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TIIe OREGON SUNDAY JOURNAL, PORTLAND, SUNDAY MORNING., NOVEMBER 18, 1903
HARRY THAIV WILL RIVAL
n f ' : " 1 ; t V
Hi" J&M I? M L' ih -,n, ,ji I i ,ir
Both ; StdesArar-Prpard for
Long, Keenly-Fought and
Thrilling Legal Battle.
SIFTING OF JURORS ... ,
' WILL TAKE A WEEK
December '.' Will Witness Beginning
of TrU Defense Wffl Bo the Un
written Lw Clothed a Insanity
by WUe Men of the Law.
' (Spatial Dlapatch by Laaead Wtre to The Journal)
'v. New fork. Nov. 17. It Is anticipated
that the trial of Harry Kendall Thaw
for the murder of Stanford White will
') more than rtval the sensational develop-
. mente of the faraoua Stokee-Flsk
' tragedy, which centered about the eap-
tivatlng Jessie Mansfield.
Both sldee are prepared for the Strug
1 gle. The . legal battle will ' be long.
keenly, fought and thrilling.
But agalnat the tmmenae weight Of
the etate'e direct evidence, the aad and
'terrible atery of Evelyn Neablt Thaw
on the wttnese stand la expected - by
! Thaw's lawyers to be potent enough In
Itself to aave her huaband'a life.
Byagreemei between the 'oouhsel for
' Thaw and the dlatrlct attorney the caae
will be rn11"'! fru-fnrtTtfrfoTditrQoff In
-"""h 'ourl ofeeneraI" session
first Monday In December and it will
. .'have to be finished and the verdict
rendered before the and "Of the month,
which marks the retirement of the re
, eorder from the rtmlnel court
Counsel Are legal Giants. ,
' t The dlstrtot attorney-a office and the
7 counaal for Thaw, after months of
. preparation, have declared themselves
k ready. for the call to battle and only
some unforeseen circumstance of great
Importance can disarrange the schedule.
Dlatrlct Attorney Jerome and hla as
, elatant Francis P. Oarvan, who haa con
. ducted the preliminary Investigation,
will represent the state.
The interests of Thaw will be guard-
ed by Dolphin Michael. Delmaa, famoua
as a special Jury pleader on the Paclflo
coast; Clifford H. Hartrldge, upon
... whom . baa fallen the burden ef per-
feet lug the detalla of the defense;
David T. Watson, the Thaw family law-
yar John B. Gleaaon, Russell Peabody
end former District Attorneys Gana and
. Xselln. J'
While there has been much dlscue-
aion and Interest In the selection of
the actual trial lawyers to represent
' Thaw, and several prominent names
1 have been mentioned. It would not be
surprising If Mr. Hartrldge. who la
reputed never to have lost a criminal
' ease, would assume the responsibility
of conducting the defense, with the
arrssr of associate counsel behind him.
' Great Task te Oct a Jury.
. Tbaw Is charged with killing Stan-
Cord White deliberately, with premedl-
fetation and malice aforethought, -en the
y-. tut of June 36,. on the root or Mam
. .. eon Square Garden. ...
. It is contended by the district attor
. ney that the evidence which will be
' presented to the jury will warrant the
j. ' finding of a verdict of guilty of mur-
der In the first degree, fie punishment
; xor wnicn. is aeatn. - .
Owing to the belief that It will be
' 1 difficult to ' select an unbiased Jury,
. Jerome w)U move this week belure Judge
O Sullivan for the drawing of a special
- . already been partially examined by the
sheriff and, have declared they have no
TOiivciviuiuu scruples ajfajnsi casual
It is anticipated by Mr.? Jerome- -and
, lawyer Hartrldge that it wlU be dif
' fleulr to find an - intelligent talesman
. who has not, read about the Thaw
- t White tragedy and formed an opinion
- iv in, auiii ur inniwfaci Vi iosw.
The sifting of Jurors may lake a week.
etata's Case Oatliaed.
- ' . The case, as it will be presented by
. the district attorney, is simple end will
. i be pressed under these general heads
. The killing; the premeditation the no-
,uve for the crime. . .
Forty-eight wltneeaee have been ex.
, amlned in the district attorney's office,
jSuad moat of these, including clubmen.
. xnen-about-town, private detectives,
- .actresses and eherue girls, will testlfv
,ln support ef the general plan outlined
. , v utv wainn iionnyt -
. , . The etate'e case, so far as it bears
-. .upon the development ef the tragedy,
.beglne with the dinner in the Cafe
.Martin, early in the evening of June
. Zb. at which were present Harry Thaw,
- .Kvelyn Nesblt Tbaw, Truxton Beele and
-.Thomae MoCaleb, chums of Thaw-. -
, Wha Xappeaed at That Sinner.
' Mr. Beale and Mr, MoCaleb, it la ex
pected, will throw a clear light on the
inciaenis wnicn Immediately preceded
the tragedy. It will be shown by theee
witnesses mat axtsr the dinner party,
given by Thaw, had been In session for
some time Stanford White entered the
Cafe Martin and took a aeat at a table
'Hear by. Thaw'e back - was ... toward
- White, and Mre. Thaw faced him.
Shortly after the eppearance of White,
It will be teetlfled. Evelyn.Nesblt Thaw
became deeply agitated, and trembled
... so that she could not hold a fork in her
hand. Thaw noticed her perturbed etate
when he returned- to the table after
speaking to a friend and inquired what
the matter. . .
Wltneeaee will teetlfy that aha made
no reply, but when she regained her
composure wrote on slip of paper fur
nished by a waiter: "That brute is
1 here." - -r
' Th,w. 7" sreatir excited, so much
so that, it will be shewn, he left the
restaurant without his hat and had to
return for It' Me did not appear te look
-larder entered Xia Jleart men.
It la contended by Jerome that Thaw,'
In the Cafe Martin, determined to kill
Stanford White that very night
To aave the' prisoaer'e life the deep
est secrete of Thaw and Evelyn Neeblt
Thaw will be given to the world; -
I -And m one could . be- more bravely
willing to saerlnre herself upon the
altar of her wifely affection than Svelyn
Keabit-Thaw, who has brought the only
Joy. and sunshine to Thew s cell since
hie confinement in the Tombs.
Every detail or the defense has been
carefully guarded, but It Is believed In
the district attorney's office that Justi
fication end. Insanity will be the pleas
offered. . ..
The Justification plea will be set up
by Thaw at his trial on his own respon
sibility. , ,.,
' Insanity Only peal Defense.
Insanity will be the plea of the wise
men In the law, who know that the "un
written - law,'-- which - la the. hope - of
Thaw,, has no place In . the penal code
or the rules of evidence in this stats.
Thaw has been humored by hie law
yers as the easiest way to avoid a sim
ilar, outbreak to the one which led htm
to dismiss. Black, Olcott iber and
Bonynge - as counsel after they had
practically perfected the defense of in
sanity, becked up by the opinion of
the moat noted experts in New Vork
State. - -
He is anxious te be A witness He
bag -astoxy.that. a wants to -tell in
court the story which led him to re
mark as he looked at the dead body or
White on the roof garden floor;
This Is the " TOan wtur-Tutned mr
wanta to tell the story of how
White pursued Evelyn Nesblt and
mnde her life fearful to her. , .
That Thaw A. abundance of reason
to kill White will be shown after the
opening addresses of his lawyer to the
Jury, when it will be claimed that Thaw
was not mentally responsible for the
killing ef White. The doors will be
opened wide, not to show that Thaw
was Justified in killing White, but to
demonstrate te the 'Jury the circum
stances which, his lawyers believe, de
throned Thaw's reason and made him
an uncontrollable maniac on the. night
or june io.
White Was atanle rig-re.
White, it will be shown, was the
shadow in Thaw's Ufa and every time
Thaw looked at hla nervous, beautiful
wife White's big figure was in the
background and taunting him.. That is
the etsnd of ths defence.
In the line ef proof it will be ehown
that Thaw wee mentally weak from
earliest childhood, but eccentricities
which have brought misery on Thaw's
home, covering a period of many years,
will be set before the Jury to ehow that
the mind ef Thaw was fit for ths de
velopment of the homicidal tendency.
The disposition to insanity in certain
branches In the Thaw family will be
offered in evidence for what it Is worth
in sustaining the general proposition
that Thaw la Insane.
. The hounding of . White by Thaw
through detectives and others will be
trrged by -the defense ss showing the
unnatural lent of his mental operations,
in contradistinction to ths contention
of ths district attorney.
Mrs. William Thaw, who is reported
to have said in London, when she was
Informed of the tragedy, "Harry is
crasy; I have- been expecting ' some
thing like this." it Is understood,' will
be called aa 41 witness to describe the
many Incidents is the life of Thaw
as ahe knows them, Indicative of mental
, .' -Ii in 1 ii.i. t ' SS ,. 11 i mmmyl-..-.
Many alienists wlU be called by both
SOUTHERN JDAHO EUT i
I to4tt Plant rint!nBJ!i iff mtinrr
If Btorm Comes Operators
. Say Railways to Blame.
Boise, Idaho, Nov. 17. The coal situ
atlon In southwestern Idaho Is getting
alarming. Not to xcer hslf the sun-
ply necessary Is being received for the
deny need In moderate weather. Should
a storm come there - would - be much
euTiermg in every town or this sec
' At Welser the lectrlc light plant has
neen ciosea down for lack of fuel and
the town Is In darknesa. .
Boise dealers refuse to sell more than
500 pounds to sny one customer, and
even this amount is not delivered If the
drlvsr finds the customer has that much
of S supply on hand.
' The mine operators etate they are not
getting half enough cars to carry their
output and that the railroads ere re
sponsible for the fuel famine.
TWO STATES WANT
THIS IDAHO CONVICT
Boise, Ida., Nov.. 17. Mark Gilliam
chief turnkey ef the Washington peni
tentiary at Wajla Walla, la here today
with a requisition for Rucker Rogers,
alias Henry Miller, who escaped from
that Institution several years sgo.
Rogers is serving a four years' term
In the Idaho penitentiary for burglary,
which., will expire November 10. He
was originally sentenced to three years.
but escaped and was given an extra
year when captared. .
. Rogers Is also wanted In Nevada and
would bsve been taken to that etate
.had not Officer Gilliam presented hie
requisition today ahead of that of the
Nevada eherlff. ,
And not until then can you realise theaecuraey and thor
oughness of good optical work, more especially ours.
It haa appealed to thousands, and the list is still
growing by leaps end bounds. -
o-Baey JBy elaes KonaUage are the most practical
on the market by far. ' .
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Hisfi - Speed Washing
Exactly as pictured. Itwllwash atub 9t.
clothes in five to eix minutes with perfect
ease. A child can operate it Will not tear or
wear out the finest lsces or fabrics. Machine
reverses automatically does not"" wind
clothee into a bard knot Cover closes down
perfectly tight so ss to keep the steam In the
tub. This Is . cheaper than these machines
have ever been eold, and as we have but a
few, you must not blame us If you come too
- . 1
MISSION COUCH $45
"oTTTknoir from " sad experi
, ence that yon . can't do . good
baking If one part of your
-oven Is hotter than another.
And In most oast steel ranges
the1, oven Is not heated ' unt
' formly. The east steel frames
must be bolted, because they
are toe brittle te stand rivet
ing.' ' Then the seams axe filled ,
with stove putty.
. - v. ' H,1
A few heatings and coolings !
. and the cast steel expands and -'
contracts, ths bolts loosen and '
the putty falls out, leaving an
open crack to euck in outside
air and cause the fire te burn
. unevenly ,;
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It contains (St recipes, many of them new. all simple, easy to make and Inexpensive.
Has prsotica! menus for the whole year and many valuable hints on diet and marketing.
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idee and the even are riveted
to asslleabU steel frames ex
tending all through the range,
making tight, solid Joints with
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.. Then' the duplex draft leU
air Ih at both ends ef the fire
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production, .which . means en
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There. is no stove putt- used
In a Monarch range, -
5 1.00 a VVccuys a MonarchRonge
Made from quartered oak In weathered flnlah. - An
exact reproduction of .that quaint eimple style so
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Cheval Mirror $22.50 NAPOLEON BEDS
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Made of selected hardwood, with white
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thsn half the number of steps In preparing a
meal if you own one of t)s)se esblnets. - ,
m Rayo Suaiight Airtight
There Is nothing that gives that
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rubbed down to a piano polish, has
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less than S3, .
Brussels R.ngs SI. 10
Ton know ths kind, with the
low bead and footboard, grace
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'. f och s comfort to
ere th bottom of your
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tisnrs Jut rlfbt; and
thra tea air of treanra
H 'JioUwoftt 4--sJnad-jnsJgMr-seVjtolden
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This Morris Chair is not to be compared with
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' beautifully quarter-eawed and highly polished.
I The frame Is massive and has handsomely
- carved claw feet Back can be adjusted to any
position; ths cuslons are reversible and come
In assorted velours: has full spring. seat
Morris Chairs as low as .............. f 12.60
: Owing to the unprece
dented demand for this
The best lamp Heater, the tl pattern Is all
sold out. and we are snar
ing In Us plaoe the regular
tl else, It haa a heavy
east-steel too and bottom.
improved Body le made from ths beat
burner, quality of rolled steel, with
household : use
you can - b u y.
Equipped w 1 1 h
pictured above M
Dull - with a
Ux9 Inrhoa sa4
la a fiiiMPter of
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17x54 Inches, In a. variety of pretty
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Bureaus, chiffoniers andTUSuBl wrtc,-would eost you at least
ng tables to matoh. , tl.7t. While they last. .....f 1.10
Orange Bowl 25c
11 Inches In diameter.
Oives b r 1 g b f an extra heavy lining to
ateady light at protect the outside body,
lowest cost. Mads Footralls. panels and legs
of brass through- are nickel-plated. - . '
out and nickel- We have the finest line
mated. Safe and ef Heaters In the city. -
Extra-heavy ndhr e a 1 s f act ryrATmsArHeate-esf'
to distinguish from real Every lamp war- cast top ana xronc s).u.
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Coal and '
iwiiK m mm
CCUSTESS ANNA MAY WED
"BROWH OF HARVARD"
Pktsburg - Paper Prints L. An
nouncement of Engagement
(Bneelal nianatcb by Leased Wirt to The trant at)
Pittsburg, Nov. 17. According to tne
Pittsburg Leader, a sensational after
noon sheet ' published here, the C!om
tesa de CasteUanowho has been granted
a divorce from her husband in Paris,
will shortly be married to Henry Wood
ruff, the actor, who la starring this sea
son In "Brown of Harvard."
Ttrn Leader merely makes J the an
nouncement that the couple will be
married, then devotes ' a. column of
spare to the romance ef -Mr. Woodruff
and, the daughter of Jay Gould, whir h
la so well " remembered Ty" newspaper
readers. - ,
It is a well-known faet that Wood
ruff has relatives In Pittsburg, and It
la said that these relatives have re
ceived word from Woodruff that he
trill marry the countess as soon as she
reaches thle country. -
Tufther-itmnthtg rumor, thre Is no
other foundation for the story. None
of Woodruffs relatives could be founJ
to eon f I rm the rumor, Woodruff
created oulte a sensation here-about a
month ago when on Halloween he pro
tested with an officer who was arrest
ing a negress. He waa so Inalstent- in
hla proteste that he waa finally arrested
himself and fined by a police -magistrate.
GERALD LOWTHER MAY
(ftfrial rHapatrb b lasr4 Wire te The JmtrsalV
Washington, Nov. IT. pne of the in
teresting suggestion as to the probable
successor to British Ambassador Blr
Mortimer Dtirand here la Mr. Gerald
Lowthery formerly of the embassy here
and now minister to Tangier. Mr. Low
ther married an Amertran girl. Miss
Alice lilyth, daughter of Atherton Blyth
of New York. Newport and Paris, and
the eldest sister of Miss Evelyn Blyth,
wlinii msrrlnge to Msplon A. Sandl took
place at Newport leat summer.
.Among the American women who
now preslds ever-the homes of foreign
representatives In Washington are the
Baroness Von Sternberg, wife of tbe
German ambassador, who was Miss Lily
Langham; Mme. Jusserend wife of the
French ambassador, who was Miss
Richards of Boe ton; the Baroness Mon
cheur, who was Miss Clayton, daughter
of the former ambassador to Mexico,
end -Mra - Powell Clayton and Mme.
Pastor, wife of the Bpaniab charge
d'affaires, who was Miss Constance Lee
FLOOD REPAIRS DUE
IN EASTERN OREGON
(Srv-ctnl patpatdi. te Tke loareel.1
Pendleton, On. Nov. 17. The town of
Milton haa been In darkness all the
week, due to the faet that the ditch
carrying water from the -Walla Walla
river to the Electric oompany'e flume Is
filled with debris caused by the heavy
rains. Tbe water Is now completely
Considerable repair work win be nee
eseary on the bridge about Milton as a
result of ths flood. -
I PeadUton- andL soma other points will
not auffer financially, but there will be
delay of levte repairs snd street pav
ing for some time. .. :
SECRETARY TAFT GETS
BACK ON THEJJQ
WE ARE CONTRACTORS AND
BUILDERS OF BRIDGES "DENTAL"
; THAT, ONCE PLACED IN POSITION
' v WON'T WASH OUT OR WEAR OUT
IsWetal Dtenatefe br teased Wire to The Jearasll
Washington, Nov. IT. Secretary of
Wsi Taf W aeeompanled - by Genersla
Humphreys and : Bsrry - returned - to
Washington today after making the
Inepection of proposed army poets in
the west and eoutbweet . He expressed
himself as pleased witn nis ooserva-
Mr. Taft will leave here tomorrow for
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at 14 UOMMXMOM ST.
acannfacturlng Jawsler ai
' dh. a a wrioht
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This particular branch of our profession Is of the greatest importance, as a
bungling dentist can cause you no end of trouble.
. When desired, we make porcelain fillings, now ' very popular with
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. All modern work, performed by modern dentists, assisted by modern de
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moo in or ttin ov wn futb tt, V
u t or mn 01 ainsii mra n.
DR. B E WRIGHT,
14IU WAS-JTOTOsT ITUIT, OOaUTEm ZTZbTTbT.
Ht-rat s.- at w ,. ss.. T:S te : . nut fcadaysi Vkeae Haia tlls..
Elvn Ymart In Portland.
new i or, rrom intra ne win go ioi,
New Haven to attend a meeting of the
Talerxorporatlon."" The war department!
Is evidently psylng little attention to
the reports which are arriving ef Im
pending trouble in CjtbaihrougkJhejiU
legsd -tr rachtmtlona of negre malcon
tents." . -j;-- -
It Is reported that also one cause
of trouble le the rumor that It le pro
posed to hold the elections In Cuba In
December instead of June. The officials
here declare that they know of no such
course, and on the contrary regard it
aa Impossible that the elections should
be held nnder the law sny earlier than
Jane. ' "
SOUTHERN OREGON MAN
GETS RICH IN NEVADA
(Ipaetal Dispatch te The Joeroil.) t
Grants Pass, Or., Nov IT. One of
those who have made a fortune In Ne
vada during the pest few months le C
C. Hlgglns, formerly of thle city. Mr,
Hlggtne waa manager and superintend
ent of the a Baby mine, near Grants
Paast'two years. He resigned hie po
sition io go to Nevada. He located
clalme at tbe new camps of Fall-view ,
and Wonder. Ills "Billy ths Kid'.' claim
STEINBACfl & DREDER
Are Fond of Ibe Classics .
I ss-wsssesae-s. ill . '
Steinbach & Dreher Will Be
Ocard in Portland -
at Wonder was recently sold for t0,00,
and hla Fairfield claim for 110,000. Be
atdesthe casK eonelderetlon, he was
also given 100,000 shares ot stock la
each company that made the purchase,
snd this stock Is now crawling toward
the dollar mark, both .mines .hating
proved Immensely rlob, ,
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