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VOL. VI. NO. 164.
K "VJ III II I i 11:1
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Southern Pacific Freight
Smashes Into "Outfit Cars
at Dillard -When Brakes
r Fail to Respond to Engi
TTiecrrEffort.;' ' :
Seven' Orientals . Badly t In
v jnred and .Three of the
' Dead Are Cremated in the
; Fierce Flames Cars Full
$ of Powder Escape, tt-
' Tire Japanese workmen, wars killed
virt imi badly Injured U a eolllalon
Mmi a Borthbeuad freight taeia. of
She Southern - raoiflo railroad aa4 a
"number of outfit ears tha wera stend-
' tar on the siding a Dllier station aw
Boaeburg. . :-,-.
Tbo accident was caused by the air
.'brakes of the freight train falling to
- Work. The locomotive "of the freight
' train was totally destroyed and the out
'""fit cars smashed "to kindling; wood;
Three ' of the Japanese - laborers who
'-' - were In the outfit train were literally
' "roasted alive despite the strenuous ef-
Torts rrho Jlrf;xrewawftiBB'
lured: Japanese workmen, to rescue
"-The" Japanese were eating; their. sup-
. per when the freight train came into the
' yards, and appeared to nave slackened
. speed. - Nobody expected a disaster un
- til It was seen that the bis locomotive
; continued to approach the outfit of cars
- wlih dangerous--rapldltyi-andi the neat
moment It crashed Into them. , The cars
were completely wrecked, together with
a refrigerator car near by. The wreck
ace lmm4 tely caught fire from a lamp
rmpset Intone of the outfit - cant - Bo
quickly did the flames spread that it
1 . waa Impossible to move the freight loco
i motive from the wreckage and It was
-1 burned. Seven Injured japaneee were
' rescued from the wreckage. Three of
, their number were killed outright and
. At h.r. Hljitfl In irrtnv latar- -
' The engineer" and fireman of 'the
," freight train were slightly hurt. Con
- ductor Dickson and others of the crew
were uninjured. . -
Th. Kiv frala-ht locomotive wks IfO.
1643 and one of th Pacific compound
tvna nnil received bv the company
' from the Baldwin locomotive - worksv
Dillard. the scene or ins oleaster, is a.
- station 11 miles- south of Roseburg -and
10 miles from Portland. Main line
traffic, was delayed yjthe wrecks about
- The claim iof Knglneer Sharp of 'the
frelnht train wes that the brakes re
fuaed to work properly and his explana-
tlon l aooented bv railroad officials.
.but an Investigation will be made to
determine if posaimp me reasons ror
-' tha alleaed defect In the enirine. It le
i- regarded aa Incredible that the mechan
ism-of the engine was inerrscuve ana
. yet Impossible that the engineer would
not have brought his train to a atop
nan n" own aum w uv mu. - .
. station Agent Maniey or Myrtle jreicv
tliMr.Vnf the arcident and rode a track
IkiHwr lb Dole where he found a locomo-TTp-which
he had steam to DU lard.
I ine arriaeni ana roas a iracs
Dole where he found a Incomo-
' With this engine the freight train was
hauled from the burning pile and much
property saved... Two cars back from
' me uurnina: mui waa a van iuii ui vimkk
powder, which If It had caught fire and
exploded would have blown everything
J 10 "pieces vunin a raaiua ok svu yarua..
A aneclal train brousht surreona and
- nurses from Roseburg and the Injured
' were given every attention.
I Chain !f ; Circumstantial
, Eridence ;Bein' Woven .
: About, William DeU.
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(Paelfle Coast Prais Usaed Wire.) '
Belllegham, Wash., ' Sept II.
' strong chain of circumstantial evi
dence la ' being woven around William
Teli, accused of the murder of Addle
JBDer here laat January.
The state has secured the admission
.. df the testimony of Dr. Sutherland
who examined the woman's -body after
It waa found. : Dr. Sutherland claims
thai thera waa another mot va fnr tha
I - miueror of the woman end the burning
e'lhe house to hide the crime Instead
labf robbery. v
i ' HMtna.ua IM A. na v a m Ins. m.Ka
ll nf the varioua stories tnld hv Tlnll
'Tlae br'owrt h been" brotiglil Tiere and
she has promised the orrioers that aho
will tell her story which Is believed
to be of aa great Importance regard
ing the details, as Is that of Harry
Watts, who la charged with being an
accomplice. The woman rrfay be placed
on the stand late this afternoon.
Never before has a crime eo thorJ
onahly aroimod the people of the north-
weal as una one,
ON ACCUSED MAN
i VIOLINIST TUENS
'3 $ v Jy' .v y
9-. . ....y,v, V : .. ; 2
V .'. 7m W Maud 'MacCartby. the Vlo'lInlBt..'OTer whom 'a feud haa atarted
'between- Mrs. Katherlne. Tlngley'.'ithe Purple lotua .mother and leader
of lUplversal. Brotherhood, and Mrn. Besant Alias MacCartliy caused
great anrprlse by .her..lntereat la theoaophyrj. The " sketch shows ' the
"'Old House7' at Rlflgwood, which has been given to Mrs. Tlngley to es
tablish a school by f the Hon. Nan .Herbert. -t-1-!
WILL RUSH FLEET TO
.TabDelays Sailing IlntillTW
r'1: Date of Squadron's' Sailing. :-
(PaeUle Coast Prase Lease Wire.)
Seattle.., Sept.. It. Trouble with . the
electrla steering, gejir of the steamship
Minnesota .delayed, the ' sailing of the
vesael . from " noon -yesterday - -until t
o'clock this ' morning, when the1 boat
finally steamed 6ut with Secretary of
War Tart and bla jarty,, together with
a full passenger Hat ' ". -. .'
. While this 'Is an the reason that can
be obtained from the 'Steamship com
pany, .the general,, lmpreaalon 'prevails
I San Francisco
':, u Sari; Francisco, :- Stpt 13.' From San Francisco-: CalT: .
The Oregon ' Journal,'- published at , Portlandiy celebrated
its .' fifth l anniversary-on ' September ' 8 by ' issuing one ' of the
most beautiful special editions ever printed orjjthis coast. Con
sidered typographically and fronvthe standpoint of the matter'
contained, it is an unus"ual example of newspaper enterprise.
" In addition to a 60-page Sunday paper it issued a supple
ment of 100 pages in the form f aimagazineith 100 page
of ordinary newspaper size: This is'printed pn heavy calen
dared paper arid magnificently illustrated, many colored plates
being used." The resources of Oregon are beautifully pictured.
The coyer of . the magazine section is in colors, depicting the
arrivalat -the mouth of the Columbia Tivcrorr Mar-ll- 1792,
X of the vessel Columbia, under
-Gray. ..." ' . V' V, ' '7.;i,'v-' ;.
f This copy of The Journal contains all the information
'anyone would vvisfi &b6uf ilii state, of Oregon, set forth in a
manner, that could not be improved on. ' . .
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aw-mwe-sa. ... - f' - . . ' .
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that delay of dispatches from Washlng-
O'Brien was the real eause. It le known
that special messengers were kept busy
between the telegraph offices and the
Minnesota until a late hour last night,
carrvlna cipher dispatches.
The .conference at Oyster Bay laat
night between President Roosevelt, Sec
retaries Metcalf and Straue. and the re
ported changing of the sailing date of
the Paclna eauadron from December 17
to November 17 le believed to have been
the subject of the communications ex.
changed with the secretary of war laat
nignt. - . . r
Call Praises ,
command-of Captain Robert
San Francisco Supervisors'
Police Committee N Orders
-ThatrAU Boxing Matches
Be Abolished Permits
-rArtv-Bef usede "
Chairman Stafford Declares
Whole Thing Is Botten to
' Core and Fact That Old
Board "Granted Privilege
r Is Poor Argument T;:.C
(Padfle Coast Press Leased Wire.) -
Ban Franclsoo, Sept. II. The supervi
sors' police committee haa gone on
record strongly ae being opposed -to
boxing In any form. The question was
brought up when Alex Qreggalns applied
for a permit for a JO-round fight la Oc
tober Inthe jiama ofjthe San Francisco
Athletlo club. Chairman 'BtaTforT7 waved
the application aside and merely said:
-Rejected!" without further explanation
at tha time.. "After the meeting be said
"The whole thing la rotten from top
to bottom and aa crooked aa it oosal-
bly could be.' The fact that the last
board of supervisors granted boxing ner
mlti Is an argument egalnst themi"
. 'The-promotere of the to-round boots
were not tne mr urrerers, xne men
who ' are interacted In ' the four-round
game also came In for-a scoring. The
committee jtoked -the -.permit granted
by the last board to the Bay City club.
This club was to have promoted a show
The cnier or ponce was notmea mat
thespermlt had been revoked and that he
would-be expected to stop the exhibition
Lf. an attempt waa made to bring it off.
V CIGGY IS CHIEF. V
Ruef s Elisor Appointed Head of San
.4 " 1.1 Francisco . police, -1 .
PaHfle Coart Press Lataed Win.)
' San Francisco. SsdL !. William 'J.
Blggy was appointed chief of police of
San Francisco yesterday evening at Trti
executive session of the police cora
mlMrton. BlKgr Je a native of San -Franclsoo.
He is 48 years of age. In 102, Blggy
was acting chief of police for seven
week and since last March has been
eusor.for Abe Ruer.
WILL SEND HINDUS
I TO SEE LAWMAKERS
rpanC6st- Presr-teaied- Win.)
Vancouver, , B. C. Sept ; II. Van
couver haa been so busy today trying to
solve the Hindu problem that It haa at
least temporarily abandoned the Jap
aneee and Chlneee leeuee. The sub
scription to send the nine hundrod
Hindus to Ottawa la being taken up,
believing that the sight of these man
from India -will - convince ' the - law
makers that they are not "needed here.'
There will probably be no more riots.
Having given an example how they
feel toward the orientate, the people
expect the lawmakere to pass a Jap
anese exclusion measure. If this is
not done within a reasonable time
rioting wUl be renewed.
MOBS ATTACK POLICE 1
AT CALCUTTA COURT
(Halted Press Leased Wire.)
' Calcutta, Sept 11. Sedltlonlsts are
causing serious demonstretlone follow
ing the sentencing to prison of a na
tionalist leader who refused to testify
In a case In which sedition waa charged.
The police have been attacked by mobs.
MAY HAS GRAFT
Gaiis' JIanager.'Shtes at', Of
t?fer rof lFightlWitn Bat
tling Nelson aVReno. v
'' (PseUla Coast, Press 'Leased Wire.)
.San . Francisco, Sept 718 Ben Sellg,
who represents Joe Gans. shies at the
offer of a tight with Battling Nelson at
Reno., Jie said last night: - -
"X will never allow Gang to fight be
fore any elub that Jim May le Interested
In - or Is bscklng. I believe that his
proposition to bet $20,000 en Nelson Jn
the event of the match being made
should disqualify him from promoting
the bout Any man. ran e that Uann
win be a strong public cho-trs over- the
Dane If they enter the ring under pres
ent condition May must either nave
an ace In the hole or be acting the part
of a foolish gambler, and I for one do
not coneliler him lp the latter etnas. I
consider May out of the running ea a
promoter aa far as I am rotxrrnpd. He
could not promote any flsht in arlilih
Joe Cans is a prlnclpnl even If he bung
up a puree of 1 100,040."
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'jMi-s-'JaUVKttttnep(,'V,,SoWfrAltjrMof t1. P.Earle, the'New York
artist, who thought it. perfectly proper that Mrs. Earle should take her
selt off to Franc and secure k dlyoroe In orier that she couldjie miarrted
to Jlr7 Earle., , "-. -1' i
, v : (United . Press . Leased . Wlrs.) ' .
' New York, Sept. II. Mlse JuUa Kutt
ner, - F. Plnney Earle'e '"affinity," for
whom he abandoned hla wife and child,
declares that the fact that the artist
waa rotten egged by the people of Mon
roe, makes not a particle -of difference
to bar and that her love for the man la
stronger by reason- of his being per
- Miss Kuttner declares that she le not
an Interloper and that aha did every
thing In her power to reunite the Earle
She returned from Europe a month
earlier than she Intended. Just so she
could assist In adjusting .the domestlo
difficulties which had arisen In the
Earle household. . She remained at' the
Earle home a week ' trying to
accomplish her purpose but at the end
SEATTLE GETS BUREAU
l '' ''i"'';' f W saw'5
Assistant AttbmeyiGeneral Cobley arid Chief , Campbell
Announce Establishment of New Offlce on' Sound;
Long Expected Ileadauarters ; Would ' Be Here.
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Alvord W. Cooley, assistant attorney
general of tha United Btatea, member of
President- Roosevelt's . tennis cabinet
and Richard K. Campbell, chief of the
naturallaitdn"bureau,"are' at the Port
land hotel today, on their" way to Se
attle, where they wtll establish a nat
uralisation bureau 'tor the Pacllio norm
wesU. ! this ' means ,that the bureau
which 'was commonly' expected to conie
to Portland 'will- go. to .Seattle, despite
the fight that has been waged by United
tSatesi Attorney WHlla'ny C. Bristol to
secure'the institution for. ths Ross City.
Mr. Cooley stated today that the rea
son the bureau will go to Seattle Is be
cause more persons are naturalised In
the sound city than In Portland.
"All other condition a are equal In
both cities, said Vlr. Cooley this morn
ing. "Both have about. the same num
ber of railways, about the same popu
lation, and." with a smlle. "ths number
of applicants for the head of the bureeu
are nearly equal In each cltyv .We have
definitely dedOt-d the bureau will go to
Seattle, however, but It la possible, that
a-aperjai agent will be established In
Portland to -Handle the business that
cornea up here. -. , -.. -
- -Xaoladas Iargw Tsultoiy.
- "The bureau will emnarco .Washing
ton Oregon, I-IhIio end westorn Montana.
Just how many men will be neeid to
administrate the affairs of the estab
lishment has not been decided, aa the
whole affair will be a matter of expert
mrnt for a time, rmt there will probably
be threti tnn lixslde the chief. Ve have
not df tcrmln".l who shall be the head
of the new bureau."
GOOD LOOKING '
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of that time. Mrs. Earle declared to her
that aha. and- her husband eould never
live together.-:- ... ..
It Is Miss Kuttner's opinion that while
Mre. Earle still loves her hunband she
haa never loved him as sne, miss n-uii
no, rifiAfl. ....
' She declares that Mrs. Earle told her
thht-she never had nor could she feel
such .a. perfect sympathy for Earle as
that entertained by his -affinity." .
When asked If. In the event that ehe
should marry Earle. he should find some
other wossan whom be loved more shs
would be-willing to give him up, M las
Kuttner declared that ehe would, saying:
"Yes. If It were for hie best good and
hannlness-I would give him up. The
highest sspect love wears la that of
' Mr. 1 Cooley's announcement that the
new 'bureau will not be established in
Portland is received as. bad news, espe
cially among; ' the pollticlana The - de
cisive manner In . which . Mr. . .Cooley
stated that the bureau would go to Se
attle put St rent all doubt that might
have been , lurking In the mlnds of the
politicians as to the location, -of the
head office of the bureau. t
The bureau of naturalisation waa established-
Inst .year with, Mr.' Campbell
sa lts chief, 'snd. has for Its object the
examining of applicants for cUlxonshlp
before allowing them to take out thelr
final papers, lip to the prseent time
this work has fallen on the federal at
tomeys In each district, but the work
In Oregon has been too great for Mr.
Bristol to handle outside of Portland.
The reason for this - is because many
applicants appear before the courts on
the same day In different parts of th
states, making It Impossible for Mr,
Bristol to appear at .each hearing. '.
Vataralisatloa XVaw' StrUureat. . .
The spirit of the bureau Is 'to earrv
out ths new naturalisation law pax 1
last year which plnced many restric
tions on men desiring to take part la
the country's affairs. One of the pro
visions , of ;h law Js tliat.ao.auka
receive ni rinal impers until- v dntu
after making application, it will le 1
duty of the officers connected with ths
bureau to make Inoulrlea Into the char
acter and habits or each appllixnt end
submit a report of the snme to the d
trict attorney before the. aiMi'-nt c
tera court to be fi-i-Oty ev-'irit-ii i 1
tills way It la expert l to k i nt I
(Continued on 1 i 1
Cunard Liner Fails ta -Mako
Better TimeAcross Sea
TJianl'liat Established by
Steamer Deutschland Sev-
Thonsandr of Fcoplc Greet
Liner at New' York Timo
Is Five Days, Two Hone.
and Five MinutesLo e ;
by Thirty-Five Minutcs
' (Cnlted; Preaa Leaaed Wire.)
New Tork, Sept II. Completing her
maiden trip from Queenatown, tha
Cunarder Lualtanla, the largest steam
ship afloat, ' arrived at auaranttna at
t:44 ,thls -tnornlngy. Contrary to expec
tations, she failed to break the world's
record. , . .
The ocean giantess passed Nantucket
shortly after midnight, was sighted oT
Fire Island at :S5 this morning, croaaod
the bar at :05 and at 1:15 passed Sandy
Hook, The ship docked at 11 o'clock.
Thousands of people were on tr
docks to greet 'Ibi" hue- vessel,' l,5i
polieemen being -on hand to keep them
bark. Their cheers' were added to by
the ringing; of bells and the blowing of
whistles by practically all the craft in -the
harbor and by the muaio of a dozen
bands. - ' ; '
The ' Lusltania, from the unofficial
figures, beat the Lucanla'e time four
hours and IS minutes, making the trip
In flve'daya, two hours and five minutes.
The Lusltania, however, failed to beat
the record of 1 the German steamer
Deutschland. An exact comparison Is
impossible, the etarting point of the
two veaaela being different but it in
estimated that the Deutschland covered
the same distance aa the Lusltania Iri
I' daya, 1 hour and IS minutes, or S3
mlnutea less than the Cunarder. Tha
Deutscbland'a average speed was 2.1.5
knots, snd the Lusltanla'a ti.t. The
Lusltania was frequently - delayed bv
fog. but made up with " tremendous
bursts of speed when the weather waa
While the publlo attention was cen
tered ort the Lusltania, the French liner
La Provence came into port elmoet un
acclalmed with a real record. Sha
made the passage from Havre, 1,140
miles, in days, 1 hour and IS minutes,
sn sversge of 11.08 knots per hour.
This broke her previous record of -days,
Consolation Found in Hope That Reo
i ord May .Yet Bo Broken.
' (UnlUd Press Leased Wire.)'
Iondon, Sept 11. All England is dis
appointed because the Lusltania fade
to break the record, as It was hoped
that the Lusltania would wrest th
blue ribbon from the Germans. Bom
consolation Is found In tha statement
that the Lusltania was not pressed t
the limit and may yet break the record.
Infant .Knocked Down for
, 7 Going to Its Mother's , ,
. For going to his mother's defense on
seeing her beaten by her husband.
4-year-old James Thomas was knocked
against the wall "by his father, accord
ing to 'the allegations tn a suit for di
vorce "filed la the circuit court thl
miming by lira Lulu Thomas against
Abraham C Thomaa, the streetcar con
ductor who -was arrested recently on
the, charge of '.wife beating. Mrs.
Thomaa Bays her huahand beat her
much that the baby roae against lil
and said to his father:
"If 1 was a big man I would P"t 1
you best my mmnmi fat w"y ". '
upon Thomas, it le ala-K -d, r'ru
Sturdy little feilow on the sl..
head knocklns hlrn evslnst tlit v
seriously inpirtng him.
Mrs. Tliomas charaea Unit )
bantl boat her. drnr, snd n
on one occHMion t
the ekln -itte off
at Ch" emi",
and hive to 1 ,
and Ivan, at"! 1 v
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temi.rif ..1 r a
are vi - 1 f y
y s e . in