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THE OREGON -DAILY JOURNAL!. -PORTLAND. SATURDAY EVENINOr MAY 27. -1911.
IN FEAR OF DEATH
DIAZ FLEES FROM
Slips to Coast and Boards
Steamer for Europe; Friends
Afraid He Faced Assassina
tion in Mexico.
THE HAND THAT FEEDS THE LOAN SHARKS.
(Cnltad Proas Iaae Wlr.
Vera t'nis, Max.. Mny 27.-Forsaking
forever the country of which he has
bu absolute dictator for 49 years, for
mer resident porflrlo Piss today
a.ll..l from thin Dort for Costsacoalcos
board the Hamburg liner Yplranga. Ha
will return here on Wednesday and then
wilt "all for Spain.
Dlai la exacted 16 iWp it Hnm
to confar with General Bernard Reyes,
but. hta attendants refused before the
steamer left, to dlaouKa the plana of
the deposed ruler. It la believed, bow
ever, that Dial will make bla home In
(Catted Pr Vm4VHr
' Mexico City, Mar 1--rar that Wu
vould be assassinated which for day
has been the great dread of Ma friend
. here, today la allayed by the flight
of the dcfiosed dictator. Reporta from
, the south are that tranquility te gen
eral there and that General Flgueroa'a
t roc pa are actively tiding the federate
In suppressing brlgandago.
It la expected that all the state leg
lalaturea will carry out Madero'a de
mands and elect his choice for gov
mors without further delay.
1 It la reported here today that China,
Japan and Germany will demand com
pensation for the killing of their sub
jects in the battle at Torreon.
On Orders From De la Barra
Legislators. Name Provh
sional President's Candidate
Governor of Province.
I'nltiHt rrM Lramt VT1r.l
31 Ps. Texas, May 27 Francisco
Madero sained hla first victory In the
state lealHlalurea today when the Coa-
liulla legislature, acting undvr orders
from Provisional President Ie la Bar
ra, elected Henor t'arransa, the Madero
candidate governor of the state to auc
ceed the deponed Dlas governor.
te la Harm has Instructed his of
ficials to recognise the following pro
Manuel Bonllla of Blnaloa.
Jos Maria of Bonora.
Abram Oonsales of Maytorena and
These officials probably will be In
stalled tbla evening or Monday. With
them in power Madero will be frwe to
go to the capital, which he probably
will do on Tuesday.
SEYMOUR IS STILL
CHIEF OF POLICE
El Paso, Texas, May 17. A number
o soldiers were killed in a pitched bat
tle between 2000 rebels and an equal
number of federal troops at OJtpaga as I
a result of a misunderstanding of the
ternia of the pCare pact, according to a
dispatch received hre today from Col
onel Bandies, in command of the Insur
rectos. Provisional Governor Gonxalee order
ed Sanches not to take the Initiative.
Later the federals were called off under
orders from the capital.
Just to Show He's Still Boss
; He's Going to Jump on
, l (Catted Press Leased Wire.)
. !t San .Franclsoo, May 17. Despite per
sistent rumors that at the meeting of
th. San Francisco Board of Police com
missioner' next Wednesday, Chief of
Police John Seymour will be dismissed
Tor Incompetence there is today not the
: slightest evidence among the tenderloin
resorts here to resuming business as, it
v Is reported. Mayor McCarthy wishes to
permit them to do. Only at the beach
resorts Is the early-closing law being
Ignored, and Chief Seymour today de
ola red be would move against those re
sorts owners at once.
- '- "l am still chief f police of San
Francisco," said Seymour today. "The
lid Is on. In, the tenderloin and it will
stay on. I have been advised by the
' grand Jurors that tbey are with me
in this ffght The dead falls and dens
of vie which flourished when I became
chief will never be allowed to resume
while I bold down the Job. I am here
to stay the full length of my term
four years and 'Cannot be broken on
any trumped up charirge."
Seymour's, attorney, Petes. F. Dunne,
is said to be preparing charges against
the board of police commissioners for
conspiracy with Mayor McCarthy to
Rappaport Testifies Detective
Got Extradition Papers by
(United Press Leaaed Wirt. ) .
Washington, May 27. Appearing to
Indorse Congressman Victor Berger's
resolution proposing a congressional In
quiry Into the kidnaping of John J.
McNamara, seoretary of the Interna
tional Association of Bridge and Struc
tural Iron Workera, to California by De
tective William J. Burns, I.eo M. Rap
paport of Indianapolis, attorney for
that .union, today declared that Mc
Namara had been taken out of the state
Rappaport declared to the house com.'
mlttee on rules that a fake telegram
from Burns to Governor Johnson of
California, did the trick. He sent this
dispatch a week before McNamara was
arrested, saying in It that he had Mc
Namara In custody and that In this way
the extradition papers were obtained.
President Ryan of the Structural Iron
Workers Union, told the committee how
the police had raided the headquarters
of the union in Indianapolis after the
McNamara arrest Asked if the police
found dynamite in the union's safe, be
"No. But there was $422 in the safe
which mysteriously disappeared and
which we have not seen since that
mil T MXlt st zLJ -in ) . ( .
Trabkage-' Arrangements i for
Entry .Into: Portland: Said :
1 n a -J
io do Hgreeu un. , j
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' (ImHiI niMMteh ta Tk. 'liaiiuit .
SeatUe, Wasn., ' May 27 Tht the
North Coast line of the O.-W. ft. A N.
company, the cut-off or the iiarnman
system, that will shorten ", the distance
between Bpokane and Portland several
hours, will be the Una Over which .the
Chicago, Milwaukee A Puget Sound will
Dan , Gallagher's Gun ..Wounds;
..to Death Man Named Brady
; at . Railroad Sheep Loading
? Camp at Noon Today.
nab.r. Dr.. Mav . if T,ilnn.fn &
nave tireci service mo rwriana seems quarrel at Huntington. Or, tbe a-W. R.
to be an opinion nursed by many prpmi- N, .division point east, of this clfy, a,
iirnv oiifuBu mrn. t ( --r - . . mn named Brady was shot and rataU
i i nia cut-uil is now dvimb . uuni 1 1- inlitu h rtan n.ll.ah.v nnnn In.
M.iji. . KI mA U la hlt4 ihmt I V ' .
yuHivi. .w . . . . v "- HIT. 7- .
negotiations lor juini (racaagf rransa.
ments have already been started
BT HOMER DAVENPORT.
More power to the movement which
has for Its purpose the breaking of the
grip of the loan sharks on the unfor
tunates which necessity forces Into their
The burden of legitimate debt is hari
Copyright, 191 1, oy C
enough to bear. When this burden
means the payment of Interest running
from 100 to 500 per cent It becomes in
tolerable, and )f the facts were known
as to the number of victims of those
usurious man-eaters who have been
Mar, Publishers' Press.
driven to suicide by their exactions
The Sage foundation has undertaken a
splendid work in fighting this evil and
both the managers of the Foundation
and those who axe cooperating with It
deserve the thanks of the community.
NK IS DYING
ROADS WILL MERGE! OF A BROKEN HEART
'Special DUpatcb to The Journal ) (t'nlted Preai leaned Wire.)
Kew York, May 27 Plans are tinder j Wheeling, W. Va., May 27.. It is re
way for a merger of the various Orejton 1 ported here today that Mrs. I.aura
Pliort Line branch roads in Idaho and ' Farnsworth 8chenk, who was recently
Wyoming, and It Is expected that the! tried for an alleged attempt to poison
formal transfers of the properties will her millionaire husband. John O. Rchenk,
be made soon. These linen are under is dying of a broken heart because she
the general supervision of General Man- is not permitted to see her two children,
ager Bancroft at Rait Lake. The mer-i On Monday her attorney, will try to
McNamara Supporters' Case
Against Burns Probably
Will Be Dropped.
ger would he along the lines of the
O.-W. R. & N. to. affeotin the Harrl
feian lines in Oregon and Washington,
Which was completed about the first of
get permission from the court to per
mit her to do so.
BODY OF MAN FOUND
i ENCASED IN LIME
Cnlte1 Tren L? -t Wlr.
San Krancisro, May 27. The roroner
Of San Maeteo county today bepan an
Investigation Into the death of a. man
Whose body, encased In lime wrapped in
a hlanket, was found in the Juadelupe
hills by a party of hunter The cor
oner believes the man was murdered.
RESIDENT OF JEFFERSON
F0UNDJDEAD ON FARM
(Salem Bureau of'Tli Journal.)
Salem. Or.. May 27. (.Vroner flouah
of Marlon county wa notified today
that J. S. MrNee, a wealthy resident
Of Jefferson, Or., was found dead on his
farm last evening, it was decided that
death was due to heart failure.
FOUR MEN INJURED IN
DURING WEEK AT SALEM
d (Halem Bureau nf The Journal.) 4
Salem, Or.. May 27. A physi-
4 elan, a life insurance man and
an undertaker, arc three or four
4 men who havp been in automobile
accidents in Salem In the last
few days. Earlier In the week d
Dr. K. E. Fischer collided with
Insurance Agent George Shafer,
and a narrow escape for both
V was experienced. Yesterday A. d
M. Clough, undertaker and
county coroner, was Jolted by a
4 Portland Railway, Light & Power
company's automobile striking
his driving horse. The horse's
4 legs were bruised, and the elec-
triclan's automobile lamp was
4 kicked off. d
(United Preas Leaaed Wire.)
Indianapolis, May 27. Collapse of
th charges by labor leaders here that
John J. McNamara was kidnaped when
he was taken to Los Angeles to face
a murder charge In connection with the
dynamiting of the Los Angeles Times,
It Is believed, will be the result of
the filing of a motion by Prosecutor
Frank P. Baker to dismiss the action
of the McNamara supporters seeking
to set aside the decision of Police
Judge Collins holding him a fugitive
McNamara was taken before Judge
Collins after his arrest by William J.
Burns and was turned over to the Los
Angeles authorities on extradition pa
pers signed by Governor Marshall.
After an Investigation Baker ' has
com to the conclusion that Collins'
action was not Irregular.
MINISTER WANTS JOB
WITH SOME REAL CASH
; Jewelry Is Released.
) ' Unlted Preaa leased Wlr.
Washington. May 27 -A trunkful of
Smuggled Jewelry, valued at $20,0on.
nald to be the property of William and
Maude Rogers, which was confiscated , (United Preaa Lcaaed Wire.)
by the Pan Francisco customs officials, j I'enyer. t'olo., May 27. Rev. W. H.
Was today ordered released by the r.t -' 1 Pinkliam. a Baptist minister, today
ficlals of the United States treasury de- I wants a job connected with some real
partment, followtng r eprcse.ntatlo ns money.
made by the New Zealand authorities! "' want a Job." says an adverttse-
that ihe gems were stolen in that coun-1 ment he inserted in a newspaper,
try. ., I "where 1 can make lots of money.
- Rogers and his wife are now in cus- j "The brand of heresy which I dls
tody and will be held for the New Zeal- j Ppn8e at Sunday meetings at the Beth
and offleors. who will take them hack any BaPtfst -church Is not relished by
to that country for trial. The lewei-I my congregation. Moth Inks I am not
ry wilt h returned wfh them as evl- 14 watchful pastor nor am I an effle
dence in . the case. ient parish administrator,- Consequent
ly my stipend is not sufficient to per
mit the Indulgence of my insatiable ap
petite for new books to say- nothing
of automobiles and trips to (3an Fran
cisco, w York anu Kurope. Ergo. I
want to be, a wage slave, and I am
looking for i master." "1
., San Diego. Ca! May 27. Dr. J. Oias
Prieto, Mexican ci nsul at San Mego,
Was accused today by the Antl-Interfer-enc
league of having violated the neu
trality laws, if the charge are proved
ht can be recalled. E. E. Kirk, counsel
fo the lea sue, appealed today to the
t'liitm States and Mexico to recall
-Prlef - - '
Republican organisations of Chicago
have already started an ' active rami
paigtito aeciirs th jtpubllran nttlonaJ
tuii.rnuun oi i j ior tnejr ctiy. . i-
Los Angeles, May 27. Judge Walter
Bordwell today extended the time set
for the pleading of John J. and James
B. McNamara. charged with complicity
in the Times dynamiting, from June
1 to July 6.
15 SUFFOCATE IN
Infant Mortality in Chicago Is
Highest in History of the .
(Doited Preaa Ltaaed Wlr.
Chicago. May 27. With fifteen deaths
from heat within 24 hours, six of which
occurred Dciween midnight and ten
o'clock this morning,. Chicago today Js
sweltering as'never before and no relief
is In sight.
The temperature yesterday touched 96
and today Is again rising rapidly. The
humidity is most oppressive. It Is re
ported that the Infant mortality is the
highest in the city's history. 4
L.a.st night an or the parks were
opened to the public and thousands
spent the night on the grass.
UNION BAND LEADER
RYAN'S FAMILY SAYS
HE'S "DOING NICELY"
'Colted Pre Leased Wire I 1
New York, May 27. Thefamily of
Thomas F. Ryan, who yesterday sub
mitted to a serious operation here re
fused today to divulge his condition,
further than to say he Undoing nicely."
Financiers generally fear that his con
dition is serious. , Not even the nature
of Ryan's operation has yet been dis
closed. As soon as possible, in case he recov
ers, Ryan will go abroad to escape tbe
.pity s heat.
(Special Dlnpatch to Tti Journal.)
Union, Or., May 27. Herman Perrs
gaux, leader of the Union brass band,
was seriously injured by falling fr6m
a horse while on the race track last
evening and died at 4 o'clock this morn
ing. . : .- . .:-
He was a native of Switzerland, where
his people reside.
SHINES AND G00-G00S
(t'nlted Preas Ieaud Wire.)
Kansas City, Mo., May 27. After run
ning a month, a ahoe shining stand with
women employes Is closed today. Wo
men customers were few and men would
Wt patronise the girls. "Pretty girls
will -look straight Into your oyes while
your shoos are being; shlncd." was the
sign over tha door. But-lt-falled-te
NEW YORK CARES FOR
'(Hotted Press Leased Wlre.t
New TOrk. May 27. Reports of the
charity societies published here today
show that there are 60 per cent more
homeless and unemployed men In New
York at present than at this time last
year. ;t . '. ? "
During April, 1907, tha number of
persons cared for at the municipal
lodging houses was 1721; In April, 108,
the applicants numbered 9363; In 1910,
9694; In April, last year, 7774 and last
month the ' total was 15.716, a little
more than 'twice as many as In April,
im. ' ' V;-- ' - :
Many remedies have been suggested
by charitable experts, but the majority
favor a stats farm colony, where un
employed men may. meet the expense
of thelaaaintonanoe and earn small
wages through) usaful labor. l.-5-,
Makes Plain-Spoken Expres
sion of Views of Capital
and Labor's .Conflict.
(United Press Leased Wire.)
Washington, May 27. Intimation that
within 10 years' time the red flag may
be seen on Pennsylvania avenue. Which
was made her by Senator Cummins, of
Iowa, is today causing great discussion
here as the most plain-spoken expres
slon by any member of congress since
the conflict between capital and labor
Addressing the graduates of the
Washington College of Law, ''Senator
"Within one decade . we- shall see
whether today's grievances are to bo
settled legally or by the manner that
existed for 2000 yearsby revolution,
violence,' terror and bloodshed. Tha
greatest problem we are facing Is the
question of distributing the nation's
vast wealth. -..
"1 do hot for a moment suggest that
there should be equality of fortunes.
Openness of opportunity is what , la
needed today. Business is being con
centrated In the hands of a few and the
vast ' opportunities once existing . are
rapidly being removed." ' - --A '
KIDNAPS 4-YEAR-OLD .
. FROM i MOTHER'S SIDE
(Doited Preas' Leased Wire.)
San Jose, CaL, May 27. Mrs. Walter
Av Crossman of Sunnyvale Is frantically
searching today for trace of her 4-year-old
boy, who was kidnaped .from her
side by her husband while she was seat
ed in a crowded restaurant here. Cross
man suddenly - entered l the cafe and,
clasping tha child in his arms, made a
dash for his automobile and drove away.
Mrs. Husted. his. mother-in-law, clung
to ths side of the machine for more than
a block before aba left the oar. t
ARRESTED AS MEMBER' :
OF THE MAYBRAY GANG
tmited Preas LMaad Wint.) , - .
Los Angeles. M 27.--Alleged to.be
one of the members of the famous May
bray gang, M. R Olbson today waived
examination . before a . United v States
commlslsoner and gave $1000 bond for
hla. appearance In court at Council
Bluffs, Iowa, next September, Gibson
was- arrested on his ranch-near 8an Ber-
nardla A r; rr
cut-off and the Hsrrtmarr 1tn down tht
Columbia rlvtr would give tha Chicago,
Milwaukee Puget 8ound an exoellent
routing Into Portland. :.
The new steel passenger train or the
C M. A 8t P which attracted' such
tremendously favorable comment yester
day when on display here, was - taken
to Taooma this morning for publlo In
s poetic n. .With tha train want all tha
company officials here, headed by mi
Ident H. R. WUllams. Trafflo Manager
M. Calkins and General passenger
Agent -George -W. Hlbbard. Plstrlct
Freight Agent X R, Veltch, with head
quarters at Portland, also went with
tne train to Tacorna this morning.
The twenty trains that will operate
between Tacoma and Seattle and Chlca
go, two each way each. day, and two
held In reserve, one at. each end of tha
run,' will leave mornings and evenings,
the first leaving Chicago tomorrow and
the first departing from tha Puget
sound cltlea Monday. The Olympian
will be the first to leave, tip Colum
bian following In tha evening. It Is
said that reservations for .every train
for more than a week havs already been
' Of the several thousands who in
spected the train on display at the Kar
ri man depot yesterday all were amased
at the wonderful equipment ' Without
question It' was pronounced the finest
train In the world without exception,
tha nine cars having been provided with
every modem Invention for the comfort
of the traveling public. The train
measures 718 feet Including the length
of the engine, and the net weight of the
cars, exclusive of the locomotive and
tender, was estimated at 3 tons.
Rrojtv la allll allva fttit ait ltva hut a .
H?Jahor. .tlmo, .aooordlng JAiin roporC
which just reached tha sheriffs .of
flea In thla city. Tha shooting took place
at the railroad sheep loading pan, wbera
the men were working. -
It Is uncertain whether Gallagher es
caped after the shooting, but. from tha
hurry up call tha sheriffs offloa got
at 1 o'clock thla afternoon to ooma at
ono, it la thought he la at large.
Tha Huntington ahootlng today la tha
third attempted murder In. thla vicin
ity In tha paid three daya. ' ,
FEARS BRIBERY IN
Prosecutor Asks Talesmen if
They Have Been Told of
' Any "Legacies."
PARKS CORN HELD FOR
NORTH POWDER MURD
(Rpeclal Diapatck to Tbe Journal.
Baker, Or., May 27. The coroner's
Jury after Investigation of the death
of Edward Lewis, who was killed at
North Powder by Parks Corn found
Corn responsible for the crime, snd he
has been bound over to tha Union
county grand Jury.
Lewis was killed following a quarrel
In a saloon at North Powder,' Corn
hit htm over the head with a beer bot
tie, knocking him senseless, i Ha died
without regaining consciousness.
The murdered man was a prominent
rancher and is .survived 'by a widow
and several children.
Both men -were intoxicated at the
time of the tragedy.
(Cnlted Preaa Uaaed Wire.)
Seattle,. Wash., May 27. Seven Jurors
have been accepted for the trial of for
mer Police Chief C. W. Wappensteln
on one Indictment charging the receiv
ing of a 91000 bribe from Charles Gerald
and Gideon Tupper, for protecting
a resort. The seven selected are
Hugh B. Whyborn, carpenter; H,
B. Miller machinlat; K. M.
Deutsch, salesman; ) Clifford Wiley,
hydraulic contractor; H. Bolts, saloon
msn; G. E. Tllton, realty dealer; Wil
ls rd Burbank, laundryman.
In examining talesmen. Attorney
Rummens for the prosecution has asked
questions as to whether they have been
approached -with the suggestion that
they might become heir; to property in
the east, or had received unusual busi
ness propositions, since drawn for the
Jury. All replied in the negative. '
REV. BECK TO DIRECT
AGENCY IN KOREA
New York, May 87. The American
Bible society has appointed Rev. S. A.
Beck, of University Place, Nebraska,
to take charge of Its Korean agency
during the absence of the Rev. V. A.
Bunker from the field. Mr. Beck was
born In Illinois In 1869. Ha went out
to Korea from Gordon, Nebraska, as
manager of the Methodist Publishing
House In Korea, He is a member of
the Korean conference of the Methodist
Episcopal church, of whioh ha was sec
retary for six years. He was treasurer
of tha Young. Men's Christian associ
ation of Korea for three years, and a
member of the executive committee of
the Korean Religious Tract society and
of the Permanent Executive Bible committee.
The Old Testament In Korean has
Just been completed, thus making the
whole Bible available for the people of
Korea for the, first time In their i his
tory.. V v ,
OREGON NEXT YEAR
University of Oregon, Eugene, Or.,
May 27.At a banquet of Oregon's
winning track team Robert N. Kellogg
of Baker City was last night elected
captain of the team for tha coming sea
son af 1911. Kellogg; baa bean a mem'
ber of the track team for three .years,
being for tha last two seasons Ore
gon's highest point winner. Hla spe
cialty Is In tha weight events, where
he has been supreme in taa northwest.
Tha election la an extremely popular
one, Kellogg la Oregon's most consis
tent man. -
Kellogg la also a football player of
soma, merit,- As a freshman he was
content with a less strenuous activity,
being a member of tha famous glee
club of 190& In his sophomore year.
however, ho tried out and made good
as. center on the varsity and ha played
In this position last season also. Kel
logg received a place on several seleo
tlons for all-northwest center last year.
notably the selection of Gilmore Doble,
of the University of Washington. He
is a Junior In the university, registering
in the department of civil engineering.
and la a member of the Sigma Nu fra
ternity. Should Oregon's present pros
pect keep up Kellogg will hav tha
distinction of captaining one of tha
fastest teams ever developed in tha
northwest. " ' " " 7
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