscov
' ered until one night he failed to reach
home until I a. m. and waa Intoxicated.
On that occasion ha told hla wife the
boya had taken him out and would not
allow him to go home.
Little Mrs. Patureaux, who I now
only 18 years old, waa granted a di
vorce, the technical ground being deser
tion In February, 10. They were mar
rled In September, 190.. She was al
low4pto resume her maiden name,
J , . Margaret Hunker waa granted
, I voroe from Edwin A. Bunker on the
K ground of Infidelity Mrs. Tlllle An
. dorurn was named aa the co-respondent.
The litigant were married at Lowell.
' Mlchls-an. In Jsnunry, 1D9S. Mrs. Hun
ker waa allowed to resume her maiden
name, Bachelor. ...
Henry Kwlng was granted a divorce
from porg Anng rrwlnr. on the ground
' ft deartlon In US4. They were mar.
rled in Chicago, in II J. , ,
Arguments Made by Darrow
and Borah! to Determine
Fate of Haywood Story
of Witnesses Forgotten by
Men in Box. -. '-
Idaho Senator Makes Strong
Plga for Conviction of the
Defendant Case Will Go
to t Jurors About Eleven
i . By John Nevlna,
Boise. Ida July J. It la Darrow
agalnat Borah; the Chicago Socialist,
agalnat"' the " Republican ' United Bute
senator from Idaho, and the fate ef
William D. Bay wood, secretary-treas
urer of - the Western Federation or
Miner rests entirely upon the weight
of . eloquenoe of these twe men upon
this Jury of Ada county farmer. - Evi
dence ha already been, forgotten, the
Intricate analysis by Richardson and
Hawlev have son for - nauaht. and
since Wednesday morning - there ha
been served up to thla Jury eloquence
which haa pretaably seldom before been
equaled In a court room In the United
State. - , ,
Borah haa th canter of the stare to
day and la taking every advantage of
tnai lace inis youmrui senator, wno
In many reapeota resemblea Beverldge
of Indiana, haa mad a plea for the
state that 1 both maatsrlv and con
vlnclng. The honor are even between
himself and Darrow, but the latter laid
himself widely open to criticism In his
araument in favor ' of claas warfare.
Borah waa quick u- tax advantage r
tnia ran ana in ringing tones aenouncea
the theorlea advanced lv counsel of th
defensor He charactwsml yaiiuw-At
torney-General ngley of Colorado, whrt
made a stump speech on the stand aa
an , anarchist and a foe of law and or
der) He Quoted hla worda at length and
declared that the fact that he knew that
Orchard had " threatened tho life -of
Frank Steunenberg and kept silent after
the aasanalnatlon. and would keep silent
alwava if ha had not thouaht hie evi
dence would do aome good to Haywood.
Witnesses U.. , - -Borah
alao dissected the evidence ef
certain of the - defendant's witnesses,
mostly member of the federation, and
declared In the light of other evidence
there was no question but that they
lied.- He waa especially bitter toward
Jill rvla, and Incidentally caused a
great laugh by declaring "a giant in war
waa but a circumstance so far aa cool
ness was oonoerned when compared with
Davis, who could stand and watch a
tram pun out or uem witn nunarea
of masked men aboard, all armed, and
not display any concern. -
He declared there waa absolutely a
conspiracy to kill Steunenberg and cited
tne movemente or urcnara. naywooa,
Slmpklna. Mover and Pettlbon from
Auguat 1 Until the time of the murder
as proof that all Vera concerned In It
Slmpklna and Orchard were In Caldwell,
under aaaumed namea: Haywood waa
wrltine- a letter the same aay to airs.
Orchard, telling a lie that Orchard waa
In Alaska; Pettlbon waa sending them
money he had procured, from Moyer,
which all auaured. he declared, the guilt
of the accused. Slmpklna leaving there
to talk with Easterly at Silver City, he
said, also Indicated th actual knowl
edge of every one that the murder was
planned. - '
Along just mis line Doraa ouiu up
the stronceet kind of a case. That ft
is having effect on the Jury seems
certain,- as Sebern. - Robertson snd
Mease Carr. who have heretofore ap
parently been bored followed hla every
word with unabated Interest, today.
Will Oonalnd Tonight. -Borah
Wut conclude his argument to
night Judge Wood Will "call the Jury
into court at o'clock Saturday morn
ing." The court's instructions will be
extremely comprehensive and will take
nearly two hours to deliver. Judge
Wood will define with the greatest care
th law bearing on conspiracy and is
expected to rule out of the case a great
deal of evidence which up to now .haa
been considered competent. "
With the case but 14 hour away
from submission to the Jury, Interest
is increasing to fever heat. Mora than
1.000 people were turned away from the
courthouse today,, there being no ac
commodations for them. Speculation -on
the probable verdict la vain. , It la gen
erally agreed that there is not likely
to be an acquittal. There Is a belief
also that If conviction results, it will
not be of murder in tha first degree.
Under th law of Idaho th conviction
may be first degree murder, punishable
Dy aeam; second oeajree, punianaoia ay
from 20 years to life Imprisonment, and
manslaughter, punishable by from 1 to
10 years imprisonment. It would, bow
ever, be folly to attempt to predict any
thing about thla verdict. The mass of
conflicting evidence haa confused every
one In the courtroom, and the Jurv la
no exception, so It aeema likely the
weigni - or me pieaa oi uarrow and
Borah - maf prove deciding factor In
th Jurymen's minds, and as Borah haa
the last word he ha av decided advan
tage, i ,v . .
Defemda Orchard's Story. ,
A crowd ef 1.000 peopke bealeged th
courthouse' this morning to hear th
final summing up of Senator Borah for
the prosecution. By order of the Judge,
only those for whom seat could he
found were permitted to enter. Koran
will finish tonight. . Hla summing up
waa a masterly presentation of the case
of the stat. He 4s not evading any
charge by the., defense against Or.
chard, hut I admitting everything and
then claiming that no matter what Or
chard did in .the paat be ia telling the
Borah Instated that every wttneae
called by the state added to th chain
of clroumstancea linking .Orchard and
"The crw.ked and devious trail of
this sreh-f tend." he declared, "leads
directly from the closed and battered
ruins of the Independence depot, from
the shattered snd broken gateway In
Caldwell, stnlned with the life-blood of
on of Idaho's greatest' men. . to the
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Mazama Box Placed on the
Highest Pinnacle of Mt.
(Special DUpatch to Tb JosraaL-
Hanging Valley, July t. The only
person getting . te th top of Mount
Jefferson in th annual outing of th
Mart mas war Messrs. Stammer r of
New York City, Vehlman. I H. Hick
and John Lee of Portland. Mr. Stam
mers placed the Masama ' box on the
highest pinnacle July 14. - Mount Jeffer
son lacks about 1,000 feet of being aa
high as Mount Hood, but It Is much
more dlffioult of ascent. Within a
few hundred feet of tha aummlt a huae
precipice la encountered which is scaled
only wttn in greatest airricuity. the
summit of the mountain waa flrat
reached In 1S8: alnce that time but 14
eople have made tha ascent. Of these
wo were women. Mis Muaa Oeer and
successfully In IStT.
Th four members of the present
party who achieved the ascent encoun
tered great difficulties and the climb
to the aummlt of the last precipice was
Very dangerous. ' .
FIND GREAT GAINS
v, ' Baa-aaaaaBasaWSa '
' (Speelal Tnapatck te The 'journal.)
Helena. MonL. Julr K. With the ex
ception of one county, the atat board
of equalisation ha . received returns
from 16 assessors of the ' state and a
nat gain of $17,151,110 over laat year
la shown. The total valuation or as
sessable orooerty of the state, with the
exception of Chouteau county and rail
road properly, is savs, iB,ej; miy
four counties show decrease and thee
are alight. Silver Bow county ha th
lara-est gain, nearty--,ovu,tfuu. . .
The board- will assess railroad prop-
arty this week probably. It la expected
valuation wui d raisea augniiy,
Tanderbiit -Race 'Declared
Off on Governor's Refusal ;
: . . to Provide' Guards.
.. . j,,,,.! gpta! ServlM.) '
New Tork. July If. Refusal on the
part "Of Governor Hughe to provide
troop to police the course ever ajrhloh
It had been planned for many month
to run th automobile race for the.Vao
derbllt cup, ha resulted In tb aban
donment of the race by the American
Automobile association, under whoae
auspices th event was to have bean
given. . 1 ' - '.
Th announcement that th race had
been declared osT came thla morning in
the way of cable advices received from
JerTerson do Mont Thompson, chairman
of the racing board of the association.
The message was sent after a confer
ence between Thompeon and W. K. Van
derbllt Jr., the donor of the cup, and It
haa alnce been learned that the execu
tive's refusal to furnish th necessary
militia to guard the course I the rea
son for not holding th race thla year.
The keenest disappointment la ex-
? reased among the members of the an
omoblle fraternity, both In this and
other states snd on the other side of
the water over th announcement.
Iheuaaad eX deUara have In an i
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WIFE WILL SELL INFORMATION TO LGTEES
MRS. ROSE HARRIET PASTOR STOKES.
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Of! K STOKES
Poor Girl Who Married Jlil-
i lionaire Will Resume
yj Journalism. '
4 (Jcaraal gpedal aerrk.)' ,,.
New Tork. July J. -Mr. Boa Har
riet Pastor Stokes, wife- ef millionaire
J.. Ov Phelps Stoke, haa decided to re
turn to Journalism, and haa entered Into
contract with the Vorwaert to- take
charge of that paper's "Balm for Lov
ers' eolumn. In addition she will
writ weekly article on socialistic aub
lecta . i - - - -
Under , the head of "Blntel Brief.- er
"Buncn or letters," vowaerxa naa De
veloped It "Advice to Lovelorn" depart
ment until It I now consulted by a
large part of the east aide. With Mrs.
StoKsa, who, aa a poor girl, married a
man worth several millions. In charge
of this column and dealing out advice
In love arralra, the vowaerta nnpea to
increase lta circulation and Influence.
Mrs. Stoke, flrat attracted notice aome
year ago by articles In th TageblatU
BOSTON PLANS FOR '
ITS OLD HOME WEEK
... ' ; ;
' Boston, July It. Boston' old bom
week celebration, which ia to surpass
anything of th kind aver planned by an
American' community, la but two day
a wy.jUready-the. advance guard of
vliitors Is putting In an annearanc and
It la expected the first of the week
will find the city entertaining the larg
est crowd In' It history- The program
will be ushered In Sunday with appro-
firlat religious and patriotic exercise
n many parta of the city. Handsome
welcome 1 arches have' been- erected In
Federal, Summer and other prominent
streets In the downtown district, public
buildings and business houses are deco
rating, with flags, bunting and electric
lights snd In numerous otner waya the
city la rapidly donning gala, attire in
honor of tho oecaaion. ' - .,
GOVERNOR CHARLFS B. HTJGHE3
: .1. .ai,
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LOSS Ifl WRECK
Columbia Cargo Worth Two
Hundred and Fifty Thou
v sand Dollars.
: Estimates . mad by . official ef th
Ban Francisco . at , Portland Steamship
company place, the value of the cargo
lost via tb Columbia collision at ap
proximately 1160.000. : Thsy say th
steamship was worth - about an equal
amount so th total property loss, not
Including th damages to tba Ban Pedro
and the Individual losses of the pas
sengers, will aggregate fully half a
million dollars. ;
Tha cargo constated principally of
gunnies,-sugar,-- general- -merchandlaa,
clothing, farm producte and consider
able machinery and hardware. A couple
of. automobile are said to have been
aboard, the value Of them alon run
ning quite high. .
The cargo aa well aa th vessel waa
Insured and the shippers will be reim
bursed as soon .as an adjustment can
be made. Even at the best, however.
this will Take some time.
No definite arrangements have been
mad yet for another steamer on th
route, but endeavor I being mad to
secure on as aoon aa possible, although
there 1 vary little hope of getting a
passenger ateamer at thla time. The
eteamer Lewton, purchased aome time
ago by the Hariiman system, will not
be ready for service for some weeks yet
and it la feared that In th meantime
traffic will become congested because
of tbsTm paired service. There-may be
a -possibility of securing a couple of
steam schooners to handle freight tem-
Krarlly now that the demand for lum
r droghers ha fallen off to almost
nothing and they might relieve the lt
uatlon for th time being..
' Clalma by passengers for personal In
juries and damages sustained by reason
of the wreck will have to be sought
through th courts, so It la understood,
and the Outcome of whatever aulta may
brought will depend largely
how tha blame ror tne collision li
If any one la hold at fault at all. .
Executive Puts Quietus on
Country's Greatest Auto
' Event Thousands Lost.
lessly expended by manufacturer and
private partlee la building machine for
th contest. On both aide of th At
lantic auto ' enthusiast ' . are - down
hearted as the greatest anticipation
had been built around th vnt which
would have been the moat successful
from all point of view ever run In this
No reason ha bean assigned for Gov
ernor Hughes' refusal to provide troop
to police th course and he refuse to
give any himself. ,
BRYAN AIDS PRETTY :
WOMAN IN DISTRESS
fjoeraal gpeelat Karrle.,
Storm Lake. Iowa, July While be
ing driven from the Chautauqua In an
auto yesterday .afternoon, the car In
which W. J. Bryan waa riding collide !
with another, tlirowlt the driver and
a pae-nsr. pretty Mrs. IL W.
onto the sidewalk, i. The latt.f war""
fully injnr-d. Mr. Bryan Jumped ff ,
hi ear. lifted the Injured wouiaa Ic
a aesit aiul uav hr fcviue.
Commissioned Bingham Says
Police Are Unable to Do
Anything to . Prevent So
Many Outrages and Mobs
Howl Throughout City: ,
Black Iland Societies Learn
of Plan to Exterminate
Organization and Scare
. . Enemies by Threatening
Them With Death. .
rjeomal Bperlal nke.) .
New Tork. July It. Pollc Commis
sioner Bghara admitted today that th
police - - nable to cop with th reign
of crl: vailing here during the laat
few. du.- The cltUen are - so excited
by repeated outrages that they will not
hesitate to lynch the next offender and
the department la in a quandary trying
to find some solution te th problem
that confront It. "
Murders, holdups, assaults upon women
and erlmea of every description are of
every day occurrence and are committed
under tha very eyes of the police.
While la an altercation with John
Blackraan, a motorman, an unknown
man today draw a knife and slashed tha
carman across tha face. No sooner had
he mads the asaault than a bowling mob
waa at nia neeia eiamoring ror hla lile.
The- unknown proved a good sprinter
and outran hla pursuers until he
reached tha river. Hesitating for a mo
ment and looking back at the mob at
ma neaia the criminal chose th water
a th leaser of two evile and Jumped
irom us pier ana waa arowneo.
. Mob Stoma JPolio Station.
thecieitiUne another mob, even
more flercethan that which had chased
the man Into the river, waa storming a
police station, demanding that a pris
oner wno nas assauitaa a gin o de
livered over to them. The nollco re
fused to give up tha man and the fu-4
rioua people nuriea stones ana prickoat
against th building. - -
Seeing that worda were ef do avail
riot call waa turned In and soon a. small
army of blueooata assembled and drova
the crowd back at the points of their
Nsver before-In the hlstorv of New
Tork haa publlo feeling been aroused
to such a pitch as now and It la feared
by Commissioner Bingham that the
Black Hand societies will take thla oc
casion to become active.
This fear on the part of th eomml-
loner Is grounded upon th fact that
an attempt or a nana or Armenians to
stamp out the organisation laat night.
proved worse than futile. Fifty of th
Armenians held a secret meeting late
at night and planned to issue a formal
call of their countrymen for Saturday.
The object of thla masa meeting waa to
rata funds and consider plana for th
extermination of th Black Hand,
Threat, With Death. f
Despite the secrecy which tirroundad
the movement and membership of th
Committee, every one of the. to received
a warning thin morning that further ac
tivity agalnat the society meant that
every one of them would be killed by a
pistol, dagger or bomb.
Another Instance of th brutal, crim
inality which la remnant here ia tha
case of Virginia Barrlsh, a pretty little
girl of IT, who 1 a raving maniac today
as a result of a fiendish attack made
upon her Wednesday by nraa men. Th
child' body la covered with braise and
her life la despaired of.
A passerby found tb little) girl In
th wood near North Beach Wednes
day. She waa on th verge of mental
collapse and after ah had told her
story, did finally loa all control of her
A In th other case th nolle are at
a loa and no trace ha been found of
inijnuo assailants. .
MISS GRACE GEORGE
COMING TO AMERICA
f Jeareal gp9rte Servtee.
London. Julv Is It haa fallen 4a
lot of few American actresses to meet
wun sucn a large measure or success In
London aa Miss Grace Oeorsegwhn
eludes her season her tonight and will
sail for New Tork next Thursday. Miss
George will begin an engagement at th
liTenim ineaira, new iora. on Auguat
11. and will close hsr American inn. -,
Chicago next April.- She will then re
turn to London, according to the pree
ent plana of William A. Brady, her
" ana muuiiiv ana win eontlnu
ALL ABOUT AMERICA
: (Josrasl Spart., nerHre )
g.wwl Jill fa .'TV. ....
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Japanese forgot the American question
In thlr trouble with Korea show how
!'S.ht was the -Importance attached to
tC said Vlseonnt Hayashl todav. "The
Korean case should serve as a leason to
China to prepare herself lest ome
stronger nation forced to treat bar as
Japan treated Korea." JZl
OHIO CYCLONE TEARS
TREES FROM GROUND
Jfcmrrwil flrwUI (WnrW.)
OrrvlTleV Oh r t.,i a rAiM. .
footed fol) trees, tor off a roof and
burled five persons in the ruins of a
telegraph tower here. Injuring Vrrn I
last night. Hail also damaged the
RUSSIAN COLON !L IS
KILLED BY ; )UnUl
Mrs. T. DeWitt Connell Has
Face Cut by Broken Glass
When Coaches on Sellwood
and Estacada Lines Collide
This Morning. .
Prominent Physician's Wlfo
Thrown . Against Window,
PaneTrailer Is Derailed
Through Failure "of Con
ductor to Hold Lever.
la a collision between an Estacada
car and a Sellwood trailer at' the eaa
end of the Madison street bridge thla
morning Mr. T. De Witt Connell. wtfa
of Dr. Connell, was severely eut by b-:
lng thrown against a window whll a
passenger In the Estacada coach. Hag
bead (truck tb pan and shattered It.
th splintered glass cutting several
gashes about the left aye. .
Mrs. Connell was th only person In
jured In th accident. - which occurred
at 1:80 o'clock. . Dr. A. C Pantos was)
summoned by the officials of th rail
road company and Mrs. Connell waa
conveyed to her home In a carriage,
where th wound In her face war
Th accident was du to failure on
the part of Conductor Kellar of th
Estacada car to hold th ewltch lever
until th rear trucks on th Eatacad
trailer had taken the curve.
- South-bound O. W. P. car are thrown
onto their division at this point by a
lever at the aid of tha bridge which,
eoatrola tha spring switch. All but the
rear trucks of the trailer had paased;
over th switch when the conductor evi
dently loosened his hold. The trailer
was derailed and akldded about Tt feet
atriklng broadside a west-bound SelU
wood car which waa moving up slowly
to take th crossing aa soon a It wag.
dear. : ... .
Mrs. Connell waa sltil.ig on the sld
of the--ear which collided with- th in-
comlng coach. She was Instantly
thrown against the window pan which .
was shattered into fragments, tb
broken glaaa entering her face.
Mlaa Caroline Blckal waa also a pas-.
Sanger an th same car, sitting across
tha aisle from Mrs. Connell. With tb
first lurch of th derailed trailer she
grasped the window sill, but th Impact
of th collision threw her across th
coach. She grasped th back of on of
the seata and saved herself from Injury.
8everal other passengers on th d
'railed ear were thrown from their eeats. ,-
but none were Injured. Tb trailer wa
carrying about two dosen persons, and
th Sellwood car waa crowded.
Motorman Walker, who had charge of
th Sellwood car, threw on hi ravers
a soon a he saw th rear truck of
th trailer leav th tracks. but hi
coach had been moving ahead alowly
and he could not stop and back In. tima
to prevent the collision.
OFFICERS III 1ET
Religious Body Found to Re
Imposters Made Money
by Selling Junk. . J..
i ' fTuwsal Sufctel - Sendee.1
New Torkv July 1 8. Co m mander-rn"
Chief James W. trnffln ef th American
8al vatlon Army,, with headquarter la
Philadelphia; Major Charles E. Roaa.
with headquarters In Providence, Rhod
Island, and 20 members of the Amerloan
Salvation Army wh were employed In
the Brooklyn headquarter were arrested
today by th Brooklyn detective bureau
on a technical charge of vaxranoy,
William M. Ntchoi, secretary of th
Brooklyn bureau of charities, after In
vestigating th work of th concern,
decided it waa collecting Junk and second-hand
stuff under the guise of being
a charitable organisation and then sell
ing th article collected for th benefit "
of the men In control. He intereeted,
th district attorney In th matter.
Much Information was given the offi
cers by Captain Sylvester of Balling
ton Booth's American Volunteers.
Puffin and Roe war visited In th
Brooklyn headquarter on aooount of
the serious chargea mad against Staff
Captain Handlcott bv a boy who had
been working for him. A warrant wa
Issued for Handloott. who fled.
Duff In had a large roll of money and
sevral bank booka when arrested, r.
Von Ltleselskl, formerly a captain In the
army, says It ia mainly a combination
of crooks and impostures.
ASKS SALVADOR TO
Oaarasl gpertal serfe
Washington, July II Acting p. v
tary of ttiat Bacon h a ..! Hum
Mojls, minister from -i.-r. for a
full report from hl rnmmil con
cemlng the case of (iH-.r. end Ald't
Molaant, the American iw f '-! "
the charge of being l.i..l-i.d I r.
Olutlon.ry rrmvn ,. t M o- i., r