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-TK3 OKEGOII ' SUNDAY JOURNAL. PORTLAND, SUNDAY MORNINCU; JUNE 2, 1S07.
MULTITUDE OP LAVlYEHS
IF YOU "WANT TO KNOTT "WHAT GUXLTL
DRESSED MEN WIIX WEAIt TUI3 GHACC1
BREAKS HAYWOOD DOWN
, ',: ;. , ' -Minsk bjeuaULMU 'v- r".rr
?i Attorneys' Jealousy In j ur-
' wg Cas8 of Accused Fed
' COUESE ADDS TEEEOB
Many Circumstances " Combine to
Break Health - of .Defendant, Al
; though Ho la Expected la Court
Monday Morning. 7
-By Hugh O'Neill.
(Special Commissioner tor Denver Post
and Oregon Journal.)
Boise, Idaho. J una 1. Tomorrow and
tomorrow and "tomorrow . creep oa Its
dreary paca from ""day to day and th
daya bring- everything to Bolaa but the
real beginning-, of the Haywood trial.
The town very beautiful with Ita wtds
spreading trees and , green lawna and
the people go about' tbelr dallywork
unmindful of the otty full of corres
pondents and , the laauaa . of the . trial
that seem a fated never to begin.
Yeatardav -mm. nil fait ' the tha think'
had all come so tar to aea and hear
X"wu really going to open up at last.
i en or me 12 jurymen naa seen em'
4-panelled; there was only one peremp
tory left and wa ware all confident that
the Jury would bo filled by at leaat
v t o'clock today and the trial opened on
: Monday morning. And then came word
f that the court would not alt today at
V all because' Haywood was 11L ' At
V o'clock -in the morning ha had been
seised with severe abdominal' pain and
before the physicians arrived his criea
could be heard out on tha court lawn.
" Ha waa auf ferlng, tha medical men
said later, from a tozemle condition of
the Intestinal tract and a auf fusion of
,-" blood to tha head, but common people
would call It bilious headache. Also
- we were told the attack had been in-
. dueed ' by lack of exercise and mental
-k anxiety. ' . . ; ,
' aTaywoog uj Friday. "
Haywood certainly did not look as
well on - Friday aa ha did: .when court
adjourned last Monday for tha yetting
' of tha new venire. Hla face waa whiter,
. his carriage- waa not- so bouyant He
-;- waa depressed. ' When he read letters
jj '-or documents In' tha court room his
f hand sometimes shook quit Visibly and
hla lawyers have not been happy -to
.-' aether. .It la not suggested that there
has beer any open quarrel. -.- ".--
j There have probably been no threat
; of resignation or Withdrawal. . But a
, - factoua spirit undeniably exists and
-j tha team work, both In and out of the
. court room, haa never onoe approached
. J, that of Hawley and Borah of the proee
, -" ration. The organisation1 of tha prose
cution ta perfect. The organisation of
the defense at times seems to be about
aa bad aa It could be Haywood aa a
matter of . fact is suffering from too
many attorneys and some of them have
vivid convictions about tha ability and
methods of the otnerm. Two star of
thai same magnitude cannot occupy the
same orbit and Darrow and Richardson
are working hard to preserve towards
Aeh other an ottltude of Jf rlendly net,
t ralfty.- ..;". - - .--v V; '
V: ' XTnrent' la' xtalntas. 'v i.
defense at Xhe last moment because of
Mi position In Boise as a stable and
' conservative cltisen .of 1 soma wealth and
high, Standing, was not In court Friday
or Saturday and the only lawyer of tha
defense who Is. familiar with the pro
cedure of this court la John Nugent.
Neither Darrow nor Richardson haa aver
apparently taken the trouble to learn
the statutory form -for challenging Ju
-Well KnowiCase Will Be Called for Trial in Wasliing
- ton June ll Local Freight Bates In-,;;;.
o jf ' volved in- Decision. ; - i y 1
The - OrsEon Waahlns-ton Lumber
Manufacturers' aasoclstlon haa filed 1U
petition In Intervention In the ault
brought by tha lumber associations of
Washington before the Interstate com-
merce commission nuninimii, u.
Jejespuiarly known as the -PortUnd Oate-
The cake will be called for trial in
; Washington on June 11. The Washing
, ton lumbermen will bo there In force.
and the Oregon association will be rep
; ressnted by Mr. Buchner, Mr. Dixon and
, other members, and by t. N. Teal a
counsel. . - .
I -Briefly, It is a suit brought by the
' Washington lumber - associations hot
only to put In the same rata on lumber
... from Bound points. -ria Portland to
. points in Idaho, Uuh, Wyoming, Colo-
rado. , Kansss and Nebraska ' as from
Oregon points, but to compel the Oregon
Railroad Navigation company, tha
Oregon A California Railroad, company
and . their connections to establish
r through routes ara Joint Tts with the
; northern roada, as well a ,tofurnlh
'. equipment for the Washington products
Ths Oregon lumbermen object to this
being done on several grounds. They
' assert the congestion on . the. Oregon
roads Is worse now than on ths north
" ern roads, that they are getting less
'. cars than their northern neighbors, that
. they have a greater stock of lumber on
U hand, and to turn a great flood of
freight this way when the roada can't
handlaythe local offerings in tne tern-
1 ITS OWN CARNEGIE
, . , ipeclal Manatee, te The tearml.l
' Klamath Falls, Or., June 1. Klamath
Falls haa how a public library building,
rewarding the effort of th energetic
women of the city. Major Charles B.
W'orden haa bought of the Methodist
congregation Its church building and
donated It to tha use of a public library.
Th county Judge has granted permis
sion to place the building on a corner of
the courthouse yard and ths women
raised the money neoeeeary to plaee the
building where it now stands. It will
be renovated and will, not only greatly
add to the appearance of the corner but
will count greatly In the . Intellectual
advancement b Klamath Falla.
Listen to the birds and try to be aa
enre free and happy, aa they, appear
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rors for direct bias or implied bias and
In that matter Nugent haa bad invar
iably to coma to their rescue.
The fifteenth lawyer sen, to "help"
the defense, Peter Breea of Butte.
Montana can scarcely do anything other
than make matter worse. He la being
paid by the Butta Miners' union and It
is said that he waa sent for to reoon
clle the contending factions of the de
fense. But Mr. Brecn has'hot borne any
great reputation- for reconciliation. He
la a fighting Irishman all over. ' Florid.
nuggetty and reatleaa ho sat In court
today when It waa being adjourned
until 11 o'clock on Monday, looking as
though he wanted to Jump Into the fray
and show the rest - of them the 'only
real .way to fight this case. He 1 tha
kind of a m-.n to reconcile a row by
expeditiously knocking half the fighters
on the. heads. And the several unique
brands of : socialist here who have
severally and - very loudly proclaimed
themselves . the only . true friends and
defenders of Haywood have added not
a little to his troubles. - .
rteoa todies low. . ., .
- Then again Haywood has been taklnc
a course in law en the "correspondence"
plan. He haa-already passed his Brat
"examination." He also haa been tak
ing an active part In - the conduct of
nia defense and the old law books say
that 'tA man WjO is hla own lawyer
has fool for a client" so that takl ne
ons thing with another It m easy enough
to understand Haywood's temporary col
lapse., -j. . .... , r
Fifteen lawyers contending for tha da.
fense of a man who la himself "a sort
of a lawyer." would bo excellent ma
terial for a farce comedy but It Is con
ceivably -not tha best way to take care
of the- Interests of a man on trial for
hla life.- All .too lima, In a quite Im
pressive way. the forces of the nrose-
cution have been closing In their Unss
without a hitch or a mistake. Hawley
haa been working on tha evidence, Borah
nas oeea worsing oa ths law., in the
court room Hawley takes car" of
Richardson and Borah "takes care" of
Darrow. There la no Jealousy wbat
ever between them. . Tbelr atutuda to
the case and &o counsel for tha defense
la strictly impersonal.
ao Soto XjOs. ,; '-:
Defendlnar counsel m the other ta.f
do certalnl not love each other like
brothera should, and they have also
made some : notable mistakes. 1 Thar
have In court spoken Indiscreetly of
President Roosevelt. Thev hava sneered
at Governor Gooding. They -have of
fended the susceptibilities of Jurors re
garding the truthfulness and reliability
of tha two Boise dally papers, both of
which are -excellently conducted, and
one of which has assisted materially la
uio irpwin- 01 m state 01 xaano, -
'- They are estimable, aentlemen . and
sound lawyers, but there are so many
of them that they have become "an em.
barrassment of riches" for Haywood.
Ha needs. Just. now .'saving- from- hla
friends." There la no earthly use for
so many of them. There la no shadow
of doubt at all but that ha will ret an
absolutely fair trial.. The court haa al
lowed the defense the widest liberty.
The people of the city show the great
est Indifference as to his guilt or Inno
cence. They are making. It a sort of
el vie pride matter that these three ac
cused men should be treated -with every
consideration and get nothing but an
absolutely fair trial. - .
Haywood, being presumably innocent.
is suffering Just now . more from his
professional and .unprofessional friends
than from the methods of ths prosecu
tion. . tie aiept -nearly all day today, and
In the afternoon, when the effects of
the morphine administered this morn-
Ins; had worn off, ho had some toaat and
coffee. . There seems now no reason
why he should not bo quite ''well enough
to appear In-court on Monday and let
the Jury-be completed, but the tomor
rows of this ease are best left to them
selves. , . v ;..,,..-,. . ..-. -.. ..
tor tha. -ra
not only, folly, but unjust to the Ore-H
- For more than a year there has been
both car shortage and congestion, and
as tha northern roada are now furnish
ing all they ears they hare, of which
Oregon gets none, the only, possible re
sult. If anything-, were accomnllshed.
wouTB be to take ears which ought to
oe in use here, and for which there Is
sn enormous demand, and give them to
Washington mills, who are now getting
more man tne mills or viis state.. '
Besides this, all the Washington mills
can now reach this territory by the
northern roada,. arid at the same rates
paid- from Oregon.' , But. they are pet
satisfied with this, but want to get still
anbthsr outlet, without any regard aa
to the effect on their neighbors. - v .
It Is apparent the disadvantage ' the
Oregon mills will labor under it, this
should be done. It would not only af
fect them, but a!l business Interests, as
lumbering is one of our state' greatest
Industries. Instead of leas cars, w
want more. . " , . - -
All the railroad directly concerned
are against the proposed scheme, and It
will be fought to a finish. In view of
the situation respecting lack of ears
and other facilities In hla state and the
utter Inability' of the roada to handle
the local trafflo, it la not a matter for
surprise that not- only the lumbermen
but all shippers vlsw with alarm this
attsmpt to still further aggravate what
Is now a bad situation.
; Six Klamath Graduate. . ,
- (Specie! DUpatc. te The Joarael.) -Klamath-.
Falls, Or June 1. This hss
been commencement week her. . Sis
young people of the city and county
have graduated. This county , oan well
boa at of It schools and many a nsw
corner decide to settle her after learn
ing f the school ad ventages to be had.
Ths graduates are Luc O. Leonard,
Florence Boorey, Luetic Cox, F. K. Wil
son, : Roy Appiegat and Augusta O.
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. Fonndr nt Klamath Falls:
(dpertel tMepateh- te The Jeanial.)
Klamath Falla, Or., June 1. Klamath
Fall i to have a machine shop and
foundry, which will be established by
A. Hi- Berry and i. B. Peck, ot-Astoria.
Heretofore It ha been neceasary te send
to Ashland when near castings were re-
Quired or-renalra were to be made ta I
machinery. The outlook Is most excel 'j
lent for the. new enterprise. 4
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AT WORK IN SHERMAN
He Claims to Influence the.
, Clouds at an Incredi
ble Distance, . ;
CHEMICAL PROCESS IS r
; WROUGHT IN SECRET
He Cbarina tlio TTlmbna First Into
Being and Then Into Jarring
Loom PluTiaUr Pointa to a Long
Record of Achievement., V
(SpseUl Dtepetch te Tks JearaaL)
Mora, Or June 1. Th rainmaklng
f fort . of Rainmaker Hatrieid nave
not so far been rewarded with th de
sired response from Jupiter " Pluvfos.
Wednesdsy and Thursday were hotter
than uaual at this season, th temper
ature mounting to 10 degrees. Tester
day, the day on which rata waa pre
dicted, wa cloudy and eooL Rain fell
at Kent, only SO miles' south of her.
Today haa been cool and pleasant. There
la - slight cloudiness tonight, but - rain
Is not expected. However. Mr. Hat--fleld
remains absolutely unruffled and,
sustained by ' hla " recent scblevement,
fsces the future with most perfect con
fidence. - . .' -
HATFIELD AT WORK.
From Two Tower Ho Vibrate Air
: "'.- and Draw Cloud. .
' (Special Tmpatea to The leorsaL) -Wasco.
Or June 1. Hatfield, the
celebrated rainmaker from -Lo Angeles,
arrived In Sherman county May St and
Immediately proceeded to "find a high
elevation. He selected a point -on Gor
don rid re and erected two tower St
feet high. These are built of common
lumber, the corner piece being 4 by 4
timbers, braced with S by 4 staff. About
five feet from the top of the towers r
temporary floors surrounded with can
vas walla, which reach to the top. The
tops are entirely exposed. Within these
Inclosures ar concealed Hatfield's mo
dus operandi. His apparatus partially
COURAGEOUS WOMAN HUNTS ' :
FOR GOLD IN. DEATH VALLEY
(Joarsal Bpeelal RerrW-O
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 food -and
water, th moat ' Courageous woman
prospector developed by the i present
mining excitement haa reached . Saa
Bernardino. Sh Is Mrs. Helen C
Quigley, and come from Utah. Nearly
three months aa-o she left Bullfrog and
ha since been seeking treasure where
few men bav daxed to go, making Ui
consists of electrical contrivance and
225 tray containing chemical. Th
former are In constant motion, throw
ing out vibrations Into th atmosphere.
Theae vibrations attract' th clouds
from a distance of S00 mile. When
condensed these precipitate rain. The
area over which.-th storm continues
and It duration depend upon the air
current ana tneir prevailing direction.
After active operation ar be run' it te
usually from 24 to 41 hours, and never
more man nve aays, before rain falla
Hatfield la a very pleasant and inter.
eating young man, and although no vis
itors are aamittea to hi tower or al
soweo. to pry into th secrets at hi.
wonderful discovery, he very graciously
'"" inera ana js very willing to eg-
plain and give Information. He haa de
voted nine year to th study and de
velopment of his present methods. His
nrsi experiment waa conducted at St
Helena. California and wa aueceaaful,
a were 41 other following, he clalma
i no worn or in young scientist Is
attracting world-wide attention. Last
year he was sent for by th Alaska
mlnera, there being a scarcity of watar
for alulclng. , Ha cam 4o ' Sherman
county under contract, guaranteeing to
produce alx inches of rain between May
IS and July 25. For seven year past
statistic show that the maximum rain
fall during this period ha been leas
than one Inch. "
All Sherman county Is watching the
experiment, ss a copious rainfall will
aaaure abundant crop and doubl th
price ox uuio. ;.- t- ,.t ... .....
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Judg Llttlefleld of More, who 1 now
In Portland, says of Hatfield, the rain
maker, that he has' been for three years
In aouthern California, where In a re-
gioj iormeny ory abundant rain haa
been secured. Before that he furnian.4
rain for a dry region In Alaska, the
sum neceasary having been supplied by
.... im remon mat n expects
to Irrigate now In Sherman county ha
a radiu of 7 pnlles, ,-fronj "Jforo aa
Judg Llttlefleld In Discussing rth
Interesting experiment say Hatfleldj la
uuen hiiii wny ne aoea not charge
a large aum for hi services if he in
able to do such remarkable things.- His
answer la that he la making these tests
of his methods and apparatus with a
view to obtaining the recognition of the
United Bute government, and that If
he succeeds his Invention ; will be of
large value to th government '
hssatdou trip from th head of Death
; For alx- week ah saw no living per
son, ths only ovldeno of former pros
pector who had braved the waste , be
ing found In occasional human skele
tons. ..For two daya she urged her
horse and pack mule through blistering
heat with but half a canteen of water
to drink and little to oat. and one day
she passed In a lonely cave, .fearful to
50 n while th sun beat down. In the
Funtrai rang ah wa stricken with
Mrs, Eyelyn Raue Abandons
Husband to Come West 4
- With Worthless Lover ,
(Haant ,ws by Uagest Lease Wire.)
Cody, Wyo., Jun' l.rTh' saciiOoes
of love ar forever new. Giving up her
beautiful home, the luxuries of wealth
and the ' social leaderahip that these
thing Involve. Mr. Evelyn Raue, young
and beautiful, wife of a prominent phy
sician of Philadelphia, has taken up her
realdenc on a secluded -Wyoming ranch.
In the hope of winning from th allure
ments of drink a young society man of
equal prominence In she east ;
About one month ago Q-Oordon Mas
sey. son of General George V. Maaaey,
chief counsel for the Pennsylvania ralr
road, disappeared from : Dover, Dela
ware. He wa JO year old. a oolleg
man, and well-known In the fast set of
several eastern cities. He had a beau
tiful wife and three children In Dover.
A abort . time after hla dlaappearane
Mrs. Ran alao disappeared from har
Philadelphia bom. There waa' Bin day'
gossip, and th event haa not ceaaed
to b talked of. ,
- . striking Blond Appears.
. it now develop that young Maaaey
sought an opportunity to euro himself
of the drink habit, far from hla former
associates, . on Sam Aldrich'a "Dude"
ranch, near- Cody. A few day after
hi arrival he discharged the valet who
had accompanied blm, and th nsxt day
Mrs. Raue appeared on the scans. -.
Her arrival created a sensation. She
la a vary handsom and vivacious blonde
and her gown were several, seasons in
advance of ranch styles. Th way In
which ah proceeded to take ear of
young Massey added to the surprise that
her visit inspired. They moved to. a
more secluded ranch on Tall creek, flv
mile from. Cody, and set up house
keeping. ..- hen Mr. Raue cam to Cody, Maa
aey celebrated, the event by buying un
limited .champagno for everybody he
couU And to drink with him. The re
ult was ths attsmpt at Isolation which
waa made th next day. ,
"I will ase this through If It costs
m my life," she - said. "From the
world' point of view there la nothing
In this for me but -ruin, put It I can
save Mr. Massey fromlth . ruin that
threaten him it will be compensation
enough." -- -
fever, but .wa found by mlnera In .th
nick of time and nursed through weeks
Mrs. Qulgley prospected thoroughly
and located a ledge which she believes
will make a fortune, bringing rich sam
ple with her. Sh will at one retrace
her steps and laat night went to Inde
pendence to. outfit for tha return trip.
Some of her ore ehowa-fabuloua values,
and sh believe the entire ledge will
go 250 a ton. ; ,
MulkS-y to Be Salem' Orator. ' .
' (RiMelal Dtapetdl te The Jesrnel.) '
Salem. Or., June 1. B. F. Mulkey of
Ashland will be th . orator at th
Fourth of July celebration here.. He I
a favorite with Salem people and will be
given a cordial welcome.
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