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Sale as He May
-Walter H.-Mrer presldentTof
and MraJLaura Moore. hU wife, this
court a deed transferring all right and title In .7,498 acreaOf land m
Multnomah. Morrow and Sherman counties In this state and In STankUn
county.' Washington, Talued at about ' $ 2 5 0,0 00, to Thomas . C. DeTlln
as trusteerto" be'used In the payment of the claims against the defunct "
.tank. x"r- '-i'V' - j 'v" ;.' "'"". : ': .'i
-TBg-tra.nfcriTas Imttu'mcnt ti--tU4 lowxl to transmutfthijroprtr info
prorAslon st!pui?e thut the transfer
of title is synuts-Mid-linpow-no
quallfylns corJLIons. . . It 'i provided
that th proptlf;y Is to b tumd over
td Boiyr 1 UeTUif t be 4 1,8
; deem, moflt eXPedlenf'tor-the-llquWa--
tion of the :bntf -indrttodneM.' It
may bS sold If . that procedure would
realise highest, or It may be trans
muted Into collateral In jam other
tway by mortfste or loans If that meth
ca would be productive of the largest
: fund possible. - V " .' -
Saela of f f f It
hthoroperty Im placed . In the re
fver' h.nds io do with ".hj:
.fit. If the bank -remalne-in - the
hMdi of the receiver and- the f cour,
S'tll Its affairs are wound up In the
usual course of receivership and the
' labilities exceed the assets and pay
ment in full Is not made, then the whole
of Mr. Moore's property Is to be utilised
. In makln what reparation 4s possible
f t06n 'thtThWnd. If the bank pay.
out aim there should be a residuum,
then Mr. Moore Is to be considered a
, creditor of the bank for the amount
' which was realised, upon his Property
and shall t-e entitled to share In the
urn left after the depositors have been
in the event of reorganisation of the
hank and Its removal from the hands or
r the receiver then Mr. Moore Is to be al-
VENESS WLL, ENJOY
FORTUNE - IN PORTLAND
P V (SpwUl IM.peteh " to The Journal.) "
; , " Chehalls,"V'ash Wt 10. State Sen
ator J. A. Veness, .having closed an ex
tremely advantageous deal, by which
he disposes of his targe milling and
' timber Interests 1n Washington to the
Weyerhaeusers, will become a resident
of Portland. He will settle himself In
- an elegant, residence to be built on a
alte he purchased several men trie ago.
Henator Venees "and - his son, Fred
Veness, of Wlnlock have closed the deal
for the sale of their sawmill plants
. and timber holdings at that place, at a
. consideration Riven as 1930,000 cash.
The Weyerhaeuser company Is said to
be back of the buy, which, however,
stands In the name of two of its aux
. Iliary concerns, the Potlatch Lumber
eompany and the Kalama Boom com-
puny. The Campbell Logging ft Rail
road company of Portland managed the
It is stated that the purchase was
made by the Weyerhaeuser company
' with a view to securing possession of
. the 350,000,000 feet of timber on lands
held by the Veness firms, rather than
' for the value of . the sawmill plants
themselves. There are two mills at
Wlnlock, with a combined dally capac
ity of 126,000 feet..- The report has It
, that both these mills will be torn down
' end the machinery moved to the Weyer
. haeuser site near Mouth Bend, where a'
mill will be erected to cut up e lot of
, burned timber owned Dy that concern
TEAR WOMAN APART
TO FRIGHTEN DEVIL
Vf (totted Press Lessee Wire.) ,
- -' Hon Clly, 111., Sept SO. Accused of
' torturing to death Mrs, Letltla Green
laugh, aged 14 and -a cripple for 20
"""years, five persons, member of the
' sect of rarhamttea. Including the son
and daughter cf the dead woman, have
been arrested. According to the charge
agninnt the prisoners, the dead woman's
- -t'gk wS..twlsted an1 she was lttcrslly
''ed to pieces in an attempt to arlv
-1evtl out of her pain-recked body,
v.man died on Wednesday,
s, the authorities learned the
vv srrested Jennie and Walter
r and Mrs. Hattte Bmlth and
Vhell snd Wife, charging
?enlaugh la said to nave
Is Brought About
the . XegonTTruiTlb Saylnga bank.
afternoon filed with the circuit
stock equivalent to . the value, of bis
nronertv. -This iTnjceaureWO,ala Place
Mr. Moore on the same footing with the
depositors of the defunct Dannwno con
verted their deposits Into stock as he
would be riven a dollar worth of stock
for eacb dullar of valuation placed upon
his property. Just as a . man with a
deposit of 1600 would be able to con
vert bis deposit into - tt0 worth of
SmghO waoujafcegea, .'"-. .'
It Is estimated that the value of Mr,
Moore's property will be close to I2S0,
000. Upon this sum there Is a mor
nre of $20,000 held against one of the
eastern Oregon properties while a mort
gage of 1 10,000 la held against the Port-lan-i
1 proiiei ty. - t 1
The Portland property consists of
BT 22-100 acres of land In- Portland, In
cluding a warehouse' property in - the
city, against . which the 110,000 mort'
gagt Is held. The other properties are
a block of land of 2, WHO acres in Mor
row county and another tract In the
same - county totaling 1,824 acres; a
tract of 1,015 acres in Sherman county
and another of 1.440 acres in Franklin
county, Washington.' ;. . - r
COMING MIKADO WILL ?
Toklo. Sept. 20.. The heir apparent to
the throne of Japan has decided to pay
a visit to - Korea, sailing' from Yoko
hama on October 10.
up North river, for cargo shipment.
This timber will .have to be cut at an
early date In order to save it. .
The removal of the sawmills from
Wlnlock will be a severe blow to the
town, for their payroll has been a main
reliance of the town for many years.
. - Business XCaa aad wollttolan.
The sale includes all the holdings of
Senator Veness and his son, embracing
their two 'residences, 14 cottages, - a
store building,. 12 miles of logging road,
seven donkey engines, 3,000,000 feet or
logs In the pond, 2,000,000 feet of lum
ber In the yards, horses, and all equip
ment of the mills. .
.Several months ago Senator Veness
bought a residence site In Portland and
be will at once rush to completion a
beautiful residence In that city.
. Senator Veness' success In the saw
mill business In Lewis county has been
most gratlfytng to - himself and his
friends. Originally the mill at Wlnlock
was owned by Prescott Veness. Sev
eral years ago the senator bought the
partner out and In about two years bad
cleaned up enough money in the mill
business to put him out of debt. Iter
he picked Up all the timber holdings
he could and by the, sale now an
nounced makes the. cleanup of a for
Senator Vines has been a strong
olltical factor lh Lewis county. Ho
as served In the state legislature, one
term In the house, and two as the
senator from Lewis county.
made a confession,. In -. which he Is
credited 'with saying that on Wednes
day his father, who Is not a Parhamlte,
was called from home. - Then the Ave
persons now under arrest knelt by the
sick bed of Mrs. Qreenlaugh, twisted
and Jerked her arms. As the bones left
the sockets the woman's screams were
tnken for those ot the devil's. This
done, the victim's neck was horribly
twlsjd spd the woman, died, .the-same
any. i ne anegea torturers triea to re
store the . woman to life by a weird
The Parhsmlte sect was founded bv
Charles Parham a year ago. It hue 200
members, who were originally membere
of Imwle'a church. One of their beliefs
Is that sickness Is due to the presence
of the devil la the bedy.
Apply Money Received Fronu
PonTention at San Francis go
v Decided to Put Up Those
fnVnTTffillate . With of
' Support the Organization
Straight Ticket in Field
Mayor Taylor Mentioned as
Choice of the Democrats
Will Be Acceptable, to In
dependents Hyan Will
- Ptdfl Ooest fress Leased Wire.) (
Baa Francisco, Bept. 10. The Demo
cratic convention will meet tomorrow
evening .and . after , naming temporary
officers, will take an adjournment The
leaders of the party are .holding secret
"CfljfpH! 4 motif thI8IS3aVBp
whether Jtfuyor Taylor and District At
torney Laugdon shall be nominated by
the. conveatlojv- but-there was hd as
surance today hat these two men had
been agreed. upoa-. ,
In-vlew-otthe actloaof the Unlon-i
Labor party convention last night in
deciding, to put up a straight ticket. It
is probable that the Democrats will be
zoBcea -to aominate Mayor Taylor.
He will also be nominated by peti
tion by the Independents. .- .
- Daniel Ryan will undoubtedly- be
named 'by the Republicans, and thus
there will be a three-cornered -fight for
the mayoralty, the coalition scheme be
tween.. the .various partles having al
ready practically failed. .
The union labor convention was tem
porarily organised. The P. H. McCar
thy wing of the party was in control
and elected Its candidate for temporary
ohalrman. James F. Leonard. The con
vention purposely avoided going Into
the Question of appointing a committee
to confer with the other conventions in
respect to the nomination of a mayor.
- while the convention was laraelv at
tended, Bchmlts was not once referred
to during the evening. After effecting
a temporary organisation the conven
tion adjourned to the call of the chair
Thomas F. Eagan, as chairman of the
county committee. In his opening speech
ioia or laoor repreeent&uvea coming
before you to aive an account of their
stewardship." He said the - toiling
masses had no confidence In the old
parties, but looked to the Union Labor
party for amelioration. He - believed
that the demand for amelioration still
existed, and to change the Identity of
that party at this time would be to be
tray those who had given it their suf
SOFT VOICED HELLO
GIRLS ARE FILIPINOS
Chicago, Sept. 20. Dr. David J. Do
herty, commissioner of -the Philippine
Progress association, who Is In Chicago,
says that the Filipino girls are the
best telephone operators in the world.
Dr. Doherty has been in the Islands
since February 1200.
.MT.neri u no Question about it la my
mind," he said. "The Filipino girls
are the best telephone operators In the
world. Louis Glass, now in trouble
I San Francisco, was out to investi
gate the system and said that he wished
he had Filipino girls with their even
temper and soft voice for his plants
In this country." , .
BRUHN TO BUILD BIG PLANT
Seattle Pacter, Together With Louis Zimmerman, Will Erect One of Largest racking
Establishments on Pacific Coast in Vicinity of Swift Stockyards on Pen- ; .
" insula Ban
Portland has been, chosen ' as the
proper place for one of the largest
packing plants on the Paclflo coast,. In
addition to the big plant now being con
structed by Swift eV Co, on the penin
sula.1. : . "'
(Charles Brnhej, one of the best. known
packers ef the west coast, ha associat
ed himself with I Zimmerman, and ao
coretng to report, will construct the
most modern plant In the west at some
point on the peninsula, close to the pro
posed new stockyards and the plant now
building for Swift Co. . .
Mr. Bruhn was formerly . associated
with C. H. Frye at Seattle and Tacoma
under the firm name of Frye-Bruhn
company. Livestock men say that Mr,
Bruhn Is one of the most practical
packers In the west and the great sun
ees made -hy-iii e-Frye-Bruhn eenmawy
In the north wilt be more than dupli
cated when the new concern completes
its proposed plant In this city, Mr.
Bruhn is said to be financially able to
cerry out his portion of the contract, as
he Is reported to be worth upwards of a
It la stated that while the new plertt
Is being eeostruoted Lbs concern will
SOUVENIR ISSUE - OF TJIE. JOURNAL CAN i BE I-..
Late Portland Politician
: Thousands on Forged Ta
per and Got Loans From
: '; Oregon Trust Bank.
Six Weeks Prior to His Sud
den and Mysterious Death
He Began to Involve Him
. self in Many Shaky Finan
cial Deals. -
Startling developments are coming to
light concerning the alleged dealings In
f rehsled finance . of the lata Philip F.
Rogoway, the well-known Portland poli
tician, which,' If accounts be true, rival
those of Cassis Chadwlck , In . their ez-
tent, if not' in their amount. -rdltte-allegoVfcjrt-former
and friends of Rogoway that he secured
between 116,000 anil SlS.tOO In the
roonthror six' weeks Just prior to his
sudden and mysterious death on August
According to those who have rteen
making an Investigation of the affairs
of his estate, Rogoway secured money
from nearly every one he knew. He ap
parently possessed some strange power
to influence tnose ne came in contact
with hard-headed business- men, most
of them of his own race, as well as
some of the best-known bankers In Port
He is said to have forged the names
of his Tather and rather-in-law,- Jacob
Goldstein, to two notes, on which he
secured nearly 14,000 a few days before
his death. These alleged forgeries are
said to have been discovered Thursday,
August 29, and when Rogoway was noti
fied of them he promised to fix the mat
ter up Immediately. The next day he
waa found In a dying condition In his
own home at 390 Hall street,, and was
dead within a few minutes. ; ,
Death Came Quickly.
Rno-owav'a death was So sudden that
Dr. J. Allen Gilbert, who had been called
In by Mra. Rogoway, suggested an au
topsy. This Was performed at the coro
ner's and revealed that death was due
to acute gastritis, or Inflammation of
the stomach. The contributory causes
of this acute gastritis were not gone
When the surgeons who had cer-
formed the post-mortem suggested to the
coroner that an analysis of the contents
of the stomach be made. Coroner Flnley
replied that he had no funds for such
purpose, so no further Investigation was
--'I - found -the etomach and the blood
vessels greatly inflamed," said Dr. Gil
bert, "and also found a mass of undl-
fested food, raw carrots and mother
hings In. his Stomach. He had lunched
before he came home, and his wife told
me that ha had become unconscious
within a few minutes after reaching
the house. He died In half an hour. I
could not determine whether there was
any poison in the etomach or not with
out making a chemical analysis, and I
had to leave that with trie coroner, lie
said nqne was necessary."
Isaac rTieaman,-me proprietor er a
meat market at First and Columbia
streets, was an Intimate - friend of
Rogoway and was one of those who
claims to ' have been caught by the
financier In the net which he apparently
spread for big snd littler -
"He rorgea my name 10 m noie xor
(Continued on Page Three.)
Will Be Placed on Slaughterhouses in City, .
operate the old Zimmerman plant In
South Portland. , This , plant. ha been
running for some .time under the name
ot the Portland Packing company, with
L. Zimmerman and 1. Friedman of this
city owners. The withdrawal of Mr.
Friedman from the concern caused a
reorganisation of the firm and the plant
Is now being operated under the name
of the L. Zimmerman Packing company.
According to report the plant pro
posed on the peninsula will have a ca
pacity about as great as the Swift con
cern now building and It will be
even more modern than the latter. It
Is stated that negotiations for the land
on the peninsula have already-j-eached
a stage where the -exact location Is
The Zimmerman plant has been run
In North Portland In violation of city
ordinances and against the protests of
the people. It Is operating now and
It 1s Nkeiy"tnanitpi Will b4" taken by
the city authorities to shut down the
plant. Mayor Lane said this morning:
Ttolates City Ordinance.
"There must be no exclusive privi
leges In conducting slaughter-house
within the city limits. If Zimmerman
Is to be granted a pemlt to conduct his
plant then the Armours, the Swifts,
i - x i -- ' ' . . ,i . .
ADMIRAL EVAS, WHO ; WILL
FLEET " DURING ,IT9 CRUIS
Eight Vessels Now at Frisco
"3 Expect to Precede Bat- T
tleship Squadron. : '
(Bpeelsl Inspetca , to The Joerasl)
San Francisco, Sept. 10. Mare Island
navy yard officials deny the assertions
of Congressman Ltlley - of the , house
committee on naval affairs . that Mare
Islapd navy yard Is not prepared to take
car of vessels of-the battleship fleet
that Is to visit the Paclflo coast. A
very small appropriation would be re
quired to deepen the Mare Island chan
nel to the big dry dock which at pres
ent has 33- feet of water at high tide.
Any cruiser of the fleet could be cared
for -at -this - dock -and - beaide, In an
emergency, the big Hunter's Point dock
.could accommodate any one of . the
Cable dispatches from Honolulu re
port tnat the four cruisers of the Asi
atic float,- the Maryland,- Pennsylvania,
West Virginia' snd Colorado have left
for this city. The Albany, Cincinnati,
Raleigh and Charleston are now here.
The eight vessels mentioned may be
sent ahead of the battleship fleet with
orders to stop at Astoria and Portland.
Nothing definite regarding the stops of
the battleship fleet has been learned
here beyond the ordinary orders re
ceived at the yard outlining the possi
ble assignment of the ship.
The impression here Is that there will
be no change In the original program
that - mentioned - Admiral Evans as the
commander of the fleet: naval officers
think Kvans will be assigned to the
task. '....,....--. . - .
the Cudahys or any other packing com
pany muse be granted the- same con
cession If they apply for then.
"There are In the city ordinances pro
visions against granting slaughter
house franchises 'In the city limits.
Whether tbey are to be enforced strict
ly to the letter depends on the will of
the people. -The packing plant on the
Macadam road waa once particularly of
fensive and obnoxious to the people liv
ing In - the vicinity. Tbe market In
spector, Mrs. Sarah Evans, Informs me
that upon her last visit she found the
slaughtering, rendering - and - packing
done in the most sanitary manner pos
sible and the nauseating odors usually
Inhabiting such establishments were no
"However, the cleanliness of the es
tabllahment does not mitigate operating
the establishment contrary Jxi. law, and
the'laws must be enforced. If any of
the people residing In the vicinity of
the plant object to It, then of Course
we must close it up." . , ,
Blocks Trial Proceedings.
I.ouls Zimmerman Was arrested Au
gnst 1 for conducting a slaughter nous
XConllnued em Page Three.
COMMAND TUB BATTLESHIP
B AND STAT OVl THE " PACIFIC
Southern Pacific Congress
man strongly upposes
Third Term Talk,
(Halted Frees Leased Wire.)
. New fork, Sept. 30. Congressman
EL A. Hayes, of San Jose has written e
letter to a local newspaper In which he
strongly, opposes a v third ' term for
Roosevelt : He says: , '
. The reason -at the , bottom ef the
strong objection, among tbe people of
the west, at least -to a third term, la
the growing power of the president of
the United States." The longer he re
main In of flee the larirer the number of
his appointees and the men who feel
under obligation to him.
"We,-here In California, bordering on
Mexico, have an object lesson directly
In point In the . present condition of
Mexico. - Although the forms - of pop
ular government are stilt maintained
and adhered to, Mexico Is today nothing
but a despotism and It Is so chiefly by
reason of the continuous service of
President DIas and for one I shall re
sist with all the power that I have the
breaking down In any way ef the anti
third term sentiment."
Congressman Hayes was the choice
of the Southern ' Pacific political man
agers through W. J. Herrtn and Abe
Ruef at the Santa Cms convention three
rears ago. Probably Republican will
Ind In this fact balm for a Republican's
attack on the president,
OLD AGE IS CAUSE
OF OFFICER'S SUICIDE
-. ' (Pacific Coest Press Leased Wire.)
San Francisco, Sept 30. Deepondent
from old age Matthews Schleudachker
an ex-army officer, 73 year old. com
mitted suicide by slashing his throat
with a rasor this morning. He died be
fore assistance could be summoned.
Hchleudschker was colonel of the 111th
Tennessee regiment In the civil war.
Ubl II IL-IILV Ull lA
ULUUIIIL ULOI Ul
BORAH EXPECTS TO GO
TO SENATE VINDICATED
'. (Sperud Dispatch to Tbe Jearaal.) - .
-Boise, Idaho, Sept 10. "Governor
Steunenberg was generally known to be
one of the principal promoters In the
Boise. Basin timber country," deolared
United States Senator W. E. Borau to
day,' discussing the report that the government-would
attempt to show that
the late chief executive of Idaho was
on f the prime movers in the Idaho
land frauds.' ' ' t
"Steunenberg," continued Senator
Borah, "filed on the lands in question,
and went back east to find a buyer. He
called on Moon and Barber In VY 1 soon
sin, and It was mainly on hi represen
tations that the Barber Lumber com-
rany formed for the purpose of cutting
"The. governor wa made buyer for
the company and he returned to Rolse
to purchase lands. Ho fr as I know,
he always acted lawfully In the matter,
t y this, though ot course J do not
Delegations From Oregon,
Will Unite in Effort to Se
cure Continuing Contract
The , Journal's Plan Meets
Hearty Approval of Meit
"Who Represent Pacific
Northwest in Congress
Will Assure Canal.
Realising the benefits to be derive
from an open - river -and-1 the. necessity:
for the completion of the Celllo canal, I
United States senators and represent-)
tlve from r Oregon. " Washington and
Idaho are pledging themselves to aid
414 pvojoct oJ'httv 4ft 9 ths 9ft it hi oJct
placed upon a continuing contract basis.
The Journarhas undertaken the task
of Interesting the national legislator
In this movement and recently addressed
letters to tbe so Ions representing the
three state affected. Replies have been
received in a number of oases, and In
every instance the moat enthuslastlo
support 1 promised.
' Placing the Celllo canat on a continu
ing contraot basis will obviate the ne
cessity of a special appropriation at
every session of congress and will as
sure the completion of the work.
- Replies toTheJounial's letters, are
given herewith: .
eaaso Fulton a Work.
alSrla." Or '" ' Brjf ' II. "I ' k'ffl VeTT
glad to see that The Journal baa taken
up the matter of having the improve
ment of the UDDer river, uarticularly -
the work at Celllo, placed under tb
continuing contract system. I cannot
think at this time of anything that I
can suggest to you In addition to what
you have already said and the course
your paper has taken. I made an earn
est effort at the last sesssu to have
this work' put under the continuing con
tract; Indeed, took It up the same time,
and luat as earnestly ss I did the wotK
at the mouth of thu Columbia river, t
eucceeded, as. you are aware, in navinx
the work at the mouth of the river
placed under the continuing contract,
but failed In securing that action In re
gard to Celllo. It Is my purpose, how-
., .A V . Ir a, ttlAm Affftln th.
coming session and make a very earnest
effort in thai airection. ui courso it i
vastly Important that we should secure
such action, for It assures the diligent
prosecution and early completion of tn
work. I am a most thorough believer
in the policy of Improving to the ut
most our navigable rivers. I thin
every river tht can rs made navigate
should be made mo snd should be ma n
navla-able throughout the greatest
eible length. No railway commission
will be able to reduce rates to the ex
tent that tbe Columbia and Bnake rlvf s,
thu Improved, will reduce them, t'oui I
we have an open-highway by means of
these rivers from Lewlston to the sen,
the transportation problem In that sec
tion would be practically solved, not
only a regards rates but as rear.n
facilities, 1 am with you In this w"
and am glad to see the stand Tin
Journal has taken, and will di n'l ta
my power to assist c w. j'uu'UA..
lesator Borah la Xdae,
"nnlsa. Ida.. ' Sent. 14. 1 am vprf
much Interested, a you may know. I 1
the subject matter anout wnicti yr.i
write. It-seem -to-, me that it 1 i.
every way entitled to the considera
tion and auonort of all of us ami mo f p
a I am concerned I shall be glad to L i
called upon at any time to axMnt.
have not any particular suggHtkns t ,
maae ai mis umi uui may imvu iv-'i .
At anv rate vou may feel assure,! t. ,r
I am a devoted supporter of the pro ...
sltlon and will continue to be t
will lend whatever ssslstam-e I cm
either in public or private lif.
'" Seattle. Wash..' Sect. 13. "I have' al
ways been in favor of an ooen Sm..
and Columbia river. I realize the v.-,t.
(Continued on Pag Three.)
know what evidence wa adduced her , re
the grand jury. I never sysptM tnl
Speaking of his own case, f--.' -Borah
declared he would not nv I i ,,'.
elf of technicalities, thotiKh he l. in v, I
the statute of limitations tin l i i
against his alleged crime..
"I will not enter pleas to tlin st.it . -.
of limitations," said the ihhu v. - ,
Premised to deliver the stute .t i ,
a Roosevelt or Taft at the n-M ,
tton. "I want all the f u i , ..,
the Jury so I can go to ,
cemSer I without a stain -i , , ,
"My position with tt r
company is that rr r"n. u .
I do nut believe It run I , , , , ,
even unwittingly mix-d ui l i , ,
"It I clslmed f drew c 1 . ,
for the company. I i .
contracts, but I ill I .
"I sskPil the f.( , ,
to hasten the r., i j ,
senate vlntllcatxi '