Oregonian, (Portland,OR) August, 29, 1909 SEARCH FOR BODY KEEPS UP CALLAGHAN OFFERS REWARD FOR CORPSE OF BROTHER Tacoma, Wash-August, 28 (special) Relatives and friends of T.Y. Callaghan, lost on Mt. Rainier, August 14, with Mr. Stevens of Trenton, N.J. are stillcontinuing the search. Mrs. Clara Bewich-Colby and Mrs. M Frink of Portland,Ore arrived in Tacoma this afternoon and left on the train for Mt. Rainier, to aid in the search on behalf of Owen Callaghan. Mr. Callaghan has offered a reward of $2000. for the rescue of his brother, living, or $1000. for the recovery of the body. Owen Callaghan, who was in Tacoma a few days after an extended search on the mountain, said he feels satisfied his brother and Mr. Stevens had met their death on the mountain and had probably perished by falling into a cave on the crater or into a cravasse.He was quoted as saying it would be wrong to ask men to take the risk of searching the mountain. Oregonian (Portland, OR) Thursday, May 5, 1910 RAINERS TOLL COUNTED PROBATE COURT ACCEPTS PROOF THAT T.Y. CALLAGAN IS DEAD Los Angeles, May 4-T.Y. Callaghan, globe trotter and mountain climber, perished in a storm on Mt. Rainier on August 14, 1909,was proved in the Probate Court today. The only exhibits offered in evidence were Callaghans alpenstock and gloves which were found on the trail where he was last seen alive. Callaghan left a small estate, including funds in Los Angeles banks, and proof of his death was requisite to the granting of letters of administration in order that this might be distributed to his brother, Owen Callaghan, of Corvallis, Ore and his sister, Mrs. A. R. Riordan of Clontarf, Minn.