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? THE plWoN "' bAlLY JOURNAi; PORTLAND. FRIDAY feVXinilfl.' HAY ST. -l::7.
'. (Continue' from TK9 One.)
; . niU on the Jury thai they mlftrht aWe
! their votea to railroad tbe three "mar-
z'.trnp. o( thl 'conaplraejrr'V .;
:-"'-,t- '-',v Vopylac Soaabr jur.
Even some, of tha attorney of" tha
defense' wer aombra In thatr forebod
' tns of the daaperata and dactardly
-spirit of the tew. 'They ara doln
.' what they can to kep a solemn fa-se
on It otlll; tt masnirie th vast diffi
culty of their tak, jBut t does pot go
' now quite aa well as It did. In fact,
to do them Justice, they -are dropping
,'', tt themaelvea .
, ' N A Jury would have been achieved from
'. tha f irat venire If the defense had not
driven man after man away by search-
' S John Nugeiit.. . ;-: ,-; I
' 1n( cross examination that not arm
Bolomon could hare withstood, but
when tha aecond venire waa empaneled.
tha new Jurors, by diligent readlns; of
' tha , newspaper roporta. had crow a
' "wise and evaded service by jnoet das-
,-terously- misrepresenting their own
characters. Two days' experience with
that aecond - venire proved clearly
- enoufh that tha men Of Boise and Ada
; 'county 'had no feellna; whatever a-ainst
Moyer and Pettlbone and Haywood. ; It
made It evident that "conspiracy" to
railroad thaaa three men . waa a legal
fiction. Invented In the interest , of
' largwr1 feea or tha wild Imagining of
i. eastern enthusiast . , . -, ... ; .
... . veniremen MfM. '-"""'
.Bat this third venire of 1 Just eom
v -plated try Sheriff Hodcln baa (one on
: better i than aha aecond. - Tha second
.' Mad to- erst- off ; these 1 men of the
third have fourht to keep- off. It ha
bean tha sheriffs deputies and not the
. ofend.nta who have faced danger In
0 ,Ad county, s Tb weather haa been
very'. warm and aomewhat dusty and
' ,mj6m aouaty . Is. extensive and the jest
rCenf jof Ads county are strong of arm
,ji iaatyv Ana, tney nave mi anown a
' vivid determination to fight,, rtitv hide
or do - almost anything to eecape the
warrant, summoning them. - to jury
' Barrio. . .. -s : . .- - ' ... ' 1
, ', - On deputy earn noma grinning and
' bandaged, the bandage being quick re
pair' mad necessary by the assault of
V farmer's shOveL ' Tb other deputies
('suffered lea severely, but every one of
: them, came home worn out and des
? perate. Truly tha people of Ada county
'. v ara taking a novel ' way of ; showing
: their hatred of these accused men. -',
-. Oonapiraoy Tendors aUttev. .'. .
Yesterday the vendora of this Idaho
. conspiracy" etory were mad still
- mors bitter. They looked upon the ar
. , rest of the Socialist Duncan as sn
' event that would show' the brutality of
the authorities. - ' . '
', i Duncan I a fool, of course, but a fool
kind. And the several branda of So
cialists her looked forward for some
thing very dreadful to scream over in
the treatment of Dunce n. - But. bless
you. they were sadly disappointed. In
stead of putting him In chains or fan
ning him out of town. Chief Franela of
Boise Just petted and coaaetted Duncan
Ilk soma child who had lost Its mamma.
' Shriek for Yeageaaoe.
- And, to, now It Is the different brand
of Socialists who ar - shrieking for
vengeance upon Duncan. For the Brat
time in Boise they - ar unanlmona.
They want to put down Du nee n. One
of them, demanded that he be examined
by a lunacy commission. Another
cries that if he Is set free the lives of
Socialists will be in danger. - - Another
walk the streets yearning far life Im
prisonment of Duncan.. They bare
grown almoat bloodthirsty about the
poor loon. . But dear. Indifferent J3ole
thinks Duncan 1 Juat a fool, who has
converted himself Into a little araenal,
and Boise doesn't car.
And It might Juat as wall b said
her and now In plain English that
Moyer. Pettlbone and Haywood are in
no. danger of an unfair trial from any
county of Idaho, and from Ada county
leaat of all. - If the legal methods of
securtBg"3ury-wef - lesr antiquated
and hypothetical you could pick up any
IS men of Idaho tomorrow and they
would give these men a fair,' square
deal. They might,, perhapa, vote to take
Harry Orchard's admission of hie own
guilt' for granted and hang him out of
hand; but they certainly are showing no
animosity and. little Interest In these
Western f ederation officials.
The vaat sum spent In securing these
14 counsel for the defense has been so
much money thrown sway." n the sup
position -that-they r-Innocent, It Is a
fact that John Nugent t alon could
bav cleared them.
1 STagent Xs BoameV Xwye. ;
' tittle has ' been said In the paper
about Nugent. He la a man without a
"shop window. He understands the
men of thla state a Richardson and
Darrow do not Hi 1 familiar with the
forma and practice of the - courts of
Idaho and they ar not He Is very
downright and upright, too and blunt
and bonssti a sound lawyer and a plain
Ainarlcaa.-who could successfully de-
lend any innocent men befor any
American Jury, and befor a Jury of
Idaho especially. There are no frills
about him. Ha Isn't In th least pic
turesque. B doaan't know much about
Tears, ago h went to Australia and
worked In Coolgardl aa a mining en
gineer in th day whan that mining
camp waa hell with tha lid on. , He
would fight this case to a finish, and
fight It 41k a man. And If h war
beaten ha would take bis beating like
a man, too. But he sits Just now a si
lent spectator to this unfolding drama
and hi votes is only heard In court
when hs comes to the rescue of hi
brother counsel, who ar Ignorant of Its
forma. ' But he Impresses ua more and
more every day as ths stllL strong man
Of tha defense, - whoa battle ax will
com swinging Into th fray If aver
It comes to th fight of a forlorn bop.
. . Twenty Jfleafl XUneas. ' . : ;
At noon today w haven't ' touched
th skirts of tragedy yet, or even melo
drama. It' Juat pure fare. - And. if
another venire has 10 be sought. It Is
not th prisoner, th men pf A,dj onti
will be wanting to hang,. but the depu
ties ot nnerur j-toaxin.
Thla morning out of tl veniremen
summoned. IS of them filed uo to t.ie
Judge's desk asking to bl excuaed from
Jury service. They were luaty men and
hearty to look at, but appearance be
come deceptive in Botse - since 'the
trial began. . ' Beeauae they war.
on man In assuring tha court of their
decrepit condition. To begin with.-they
were all deef. They asserted In loud
and eager toaea, that they were unable
to hear any ordinary tones. - But they
heard acutely every word tha court or
counsel aald. When the deaf plea failed
one man r.fter another In the remain
der of th J developed a new plea. .
. AB Xa Old Mothers.
"Though th nlsht be dark and the
wind cold." Borah whispered to Hawley,
"remember -ou have still another," and
tha reluctant venireman remembered. '
They told th court that they all had
mothera, poor old mothers, auoh dear
old mothera, sick old mothera, ailing
with an automatic gun, and a) carving
knife and a pair of sneakers, and a
bunch of skeleton keys In a gunny sack,
might be awkward. I think I know
how Chler Qrltamacher , of ro'tianoijj ot wlth th. urt. Tb, g.af
would, handle an apparition of thatr,,, Tbe dutiful sons grinned and
t and needing so badly their
eons summoned by ths brutal deputy
tor that venire. It sounded for all the
or Id iika a recital of .on of W.'W.
Jacobs -Thames waterside atones. But
forgot the dear old mothers they had In
vented. " .'.I'' ' '
Th crowd in tb courtroom laughed
aloud. , It- was funny. Oood Lord de
liver ua, but It waa funny, and William)
D. Haywood sat lounging in hla chair,
large and. thoughtful, with hi wife and
daughter beside him, looking a though
tbey were .the apeotatora In th aid
bpxee of a theatre.
If the ahadow of a gallows was thar
In that room,' it wa a vague shadow.
Haywood alone refrained from laughing.
Th cheerful polish seems to be wear
ing off of him. His step Is no so light
aa It was.
Haywood I Wonrlsd.
' Th worn lines ars deepening In hla
face. Veniremen lie and spectators
lauah. and the lack ef formality and
brevity and legal, methods developa
farce only too often, but there la clear
lr no humor In It for Haywood. Even
the appearance .'Of tha veniremen who
hid in a haystack and bad to be dug out
with a pitchfork by a. deputy, had no
joke in it lor Haywood.
.And when th first venireman. Rich'
ardson, who was called to the Jury aeat,
announced that hx-waa born In "ths
land of honest men and bonnle lassies"
everybody laughed by Haywood. Th
showsnfgh - fanny fos-the- Jdl pub
lie, but it la not funny for him. Only
when tha defense exercised Its seoonJ
laat peremptory and excused Harmon
Cox did Havwood amtia at au. Harmon
Cox waa DarroW failure. Instead of
admitting defeat on Monday .whan ne
tried to remove Cog for cease, a being
biased, ' Darrow commenced pleading
with th prosecution to consent to his
removal from tha Jury. The prosecu
tion naturally refused that, and Darrow
took hi darcat badly.
But when a peremptory was "wasted
on Cox thla morning Haywood smiled.
Then th smils vanished aa on venire
men followed another in a point-blank
assertion that they , had formed an un
Qualified opinion In the case and war
unable to do luetic to th defendant,
Haywood, and there la no us predict
ing w will get a Jury from this present
venire of 1 men.
Th court will sit today and tomor
row morning, arternoon ana nigni in
the effort to exhaust thl venire
quickly, and aa, at th tlm of writing,
each aide, ha on peremptory left.
there Is TusrTohafic nhar-ths lurrt
may be filled by tomorrow, and th case
opened on, Monday. ui it in oniy a
PLANTED VINES WHILE
we-'. r '
But Nov ths Crag Dutchman. Sells
Pavld'a Hill for 8 man
" Jam rally tonight. Burnsld Oraad.
DTJNKARDS WILL BE -IN
TOWN FQB TWO DAYS
. Dunkarda, homeward bound from th
lata Lo Angeles convention, who were
delayed by. the burning of a bridge In
the Slskyoua, are due to arrive In Port
land between 4 and o'clock thla after
noon. - The Dunkarda will remain In
Portland two daya They will take a
trolley ride over th city late thla aft
ernoon. Tomorrow they will make a
trip up the Columbia to Cascade locka.
The visitors will leave for Seattle Sunt
day. ' Th delegation la In charge of
Gordon O. Noble, southeastern passen
ger agent for the Lehigh road, and sec
retary of the American Aaaoclatlon of
Traveling .Paeaenger agenta.
'1-V i"rTvL nlim that tha ttart
is' sperimhg'a longer time in Portland,
than In other Cttiee of the northweet.
Mr,. Oordoa waa a delegate to Portland
from the agent' association In 0
during th expoaitjon. 'ftMfi
(tpeeJal Msaeteb TV Joerestl -Forest
Orov. May . F. W. David,
th pioneer vineyardiat of. Washington
county, who ha mad win and con
ducted hla farm on tha hill bearing hi
nam for th past 0 year, has Juat sold
his place to Grant Bailey or ceniervuie.
California, for If. eft. . ;
Mr. David came her la 1179 from
California and got th place for almost
a aong. At that tlm everrbofly oooieo
and scoffed at th idea of tilling auch
land and called David "the craay Dutch
man" But be had Implicit faith In th
oil and has reaped rich fruit, a the
result of bl labor and wladom. To
day David la worth thousands of dollar
while many who scoffed at him ar still
working for paltry wages.
No better location in th whole atate
can be found for prune and grape
than David's H11L . And several bav
followed th load of Mr. David. The
win, produced at Router's on th hill
has won medals at tha Pans exposition.
Buffalo, Charleston, St. Lout and Chl-
Petersons and Holahlre . have . been
hipped all over th ' country
ceived th very highest prices on th
. While Mr. David will move from th
hlU to his llttls farm near Forest Qrov
David's HlU w4 never be known by
any other name. People coming to thl
city have been greatly Impressed with
the. scenic beauty of th surrounding
country and David's. Hill has been one
of the leading beauty spot to leave it
Impress upon ths pilgrim's mind. - Th
nam will probably be always associated
wiui in place.
(Continued from" Pag On.)
roat KUs the Sana Bally.;. , :
Tonight, East Burnalde Grand av.
EPILEPTIC GIRL IN
RAGE KILLS SISTER
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VinMonr. R. f . IfaA . I1R11
Doman, aged 10, of Grand Fork, B. C.r
who Is an epileptic subject and auffera
from ta of excitement and passion.
killed her l-y ear-old aiater Emma yes
terday when, aa tha result of a dispute
In the kitchen, Bella took up a piece
of stovewood and . threw It at ' Emma,
striking her under the left car.' Death
naued within flv mlnutea. Mrs. Do
man and two. other daughters were In
the house at the tlmo of the. tragedy.
Strong and Vigo
I i Forty-eight Years M
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tMR, EMERT SOUTHWICK.
Mr. and Mrs. -. Emery S.
Southwick, of Woonsocket, R
I., have been married ,48 years,
and are still hale and hearty,
and owe theirold age and vigor
to Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey.
Mr. Southwick wrote on Sept
10th, 1906: ;
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"I deem it sufficient to say that
I have used Duffy's Malt Whiskey
and have" received marked benefit
from it. If I live till the 10th of
October I will complete my T2 years
and I guess I shall. I have been
married 48 years arid .my wife and
' I both owe bur health and vigor to
your Malt Whiskey.? . .
Mr.' and Mrs. Southwick are like
many thousands of men and Vvomen
throughout the United States who
owe their Vigor, strength and long
life to the. great Tonic Stimulant
and Renewer of Youth, Duffy'i Pure
Malt .Whiskey, and join in extolling
its merits.- 'c'-. Li--.'-
I an abaolutely cure, rentle and- invle-nrati. ain.i.i.t ti kiM tha mm
f 11. Pwi to ltim or? trsngth and elaatlclty to th muscles and richness to the blood.
tissue, tones up ths heart.
It brings into setlon all '
,""'"" ii-meafo onwuon peirect and enables you to get from tbe fojd you eat th nourishment It contains.
It Is invaluable for overworked men, delicate women and elckly children, aa It la a food already digested. It strength
tT U. r-m, Is a promoter of good health and longevity, mekee the old young and keeps tbe young strong. Duffy's ,
Iur Matt Whlekey Is reongnlaed aa a medicine everywhere, r Thla la a guarantee. v , .
C field by all gragglsta, grocer aaddealera, ar dtreet, is Mated bottle oalyi nevsr ia balk. Frio ft. taslet on the
aaiae aad see, that the "Old CaemlsV' tradeaark Is ea th la tel. Sews el toglled bottle aad syartoa malt
aaaker jab:4taes offers, for sals by umiikia taiim. wm mm.i kuhi mu mat itiiu.
Waled Medical bo kief aa ooT advise fie. JTsJty JlmU Wbtoaa Oa .. , M. T.
th detective for suspecting Collins of
th holdup and murder Is ths fact that
ha anawer fn. detail th description
furntahed by Motorman HulL In addi
tion, ho was found ia possession of a
light blu silk handkerchief,, such as
was used aa a mask by the murderous
highwayman. Collin la unable to ex
plain where he was afiar p. m. on
Monday and has been In th habit dur
Ing th past week of not retiring until
tbe early hours of ths morning. ;
The statement published that a Colt's
automatic IS -caliber revolver was found
in possession of Conlns and that he had
a wound on the head where Hull claim
to have struck tb footpad with a rook.
according to tb police ar untrue.
Collins was subjected to a sever
"sweating" after his arrest and again
thla morning, but admitted nothing that
Implicated - hire ' in th crime. Collin
Is exceedingly nervous and trembled vio
lently when examined by the detectives.
His - statements . aa to ills movement
while in Portland and about ilia oast
ar Vague and uncertain and h appears
anxloua to evade throwing any tight on
his past history, .... 4,. ',. . ,
According to Patrol Driver Grave a.
Collin made a practice of - aleeping
during ' th day and remaining away
from his rooms th greater portion of
th night. He ha beea ia thla city
since January and elalms to havs been
employed aa a concrete, worker. 'That
he has not been steadily employed la
testified to by a man who roomed with
him for three weeks, during which tlma
it la aald that Collins did not do any
manual labor. .:-. : .
.. Inspector Bruin aad Captain (Hover,
accompanied by. Patrol Driver - Graves
visited Colllna' room laat night during
ths absence of the supposed bandit and
mads a careful search for a weapon.
Nothing but a pair of overalla, a ahirt
and -a. pair of shoes were found In the
apartment and the offloer then decided
to await Colllna return.-
About ll:4i p. m. h put In an ap
pearance and waa promptly plaoed un
der arrest. The prisoner mad no at
tempt at resistance and' teadlly ac
companied th detective to headquar
ters. Upon Interrogation he stated
that h was In the United States navy
for four years and waa dlacharged In
September, im. He declared that he
was a native ot Massachusetts, but
from two letters from a woman found
in hia room It haa bean stabllehed that
hi horn 1 In Auburn, Maine. . From
tha tenor of th communication it 1
Inferred that Collin was compelled to
leave the New England Stat owing to
some serious trouble. v -
When questioned 'thl morning ty In
spector Bruin a to his - movements
Monday night, Colllna stated that dur
ing ths sady.parl of tha evening be
was In the company of one Duffy, a
former shipmate, and visited several sa
loons In the north end. From t p. m.
until h retired; which waa about I a.
m., Collin la unable to remember where
he spent his time. He oannot give tha
address f elngle saloon which hs
entered' of th Hemes of any persons he
met In hi drinking bout. Th prleoner,
however, atate that shortly after
o'clock ha entrusted IS to some bar
tender for aafe keeping but cannot glv
ths location of ths resort . where the
man la employed. . . '
B. U Hull, th wounded motorman,
will endeavor to Identify Collins as ths
bandit today, - , , i
It ia aald that Conins pawned sev
eral article In on of th Third street
second hand stores but when asked to
glv th location of th place the aus
pect pleaded Ignorance. It Is a theory
of th police that if , they have th
right man In custody, h undoubtedly
disposed of his revolver to a pawn
broker. Asearch Is being made today
of all-tha pawnahopa In th. lower, and
of town. ; . , .
Chief Orltsmacher ha had printed
several hundred circulars offering II,-
00 reward for the arrest of the mur
derer of Conductor Nevlu. which will
be mailed to- every police department
in tha United Bute and Canada. yTh
description of the bandit as given by
Motorman Hull, the history of the erlm
and the description, and number of th
automatic -Colts revolver taken from
an expressman on May II, at Front and
Everett street, by - two highwaymen,
supposed to have been th street car
robbers, are the main features embodied
In th circular, -
GRAVES DECORATED -
AT THE DALLES
Th Dalle. May 11. Memorial day
wa observed In thl city aa a general
holiday. A large nomber ef eltlsen
spnt a portion of th day at th eera
etery decorating tha grares of relatives
and friends. - At 10 o'clock th O. A. 1L,
numbering IT veteran of th dvll war,
formed at their hall and followed by
member of th W. R. C proceeded to
th Odd Fellow' cemetery, cortd by
Tha Dallas band and a guard ef honor of
Company- D, O. N. O. 100181 mualc
waa furnlehed by the - Congregational
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Waist Suits for . . vl Wcclc
: Women's $30.00 Suits $13.85
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' It isn't much itself; but it
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of common materials.
- Toe freest lelefae eer moif If f 4al
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Ia th mattr of fancy stock It I
doubtful If any eountr In Ore son eaa
beat Benton In eompetltlT exhibits.
savs ths CorvaUl Times. Benton farm
era .ar roerlv and , have) been
Imprevtae; tbU herds for a lone Use attorney this aXtaraoea te swear M aa
woman thatoa war of making sure of
Mttinsr IT ret' 1 ware a, is to bav hlia
eat to th roekpU en a oharge of fall
Ins; te support and the county will pay
ber ILI0 for each dar he la there. Th
little woman believed that thla would
be a beneficial metnod arter navlnc
been deserted three time, and said aha
would, are ta the of nee sf th district
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I JACOB'SCUSTOM SHIRT PARLOnSl
Is the most popular place in the city these days of summer
heat. The man seeking a cool summer shirt knows he can
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Phone Main 1087 . 291 Stark St, Bet. Fourth and Fifth
Information aralnat her huaband. 1
Mrs. Urst does not want 'i divorce
now. Bhe says she prefers to let him
go to th rockpll for a tlm. -end if
he reforms while there aha will for
(1v him and taks lilm back aaln. If
th rockpll do no aood, then ah will
sk rallei la U dlveree eeark
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Vrsl Is tl yeara eld and Mrs. Ural
II.' They were married It rears ao
In Italy, when Mre, Ural, then. Maria
Aleeal, waa a la rue-eyed maiden of 17.
They llv at III Sheridan atreet.
1 it Davla, II on ballot, stand for -Jt:
food saorala aad deoeaay.