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VOL. V,. NO. 71.
G 6 ver n
ration Officials Begin
Battle for. Freedom
Every Effort Being Put forth by
- Defense - arid : Prosecution
, .. Change pfV enue Asked for by
2. Accused, Who . Claim Cannot
Get Fair Hearing In Idaho.-!
(Special rHaeatcb to Tl Jeorasl.V
. Boise. Idaho, May 28. Notice mi
. aerved on fhe prosecution today by the
defendants' attorneys that toyr, May.
wood and Pettlbcuie must ' be present
when court opens at Caldwell tomorrow
- In addition to tho motion for a change
or venue, an effort will be made to se
cure a chance of the presiding Judge. -A
motion has been, prepared . covering
many typewritten paces, which acts out
numerous reasons why Judge Smith Is
.-disqualified from presiding at the trials.
4 It allesee that he la personally . pre
judiced agtfnet the defendants." . -"
Attorneys Richardson lJereow, Miller
--. Snd. Nugent, representing the Westtrn
" Federation officials, moved their offices
from Boiss to Caldwell today, and will
inaJntaln headquarters there until after
" the trials are concluded. .. ,
(Joarnal SneH.l aerrice.
-Ida May II. Preparations are
complete for the beginning tomorrow at
Caldwell of the legal rlaht over the trial
of Messrs. C- H. Moyer. W. , Haywood
and O. A. Petti bone. , offlclsls of the
. Western Federation of Miners, accused
the assaaalnat ion of former Governor
Frank Steonenberg at Caldwell .Decem
ber 0. " . -- --V.,-.
S Toirtewc-hT -eTpectetrtB barsr-battter
royal. Some of the best legal talent of
the west, and. in fact, of the entire
country, has been secured by those In
ter eat a in the defense, while two of
lheleadlng . attorneys otthebaj-jOf
Boise, the capital of Idaho, w11L conduct I
lite proaet-utlurc iwmr locati--attorneys,
also, will ssslet the prosecution. f
K.'f Richardson of Denver, for many
yaare law-partner of Senator -Xhoats a
M Patterson of Colorado, l to bo the
leading attorney for the defendants!
.while In alt probability his principal as
sistant will be Fred W. Miller of Spo
kane. Both these mena well-s John
the Irval -1 . I
tA.rstern Federstlon of
of which tha seonsed meh" are
nfflcXdlSvliava been -spenrtTng their time
for months peat preparing -their
and' working up evidence on behalf of
(Continued on Page Two.)
Four.Hundred Italians Mob Sicilian Girl Be
- cause No Children Have-Been . Born in
Colony. Since Her Arrival. v :
' 4; (Jeoraal Ipeelal Set flee. I
Bristol, Conn.; Msy St Witchcraft
.has coma bark after a lapse of 2I
.years, or else there are 400 badly -mis-'
taken residents of this city, constitut
ing the Italian colony.
In -th Jaet two years not a single
baby has - come to bless their homes
and the blame for it la all. credited to
witchcraft. They ' Insist ' that ' some
pell ha a been east ever tbero and they
loudly demand redress. 1 .
- rsrmenelta Mlneto, a Sicilian woman,
- who-eaen here Just two years agev bas
GETS BRONZE MEDAL
FOR SAVING A LIFE
(Jearaal 'pertnl Mrtll
Boston Msss,. May tt. Clarenes Os
borne of Winchester, only four years
old. has. been awarded a bronse medal
by the Msaaachusetls Humane society
for the heroic rescue frrnn drowning of
Ms cousin. Josephine Mullen. of -the
same age, :pl January ..' Ke Is the
youngest pen to rrci va , recognition
front: the society. - "
Cleranca was playing with- his coutln,
ment I nspector'sR
i ii .. . i . . 1 1-
t , f T "
The Steamer George W. Elder on
i : .. v v
AFTER-AWFUL FIVE DAYS'
EX I STE NCE I NT H E
After spending five- days and four
nights in the woode and underbrush of
the west banlf of Jhe TivTIIamette rive
without food or shelter, enduring cold
and rain; eelng'ena-realiilng that her
diatracted family and parties of friends
were- scourtng the? brsh-day-and-jlght
In search of her, yet crawling upon her
hands and knees through brambles to
hide- herself -fromhums neyB, Bessie
M. Bauer was discovered at the south
ern end of Rlverview cemetery.
Che was discovered in a thlcr Top
of underbruahr half starved and almost
exhausted, from hunger and exposure.
her clothes wet and torn and her body
bleeding from scratches and cuts, by a
party of schoolboys who weresesrchlrw
reriKfTA dog whlcB the-DoysTiadr with
them- enabled- thennn discover the girl
The lnila- ware. with tn ten feet of the
the- dog. which had been, nosing through
the bruxh, began to snarl and bark. The
boys pnshed through the brush and saw
. I T -
: Tries to Get Away..
Bhe Jumped up ana siiempiea wtoj
rT row thewc but stumbled ana fen
over-an old ls Tben she-waa caugnt
brthe- boys, some Df "whom-renralniBd-
with her while others ran to the house
of the cemetery sexton and to- the
watchman at tha mill oa the river. Both
been branded aa a wlteh. Tha Italians
harked back recently to the date of ber
arrival here and recalled that since that
day not one baby lias come to the col
ony, s -
A committee went to the police and
demanded the . woman's a treat as a,
witch, but ths police declined to make
the arrest." -j '
Feeling sgalnst the woman grew to
such Intensity yesterday that the Ital
ians attacked her o her way' to mass.
The police protected her then, bnt when'
ahe van ten red out again today she was
set upon-by a mob and badly stabbed.
, - . . "
and wandered on the Ice at Blacg Ball
pond. About la feet from tha shore. the
girl broke through the Ice, . Clsrenoe
caught hold of her hand aa she went
through. . He wss Unable to pull the
little girl out. but getting down on his
knees on ths cracking trs he hung to
her arm and kept her head above water,
all the while yelling for help.' Hla
mother went on the Ice and. got hold of
him. Even, then he refuxed to let go
and drag god the girt to safety.
PORTLAND,' OREGON, MONDAY- EVENING, 'MAY -
the Drydock, Showing Great Hole in
She Hung for More Than a Year.
' Party of Boys Search-
. ihg , the Country for
- Her Everywhere
were .notified and the girl was rescued.
The police and the family of. the girl
were both notified. Fred ' Bauer, a
Mother of tho girl, rowed, across the
rlver f rom hla .home and took his slstef
back to their house, where she Is now
under the care of Dr-Ae Mr Webster.
Whtle the relatives of - theyouns
omn. contend "that, she has been suf
fering from an attack of nervous de
lirium. It Is claimed by people tn-the
and the, doctor she left ihnma-wlththe
Intention of committing sdrcide. but lost
t - net liuurage; and whan heuaawilhat she
was-oelns sea rched ior-tried-tokee;
hertsir- hidden thTffirgfl fright and
shame of being discovered and ber pur
pose being learned. , '
Vnad aft Kvemlm.
was found about T o'clock In the
evening just aa the searchers were about
to give up the quest for the night.
Notwithstanding the exposure and hun
ger .she suffered, tha girl has not even
had an attack vf bad -cold, her mind is
perfectly- clear and her physician says
that "?kle from an ailment from which
she ha been SUfferrng fo some time,
she Is all right In every wsy.. - i ,
The young woman remembers every
detsll of what she did snd what hap
pened from the time she left her home
last'Tueadsy morning until she wss
found. . TO her mother and 'brother she
told In a perfectly clear and rational
manner how ahe had sat in tha brush
Tuesday afternoon and evening and seen
them sesrchlng for her. At I o'clock
that night ahe had seen some of tha
aearehers paas within 19 feet of her.
The next day and night, and every day
and night ' after that, until she -was
found, she watched the aearehers beat-
Ing the woods and dragging the river
for her. crawling upon thWr hands and
knees through the brambles and brush
to hide herself In a more Inaccessible
place when aome of lhe party happened
to get- hear her.' - .
All tbls story snd how she went with
out food and weter, drinking only once
from a- muddy pool; how she eurl1 tip
under an umbrella which shs had with
hsr snd slept ; through'tris eoid-rsltiy
nights with -only - that flimsy proteo
tion. the girl tells In perfect detail.
. .."I Jtnew. you, were searching for me," I
d itions i n Packing
! - u ' " ..." '
Her Hull , Made by Rock on ,Whici
' .f iYrrv
WO O D S
the young woman said to her brother,
"butliilmplj wanted to' hide myself
from everybody,. I. Just-wiyited- to get
awsy somewhere . where nobody could
And me. "Soma of the people passed al
most close enough for ma to.touh -them
several times t night, but I didn't want
to be found;. I wanted to Aide myself."
When asked If shs sun t frightened,
ahe replied: "No. I wasn't afraid of
When she Is asked why she wsnt u
from home snd why aha wanted to hide
herself from every one, the girl makss
some reply Irrelevant to the point.
Nothing has been gotten from her to
throw any light on the cause of her
strsnge conduct, her relatives and physl
clau declare. r ; :
Was HI forTomsTimsT"
It ia lesrned from 'the physician that
shw had been III for some time. Her
eonditton-reoently becamo such that she
wss forced to give op a good position In
a store In the city .and take a trip to
Washington. Bha seemed to improve for
a time Dut had a relapse, and returned
riomTTrTa-WOrPerstate or health than
rore. The morning after her return she
disappeared. - -
it. Is lesmed from-those who-ltn.
I U InlliwHUlu IIl-- - . -
diiious, independent glrU who always In
slated upon bearing. her share of the
burden of keeping up the household.
When she wss forced to quit work It
seemed' to prey upon her mind and she
was constsntly worrying because she
was forced to be Idle. ..When shs re
turned home In a worse state of hsalth
he seemed to be more worries! than
efver. It was In this condition snd
w hile laboring under such mental strain
that she dressed herself in heavy wool
en- olothingt took her rubbers snd um
brella and walked away from her home.
Vo artdaaoa ef Insanity.
tr. Webster 'ssys trial In talking to
her and examining her In every way ha
can detect no evidence. of mental aber
ration, ber mind being aa clear as It
could be and evidently has been aa she
remembers In perfect detsll and real
ised all that happening while ahe
was away. :. " ' " ." " . : '
'"It is the most remarkable case ; I
ever encountered, ssld the doctor.
The relatives- say Miss Bauer wss
su f ferlng from a temporary a t tack of
nervuus delirium. .'
CRUISER COLUMBIA TO
1 r PREVENT REVOLUTION
- I Jrsal gpectal Servtee.
Washington. May- 21. The erulaer
Columbia with 400 marines hss arrived
at Colon, where ahe will remain until
after. the elections are held, in order to
prevent the revolution. which la threat
ened there." . y.. . . .. t
, . 11" in.
, "The lOregonlan never, questioned tho honesty of Mr. Bourne's motives."
Oregon Ian, May. 15, ISO?. . -';. ,k ,, ,. , .V..; ,,
Oh. no. "it merely thought that he was capable ef tbe blackest treach
ery. Listen: . - .. I-"'- " '"
."There la a general demand throughout tha state that Jonathan Bourne
slisf) be retired as secretary of the Republican state committee. He cannot
be-censldered a Republican, but a Populist, and there ahould be no place
found for htm within-Hie Repnbllcsn party. It Is claimed now that Mr.
Ronme may possibly resign -before tha presidential campaign opens. Mean
while Republican headquarters remain closed. What Is demanded Is thst
Mr. Bourse be dismissed now, not next month, or next September. As tha
secretary of tha stata Republican committee he rn, ht bis efflclai 'poet-,
tion. And ample time .todo such Populist mischief aa ha msy conceive dur
ing' the weeks thst headquarter a are ostensibly rinsed and then resign with
a laugh In hla sleeve at the mischief he hss worked." Oregeeitan, July I,
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18, 1906 FOURTEEN PAGES.
ZiAfD SOLD FOR
EIGHT ARE KILLED,
OVER TWENTY HURT
IN KENTUCKY WRECK!
Iulsvllle, Msy II. K broken
flange on a Ixulvllle Naah-
X - rllle spaaaenger coach caused a
wreck this morning in wmcn. i;
lees eight Uvea were loaf and
oval TWcnty- tHTftfTW HIJHfWl.
Identifies t lor. Is dtmcult on-ac-"
count; of th ' mangled bodies.
"Right corpses are m intr monue.
9 the hospluls. The coschss JeftJ
the track and craahed Into
'. freight. The eoaohoa ware , re
duced, to kindling. ; ,
Governor Chamberlain Received
I With Enthuaraern ly People f
, ; ;of . Canta . Paaa,! Who;
. ; Promise Majority.- "
J rail iptttl serrW.J
Chamberlain, will arrive here today and
will be met by an enthusiastic crowa
at tha depot- He wm address the peo
ple of Granla Fail at ths opera, house
I LocaT Democrats and cltlxens have
anxiously swelled tne coming or me
governor .and will ' give him a grsnd
ovation. f. A number of miners have
come irf from the surrounding mines
to hear aad-aee tha state s executive-.
and tedoy ia almoet-Sr holiday-In-many
of tha camps. Borne have driven all the
way from , Wsldo. over tt miles of
mountain -roadr-tha t thev mtsht -be-at
the ' meelfhg' lonlghr Tlrcomlngof
Governor Chamberlain marks the first
real enthustsam shows In ' Josephine
county-this-campaign, : r : '' -.
Though Josephine Is a Republican
ciuntylalt llndlcatton appoint tows rdTT
large melorlty for Chsmberlsllt.
"The so-called "silent vote.' of which
I -J "".r ,
TBft - WHBfiWW
said, a prominent orsnty Pass business
man and Republlcsn yesterdsy. "will
all go to Chamberlain. Oearln and Oal-
lowy, as ths 'silent vote' Is cast by peo
ple who do their own thinking and who
know how beat to cast their ballot for
the general good of the state. I am go
ing to vote that way, and I know many
other Republicans who 1 will do like
OFFICERS ON TRIAL FOR
' (Jearaal epeelst gefvleO . ,
Norfolk. Va.. May 21. A court
martial was convened todsy with Rear
Admiral Slgsbe ss president, for rlal
of Captain Perry Garsts and Lieutenant
Commander Kdward T. Wlthsrspoon on
a charge of grounding .the battleship
Rhode lelsnd. - - -
- REPORTED IN KOREA
fJeeraal Special gervlee.t
Tokln, May' 2t.-A. Incipisnt rerplt
hss been Inaugurated- at Hongju,
Korea, . ths rebels holding the town.
Jspanese troops are en route to the
scene of the disorder. . ,
Michael Bavin Sylag.
IJonraal aoeel! Service. -
"THiblla. Ireland. -- May -" -ts.i
Pavitt has hadanother sinking spell.
It la thought he csnnot survive.
Meal - Leaf
Seed Oil Many Adulterations
(Jonraal tpeclal serrlee.) . ' .
- Chicago, May It. The report -on the
packinghouses and stock industry made
by , aovtrnmeDt"jnapectora Charles . P.
Nelll and James R. Reynolds to Presi
dent Roosevelt contains startling and
sensational exposures of the unsanitary
conditions prevslllng In Chicago plant
operated by tha trust and goes into .de
tails concerning the habitual sale' of
unclean and contaminated meate. The
report consists of notes and affidavits
of employes and patrons. Many of the
most shocking statements are backed
by- aflldavltSj '
Tha report states that "lard la made
from bogs that have died of cholera."
And that. the. oil .from hogs dying In
transit la used for "sardine oil" ,and
sold aa such throughout the. world.
Tha unsanitary conditions at the pack
ing-houses are described as frightful and
revolting.- Refuse Is sold Ss meet In
both America and Europe. Meat re
jected in Europe is treated with chemi
cals and sold In America. . ' .
Lump Jaw cattle are butchered with
out inspection while hogs afflicted with
SENATOR GEARIN REPORTS
FAVORING PEHSIDH BIL
. 1- '
IndiarL War Veterans Will Get an
Increase Upon Passage pf
- the" Measure." "u.
(Joeraal tsedal tar rice.) - '
Ja sh I n at on. May 21. Senator Oearln
reported favorably today before the com
mittee on pensions the bill incressing
thepenslons of Indlanwar veterans
from-tt toi a months The measure
will affect 1.000 penalonera tinder the
acta of July. 1MJ, and June, 1 to 1.
8anatorrnlton-has Introduced bill
I providing that persona who have, pur
chased T.ma(lirareartatIon lands shallf
be given patents tnereto upon submit-
only for grsslng. - . -.
The bill wss Introduced at
the' re -
quest of Oregon people.-
People 1 urn Cripriinals After- Losing I Heart
Which Is Declared
: (Jennie I Ipertal eerVcs.!. -
New Tork, Msy St. A simple method
of abolishing vice and crime In New
TorK and . other . large - cities Is an
nounced by Professor Alexander Halg.
distinguished Kngllsh physiologist
snd physician, to the Metropolitan hos
pital In London.: - - . ---.
Criminal classes, according to him.
sre recruited from the pauper classes.
who, sfter they "lose heart, become un
employable and degenerate Into chrome
loafers, beggars or thieves. This thing
of loslnr heart," Professor Ilalg says.
Is not a mere sentimental-or emotionai
KILLED IN SAME VAY
AS BURGLAR HE SHOT
1 . (Jeareat AseeUI aerelee.
Pittsburg. Pa, May 2t. Haunted at-
mowT-rorseryeere by the face of a man
killed while prowling around Ms howee.
Archibald Duff. One of tha wealthiest
and most prominent men In Clslvton.
suburb of this city, hss met death
st the hands of Ms son-in-law, ,L A.
Fiurd. exsctly In the same place and
fj .riper. 1
l " killed Michael Burke, who w
- f 'r a burglar,-on Noven-'-r
CENTS.., . 2? ."i"! JKS1 ,
Hogs Which Die
Lard Is Cotton
trlchonosta are butchered and sold In)
the count ryi-----"-v v, ;!,.
80 .called "potted chicken" la not
chicken st all, but la composed of the
fleetr Of "bob vest;""
"Leaf lard," advertlaed and exploited -for
Its purity, contains 20 per cent of
cottonseed oil, " v . 1, ; '...
One concern hss a chemist to perfect
a process for deodorising decayed hams;
meat In all the packing plants la doc
tored with borax and othsr dangerous
chemicals, after 1 having been spoiled?
dangerous chemicals are also used for
"smoked meats' .. -. : t
Many of the employee suffer from 1
tuberculosis snd ars unclean In their
work and habits. They expectorate on
the meet walk pver"tt and-drag It over
filthy. floors. . ' . " '
The report recommends that the build
ings be remodeled In order te obtain .
better, ventilation and more light: that
I amplt facilities ahould be provided for
empmyve iar enuugn (nnuTtu 1 rum n '
rooms 1rl vwhlchr meavt - la 4 prepared t
prevent contamination,' and -that -there
should be lavatories "to insure personal .
cleanliness.- - .. '. .
LIVEO FOR KIE COriTHS
WITItBROXEILK EC K
Injured Man Finally Passes Away
After Several Futile Surgi
. . cal Operations.' .....
New York, May ft. After living nln
nrotrths wIUi complete paralyslr of tho
body from the neck down, owing to' avr
fracture of his seventh cervical verte
bra. William Kessler, Ii years old, died,
yesterday Jn Bel le vue bospltat--.
Ill case was one of "the" most remark
able tha surgeons In Bellevue have evee
known. Kessler was operated on asv
eral times, snd wea m wwbject of. eon.
tinned ' interest ' to apeclahsts. Opers-
lions fcceeda4 In knitting h broken
rerfebrs. butloaucha wsy thst tn'
1 pressure on the spinal cord was nof re
lieved and death finally ensued from
1 complete" degeneration of' the - nerroua)
to Be Due to In
state of tha mind, bnt ht an acuta phye.
leal degeneration of heart, due to In.
sufficient nourishment.: Pro feasor Ha 14
says: : r ''..-..-'-
"Following malnutrition the '"heart
probably falls and dilates, and Is per
haps never again able to keep up the
sama blood pressure, produce the same
muscular nutrition and the " former
strength of muscle end nerve or wilt
power. No doubt if such a person were
carefully .dieted and rested for month
he would return to a normal or approx
imately normal condition. Mny poor
peopiev however.'practtcany never have
this chance." .
II. ItAt.' Since the affair
grieved over the unfortur-'
Hiirke. for whir he w
Silly not blamable. ae1 I
slo'p, 1 It waa hta h-
up from bed and t
atxrted for a wlk .
w heard hv l.urt
pecting bunc:ara. - 1
htllwy, w a f .
faiBll)- wounJ-l L , (
r rs I -.