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NO 145. VOLUME LXI!I,
ASTORIA, OREGON, THURSDAY, JUNE 27, 1907.
PRICE FIVE CENTS
Federation and txpr wf. and
to read to tbt Jury t ? .Hearing arti
cle about tlie death of Bteunenberir.
loiwlli also mIJ h baj een Orchard t
th Federation headquarter several
time and that 8tvt A.Iami end Mr.
Adam Io had Wn there.
W. F. Davit of Goldllcld Denies
'' fWharrl't irriuallnnt An I Ftrt Una
wi vhmi w w nvvn VMM VM V .
From Maw York To Tbt
NEW YORK, Junt 20.4.' beirinnlnir
will be imtde tomorrow In lavlnir a' new
(a III, till lliUill ami l.ll,
EDITOR O'NEIL ON THE STAND .t o wiianu, ti HER HOME
i 0 ; (r iw in nrat out mm
;,' " " ' ! ! i Ithfe DOrt to land on tlia Panama rau.l
' "n. Tha t'olonla, the largest cable
Wotta Xasuint Editor Ttttifi4 That
Orchard Told Him That Ptabody tnd
Ball Should Ba "Bumptd OfT-Stato
' CioM-Extmln. ;
Failure of Slca Crop it Ixptcted To R-
tilt In uprising.
VICTORIA, B. C, June 2fl.-Cblia U
on the eve of an upheaval worn than
the Tai ping rebellion according to Can
I.U W U...U1. . . .
White Girl Held In Captivity fori"" v.n Kiag in central china,
Mara today, lie aald tha southern revo
lutlon la well organized and well plan
lifd but n launched before the leaden
wished. Probably about tha end of next
year a big uprising will begin. The
IS IN SPMflNP leadera are edurated men and have been
w . . w, viiniibl
preparing for zo years. Great quantities
of arm hare been muggled In despite
tha effort of the government. Smith
Three Years by China
.t-.iu.hlp n (ha world will leave tha w VtM. , ... . ya the nprlinK la kerauae of the pat
lower harbor tomorrow to ...rt laying W"J4X a!f w.. r"Vf C rf f""urM ' th P "
Captivity In Barred Soonv-Heacued 'uTJZ VTl "
Durin. Police B.1A C.h.ln. iw " b Pctd
. . ...taai
MOKE BOMBS III RUSSIA.
OOISK, June Sd.-WllUani F. Pa via, of
OoldHald, out of tbt tuott Ijttportant
wltnewea for the defenae, wa tailed to
the ttltneaa aland today and hia croa
txamination t not completed when
tba court ailjourued. Orchard bad taatt
Bad that l)avia W and eomtnamled tha
mob that doUroyed tht Bunker Hill and
Sullivan mine lir ttt( Incited, aa tha
agi'iit of Ifaywood and Moyar, tha Via
dltr explodoa and tha tralnwrarklng
plot, at Cripple CYwk, and waa an ac-
romplloa In the Independence ttatlon
, On direct examination, by Darrow, he
went ovtr tht alofy of hla working, In
cluding tbt pnthvtlo atory of the' death
of bia wife and belie, at Cripple Creek,
at which he wept, aul made a poaltlvt
. denial of every tatement uf Orchard,
that Involved him "r hi aoUta In
' any form of crime, lie denied that ba
even waa member or the I nlon when
tht Hunker Hill and Kullivau mint waa
blown up ami at tht comlualun of hia
general atory that at Cripple Creek dur.
Ing the atrike Orvbard (old him of the
Hert-ule mine affair and threateiu-d to
The eroM'exainination of l)avl, by
Senator lkirah, waa aeveit and aearching
fid wa ilili'lly devuled a far a it
proceeded, with the Hunker Hill and
.Hullivan alfalr, and the ciivmuetaneet
' under which Oahard niadu the threat
anlut Kteuneulierg, Uavla aertd
that be remained at (iem the day the
Hunker Hill mine wa blown up and
while there he aaw a train In charge
of maaked men arrive at and depart from
Gem, he could not name anyone on the
train except Kiigineeii Hutton. He nid
there waa no excitement and he made
no Inquiry about tha mob. He taid he
m rnmutitM.I Im IiIjH..m mtim ...Ill
, Mn" ' ai.wi fciiu mill
". mown up, Decauaa be did not want to
. rliltuitA.I tr tl.,...HH l..,n ii.A ,IT..1I
ami that he had changed hi name
when be departed for lttitto, liecauaa he
feared the Mine Owner- bluckli-t, made
up from the petition, that the Hunker
Hill employe hud eeut to Governor Mc
Coneil, proteatlng againt the miinfety
of the mine. Ilorah Khowrd that the
petition had been . presented tlx yearn
before and when Hulto wna a Feilerntiiin
enmp where-the Mack list win Inelfec-
wvc, ruling to nie threat that Or
ehurd ninde HKint .Steiuienlicrg, the
wltiien wna nimble to recall what any
' one else had mild oq dluvt oceiulon, ex
cept the word of Orchard. Da via ro
initial to the atund tomorrow,
'Mm. Lottie Pay, of TPenvcr, ttiHtid
that in 1H04, Orchard told Tier about the
Io-k of hla Hnrcule Intercut and with
that the chance to "Support the only
woman ho ever really .loved" and that
' he aald he would kill Steunenlierg for
the wrong done him,
John I), Elliott, an old aoldicr, awore
that On-hard told film on a train,' In
Idiiho, Inte In the full of 1009 that he
waa In the employ of the Mine Owner
and Haiti there wa n plot aunint the
Federation and it leader. The croaa
exaininntion showed the fact that .El
liott had twice been an iimmto of n
Incane ayelum with hia mind unbal
anced by family trouble, John M.
Oneill, editor of the Miner' Magaaine,
waa the only other wltnet dining the
day. He temtilled that .Orchard . oame
to hla office early in 1003 and asked for
the addressee of Governor Teabody and
, General Bell whom he aald ahould lip
Humped ofT,"' Oneill anid he referred
(Vchfird to the- city directory,
The atnte ued the cro-e.ainlnatlon
- l' I 11 l iLi
ui wiuiii iu iiiiiko it vicar iliac v ue
magazine wa Hie olllcliil organ of the
rubber and armored cable atowed away
In tht three blit tanla In tht veel and
overboard it will be dropped at the rate
of 180 knot a day.
Aecordlnjf to Captain H. A. Wood-
I . , .
eock, tbt Colpnla'a commandee who 1 PORTLAND. Junt 20. While maklnir I TRirr.IS
a veteran la cable laying, Guantanamo 00 CWnt gambling den in 20. Ttn Bonibe were tlirolri today into
i where tbt finet aectlon of tht cable ,hl tity tht police made a tUrt- Erivaii f!piare, in the eenter bf the
Will Kti.l Tl,. nl..nl. .Ill - .... lilllf diaCOVerv hr fln.lln . aMt. oifl 1 .1 . ... ,
" inn - i e - " iun which w inrongea wnn people.
of m knota to Colon, where tht final "n,e,l Alma Church, whoae retidenot ia Die miaalea exploded with terrific
land atallon will be etablihed. The m xxane, and who ha been held in force. Many peraone were killed and
date et for the cahleihip't arrival i pH'itjr for more than three year. ,(K,ri were ahattered over a large area
July U. The cable will be laid for According to the glrl'a tory the waa The oolic. .re nn.vntin .11 .nnrn.,1.
11. r.l.,. I -i . Ihan, !.i,l . i-'l.;..... I. .. . ' . " '
vrimai mnt ekuiih anwp i -"n f m vnnici r;iio me cene of the outrage.
lean table Company o aa to aavt 2000 "r"nt ana wa taken tb a barred room,
lllil it liin.l m..im n... I .... t- f-l... I W llli'h fell W tif.l'p allnt,-A.I I.. Iabvs
"-.. v. ....t M" HU, ,1, tW ,U l,Pi I v
o the company' connection with the rVl when cloaely guarded. The girl
went euent of South America will not 't trtor atriken and ia alot a nerr-
The finding of the girl wind up
mystery which the detectivee have been
trying 10 "oive tor more than aear.
At that time they were luforined by a
reliable perton, that while pamfng Sec
ond and Taylor atreela, he taw a white
woinun'a face at a barred window and
when art turned the .te.m.r rr..l-l P' aI,"'"U,l t0 1,lm 10 rMcue
Stream u, . furn.c, ;,r '' n.-hcd to th. hou.e and
today at Up-Rlver P,,t Nearly twy l" '
one waa a-leen when th. fl.m V. """- a nam.ni ...
'"uru lur iur Kin rapuir oil! UD
to the preacnt he hat eluded arrest.
Swept Path 60 Miles In Width
Through Indian Territory.
PROPERTY LOSS IS GREAT
Damage, To Property It Eetimated at
tifioofioo Occurred Principally la Ofl-
neio xnree on Worker Killed
Storm Power Waa Terrific
THBEB BURKED TO DEATH.
CT. JOHN', N?B., June 2fl.-Three men
perlliJ, atwarde and aeveral other
women etcaped with bud burn, and aev
eral member of the crew wera hurt
Will Leave Carmen and Telephone
Strike to Other Agendea.
Uncovered, The ateamer i a dotal 'W.
The dead arei Fred Smith, deck hand;
AJIen !xKan, deck hand, and William
l-ogan, fireman. Hertiert McUarey, the
mate, may not recover.
MARS COMING NEAR
Large Sum Left For Public Training
School, Orphanage, Etc
CHICAGO, June 2(1. A dHmtfh to
the Tribune, from Peoria, Ill., aviii
Two million dollar left in the will
of the late John C. Iroctoi t. in I
SAX FRANCISCO, June 2(L-With
th ettlemnt of the Iron Tradea and
the Ijlundry 'Worker strikee to it
credit, the conrilintion committee baa
decided to wind up it affair. It will
make a final report to the Civic league
on Thursday night and will leave the
aettiement of the car and telephone
leontroveriiee to other agencies.
Word wa received from the com
mil tee yesterday that Secretary Strain
would reach San Frandco July 22. and
would remain here four day. Secre
tarie Garfield and Metcatf art expected
at the aame time.
TL'LSA, L T- June 20. A torn,ln
with a path 60 mile lonir. aweot through
tht Indian Territory oil field today
Killing three and causing a property loa
of $1,000,000. All of the dead were oil
field workmen and were killed by the
inning rig. The tornado tore down
huge ateel tanka, demolished a hundred
derrick and riga and many tanka were
octroyed Dv lightning. The Tillage of
Kiefer auffered great detruction. Bed
Fork and Jenk are scene 0f wreck and
ruin, Battleville reporta a larce nron-
erty loss and aeveral injured. Several
house were demolished at Coilinsville
In Tulsa aeveral buildings were unroof.
ed and blown from their foundation.
Government Taking Precautionary Step
uy Uying in Supply.
; BUSINESS IH JAIL.
Bookkeeper Doet Bualneat ia tbt Tomb
, Whilt Awaiting SenUnot.
-VEW YORK, June 26.-(J. A. Girard.
former cashier for O. M. Minzesbeimer &.
Company, banker and broker, will,
from a cell In tht Tomb, act ac
countant for the firm until next Novem
ber. Girard in June, 1900, disappeared
with bond valued at 15000. He ha
now pleaded guilty to a charge of grand
larceny. Girard, while acting aa cash
ier, purposely bungled tht book of tht
company o that tney art practically
meaningless and he waa remanded to
the Tomb y ' Judge : Foster until No
vember, to assist in atraiehtem'na- out
the booka and recover ia large amount of
asset which were lost through hi work.
A0KI WOWT BZ RECALLED.
TOKIO, June 2ff.-OfficfaI announce
ment was made today by Minuter of
Foreign Affaire Hayasbi that the re
port that the government contemplated
the recall 0f Baron Aoki Minister to
tbt United States i absolutely without
foundation. . '
FIRE Uf WHISKY DISTRICT.
CINdKKATL June 28. A daneeron
fire it raging in the wholesale whisky
district. It atarted with an avnlfMinn
the whisky house of A. A J. Freiberir.
It threatena to extend to other build
ings. A general alarm has been turned
HEW GOVERNOR FOR HAWAII,
"W .va- wun v. WW, 9 ,J .WTI
Expedition Goes to South Ameri- ,,,,i,iw,d b' ,he ,,ro-,"r KnJowment Ithacans Won by Narrow Marain
dry for boy and girl who will be paid
wages; a day nursery, for mother and
children, a manual trailing school for
worthy boy and an orphanage. Al
ready 1350,000 ha been spent for a
home for tht aged.
Mr. Proctor outlined that he desired
to providt oportunitiy for watt earning
South Pol. of th. Earth'. Neighbor Will V JT h I u 7 L ,
B. Seen Thi. TimAppe.r. But fift the cottage hospital aggre- Comll Won the Eight-Oared Varty
TACOMA, June 2a Already" the cov-
ernment officials are takinir stena to
Kwa against the coal famine which
threatena tht Pacific Northwest, thia
fall and winter. Instruction! hav. hen
received at all Puget Sound pointa from
tne JJcpartment of Commerce ami 1.
bor advising the head of departments
to Uy In the coal needed for the coming
winter5 fuel supply. The instructions
are in the form of a letter from Presi
VEGETATION SAID TO
MIDDIES BOAT WAS THIRD
Rarely Immense Snow Cap Said To
Cover tht South Pole of Mara,
RONTON', June 2fl.-d'creival Lowell,
.ii...... t l, . r""1"!
. ,t ",e wuwTvaiory at tiagstan, to 9pvnA Mt
hk., who arrived in Rot ton, yesterday In n-ul need.
gated $300. His niece and neph
ew and hla sister, Miss Edna Proctor,
of NVw York, cet an arirrei7ta nf
$113,000. Mis doctor is given $25,000
and the other $5,0t)0each.
He regarded too much inner to the in.
dividual, as a ruination, and preferred
At the Inter-Collegiate Regatta For
the Eighth Time Four-Oarl anil
Freshman Racea Rowed.
on a business trip, annouced Mime of manage the estate.
uib iHirsi iniormauon he Had giithered
regarding the planet Mars. While the
relation of the earth with Mars In their
movement about the sun, are uch that
it is .usually the north pole that is pre.
sented during an opposition, the case
thi year Is reversed, nnd li- T....,n
ha bad ati opportunity to view the
POUGHKEEPSIE. June 2.rnrml!
entire fortune frtr those I won the varsitr pii?ht
A board of trustees is to inter-collegiate regatta for the eighth
RIGHT OF WAY PURCHASES.
Lint From Kelso To Ilwaco Is Already
' (Underway. ' J '
TACOMA, June 2(l.--Purchnses of a
Smith niil.. r.f th. t i i m WBy ,or rauioml to extend ' """--" won uy me nar
'hla'otlnntaUo? of ta K .TlT U
time this evening in the most excitinir
contest ever rowed over the four-mile
course. Cornell' time waa 20:02 2-5
! Columbia waa second, the United States
Naval Academy third, Pennsylvania
fourth, Wisconsin fifth and Georgetown
sixui. yrocuse Jia not finish, her shell
being swamped a half mile from the
linish. The Ithacan u-nn hv th. n,.r.
STRIKE DELAYS FREIGHT.
MONTREAL,' June 20.Three hun
dred and twenty-five teamster employ.
ed by the Dominion Transport Co., which
hauls all the Canadian Pacific freight in
this city, went on strike today, effect
ually tying up the freight both inward
and outward over this system. The men
have been getting $f.00 for eleven and a
half hours work and demand $1.75, the
same as paid by other cartage com
HONOLULU, June 26. Chief Jua-
tice W. F. Frear, haa cabled President
Rosevelt the acceptance of the gover
norship of Hawaiian Territory beginning
in August next. -, , - r-
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PLOT TO SLAY ITALY'S KING, v
ROME, June 20. Detail of a plot
hatched at the recent meeting of an
archist leadera at Zurich to assassinate
King Victor Emmanuel of Italy became
known today. Lots were drawn, and
the task of the assassination ifell to two
of the best known European anarchist.
THE LOVING TRIAL
representatives of the .Washington and t!1 tlle i1"1?4 announced that Cornell
.. i ic ircscmaiives oi inn waMiino
trkHH' Zf'lT.T n.rbor Railroad. Thl. line is N the thousand of spectator.
tnU cap of the .ouih nole 'r. io . "" Northern Pacific ashor, were in doubt as to
,,,!. 1.1. 4K. ... J : " nMon and it ia aald aa soon as the "ew nm cro8SeJ tl,e bM mt
Z . " ,:r' :..rr rv"v"'e North Bank road is comnleted. Brdi.,ff Cornell and Columbia fought for the
L h rreW nW ' wo'rk wiU over the whole course and at
Z'JlSZnZ Tex! the Kelso- - tune were the a. more than 25
tent, covering an area of more than 100
I degrees on the planet's surface. At a
second observation thi cap had dlmin.
Uhed greatly, and at its liase were cer
tain appearances that Mr. Lowell
thought bore out his belief of vegeta
tion there. ,
Photograph of the planet have been
taken recently and Mr, Lowell has with
him picture showing two canals. The
planet reaches Its closest proximity to
the earth .the' middle of next month.' Mr
Lowell ba prepared for this event by
sending an expedition to South America
where it can be better observed.
SCAFFOLD FALLS; ONE KILLED.
feet apart. Columbia led for over three
miles and then Cornell took the lead
only to lose it to Columbia again. In
the last 100 feet' of the race, Cornell
by a tremendous smirt shot the nose of
20. While her shell into the lead and swept over
SAN FRANCISCO, June
working on a new building at Fourth 'the finish, under the irlare nf tha hlr
. i . . I .... " - o
and Natoma streets today six men were
precipitated to the ground from the
third story by the breaking of a scof
fold. Two of them will die. The others
are seriously hurti ,
The second of the two fatally inlured1
bricklayers was Inter identified as
Thomas Bennett." He died on the war
to the hospital. . , .
earchlight on the United States monitor
Arkansas, five feet ahead of Columbia.
Syracuse captured the varsity four-
oared race from Cornell. Pennsylvania
and Columbia finished third and fourth.
Time for the two miles was 10:37 1-5.
Wisconsin won the freshman eight-
oared race, Syracuse finishing second,
Pennsylvania third, Columbia fourth
MURDERER McMAHON PARDONED.
SALEM, Or., June 20. Governox
Chamberlain this morning granted a full
pardon to John McMahon, eerving life
impnsoninent for murder from Grant
county, since May 20, 1897, upon eon
dition that he remain a law-abidinsr citi
ien and abstain from the use of in
toxicating liquor. In the event of his
violation of any of these conditions he
ia to be returned.
Defense Claims, Judge Looting
STIMULANTS USED TO EXCESS
FOGS ON ATLANTIC COAST.
NEW YORK, June 26.-One of the
stickiest and most blinding nogs of the
year stretched itself along the eastern
halt of the North Atlantic from Sunday
afternoon, and continuing Monday, yes
terday and last nitrht. Tt urij in
obscurity the 'incoming trans-Atlantic
steamers, all of which will be behind to
day and tomorrow. .
Two schooners, one off Fire Island
and the other off Brighton Beach, were
rammed in the fog by steamers and
Mink.. The crews were saved.
CR0KER WINS THE IRISH DERBY.
DUBLIN, June 20. Richard Croker's
Orby, winner of the English Derby, won
the Irish Derby today. Mr. Croker's
Georgetown was second. Seven horses
and Cornell fifth. Columbia was snag
ged on a sunken log and rowed the
Inst quarter of a mile with a Waterloo-.
ged shell. Time for the two mile 9:50. J
Defense Asserts That Loying'a Mind
Was So Impared That He Was Not
Responsible When He Killed .Theodore
HOUSTON, Va., June 20. Interest in
the Loving trial lagged today. The de
fense closed after the examination of
three witnessed called to prore that
Judge Loving wag insane at the time of
tne killing. The defense assert that
Lovinff'n mind was nn Imtinim,! k tv
excessive use of stimufants, that when
his daughter told him she had been
drugged and assaulted by Theodore
Estes, he became deranged and was not
The prosecution has announced as
their first witness, Miss Annie Kidd.
who they said, would disprove Miss Lov
ing's story. Thi was objected to. The
ruling tomorrow, by Judge Bark, on the
admission of her testimony ia deemed
most important, as the ' prosecution
claims to have witnesses to disprove
every statement. !
MAG00N TO RECALL DELEGATE,
HAVANA, June 20. It is the general
belief hert today that Governor Ma goon
will recall Senor Ferrara, the secretary
of the Cuban delegation to the Hague
Peace Conference. The action is the
result of the nlnentiona tn VArrara mia.
ed by the Italian Government. The sec
retary is an Italian and is reported to
have been formerly identified with the
anarchistio movement in Italy.
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