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KITW PHOTOGRAPHS OP PROSHNXNT rTGTJEZ3 IJT LOS ANGELES TIMES EYNAMTTUTQ TRIAL.
MAY BE SURPRISE
Kunt for Kissing Witnesses
May Result In Producing
Schmidt and Caplan,
REAL TRIAL DRAWS NEAR
liotlx Bides Ctoofeaa InMntt la
ovedtoc la Tn1lanpoU anA
MroM PrtiMf o Hat
. urs Asavnsra. jttw. I. ww mo
'Chan a collateral Interest manlfaat In
tfc 6vlopmat at radla&apoll. rl
at Its to in traofsr of ppod rl-
Aaae to th seen of th MeXamara
ca bsra. attorney for both th proa-
cation and dcfan prpar4 today to
iu th starch for satisfactory
Wfcll th trial of Jam B. MeNa-
ntra, lnd!ct1 for th loaa of a aonr
of lirra In th explosion of th Tlma
btMtn a yr aa-o, bad hardly passed
ar anoua-rt to warrant any azact fore
cast of tna tlma whn a J cry will ba
worn tn and ldnc Introdnrad. th
atrurrl or th jnialrm of what
la eonaldarad Important arldanoa ad-
ttilt'"ly la olr. on In varloua parta
of tha country, of which Indianapolis
mx rr-nt la tha chief rontar of Inter
est. For aavaral montha acanta of
both aldra hav baan employed at nu
jntrooa point to work on tangled and
of tha rae and tnetr movemenra nay
bean carefully iruarded.
M lea tea- Wltaeaaea Sevarkt.
ArtlTlty other than at Indlanapolta
ttui rropd out thua fur at Halt Lak.
Earn ane!aeo and Seattle and It would
not nun aurpna here If tha lqns
aearrh for A. M. Pchmldt and David
Ceplan. Jointly Indicted with tha Mo
?Canaraa. but whoa whreabonta bava
been unknown, wer reveaJed auddanly
when tha atata begin producing Its
Tha proaaentUm tneldentnUy admits
a vital Intereat In tha prooaedlnaa at
Indlanapolla. and tb defenae. rather
xpectant that th effort of tb elate
to aecure th so-called vtdnoa woo Id
be acoaaatol, la preparing to combat
Willi rh proewa of s-ettln a. Jory
ia under way. tha office of attorney
for both aide are deeply involved in
preparlna- for th trial proper, coa-
l:rd to D not ij
Qnestlone to tmlea-mea bv betouw
nor or lee perfunctory and xml
nation a re prooeedlnaT with much
more awlftnee. To aak a tale man
whether he baa a pre Judloe ajrajnet la
bor onion and wbetber uca opinion
would make him biased toward th
defendant, who la a roetntwir of a la
bor union, no lona-er ce.Ua forth op
position and both aide have coma to
an aulomatlo understanding of tha pur
port of their examination. For thle
reaaon It U predicted that a Jury will
be aworn tn befor tha end of tha
r-reaant month or th mlddl of Deoaaa-
To data 11 taJe men have been
paeaed for can, but He bom Van
Bins, ona of theaa, la affected with
luna- trouM aad It la believed he wtU
be excused at th openlna of court to
morrow, f-everal other taleemen ha v
preeented thle caua and ruling la
pected tomorrow. Twenty venireman
remain of th rl of 49 aummoned
en riaturday and from thla number It
la thoua-ht tha two required to fill tha
bos kd will be found and tb pro
cess moved on a atep.
LEWISTON JUNKET BEGUN
rVrrtrty Portland Uualnc- lea VLaJI
Eiulpped with everything- that poo Id
Te dealred to make their trip pleae
ant and to help tnero In advarUaln
Portland lo the clllea through which
f.ey are to pass, tha member tn th
ou!nee nrn'i excursion to Lewlaton.
Mar.v left Ut nlsht at I o'clock over
t'-e North Park rued on a special train.
A few minute be. 'or th train left.
L W. ilc-DowelL elltor of th paper
which I to be published by th eieur
lonlata durtr.it th trip, curtained oft a
race for an office In th observation
car. r-t op Ma typewriter and mime
etrt.r'i. arl the flret edition of th
"1'ortlanJ rilsrlm" aa ready for cir
culation amon te pa"n(rre at tha
very beic'.nnlnit of the trip Tha policy
of t.'ia -ir. a at forta at tha bead
f trie Mret edition. beKlna "Polaon and
X'eeeimla'.e." and real down throutth
1 alllteratlva Unea. tha Initial lettera
of wlh a-ell tn double acroaUo. "Port
Am.'n the lntret:n(r atattrtlc ;t-
n In thl el! :lon waa th announce
ment that l.u clear. 15iX) bailee for
lwlaton. and luvA badge for Walla
Wiiu had been provided. Tb special
band will conelet of a bode, a baaa
drum and a -tire drum. In tb band
f William McPusmll O. A. Lovejoy
and C K. Jeffery. reepectlvely. Told
nr conta'.n'nir tha Itinerary, aad leaf
let contalmntr tha aonara and atunt
yella that have been planned for tha
eonvntion at Lwiton and th vlatt
to Walla Valla wrvw also printed and
distributed an. one th ptlicrlma.
Th tra'n will b under th manaa-o-rr.t
of W. E. Coraan. ttneral fraiKht
an 1 twnrr aKrnt. North Bask road;
A. I. Charlton. aaltant treneral paa
aer.ser arent Northern I'aolflc. and
Win tarn McMurray. kenoral passenger
tr-nt O.-W. It. A N.
New names that were added to the
list at th last moment, trinr'nc th
totsl up to . were: C. fl Trulltn:er.
cf !Jbar: W. C Iiarhour. D. 1-arker
r.ryon. J. 1L Purt. Kred Hlock. Oeorsr
!. OraJiam. C to. Jackaoa and J. 1
aUKmvllle lo Have 100.000 Iioxra
In r-torae for Spring Sale.
P ACKAMENTO. "cal.. Nov. i (Sp-c1aL-kne
hundred thousand boxee of
WatsonvtHe arp'ra are belrs; placed In
cold atorase here by ep-cuiatora. who
wl'l hold tlirm until ?trtnK. when they
will be eolt tn California and Eastern
tnarketa peventy thoutand boxea have
already been e!.!rped here and atored.
anj olharti are cumins; tn carload lot
Th cold atora- cone handllnr
thl bcelnees has decided to doub'.a Us
toraa room, although It haa on;v re
entiy eorrpletrd a iar addition to It
Flayer planoa In our axchans room.
Autoptano, 1117; term, lis per month,
lehiar A CLa t?l VV'aaU&ctaa at,
i ' I- ' Ay : 1 .' A -:7. ;
r - - - - t , a ., . . .. .i ...- i . .
ABOTE, ATTORVETI FOR PROSECtT 105T.
G. RAT HORTOJf, DISTRICT-ATTOR-
I.FTFT Tn U TfilTT A. t- TTEITCH.
KKY J. n. r-KKDRRICKt, W. J. FORD WD A. J. UII.U BKLOW, i.Kirr ir,r " " . ..... T
rt-XTKk-ORTIB M'MlMfliU "XII E CONFKSflOK." KHiHT JOHN B1KMIKCHAM. EI1-EHTOH ElrTOSIVt,
WHO WILL TEJTirt FOR IEFE.'SE THAT CiAS CAIIEU THE TlxEJ EXPLOUO..
DEBRIS GIVES UP 3
More Bodies May Remain In
Ruins of Fallen Bridge.
FIVE INJURED ARE AIDED
Raxta of Water Before Ooracrrte
Had Settled Firmly Cms of
Ooilapae) ForrmAn Had Ex
tsrtsued Frar of Daatrsr.
bodlea wer recovered today from tn
. . V. A MP.
wreck- or in eaec epn w.
tlally completed Mountain wuarriea
Company brldea. which oollapaed at 11
taken from th Jumbl of tl and
ooncrt at aayoraa. ana. "-
t oenunted for all Of
th ramalnlna; men known to bav
been on th oricil. 11 " "--tha
dearlneT of tb rein will yield
till mora ooaie.
.pw- . . ji ...m! were those Of
John Kurn. Caaaaoo Anlo and O.
A nlht ahlft was at work on tb
bride ruahina; th last span to oom
.HMHMnn foe the Winter
rain which usually basjtn about D-
mter 1. Ten man war worema
water da-, bulldlmr ealaaon.
Th rlvr la amawhat awollan and th
foreman expressed fear mat in era
cret pillar . which had not ettled
irmly mould not wltntana tn urmia.
The swayln of a lantern, carried by
v. -Knwa. nA throsrin a
ahadow out acroaa th torrent, gave
tn men oe.ow mt n i -. -""'
their daSA-r. They aaw th super-
ructur sway for an Instant, ana
ien. the aupporune; wn v"-
A rav the arraat
arch abov cama oraahlns down he
re . man couia move
Two of th workmen wer wpt
t th. rir and out amonff th
boulders and eddlo of th etree-m-
They four tit their way acroaa. im
. . w.-A .nrnmhA 111 the
Oliivr m ' n "
debrta. Bom men abov war thrown
Into th river. Others) found thalr way
to th river bank over th ruined
O. B. Bmltn. in m;ni itrreman. w
i k. . t W . . mrmm mone the
was iiDur um. fc, " v
flret to reach aafety. H aent a mea-
is;er r y noraeoaca a auuui vihm
er ruahed to th seen In automo
llea. Four of tha Injured wr r-
loved by cayoreaa. out it was ooi un
1 vral hour later that th bod la
f tba dead ware found.
Th bride was of three arch, each
ml-elllptlcal tn shape Th span
Men yielded wa about SO feet above
tb surfac of the water.
MANCHUS' RULE IS TO END
frttlnae frm Flret Fete
receive universal support If .he sepa-
mted Mmeelf from hla former alliance.
There 1. however, a g-rowlnr suspicion
am d'.atrust of Tuan tint Kal.
The preaant plan to form a republic
tnrlune.a complet control of th
Tants-Klans;. Admiral 8a h la crippled
and cut off from hla base. The revolu
tionary leadera ara determined to avoid
bloodshed and secure th peaceful ca
pitulation of tha Manehu troops tn th
various outrirn towns Kuans; Slr.u:.
ha revolutionary leader In tha Yans;tse
delta, arrived In the native city of
Slansrhal yesterday by motor car. Ha
was en caared today with other chiefs In
The rebel lat nikht iruceeeded In
satlsfylnr th official of th Nanklnr-
Rheng-hal railway that they wer ca
pable of preservlnir order, and th for
lvn iruard which haa been placed at
he railway atatlon by order of th
nrlt!h Consul was withdrawn, the rev
olutionists taklns; poasesslon.
Hebe la Held W hole Resrioa.
Th entire surroundlncs of Shanghai.
Includlns Ws-iiiiif, ar now la rebel
Th service out of arms continued
today, but applies: Ions wer so numer
ous that the leader ware forced to
mak careful rHecrlmlnatlon. They
also ara endearorlnc; to recover 1000
rtflea which war aauied by th crowd
whan tha arsanal wxs captured.
"three loyalist duriho m And on tor
pedo-boat, part of Admiral Bah's fleet
put Into Chanrhal today for provi
sion and munitions, lsnorant of th
fact that th arsenal bad chensed
Tha revolutionist maintain that no
concession on th part of th thron
will avail while th Manchua remain
In power. A meet In of tba Klantt-au.
Ch-klans and Fu-klen gentry today
atlrmatlied the national asaembly aa not
representlnr th country. Revolution
ary proclamatlona abolish th liken
and land texea. th marltim eti atoms
only be leg retained.
Baaxar Caew I Oautuiaa.
Hanc Chow, capital of th provtno
of ehe-klans. waa captured today, th
governor being made prisoner, but tha
Tartar olty held out against th rebel
for a time. Th fighting was fierce,
but did pot last long.
Boo Chow, In th province of Klang
u. on th Grand Canal, ha son over
to th rebel, th governor and all tb
official, toajatbar with tha aoldlera.
bavlng acquleaced peacefully tn th
ruing, while Ke-hlng and Ntng-po
also bay fallen.
Th remainder of Admiral Bah's fleet
ha arrived at Wu-hang. without am
munition and without provlalona.
Rumors of the disaffection of other
Chinese cities are numerous, thaae In
cluding Wu-hu and Foo-chow. Th
Imperial telegraph operator have
truck, demandlne- thre month pay
TRUST QUIZ GROWS
Federal Agent In San Fran'
cisco Probes Plumbers.
RESTRAINT IS CHARGED
ELKS SEEKING 535,000
III) COVTETVTIOX FTJTfD COM
MITTEE IS BCST TODAY.
Sixty Committer Win Begin Work
Early This Morning- Planning- to
Oonrplete Sam by Xlrht.
"Tntrty-frv thousand dollar by
nightfall" will be tha alogsn of about
0 committees of Elks which will leave
th Elks building early this afternoon,
for a whirlwind campaign throughout
th city. In an endeavor to secure tha
sum yet neoeesary to bring their enter
tainment fund for th Elka convention
In 1811. op to tb required 1125.000.
Th campaign la under tha direction
of tha finance committee, of which Sol
Blumauer la chairman. Mr. Blumauer.
In company with H. C McAllister, sec
retary of th executive commltteo in
char of arrangement for th con
vention, haa been engaged during tha
paat week In developing th detail of
a eystematlo campaign.
Th member of th coratnttte. as
well a all other Elka who will have
th leisure to attend, have been Invited
to meet In the clubrooms of th Elks
Lodg. at 9:45 this forenoon. At that
time they will reoelv ' final Instruc
tion, and as many additional Elks
as desire to enter the campaign will
be enrolled. Ther will In ell likeli
hood b vacant places to All also, be
eaus of Inability of om of thoa who
bav enrolled to attend.
Promptly at 10 o'clock th com
mittees will leer th clnb rooms on
their campaign over the city. At night
fall all subscriptions will be turned In
at th headquarter. In th Elks' bund
Th canvas will b th most
thorough thst has rr hn made In
Portland. Complet lists of every bost
nsss and profession In the city that the
executive committee believes Is In a
position to subscribe to th funds, and
that hav not yet subscribed. hav
been made, and classified, and will be
turned over to the canvasser. Partl
culiT car has been taken .to hav no
one iV h already subscribed on th
""eboH commute will b assigned to
canvass a particular lln of business
A special committee of two alao has
been assigned to every on of th large
ofHc buildings In th city, whloh It
will b expected to canvas.
Th ubsortptton received will be
come due In two, payments, at each of
which on-hlf of th amount sub
scribed la to be paid. Th flret pay
ment is to be made February 1. 1011.
and the second payment May 1. Pre
vious subscriptions were made du In
three paymenta, of which the first wss
due September L The committee al
ready ha collected 110.000 In cash on
th Cret Installment of th early sub
scription. Th total fund la to be
1126 000, and ISO. 000 for this sum was
pledged In th early snbsciiptlona
The executive committee does not
contemplate any neceaslty for extend
ing the time for the canvass beyond
tonight, but In cao It should arise. It
announoes that It will be reedy to con
tinue tb campaign throughout th
Evidence Can Be Submitted to Grand
Jury Anywhere Branch of
National Enpply Associa
tion Ig Accused.
SAlf FRANCISCO, Nor. B United
Ptate Special Agent Darling, who 1
In San Francisco supposedly to Investi
gate an alleged combination of Paolflo
Coast plumbing supply dealers, de
clined to discus th object of hi visit
today, although he admitted that he
had been engagad In Government work
in th Northwst, where an Investiga
tion of th hard war aad plumbing
Jobber la now under way.
Hrv Darling's visit disclosed th fact
thet flv Independent plumbing firms
of Ban Francisco hav filed a formal
oomplalnt with tb Department of Jus
tice at Washington, charging th nlns
firm making up th Paclflo Coast
Plumbing Supply Association her with
combining with large Eastern concerns
to prevent local firm from purchasing
direct from tha manufacturer. The as
sociation named Is a division of the
National Association of Confederated
Bupply Aaaoclationa of which Frank A.
Hanley, of New York. Is secretary.
It Is known that tha Government In
veatlgatlon of th plumbing asaociatlon
ha extended to several Coast cities.
Including Tacoma, Portland and Lo
Angeles Subpana bav been Issued
at Portland for witnesses demanding
their appearance before tha Federal
grand Jury. When asked whether the
Government action hers might lead to
grand Jury proceedings, Mr. Darling
"These matter can be presented tq
a Federal grand Jury anywhere, when
It haa jurisdiction, and when It Is con
venient for assembling witnesses and
Special Agent Darling wa active In
gathering evidence for th Govern
ment in th proceedings against the
International Harvester Company and
th so-called bath tub trust.
AOCTOX HERE IMPROBABLE
Visit of Fltderal Agents, However,
Told by Dealers.
Federal Investigation of th alleged
combination of wholesale plumbers on
th Paclflo Coast and manufacturers In
th East probably will not be taken up
In Portland, at least United States Dis
trict Attorney McCourt haa no informa
tion to that effect. Mr. McCourt aald
last night that the Pacific. Coast organi
sation had its headquarters In San
Francisco where th proposed Investi
gation undoubtedly would be made.
Should It be decided by the Govern
ment to prosecute some of the dealers
belonging to th association and
purchasing their supplies from that
source, then an Inquiry might b con
ducted In this city wher several deal
er In plumbing goods ar not only
members of th alleged combination
but purchase their gooda from It
It Is known that a representative of
th Government secret , service has
visited Portland and gathered consid
erable evidence from local dealers. Al
though .th names of the dealers ara
not obtainable. It Is understood that
subpenaa have been served on several
Portland man. summoning them to ap
pear In San Francisco.
.On his sojourn here, the Government
agent had little difficulty In obtaining
tha Information he desired relating to
the alleged combination. Several deal
ers having membership In tha organi
sation hunted up tha Federal official
and gave him th facts be was seek
ing. Theaa dealers wer eager to get
"under cover" and. If possible, avoid be
ing Involved tn the threatened prosecu
tion, explaining that their membership
In tha organization and their patron
age of It was compulsory of them in
order to obtain th neceaaary supplies
with whloi to oarry on thalr buslneaa.
Shay, emphatically, 1tnllmd any In ,
Talk for Men
By Ray Barkhurst
At last! It is here the inevitable reaction from the craze of
recent years for ready-made clothes. Substantial evidence ap
pears every day in the stories poured into our ears by men who
are tired and disgusted, and who are contented forever hereafter
to stick to a reputable tailor.
This cry ofdiscontent with stock or ready-made clothes is a
result of the failure of ready-made clothes to support the claims
made for them of being "tailor-made."
The amount of grief, disappointment, suspicion, poor impres
Bion, lost opportunity and misspent money caused by misfitting
clothes through the system which wraps up stock or ready-made
suits advertised and sold as tailor-made clothes cannot be computed.
Therefore, if you would know how
your suit is made, what it is made of,
and who it is made for If, in short,
yotf'd have it fit and hold its 6hape,
4you will hereafter have it really and
"We specialize in clothes made ha our
own sanitary work-shop, all prices
ranging from $22 to $60 charged for
according to the quality of material
Suits and Over
coats Fitted in the
$22 to $60
MERCHANT TAILOR, ON SIXTH, AT, STARK
the only popular-priced Portland tailor who maintains his own
shop, where every part is made and sewed by skilled specialists.
tentlon of doing wrong by assumins;
and maintaining those relations.
PORTLAND BRIDE IS WON
J. C Illfgtn, of Seattle, to Wed
Miss Ik Balls, Wednesday.
SHATTLE. Nor. 8. (Special.) John
C Hla;irlns left Seattle this evening- for
Portland, where h is to b married
next Wednesday to Miss Loren Balls,
a young: woman prominent in musical
circle of that city.
Mr. Hla-a-lns Is an attorney of this
eltr. a son of Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Hla;-
rlu. He wa graduated from the
University of Oreson with the class of
'it. Th young- ooupla wlU mak their
horns In beat tie.
RANCHER KNOWS NO RAZOR
Beard Started In His Teens Still
Adorns Polk Conntian.
BAXiETM. Or, Not. B. (Special.) OL
W. Milton, a Walla Walla Valley ranoh-
r. who has had two shaves in 81 years.
bas a close competitor In jonn MCtrow,
a Folk County rancher, who has few
er shaves to his credit, but also fewer
MoCrow Is about T years old and
boasts of the fact that he has never
had a razor or dippers touch the hir
sute g-lorles of his face.
McCrow is father tit seven cniiaren.
Sherman, S. J son of the famous Civil
War General, William Tecumseh Sher
man, has entered a sanitarium at
Brookllne. Eight weeks ago Faths
Sherman was taken ill while oonduotlng
a mission in Missouri.
Father Sherman Suffers Breakdown.
BOSTON. Nov. 5. Suffering from a
mental ailment due to overwork in hla
missionary labors. Rev. Thomas Ewlng
If mighty eon-
' veiileiit to haT
eottiit with as
Yoa aever -h nve
Co worry aboat
clothes If roaro
one of oar nw-
toncri. Better eo
as about opening;
a a account Do
For Hen and Women
$15 to $35
WASHINGTON Near PARK
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Ruilnj;. Binding and BI atlif Book
Portland Printing House Co.
J. L. Wrteht. Pre. vnd Gen. a!narr.
Book ('tiloira and CommercUi
Tcntb mad Tmylor St.. Fortlmnd. Ortcoa,
This Bonk has compiled a table illustrating the rapid
growth of Savings at interest of 4 per cent per annum,
compounded twice a year. '
On reqnest, we will take pleasure in mailing a copy
to your address, or personally explain the same to anyone
calling, who may be interested tn the subject of Savings.
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Open Saturday Evenings 6 to 8.
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