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THE OREGON DAILY JOURNAL, PORTLAND, TUESDAY EVENING, - JUNE , 1907. .
REPUBLICANS rELECTED COUNCILMEN-AT-LAEOE
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NEW CITY COUNCILMEN ELECTED 'YESTERDAY TEIUMPH OF MAYOR
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Prtclnct 47 ...10J
Precinct 48 48
Precinct 49 ,. 8
Precinct SO ............... .H
Precinct II ...... 101
Precinct S3 1M
! Precinct SS 114
Precinct 64 , .,.U8
Precinct IS 74
Precinct 88 .111
Precinct 47 t..t,118
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iWeat elde .. 4.601
Eut Bide .....1,176
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A. . G Rushlight, Rep.i, Councilman George L. Baker, Rep., Councilman
- , Seventh Ward. , . i , J"rom Fourth Ward.
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loon of Bob Nelson In Ten Strike and
necured the monex.
Mathleaon, erldently fearing deteo-
tlon. gave out the atatement that Johan-
aen had cone to Oregron and. In com
pany with Hana Johanaen.' the brother
of the dead man. atarted for th coaat
Believing ImpllclUy In the atory told
by Mathleaon. Johanaen not' for a mo
ment auapecting that hie traveling com
panlon waa the murderer of his rela
tive, cam to Portland, trlth th fellow. I Darrow
the warm, shaded room they seamed
dull and uninteresting. It waa dla
appolntlng.' We felt that his alow, low,
endless words were almost rocking ua
to sleep. '''-; ,-
. .'Beada Begin to Wed, ' ?
' At five minutes paat 10 o'clock w
felt aa though Hawley had been dron
ing on for hour and sleepy hours. He
was saying something aoout th West
ern Federation , of Miner. Something
that w had all heard before In th dim
past There was a secret "Inner circle,'
he said, there was a scheme deliberately
developed to establish a western ampir
of labor. . ,;- v v.
.William t. Haywood and Pettibone
and Moyer were to be th "benevolent
despots", of . that- western empire of
labor and they planned to gain r-.d
hold that empire in part at leaat by a
reign of terror and a polldy of assassin
atlon. . Steve Adams and Harry . Or
chard and John U. Slmpktna were th
hired murderers of that polloy of blood.
He spoke on and on and we were weary.
We had heard It as of tea before. One
or two heada Inside the railing did ao
tually nod. It seemed alnr.oat that HaW
ley would talk himself to- sleep on hla
feet and atand Bleeping. There, worn
out with words, the court yawned. It
waa ao warm and drowsy and bang! r
Clarence Darrow rroieata.
Darrow waa on -Wa- feet thumping a
nook, his vote husky with protest;
Hawley waa at the other table hammer
ing back . retort 'passionately. Loud
words rolled back and forth In angry
tumult. The droning court room waa
suddenly crackling, electrlo with ex
citement. Darrow waa proteating at
aomethlng Hawley had said, Hawley re
peated it amldat Darrow" s protests.
"I say, your honor, that thla defend
ant at bar and the other three men In
cluded in thla Indictment, not only mur
dered Frank Bteunenberg, but ordered
and committed a number of other mur
ders a well." Hawley thundered It out
again, through a hall of Parrow'e pro
tests. "You hav no right to make rhetorical
atatementa here that you ars not going
to put in evidence," Darrow shouted.
"I am saying a great deal leaa In my
opening statement than I am going to
prove in evidence," Hawley hammered
back. . .
They glared at each other fiercely.
Th ateady voice Of the court was
heard through th tumult. -
v Barrow Defeated. -
"Go on Mr. Hawley, go on Jlr. Haw
ley, go on Mr. Hawley."
'There is nothing befor ' th" court
Mr. Darrow." . ,
"Oo on Mr. Hawley." , "
'Sit down Mr. Darrow, sit down Mr.
Tear Second Crime.
After arriving here . Mathleaon ad-
dresaed a letter' to th poatmaater at
Ten Strike algned John Johanaen, to
aend all mall to - Portland. He also
communicated with, Nelson relative) to
sending two grips by express to him
her. Thee two letters furnished the
clue to Mathleaon' whereabouts and
Chief Grltxmacher was communicated
with by telegraph. . .
Absolutely no trace can b found In
this city of Hana Johanaen and th da-
Mr. Darrow sat down. Th peopl in
th court room laughed. .Hawley pro
ceeded. And everybody waa ' finally
It waa an old story that h fold. Told
deliberately in court It took upon Itself
a tragic and bitter algnlflcanc. Coeur
d' Alene; the Bunker Hil and Sullivan
mines; Cripple Creek; Teliorlde; th kill
ing of Frank Bteunenberg; were all re
cited, coldly, deliberately and without
passion. And having been recited they
were Just aa coldly and Just as dellber-
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teotlves fear that Mathleaon may have ately and Juat aa much without passion
H.7 X ''"JaJUttoc" Jtssu CtoaraajCbBEttrank SMBennett,yRep. Councilman
y Sixth Ward.- Photo by Church-' r Eighth Ward,
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ruthlessly slanghtered his victim's
brother, fearing that th latter aue-
pected him of th murder. The search
for th missing man will be continued
but aa yet no cine has been found to
his whereabouts. : Mathleaon maintains
that he has not seen ,. Johanaen for
months.. , . , ,
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i gatlon." i.'.-..'u'i "r--
Ralph R. Don! way said:
i "Th failure of advertising th lec
, tlon properly-not only . Invalidates th
. bond voted , but also Invalidates every
amendment to th charter attempted to
' be passed and th new ordinances voted.
If 1 this matter 4s properly taken Into
' court and 1 not cured by acqulescenoe
and friendly 'suits it is vry serious,
1 I predict that people who seek, to
profit by the bond issuea and amend
menu to the charter ? wfll . promptly
V frame up a friendly suit in which there
will b no real. affort made to get the
,. law,, correctly decided, but thr will
, p an effort mad to; get the. courts
" erroneously to declare that what was
done waa .In th sound discretion - of
the city officials and a " substantial
comnlianee with th law. ,
.r ; The court will not lnterfer and thus
ret. br violation -of the law, the same
r?ault aa ii tn jaw naa oeen ooaervea.
1 ( Xin: other words, th old' gam will be
played again of getting 'the courta, by
' reason fot their power, to construe (n
. law erroneously and thua bind every
- body to pardon th violation of th law
-on th part of city, officials under th
erroneous claim that public policy so
requires It. v v.
' REAL TRAGEDY ,
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n constantlv In her eyea a
There 1a time, before a word Is spo
ken, to see and . note each man and
woman separately. There la a filter
near . the railing, where a blg, bronzed
deputy stands - sentinel at th . green
- bais dbor. Th water drips from th
tap 'into, the pall, marking the silent
seconds dismally. Clarence Darrow sua
with his head between his hands a pa-
thetio man: seeming burdened with sor-
rows. J K solemn air has taken posses
sion of the place. It seem to hav
come suddenly sine the morning. The
v Ion waltlns for the Jury has ended.
The Impatlenc and th speculation and
the Ivlirhter have gone. . We - hav
Ched th Skirt of tragedy at last.
IVf "Mr. Clerk, read tba indictment. Th
. uru o r ox ins cuuru in iiuw qvvii kviivo,
. aeems to shock the alienee, ' W find
it hard now: to realise that a man Is ac
' tuany on triaf zor nis in. "
g Hlocutlon Attempted, j '
Th' clerk, Otto- F. Peterson' Is
young man, wearing a blue serge suit.
He walk from his desk and stands fac-
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" . Bcginniingf with ? good,
1: Schilling's Best goes, on
; to, the finest: all money J
" back.' . ' .
Tar grocer whim y f sisgaf U r t
C an v gair aiaa. .: .. ; ; :
lng th Jury, holding th "Indictment In
his hands. He begins reading in a low
voice, th long, precise finding of th
grand Jury of Canyon county agalnat
William D. Haywood, Georg A. Petti
bone, Charles H. Moyer and John I
Blmpkins, tha they dd Jon the 40th day
of December, 1805, . feloniously murder
and kill Frank . Bteunenberg, on tlm
governor of the state of Idaho. 'There
is no ;"locutlon"f in th reading, It is
meant only for the ears of the Jurors.
Th-. voice, under ordinary circumstances
But th alienee is so heavy that every
word -is. clear. . . v--.:, n-
W remember again the story of that
quiet afternoon m Caldwell when Bteun
enberg was killed., Hla wife and daugh
ter sat at th window watching for
him. Ever sine th Coeur d' Alene af
fair he had been a man of strange hab
its, . coming and going '. no on . knew
when. ... In Boise he never went to his
hotel twice ; in on ;day by Xh same
road. H disappeared often ' for days
at - a time, The night befor he was
killed , he was restless, and could not
sleep." He awakened his wife and they
read i the Blbl together for an hour.
His daughter saw him ' first and ran
shouting - to . meet him. . He v passed
through his gat and th bomb exploded
and - they carried him into his horn to
die. - ' ' .
i . Memory of taw.
Th bald, exact words of th indict
ment bring the actual, tragedy ; to life
again, - and we understand again -vividly
that though the law in America b slow
it has a long memory. ,rr
The clerk finishes reading and moves
back to his desk and the silence falls
Th tired eyes f Haywood's wife are
filled with tears. Richardson turns to
Haywood and talks to him cbeerlngly.
Darrow still sits sadly, seeming a man
greatly alone. ' The "court charges the
Jury that" they, ahall not discuss the
cage In any way, and they tile out heav
ily, i Ha wood kisses hla younger daugh
ter and leaves th room. The sheriff.
at a sign from th Judge cries his for
mula. MivviiVf,;'--; -V.'V.h.
Hear ye. hear y, hear ye, this honor-
brable - court of Ada county stands ; &
Journed - until 1:80 o'clock tomorrow
morning." " ': '-::--- .-. r.y.'...
We lekv the room heavy- rooted and
sad.V f James Hawley ' Is "to make hi
MiATilnr statement In th mornlnr. W
hav ceased from laughing and linpa
tlent frettin f at tne laws delays
EIGHTH GRADERS WHO
PASSED Iff MALHEUR
(Special Dispatch ta The Joora.t)
Tale, Or June 4. Of th 11 pupils
who took th eighth grade county exam
ination In May- nine wer successful,
as follows: Paulina BUllngsley, Emma
Mcuivern, Clarice canfleld, Hazel
Lackey, Ruth Puroell and George Hard-
man or Ontario; Claud Coward and
Harmon Lovelace of Nyssa and Carri
Hill of Mosquito.
Lillian Tipton, Suby Stansberry and
Fred Tregaskls, pupils of the Vale
school, who passed their examinations
last February, received, eighth grade
diplomas at the closing exercises of tu
Val school last week, v
OREG0NIAK CASE IS
CALLED THIS MORNING thew WM Jt h, pum. honeat,
rrrr AAlAO iU.UiiAiVf heartyman, .Juat "Big Jim Hawley of
charged to the "defendant at bar," Wll
11am D. Haywood. Again and again
Hawley impressed upon th Jury -th
existence of this lnner-Tlrcle seeking to
reach dominion throuQ th blood of
men. Again and again he emphasised
th existence of "another group of
choice spirits,'' who "made .murder
trade," and killed, "under th, orders of
the defendant at bar."
It was a terrible Indictment. Th very
unpretentious plainness of Hawley'a at
tire and manners, his honest, kind face
hla slow, husky . voice, all helped to
make it the more terrible. ;
" : &ek of Jomn. .
M'h lack of pomp and ritual In th
furniture and forms of th court, th
democratic informality of everything,
th presence there of Haywood's crip
pled wife and young daughters, the
sometimes hesitating speech of the big
prosecutor, Impressed the horror of the
calendar of crime Hawley was reciting
very poignantly upon the minds of all
of us. We had expected from Hawley
a carefully arranged and purposely im
presalve and dramatlo statement We
had looked forward . to some rhetorlo
and not a little blood-curdling narra
tlve. We expected ' a fierce arraign.
ment of Haywood, bitter denunciation.
even a call for revenge. Ana, instead,
Th trial ' of th ; suit of Harlow
against the Oregonlan Publishing com
pany was begun before Judge Ganten
beln in the circuit court this morning.
Th forenoon session , was devoted to
drawing a Jury; Taking testimony was
begun at , 2 o'clock. The Harlows ask
140,000 damages for an .alleged breach
of contract referring to the circulation
of the morning paper on the west side
of th-river south of -Alder street
DAN CUPID IS BUSY- ,
REAPING HIS HARVEST
Dan Cupid has already begun to show
his partiality, to June, the. month of
brides. In the first two days of June,
last Saturday , and yesterday, fS mar
riage .licenses were Issued by County
Clerk Fields' deputies. During the
first two days In May only 11 licenses
wer Issued, : giving to June a record
more than double that of May.
Strenuous Chase for a Witness.
' (Special Plapateh to The Joaraal.)
Aberdeen, Wash., June 4. After a
series of mlsadventurea, including being
turned , back -by a forest Are, and a
runaway which wrecked a vehicle and
left the occupant to pursue the chase
on horseback, officers have . returned
her with the man, named Benson,- who
wak with Gabriel Aneated th night he
disappeared and who waa wanted as a
witness at the inquest." Anested's body
was found In th Wlshkah river laat
week. Benaon wafl brought in on horae-
hav touch p th skirts of ; tragedy at I back, handcuffed..
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' 4? Reed Jury Drawn. .
MULKJ3Y TO ADDRESS ; A- Jury was drawn in Judg Fraser s
aepartment oi ins circuit coun uiu
it,. s-r f - nmnrvTiirfivi anpariraani vi m circuit vuun uiib
ilV; OF. 0. STUDENTS morning to hear th trial of Grace
J . . i Ri i colonel vomin. irho is charred
tJnlvtrslty of Oregon, Eugene. Jun Pf S11".1, Mwla, also colored, with and when he returned other men had
Idy-Ho" talking quietly to the Jurors as
a plain, honeat man talks to plain, hon
est men. face to face.. s ,
Murder of murder; murder of mur
der; , murder of murder, he named spe
cifically, labeled, all so quietly and un
ostentatiously, and then as quietly as
unostentatiously he told these Jurors -
a plain man talking to plain men tnat
all those murders had Deen camea out
at the command and by th connivance
of "the defendant at bar," William D.
sawley Hot Dramatlo.
It would hav been leas tragical If
Hawley had been more dramatic. But
Hawley seemed so Innocent of stage
craft so much a man talking common'
nlace. that In the end he presented a
case that for th Jury will b mem
orable. -;"r; . "... ,-..-,,' :'v;.'.---
At lt-o'elock he stopped, ended with
out anv oeroration. and sat 4own, wiP'
lng , his - face lustily with his large
whit handkerchief. Then immediately
afterwards, without any pause or pre
amble. Senator Borah called . the first
witness for the prosecution, W. F.
Wayne. - -
- Wayne is a resident of Caldwell, and,
under examination by Borah, he sat In
th high witness chair near the railing
and ' told what he knew of the murder
of Bteunenberg on that night or Decern
ber 30,1905. - ,
" Wayne nrst on Scan. ..' - .
Wayn was. the flrat man to go to
the aid of Bteunenberg after th bomb
exploded. Steunenberge right arm.
Wayn said, waa mangled; hla left arm
waa broken: both legs wer mangled.
Th explosion had stripped him of
clothing. 'Wayne tried to lift him and
carry him into th house, but Bteun
enberg was so mangled that he feared
to try It alone. He left him lying on
th snow, near the gate, with Mrs.
Bteunenberg kneeling by him holding
his head. The snow was soaked and
red with blood. He went for assistance.
.Ext-hlted States Senator V. W. I swaung iaa rrom Anarew jonnson on
?;..,f:i,i - th TTiv.r4 April If ' at Fourth and Flanders
MUmV aa w v. v . mm a , ' sk.s a m ili.
n. els., of '4. will address tha streets, iesumony msing ow iu
atudeCts tomorrow morning In Vlllard
hall, i Invitations hav been extended I
to the- Commercial club of thla city and
other ilmilar organisations. He will be
th last speaker here this year befor
commeicement- - His subject has not
been snounced. ' ; . "
Terf fin gooseberries ar grown ' at i
- - alfre's Oood Advlc. - -O.
S. Woolever, on' of the best
known merchant of Le Rayavllle, N. Y.,
aaya: "If you are ever troubled With
pJes, apply Bucklen's Arnica Salve. It
cured me of them for good 20 years
ago." Guaranteed for ' sores, ' wounds,
burns or abrasions. 2So at Bd Cross
carried Bteunenberg Into his own house.
where he shortly died. ; It was a terri
ble story, affecting in the simplicity of
the man who told it The defense did
not croas-examln Wayne. , t
Bands Bed With Blood. .
Dr. G. W. Gu of Caldwell, the phy
sician who attended Bteunenberg when
he died, followed Wayne, He described
Bteunenberg as. having been frightfully
mangled. He went Into details of anat
omy. Tou fancied him at th bedside
with Big coat off and his sleeves rolled
back and his hands red. He seemed to
bring th antiseptic odor of iodoform
into th courtroom. ; H also left th
chair without cross-xamlnatlon by th
defense. - I.
W wr glad somehow when h left
Th atmosphere was too surBicu.
Atnrn me of Caldwell also fol
lowed th doctor. H. had not bn
toivin nv , minute before th room
waa clanking with interest
Koran Is Orchard,
IThen did you first see Thomas
TTnnn in Caldwelir' said Borah, who 1
examining for th state.
T NnnmMr. 1UUD. saia id.
"Thomas Hogan" Is "Harry I
n.mrA - . who els "Harry orensra
may be we do not at present know. As
soon as "Hogan" was mentioned coun
sel for the defens took exceptions to
Rlc retelling a conversation owwn
himself and "Hogan." It was not 'an
Important conversation. But defense
tnnir mrention to It. Defense objected
h h ftmrt overruled th objection.
Defense "voted exceptions." The records
ar already half anowea unaer oj imi
exception "voted" by the defenae.
Rtrhardson cross-examined Rice. Ble
. mwm I
told Richardson that h saw -iog-an-nroh.M"
in th bar-room of th Sara
toga hotel on-the Monday following tha
death of Bteunenberg. It did not pro
duce any new fact or ahak th atory
of Ric. Ana Kice wens M
ness to b disposed of within half an
N. B. Ellis or caiaweu aiso, iuuuwcu
vim Ha told of the sunns ox Bicunen-
bera- and the goings and comings ofl
V Kystrlons Flffar.
tTAMn-Orchard" Is beginning to d-
velop as figure of strange and sinis
ter : mystery going up and down the
.treet. of oulet Caldwell. We ar ex
pecting him in the witness chair on
Thursday to be brou-ht from th pen
itentiary and lodged in tne Dasemeju
of the Jail where Haywood and Moyer
and Pettibone ar lodgea.
mm. rtnucrlhed "Hosan-vrcnara as
wanderlns- about Caldwell using spy-
classes incessantly. xucnarasun mi
croaa examining uui m
that . Hoean-Orchard" Instead of con
cealing : himself went about the town
with those spy glasses. It did not seem
Important Borah reexamined Kills to
nrnva that "HOSan-urcnaru ubwu ui.
SUunenberg'B house without attracting
too much attention. Ellis left the chair
and court adjourned at noon. .
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ballots were cast for Cellars and Dris
coll received 8.790. Robert Andrews,
th Democratic candidate, whose name
thrnurh an error waa given xourtn
plac on th ballot instead of first re
ceived 4.S94 Votes and L. M. Davis, the
Independent candidate, pouea oniy ,oo.
tnhn P. iCavanauKh. Republican can
didate for city attorney, la anotner wno.
when th final count is mane, is nice
ly to b In th contest for honors on
th. ktrh vote held now by Judg Cam
eron and City Treasurer wenein. air.
Kavanaua-h received 10,?8 votes. Just
80 votes less than Mr. Werlein. Oueas-
lng la even as to wno wiu neaa tne
lief of highest vot received when the
nrriAia! ount la oompleted. All three
of the candidates will hav their ma
jorities heavily increased when th re
turns from th flv .missing precincts
com w. -: ' '
. L. Barbur's race for th city au-
dltorshlp was materially cut down by
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