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FO» IHE DEAD
SEVENTY-FIVE BODIES LOCATED;
SEVEN BROUGHT TO THE SUR.
FACE—< RMRs TO BRING
Whois in Command
at Vera Cruz
Says Americans’ Treatment
of Mexicans Caused War
Samuel Marten, a
Vera Cruz Victim
rU II K' »I 111. NTKA.MER NIHEItlA
IN A MKRIOIM 1‘RLDIt’AMENT.
DEAD FROM THE MINE
United Press Service
ECCLES. W. Va., May 1,--Up to
this morning the bodies of 73 of tbe
dead miners had been locates. and
seven more had been brought to the
LINER IS ASHORE
OFF JAPAN COASF
United Press Correspondent Says Rich Planters and Mining
Men Boastfully Tell of Killing Peons on
TOKI»), Ms) I.—The latewt report*
mi- that tile wireless Kiesaaurs Crum
tbe Mlbriin are so ln<lb*<lnrt as I»
make il Impossible to tell just what
The work of rescue is being car
Operators bell.-re liiat the ship's
ried forward under great diffie titles,
By WILLIAM G. SHEPHERD
owing to the vast amount of gas in
r li .Iraa appnraltu La» I mmu «la m-
l otted Press Staff Correspondent
Many of the rescue corps on enter
MEXICO CITY. May 1.—Do Mex- • the Dias days. The foreigners had just returned from Washington where
ing the mine carry canaries with
I u fed Pre«* Rcrvire
he endeavored tu persuade President
’leans hate American»? They do; mil- , plenty ol rights then.’’
them. So long as the canaries live
ft NN FRA.N’CIACO. Ma) I.—Tbe
lions of them do. And during the
tract on the west coast.” another was unnecessary, said tu me
I ,*■ i:’r M ill »• ,-iuer CUerig 1» st rand-
when the gas overcomes the birds tbe
past two months in Mexico I have
"I've had to kill ludlan workmen
rich Amerlcau told me recently. "I
rescuers adjust helmets and go on
••■I in a dan*f*>>ott« | <*. Mon off For
¡learned wlp so many Mexican ln- had about 6,000 very religious Mex who wouldn't obey me. There a no
until the supply of oxygen is exhaust
mosa. Il baa on board So saloon paa-
diaus wish to kill or abuse American ican Indians. As soon as 1 got my possible way to gel aluug with a Mex
ed and they are forced to return to
avtiRiira ami a crew of 3X2
mine managers and planters, 1 have yamp established, an archbishop sent ican and treat him kindly. You have
Whether the veaael Is breaking up.
There still 97 bodies that have not
oi how It went aground cannot be
more than one terrible story of how and every time he rang the bell all one of my workmen la suspected uf
been located, the gas and fallen tim
they abused their Mexican employes. my Indians stopped work tor a few stealing ore, he is brought to me aud
Samuel Marten was Chicago’s con learned.
bers making the search most difficult.
One riea-.ige from the ship hinted
These stories have been told to me In minutes for devotions. I saw pretty ¡1 start right at him with my fists. trlbutlon to the tirai day of fighting
Orders have been given out that
tbe search is to be continued until the
Brigadier General Frederick Funs-i boaatln« ■Pit“- 1“ U>e d‘>r‘ wben soon that 1 was losing time by it 1 knock him as near senseless as 1 < with Mexico. Ho was among the four that Chinese pirates are responsible
killed when Captain W. II. Rush of for the wreck.
last body has been recovered.
ton, who won tame in the Spanish I-*!*1 ruled with his iron hand, Amer- so 1 bunted up the archbishop and can and then make him confess.”
Another American boasted to ms' ' the battleship Florida landed marinea
» war with troops of the United States lcaaa- *» “ rule. treated their Mex- said to him:
” ’Look here, 1 want to come to , “1 had a strike In my mines one time, to take the city. The others were MUURK WILL IN
army, has taken control of Vera Crux ,can w°r>»«nen as the most cruel of
QUIETI.Ì WEDDED off the hands of the marines and offi- ,he *,av® owners of the old South some terms with you about that bell in the Diaz days, and I asked the gov George Poinsett, Philadelphia; Daniel
ringing, if you'll agree to make a ernor of tbe state, who was on my A. Haggerty, Cambridge, Maes., and
cers of the navy. These troops were . ireated their black slaves.
The will of the late Mrs. Clara
"1’ve ridden into a bunch of them schedule which provides for that bell payroll, to send me some soldiers. John Schumacher, Brooklyn
BEND, April 27.—State Represen shipped on transports from Galveston.
being rung only two or three times Instead of that he sent me a lot of
Moore, who burn«*«] to death Saturday
down with a ma-
tative Vernon A. Forbes quietly left
night, was admitted to probate thia
Bend last Wednesday, and on Friday I'RK’E IK PLACED__________________chete as if they were dogs,” one la week I’ll build-you a little church uniforms and rifles and ammunition
Her son. Charles W.
married Miss Anne Market in The
ON HUERTA’S LIFE
American told me. 1 won't give hla out there In my camp and 1’11 cut tbe and a commission aa a major in tbe
Moore, la named as executor.
BY THE MADERINTK name because he has in his posses- wages of any Indian who doesn’t have Mexican army. He told me to organ-.
The estate Is valued at I1,300. A
slon, at this moment, letters tbreat- his money ready when tbe church col ise an army of my own and give it all
The program to give their friends
the orders 1 pleased. I told some of
dollar each Is bequeathed Elmer and
the slip was apparently well planned, Ncvetity-Five Tlioasand in Gold Is the e“ing his life when the rebels enter lectors come around.’
Ellsworth Moore, (700 Is bequeathed
"The bargain lasted two years un the strikers thay'd have to join the
for no one knew of tbe marriage un
Amount Posted by Relatives of the
He is rich and Influ-
to Grover Moore, and the remainder
I’reshieut Who Was Assassinated ent'M, and his fortune has been made til the old priest was ceiled away and army. 1 put them in uniform, gave
til Saturday morning, when the an
.x left to be divided between Charles
a new one came. He was dead hon (hem rifles and bulleta and took them
nouncement was made.
by Huerta—Mexican Prisoners At- ln Mexlco
W. Moore, George Moore and Mrs
Forbes has been a resident of Bend , tempt to Ge« Away on the Border, | "It was the only way to treat est; I couldn’t do a thing with him. to the mine. 1 ordered them to shoot
for five years, and is a successful at
But Are < aught.
¡them,” he said.
Now and then some He started ringing the bell on the against the strikers and they did. * MANAGER OF THE MM’AL AGGRE Ethel Casey.
Kuykendall A Ferguson are at
torney. He served in the last ses
of them would get drunk on my ranch old schedule. I told him about tbe They killed fifty of their brothers,
GATION IN Will 1*1*1 NG HIM MEN torneys for the edmlnlstrstor.
sion of the legislature, and is out United Press Service
at Tampico. I found the best way arrangement 1 had with the bishop and that ended tbe strika.”
INTO NHAPE TO TACKI.E THE
l*erhaps if an "Uncle Tom's Cabin” ;
for re-election this fall. He is a mem
SAN ANTONIO, April 29.—"The ,o do WBa lo rlde
r,«ht tn amOD« —
,t j "’1 don’t care wbat arrangements
ber of the Celilo commission, investi day Huerta meets a violent death the the™ w,th ■ b,< kn,fe Wld ■la,h right.you’re made with tbe bishop,’ be told had been written years ago of Mex
gating the power possibilities in con Madero family will pay to General and ,eft “ the7 scattered. If any me.
It’s my dirty to ring that bell ican slavery by Americans the present
junction with the federal govern .Villa 175,000 in gold,” was tbe dec showed fight I’d kill them. Revolver every day at
the proper times and revolution might have been avoided.
ment at Celilo Falls.
The death rate of Americans In the
Manager Morrow wants every one
laration of a prominent business man in one hand, machete in the other. ¡I'm going to do it.’
"That night I ordered my boss to present revolution is undoubtedly due who expects to make the base bill I
Miss Market came to Bend four bere> wbo requested that his name be That was the way I used to fir them
years ago from Elgin, Ill., and was kept le).r(,t
We'd have the funeral the next day burn the church, It was done. The In h large measure to grudges of team to be out for practice this even
for three years an aasisUnt in the
ge€m nke , gtr<,ng and peace for a long time after that., old bishop sent another priest and years’ standing and to bitter recol ing, Saturday evening and Sunday
lections of cruelty and injustice In morning.
Bend high school. She was a mem- gltttement to make, but I know that I’d have the governor of the state and my foreman ran him off."
ber of the party on the trip to Wash- lt (g a true one
, d0 not gay tbat the mayor of tbe nearest town on
Since the revolution began In Mex- the minds of Mexican workmen. The
Bonanza has had a good deal of
ington, D. C., with Phil Bates last General Villa has agreed to kill Gen-1 my payroll and I’d report the slaught- ico and the Indians discovered their more one looks Into the matter the practice thia season, and Morrow la
- - »«
- ’em— "
►, this man has re- more one is convinced that the Bel- .
year with the car advertising Oregon.1 eral Huerta; that la not the proposl-ier ■ t0
it was always
anxious to get the local team In as
ind they’d ceived hundreds o
of letters from form- glans In the Congo were not more good
tlon at all. The facta are simply thatler- too> ,et me tel1
shape as possible for the coming
. _ ,he day »»
__ s_ (a gla|n w».a.
cruel than many Americans have been |
DEATH TOLL CIAN»:
V)na geta always
that T I hud
had done just
er workmen threfl
threatening hla life,
A miner in Guanajuato, who has [In Mexico.
TO THE 200 MARK the gOid, "Moreover, General Villa right. Those were good old days,
Tbe game will be played at Bo-
has practically as hostage young
- ¡nunxa, mv,
ill fix Wwfffi
ECCLE8, W. Va., April 29.—At Raoul Madera in hli camp.
reach Klaamth Falls from Lakeview 696066966669666 • the nearby town In automobiles. The
least 200 miners are dean as a result
made certaln I
• by auto this year.
♦’ manager has arranged for eighteen
of the explosion in the mines of the promtaea, and h4S W1H lnalat on theae
‘ My _
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the Cole driven - by 0...........
United - Press - Service
♦ games to be played this season, most
New Rivers Colleries company yester- bein(? fulfil|ed.
It is possible that
on the home grounds. This
NEW YORK, April 30.—Colo
i Morse left laikevlew at the same ♦
day afternoon. The rescue crew last Huerta might patch up his differences
nel Theodore Roosevelt today ♦ number does not include Bunday's
I time,** said Thompson. "We reached
night brought out sixty men alive, whh eome of the rebel ch|eftlanil hot
Klamath Falls at 1 o’clock Thursday
cabled his wife that he and his ♦ game, as the first game will be more
terribly burned. Twelve bodies were he never can wlth villa.”
afternoon, and the Cole came In four ♦ son, Kermit, are fine, and that ♦ l»o get a line on how the boys work
The buajneaa man wbo made these
♦ their South American hunting ♦ |tnan anything else.
The entrance to the tunnels are all statements Is reputed to be one of the
♦ trip has been most successful.
filled with debris, and there Is much beat lnformed men )n the 8outhwest.
The date of his return to ♦ Working for Uncle Kam.
Good Crop Outlook.
-- all through
- ;— the
——■ j hope and the statement, coming from ;uch TRAVELING MEN ARE LAUGHING
Claudo Maxwell has accepted a po-
Will Dalton, manager
of the well ♦ America was not given by Mr.
for saving the lives of the 186 men a source, carries some weight.
OVER THE REPORT OF 8TEIN- known Carr ranch just over the line ♦ Roosevelt. He made no refer
sltion as assistant to Hydrographer
still in the mines has been aban
ence to tbe frequent press dis ♦ Leland Mosier of the reclamation ser
ER THAT HE WAN FIRNT IN ln California, Is In the city today on ♦
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vice, He will do much of the field
| business. Mr. Dalton states the out ♦ patches of accidents to the par
SAN DIEGO, April 29.— Flfty-sev-
look for bumper crops In his neigh ♦ ty while scouring the Brazilian
All Getting Musical.
|en Mexican soldiers who have been I
♦ jungles In search of rare speci
borhood Is encouraging.
Three pianos and an organ were*held prisoners at Fort Rosecrans, es-
♦ mens of animal life for the mu ♦ ( owing to Visit.
Much chuckling, giggling and plain ■
sold Thursday from tbe Shepherd leaped early today.
Miss Della Malone, daughter of
I>ervan in lotin.
Piano Depot, while a few days prevl-1 Eleven of them have been recap- vuifiar guffaws and laughter are be-;
♦ Mrs. Antone H. Castel, will arrive this
Joseph Dervan, who owns a fine ♦
ously a piano and player-piano were tured.
Ing freely Indulged In by L. H. Thompi ranch on tbe Merrill road, Is here on ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ evening from California to visit local
disposed of upon the same day. Tues-
took advantage of aaon of the Federal Rubber company ! business today.
day a neighboring high school select- »mall guard and a blinding rain ¡and A. J. Fischer of the Corn Pro-
Sixty per cent of the customs re
ed a beautiful Concord piano
sneak away. They
1 ney escapee
Justice of the Peece E. W. Gowen ceipts of Vera Crus is pledged for the Cnndhlaten* Hall,
music department. Mr. I Shepherd ! by digging a tunnel seventy feet long ducU Refln‘n« con,Pany «w the «tory zum
Several auto loads left this city to
largely attributes these sales to ad-.from the tent In which they were con- that Joe Steiner and W. D. Morse. In ard A Barry and Cra)a Comforth customs duties are now bolng col day for Bonanza, to attend the first
vrrtlsfng in the local papers.
fined to the quarantine station yard. the letter’s car, were the first to Both reside In Chiloquin.
candidates* ball of the season.
ALL THIS WEEK
SAY THEY BEAT
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