IONE PROCLAIMER IONE, OREGON EVENTS OF THE DAY Newsy Items Gathered from All Parts ol tbe World. Cms Important but Not Lees Inter esting Happening from Point Outsid th State. Fairbanks bu left China on bio way to Manila. The Santa Fa ha withdrawn ttoor- ders for faat traina from tb Eaat Burglars succeeded in getting away with jewelry valued at 1100,000 in Pittaburg. Spanish forces in Moroceo bar been greatly reinforced and now nop to de feat the Moors. ' Tbe first snow baa fall toMon tana. Should it continue much uncut grain will be damaged. Hill has attacked tbe Southern Pa eiflc land grant in order to force an entrance into Southern California. The Chicago, Milwaukee Puget .Sound road has offered to carry mail from Chicago ,to Puget sound in 59 ' hours. Pernicious anaemia and oedema of tbe lunge was the chief cauae of Herri tnan'a death, according to Or. Lyle, hia physician. Ex-President Roosevelt has been named as a delegate to tbe world's mis sionary conference at Edinburgh, Scot land, next June 14 to 24. Peary says he will prove Cook waa never at the Pol. Harrman lines are not likely to have any more one-man power. Canadiana are determined to re-open the Bering sea sealing question,- Harriman stocka did not drop on the stock exchange as waa expected. Lord Rossberry has left the British , Radical party and Joined the Liberals. Tbe first drawing in the Cuban na tional lottery yielded the government $100,000 profit. . Latest advices say 10,000 lives were lost in tbe earthquake which destroyed Aeapulco, Mexico, Chicago carmen are again endeavor ing to arrange for arbitration with the streetcar company. The situation In Northern Mexico hi still aerioua and there la much suffer ing among the people. Unusuat building operations through out tbe United State is reported for August. Portland shows an increase of 28 par cent. J. P. Morgan has offered financial aid to Explorer Cook. Wireless messages from the Pacific fleet report it near Honolulu. A movement has been started to unit St. Paul and Minneapolis. Harrlman'a fortune) la variously es timated at from $60,000,000 to $100, 000,000. British people are Inclined to favor Cook again! Peary after reading tbe latUr's story. During- bis trip through th Weet Taft will explain tb new tariff bill in bis speeches. . Government suits Involving tltl to ell land in California will be delayed by the death of Harrlmao. The party of Japan bosmss men visiting th Coast express aurprie at th magnitude of the country. Cook baa sent for Eskimos to aid In proving that he reached the Pole, but they may not reach this country before spring. There la much a peculation as to Hsr riman'a successor,.. Three men are named in this connection, J. C. Stubbs, R. 8. LoveU, and Joliua Knitscbnltt Th Southern Pacific I to en tor tb traneeontineotal speed sonteat, Th voleano of Akutan, Aleutian Island, Alaska, hi to violent eruption. Lord Northcllff say Germany la actively preparing for war with Groat Britain. , Wealthy capitalists bav rooted for coal land fraud, aslng. ar- ar Wy Tom J on neon as been nomftted r for mayor of Cleveland, Okie, by tb Dmoerate. I It to smki President Taft will so, j tain Secretory Bellinger and that Pta-I hot will nave to ff. .1 9y!?-foB''JrT--l ' aav beea Son Mod oy to controversy ear who was Ant at th bask ' Senator MltewsU'i hairs I thw salt to saps paying against hiss by th bfre hta it tost AID I NEEDED. Appeal Made t) America for Suffer er In Me Mi co. Washington, Sept 14. Talea of great suffering In the flooded districts of Mexico as told in telegrams receiv ed at the Stat department today from Consul General Philip C. Henna, brought forth another appeal tonight from tbe American Red Cross society for fund with which to. supply our unfortunate neighbors of Mexico with tbe necessities of life." The loss of life and dee traction of property is even greater than was at first supposed, and it Is predicted that great physical suffering will prevail among tb bo melee during th fall and winter. Th destruction waa greatest in th country and small towns between Mon tereyand Mat mora. Mr. Hannasays tb American consul at Mat mora r- norts that nlac under water and a seri ous condition of affairs exists and that the railroads between Matamoras and Monterey have been washed out. "Wear tending supplies down th railroad as fast aa it ia opened," says Mr Hsnna. He suggests that It might bs possl bl for the American army in the South west to co-operato with the Mexican army and American and Mexican con suls in assisting Mexican towns. "It is believed by many," Mr. Han na aald, "that more than 10,0000 live hav been lost, and thousands are home less." - OLO SETTLEMENT IN RUINS. Storm Plays Havoc With Century-Old "Plac of Peace." ' La Pat, Bala California, Sept 8. via Guaymas, Sept 14. La Pas, th old est settlement of th California, la in ruin. Tb most terrific itorm ever known has wrought havoc In and about the old pueblo. Seven live are al ready known to be lost and the shore is irewn with wreckage from ships and boats In tb roadstead. Jn many pla th water is four feet deep in the streets and some of tb thoroughfares are channels for raging torrents. Communication with th outside world, except by a steamer, which has juat stopped at th port, ia cut off and tb greatest misery exists, especially among tb poor townspeople, tbe mi jorlty of whom hav lost everything they bad in tbe world. From the coon try districts come tb nwe that th devastation tber baa been great Without warning tb cy clone buret on thia "Plac of Peace, aeeompanid by torrents of rain. The boats along shor and anchored in tb bay were torn from their moorlnn and most of them were battered in collision or thrown upon tbe beach. Th sky waa overcast and many believed the end of tb world at hand, and crowded tbe old mission church in a delirium of fear. BOMB OASES ON TRIAL. Sanaational Disclosures Are Promised at Chicago. Chicago, Sept 14. Sensations! dis closures are promised in tb trial of Vincent A. and Joseph Altaian, charg ed wita malicious mischief and arson. A score of witnesses will b brought oy uw sue in aa attempt to prove mat Dotn were guilty of cauaing th explosion and fir which wrecked lb Standard Saab A Door company's nlant ray 28, 1908, and their testimony, It i claimed, will throw considerable light on th entire series of bmb out rages which bav token plac in Chi cago in the last two years. ' Sercotary John J. Brittain, of th Amalgamated Carpenters' union, aald today that members of tb anion would do ell in their power to aid the defense. Assistant State's Attorney Benjamin J. Snort, who will have charge ef the prosecution, said that th reason, th "Bomb 81" case would not b Heard first waa that State'a Attorney Wav- man believed It waa not as important a case aa that of to Standard Sash A Door company's explosion and fire, and that tbe penalty was not so great "Conviction in tbe ess to b tried first mean a penalty of 29 years im prisonment," be said, whil la th 'Bomb ST case there ie'no arson char and th penalty for th offense to only ton years," ' Bsggsge Smashing to Ens). Topeka, Kan., Sept 14. Tb bag gag assaaher's day In Kansas ia ended. The Kansas board of railroad eommts ionere aa issued an order that bag gagemen most not let tracks go tumb ling down fvoss a ear door to tb brick or stoc station platform. Recently th baggg smashers have been mere active than si. Th board ba had any eomalainto f trunks being brok , m damaged by tbe dropping from tb ear door to tb platform when the station agent did not front to poll aa a tract, to tee ive th baggage, ' - wtt to St Sovt Pol. ss-sssTsSto -ao-jiM, w 1M will stast July his AiitartiexpodltoB. Cap. tabs Baott said today hi plea meJaded ta mm C tare tkM by a solas and HARRIMAN IS DEAD Victor In Financial Battles Loses - to Grim Reaper. MIND REMAINED CLEAR TO LAST Secrecy preserved Until Stock Mar ks Olosod Tim Misstated r Whol Family Prnt. Anton, Sept 10. Edward B. Hsrri- th greatest organiser of rail roads the world has ever known met tbe only lasting defeat of his active life at th bands of death. Secluded in his magnificent home on Tower Hill, ha raccumbed to an intestinal disorder yesterday after a fight against disss that will rank for sheer grit with hla remarkable struggles in the financial world. The exact time of his death Is known only in that limited circle of relatives and associates who had shielded Mr. Harriman from all outside annoyance during bis last illness. Tbe time was given out as 8:85 p. m., but sirs. Mary Simonds, sister of the dead man, aaid last night that Mr. Harriman died at 1 :80 p. m. whether this apparent discrepancy has any bearing on the current bllef that every effort was roads to lessen tbe influence of the financier' death on tb New York stock market problematical. But it lgnincani wac uw .urn oi nis death, as officially announced, was just 86 minute after trading had csed on th New York exchange. Mr. Harriman died peacefully and to th and his brilliant mind retained its clesmeea. After a relapse ou Sun day be sank alowly and soon after noon yesterday there came a relapse that marked tb approach of th end. His wlf, two daugbters-and two eons, who bav been constantly with him, assem bled at tb bedside .and a carriage was hastily dispatched for Mrs. Simonds, whoa bom is three miles from tb Tower Hill boroe. Mrs. Simonds en tered the grat silent bom in tim to b present at her brother's death. She Joined tb wife and children, who. with Dr. W. G. Lyle, of New York. and Orlando Harriman, a brother, and tb nurse, formed a group at the bed side. Mr. Harriman will be placed at reat In th'' family plot at the little graveyard behind St John's Episcopal church at Arden. H will rest - beside bis eldest son, Edward H. Harriman. Jr.. who died 22 years ago, soon after th family first earn to Arden. Tb services will beheld at 8:80 o'clock Sunday afternoon, and, it k under stood, will be strictly private Edward Hsnry Harriman will go down to history a on of tb most spectacular financial genius, most dsring stock spsculators and greatest railroad magnate of hi tim. H was born at Hempstead, I. I., Febru ary 86, 1848, th son of Rv. Orlando Harriman, Jr., rector of an Epiacopal church In that town, founded ia 1708. Tb rlT life of tb tutor man of million was on of great poverty. His father was a cultured but poor man. his mother cam from an old 'aristo cratic, but equally tmpscuaion family of New Brunswick, ti. J, Edward H. Harriman received hi early education at tb district school and supplemented it by a two years' course in a boys' school under church auspices, where tb son of clergymen paid practically nothing ' for their otto-, cation. Edward Henry Harriman began his career as clerk in a broker s offic on Wall street H snowed no unusual ability and .for many years gave no promise of his later brilliant develop ment. Socially be ww wall liked and those who knew him at that tim d cribed him as a aooiabto young man. always full of fun. He was noted. however, for a mind of hia own. What be wanted be goners My obtained, but hi deeiree and ambition wen, at toet tim. at toast, neither vary sweeping nor particularly faiDortoat How be obtained hi start and to fund which enabled hiss to boy a seat on tb New York stock exchange, have never bean clearl explained, Th most widely ctptad explanation. however, was to tb effect that during tb famous "gold corner" engineered by Gould: Fisk. Ki saber and others, Kdwsxd H. Hsrrimas ptoriged with all his own money and some borrowed from ' Coal Land Ttosvs Amatost New York. Sent 10, Rnfa Inland, George Dally, Frank T. Welle and W 11- berforc Sully ar sndsr arrest her charged with eontoirocy todefrssjd th United State ewvesnsnent oat of 1.7B0 ere of coal land to Wyoming, aoar Lander. All ar heU smtor 8600 ball. They were indicted m May tl to ta Federal district eswrt ef Wwshsg, sJong with a wsmbat W stbosi, far al leged land frauds eamssittad to that stato. ItttJted that th dereext- Jecmpleytog his brother Orlando, and cleared enough to buy himself, in August 1870, a seat on the New York stock exchange. Young Harriman married early in life and married very well. His wife was Miss Mary Averell, of Rccheeter, N. Y., whose father was capitalist and a successful railroad man. For a number of years th broker firm of E. H. Harriman A Co. did thriving business on Wall street. spec ulating with its own fund and execut ing commissions for tb Vandarbilto and other wealthy capitalist clients. It was not until 1888 that E. H. Harri man came actively into the ratjroad fieM. At that tim b bad become known as a eapitallet on of tb few who had gathered together great for tune in the ten troubl years between 1870 and 1880. H was credited with having in his strong box a fair list of stocks be bad picked up at extremely low prices during to various panics. Along in 1888 he was elected a dl rector of tb Illinois Central railroad. Whether Mr. Harriman entered the railroad field in accordance with an al ready matured plan of hia or whether bia accidental aequaintane with rail road matter suggested to him th enormous possibilities of acquiring th control of larg railroad systems, is not definitely known. At all vnta. Mr. Harriman 's entry into tbe direct orate of tb Illinois Central railroad marked the beginning of bis eareer aa a manipulator of railrcted atocks and morgan iser of raiload systems which, in th course of 10 or 16 years made him on of th greatest railroad kinga ever known in tb United States and placed bim in control of more than 64,- 000 miles of water transportation line and of railroad lines of an ttimated length of 27,000 mile. Tb railroads included in th Harri man system were of sufficient mileage to reach more than two and one-half times around tbe globe. They com prised the following: Union Pacific, Southern Pacific, Ore gon Short Line, Oregon Railroad ft Navigation company, Illinois Central, Georgia Central, Baltimore ft Ohio, Delaware ft Hudson, Erie, New York Central, Per Marquette, San Pedro. Los Angeles ft Salt Lake, St Joseph ft Urand island, St Paul ft Northwestern. Harriman was in addition tb bead of four steamship companies, on of which operate steamers across th Pa cific , He was also in tb directorate of th Wells Fargo Express company, th Western Union Telegraph company. tn Colorado Fuel ft Iron, The Guaran tee Trust sod th Equitable companies or New York, tb National City bank, and 81 other corporations. - GENERAL CORBIN DEAD. Noted Army Man Psssss Away After Long lllnssf. . Now York, Sept 9. Lieutenant General Henry C Corbio died in Roose velt bospoital In this city yeaterdav aiur an operation for a renal disorder. Ueneral Cor bin would have been 67 years old in a few days. Mrs.' Corbtn and ex-Governor Mvron T. Herriek were at his bedside when death occurr ed. He had been ill for two veara. Accompanied by Mrs. Corbin and hia daughter, Mrs. Parsons, of Ardslev. N. Y., be went to Carlsbad for treat ment on Jun IS last The waters there appeared to bav improved his condition after two weeks' stay, and be returned to England, where hi former troubl recurred and b want to Paris to eon suit physicians. Th troubl de veloped more seriously while In Paris, and be determined to return to Ameri ca. J. G. Schmidlapp, of Cincinnati, met him in Paris and with Mrs, Corbin they sailed for New York on tn steam er Rotterdam, which arrived bar Sun day. Tb genual was taken to tb Hotel Martinique ta this eitv. and Dr. Frank Erdwurm was mmmooed. Th physicians advised that General Corbin be removed to th Roosevelt bosnitaL and fa was taken there on Mondav. Tbe operation was performed Tuesday morning by Dr. Lanesoa Hoschkias. i IngKshmen He th Jok. London, 8pt fc Th morning pa pers apparently consider that tbe Polar controversy has passed tb stag wher serious comment will prove any useful purpose. All statements from either aid tending to throw light on tb di puted point ar printed to full, but most of the papers either refrain from making editorial eoatssent or eonnne themselves to a few semi-ha morons re marks. Th Dairy News potato oat th complete ureltobllity of video from Eskimos, who sr likely to sag anything calculated to pleas a. , Otter Hunting la Stopped. Victoria, B. C., Sept 10. Word has bsoa received by th Victoria Sealing company that tb sealing schooner Thosaaa T. Bayard, which ha baan to Bearing aea hunting for sea attar, has beea orderd from th hooting soond by a United Stato revewa enttor. A hunting for sea otter is not prohibited. prates will be ssad to Ottawa with a view ta having Miimmlsllii assd to Washington. -" WeAman Ohm Up Das. : Chikwia , Sawt ft. A special dto- psttoh frees Tim i i says tb Walter WeUae. hi hi for ta rotor ef all the as pi at fresa Virgo bay. PEARY SUCCESSFUL Flashes News of . Discovery Host Northern Point. of AMERICAN FLAG NAILED TO POLE Brtof Mas sags Announce Succsss- Aftor Lifetime of Effort No ' Tree of Cook. New York, Sept 7. Peary has. reached tb North Pol. It has beea doubly discovered. From the bleak coast of Labrador Commander Peary yesterday flashed th news that be had. attaned his goal ia tb Far North, while at th same moment in Denmark Dr. Frdsrick A. Cook was being dined and lionised by royalty for tbe same achieve ment Yankee grit has coDqaerdthe frosea North and there has been created a eo ineidnc such aa to world will o ver ses again. Two Americans hav planted the flag of their country in tbe land of ios, which man baa sought to penetrate for xour ceDiuries, ana escn, ignorant of the other's conquest has sent -within a. period of five days, a loooaconic maa- sag of success. A dispatch from St Johns: N. F.. says that Peary found no trace of Dr. Cook. This news reached her last night through Captain Robert Btrtleti. ef the Roosevelt Peary's ship. While t-eery doss not xoresslv ra- pudiato Dr. Cook's contention in many words, his Statement tnmw kn an important bearing upon determining the extent of Dr. Cook's xplorationa. in Kooseveltwes in rood condition and the crew all right Captain Bart- lett wired, and b reported that th schooner Jeannie, carrying supplies for th expedition, had mat them off th coast of Greenland. RAILROADS IN WAR. Nw Schedules Being Arranged for Pacific Coast Una. Chicago, Sept 7. When tb Hill line announoed flv days ago that they would lop ton hoars off tb fastest time between Chicago and tb North Pacific coast potato thev inaoiru rated a. speed war that has now spread over tb entire transcontinental railway map. in the Southwest territory, tb fight Is on for tb mall con tracts, but to get tbess, th roads must put on faster and bettor trains. Tb Santo, F proposes to eut ton boor off it tim between Kansas City and Los Angele and its rivals ar scurrying in every direction and order ins? their expert to "string" new scbeules, get equipment hi th topmost condition and bs ready to meet th tim of tb Santa Fa. Tn fight started when tb Hill line apparently sought to forestall tb St Paul road, which, with it Puget sound extension, will soon b in posi tion to make troubl to regard to rate and mail eontracto. Both of these moves took th ns. petitors of tbe Burlington bv surnriae and caused no end of scurrying and ooosultation. CANADA WANTS OWN NAVY, Thro Shipbuilders Conaldar Locating Tarda in Dominion. Ottawa, Ont, Sept fc-Canad to xtremely anxious to possess a war fleet of its own and efforts are being put forth to indue British shipbuilders to locate piante on Canadian soil. It is said three world famous shipbuilders ar now considering proposals to locate branch yard to tb Dominion and hav ben assured that the Canadian govern ment will grant every cone ion ta th way of tariff or ta any other tin no. sible. Whil tb Canadian ministers .t th. London conference on naval defense hav kept tb government ben snVtosd on th different stops of tbe negotia tions, an official account of what has hn ssnsad opes baa not ret been re ceived. Girl Swims Nine Miles. ' New York, Sept 7. Adelin Trans. 20 years old, today swam nine miles through th waters of Ball Gate from tn foot of East Eis-htv-ainth stn. mpantodby FrieciHa Hi ovine. . " girl about bar ownge. Hiss Trapp awarn ta tb wak of 40 sturdy swim mers ox to United States Voluntary Life Saving carp. Fifteen f tb men swimmers were forced to give no befer th fintoh and Mis HiggimV nftor going ascot ef th dwtane waa seised with eraorps. Mis Traop g Parto, Bspt T.Whss ew York ar now iwasfvsd or totoreoptsd alssost dairy by th mili tary etattoa th Eiffel tower. Os r Isnalry radi toligiiim hav eke heesi r tea fresa Osssila, watoh H to believed km a ssswsd to wksesa.