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Will Decide the Fate of Cuban
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A CONFERENCE IS CALLED
The Nicaragua Canal Bill De
; hated In the Sen-
:;..; p . ., " vl " ' !' ' '
SEVERAL. PROMINENT MEMBERS
PAYOR .THE NICARAGUA ROUTE,
; WHILE GALLING ER SPOKE FOR
THE PANAMA ; SCHEME-THiE
BANKRUPTCY LAW IS AMENDED
WASHINGTON, June 17 Interest on
the question of Cuban reciprocity was
centered today In the conference of the
Republican Senators., to be held to
morrow night at the request of the R
publican members of tn committee on
Cuban Relations.' The beet sugar
men nave Dczn so much encouraged bj
recent events Jthat many of them deV
clare that, the conference decision wlil
be adverse -tp anv legislation Whatever
in ine imprest or Cuba.
. The Isthmian Canal. .
Washington, June 17. Throughout
louay.s session or the Senate the Is
TL. 1 . - m -
. iMiuau v,nai question was un jer -"!i-
si deration. . Speeches were '! delivc red
by Perkins (Cal.), Gallinger (N., 11.
Stewart Nf v.), and Morgan (Ala) All
"advocated ; the adoption of the Nicar
agua route, except Gallinger, who
made a for f ul .argumem in- support
ut the Panama route. t
: New Nominations." "
i Washington, June 17. The President
today sent the following nominations to
the Senates Registers of Land Offices.
Daniel S. Arms. Missoula,: Mont Wil
liam It. Dunbar. Vancouver, Wash.
, Agent for Indians Wm. It, Logan,
Fort Belknap, Mont. t
The Bankruptcy Act.
. Washington. June 17. The nouse
r spent" today considering bills reported
from the Judiciary Committee. By far
the most important measure! was that
to amend the existing banruptcy law
The minority made a vigorous effort to
repeal the present law in toto, but was
overwhelmingly defeated, 65- to 137. The
; bill passed amends the law In fifteen
.particulars,, to meet defects ; which It
m said experience has proven. The
most importint amendment is one to
define preference to meet the Supreme
- Court- decision in the case of Pirle .vs.
the Chicago Title & Trust Company.
Four additional grounds' for refusing
a discharge In bankruptcy. also are
added: " " - . - s .
t First, obtaining property-on credit on
materially ; false statements; second,
making a fraudulent transfer of prop
erty; thirds having been granted or de
s nlecl a discharge in bankruptcy within
six years: .and fourth, having refused
to obey the order of the court or a re
fusal to answer material questions ap
proved by: the cqurt. i '
I POLICE 6,F MINNEAPOLIS ACCUS
ED OF BRIBERY AND AC
MINNEAPOLIS, June 17. Sensa
tions came thick and fast tn the .police
bribery cases today, i When It came
. time to open trial of Christopher Nor
oeck. detective., for; bribery, i W. W.
Erwln. his attorney, confessed that he
did hot know the whereabouts of his
client. The disappearance of the ac
cused caused great excitement and a
White, Urbana. and S. S. Paxton.
John P. ilopjclns was re-elected
! chairman of the ; State Central Com
! mlttee after a bitter contest- witri Car
ter H. Harrlsonof Chicago. The
election of Chairman Hopkins, produc
ed the only fight in the convention. The
day was full of clashes between Hop
kins and Harrison. . The. struggle pro
, duced wild excitement. The delegates
at times were- frantic, and ct-Kicisms
highly persohali were frequently ex
changed. Hopkins finally won easily.
: S2 to J97, - v;.'. T .; ;
; The committee on resolution had a
- long and stormy session before their
report was finally adopted. . The prin-.
cpal fight was ."over the j principal
plank In the platform. As originally
drafted. thi read. 1 f i :
"The Democrats of Illinois. Iii State
bench warrant will ' be, Issued for him.
Since the conviction of Special Offi
cer Gardener and the commitment of
Detective Harvey for- perjury -Norbeck
has been very Respondent -and has
threatened suicide. , f -. ' :
AnoMier sensation developed when .t '
became known that Albert Ames, of
Minneapolis, had been indicted for of:
fering bribe.. The nharge la that the
. Mayor endeavored" to have Jils secre
tary. Thomas R. Brown, appointed
sheriff . by the county commissioners.
when it became evident that Philip
Megnarden would be removed from of
fice by the Governor for malfeasance.
In- attempting to carry out this plan
he I alleged to have offered 1 to: so ar
range matters that the 120.000 annual f
Income from the sheriffs office should
be divided equally between Brown and
the three county .commissioners, form
ing a majority of-tha board, who wi-re
to yote;.for him. The evidence to this
. effect was given before the Grand Jury
by County -Commissioner Nash and Ed
Sweet, :- ' . '.; . i ;
Dr. Ames has been Mayor of Minne
apolis fou.r times, having been elected
thrice as a Democrat, and again In
November. 100, after having been out
of office for some years, as a. Republi
can. He is a veteran of the Civil War
in which he served as surgeon. Snd he
is a G, A. R. man. ;.;'
) THE ' ILLINOIS DEMOCRATS
HOLD A STORMY CONVENTION
. CARTER H. HARRISON DE
FEATED FOR CHAIRMAN.
SPRINGFIELD; UL. June 17.
Democratic , State Convention
nominated the following ticket:
Clerk of Supreme Court John VL .
Pickering:, Springfield. ! : N- i
: State Treasurer George- W. Duddle-
ton, Chicago. , ,. I:
Superintendent of Public Instruc
tion Anm L. Bliss, Illilaboro.
Trustees , of State University Dr,
Julia Holme Smith. Chicago-; J. A.
Convention assembled, declared their
adherence" to the fundamental princi
ple of the Democratic party as laid
down in the Declaration of Indepen
dence, the Constitution of the United
State, and our last National Conven.
tHon." 1- V.:,
, ThI was, considered by the oppon
enta of silver as too specific a declar
ation in favor of the Kansas City plat
form, and they fought it. For three
hours the -debate went on and the plank
was amended to read: "The funda
mental principle s "of the Democratic
partyV etc.- repeatedly affirmed by past
Democratic Convention a. ,;
" No effort was made to bring lq the
name of W. J. Bryan.. i
CRATER LAKE BOILING
SUCH IS THE REPORT OF A PARTY
. OF MOUNTAIN , CLIMBERS
JUST. RETURNED. -
GRANTS PASS. June 17. According
to the story of members of a .party that
jttHt crrt?sed th" Cascade and passed
through Crajfr Lake Pat k, Cratr Lake
Is beginning to boil and Warn. Th
party did . not get close enough to. see
the surface of the lake, as there is yet
too much snow in the mountains, but
they assert for a certainty that they
wore near enough to se clouds of
steam ascending from th;j i summit of
Mount Mazama. on A'hich th' lake is
ltr atfd. As.-voUanlr eruptiona seem to
be prevalent everywhere, and so many
fires have been kindled In other craters
It Is not at all unlikely that the -waters
of Ciat'T Lake have begun to boil.
C't fitr Lake. and the craters of Mount
r !.- nnd Souffrier, before thir erup-
t iuii. n can be seen by a comparison of
th. pliotc?, nrr very flmllatv.thp cratefs
of each being filled with water forming
lakes -of great depth and several miles
In' circumference. The truth of the'Tf
port that Crater Lake is boiling can
not be' confirmed until word is received
from persons who have been to the
lake's rim. At 1 this time of year all of
that portion of the mountains occupied
by Crater Lake National Park Is Unin
habited the winter's snows being yet
too deep to admit hunters and camping
parties the only people who visit the
lake. Not until July or August can
the lake be easily reached. An invest!
gatlon will be made, and the results
are anxiously awaited.
A PECULIAR CASE v
patient in a Chicago hospital
; Died .op one of the rar
i' est diseases known.
CHICAGO, June 17. Practically
dead for eight and -one-half, hours, .the
heart of Bridget Dfmpsey, rt jNi'tleht' In
the county, hospital, has .finally cea?d
beating. ; All action of the respiratory
rgans of the woman had ceased and
the physlclana in attendance pro
nounced her dead. The heart action.
Which -had apparently lied away, grew
stronger a f e w moments' af ter wa rd s
and . injection of nitroglycerine tend
other stimulants and artificial respir
ation were used, but Ineffectually. Still
the pulsations of the heart continued
with regularity, while the woman re
mained to all Indications lift'lesa.
Dr, J.. H. Mustard, of - the, hospital
staff,' pronounced the case on s of Lan
dry's paralysis, one of the rarest dis
eases known to medical science. The
disease la primarily paralysis of the re
splratorjr Organs, which does hot. act
Immediately upon the ; heart. The
dead woman wa a 21 years of age, and
entered the Institution two weeks ago
to be treated for tubercular meningitis.
TO VISIT PRINCE HENRY.
NEW YORK, June 7 Captain Max
Schrilttburger, of the New York Police
Department, who was in command ot
the detail at the pier where the Ger
man Emperor1 yacht Hohensollern lay
during Prince Henry's visit to this
country, has decided ; to accept the
warm invitations extended to him by
the Prince and members of his suite
to visit Berlin. The Captain, who
through his activity, saved the Prince's
party from much annoyance through
the J persistence of sightseers, also has
received many valuable presents from
the Prince and his officers.
( WIFE AGAINST HUSBAND.
- NEW YORK. June ' 17.-iJudge Skln-
ner, of the Common Pleas court a
Newark, N. J., has set aside the convic
tion of John McEver. a Newark, man
who had -been committed for 60 days on
a charge of haying been drunk and dls
orderly. The testimony upon which
his conviction was based was given by
his wife. Aii appeal to Judge gkinner
was taken from the conviction on the
ground that under the New Jersey sta
tutes as recently revised, a wife's tes
timony against her husband is not com
petent In a case in which crime is al
leged. The point raised was a novel
on, and was sustained.
SPRINGFIELD. IILT June 17. -Cot-
onel Harry Williams, who has just re
turned rrom uuoa, wnere ne nas oeen
employed for the last two years as
Government Postofflc Inspector, sayi
It Is a great problem as to whether
Cuba, can govern herself now that, she
does have the opportunity. His duties
a Pottoffice Inspector gave": Colonel
Williams an opportunity to visit every
sectlon of the island and to study the
people and conditions prevailing among
the inhabitants; j In discussing
conditions, he said; "I predict that It
will not be many years before Cuba
will be annexed Jo thf UnKed States.
) REBELS PUT TO ROUT.
Jtrv vnPK Jnna 17 The v
throw of the Columbian revolution ap
pears to be complete, savs a. Port of
Spain. Trinidad, dispatch to the Her
ald under date of June 10th. Leaders
of the revolutionary forces, Including
General Uribe-Urlbe, and other chief
commander, have arrived in .Caracas,
Venesulela. "disheartened, after escap
ing from the Colombian troo by the
Meta river. They were pursued for
eight' days. The. rebels first went to
Cludad Bolivar, and hurried thence to
Caracas, where theSr hope to obtain
further assistance from President Cas
Ibl luid Yea Havi hrm Est
Closely Pursued fcy the Offic
ers from Vancouver '
AND THE CITIZENS' POSSES
Tracy and Merrill Haver Se
... cured Good ,
' - Mounts
SHERIFF, MARSH HAS
GUARDS ON ALL BRIDGES " TO'!
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W' S A A, A-fWTV B A A. 41 VX iUUn
DERERS A SHARP CONFLICT
VANCOUVER. Wash.. ;.ne 17. A
telephone .message from Sheriff March.
at La Center.at 7:30 tonight.states that
Tracy and Merrill are known to have
passed Pioneer church, sixmiles south
east of La Center and fourteen miles
from here. late, this afternoon. They
were on horseback, haying stolen two
ho: ses from the farm of John Rathburn
lifter xvIilins up Rathburn'S father-in
fter securing the horses, the
t nit laws rode rapidly to the Pibneef
ihurch, two miles west, then turned
north in the direction of La Center and
Lewlsvllle, on the Lewis river. The
lMsse. came up scarcely an hour after
the convicts secured- the horses and
upon learning of the occurrence started
In hot pursuit. ' Several miles beyond
Pioneer all traces-of the fugitives was
lost but-it is believed they passed the
main road leading off Pioneer, road to
La " Center, ahd continued north along
the trail through the woods ' which fol
low the Lewis river toward Lewfsvlljle.
Sheriff Marsh says, trusty men have
been stationed at Lewisville and other
points of vantage along the river while
he hlrftself and . Sheriff Totten. of Ska
mania county, ' will stand guard at
La Center bridge. News of the engage
ment between the convicts and the pur
suers is momentarily expected. :
. William Morris, who withSL- D. Seat
was mistaken yesterday for convicts,
by several .member : of. the posse and
shot - through the leg, is resting easy J
today. The doctors think the leg may
; - : J i
' More Shots Exchanged. .
KherifT Durbin reteived a telegram
from Vancouver late last night, to the
effect that It waw reportd from La Cen
ter that the pursuers and the convicts
had exchanged 1 shots, twenty report
being heard followed a few minutes la
ter by three mor shots. It is not
known what, the effects of thes shots
were, hor who Ilred them.. '
A Hot Skirmish. ;
Vancouver, Wash.,' June-Tl7.A '
skirmish, w hlchf occurred about mid
night lat nlcht between Bert JBIesecker
and Lon Davis, two members of Sheriff
Marsh's josse, and two armed men an
twcrlng, the description of Tracy and
Merrill, in which 11 rifle shots were ex
changed 'and one of the men at least
1 Blsecker) had ainarrow escape, fur
nished convincing proof. If any further
proof were needed, that the three score
or more of officers and armed men are
on the right track and that the men
who crossed the Columbia river Sunday
and held up and robbed old man Tlede,
near Fourth Plain, yesterday morning.
are-beyond Question the desperate out
laws. The encounter also demonstrates
another significant fact: that the same
men now searching tfor the convicts
can and ; will use their firearms when
opportunity offers, i . :
Blesecker and. Davis were two of 15
or more picked men posted along Sal
mon creek at points where the convicts
were liable to cross. About 11 o'clock
they noticed twef men come down to the
creek to get a drink. . This was at a
point abou.t six miles 7 north "fcf Van
couver between what Is known as Ten
ny and Rett bridges.
I At the time the men approached the
creek the watchers, were not sure of
their Identity, and halted until they
again approached the road. The guards
then went down the road in the direc
tion ! of. . thfe' 'supposed cdnvlcts. and,
when about thirty yards distant' Ble-
isecker sent a ride shot in their direc
tion. i . X .
t The fire wa promptly returned and
six shots were exchanged by Blesecker
and Davis and the two convicts, none
of which took effect so far as known.
r Both parties then took to coyer.. Af
ter waiting In their hiding places for
more than an hour, the guards con
cluded there was to be no further
chance to get a shot at the- convicts
and went up the road. A quarter of
a. mile, or so,- where their horses were
tied on the way, they discovered fresh
tracks In the road not far from the
point where their horses were hitched.
They again lay in wait another half.
hour ln the hope of' seeing, the . fugi
tive, but nothing occurring, they got
in the buggy and started toward town.
They had gone but a short distance,
when "bang;, bang, bang, went a rifle
from the brush at the roadside, and
the guards now realizing that - they
were in close and dangerous quarters
with the odds all in favor of their un
seen - foes, whipped up and drove for
their lives.' ; ,J- ..
J. Five shots were sent after them, all
of which apparently took slight effect;
but fortunately causing no serious re
sult. i'Th first shot struck the horse
In the rump, another passed under
Biesiokejr's right arm. cutting a. clean
hole through the side of bis coat and
the under part of his sleeve. One struck
the horse in the head, causing a scalp
nd. another graxed the horse's. side
and avflfth cut through the harness.
The tP! reached town about 1
o'clock and reported to Sheriff Marsh.
George Goddard, a fanner living In
the vidnity ofthe occurrence, reported
here this morning of having heard fir
ing at three different times during the
night, two of which evidently were th
one, described. 1 He with ia companion.
spent the night in the brush near his
bouse with guns, expecting visit from
the desperadoes. " . -
Murdsrad His Wife. .
Vancouver, iWaslL. June 17. James
Hickey shot his wife this afternoon, at
her horn at Fourth Plain, and then at-J
leznpiea suiciae oy uuung poison,
Hickey who wa separated from his
wife some time ago, went to the bouse
and entering thdoor fired 'five shots
from a pistol, at hla wife, the shots
taking ecect In the woman back. He
then swallowed the contents of a vial
j containing poison. . Both parties are
' alive, but i will probably die. I
. Tracy" Bad Record.;
' Harry Tracy. tfce mured ero us convict
now being huntedn the state of Wash
ington by the officer and posse of two
states, for the murder of three guards
at the Penitentiary in this city, has a
'record In Utah where he escaped from
the Penitentiary la as bold a manner
as he did here. The Salt Lake Herald,
of Salt. Lake City., in telling the Story
f Tracy' exploit 4n that state, says. -;
"Harry Tracy, who. with: David Mer
rill, shot and killed four men while es
caping from the state prison at Salem,
Oregon. Monday, has served time in the
Penitentiary here, but escaped from
custody with three r other desperate
criminals, none of whom has even been
recaItured' He ' wel1 known to num-
bers of the police officers of this city
wjio served as guards at the prison at j
the time of his escape. , :. ,
"In 1897 Tracy was sentenced to a
term of one year for burglary. ' The
crime was committed in Provo.-and he
was tried it that place. He wa placed
In the state prison, but remained there
only two months. While a member of I
the work gang which was operated at
the Penitentiary he held up the guard
at the point of a' revolver. andr with
three others' got safely . away; ;
The ganW had been taken out as
usual that morning and put to work at
a rock Quarry., Four of the convicts
were under the' charge of Guard John
Van Stetter. and Tracy wa one of the
four. The guard w-as armed with? a
Rouble-barreled shotgun and- remained
."Various devices were resorted to , by
the prisoners to divert the attention of
the guard, but ail were futile.. Tracy
fhovel, however finally was -bent and
Van Stetter approached to assist In
mending It. The men stood side by
side, tod close for the use of x a long
barreled, shotgun. Suddenly Tracy drew
a revolver from his convict's jacket
and covered the guard with the weapon."-"-
"Commanding the guard to remove
hlstclothing ana tamng ni gun, irac
donned the uniform of the guard, and
with the three other prisoners walked
boldly away. They kept the guard cov
ered with the revolver until they passed
rom view. Unarmed and dressed only
In his u.nderclothlng, the guard was
compelled to put on the stripes and
hastened to the home of a neighbor to
secure assistance; A posse - was at
once organixed," and the adjacent coun
try scoured, but none of the men was
ever found.' '..--. : "
"Leaving the quarry the escaped con-r
victs seoa rated. Tracy and a convict
named Lent going In the direction of
Parley' canyon. A citizen who recog
nized the men fired a shot at the fugi
tives in an attempt to bring them to a
haltV but they, returned the. fire and
continued their journey. A man with
his wife;; -were driving In a buggy in
their direction and were held up at the
point of a revolver Taking the rig
and driving rapidly, the convicts has
tened down the canyon. They drove
most of the day, and at night turned
the horse loose on the roadside. x
." "They went in a southerly direction
.nd pawed over Into Colorado: A
young-ranchman with whqm the two
convicts; quarreled was murdered ; In
cold blood and officers at once renewed
their search for Tracy. He was at last
captured by the officers of Colorado.
He was placed In Jail to await trial,
but escaped by beating three guards
into insensibility. He was retaken and
kept In custody for'two weeks. He
again escaped by almost killing his
guard by clubbing him on the head.;
"glnce his second escape nothing; was
heard of the men until hebecame no
torious hv his crimes In Oregon. As a
erimlnal, he Is one pf the worst men
In' the country, and has possibly Vnore
crimes to his credit than any man who
has been confined in any of the Salt,!
. "Among his achievements was. the
leadership of the notorious "Hole-ln-the
Wall gang." He was connected with
"Butch: Cassidy andithe other famous
criminals who composed that organiza
tion in. most of the worst crimes of
which they were guilty. He left that
company, however, .nd began to oper
ate on his own account.;
While in the Penitentiary here he
was regarded as a: bad man, and special
orders were issued to guard him closely.
His escape from the Oregon Peniten
tiary akd his present freedom- are a
! source of serious interest to all thevOffi
cers of this city." 1 ." 1 ;;
r City Recorder N- J Judah was yes
terday In receipt of it communication
from a woman In Chicago, Illinois, who
signs herself Minnie Tracy and claims
that she was married to Harrv Tracy,
the" escaped convict, i on April I 1893.
She .also enclosed a miniature photo
graph of, herself for identification but
thinks he, Tracy, would deny the rela
tionshlp. The letter Is self-explanatory
and Ss printed herewjth: ' r j
"Dear Sir I write you these few lines
In regard to Harry Tracy. L saw In
the Chliiago Amerfcaniarn U em concern
ing HairyTracy which s ot no use
.for-, me tonentlon as you already
know the detaiisconcernlnj It. The
reason of my writing to you is that I
am nearly positive by the picture which
was sent that he is the man whom ' 1
was united to in '83. the 8th dair of
April. . .
" "Harry Tracy was In the Pen at Lit
tle Rock. Arkansas, on August 14th he
Kot out of there in about months.
Tou wilt. enclose find a small picture of
me but of course I expect he to deny
ever seeing me but I will wait, patiently
to see. I only hope there could he
some mistake but I am afraid there is
none. I will close for this me, hoping
to hear from you soon. Don't be afraid
to tell me all. Your wilt please oblige
me. Respectfully, I
"MRS. MINNIE TRACY."
"P. 8. In the letter -which Was sent
to a gentleman It wa . stated , that
Harry Tracy was married to some oth
er person, I hold my marriage certifi
cate which can be referred to at any
time." - " ' '
PROF. RESSLER CHOSEN
WILL BE THE NKXT PRESIDENT
OF THE ST ACE NORMAL
MONMOUTH, Or, June 17 -Prof. E.
D- Ressier.-of the University of Ore
gon, of Eugene, was today elected
President of the State Normal School,
by the Board of Regents, to succeed
President P. L. Campbell who recent
ly resigned to accept the presidency of
the University of Oregon.
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