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THE OREGON SUNDAY JOURNAL. PORTLAND, SUNDAY-MORNINO ; JUNE 2, 1007.
MULTITUDE OF LAWYERS
BREAKS HAYWOOD DOWN
IF YOU WAXT TO KNOW WHAT SMARTLY
DIIESSED MEK WILL WEAK THIS SEASON
ASK BEN SELLING
i Attorneys Jealousy Injur
I ing Case of Accused Fed
eration Official. '
I COUESE ADDS TEEEOB
Many 1 Circumstances " Combine to
.', : Break Health of .Defendant, AI
. though II Is Expected In Court
' Monday Morning. '
- :bt Hugh O'Nem
l (Special CommlMloner for Denver Post
i- Boise,' Idaho. June 1. Tomorrow and
tomorrow . and tomorrow . creepa on Its
dreary pace fromday to day and tha
; daya bring everything to Bolae but the
" real beginning1 .of the Haywood trial
1 The town Jla very beautiful with lta wide
apreadlng tree, and , green lawna ana
the people go about tbelr daily-rork
unmindful of the city full of corres-
pondenta and .the Issues . of the , trial
,', that aeema fated never to begin.
Yestardav n nil felt that tha think
I -S had all come ao far to sea and hear
swwea, really going to open up at laet
- Ten of the 12 Jurymen had been era-
. panelled; there waa only one peremp
': tory left and we were all confident that
- tha Jury would be filled by at leaat
I o'clock today and the trial opened on
Monday morning.- And then came word
C that the court would not alt today at
, all because Haywood waa 111 ' At
V o'clock In tha morning he had been
: aeUed with severe abdominal' pains and
' before the phyalclana arrived all crlea
could be beard out on the court lawn.
1 He waa ,' auf faring, the medical men
' aald later.: from a toxemlo condition, of
tha intestinal traet and a auffualon of
blood to the head, but common people
,- would call It bllloua headache Alao
' we were told the attack had been In-
duced'by lack of eierclaa and mental
r ,r Kaywood XU Friday,
.,' Haywood certainly did not look as
well on Friday aa he did -when court
adjourned laat Monday for the getting
; of the new venire. Hie face waa whiter,
hie carriage- waa not so- bouyant He
waa depressed.' 'When he read lettere
: or documents In' the court room hi a
hand aometlmea ahook quit visibly and
- - - hla lawyers have not been happy -together.
It la not auggeated that there
, haa been-any open quarrel. -;
There have probably been no tbrVate
" of realgnatlon or Withdrawal. . But
faetoua Snlrlt undeniably exists and
the team work,' both In and out of the
court room, haa never once approached
that of Hawley and Borah of the proae-
cutlon. The organization of the proae-
cutlon-4-prfeoC The organisation of
tha defenaa at times seams to be about
aa bad aa it could be Haywood aa a
matter of . fact la auf faring from too
many attoroeya and aome of them have
vivid convlctlona about tha ability arid
method of the other Two itan of
tha name magnitude cannot occupy the
same orbit and Darr'ow and Rlchardon
are -working hard to preaerve toward
Aflh.tbe an attitude of "friendly no-
trality,- - -
. 4i'V, JTuganr la'.Kainatay.:..;'.
' Edgar Wilson, who waa added to the
defenaa at the laat moment becauae of
hi poaltiOn in Boise aa a a tab la and
conservative citizen .of, aome wealth and
high standing, waa not in court Friday
or Saturday and the only lawyer of the
defenaa who la. familiar with the pro
cedure of thl court I John Nugent
Neither Darrow nor Richardson haa ever
apparently taken the trouble to learn
the statutory form for challenging Ju
ror for direct bias or Implied bias and
In that matter Nugent ha bad invar
iably to come to tbelr rescue.
The fifteenth lawyer sen, to help'
the defense, Peter Breen of Butte.
Montana can scarcely do anything other
than make matter worse. . Ha is being
paid by the Butte Miners' union and it
la aald that he was sent for to recon
cUe the contending factions of the de
fense. - But Mr. Breen hasnot borne any
great reputation- for reconciliation. He
ia a fighting Irishman all over. Florid,
nuggetty and restless he sat In court
today when It waa being adjourned
until 11 o'clock on Monday, looking as
though he wanted to Jump into tha fray
and show the rest of them the 'only
real . way to light thle case. He la tha
kind of a man to reconcile a. row by
ezpedltioualy knocking half the fighters
on the , heads. And the several unique
brand of aoclallst here who have
severally and - very loudly proclaimed
theraaelve the only . true friends and
ucionuers or naywooa nave aaaea noi
a little to his trouble. ;.
' ; Vrleonnr sTtnales taw.
Then again Haywood has been taking
a course in law on the "correspondence"
plan. He haa' already-paased hla first
"examination." Ho alao haa been tak
ing an active part In the conduct of
hi defense and the old law booka aay
that 'IA man w-o 1 hi own lawyer
haa a fool for a client' ao that taking
on ining wun anothar It is easy enough
to understand Haywood's temporary col
lapse., c - r ,, -. ., .,;,. .
Fifteen lawyers contending for tha de
fensa of a man -who is himself "a aort
of a lawyer," would be excellent ma
terial for a farce comedy but It la con
ceivably not tha best way to take car
of the-interest of a man on trial for
ma lire.- All me time, in a quit im
pressive way, the force of tha troe-
cuuon nave oeen closing In their line
without a hitch or. a mistake. Hawley
naa oeen working on the evidence, Borah
nas oeen working on the law.. In the
court room Hawley "take care" of
Richardson and Borah "take care" of
Darrow. There is no Jealousy what
aver between them.. Tbelr attitude to
tne cae and to counsel for the defena
ia strictly Impersonal. , , -
Ho iore xvost.
Defending counsel on the other hand
do - certainl not love each other like
brothera should, and they have alao
mane some : notable mistake. ' They
have in court spoken indiscreetly ' of
reaiaenc Kooseveit. They have sneered
at Governor Gooding. They have of
fended the eusceptlbilltie of luror re
garding tha truthfulneaa and reliability
of tha two Boise dally papers, both of
wnicn are -excellently conducted, and
one of which haa assisted materially In
me growin- ox ma atata or idano, "
They are estimable gentlemen and
sound lawyers, but there are o many
or-tnem that they have become "an em
barrassment of riches" for Haywood.
He need . Just . now "saving from hla
friends." There is no earthly use for
aa many or them. There la no shadow
of doubt at all but that ha will get an
abaolutely fair trial.. The court haa al
lowed the defense the widest liberty.
Tha people of the city sbow the great-
eat indifference a to his guilt or inno
cence. They are making It a aort of
civio pride matter that these three ao
cused men should be treated -with every
consideration and get nothing bat an
absolutely fair trial.
Haywood, being presumably Innocent
suffering Just now . more from his
professional and -unprofessional friend
tnan rrom tne metnods or tne prosecu
tion. He alept nearly all day today, and
in tha afternoon, when the effects of
tha - morphine admlntatered thl morn
ing had worn off, he had some toast and
coffee. There aeems now no reaaon
why he should not be quite well enough
to appear In court on Monday and let
tha Jury-be completed, but the tomor
rows of this case are best left to them
selves. " , ;M .v..-- :S; , ' - ' -.' V - i v ;'V .' : '
Well Known Case Will Be Called for Trial in Washing
ton June 11 Local Freight Eatcs In
. ? j volved in- Decisipn. ;
The Oregon A Washington Lumber
Manufacturers' association haa filed lta
' petition In intervention ia the ault
3 brought by tha lumber association of
i Washington before the interstate Com
merce commission a Washington, D. C,
pularly known aa the "Portland Gate
way caae." . '- ' - -'
The cave will be called for" trial in
Washington on June 11. The Washing
ton lumbermen will be there In force,
and the Oregon association will be rep
reaented by Mr. Buchner, Mr. Dixon and
other members, and by 3. N. Teal as
counsel. .'. 1-'v--. ' ;'-;'' ;'-'''
.Briefly, it is a suit brought by the
Washington lumber associations not
only to put in the same rate on lumbrt
from Sound points, via - Portland to
point In Idaho, Utah, Wyoming, Colo
rado, Kansas and Nebraska aa : from
Oregon points, but ru compel the Oregon
Railroad & Navigation company, , the
Oregon & California Railroad, company
and j their connection to;,-j establish
through routes an Joint Tas with the
northern roads, aa well a tofumlsh
equipment for the Washington products..
The Oregon lumbermen object to thl
being done on several grounds. They,
assert tha congestion on the Oregon
road 1 wqrse now than on the north
ern roada, that they are getting less
cars than their northern neighbors, that
they have a greater stock of lumber on
hand, and to turn a4 great flood of
freight this way when the roads can't
handlathe local offerings in the terri-f
tory they were built to serve would b
not only, folly, but unjuat to the Ore
gon mlllsv- . i
, - For more than a year there has been
both car ahortage and congestion, and
a the northern: roada are now furnish
ing all the car the;- have,: of which
Oregon get none, the only possible re
ault if anything' . were accomnlished.
would be ta take car Which ought to
be m ust here, and for which there la
an enormous demand, and give them to
Washington mill, who are now getting
more man tne muis or m state.
Beside this, all the Washington mills
can now reach thl territory by the
northern roads, aiid at the same rate
paldv from Oregon.' But, they are pot
aattafied with this, but want to get still
another outlet, without any regard aa
to tne errect on their neighbors.
It is apparent the disadvantage ' the
Oregon mills will labor under It. this
should be done. It would not only af
reet mem, nut a:i business interests, a
lumbering is one of our state's greatest
Industries. Inatwd r of lea car, wa
want more. :hfi- f-; :-.'U:., -;-; ..;'-; .
All the railroads directly concerned
are against the proposed acbeme, and It
will be fought to a finish. In view of
the situation respecting lack of - ears
and other facilities in fhis state and the
utter inability of the roads to handle
the local traffic it is not a matter for
surprise that not. only the lumbermen
but all shippers view with alarm this
attempt to still further aggravate what
is now a bad situation. .
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YOUR SPRING SUIT
IF BOUGHT HERE WILL HAVE BEEN
DESIGNED BY ARTISTS
TAILORED BY EXPERTS
1 It will cost you no more than the
ordinary suit bought elsewhere,
and you will Have the satisfaction
of knowing that you are properly attired.
OUR JUVENILE APPARLL
Made with the same care and
attention to detail as the men's.
m . r a w l.
AT WORK IN SHERMAN
He Claims to Influence the.
.Clouds at an Incredi
ble Distance. ;
CHE3IICAL PEOCESS IS
WBOUGHT IN SECEET
He Charms the Nimbus First Into
Being and Then Into Jarring
Loose Pluvially Points to a Long
Record of Achievement.
iLAMATH FALLS IS
1 JTS OWN CAENEGIE
8peclal Dlipatra to The JonrnnU
- ! Klamath Palis, Or., Jun 1. Klamath
rails haa now a public library building,
, rewarding- the efforts of the1 energetic
- women of ,the city. 'Major Charles B.
Worden has bought v of the Methodist
l congregation its church building and
donated It to tire use of a public library.
The county Judge , has granted permls-
' aion to place the building on a corner of
the courthouse yard and the women
raised , tha money necessary to place the
building where it now atands. It iWill
, be renovated and wilL not only greaUy
add to the appearance of the corner but
Will -count greatly: In the ; Intellectual
. advancement 0 Klamath Falls. '
Listen to the birds and try to be as
. care free and happy, as they appear
to be. - v .
i .; : Six Klamath Graduates. 1 . ,
' (Speelal DUpatcb to The Jonrsal.)
Klamath Tails. Or., June 1. This has
been commencement week here. " Six
young people of the city and oounty
have graduated, Thl county .can well
boast of it School and .many a new
comer decide to settle her after learn
ing of the school advantages to be bad.
The graduates are Lue Q. Leonard,
Florence Boorey, Luclle Cox, F. E. Wil
son, - Roy Applegate and Augustus O.
Bonney , .
Foundry at Klamath Falls;
' -.(Special Dlnpateb- to The Jsnrnal.) ;
. Klamath Fails, Or., June 1. Klamath
Fall' la to have a machine'' shop and
foundry, which wilt be established by
A. Berry and J. 8. Peck, of.Aator)a.
Heretofore it ha been necessary to send
to Ashland when new castings were re-
HhmUI SIsMtch te The JoeraaL)
Moro, Or., June 1. The ralnmaking
fArta nf Rainmaker tiatneia nava
not ao far been rewarded with the de
sired response from Jupiter nuvrus.
Wednesday and Thursday were hotter
than usual at this season, the temper
tur mounting to 80 degrees. Tester-
day, the day on which rain was pre
dicted, was cloudy and cool. Rain fell
at Knt. only SO miles' south of here,
Today haa been cool and pleaaant. There
Is alight cloudiness . loiugut, uui im
i not exoected. However. Mr. Hat-
eld remains absolutely unruffled and,
sustained by his recant achievement,
facea tha future with most perfect con
fidence. ' ' -"; '"
HATFIELD AT WORK.
From Two Towers He Vibrates Air
'v and Draws Clouds,: l,: .
; (Special Dtapateh te The looratt)
" Wasco. Or., June 1. Hatfield, the
celebrated rainmaker from Loa Angeles,
arrived In Sherman county May SB and
Immediately proceeded to "And- a high
elevation. He selected a point on Gor
don ridara and erected two ' towers 25
feet high. These are built of common
lumber, the corner pieces being by 4
timbers, braced with J by 4 stuff. About
live feet from the top of the towers are
temoorary floors surrounded ,wlth can
vas walls, which reach to the top. The
tops are ?ptlrely exposed. . Within these
lnclosures are conceaiea Hameias mo
dus operandL His apparatus partially
consists of electrical contrivances and
225 trays containing ehemlcala. The
former are In constant motion, throw
ing out vibrations Into the atmosphere.
These vibrations attract the . clouds
from a distance of 300 miles. When
condensed' these precipitate rain. The
area over which the storm continues
ana its duration depend upon the air
currents and their prevailing direction.
After active operations are begun' it la
usually from 24 to 4 S hours, and never
mora tnan nve days, before rain falls.
Hatfield is a very pleaaant and Inter
esting young man, and although no vis
itors are admitted to his towers or al
lowed to pry into the secrets of his
wonderful discovery, he very graciously
receives them and .is very willing to ex
plain and give Information. He has de
voted nine years to the study and de
velopment or his present methods. His
nrst experiment was conducted at St
Helena, California,, and was successful.
as were 42 others following, he claims.
The work of the young scientist is
attracting world-wide attention. Last
year he was sent for by the , Alaska
miners, there being a scarcity of water
for sluicing. , He came 4o ' Sherman
county under contract, guaranteeing to
produce six lnche of rain between May
28 and July 25. For seven years past
statistics show that the maximum rain
fall during this period haa been less
tnan on inch. '
All Sherman county Is watching the
experiment, - a a copious rainfall will
assure abundant crops and double the
price or iana. .,, . - .
Judge Littlefield of Moro. who la now
In Portland, says of Hatfield, the raln-
maaer, mat ne naa neen for three year
in aoutnern uaiirornia, where in a re
gion formerly dry abundant rain ha
been secured. Before that he furnished
rain for a dry-Tegion In Alaska, the
sum necessary having been sunnlled bv
the miners. The region that he, expects
io in inula now in snerman county nas
a radiua oz 76 miles, rrom Moro aa a
Judge Littlefield In Qlacussina- th
interesting experiment says Hatfield Is
often asked why ho: does not charga
a targe sum lor nui seryices if be is
able to do such remarkable thlna-. ' His
answer is that he Is making these test
of his methods and apparatus-with a
view to obtaining the recognition of the
United States government, and that if
he succeeds his invention . will, be of
large value, to the government v
COURAGEOUS WOMAN HUNTS '
FOR GOLD IN. DEATH VALLEY
(Journal fipeelal SerrfoO
Los Angeles. June 1. With her hair
bleached white by desert heat and al
kali and almost reduced to a wreck by
suffering through ;lack of foodUand
water, the most courageous woman
prospector developed by the ; present
mining excitement has reached . Saa
Bernardino. She is ? Mrs. Helen ti
Quigley, and come from Utah. Nearly
three months ago she left-Bullfrog and
nurf nr renaira were ta be mnrin .to
machinery. The outlook Is most excel ) has since been seeking treasure where
lent for the. new enterprise. ".---',',' ICsw men have dared to go,, making in
hazardous trip from the head of Death
Valley. ' v
- For six-weeks she saw no living per
son, ths only evidence of former pros
pectors who .had braved, the waste. b-Ing-
found in occasional human skele
tons. . For two days sh : urged her
horse and pack mule through blistering
heat with but half a canteen of water
to drink and little to eat, and- on day
she passed in a lonely cave, fearful to
fa fxi while the sun beat down. In the
unferal range aha was stricken with;
Mrs. Evelyn Eaue Abandbns
Husband to Come West
With Worthless Lover
(Hearst ew by tengMt teased Wire.)
Cody, Wyo., June" J. The sacrifices
of love are forever new. Giving up her
beautiful home, the luxuries of wealth
and the social leadership that these
things involve, Mrs. Evelyn Raue, young
and beautiful, wife of a prominent pny-
slolan of Philadelphia, has taken up her
residence on a secluded -Wyoming ranch.
in the hope of winning from tha allure
ments of drink a young society man or
eaual prominence In the east
About one month ago ooordon Mas
se, son or uenarai ueorge v. Aiaasey,
chief counsel for the Pennsylvania rail
road, disappeared from cover, JUeia
ware. He waa JO years old. a college
man. and well-known in the fast set of
several eastern cities. He bad a beau
tiful wlf and three children in Dover.
A short time after hla disappearance
Mrs. Raue also disappeared from her
Philadelphia home. There was nine days'
a-ossiD. and the event naa not ceaaea
to be talked of.
Striking Blonde Appears.
It now develops that young Maasey
souaht an opportunity to cure himself
of the drink habit far from nis xormer
associates, , On Sam Aldrlch s "Duae
ranch, near. Cody. A few days after
his arrival he discharged the valet who
had accompanied him, and the next day
Mrs. Raue appeared oa the acene.
Her arrival created a sensation. Btie
la a very handsome and vlvacloua blonde
and her gowns were several seasons In
advance of ranch style. The way in
which she proceeded to take car of
young Massey added to the surprise that
her visit inspired, xney movea to a
more secluded ranch on Tall creek, five
mile from. Cody, and set up house
keeping. -. -
vhen Mrs. Raue came to cody, Maa
sey celebrated the event by buying un-
limited '. champagne ror everybody be
couU find to drink with him. The re
suit was the attempt at isolation which
waa made the next day.
'I will see thl through if it costs
me my life," she said. "From tha
world's point of view there is nothing
In this for me but - ruin, .put It 1 can
save Mr. Massey from-the ruin that
threatens him It will be compensation
enough." - ' - i - : '- "
fever, but .was found by miners In .the
nick of time and nursed through weeks
of delirium. '- : . - . . v-.-
Mrs. Qulgley prospected thoroughly
and loeated a ledge which she believes
will make a fortune, bringing rich sam
ples with her. 8he will at once retrace
her steps and last night went to Inde
pendence to outfit tor tne return trip.
Some of her ore shows-fabulous values.
and she believes .the entire ; ledge will
go 250 a ton.
Mullcer to Be Salem's Orator. .
- (Special DUpatcb t The Journal.) f
Salem, Or June 1. B. F. Mulkey of
Ashland will be tha i orator - at the
Fourth of July celebration here. He is
favorite with Salem people and will be
given a cordial welcome.-
He's Beenffercf; WhoisHe?
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