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DAILY CAPITAL JOl RXAL. 8ALKM, OHKGON, TUESDAY, Al'IUL IB. 100D.
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ROCH
FIRE DRIVEN BY GALE CARRIES
TURKEY'S
SULTAN IN
TROUBLE
IPALACK HUHHOUNHKD HY MU
TINOUS TROOPS WHO DKSLVND
Till-: DISMISSAL OP GUAM)
VIZKK IIILMI PASHA AND
OTHKH OITICKHS.
WANT THtIR PAY
Soldier Remand Removal of Ut.e
lew. Olllclnls, Who Uhc Up the
Government Funds and Icnve
None With Which to Pay Them.
(United I'rtu Leased Wire. J
CoiiflUintlnoplo, April 13. Tho
houao of parliament Is surrounded
todny by two battalions' ot mutinous
.soldiers, who nro domnudtng tho dis
missal of Illlml Pasha, tho grand
vizor, tho minister of war and tho
procldent of tho qho ruber of,doputlos.
Hopresontatlvos of tho sultan nro
pnrloying with tho soldlors nnd aro
trying to gut thorn to roturn to tholr
quarters, but tho mutineers aro in
sistent, nnd hnvo warned tho gov
ornmout nuthorltlos thnt thoro will
bo bloodshed unloss tholr demnnds
aro hoodod.
Tho situation Is regurdod as ox
tromoly critical, as It Is foared that
moro troops will mutiny boforo night
unless those now surrounding par
Ilamunt can bo paclfled.
Tho sultan Is distracted today, be
Ing assailed by trouble from ovory
side. The situation in Aslntic Tur
koy, whero tho Arabs aro in robot
lion, Is no hotter, and England has
throatonud to Intorforo. Navigation
on the Tigris rlvor has been tied up
for dnys, because of tho notion of
tho Arabs In sitting on tho banks
and firing Mt avery craft, rogardloss
of the colors sho (lies.
Failure of the govorntnont to pny
the troops whs used as an exause for
-tho uprising, but tho real onuso of
tho trouble Is the long standing eu
nilty of the Young Turks who con
trol parliament for the Liberals.
The Liberals aro Incensed beoauso of
tho nummary dismissal of Klsmll
Pasha, former grand vlzer. and the
appointment of Illlml. who Is recog
nized at a more tool of the Young
Turkg.
The soldiers are demanding that
a horde of useless officials bo dis
missed, so that the govorntnont ex
penses Will not bo so great, and tho
troops may bo paid off.
The situation has resultod in u
rolgn of lawlessness, tho most alarm
ing since the revolution. It Is de
clared that a masscro will follow If
the present uprising Is successful.
The Liberals aro bellerod to have
instigated the outbreak by the argu
ment that parliament violated the
constitution In passing the Austro
Turkish agreement.
Rigid censorship of the dlsaatcfcaa
from here is oxpeoted to bo put Into
effect at any minute.
A MODERN
ENOCH ARDEN
l United Vtttt Leaaed Wire.)
S&a Francisco, Cal., April 13
Through a suit annulment of mar
riage Rd U the superior court in
this eity by Mrs. Georglanaa C. Paw
ell, the story of a modern Enoch Ar
don has come to light.
Mrs. Powell celobrated her mar
riage to Harry T Powell In Norem-
ESTER
NE
I.
bor, 1SGG. In 1SS1 her husband loft
lior, and fur 2S years sho heard noth
ing of him, further than tho report
that ho was dead. In 1900, strong in
tho bollef thnt l'owoll was dead, sho
married James Warden nnd his
lived with him happily since thnt
time.
Somo months ago, a friend tour
ing Southern California, Btumbled
upon Powell, and, upon her return,
acquainted Mrs. Wnrdon that hor
first, husband was living in San
Dlogo, nnd thnt ho wan III nnd with
out funds. Tho loynl wlfo Journoyod
to San Diogo nnd brought hor former
husband to this city, whero ho was
given rofugo nt tho homo of rolatlvos
ot his wlfo.
Undor tho caro of his wlfo and n
physician, Powoll Is much lmprovod
In health, and n place for him has
boon found in the soldiers' homo nt
Yountvlllo.
Since learning that hor first bus
bnnd was allvo, Mtb. Powell has not
lived with Wnrdon. Thoy hnvo
agreed that a soparatlon Is tho only
por it proceed uro, in vlow of tho
oxlstlng conditions. Mrs.'Powell has
brought suit In tho suporlor court for
annulment of hor marriage with
Wnrdon, nnd will llvo on n ranch
which sho owns In Olonn county.
SLOT MACCHINES WILL
GO OUT OF BUSINESS
San Francisco, April 13. Desplto
tho petition ot tho principal bankors
horo asking that slot machines bo al
lowed to contlnuo to oporato tho
"nlckol oators" aro doomod today.
Aftor July 1 no slot mnchlno will bo
allowed to oporaU in San Francisco,
as a result of an ordinance passed
by tho Biipervlrors late yestorday.
Tho olgnr doalora havo mado a
hard fight to savo tho machines,
which aro sold to take in $12,000,000
annually. Thoy woro backed by tho
bankcro, who for some unknown rea
son, ontored a ploa to save tho gam
bling dovicos.
MORE INDICTMENTS
AGAINST KIDNAPERS
(United irra (.eased Wire 1
Cleveland, Ohio, April 13. -New
Indlotrnents for kidnapping Billy
Whltln wero returned by tho grand
Jury today against J. H. Doylo and
his wlfo, now In jail nt 8haron
awaiting trial on chargaa of blaok
ninll. It U undaratood that the now lu
dletmonU war roturnad at tho In
stance of the sheriff, who feared
that the woman would be releaood
at Sharon.
SHOT HIS WIFE
KILLED HIMSELF
Reno. Nov , April 13. Because his
wlfo started a suit alleging
cruelty, Lonls MoFaddcn. a teamster,
attempted to kill her and thlnklnc
he had sucrodod. Blew out his brains.
The body lies In a local undertaking
establishment today while tho wid
ow Is suffering from a bullet wound
In her neck.
"Here Is where wo both die." ex
claimed MeFaddoa yesterday as ho
slammed the door of a room In their
home and Jorked a revolver from his
pocket. He fired two shots and Mrt.
over to where she was lying and gazed
McFadden fell. MeFaddou walked
at her palo face for a moment, long
enough he thought to satify Ijim
that the wound la her nook would
surely cause death.
Than he enuffad out his own life,
with the sane revolver. Two chil
dren of the oouplo witnessed tho trag
edy Mrs. MeFaddoa will recover
Toledo. Ohio. advrtiai 4 grant
tuberculosis exhibit" That ought
to draw people from all over the
world to see it
W YORK IN GRASP 0
l.- rr
TO MARRY
JAPANESE
PREACHER
MISS GOODMAN, 10 YKAHS OK
AOIC, AND OK MISSIONARY
PROOLIVITIKS, WILL SOON WKI)
PASTOR Oi. JAPANKSK PHKS
HYTKRIAN MISSION.
BOTH WILL REGRET
Lady Is Old Knougli to Know Rotter,
1 Rut In Kvldently Infatuated With
i tho Snddlo-Colorrd nnd liliit-Kycd
I Gentleman, and Only Knperionco
1 Will Curo Her.
(United I'reei (.eased Wire.)
Los Angoles, Cal., April 13. Dis
cussion almost us groat as that occa
sioned by tho Qladys Kmory GunJI
ro Aokt marriage is rlfo horo today,
following tho roport that Miss Knto
Goodman, a promlnont mission work
er of this city, is to marry thu Rev.
Joseph Kpnlchl lunznwa, minister
ot tho Presbytorlan Jupauoso mission
Innzawa has admitted his ougugo
inont to tho American woman, nnd
hns stated that tho marriage will oc
cur In tho near future. Miss Good
man Is at present in Han Franaliao,
on business connected with hor mis
sion work.
Tho Jnpanoso proaahor Is 45 years
old, and has llvon In San Francisco
and other coast cltios for tho past
20 years. Ho Is well thought ot by
, tho olorgy of this city, and It Is Inti
mated that the proponed union Is np-
' proved by many omlnont local di
vines. . Miss Goodman Is a mombor of a
well-known Now York fnmlly, nnd Is
about -10 yours of age. Sho Is a for
mor studont oi tho Unlvorslty of Chi
cago, and, while attending classes at
that institution, determined to go to
Japan as a missionary- Stopping lu
this city on her way to the Orient,
she became iHiereated In Japanese
mission work here, and has become a
Hell-known tigure la loual religious
elrelas.
HAS A GARDEN
WITH HER JAP
(UiMtrd I'reae I.Med Wire, I
Seattle. Wash. April 13. Instend
of living in Columbia City, as report
ed. Mr. and Mrs Guajiro Aukl, who
were married in Seattle, following a
sensational flight from California sev
eral weeks ago, are now eking out
an exlstoncu, on a little four-acre
tract acroM Lake Washington, a
short distance from Sunuydnlo.
Mrs. Bmery. mother of tho Ameri
can girl who took the Japanese ser
vant for her husband. Is living with
the couple on this little garden patch,
which they have loaned
MINISTERS DENOUNCE
SOME PARISHIONERS
(United I'reu Ieaaed Wire. I
San Franolsoo. April 13. Much
Interest Is being shown nere today
as a result of the denunciation on
the part of the Methodist minister
of this eity of the deplorable position
taken by the various Methodists
churches of the country, in endeavor
lag to secure pastor who are not
burdened by numerous offspring
During the weekly meeting of the
Methodist clergy of this city yester
day afternoon tho question arose i
DESTRUCTION TO GREAT CITY
How many children Bhould n Meth
odist minister navo?
After a general discussion, led by
tho Ilov. Carl Wnrnor, It was agreed
that tho position mntntalnod by tho
majority ot congregations regarding
tho families of ministers was unfair
and unsatisfactory. Ho claimed thnt
tho good positions were opon only to
preachers with limited progeny, and
thnt this has resulted In tho rologu
tlon ot ministers posossslng many
chlldron to tno loss doulrablo
charges.
This stand was supported by tho
majority of tho ministers presont,
wvornl ot whom doclnrod unrosorvod
ly for tho big family.
"God holp tho child who has nolth
or brothor nor slstor," ono of tho
mlnlstorH rwld warmly, and his state
ment was roundly applauded by thu
mooting.
WHEAT RIDES IN
ITS OWN BALLOON
(United I'm (.eased Wire.
Chicago, April 13. Wheat shot
skyward at tho opening ot tho mar
ket today, and now price records for
tho crop woro established lu May,
July and Soptombur,
May wheat opened nt 11.28, which
Is 1 Vi conts higher than tho provlouH
record for tho crop. '
July opened at ll.lGTs and Sep
tember at 1.00, both ot which aro
now high records for tho crop.
Wlnnlpog, April 13. Flour nd
vancod ton cunts a bag, or 20 coats
n barrel, today. Tho advance' In
flour Is said to bo tho result of thu
high prlco of wheat brought about by
James A. Pntton's wheat comer.
CALHOUN JURY
AT LAST SELECTED
I United lru (.rased Wlre.1
Son Frnnolsco, April 13. Tho rog
ular permanent Jury In tho onso ot
Patrick Calhoun, president of tho
Unltod Railways, aroused of bribery,
wan completed today with thu selec
tion ot Otto 11. MnoKfoth, it retired
groaor, to sit as thu twelfth man In
the box.
This aftornoon tho work of soloot
the attorneys. An extra Juror will
tho attorneys. A t.oxtru Juror will
bo hold lu reserve to aut In the event
that somo regular member of tho
body Ih taken 111 during the trial.
Tho ompanelment ot tho Calhoun
Jury began 00 days ago. Sixty-two
actual court days have been con
sumed in Hie examinations.
Thirty-four valHras, consisting of a
total of Jilo talesman have bH
summoned.
FRESNO, CALIFORNIA
JOINS TtfE DRY LIST
(United l'r4 I-umnI Wlr)
Fresno, Cal., April, 13. Frasno
has gone dry. That Is tho verdlot
unmistakably expressed at yester
day's election. That Is tho no-suloun
vlotory aohluvod In tho raisin and
wise center of the state.
it 10 o'olook this morning the dry
forcos hnd a safe majority of 75 votes
whian will probably will bo Increased
to slightly over 100
Th ordinance la effective lu 90
days.' It closes saloons, hut ullows
the continuance of wholesale family
liquor stores, and the sale of drinks
with legitimate meals In restaurants.
With the passage of the ordinance,
Dr Chester Howell pledged to Its
rigid enforcement, was elaated mayor
by a majority of over S00. over four
other candidates. Five out of the
eight candidates fur trustees on the
Good Government league tloket, op
poruag the ordinance, wero eeoted,
according to late returns, thus Insur
ing the proper enforcement of the
new law The election was considered
a reform victory all along the line
GREAT
BLAZE
RAGES
ROOHKSTKR, NKW YORK, WITH
A POPULATION OK 170,000, IS
RKING SWKPT RY KIRK DRIVKN
RY A BO-MILN-AN-HOUR GALIC.
CITY 15 DOOMED
l"lii Again Got llcyoml Control ThU
Afternoon, and What It May Do
In Royouil All Power of Mnu to
Rvun Guess Lo.hs Will Ro Mil
lions, United Trees r.eaied Wlre.l
Rochostor, N. Y April 13. Four
porsona woro sorlounly Injured as a
result of having Jumped from win
down, and sovornl blocks aro mo
naced by lire, which started in a
manufacturing block shortly boforo
noon today.
Tho llro is spreading rapidly, being
fanned by n Ifi-mllo galo. A general
alarm was turned In, and tho untlro
llro department summoned to light
tho llarnos, whlah seem beyond con
trol. None ot tho porno ns who Jumpod
from windows to euonpo tho llro aro
likely to die from the Injuries sus
tained. At 1 o'clock this nttoruoou tho
llro Is beyond control. Temple Ilrlth
KoiIomIi has boon destroyed and tho
First Gorman Lutheran Synod church
Is In llninoH.
Damage already canoed by tho urn
has not boon estimated.
At 1:35 Captain Hoffman, of tho
II rat separate company of fho Nation
al Guards, ordered his men to roport
ut the armory, so that thoy might bo
sent nut to patrol tho burning dis
trict. Four firemen wofo caught bonoath
falling walls, and were removed to
tho hospital, seriously Injured.
Damage already done by tho flro
amount to hundreds of thousands of
dollars and a thickly populated sec
tion of the city Is still threatened
with destruction,
Thu'ilra started In a four-story fac
tory building, and, fanned by a gale,
It soon spread to n row of apartment
house. Thau Temple Ilrlth Kudesh
was ilautroyed and St. Peter's Presby
terian church caught flro several
t linos.
Aid Is being rushed here from Iluf
falo nnd Hyrneuso.
M 2:3a p. m. Chief Little duolured
that the up-town llro was under 0011
trol. He was mistaken, however, us
a freshening galo resulted In tho
flames again spreading.
An aocurnte ustunatu of the dam
ago Is Impossible ut this time, but it
is now certain that It will roach
1760,000, If It Is confined to Its pres
ent territory. Thoro Is llttlu chance
of It being so confined, and the dam
age will probably be tuuoh greater.
All members of the local mllltla
companies haw been ordered out to
aot as putrols for the burnlug dis
trict FIFTEEN KILLED ON
ON ACCOUNT OF EASTER
I United Press Lesetd Wlrcl""""
Kl Paso, Tax., April 13. Troops
aro patrolling the streets of Torreon.
Moxleo. today according to dispatches
received hero today, to provont a re
currence of the rioting of Saturday
F
EIRE
nnd Sunday, whott 15 persons were
killed.
'mo trouble began last Saturday
when tho mayor refused to permit
tho Kastor ceremony known iib "burn
ing Judas." Tho people grow excited
because their religious ceremony was
to bo provontcd, and rioting followed.
Six policemen, thrao soldlors and
six rlotora woro killed, and a num
ber severely wounded.
SUPREME COURT
HANDS DOWN OPINIONS
Tho Supremo Court handed down
another grist ot decisions this morn
ing, being npponls prlnulpnly from
Multnomah county.
M. A. M. ABhlot nnd C. 10. Rumolln
rospoudontn vs. C. O. Pick, under tho
firm nnmo ot C. O. Pck Transfer and
Storngo Company, appealed from tho
Circuit Courtot Multnomah oounty,
13, C. Hronnugh Judge, rovorsod and
romnudod by Chief Justice Mooro,
This was an action to recover valuo
of cortain countorti, shelving nnd oth
er articles, which It Is allogod, tho
defendant converted to Ills own uso,
Judgment was rondnrod In tho lower
court lu favor of tho palutlff for f 200
being a portion ot ?SG0 sit oil by tho
plaintiff ns damages Incurred by tho
fondant retaining tho gooda lu ques
tion, for which tho dofendnnls ap
peal. Thco. Rornholm, trmtoo'a rospon
iloutH, vs. Kiln Talbot, nppollnnt, ap
pealed from tho Circuit Court ot
Multnomah county, O. U. Gantonblon
Judge, affirmed by Justice Kakln.
Tho notion wau brought Into tho
oourt by tho plaintiffs to onjoln the
defendants from thespasHlng on prop
erties n multuomah county and cut
ting down trow, ami tho lnwr court
rendered n Jmlgmont In favor of tho
plaintiff from which an nppoal waa
tnkon.
J. W. Dryden rwinondonta v, Pat-ton-Armwtrong
Co., appollanU, np
poalod from tho Circuit Court of
Multnomah county, J. j. Clolnnd
Judge, reversed and romandod br
Justloo ISnkln, Tho rospondent In
action wub givon Judgmont ngaliut
tho Pntton-AniiHtroiig Co., moing a
logging firm, for damages for person-
al Injurlos sustaluod whllo working In
ono or tho nppollnnfa Jogging camps,
from which tho'logglng company np-
nppsal. Tho hlghor courts rovorsod
tho Judgment on the grounds tho
lower court erred In donylng a mo
tion for Judgment of non-suit.
State of Oregon rospondonte vs.
Kdwanl H. Martin, appealnd from tho
Circuit Court of Multnomah coun
ty, J. R. Claland. Judge, motion to
dismiss an appeal denied by Chief
Justice Mooro.
An opinion was handed down by
Justice 8lator containing 37 typo-
wrlttan page m the case of J. L.
Morrow and W. II, Cooper, palntlfts
nnd appollanu vs. Wnrner Valloy
Stock Company, defendants and re
spondent, appoulud from tho Cir
cuit oourt of Lake County, Honry
L. Ilenson, Judge, reversed by Jus.
Hoe slater. Tlils'U an action to re
cover lots lying In what was for
merly the bed of Warner Lake, In
Lake oounty. which, according to the
Allegations In tho lower oourt, was
taken In possoiaton by tho respond
ents In a fraud ulont manner by
by forged )afndavJU. Tho fiu-
Supreme Court holds that tho lota
with the exception of lots 9. 10. 11
and 12, bo tho rightful property of
the uppullants and tho respondents
lie enjoined from oinlmliig any por
tion or them. JusUeo King also
huMio down a dissenting ap'nlon In
which he disagrees with that handed
doHH by JnUce Slater and awards
Iota 9. 10. 11 and 13 to the appl
InnU. - ' 0 '
Kvon If Opportunity did knock at
some Salem men's door sho never
would get a response

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