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VOL. IV. NO. 21.
P6RTLAND, OREGON. SUNDAY MORNING, AUGUST 4,' 1907.
PRICE FIVE CENTS.
Sheriff- Orders 4 Gambling
. Hell to dose Makes Bluff
'; at Raid After Club Is Noti
fled lie) Is Coining and All
J Paraphernalia Is Removed
Action Taken Voluntarily by
dub Officials, Who Hope
by Bowing to the Storm
of Public Condemnation to
Let It Blow. Oyer. r :
The notorious Mllwaukle elub
bllng resort ta closed. - '"
The Journal has won Ita fight (or
decency and food cltraenshlpT
The den la 'which hundred of ' rlo
time hare been fleeced, will not bo op
lea ror a time at least.
- Sheriff Beattle of Clackamas county,
goaded Into action by The Journal, last
night ordered the place closed.-' and It
was closed.;;,' , v. i;
This was not done, however, until nu
merous conference had taken place be
tween the sheriff-and the club officials.
The wires were Vetft Rot 'wllfi messages
to ' Spokane, where I. C. .. Hllde-.-and,
representatlY of - tha majority stock
holders Is, and It was mutually agreed
that the best policy waa to ahut down
for the present, nntll tha storm of pub
llo Indignation caused by The Journal
f expose had blown oyer when aa effort
to resume business win oe maae.
Paraphernalia emeved. ;
Early In the evening patrons were no
HffMt that nrAmrm ta . dosa- had hn
knmivmA and ail were reoueated to lejiv.
Then the Bumbling- paraphernalia waa
hastily removed. Out went th faro
tables and roulette wheels, out the poker
tables and all other signs of the knights
of th green.
When everything had been carted out
of sight, ths sheriff was notified and he
came to make a bluff, at a raid. - He
walked through the rooms where . for
months oast countless throngs have
"bucked the tiger" and toyed with
chance. Nothing but tha bare walla and
,a few chairs greeted him. .
j "I see no gambling apparatus," said
Sheriff Beattle. "There Is nothing here
to raid. .There la no evldenoe that there
(has ever been any gambling." y ....
Bay Journal Did Is, v
And there wasn't. It waa all stored
afely away, to gather dust and splder
w,ha Instead of solden aheckela until
("the good old times' dawn anew." .
The club officials' bowed to the In
evitable with aa rood grace aa possible.
The plaoe will be closed until It Is
thought aafe to reopen "till th public
forgets." And they openly admit that
It was The Journal that did it and but
for The journal they would have been
flowed to remain undisturbed to
. -e the unwary and the foolish.
Ifr apldor's parlor la closed the
(Continued on Page Eight)
Lale Pence, "Who Has Option
; on Fair Grounds, Outlines
V Plans of , Beautification
Far More Comprehensive
Than , Contemplated, y
Washington and California
Structures as Hotels With
Grove for Use of Guests
Oregon Building as Auto
mobile, Clubhouse, ::
: Clrcumstanoee - growing out of the
withdrawal of John C. McMillan, of
Seattle, who invested many thousands
of - dollars and - had planned for, ex
pending a fortune In tha preservation
and development of th Lewis and Clark
fair -grounds, bare again placed - an
option' on tha property In the hands of
Lafe Penoe,bf the Pence company, en
gineers In charge of the project. An
effort Is already under way, supportod
by Mr. Pence, that will probably lead
to development of greater plans - than
. ."At last I am able to appease .ta
fears of the resident of this end of
town that smoke stacks will go Into
tha grounds, and nasty, black smoke
would blow on to the bouse on the
hill," Mr. Pence said.
"Soma months sro I bad definite elans
for the fixed usee and Improvements
of the buildings.- I shall know in a
rew hours whether I can call together
the parties I then bad Interested. . If
not, I ahall MTt to undertake it on
the same Unss with local parties. I
think I can succeed." .. . ...
-Will load Properties.
Consolidating the many . properties
controlled under his option, . together
with properties previously acquired by
purchase, he proposes to bond the en
tire tint, tne money so - raiaea to DS
used for purchasing everything, and
lacing ins wnoie on a revenue paying
asls. on terma that will reserve to
the public the oriental building and
grounus iar me annual rortiana rose
fleets, and for a great convention hall
Asked last nignt ror a complete state
ment of hi - plan, Mr.- Pane, -dictated
"I can onlr state In a crude way the
general plan, but In all the essential
matters these ideas will be carried out.
If I can succeed In arousing ths public
to mako the Investment. None of the
buildings will be torn down. The for
elm exhibits building will be re roof ed
for permanent uses. All buildings wllL
ss needed be reroofed and supplied
with concrete foundations similar to
that already put under the forestry
"This will be easy and cheap for me,
as I will have abundant rravel right at
hand from m v oteratlona next winter.
Sand I can get from the river near uie
frovernment building. Cement I can buy
n the open market. If I can connect
on tha lines I had laid out, the property
I -v ' ' :
CZAR AND HIS FAMILT ABOARD IMPERIAL TACHT.
PLAII ESCAPE FOR
Death Sentence to Be Com-
' muieHhen i Freedom
. i : From Prison.'
(Continued on Page Pour.)
DIES 111 COHCORD
'August St. Gaudens, Famous
,for His Statues, Passed
(listMl Special Serrfwe.)
r..-. tt H . Aur. tj Aaruat
I vviwt - ' '
1 - . V . . i
q , QaUuena, . one vs - vii vi-a.uwwn
Sculptors in the United States, died late
Ihl afternoon at hla home hare. The
rtlst had been falling for a year and
In the last- month had ' been sinking
rapidly. Notwithstanding this, however,
h continued going to hla atudlo until
Thursday. He could not work, but di
rected hla assistants constantly.
I St. Oaodens. known aa one of the
irreat American sculptors, was really
horn In Dublin on March 1. It it. He
brought to this country In infancy
ind grew up here. He learned the trade
it a cameo cutter and atudled drawing
it Cooper InaUtute. New Tbrk. Later
1 WM a student at tha National
Academy of Design. Hla first figure,
Hiawatha," was produced In Rome In
1171. He returned to New-Tork In 1171.
a 1100 he received k medal of honor
t pirfi. He was a member of the
n -". of Trance and an officer of
Legion of Honor. ,
tiom of hla most famows pieces are
, Adoration of the Oma" ' "The Purltsn,
I Diana" In Madlenn Sqiiare Garde
iowerNew Tork. and statues of Abra
ham Lincoln. Keter Cooper, John A.
(an nd Admiral Farrasut. which oc
cupy Sites M VTWU VWB.
EDDY SUIT MAY
Departure of Glorer for East
Gives Rise to' Rumors
. Concerning Settlement. :
(United Ptms by Special Leeacd Wlre.)
Daadwood, 8. D., Aug. t. The audden
and unannounced departure for New
Tork this week of George W, Olover,
who Is suing for an accounting of the
estate ' of hla mother. Mrs. Mary O.
Baker Eddv. founder and leader of the
Christian Science church, has given rls
io i ne unueniea report ihi a mm i ue
ment of this famous suit Is Imminent.
' Twe weeks sgo a Miss Thompson of
noaton, a aevout aiscipie or ana con
fidant of Mrs. Eddy, arrived In Lead.
Glover's home, to vlstt his daughter.
Miss Mary Olover, a former schoolmate.
Immediately uoon belna- received at the
Olover horn Mis Thompson broached
the subject of Olover's suit. It Is
claimed she delivered to Olover a per
sonal letter written to him by his
mother gently chiding him for bringing
suit and serine she courted the fullest
Inquiry. Other matters were also
touched upon and the hint waa given.
It Is said, that Mrs .Eddy might change
hea mind ahont giving her son 1200.000,
as she promised, as It Is claimed, to do
before he bmusht his suit
Olover, who had been talking freely
for publication about hla mother and
th suit up to that time, suddenly eessed
to have anything further to eay and a
day or two later left town. Judge O. T.
Bennett, Glover's Iswyer, when aeked
about Ml Thompson's vIMt and Glov
er's sudden departure, aeked to be ex
cusei from dincuselng the affair. Ke
merely said that soma very important
4eveloDmenta) might sUortlr b exoeoted.
. (Jearaal Special BerrteO
Butt, Mont, Aug:t. "Orchard .will
be convicted of murder In the Urst- de
gree. . The- community 'will not stand.
for anything flse. But he' will not hang
according to present plana. . The plan
I to have him sentenced .toaJiang, then
Governor Ooodtng will commute his sen
tence to life Imprisonment"
"Orchard, who Is to be provided with
money from unknown sources, will then
make hla eacape from prison. . The de
tails Include a ticket to England. No
mention of hla escape is to be made for
alx weeka ao that the fucltlve will "be
aafe from pursuit"
This is the statement Attorney Feter
Preen of the . Haywood - counsel made
this afternoon on hla return from Boise.
Mr. Breen does not reveal the source of
his Information other than to say that
Orchard "leaked" In the penitentiary to
the convicts, who were not In sympathy
with him. - Attorney Breen says that
rumor has It that Attorney E. H. Rich
ardson will defend Harry Thaw, -
Kaiser and Czarjiisit Aboard
' Imperial Yacht, Accom
;; ; panied by Officials,
. (Special Cables by Beanti Hnrx Berries.)
- Swlnemunde, .Aug. t. An -army of
German and Russian detectives, afloat
and- aahore, watohed tha paeetlng of the
csar and the kaiser. The emperors met
under the" standard of the- csar at noon.
The kaiser In the royal yacht Hofcensol;
lern steamed out to where the csar's
yacht lay In waiting. Wllhelm was
escorted by the entire German war fleet,
which . waa under command of Prince
Henry of Prussia. Prince Adelbert, the
kaiser's third son, waa on the bridge
of the battleship Frederich Karl. De
tectives have been unusually active for
the- past week. Obviously they feared
the meeting of the . emperors might
have n tempted an anarchist outrage.
Every stranger who has arrived at
Swlnemunde -thie' week waa shadowed.
What the -emparora discussed today
nobody knows, although the papere are
filled with speculation. That tha meet
ing waa not wholly personal waa proved
by the fact that the kaiser waa accom
panied by Chancellor Von Buelow, th
secretary of the navy and all tha high
est officials . of the court and govern
ment - - j
MAI! AND WIFE
FORCED OFF SHIP
Forced to Disembark From
: Ocean Liner Because Hus
band Fought Passenger.
Fender Does Not Work and
Three - Year - Old Edna
Kern Is Crumpled Under
Motor. Box and Terribly
Injured. - !
Car Is Lifted TJp by Bystand
ers and Doctor at Siinny
side Crawls Beneath the
Car to Take Out the Lacer
(Bears Bew by teases teased Wire.)
London, Aug. t.Th steamer Oceana
brings a . lot of Indignant Americans
'from Sweden. They complain that the
captain compelled R. H. Hood and wife
of New Tork to leave the vessel because
Hood declined to fight a duel with Heir
Pick of Berlin;
According to the captain, the friction
between ' the' Americans and tha Ger
mans aboard waa because tha former ac
cused the . Germans of bad ' manners.
Hood accused Pick of behaving indecor
ously la the presence of his wife. Hood
thrashed Pick, and the latter challenged
Hooa to- a.auel with sworas or pistols.
Hood declined and offered to fight Pick
with bla flats. ,
Whan "the captain heard of the lncf
dent. It la reported that he ordered Hood
to quit th ahlp at the next port Hood
and hi wife disembarked.
LAIS OPENS WAY TO PUNISH HARRIIW
. (0slte Pnws by Special teased - Wire.)
Washington, Aug. I. High , federal
officials are tonight wondering If the
Standard' Oil ' rebate case at - Chicago
does not point th way to' the criminal
prosecution of B. H. Harrlman. -Judge
Landls order "directing the' grand Jury
to take up on August .14 the rebate
practices as related to tha' Chicago Si
Alton railroad means the orfratnal pros
ecution of the railroad officials who
granted rebates to the Standard OIL
The El kins law, under - which these
proseoutlona are being conducted, la
very broad. It provides . a maximum
fine of 110,000 "for each violation by
omission or commission. It further
provides - that any person or officers
or director 'Of any corporation or com
mon carrier, or any receiver, lessee,
agent trustee or person acting for or
employed by It convicted of offering,
granting, giving, soliciting, accepting or
receiving any rebate or concession, may
be imprisoned not to exceed two years,
in addition to a heavy fine. In the dis
cretion of th court . ' .' , -Karrtman
The recent report of the Interstate
commerce commission of its Investlga-
Standard Oil Case to Be Fol
lowed by Investigation of
Chicago & Altdn arid Its
' Officials Must' Answer for
' Granting Hlegal Rebates.
tlon into the Harrlman railroads showed
that during the period covered by Stand
ard, Oil case, Harrlman waa In absolute
control of the Chicago A Alton.
It Is pointed out here that tha Chicago
A Alton tiled a false rate aheet with the
Interstate commerce commission on oil
shipment from Whiting, Indiana, to
Chloago and other points. There can
be no question under th law as to tha
legality or illegality of traffic arrange-,
ments, for It specifically states that the
rate aa filed with the commission shall
be conclusively deemed to be the legal
rate In any prosecution brought under
the Elkins act, and declares that any
dsparture from .such rate, or any offer
to depart therefrom, shall be deemed an
offense under the act . 1
- By testifying under oath, In obedl
ence to a subpoena, Harrlman secured
immunity from criminal nroseeutlon
under- the Sherman anti-trust law, but
he haa never been questioned aa to the
granting or reoatea py. the Chloago A
Alton. ; ,
It Is learned tonight that Attorney
General Bonaparte, who haa under per
sonal consideration, the Harrlman report
of the interstate commerce commission,
ha announced that he will return from
Lenox. .Massachusetts August 1. It la
understood hs mar send Aneclm lui.t.
ant Attorney-General Roadstrom, the
irum oiMiw, 10 v.nicafs to aavise with
Attorney Sim relative to the Chicago
Alton. It Is stated here .that if the
counsel for the Standard Oil comnanv
sincere In its declaration that It rate
are unjust a hearing can be had in th
Plan Xrtffal Delay.
it is Deiievea, However, that - the
Standard officials will prefer to carry
the case on appeal to tha dram
of anneals. By this method, th.
ccruiu o aupx irom tne nignest tribunal
for several veers.
Should the Standard carry Its trou-
supreme court or tne United
States, U will thua be deprived of chara.
(Continued on Page Pour.)
MILWAUKIE CLUB SWINDLES (CUSTOMERS
Shaying Odds So That fcettor
Has' No Chance at All
- Meanest Graft: 1
' Th meanest graft connected with the
notorious Mtlwaukle club . la In con
nection with tha swindling of Its cus
tomers in th poolroom. If . the odds
given were the same aa those at . the
race track tha bettor would have little
show, but under the rule at the Mil
waukle club he haa no ahow at all.
Not only are bettors enfamlltar with
the eondiUoa or ability of the horse
upon which ' they are placing their
money, likewise Ignorant of orders
under which Jockeys are riding or bow
the game Is fixed from the start against
the outsider (all this la the rule in any
poolroom), but Instead of giving out
the actual odds on a horse as deter
mined on the official form aheet aa
customary at race tracks, the Mllwau
kle club . proprietors cut the odds In
For Instance, if a horse is to 1, the
Mllwaukle club Informs . Ita patrons
that it Is I to 1 and takea beta at this
ratio. If he Is a favorite at I to I
the club posts him as 4 to (, and so on.
The wrong .odds often come over the
Paclflo States telephone wire, which
the gamblers lease, Itelng purposely cut
wnder agreement by the firm of Mar
tin ex Company at flan Francisco, from
whom-tUe service Is purchased,
Odds Given at Race Track
Cut in Half Other Tricks
. to Fleece Patrons...
The Mllwaukle elub adda a fraction
or sometimes one point to the odds re
ceived over their leased wire, which
are only half and sometimes only ene
third of the tracks odds, to deceive the
newcomers. For Instance,' If the odds
are quoted at to I, the marker posts
them at t to t, while at the track they
are t to 1, and more frequently ' t H
to 1. A, horse that comes In to 1 thsy
(Continued en Page FomrJ
Another victim haa been claimed by
the dread streetcar juggernaut and aa
the result of excessive speed, lack of
proper fenders, and the recklessness dis
played by the motorman of car No. Sit
of the "S-8" line of the Portland Rail
way, Light . de " Power company. . little
Edna Kern, the S-yeer-old daughter of
G. A. Kern of 160 East Thirty-fourth
streeVltei angled."bnilsd'and pain
racked at her home, close to death.
. The latest In the already lengthy list
of streetcar accidents occurred at t:iO
o'clock last night at the Intersection of
jjiat j niny-iuuria inu avuhuih w r.,
when extra car No. Ill, west bound, in
charge of Motorman W. C Blue and
Conductor J. Burkbardt running at ex-
f rees train speed, struck the unfor
unate baby, hurling the little form
Into space for SO feet and then dragging
the body for half the distance under the
ponderous wheels. .
- Wedged Undo SCoto Box.
From eye witnesses ll Is learned that
the tot started; across the street en
tirely oblivious1 of the onrushlng car,
coming with great speed and when di
rectly In the center of the tracks wag
struck with terrific force. The child
waa thrown ahead and before the mo
torman could bring the car to a atop
the little one was under the forward
The baby was found tightly wedged
under the motor box, terribly wounded
and it was necessary for bystanders to
lift the side of the car before the body
could be extricated. Dra. J. A. Psttlt
and A. M. Wcbstsr. who occupy joint
offices at the corner where the acci
dent occurred, were among tha first
to reach the scene. Dr. Pettlt as soon
as' the coach had - been raised effi
ciently, crawled on hla hands and knees
undsr the car and carried the bleeding
unconscious form to his office.
Assisted by Dr. Webster the little
sufferer waa made aa comfortable aa
possible and after the administration
af an anaesthetio the ugly wounds were
sutured and broken bones set It was
found by the surgeons that the child
had sustained, a fracture of the right
thigh bone, an extensive ' 'lacerated
wound - of the scalp, terrible Injuries
to the perineum and numerous bruises
and contusions on the body. The doc
tors believe the injured baby baa a
chance of recovery.
Child Bubs la Proa of Oat.
From the Portland Railway. Light dt
Power company It waa ascertained that
Motorman Blue had been In the employ
of the company for a year an" Con
ductor Burkhardt for two months. Ac
cording to Blue's version of th affair.
when about o reet east or Thirty
fourth' street he saw three or four wo
men and-children standing by th curb
near "the south tracks.
Blue says on child waa standing In
th center of th south track and whan
If Railroads Are Not Per
suaded to Hold Down
. Freight Rates From This
Territory Pacific North
west Will Lose Heavily.
iumbcrmen Hold Proposed
Matter in Tariff Means
Life or Death to the Indus
try Hardest " Kind of
Fight WiU Be Waged.
(Continued on Page Bight)
The Pacific northwest will be lose
to the extent of from 18,000.000 to 10.
000,000 annually should the lumber man-'
ufacturers fall of suocess In their en
deavor to persuade tha railroads not to
Increase the freight rate on lumber
from this territory to points eaat of
Denver, as propoaedV i
Means ZJLfs or Death.
"Th lumbermen assert, that the mat-'
tor, means life or death te them, and
they will put up the hardest kind of a
flxht for the preservation of the Inter.
ext. In- which they are deeply involved.
This was decided upon at a meeting
held yesterday afternoon by members oi
the Oregon A Washington Lumber Man
ufacturers' association in the room of
th chamber of commerce, when the
matter was fully discussed.'
A committee, consisting of A- C Dix
on. F. C. Knapp, George Gerllnger, 8. H.
Cobb. B. C. Miles and President Philip
Buehner, ex-offlclo member, was ap
pointed to deal with the powers that be
with a view of accomplishing- the de
sired result, and they were given full
power to act To make the matter less
strenuous for the committee a sum
something like $28,000 was voted for the
use of the committee, an assessment of
$10 per 1,000 feet of the dally cut of
each mill belonging to the association.
It per cent of the amount being payable
upon demand and the balance subject to
- Subscriptions Solicited.
A committee, composed of W. B.
Mackay, L. J. Wentworth and W. C
Francis, was appointed to solicit sub
scriptions from loggers, brokers and
kindred Interests, should the capital do
nated by the lumbermen not prove suf
ficient to fight the battle to the last
ditch. The Washington associations
have set aside large sums of money for
the same cause, and it Is predicted that
the railroads will have the hottest kind
or a ngnt on ite band unless they
should see fit to reach an amicable set.
tlement by leaving bad enough alone,
as some of the mlllmen prefer to put
It In view of the shortage of cars that
they have had to contend with for many
montha. - -
The meeting was called to order by
President Buehner, who, after stating
lta purpose, went on with a statement
on the general condition of affair and
th importance of th question at issue.
He explained that inveatlrattnn
brought out nothing to show how th
railroads can reasonably increase their
tariff on lumber, since they are alreeuty
making a good profit thereon. Others
made remarks much the same In senti
ment and the question of contesting, the
action of the roads was unanimously
Tery Serious Matter. ;
"This Is a serious matter." said Mr.
Buehner after the meeting, "and that
waa ahown by the, united stand of
those who attended the meeting. it
seems aa If the railroads bad about de-
Glad That Standard Got
Limit Will Teach
Magnates Lesson. ; ;
(Halted Press by special teases Wlra.)
Iowa City, Iowa, Aug. t. William J.
Bryan, who reached this : city tonight
on a lecture tour, was outspoken and
direct In his emphatic approval of the
asessment of th heavy fin against the
Standard Oil company. .
"I am glad Judge Land I gave th
Standard Oil company th limit" said
Mr. Bryan. That combination haa been
operated In the most brasen violation of
law. and there 1 no reason why len
iency should be shown ths corporation.
While fines are not aa acceptable as Im.
prlsonment, this penalty may be lorn,
enough to teach trust magnates some
reepeot for law. If the company does
not escape from it by appeal.
"A trust cannot be handle
gloves. We will now se whether the
price ef oil la raised and the amount
of the fine exacted from the public"
Mr. Bryan waa much interest,) in the
delivery of the opinion, and declared
that the feat ef Judge Lanuia was marvelous.
(Continued on Page Eight)
Pius Condemns Modern Er
rors Concerning Gos
v pel Interpretation. '
(Hearst Hews by tongeat teased Wire.)
New Tork. August 1. A inmiatiM
Of tha t.Vt h . K -
- niciva k tne
syllabus Issued by Pope Plus X haa
been secured by the Hearst News Ser
vice. This document one of the most
Important Issued from the Vatican In
nearly nnlf a century, concerns error
In th Cat hollo faith error resulting
from so-called modernism.
Thee errors are pointed out by
eree of the Holy Roman and I'niv.r--1
lnnitultv. The pope a aet upon f.e
document are many and In tie cnr'-i
manv are confident will rout out "i
banWh forever the pew vUwa
The syllabus In d-alli. w'h '
modernism of the fmwi. .. 1- . -no
lack of decl.lon "in-. i .
concerning the lmrnr .
gnennla, mnrtrn crlu. -
work., mlrwrle. anl n,-.'
TM I. the t'ret
to be I..MM !m-e
"ijMitnli C'ir ' (.f 1
Whln t.e . i hej I m,
pojjumr . .