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THE OREGON DAILY JOURNAL, PORTLAND. TUESDAY , EVENING, JUNE, 4, 1007.
DARROW SAYS JURY IS
HOSTILE TO DEFENSE
Haywood's Attorney Blames
Boise Newspapers for At-
.' titude of Talesmen.
i TO PASS UPOX CASE
But One Member or Judicial Body
'u.. AttniatmA With Drffnn.
lied Labor and That 7as Four
.)' teen Years Ago.
I'- By Hugh. O'Neill.
(Special Commissioner for Denver Post
' - , . and Oregon Journal.)
TboIm, Idaho, June 4. Clarence Dar
rpw of counsel, for the defense gave
out till statement regarding the Jury
empanelled to try Haywood today:
The Jury la made up of eight Re
publicans three Democrats and one
Prohibitionist, There la no man on
the Jury who worka for wage or. who
baa ever belonged to nor orgamsa
tton. excent Burns, who was a member
; of the carpenters' union 14 years ago.
"The Jurors appear to. be men of bon-
eat nurooees. determined to give the
defendant , a fair trial.:. But they be
long to a class to which. none of the
defendants aver beltfftged and they have
no natural kinship with labor organ
izations, - -. ' -.-'
'They are drawn' from a small coun
ty almost wholly agricultural and each
Juror has for a year -and a halt seen
little about the case except things pub
lished In the Boise' dally papers and
these papers have been unlformally
hostile to the defendats. Nearly all the
jurors admitted that they had Impres
sions and opinions and these were, I
think, unusually hostile to the defend
ant because they were based upon the
statements of hostile publications." :
l . Who Vhrnf AH Are.
The personnel of the Jury which will
try W. D, Haywood follows: Thomas
H. Gess," Flnley McBean, Samuel D.
Oilman, Daniel Clark, George Powell,
it. V. Seborn, . H. v F. Measeoar, Lee
Schrlvener, J. A. Robertson. , , IievI
Smith, A. P.' Burns, Samuel Russell.
- Thomas B. Gess, aged 6S years, a na
tive of Missouri, haa. been a. resident
of Boise for Z . years, and of Idaho
since 18(8. He Is In the real estate
business. He Is a Democrat, a member
of the Christian church and of the
Masonfo order. , .
Flnley McBean, 51 years old, ts a
farmer, . residing on the . Bench. He
waa born In Scotland, cams to America
21 years ago and lived in Colorado sna
Nebraska before coming to Idaho. He
is a Republican. -
Samuel D. Oilman, 80 years old. haa
resided at Star It years and is, and
alwuys has been, a farmer, v ile was
born In Iowa and lived in Missouri and
Kansas, He was a member of the
Idaho regiment -of volunteers during
the Spanish-American war and served
for one year In the Philippines. He la
a Republican, an Odd Fellow and mem
ber of the Christian church.
.. 'Only Two Democrats.
Daniel Clark, aged 41 years, has re
sided nine miles from. Boise for SI
years, and la a farmer and stock raiser.
He was born V in Missouri, He is . a
Democrat and an Odd Fellow.
George Powell, aged (8 years, is a
farmer, and has resided near Boise 11
years. He has lived In Nebraska, Iowa
and Oregon, He Is a Democrat and
always has been and" belongs to no
church or lodge.
O. V. Scbern is It years old and lives
on a ranch 11 miles from Boise. He
came to Ada 'county a year and a half
sgo from Wyoming. Hs is Republican
In politics, but belongs to no church
or secret order.
H. F, Messecar, (I years old, has
been a farmer all his Ufa and haa lived
It miles down the valley for 14 years.
He was born In Canada and lived In
South- Dakota before coming to Idaho, i
He is a . Republican. .
Lee Schrlvener, 60 years old, is a
farmer and - r&aides 14 miles from
Boise. He was born In Ohio and lived
in Kansas, ; where he was sheriff, be
fore coming to Idaho. He Is a Repub
lican and was .formerly a Methodist
Hearty AH BepubUcans. ,
- J.' A. Robertson, 71 years old. Is a
building contractor r and - builder and
has resided In Bolsa 16 years. He has
followed the trades of a blacksmith and
painter. He is a Republican, an Odd
Fellow and a Methodist lie was born
hi' Scotland, lived in Canada 11 years
and in , Illinois - II years.
Levi Smith, 51 years of age, is a
resident of Boise, but' formerly lived 11
miles down the -valley. He has been
a resident of Idaho II years, and most
of thai time he' spent in farming, but
recently has been in the employ of , the
Boise and Interurban Railway company,
' . .1 . ju ... j
DELAYED Br MUD
Government Extends Time
on the Contract Held by
Mason, Davis & Cc.
COST OF PEOJECT IS
REDUCED TO MINIMUM
of 1 health Vb
as wau so
Favor It PtoJ
Only One or . Two Other Irrigation
Project Will Be Built at So Low
' Cost rer Acre That in Southern
Oregon. -'".. '
The kitchen work
, that must be done
: this summer will be lessened, tout fuel expense
reduced, and your kitchen cooler, if you use a
VA Dine Flame Oil Ccok-Stove
, It is the improped oil stove the nek oil store.
. Up-to-date in every particular. . Lighted in
stantly. Gives the hottest flame produced by
any store. Made with, one, two, and three
burners. Every stove warranted. Write. eur
-; , nearest Agency if not at your dealer's. ,
(WathlDstos Burets ef The Journl.
Washington, June 4. The reclame
tlon service has found it necessary to
extend for three months the time al
lowed by the contract to Mason, Da
vis ft Co. of Portland to complete their
part of the Klamath irrigation worka
The extension waa granted, however,
subject to the proviso that the, company
111 deliver soon to tns government
all- portions which were to have been
used this year.
The reclamation service has been ad
vised that bad roads and unfavorable
weather compelled Mason. Davis A Co.
to ask for the extension. It waa lm
possibfo-4or the contractors to complete
the work within the time set in the
Otherwise, the work on the Klamath
eanal Is progressing well, and the gov
ernment regards It as one of the most
desirable Irrigation projects yet under
taken. The low cost of reclaiming the
lands together with the promised bet
terment of transports tlon facilities by
railroad building makes the. Klamath
project one to attract homeseekers.
Only one or two other' irrigation' pro.
Jects of the government will be built
st so low a cost per acre, it being ex
pected that the cost per acre will not
be more than 126 and may be legs. On
some projects, . the cost runs to $49
an acre, and at that figure the farmer
may make good profit, so the govern
ment claims. ' '
building ' fences. He Is a Republican
and. a Knight of Pythias.
A. P. Burns, 63 years old, haa lived
in Bolsa three years, and Ada county
1 years. He is not In business now,
but was formerly a grocer and by trade
a carpenter. He was a member of the
carpenters' union 14 years ago and is
Samuel Russell is a farmer, hss re
sided in Ada county seven years and
waa born in Pennsylvania, living in Illi
nois, Missouri. Iowa and' Dakota before
coming to Idaho. He is a prohibition
ist but was formerly . a Republican,
and is a member of the Congregational
church. Age ! years.
E?STrhT d Disthsbestlnp
:asaw household tut. Mads of brass
throughout aid beautifully nickeled. Perfectly cosv
tructed; absolutely safe; unexcelled In light-firing
power; an ornament to any ream. Every lamp war
ranted. If net at your dealer's, write te our nearest
agency. ., . " ' . '
' STANDARD OIL COMPANY
FLAMES THREATEN TO
DESTROY ISLAND CITY
' (losrnal Bpteial terries.)
Los ' Angeles, June 4. Fanned from
a burning .cigar, stump into a mighty
blase, and driven by a fierce wind, fire
swept over the hills of Catallna, eur
rounded Avalon on three landward sides
and threatened destruction of that
. Tongues. of flame dashed -through dry
grass witn; the speed or race horses
I ana reacnea uie euisKiris ox me town
. before the . fire department could get
out These flrhters, with hundreds of
volunteers, battled for hours, at times
seemingly against ; hope, : and finally
won, a change in the wrnd aiding at
critical moments. Half a dosen work
era fell exhausted.
From the mainland 20 miles away.
the burning island; standing high out
or the sea, was a spectacular sight
and hundreds of people gathered on tho
beach and watched It.
Cf Interest To, Hcmsa
7 lOSUCB wuidvh mm miw w .w, ivui wu.
ut who have exacting duties
either In the way of house-
r in social duties and funo
seriouily tax their strength,
unlng mothers. Dr. Pierce'
crlDtlon ha proved a most .
valuable sutftArtlnf tonic and invlgorat- j
gosci Sole Accomplishment of New
Law Has 15een Ending of
nom hZ- u v empioyH it thu mot , Unfair Discrimination.
valuable Vo-n'Il 'amedv wrm rrrnrim
to In sood time. The f svorue nasenp-
tlon-hasDTuCeTa treat boon to expectant mMP A TVTFS' W. VVN11V.
coming of baby, thereby rendering child'
birth safe. easy, and almost painless. '
Bear in mind, nleass that Dr. Pierce'!
Favorite Prescription Is not a secret or I Amendments, Will Be .Tacked on by
HAS BEEN, INCREASED
patent medicine, against which the most
Intelligent . people are quite naturally
verie, because of the uncertainty ai to
their composition and harmless character,
bur- It a MKDicixn or nirowir coicrosi
noir, a full list of all 1U Ingredients being
printed, in plain English, on every bottle
wrapper. An examination or mis hsi oi
Next Congress Which Will Compel
Use of Physical Valuation as
Basis of Charge. - '' .
inrw.kin.4.. AnM,. tit Th. Jmirn.I.l
.'Washington, June 4. An average in
Ingredients will disclose the fact that it is I crease of 6 per cent has been accom-non-alcehollo
in its composition, caem! pluhed by the Central Freight assocla-
ally pure, trlple-rennea giycenne aaini i tlon or revision oi meir ciiuuu
the place of the commonly used alcohol, I increasing carrying charges on J.I8I ai
In its make-ap.' In this connection it I tides and decreasing them on 200. The
ma nnt h on t of rjlaceto state that the Uievation was done by withdrawing the
.... r - - - - ,
i svonte rrescnpuou oi ur, rirc ia commodity raies.
the only med loins put up ior ins cure oi
inaii'i nnlln.T Miinaiul and all
tnents, and sold through druggists, all
th InmtHlnnta of which have the Un
anlmous endorsement of all the leading
medical writers and teachers of all tho
several schools of practice, and that top
mmarf m tor t.ha a.1 mania ior wnicn
ravorlte lr8crlptlon, U recommenaea.
a liMla Knnlr T IhMi ndnnutments W II
be sent to any address, post-paid, and
absolutely TV, " yourwiueij ni. VJ
postal cara, or letter, oi vt. a. i.im
Buffalo, N. T.
i rw I.m'i TU...nt Ptklleita nnra eon-
tlpatlon. Constipation la the cause of
many diseases. Van the causa ana you
euro the disease. Easy to taita as candy.
MEETS AT PITTSBURG
It ia cited here by transportation au
thorities, that ever aince the rata regula
tion bill was adopted in June, iio,
rates have climbed steadily, and the
railroads of the nation have succeeded
in nrovldlne- for Immense increase in
their revenues In this manner. "
It is also cited that thesa Increases
In rates havs followed a season of ab
solutely unprecedented demand for
hauiaaa of aoods. during which ths
roads have been unable to care for ths
business because the equipment of ths
..... . . . ...
country couia not wuiuia m . .
It is ancarent that the sum total of
benefit flowing from the new rate bill
is the stoppage of discriminations by
the reads la favor of the larger manu
facturing corporations. That these ben
efits are considerable la attested by the
recent revelations of the upbuilding of
Immense trusts which counted the dis
criminatory tariffs as their chief asset
So that it Is not to belittle the new rate
law to assert that It can only prevent
It has been alleged, with good show
of reason, by Senator La Follette and
(Journal Special Berrlee.)
Pittsburg, Pa.. June 4. The Ameri
can Association of Museums, which wss
given a prellmlnasy organisation at a
meeting held In New York last year,
.v.. A Ai. -....... i- .u,. .. other experts, that the railroads of the
meeting will continue three dsys. Steps, naUon now charging Fple ap
will be taken to complete the peraa- proximately I800.eoo.000 more annual y
nnt nrniUHn ind nnmerou. m.t. for freight haulage than they would
,.r. ni.tin. tMm. wrk m.mt. I were they to be compelled to do the
nance of the museums will be discussed. business for merely a nominal Interest
RMiitna weii-knnwn uImUiu , and return on actual Investment It is also
scholars from many parts of the-Unlted alleged that the railroada eould be per
States there are In attendance , a num- mltted to ; charge annual Interest on
ber of representatives of, Csnada and much more than actual Investment, al-
South Aemrlca. The object of the asso. lowing liberally ror more capwaiiaation
elation is to promote the welfare of than value of physical properties, and
museums, to ' increase and diffuse yet lower f retghta In the aggregate aev
knowledae of all matters relatlna to eral hundred millions of dollars an
them and to encourage helnful relations I nually.
among the museums snd those Inter-1 In the offices of the interstate com
ested In them. It Is proposed to ally Imerce commission the belief Is enterr
the organisation with the National Edu- tained that the present Increase In rates
Oh, pretty Neglijaybird
You had better ,
Have a care! ,
The Tads . would
Like to catch you,
For you're very
Nice to wear.
.r. ;.' x. a , wi - .mxma .' wm new , a ., .
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n' - V-'V!-
j , LI A WEEK;
it ' ( ' - ' t . , , '
IS . BUYS A HOME IN
. SAVE $25
BY BUYING THIS WEEK all
$125 lots going for $100 Five
Dollars Down and One Dollar a J
- Week. Offer positively closes Satur-
day night "Berkeley," Portland's beau
tiful new residence addition, is iust be
yond the golf links, 22 minutes ffd'm .
the business center, by two car lines,
; See.or phbne us. '
The Jacobs-Sline Company
Jtittfi Floor Swetland Bldg..
Phones: A2811, Main 359
THE fIIT?TI TO
rtcr.es. Kim, w .
TO SLAIN EMl'EESS
' (7oanal Rneelal Serrlea.l
Vienna. .June 4. Since the unveillna
of the Marl Teresa monument Vienna
has not seen a more brilliant spectacle
tnan' was presented today at the un
veiling by Emperor Francis Joseph of
a handsome bronse and marble memo-
i rial to his late consort, the Empress
Elisabeth, ; who met death in Geneva
nine years sgo at the hands of an
Italian anarchist, v All -' the available
archdukes and archduchesses were pres
ent, and the court of the Ho f burg was
In f full " attendance. There were rep
resentatives of many foreign powers
and , deputations from religious and
otner societies throughout the dual
monarchy. The : unveiling - wss per
formed by his' majesty, followed by the
national anthem and a salute. The cere
mony closed with a Te Deum, sung by
ine weiner Bsengersbund. '-
TEACHEES ELECTED .
4 AT THE DALLES
(BDli! Dlanateh t Tt Ibereal.t '
. The Dalles, .Or., June 4. At an ad
journed meeting of the school board
the following teachers were l elected :
High school -A. C. Strange, princi
pal; A. C. Hampton, formerly of the
Moro schools, May Bechier and Carolyn
Grade teachers Mirs. Ellen D. Bald
wtn. Erma .'Thompson, s Lilian Vredt,
Mary Matthews, Etta H. Wrenni Grace
Tillard, Tina RlntouL Gertrude Phllllns
and Florence Chapln.
Old teachers returned from leave .of
absence Nan Cooper and Dora Nell
sen. : . .
Dr. O. D. Doane who has been on the
school board for the past 11 .years re
signed for the reason of not being in
harmony with the action of the board.
John Gavin, clerk for six years and a
half, resigned for the same reason.
OLGA NETHEItSOLE TO V
OPENS PARIS SEASON
(Journal Biwetal ftertfoe.)
Paris. June 4. Ulna Nethersole is to
open her Paris season tonight: at ..the
Theatre Sarah Bernhardt. During' her
engagement she will - appear la "The
Second Mrs. Tanqueray," ' "Magda" and
'tTarmen." 6he will act in English.
supported by an English company. -
Elgin Contracts for 'Ditch. -
(Special Dfipateb to The' Journal. f
Elfin. Or., June-4. The contract for
digging the ditch for the new water
system has been - awarded - to Charles
Hug and Jerry Maxwell of Wallowa.
They submitted a bid of 1 cents per
foot, which will make the cost of ex
cavating approximately tl.tl3.SS. Work
la to be commenced not later, than June
and will be completed by September.
' v STIRS THE DALLES
The Dailes, Or., June 4. At the
school election this 1 month ' there will
bo two directors to elect. The lines
will be drawn on the issue for or
against the Dresent city superintend
ent. Professor Whitney. He came here
from Tillamook and . is charged : by
some with creating -disturbance In
school matters by j arbitrary actions
and with the discharge of old teach
ers against whom there : were no
charges. ; The coming election will be
one of the greatest Interest.
referred to will operate to the detriment
of the roads, by causing a protest which
will find voice next winter In the con
gress, when undoubtedly the rate bill
will come up again for amendment and
the addition of provisions rather radical
It would not be surprising to well-
informed men connected with the aov-
ernment If these Increases were te ac
tually Impel the congress to .tack on
amendments which would ' cause the
physical valuation of the properties, as
a basis for rate-making; although it is
acknowledged here that not all the
members of the Interstate commerce
commission are . disposed to regard
physical valuation as essential to a so
lution of the rate problem. -It
Is hinted that Commissioner Lane
Breezy styles in negligee shirts at this store.
.i -r--v . T-- a , , 1 ........ B-Hf" p . . ,. " . ' - . k ' i " "- ''"'.'.'
In the summer-time it is well for-a man to be par
ticular, about the kind and quality of his shirt. When
tne tnermometer crawis SKywaraana mc mcmng rays
of the sun strike earthward, xoats are unbuttoned or
come off altogether, and then what kind of , a shirt
have you to show above your belt? " . " ,
If it is a shirt from, this store, it won't be criticised.
Our stock is selected with so itluch care that a design "
that is not in good taste never gets shelf room. , What
ever the style or price, you are sure of the best in ma
terial, design and fit s 1 ' .
- Shirts of madras, percale, linen,
. v Figured or in plain white t , ' '
: $1.50 and $2.00
Other grades up to $4.50
The Gentility Shop
311 MORRISON STREXTy
- . Opp. Postoffice.
will shortly publish a statement In
which he will develop a theory that
rates may be handled satisfactorily with
out reference . to' the , capitalisation of
the roads. His Views are awaited with
keen Interest by all who are addressing
themselves to the : task of solving the
transportation problem. , ,
Condon Teacher Elected.
" (Special Dlapate to The Journal. 1
Condon, Or., June 4. The school board
haa elected the following teachers for
ths ensuing year: J. C. Sturglll, prin
cipal; Miss Irwin of Fossil, assistant
principal," Mrs. T. J. McArthur. Miss
Belle Raney. There are three positions
yet, to be filled. :..,;''::,...
3-quart Water Bottle, ; white; regular $1.35:
special ... . . . . . , . . . .' , ...79f
3-quart .Water Bottle, white; regular $2.50;
special ....... ... .............. . . .91.69
3-quart Red Rubber Syringe, 3, pipes; regu
lar $2; special. ........... ,. ... ...f 1.53
3-quart White Rubber Syringe, 3 pipes; reg
ular $1.50; special. .8e
3-quart Combination Syringes, 3 pipes; reg
ular $1.75; special f 1.19
2-ejuart Combination, with ; Globe spray;
regular $2.25; special S 1.73
Ladies' Spray Syringe, red bulb; regular
, ,2.50; special fl.69
Sponge Bags, rubber lined.. 20e tofl.80
At half price. ; -
Swimming Wings, all colors. 25e and 35e
Bathing Caps.......,50t, 75e and 1.00
Rybber Complexion Brush; regular , 35c';
Rubber Toys; regular 25c; special.... 15
.- NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY. Get
r your money'a worth. Every foot of hose
we sell guaranteed for one year.
. A full line of all supplies, in
cluding Sprinklers, Nozzles, Hose
Reels arid Easy Menders of every
'kind. We give a Nozzle Free
with every 50 feet of Hose. V -
White Crown Hose, . best quality made,
guaranteed for 2 years ..15.00
. White Cotton, j4-inch 4.00
White Cotton, fi-inch 4.50
Woodlark, j4-inch 6.00
Woodlark, -inch ,.r T.QO
, Columbia, J-inch .3.75
Columbia, -inch 4.25
Oregon $4-inch..? 8.00
Semi-proof Red,' -inch. .'. 10.00
; Shorthorn, J4-inch, reg. $12; special 8.00
Is Rather to Be
" Woodlark Qrape Juice
It one of 'the greatest
health promotera ever of
fered to the public. Well
people drink it and keep
well. Sick people drink -it
and get well. A delic'
, iout drink, a nutritious
food, easily assimilated.
Made of selected Con
t cord Crapes. . Woodlark
Crape Juice contains no
' preservatives, no coloring
matter, no sugar. Try y
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ans4-M.. m. mrO
Success PJaying Cards; reg. 35c; spt. 16
7-11 Playing Cards; reg. 15c; special (, .8e
' Whit Napkins; reg. 15c per 100; spl. 11
- Decorated ' Napkins; regular 35c per 100:
Lunch Sets; regular 25c; special...... 9
Fiber Plate; special, per dozen.,..;.. .7e
Crepe Paper for Rose Day, spl., roll....9f
Puritan Linen, whte and blue, plain or
ruled; regular 352box; special...". :.16e
Japanese Gold Fish 15c
Fish Globes .............. BOs) up
Terra Cotta Castles.....' '..15e up
Fish FoodXr....; 10e
CUT PRICES IN V-
IU If CVaV .
Visit the Gift Room '
. All the June Records v jT ""vV
for the Edison and Vic- .'; 1 J IV '
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HIS MATCIIS VOI6K
Creat Reductions Prevail This Week.
Golf King .
'This week 28e buys the regular 75c quality
. TOILET WATER
Carnation, Rose, Heliotrope, Violet; Laven
der; regular 50c; special............. 37e
Carnation, Mignonette, Heliotrope, Violet,
Crabapple, White Rose Jockey Club; reg
ular price 35c special...... ........ .19
You'll ' sure want
some of these hand
some Rose Vases we
are showing in our
window. - Just the
thing for - the Rose
Carnival. .1.00 UP-
Sit on t a hard .r board
at the ball game, and
then try one of our
nese jA'r - Cushions.
Note the ' -comfort. ,
Strong, ff durable, col
lapsible, In' many
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