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PORTLAND. OKEGON, WEDNESDAY, IKHKUAKY 9, 191G.
VOL 1WI. NO. 1:..
DRAPERY OVER HIPS
IS MODE FOR MEN
AS PARTY CHOICE
END OF LUSITA1
AIR MAIL SERVICE
ASKED FOR ALASKA
GKEEX, RED STRIPED FROCK
COATS ALSO STYLE EDICT.
ICOl'lC IKOM FAinBAXKS TO
Washington Takes Op
ISSUE IS PUT UP TO BERLIN
Ecrrstorfl Expects Formal
Reply in Six Days.
DEVELOPMENTS ARE RAPID
Anffmm Offtr-iaU In.irM lined la
frtrlain !: II .r liU-r nrnl.
Owing to roltttral Mlu
wr.Mtv".T"v. . rn aib.tanrn
A. t.eraMve camfRvnlt(tn. from Oaf
trtir riin.. to uti: te l.m:UU
cn.o I. c(tt l tha t'oited itate.
M'trta Adnnni.frntion cf.'irlat tonight
eoo.t.f.r that this i;oemm at In pr
vsi'leg an Ormaey l Irak. the eon
eeInn. and frfrn.t ae a. I forth
In h do.-ume. ha. achieved reeoaTTil
tron ? 't the prifiet-.!. or which
II be. rre"4d la natrrtlmi with
I ifmnftfi. warfare.
IVM:. eub.'erice of the pro:eed
nnrmlral!"!! admltted'y la eetl.fee
lrt. m;n-r charta-ee ! clarify tno
n inl I connection with th
fo'ir which lha format dwi'Hl hll
take were :cv.t.4 la Count
.vmf.Tff. tho Carman Anb ...ado,
by -etary Um' toiry.
awrlln to Have rtaael we-at.
T -.(- of the Cntted ltat l
t.i. eenn.ction) were maafn known to
the Ait-hnaendnr afar PreeMenl WIN
ana bed (ho eoht.-t with hl
fabine. Cot von .rnetorff Imme-
rtr trf-fTna4 the "'-Ttary f
aw bo r! wy lha rhsnc rould
.l to m te. but evptatnea In effect
tat. a pr..-oeion. h. Ib.ocM be
wee put t.'l.d la .-mittin the entire
pnaet.r hi f ivrnmnt for final an
trove'. He d d so in a di.ra'cn eent
re.rin tonra-hi. and within about
r dale t?io rr:"inc fjrmal rodminl
eatett la etpet.4.
-refer-ir Leriaieg In.t.t.. t la) said
It s'-i meffr. that II .halt be
e!.4 .corif!. a: t In IIa nmniaki
t on ti II I in a.r 1 l"i laal
amarixi a FrJiru lha
ti a. Ti an. rftarara J..m.l
anrv I rlantf r.rtatn portion of
l"o iwiimtnl. A'lniii''i" affV'ala
tiai"lt rin( tafi rn nrf f himiff
mi d k u to .
rMMll taa ..
vt'vc ! rHantfa a. a Iho snarlttatloa f
li 4 iim-rt ntthoat lha atoroat of
t'. g.-. rmii(. l ka) tint rf-md
tt ..-.,..(rr. it u I Irxtuda lha
a'at.m'ftl that lha (ttfnmitak.tloii a
In iir l la A""'ka !. ron-a-rni
th.l 'ha .am l ou'I ko
a .h. fcy auhmittinat t In Ika
f-frt or n nmral'tr. 4nsifii.trn
Ion fifhta: lo J. thai to
k. If r.i-onl fitk. U f-f B oth.f
rxi.il, m.nclon that lha communxa
I .1 i. a whou'-t no mn.i.t
Th. A m..f"r a. 't d not knon
arh.fwr kf a:'-v.rrtmnt rti pirn in
tha formal aoto or wh.ek.r It la
a - a ! Jrrrearr of or.
to AT.,r Tt. ehaaa nl kaa
k-.n 'ltmif(.i lo tlorlin.
a.rn r. In ktS
t i.in4k . oCfiial cirrln thai lha
hrta In uiiitI woct!
" In a anj a' lha lti ls
m..J : i. ation.. it n avithorltalX
I i t w.ra uMl4 In rolr
wt'h. 1 1 - ahraao amitl.t for Iba nror4
"t rji." n rmoir n aa aanrllUac
H.hnH o IxrrtvoiH .
fa T.'itarvi 4 L?toiaCi ci(H-faa n '
ha l '! nlif fi.-ni'y oar tha rn
oai4 rdan.a ! rtp.. tl In fact. II
!.. P-a.-l n s'rictaU proCnMr U1
fni.f.H nithorua th.rn, aoao ko
n4f of a aat'ro !. r-iairo mar. t ha a
aaa:r4t ron f4. ration. J?por.at!r lame
of l riiM oruti.t m-r I r of auk
a'if:l ntt ono of I for ano'h.r. iti(
irkar tho eamifirtn of ono phra of
a.ntnro nifhont chaa:ina7 aa tko
oor'i. an.f 'ril a 41 orlik wfck kt.
In tkair -amta!on fron O'rn-aa lo
l i-f l.h. mala tha littui laiuial.
r!oSrriant. earn nM'r lodir
a. ratarr tj4H a" nl lo k fclta
liu h ur k.f-ira tha tlmo a I fr
ha ataatinf of lha fiil l it xnui
wrch lha rra.i'fant in tl.tail tha l.nta-
tra propnani aa.J ar ko mnalnj
of lha wr-ta am?roT.4. tla tba CaM
oat mat lim prooaol 4I a&m.tlail kir
akaaaa4ar t alo4 la.
fja'a lh:a f'..rnon t onat Ion ftara
who .ar'.i.r in th saf fcal ro-
a U4 a orr. aa ralla4 to th
hiaia I'asartandl b Jiacratarr Iia
cat t o r.main. J (loaat. j In f Ci
o..-fy.afj' f -o ra-ra thaa fca.'f aa
.. Tha lia.-r.tar ouCina tha wiohaa
of thn l'rMt.t rl'at.a in d.ta L Aa tha
AmhoaaaiJ" Utt tha fcni:4.n ho aai4.
:.ry thirty la aarx'anlla.lr all rlhl.
Il It I. not Boiahatt
A h ch ":-il of tha Administration
fria la tht. a.anonariiafi(:
-a. aatcamoat of lha l.attaia raa
la la aiflt. preVahlr ni'.h.a lha nail
f.nr Tha fnt'f Ktat.a kaa not
l- r.at It damariia. II kaa not r
.. a-rrv lot caa a Toor ona
roa.-tai" l l"o kaa'a cf Iho arao
anal. Tha ma'l " proooao k tr-
mane areeera t rover tho noeitiori cf
te t'ntr... rra'ee. It ao not fair la
neiwi ter t.re Will kaeo I - be any
a..a n l"e . V. j. nil
Mrnil-rrn .rc .Not No Irrtain Ho
(ard.ns Hr nomination of VrC-IrmiiK-n(
T. Lit"l!. Ttb. Tkal rraaidcol
WiU-m oul4 bo ranomlnalad llhout
oppiamon n aa Iho conaooaua f
octnoa ef Pi'aUri of lha iobcom
mittao of Iho Imocratic National Com.
mitt.o. who ir.at haro today lo arranfn
4tat!a for Iba Imocratlc national
Tho romtiilittrfiiaa wrro rot ear
lain, honaarr. thai VUo-rraaidant
Marahatl woa!4 bo rnomtnt4. Tha
'Icr'loa of a temporary chairman will
not bo lakaa up until May.
Kobtrt llnlnc. publUhar of tho New
Orlaana Timaa-I'lcayuna. waa appointed
cbalrmaa ef tho pra cororaittco for
tho conartion and Jaenaa Praoton.
arra-aant-at-araia of lha proas sallrry
of Iba t'tittrd Mataa 4anala, wa ap
Cltairman McComba aald lo twa
papormaa today that rraaidaal Wllaoa
woaid bo rabomlnatad and that bo o?
poattioa l klm bal 4atlopa4 to any
iaara cnmmlttarmrn who waro In
l.ti!ral asprtaacd Ik opinion that
tha rroatdao'. bad won tba support or
lbs country to bia prrparadnaaa pro-
PRUNING SCHOOL OPENED
Mftjr Ort luarUlaia la fcutlwrlln I la-
Irk I Are :nrollcl.
SLTIIKKUX. ur.. Kcb. t. (Special)
Tbo Brat orchard pruninl school lo
bo oSarad la tha county startrd
.Huth.rtin lour und.r lha suparvialoa
of rrofaaaor W. I". Itroa n. of tho o
l.naioa and horticultural department
of Iho tirttioa AsrWultural Collrc.
Two rlaaors of ! members wero on
rvlled. Tha school will continue four
day. Tba jluthcrlln Valley orcbardiats
nro ahoarlaaT Intrnao mtereat la tho In
Tha riutharllo rrultirawira" Aaaoc lo
tion, rontrotliac soma acres of
younaf orchard, will or fan I jo a drain
aa-o and bond their orchard area to
CARRANZA MEN IN MUTINY
t prl.inx al ano Latrt-alo alJ
llae iwn Qurllrtl.
LtRKtV. To-, tab. A mutlcy
tr. teredo amoaf tho troops of the
4 fato overnment cauaen ins cioo
In tonlcht of lha International brld(
bctaeea this pi a.-a and lb Mexican
About i abots were Brad and much
alarm waa occaaioned hero. Ceneorablp
etaMthe4 by lh municipal author!
tl-a prevented tha full farts from bo
rominat known, although It was said
la. mutinous troops bad been captured
and that loyal membora of lha .Nueeo
't.ar-d (arrtaoa ware patrollnc lbs
GOTHAM MURDERS FEWER
ffKJl larlnC It IS Is SIC Against
J 1 J la Itll.
NEW TOflK. Feb. (.Tho rer-ort of
lha poll, o departmaal for lta. mads
pubti! today, ehowe Ihsl lharo wars
: snurders In Near Tork City ur
ine Iba year. Thla la acainat ZiJ mur
ders li Ittt and : in Ili-
Four tboaaand four hundred and
l.Mrly-nino parsons war reported mias
ms tfurln th year. Iho fats of of
ikaa la atiU unknown. Th total num
ber of arrests mad was " I J i. and
lel.lll perwal wars eonaacted. A total
of lt:.2tr serious sad ixlty crime was
DRIVER ON TRIP IS FROZEN
las HaallnaT Wood Suffer I'rotn
Hard nihl la Col J.
RAKI.ru Or. feh. I ("ps- iD
White haulms: wood to Hainan, flea
ra te. away. Alonao Taylor was so badly
frozen thai bo will bo confined to his
homo for soma timo. Tsylor stsrted
In Iks moraine frora bis homo la Wr(.
itia with a el-boreo team, hauling
a toad ef wood.
Tho enow waa so deep that Iba loam
had la flchl Its wsy and II took sev
eral hours for lha trip, ao that whan
Taylor reached Haines both feel sadl
both hands warn badly froien.
SALEM WOMAN IS DEAD
Mre, C. Icwvrr r-wocninb addcnly I
ALJ4. Crr. Feb, I iSpectatl
Mrs. C. Cleaver, a r. Ideal of Marlon
County sine lift, died here tonight I
o4denly of paralysla. tine waa tl years I
14. Her k u ba n i died In !.
surviving hr are three daucblera.1
Mrs W. R. Kane. Mrs. Gertrude Broth-
erma aad Mr. Grace Mickelson. all of I
fa'm. and two sons. Cbarlea and
Archie Cleaver, cf a Franclco.
ECHO HOTEL IS DAMAGED
lire Ca Ic he From Kitchen Range;
I aa a ra noc Cover Los.
I.ni'i. Or . I sb. (Special )Th I
Hotel :,ho waa damn fed by flra early
today lo lha eatent of aeveral bondredl
ao.'.re. Tho building la owned by C J.
MuMing. ef The Dallea. and Is leaaed I
la H. I.. Mashburn. who conducts the I
Tba fre reuaht from lha kitchen
raaca and emoMere4 preaumably fori
ko-irs TB loot Is coicrcd by lasurgac.!
Turk and 2 Germans
NO IMMUNITY IS ENJOYED
Administration Apparently De
termined to Prosecute.
BOLD PLOTS INVOLVED
(rfYiiuni at Kan r'ranol-e-o Charged
Willi Conspiracy lo II low lp Tun.
nrls In Canada-. Turk Willi
Misuse of Mramrr.
WASHINGTON". Feb. L Weeks of
Inreatication by attcnta of ths Depart
menl of Juetirs resulted In tho Toting
of Indictments today by a federal
grand Jury In San FTanclaeo agalnat
prominent flgurss In what Is consid
ered hero to b two of th boldest
plots Involving questions of American
neutrality that hav been uncovered
since ths Kuropean war began.
Among thoao against whom Indict
ments wars voted, according to a mes
sage received here, srs Krana Bopp,
German ' Consul-General; liaron K. H.
von 8"hack. Vlc-Conul of Grrmany.
and Maurice Hall. tb Turklah Consul
Coaaala Knjoy Co Isaaaaalty.
Conautar officers do not enjoy ths
diplomatic Immunity which ambns-a-dore.
mlnlalera and attaches receive by
international law. but are subject to
lh Jurisdiction of th court In which
they are resident and may bo treated
br tha law as are other persona. The
Indictments voted todsy. however, are
th first which th American Govern
ment has attempted to secure agalnat
any foreign representstlve. This fact
was taken to mean that hereafter the
Administration means to proaecuto any
offender against American neutrality.
I'-opp and Von ISchack are charged
with complicity In tue plot which wus
first uncovered several weeks sgo witn
the arrest of C C Crowley, alleged lo
be a pro-German agent who bad un
dertaken to cripple ths American out
put of munitions of war and In other
ways to help the cause of the Teu
Taaael Plot la Cbarged.
flopp la accused of being the head of
a conspiracy to accomplish this end by
Interfering with trsda In munitions and
preventing railway ahtpruenta by blow
ing Dp two tunnels In Canadian roads.
The German officials are being pro
ceeded against under the Sherman antl-
trual law In connection with their al
leged activities against American
plants and ander a section of ths penal
cods aimed al the setting on foot of
military eipeditlona against a friendly
natlin In connection with plans to blow
up Canadian railway tunnels.
Ths Indictment of ths Turklah Con-
.loneiaded on I... S. Column I I .Concluded on Pace 14. Column 3.
j UNCHARTED WATERS.
! - - - W-sf ll j
: I -j-t a
Ially Aeroplane From Coast to Hall
way Camps Alno Ilrcd
ORKGONIAN NKWS BCREAU. Wash
Inerton. Keb. f. Th i Inauguration of
aerODlnna mail ecrvce In Alaaka Is
being urged on the Fostofflce Depart
menl by Falcon Joslin. of Seattle and
Alaska, and to some extent by Thomas
Riggs. of the Alaska Railroad Commis
Mr. Joalin Is urging the eatablishment
of aeroplane service between Fairbanks
nri Brooks. 60 miles apart, on a dally
bnala. service to continue throughout
the year. He Informs the department
that acropl.tnes suitable for this service
ran be readily obtained and points out
thst the Canadian government is now
satl.fsrlorlly handling malls to the
Mud -on Bay dlMrl-t by aeroplsnea and
getting belter results at cheaper rates
than ever before.
The Alaskan Railroad Commission Is
desirous of establishing dally aero
planes from the coast to the various
ramps along the Alaska Ha II road and
believes the service can readily be ex
panded to handle licht supplies.
STORM STAYS LAW'S ARM
Man Sentenced for Killing Deer Re
prieved to Care for Stock.
r EN DL.ETON. Or.. Feb. I. (Special.)
Because his livestock was reported to
be In a bad condition during the pres
ent severe weather. Billy Stanley, who
mat ftned $:i and 30 days In Jail for
killing a deer, was permitted to re
turn home to csre for his cattle. (Stan
ley was arrested by Deputy Game
Warden George Tonkin, who made a
trip over the snow after the offender,
nd was .convicted by Justice of the
I'esce Mclteynolds. of Pilot Rock, yes
The man will return to serve his
sentence after the snow leaves the
BRIAND G0ES TO ROME
French I'remler to Seek Closer Cnlly
of Allies In W ar.
rAUIS. Feb. . It was announced
tonla-ht that Premier Briand will leave
for Rome Wednesday.
The precise purpose of his visit was
not said, but it Is believed to be con
nected with a plan for the leaders of
th entente powers to com Into closer
unity regarding all Important questions
of th war.
i ALL PORTLAND nCIIOOLS IX
HEHJIO.l 1 .
All Portland schools will re
sume their classes todsy after
repeated Interruptions of classes
caused by the recent aevere
storms. There waa some doubt
evpresaed yesterday aa to the
Mount Tabor school, because of
electric wires to the building
being down, but Superintendent
Alderman announced that It
probably wi:i be able to resume
sessions, and all teachers are ex
pected to be In their places this
morning. Temporary wiring was
run to a number of schools yes
terdsy pending the replacing of
the permanent lines by the Port
Isnd Railway. Light A Power
Rain and P;;. Tem-
BACK WATER IS EXPECTED
Depth of 17 Feet Above Zero
Estimate for Tomorrow.
STORM SIGNALS DISPLAYED
Latrt nendlngs by Weather Bu
reau Indicate Graver Conditions
and Hreaking of Ice Jams In
Columbia Is Added Menace.
River conditions are critical. More
rain Is predicted, also higher tempera
tures In the Cascades, which will cause
rapid melting- of the snow. There is
the further danger of Ice breaking up
In the Upper Columbia, causing that
stream to rise rapidly, in which event
the flow In the Willamette would be
checked and a higher flood stage would
be reached than otherwise would be
That Is the latest information deal
ing with the freshet situation, con
tained in a report given out from the
weather bureau last night. It is pre
dicted the river here will attain a
height of 15.5 feet above zero today
nd 17 feet tomorrow, the latter esti
mate being- half a foot more than was
forecast from Monday's observations.
Stores 9lgnala Displayed.
The Weather Bureau officials or
dered storm warnings posted at 6:40
o'clock last night at the entrance to
the Columbia River, Grays Harbor and
the Straits of Fuca for strong south
and southeast gales, as a new depres
sion was found approaching the Wash
At 5 o'clock last night the wind was
from tha south at the moutn or tne
river and had attained a velocity the
of 42 miles an hour, the sea being
Rala Today Expected.
Light rain fell in Western Oregon
and Washington yesterday, with snow
In portions of Montana, the Dakotas
and Minnesota, and the conditions are
regarded as favorable for rain here to
day. with slightly higher temperatures,
particularly In the Cascade Mountains.
Such an increase will add to the dangei
of slides, besides materially increasing
the flow of melted snow to the low
The most serious result of the high
wster troubles so far was the closln
of the locks and canal at Oregon City
yesterdsy. the guard lock there bein
unablo to operate after the rive
reached a stage of 11.8 feet. The sit
uation precludes river-traffic being car
rled on between Portland an
Upper Willamette River points for the
Ash-street dock fell a victim to th
freshet last night, the lower level be
Evening Dress Will Bo Wine Col
ored With Lavender Vest.
Trousers Follow Leg Form.
ST. LOUIS. Feb. 8. Frock coats of
green with wide red stripes and ex
treme models In evening dress, Ipclud
ing a wine-colored coat with a laven
der vest to go with It, are among de
signs for men's wear this Spring ex
hibited at the convention of. the Na
tional Association of Merchant Tailors
that opened here today. Patterns in
large checks are prominent among the
displays. Green is a prominent color.
Single - breasted, two - button sack
coats with drapery over the hips are
Double-breasted coats are to have
peak laDela. Extensive padding will
Sleeves thia Spring and Summer are
to be small, with a button at the cuff.
Trousers will follow the formation
of the leg but will not be tight.
SEWER WILL GET LIQUOR
Fines of $125 Imposed in Pendleton
and Three Await Trial.
PENDLETON. Or.. Feb. 8. (Special.)
In conformity with the law, 6100
worth or more of confiscated whisky
and beer will be dumped Into the
sewers of Pendleton Thursday uy
Sherift T.-D. Taylor.
The liquor was seized in a raid
Saturday night. Proprietors of one or
the lodging-houses raided changed their
plea from not guilty to guilty today
and were fined 75. Eva Snyder, arrest-
ed in the same place, was fined J5D.
The three women arrested at the
Empire lodging-house will be tried
CANAL FEELS 3 QUAKES
Locks and Dam Reported Undam
aged, but Whole Zone Is Shaken.
PAVAllA Fob 8 Three sham earth-
m.xfca ahoeks occurred between 11 and
11:14 o'clock today. The whole city and
h .er ihakon. The dis-
turbance was most severely felt in the
A.iminictT-otinn huiiHiniT several
of the clerks running out of the struc-
ture in alarm.
No damage to the canal locks or
dams is reported.
The reonrrlinar instruments .showed
that the earthquake had its center in
th vicinity of Los Santos Province,
where most earthquakes originate.
BUFFALO GETS OPERATION
at Zoo Today.
Dr. D. W. Mack, a veterinarian in the
city service, has operated on horses.
cows, dogs and other animals, but he
Is stumped now that he faces the ne
cessity of operating on a buffalo at
the Washington Park zoo. And worse
still, the operation has to be on the
The buffalo has a big growth on its
leg. The operation will be performed
INDEX OF TODAY'S NEWS
YESTERDAY'S Maximum temperature.
degrees; minimum, 4o deereea.
TODAY'S nain; southerly raina.
Railroad, accused of plotting to throttle
l1"' injmx. -O" I
a rvin.nl. ano Turklah rnn.nl at
San Franrlacu IndicUd. Page 1. I
Navy ready for any foe ou Pacific, saja Ad-
mlral Blue, i-ago
Uemocrauc commilieemen. inina n iion ccr-
tain to ho nominated: not ao aure about I
Marahall. Pago 1.
Ei-"nllltary attache at Berlin may be tried
for bringing letters home for German of
ficiala. Page 5.
Aeroplane mall acrvice for Alaska asked
Waahington bclievea settlement of Lusitania
case is in eight, rage 1.
General Miles declares Continental
plan la dangerous. Page
Howard Ellljtt aays with eight-hour day
country cannot do worK before it. page a.
St. Paul lea carnival queen 'bounced.
Faahlon decrees drapery over men s hipa.
Fashion decrees bathing suit must end o
Incbca below nip. page o.
Wlllard-Moran fight definitely acheduled for
March 8. Page 1.
Hay ward relies on fairness of tnree coi
lerea In t ec caae. rase 10.
National League makes president'a decision
on pri-lesta final, page u.
Washincton Hleh School defeats Jefferson
at basketball, page la.
Multnomah Club operates at neat profit.
Patrick vflllinr to approve world series
hockey play. Page n.
Two women killed and farm manager wound
ed on Klamath rancn. page o.
Tee Um In millrace pours water into East
Pendleton, page j.
Loan shark law upheld, rage 7.
Oregon hopgrowtrs seek to amend law in
order to inaKu Deer in uregon. j-age xs.
Commercial and Marine.
Pacific Coast hops advance la English mar
ket. Page 111.
Wheat higher at Chicago on broader export
demand. Page lv.
Stock list depressed with lack of public in
terest. Page 13.
Portland to sea la only route open. Page IS.
Portland and Vicinity,
irtendcr telle of serving liquor at Perkins
Hotel bar- Page 1.
Profer.or Jefferir resigns. Page 8.
Rosanan Honolulu excursion sails April 1.
Fry and trout egrs at Bonneville hatchery
sale ao tar. rage is.
Land slides- do damage on heights west of
ciu. Page It.
War sends chemicals to prices prohibitive
for commercial uses. Page 11.
I chamber indorses Columbia River naval base
plan, page v.
Women and oung people will take part In I
daymen's convention, rage !). I
Probability of flood is K'catly Ini-reahcd. I
Weather rcvoru data sud foiccaat. Paxe IV. i
George Schultz' Trial
Enlivened by Tilts.
YARIOUS BRANDS ON DRAUGHT
Fred Fergonia Denies, Then
Admits, Selling Intoxicants.
GIN GRAVY QUITE POPULAR
ius H. Yungcberg Said Ho Found
Special Brew Half Whisky and
Said Suspicions Were Aroused !
by Prosperity of Patrons.
"Could a man you didn't know get J
drink of the ginger ale mixture?"
"Though you didn't see the liquors
mixed, you are Well satisfied that cer-
tain of the bottles contained inioxi-
Torn between fidelity to Oeorge
Schultz his employer for four, friend
for nine years and the sanctity of his
oath, Fred Fergonia, of 116 Buffalo
street, bartender in the Perkins tem-
1 perance buffet, made these admissions
I yesterday in the court of District Judge
Davton. surrendering to the fire or
questions by District Attorney Evans.
All Evidence Submitted.
The trial of Schultz for maintaining
a nuisance win continue loaay. iu
evidence was in yesterday and the at
torneys will open the argument bo-
fore the jury this morning.
The prominence or tne case atiracica
several hundred visitors to the court-
room yesterday and the interest was
intense. District Attorney i.vans, nim-
self, aided in the prosecution conducted
I hv Deputies J. L. Hammersley and
George Mowry. It was Deputy Ham-
mersley's debut in the uistrici v-oun,
his work previously having Deen an in
the Circuit court.
I John C Mctufl
i nd George
were attorneys for the defense.
Witness Contradicts Himself.
Bartender Fergonia contradicted him
self on the stand. His testimony was
regarded as the most important. He
has lived in Portland 15 years and
was employed by Schultz when the lat
ter conducted a saloon at 120 Fifth.
Customers in Schultz' temperance
bar, opened January 13, were divided
into two sets, it appeared from
Fergonia's testimony. One set was
composed of those who were not know n
to either Schultz or Fergonia. When
they ordered ginger ale they usually
got ginger ale. The others were main
ly former patrons of the saloon, and
their orders of ginger ale brought
them ginger ale in which a "kick" had
Salee Arc Admitted.
Fersonia first testified that two
fa"118 of iner alc. were s"ve1-
ASKeU H no SOia any ginger me luieii
with anything, he replied. "Not to tha
best of my knowledge." Later he ad-
itted that a part of that served was
What would you give those who
,ant- thri KOCelal einsrer ale?" asked
r. ... . lf.nr..
deputy -LlSiricl. Allullli.-J' .umij.
"Id give mem wnaiever tuey asRcu
for," evaded Fergonia.
.... .,. the mixture, what
" mJ ""
"Ginger ale. The courtroom ecnoea
District Attorney Evans rose and ad
dressed the judge for the first time.
District Attorney Intervenes.
This witness has been trifling with
tne court long enough," he said. "I de
mand that he answer the question or
be cited for contempt of court."
It seems to me the District Attor
ney's office is doing a lot of trifling
with this witness." interrupted Attor
The District Attorney proceeded with
You never saw anyone mix the
liquor in the bottles?"
'It was always there when you ar
rived in the morning, and Mr. bchult
pointed out to you the bottles you were
to sell to people you knew?"
Knowledge of Liquor Admitted.
'Are you well satisfied in your own
mind that those bottles contained in
'I knew there was a mixture."
"Are you well satisfied that those
bottles contained intoxicating liquor?"
'You are satisfied because of the in
creased demand for that particular
The attempt of Attorney McCue to
prove that Fergonia had been submit
ted to the third degree in tho District
Attorney's office the night of the raid
was frustrated by Fergonia's own evi
dence that he had been treated courte
ously and that no inducements were
Tflts Are Frequent.
The hearing was enlivened by several
tiffs between Attorney McCue and the
representatives of the District Attir-'
Lot Q. Swetlana, manager of the
rerkins Hotel, testified that he had
known Schultz tor 15 years and that
ho had borne . a good reputation.
Sue Sam. cook tor Schultz for seven
ye.ir.s, declared on the stand that tho
vCuueluded cu Paw a, Culuma a.