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PEABODY TESTIFIES OF
: ;SATTEEIPT TO SLAY H Iff!
'. Fornieiv : .Governor, of lolo
rCrado Says Tliat Remodeling
l(ouse Frustrated Plans.,
.'DEFENSE THROWS BOMB
V - ; ; INTO PROSECUTION
n.fna to OoM-Examln RsocatlTP
- After State Had Asked bat Pew
. QueaUon-Lid Closed ' Cpon En
V tire Colorado Men. "-.,''-" ;K
' -f7'-; : ' By John Nevlns-. .v
' -. IJovwl SeecWl Ser-lee.
BoiseIdaho. June It. Tha snrly por
tion of the Hsywood session today waa
derated to argument of the admissi
bility of toe contents of a telegram sent
by Steve Ada ma asking for money, whan
arraatad In Ogden. The court Anally
admitted tha taatlmony. . '
WItneaa render waa recalled and aald
tha telegram read: "Haywood, Denver.
Am In trouble, vend ma 171." .
. Joseph C Houston, assistant caahler
of the Flrat National bank, produced
the bank booka showing Haywood's
financial transaction a Houaton Iden
tified Hc-wood'a elgnature on New Tork
bank drmfta and James Karwaa acting
secretary-treasurer on i there. "One i for
tlt4.II waa drawn J-.nuary; 17. 10,
after Steunenberg nlrH
cashed ln( Spokane by Jack Slmpklna
WThe WItneaa VJwi" th J"
were -Issued In the regular order of bue
Ineae and than there waa no aecrecy
. Major Naylor.
aaalatant aecretarr oi
eaoclatlon, tola or m-
ploalon In the vinai-
eator. He - Inti
ucea a partly . oe-
which he round near
Beck a boor wm
waa suppoaea 10 De
tha one wuh.wb
ph the mine was x-
"" . w w'.-a . wioi.
it irin-t know Vivthing about eend-
In out rour aoio
ra to ahoot up the
ouse becauss tne
owner declined to
y their eaaeaameni
General Bell, and
to the Mlneownen
wltneaa hadn't hea
u.inr McClellan aa
To hell with th
will (Wo the union
ml hahMi eonus."
Tha wltneaa admit1
ed deporting men
ROBBERS TAKE POSSESSION ,
OFAFAMOUS HEALTH RESORT
Chicago. June lk. Three roooera,
masked and heavily, armeo.. looted the
North 8hore Health Resort a well
known sanatorium on the Sheridan road
at Winnetka, early thla morning, robbed
a woman., terrorised more than, 1 JO pa
tients, knocked down and robbed hospi
tal attaches, -cut the telephone wires
and fought their way to freedom, carry
ing with them booty (valued at 11,000.
DUKE GREAT IIII,
HI INDIAN PLAY
Pacific University Students
j Present Weird Drama- j
, : tized Legend.,
, -'-V''. : V; -
r ,8perlsl Plspstch Is The learaaL)
-Pacino University. Forest Orove. Or,
June It. Aa enthusiastic well satisfied
audience, the biggest that has ever
crowded Into the large coUege audi
torium, greeted the Juniors laet even
ing when they gave F. H. Balohe's
Indian tragedy novel, "Ths-Bridge of
the Gods." aa dramatised by Herbert
h.iM Amstnn of the acme class.
People came from all corners of the
county, Hlllsboro, Benverton, Corneliua,
tiaaton and outside points and they are
unanlmoua In their . praiae 01 toe or
mftllfl wnrbr nf tha Mlleslana.
t . Owing to the extremely unseasonable
cold It waa Impossible to give the play
. iii. ..u mim. . utiriM the oaka. as
- planned, but nevertheless the stage set
tings were beautirui, a veniaoie loresi,
with traaa cut arreen from the woods.
Samuel B. Lawrence as Multnomah,
: chief of the Wlllamettea, made a big
. hit with bis commanding figure and
- stentorian voice as he addressed the
Miss Esther Silverman as Tohomlsh,
a eer, with her wlerd and mystlo inter
pretation of Indian prophecy sent thrills
' through tha audience. Her work with
that of Mlaa Wllitelmlna Heldel as Wal
1 luiah, daughter of - Multnomah, was
.' easily the strongest-of the cast. '
The other leadlmr roles were1 taken
' by R. A. Imlay, C. D. Mason, G. A.
' Ispp, D.-'I. Aller, IL H. Arnston and
Miss . Frances Clapp. .They were as-
alsted by to students. 1
The players are In Portland today
and will repeat the effort at the Helllg
' theatre tonight . . ? k.
MACADAM PROJECT Vr
. Meeting at SilvcTton at VTilch Many
Mlxo Had Remonstrated V1.
''r';'.- -i ' Fall Into Line. 4 : ' ; ' i '
' (Special nepateh ts The Jeers!.) ' -'
- Bllverton, Or J una 1 1. A . red hot
meeting of farmers adjacent to the pro
posed macadam road oast of this city
wss held In the opera house yesterday
afternoon. It la estimated that fully
200 people were present County Judge
jnh. U Scott of Salem presided and
made a brief talk - on the Importance
ef thla road.
v anma time sao a petition waa cir
culated and. .liberally signed asking the
county clerk to construct me rosa un
Am, iii. Tuttie law and preliminary ar-
..mMi. wars made. A few weeks
in somo. farmers In the vicinity of
Mt Angel, whoee property cornea in
k 'fonr.mlla limit, started a petition
of remonstrance and It waa feared the
natter would be droppeid.
u aihen tha conditions were
Mnr. fullv exolalned. about 40 of the
.raira whn had alcned the remon
stranca. patitloned the bounty court; to
remove their names from that petition
and Insert them on the petition favor
Ing the good roads movement., joosy
Is ths limit allowed for filing the re-
'ranee and as there are not a
1 -nl rom her of signatures on the
-, , to defeat the movement
l I v.ir be built
. v privMt Angel of
and searching; their houses because they
were unionists. - , .
Richardson (rilled ? Naylor several
times, ceuslng- him to admit that he
did what the Mlneownera association
wanted. It waa shown that Naylor'a
chief aaelstanta weri Tin men,' one
of them now in the penitentiary serv
lnt a llf sentence for murder. Naylor
railed General Bell a-newspaper sol-
He said he got to the Independence
depot ehortly after the explosion and
recovered the bodies of 14 victims.
W. H. Schulenberg Identified the Pea
body bomb which he found In the river
at Wallace. - ,
Confirms Story. ,. ,
" Sheriff Southerland of Bhoahone coun
ty, confirmed the etory and declared
that he unloaded the bomb after It was
turned over to him. . .
C T. Boach of Denver, a plumber, told
of making the Pabody bomb at ,the
request of Orchard who told him ne
wanted it to hold a catcus.
Miss peaoooy. qaugnier 01 mi a"r" -
waa tne last wuneas in w muru
in. ah. told of seems:
r"'i " . :
suspiciously aooui n nuuw "' v'
She Identified Orchard as the man.
Governor Pea bod r was then called to
tell of the ettempt on bra life by Orch
ard. He aaw hftn at Canyon City In
190. "at the time Orchard said he waa
prevented from the killing of peabody
because he waa remodellna hie house.
When court reconvened the defense
threw a bombshell Into the prosecution
by announcing It had no dealre to cross
examine peabody.' Borah had purposely
refrained from any eatended oueatlonlng
on direct examination of the former
governor, aa he expected be would be
queatloned at length by Blchardson,
then on redirect the state could 'lift
the lid" on the antlre Colorado troubles,
getting the realona for calling out the
militia and why martial law waa de
clared. The defenae declined to fall
Into the trap. T
. A to root-pone Orchard's Trial. .
''The judge then announced that there
would be no session of court on Monday,
as he ,1s going to Caldwell to continue
the trial of Orchard, which Is set for
that data - '
B. 8. Raymond, a Denver polman,
knew Orchard aa Hogan and saw him
frequently with Haywood and Pettl
bone near the latter'a house, usually at
Dl W.L J. Vaughn of Minneapolis, who
wrote insurance with Orchard at Can
yon City and Rocky Ford, told of his
having a heavy grip and a small alarm
clock and talking of blowing up Pea
body. J. W. Rich of Pocntello, hotelkeeper,
testified to Stave Adams atopplng at
his hotel and having had a grip which
contained Grecian fire or "Pettlbone
dope." ae It has been called, with him.
Adams waa registered aa Ward.
Juat before court adjourned, Borah
announced that the state would close
Its case Wednesday. The defense
open upon that day.
Mrs. Metcalf, ' the woman who was
robbed. Is prostrated.
The ease with which the men tra
versed the . corridors and found the
rooms they wanted la the ground given
bv the nolle for the belief that confed
erates inside the Institution aaelsted In
planning and possibly In executing the
robbery, or else were Intimately ac
quainted with the entire affaire of the
aanatorium. , .
considerable trade 'from-the Scott' Mills
country and for thla reason people of
thst part of the county are working
hard aaalnst it Judge 8cott said last
evening there was no possibility f
rauure "now.. ... -; , .... ..
- 3AY 00 TO WOMAN
Christine Enger Tiring to Establish
Claim Bqfotw Jnfy II Snccras
V lnratrWfll hooae.
At the trial of the proceeding to for
feit to tb sute the property of Harry
Wilson, deceased, which Is valued at
about fli.000, Christina Enger, an aged
woman, seeka to prove that aha la the
sister of Wilson, and that It la she, not
the state, that la entitled to Wilsons
property. ... , . . : -
A number of witneasea were called
yesterday afternoon who had known
Wilson in his lifetime. -They had heard
mm speaa or a sister named Christine,
and say t that ahe was his only living
relative. Alt said they could see . a i
resemblance between Mrs. Enger, who ;
sat before them, and the dead man.
Some thought it was a strong family
resemblance, while others believed it to
be merely the resemblance of national
If Mrs. Ena-er can convince the fur
thst she Is the sister of Wilson, she 1
in t tha lis rwin t . v. - MM
the money will go Into the coffers of
the state. The trial waa continued un
til Monday morning when court ' ad
journed yesterdsy afternoon. . , ,
WOULD HAVE SAVED , :
; MONEY BY SETTLING
' ' ... !.'.'',
Railway- Company Will Hare to Pay
" : ;: Good Price for Right- '
Repeated attempts to aettla the con
demnation " suit of the Oregon Electric
Railway Company against the Terwll-
llger Land Company and the South
Portland Improvement Company for a
right of way acrosa the old Terwllllger
homestead. In South PortHnd. are ssld
to have been made before the Jury re-
turnea a veruici. nnen me veraici waa
read this morning it waa found that
the highest offer made by the railway
company was tll.OVv leaa than the aum
awaraea by the jury.
The verdict alvea the rallwav com
fiany the right of war. fixing the price
t should pay at lit, 74. The first
offer made by the company. It Is said.
wss 15,000. Later this waa increeaed to
ii.vuu, men to iio.ouo, and yesteraay
afternoon after the attorneys had fin
ished their arguments and the judge
had Inatructed the jury, .it la aald that
an offer of 111,000 was made and re
fused. The rase has been on trial In
Judge Fraser's department of the clr
cult court nearly all week. ' ' .
NORTH END OWNERS H
V MAY BE PROSECUTED
Considerable activity in the north end
aisirict is oet tig manifested by the dl
tnct attorney's offlcs and the
I'pon complaints sworn to roster.
Detective P. Vtati Jullna Wuiluiih
Tony Arnaud and Amend Fercot, pro
prietors ef notorious tenderloin resorts,
were taken into custody on charges of
maintaining aisorueriy resoris.
The men were relessed upon deposit
of 1260 cash ball each and the cases
will be heard In the police court next
week. The numerous complaints re
ceived relative to the character of the
resorts conducted by the three defend
ants is assigned aa the reaeoa for the
prosecutions. . ... . . ,
THE OREGON DAILY JOURNAL. PORTLAND. SATURDAY EVENING. JUWS IS.
DEAL IS CLOSED
Colonial Investment Com
' pany Secures ; Title - to :
Fair Ground Site! : "
- Aa Important and far reaching realty
transaction was consummated yesterday
la the purchase by Arthur W. Jenks for
the Colonial Inveatment company of a
greater part of the Lewie and Clark
fair ground alte from J. 8. McMillan of
Seattle. The holding comprises nearly
to acres, to which absolute title was
given and a tO-year lease on 19 acres,
which belonga to the Meade estate. The
consideration Involed In the transac
tion waa IJOO.OOO. J. Thorburn Ross,
nraaldant nf tha Title Guarantee -at
Trust, acted a agent and attorney for
the purchaser. ' .
Air. J'11 'nX7. in....,. 1
Ipal owner of the Colonial Investment
rumtanv. haa recently come to foriiana
from Mexico, where he haa been engaged
for several years in mining ana smeii-
- ' . . . . .
iniereeia n Mexico ana wui urns Cur -
land hie future borne. . .. . I
When seen this morning relative to
hie, recent heavy purchases of Portland ;
reanjr, r. miu. . ' i"-,
ready to announce any plana that I may
have aa to the disposition or use of the
fair ground site and other holdings in
that vicinity. Most of the property that
I have purchased in that vicinity Is
high-class residence property. I expect
to do a large amount of grading and
filling out there, and la the course of
a month or two may have some plans
matured that will be of Interest to the
public." - .
Chester QV Murphy and associates
have taken title to lot 17 and a frac
tional part of lot IS In block 1. Strong's
addition.' The property la a part of the
block on the north side of Washington
street at the Intersection of Twenty
third and was purchased from J. D.
Wharton for f 11.000.
Daniel Brecht haa purchased a frac
tional part of block 1 In Jamea Johns
addition to St. Johns. The tract was
bought from Z. M. Knight for IMP.
NANCE O'NEILL IN :
Mlaa Nanoe O'Nell haa been engaged
to play a four-weeks' engagement at the
Marquam Grand theatre at the conclu
sion of the engagement of the San
Francisco opera company. Miss CNell
will becln her engagement In this city
July S, in "The Sorceress."
Announcement or ine contract was
made today. Manager Cohn of the Mar
quam haa been In San Francisco for a
week or more for the purpose of secur
ing attractions to follow the San Fran
cisco opera company at his theatre. He
wired Manager Ryan today to the effect
that he had closed the contract with
Miss O'Neil's manager.
"The Sorceress" will be produced In
Portland br Miaa'(TNell. aided by her
entire company, .and will be given the
same production as the original In New
York City, it la said to be a magnui-
cent production. . -
Mlsa O'Nell waa scheduled to appear
at the Helllg In the aame production two
months ago, but canceled ner' norm
western engagement Since that time
she haa been playing In San- Francisco
and other southern coast citlea, where
she haa met with great success. Miss
ONeil is regarded as an especial favor
ite of tha theatre-s-oers of Portland.
The engagement of the San Francisco
.opera company at the Marquam closes
June 10. Between that date and July t,
when Mlaa O'Nell will appear, tha houae
will be dark, . - .-
AND MILL COMPANIES
., . . -:, ... , I
(idsl Dispatch te The JoerseL)
Salem, Or., June II. No truer Index
of the remarkable development whlem -
the state Of Hregon Is undergoing, can
be had than by the record of the filing
of artlclea of Incorporation In the cor
poration department of the secretary of
state'a of f ice. Amon recent incorpora
tions ar the following:
The Gearhart Electrical Power com-
Sany; Incorporators, Oble H. Newton,
ohn L. Short and Thomas P. Short;
main office Klamath Fallal capital atock
$21,000; object to engage In real es
tate business and to operate electric
railways. . . . 1 .
The Custer Printing company of
Portland; Incorporators. Carleton Lew la,
Alex Bweek and Paul W. Cuater; cap
ital stock, f 1.000; object general print
ing business. - J
Oregon-IdahO company. Incorporators
Charles M. Hemphill. T. T. Burkhart and
Douglas Law eon ; capital stock, 110,000:
main office, Portland; object to buy and
sell timber lands and to operate saw-
, mills. " : .
The western rromonon league, in-
d Alex 8w-ek; capital stock, 120,000;
object, to print and publish magaxtnea
and- to do a general advertising busl-
Stbeffa and Central America Lumber
I company, lncorporatora, l. Veyney. Bar-
and J. Frank Watson:
1100,000; main office.
CROWD OP TOUGHS w
V BEAT PATROLMAN
While endeavoring to suppress a dis
turbance In the Kenyon saloon. Nine
teenth and Washington streets, at 10
o'clock last night Patrolman Lelsy of
the second nisht relief, was brutally
beaten by a crowd of toughs In the re
sort. As a result of the .affair Harry
McDonald. 11 years of age, will be
compelled to atand trial on a charge
of assaulting an officer. . John Doe war.
ranta have been leaued lor tne arrest
of four others. .
POOR TRAIN SERVICE
i DELAYING THE MAILS
Numerous complaints were made at
the poetofflce today because of the de
lay la receiving eouthern and eastern
man. to earn ana every complainant
Poatmaater Mlnto had to explain that
Southern Paclfto train No. 1 and O. R.
N. train No. I ware late by many
hours. The Southern Paclfio train, due
at T:ll this morning, wilt not arrive be
fore o'clock tonight, and the O." R. A
N. train due at 0:41 thla morning did
not arrive until 1:10 thla afternoon.
WILL FORCE VOTE ON
.QUESTION OF STRIKE
-.; -' aaasssasBBseBSBssBssaaaas r ,
fJoersal giweiai Serrlee.l
Chicago, Juns II. The rank and file
of the newspspers In thla city will In
sist on a referendum vote on the atrlke
nueatlon before action la taken. It is
declared "that the national office la not
allowed to declare a strike without a
vota . Secretary Russell la reported to
be on his wsv to Chicago to collect the
DIES OF LJURIES
' (Special Dispatch to The Jeeraal.) .
Astoria, Or., June IS. Cleve Jennings,
who was snot py J. ttowisoy early yes
terday morning, died at S o'clock yes
terday afternoon. Bowlsby 'will have a
preliminary examination before Justloe
of the Peace Goodman Immediately after
ths coroner s inquest.
fspff m mum;
LUI LI. I U UUILU I
Harriman' Plans ImproTe
ment of line Between
' Reno and RoseYille.
(Joarstl Special ervlee.) . '
Reno, Nov. June 11. The report tbst
the Southern Pncifle company was go
ing to build a double track over the
Sierra Navadaa from Reno to Rosevills
has heretofore been vlg oroualy denied,
but Superintendent Palmer of San Fran-
Cisco stated to Sparks that such was the
intention and that the primary purpose
of bis trip to this section waa for the
purpose of Inspecting tne route.
y'E''; whih V. ar encountering
in atrlvlna to handle rapidly the in-
"The new tracks are necessary
creasing traffio over the mountains on
th) Mld , ..w. hav- a
;7iJZ I w .... w n.. mA
111 will D dud m.uTnir
It will be oomparauveiy easy 10 con
t then Bd nu. bufl, j,0ther line
V-nJ rowJ . wi over the mountains parallel to the prea
kT will make Port- , t
in aneaktnr of the project of the
,,-- -'...r i,.. v..
Jh" ,h; 'th: new trskmeiit that
work on the tunnel would not be begun
,w on tha tunr
lor a year at least . - .
Battle Royal' Between Mag
nates Is Expected to De
cide Oriental Traffic.
' (Joaraat (pedal , Serrtoe.)
Loe . Angelea June II. Official an
nouncement that the Port Loa Angeles,
Mallbu at . Huenem railroad la Gould
property, the final construction of which
has been awarded la followed by evi
dent activity on the part of the South
ern Pacific ,
The Western Pacific la already work
ing on the harbor at Wilmington, and
lndlcatlona are that a Dame royai Be
tween Harriman, and Gould for oriental
traffic will be waged, with Harriman al
ready firmly established at Port Los
Angeles. It la atated on good authority
that Harriman will very ohorMy com
plete the formation of a line of steam
ers to ply between his wharf and China
and Japan, thua wresting the vast traf-
no-from his nvai oerore me lauer gets
m foothold. Official announcement of
this la expected In a few weeke.
Harriman la now concluding plana for
Increaaing hia harbor facllltiea at Port
lxa Angelea These plana are said to
Include a breakwater for better protec
tion of shipping. '. -
LARGE CLASS FROM :,v V;i
SALEM HIGH SCHOOL
. (Special Dlspatek e The learaat)
Salem, Or.. June II. Ths aecond an
nual eommenoement of the Salem high
school waa held last night In- the as
sembly hall of tha high school building.
Forty-two young Popls were granted
diplomas. - The class address waa de
livered by Governor Chamberlain. The
diplomaa were presented by Director A.
At Lee. Miss Rebecca Miles won schol
arship honors and waa awarded the
scholarship offered by Whitman . col
lege. The members of the graduating
o,, Florence Prince, Alts Altaian,
lass are: vjnaries a. narnsun. unn
RMlih Clarke. Psul Miller. Alonso Per
kins, Alfred Schramm, Frank Barton,
Theodore Klndtg. Grace Lick. Robert
Paulus, Edna Ravage, Leollne Skalfe
(president), Henrietta Hoyser, Alice
McCauley, Ross Mclntlre, Chester
Moo res, Ralph Mooree, Ralph Cronise.
Ralph St. Pierre, Etta Welch. Mabel
nr.dfnrit Mildred Raalev. Helen Colvln.
r.niunt rvala. Ward Fiaher. Paul John-
aon. Etta Nelson. Rebecca Miles, Cor-
rlne Miller. William Mott. Glen Nlles.
Edith Regan. Eva Starkey, 'Harold
Smith, Sophie Catnn. Kntn Beinnger.
Claire Vlbbert, Mildred Perkins and Lo-
lah Bella,. - '
WASHINGTON VETS "
v MUgT BE EXAMINED
. -. SseHai DwSiteh ta Ths leer sat) v
Olympla, Wash., Juns II. 3overnor
Mead has appointed Dr. O. Hartnagle
of Seattle aa a member of the state
board -of veterinary ' medical examiners
under the new law. The board consists
of Dr. 8 B. Nelson of Pullman, state
veterinarian, ex-offlclo chairman, and
two appointees named by the governor.
The third member will be named today.
Dr. Hartnagel'a term expires March 11,
not. - ' ' ' '
The law provides for ths examination
of appllcanta and the llcenalng of vet
erinary aurceona ' All who have been
practicing for two yea re or more In the
state or who may be graduates "of a vet
erinary college prior to 1001 are admit
ted without examination upon a certifi
cate of good character from 10 free
holders. The old-fashioned "horse "doc
tors" who plv the art without pay and
United Statea army veterinarians are
exempt from the. statute, aa-ere also
those wno limit tneir animal surgery 10
dehorning or simllnr simple surgery
upon domestic animals. The fee Is l
tor eacn certiiicate.
DENIES SLANG STORY
tJentisI Roeclal Berries.)
Oyster Bay. L. I., June It. President
Roosevelt todav received a telearam
from Oovernor Terrell or Georgia oe-
nylng the story that he wald Roosevelt
sald'Cut It out" to the speakers at. the
Georgia, celebration at Jamestown. . 1
MINERS LISTEN TO !
, - ' (Journal Special Karrlce. ) ""
Denver. June II. The miners con-,
vention today listened to the grievances
against their officers. The locals-received
a gavel from the wood workers
of Chicago; , ' . 1
GOVERNMENT TROOPS '!
ROUT CHINESE REBELS
, ' ,. ... - - . ".
. .. (Joaraal Special asrrtce.)
Hongkong. June II. Two government
regiments defeated a body of Insurgents
at Pats Zewan, forcing the rebels to flee
ecroes the river. The regulars loat one
officer, and 10 men. '
REGULAR TRAINS ON
; PACIFIC AND EASTERN
7 ' ' (gpseiat Mapatrb ts The JesrasLi
Medford, Or., June 1. The equip
ment for the Pacific Eastsrn rsllwny
Is In rsadlness. and a regular schedule
will be maintained between Medford and
Eagle Point after Juna 11. ,
TO TRAIN DUEL
Encounter Was Preceded by
; r Many Days of Bitter ; -
' ; Quarreling:
RIVALS TOGETHER IN
SAME LOGGING CAMP
Ueeting on Train, Ford Fires Five
Shots 00 Sight, Hltttag Twicw
'.' Butler Fire .Twice, One Bullet
Piercing Victim's Heart, ,;
' (Special Dispatch (e The JoarsaL)
Eugene. Or.. June II John Ford and
the woman over wltom the trouble areas
that yesterday led to his death at the
hands of W. L. Butler, were married In
tha county jail here February II. 10.
He was serving a term for unlawful
cohabitation with tha woman, whose
name waa Stella Kidgeway. Upon their
marriage ha was released and the couple
went to. Portland, where they lived un
til the wife obtained a divorce a month
ago at Oregon City. Ford and the wo
man lived In the Stuelaw country weat
of Eugene at the time of their arrest
on the charge mentioned. The woman
was under ags and a separata charge
waa lodged against htm, but upon their
marriage it was aisraissea.
Ford was aged about -15 years and
Butler about 0. The latter baa been
married, hi wire having aiea several
years ago. He has lived in tne Mo
hawk valley for a long time and Is
known as a bard worker. He naa sev
Sad Quarreled for Says.
Vnnl earn a to Eua-ana from Portland
a couple of weeka ago and wentto work
In the logging camp above Wendling
for the Booth-Kelly Lumber company.
A few days ago Butler and the woman
arrived from Portland, and they too
went to Wendling, and Butler .also se
cured work In the logging camp. From
tne time or tne arrival 01 nuiwr ana
the woman at Wendling till the time of
the ahootlna the two men .had trouble
over her. Yesterday morning they met
In the town and a row eneuea. enaing
In threata agalnat each others Uvea.
Butler boarded a passenger train .that
was about to pull out for Eugene about
I o ciock yesteraay aiiernoon, rvra iot
lowed him and entered the car at the
fox Opened Fire oa Sight.
Aa soon aa "Ford saw Butler he opened
fire upon him with a revolver, empty
ing the chambers of the weapon. Two
of the bullets struck Butler in the left
arm, but Inflicted only. fleshwounda
One went through his ' hat, another
through his collar and the mm tnrougn
his trousers leg. .
Butler was surprised at the -attack
and stood in the middle of the car until
hla aaaailant got through shooting and
then drew hta revolver and fired. Both
ahota entered Ford's body, one of them
filerclng his heart, and he died almost
Butler gave himself up to the con
stable at Wendling and the officer at
once atarted with him for Eugene. They
arrived here after 4 o'clock and.. the
prisoner was placed In the county jalL
BRIDGE OF THE GODS
, a;DRAWtSLABGE CROWD
The Bridge of the Gods which la to
be played at ths Helllg theatre thla
evening, was given ita flrat 'performance
last night at Forest Grove. . It wss wit
nessed by the largest crowd that haa
ever been present at any thing of this
kind. It could not be presented In the
open air oa the campus, aa advertised.
account or tne inclemency 01 tne
weather, but was given In the auditor
ium of the chapel. The atage waa aet
with, natural scenery and waa an ex
cellent Imitation of an open air set
ting. The large audience waa very en
thusiastic. The building was packed to
the doors, even standing room being at
a premium.' - From every Indication the
Krformanoe tonight at the Helllg will
an equal If not even a greater auc-csaa-'
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TO YEAR IN COUNTY JAIL
,. One year In Ihe county Jail waa the
sentence Imposed upon W.- B. Holdlmaa
by Judge Oantenbeln In ths circuit court
this morning for asaault upon l-y ear-
old Hattla Fee, out of which grew the
prosecution 01 ur. c ti. x. Atwooa lor
performing an alleged Illegal operation
on the alrL Jadce Oantenbeln ssld that
he naa intenaea o eentence noiaiman
to the penitentiary,' but recommenda
tions for leniency that had been made
to him bad induced him to lesaen the
punishment. Holdlman had . pleaded
United States Attorney William C
Bristol left this morning for Denver to
attend the convention that will be held
there next week to discuss the igov
srnment's publio land policy. Mr. Bris
tol Is one of the 10 delegates appointed
by Governor Chamberlain to represent
Oregon and will probably make aeveral
eneecheo oerore. tne -oeiegsies. in at
tendanca He will be - gone about a
Senator Benjamin R. Tinman, of
South Carolina, accompanied by Mrs.
Tillman and their three young daugh
t.r. .ra brief visitors in Portland yea.
tarda v. Tha. TUImsns were at the
rrmnn hotel between trains from San
Frsncisco to Seattle, and spent their
time while In the Rose lty In sightsee
ing,. Senator Tillman said that they all
r,..etiiv n loved their brief stay and
were greatly surprised at the wonderful
development of the city. -
BUvar .cup presented td PubllBher
Phil 8, Bates by-ths 15 Oregon
girta while on their trip east.
(( 4 t).
Coroner's Jury Clears W.' L.
; Butler Men Fought
t Duel on Train. ?'
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' .' .J . -
V. (gpeelal Dispatch te The JeamaL) . ,'
Eugene. Or., June II. At tha inquest
over, ths body of John. Ford, who waa
killed at Wendling yesterday by .W. L.
Butler; the coroner's Jury this morning
returned a yerdlot of justlflabls homi
cide. ' ' " ", ' .
Butler was- held over night In the
county Jail here. He has two bullet
hniu in ti lr arm. aa results Of the
duel he fought on a train at Wendling
late yeeterday afternoon.
Love of Ford a dlvoroed wife was the
cause of the trouble. Ford's wife se
cured a divorce at Oregon City a few
ago and., a anort time
Meted to sacura wora. in.rne mean
time Ford had come to Eugene, where
he began drinking heavily and threat.
ened that he "would nx" Butler. He
went to Wendling yesterday. The men I
met on the train and the duel ensued.
- Ford'a body waa brought to the
morgue here and Butler came to; the
county jail and gave himself up to the
authorltlee. ' '
, BRAHDS 171FE
Womans Tongue Seared and
v Body Marked With Red
.. Hot Irons.v- '
- (Joaraal apeekd
Los Angelea. June 11. Mrs. Julia Sal
ladln ' secured a divorce from Carlton
Salladln on grounds of cruelty almost
beyond belief. It was shown in court
that six . months ago Salladoa . became
enraged at his wlfea refined and dell-
ate . little woman, tnrew ner on me
'loor. choked her into insensibility and
then- resorted to hideous torture. -Heating
an iron almost to whiteness.
he seared her protruding tongue and
branded -her for-life on tne arms ana
body with the terrible instrument, and
presence or meir two nine
children. Then he deserted her to es-
cape arrest and punishment for hla hor
rible" deed. Tne numan victim ox tne
branding-Iron told a pitiful etory that
brought teara to the Judge's eyes. She
waa given the custody of her children.
JURY CHARGED IV.-; -
, IDAHO LAND CASES
; (special Dispatch te The Joaraat)
Moscow, Ida, June II. Juror Robin
son waa brought into court on a
stretcher thla morning and Judge Diet
rich gave hla Instructions In the land
cases. It was the first time the Juror
had been out of his room since Thurs
day, amd, old and feeble, he -looked mors
ilka nnaa thia a live man.' He waa
attended by two physicians and a trained
nurse, ana tne court mnuuuuiu m.i iu
care of specialists would be continued
during the deliberations of tha Jury, but
precautions muat be taken not to dis
cuss ths case in their presence. .
Judge Dtetncn a cnarga te consiaervu
fair and Impartial and but few exoep
tiona were taken by the defenae. -
CHICAGO TEAMSTERS :
WILL STRIKE- TONIGHT
.' ' ' (Joaraal Special Berries.) ;
Chicago, June 18. It seems certain
that a Ms stockyards teamstsrs' strika
iil ha declared at mldnlaht tonight.
Tha teamaters have been ordered to
take their property In the barns home.
The men win meet at o'clock tonight
tt 1- riacidad that if no word la heard
from the packera by midnight a atrlke
will be declared Involving 1.000 men at
the beginning and likely to paralyse the
yards. The packera are standing pau
ROOSEVELT WILL NOT
RULE LAND CONGRESS
fJaoraal Snaciat Barries.)
tvf ' Juna IS. A few delerates to
the land convention to be held Tuesday
ra .rrivlna. Ranator Taller, who la la
charge of arrangements, haa received a
letter rrom senator carter ox jaontana
aaylng that president itooeeveit as
aurad him that Secretary Garfield. For-
aater Plnchot and other officials ars not
going to the convention to control Ita
deliberations. - , -
England will aid
IN PACIFYING JAAN
-:" fJosrsal BMelal Barrlre.)
Bi.-t.k n l .nil T.. n II ft
111m111911v.11, B "
Claude MacDonald, British ambassador
to Jftpan, haa been especially Inatructed
to takS immediate steps 10 onng oetter
relstions between Japan and the United
Btatee. The Instructions follow com
municatlons between. Washington and
London. . - '
DR LAMAR SEELEY
DIES IN NEW YORK
. y va
News of the death of Dr. Lamar See
ley In New York city yeaterday morn
ing was received by telegraph last night
by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Bee-
ley, Dr.- Seeley was one of the physl
cisns ' at St. Luke a hospital in Nsw
Yerk. His death was unexpected and
the cause is unknown nere. e waa a
graduate af Portland academy,
LITTLE BOY DIES
? ; OF HORSE'S KICK
Iftneeial Dlsoateb te The JoaraaLI
Pendleton, Or, June . II. Mertnn
Cooper, the 7-year-old son of Mr, and
Mrs. Archie Cooper, who live In Little
McKay creek, died last night as the
result of a horse kicking him In the
forehead while he was playing In the
yara at nis noma. . , . ,
.; DUE HERE TUESDAY
The flagship Charleston In command
of Admiral Bwlnburn of the Pacine
squadron, will arrive In Portland har
bor next Tuesday at noon. Pilot W. H.
Patterson has been requested to take
the cruiser to Portland. She will
main here over the Fourth of July,
.' Women Can Be Notaries. ? -
iftnerlal in-patea te The Jmrssl.t
" OlvmDla. Wash.. June II. In an onln
Ion given nut today, the attorney gen
eral'e office holds that ths law jMUae4
bv the last legislature providing fortthe
appointment or women as notaries puo
lla I constitutional. , ,., . ,
B LOOE : :
Officers and Board of Direct-;
ors Likewise Chosen by
.-' Purified Reed.
CIVIC DECENCY IS .
. DESIRE OF MEMBERS
Late Manager of Devlin Campaign
-., and OrganJaer of Moremen Will
. ', Be General Manager C. DerUa
, Cbosea Preaideata ' ' t
F. . B: Reed, who came to Portland .
last year to run- the pollUoa of tha eity
and ths state, naa completed tha ruleo
and by-laws of his Oregon Republican
Tlvlo league. He baa also elected of-
fleers and a board of directors.
Ths object of ths league, as explained,
by Mr. Reed In ths by-laws la no pro
mots ths principles of olvlo dsosney in ,
the official Ufa and advanoa ths prin
ciples of popular - self-government la
the varioua departmeirU of our state.
county and city government ana to aa-'
vanoe tne material interests ana weu
w. e ik. unni. Ae h .Lt.1 , X
am tm wntnu auaatw.
Mr. Reed In person will be geAeral
manager and overseer of the leagu
which shall "promote the nrlnclpli
civio decency in tne ornciai me.
Reed waa ths late manager of T. C
i.w tiiu 1 a1.7vf.117 vauupaian anu Hw x
been more or leaa prominently identl-
nea witn other poiiucai enorta.
' Motives BeavrolsaO.
Reed . denies that hta league waa
formed to aid tha political aaplratlona
of any Individual or est of Individuals.
its motive are purely oeoevoient. aa
ye. and the building up of a greater
and better city la the nope of the league.
"Civic pride" and "a cleaner city" are
favorite terma which Reed rolla of glib
ly in describing the purposes or tus ,
league. . . -
Officers of ' ths league were elected
yesterday ss follows; T. C. Devlin.
S resident; W. B. Glafke, first Ttoe-preal-ent:
W. Cooner Morris, treasurer: J. B.
Coffey, aecretary; executive board -W.
u. Ayer, w. tt. aicuarry, nig eicnei,
Charles F. Beeba, H. B. In gram. -
It la planned, aoooroing to rteea. to
see that the streets of Ihe city shall
be kept in perfect condition. One ob-.
Ject of the league la to see that no
weeds are permitted to grow along th
aide -of any of the streets and to also
see that there are no mud-puddlea. It
le possible that the leagu may advocate
tne appointment ox : aa oiiieuu , duo.
puddle inspector. '
: Civeryone wno aesirve to vwvmw
member will contribute th sum of
ner month, towards maintaining
croaiuoDi in niruwiu. vu. wi
of course, will come Reed'a salary, and
many of the publlo-spirited clUsens are
expected to contribute. . - - . ..
iiAVES KQ W0RD0F : V
- .1.1 T, , . ..
Faithful Employe of O. R. et If. Com
pany Drama Vial of Potaoa
, ' , ; . and Expire.
In the preaenos of his 11-year-old'
daughter. Michael McGlola, former ear
Inspeotor of the, O. X. N. shops at
Alblna, ended hi life yesterday after
noon by swallowing a quantity of car
bolio acid. The tragedy occurred at 4&
Morris street about I o'clock. The be
reaved family of the decedent are un
able to- aaalgn any cauee for th act.
Although . present at . th time her
father drained the contents of a glasa
containing the acid, the little girl waa
unaware of th character of the potion
until too lata Upon detecting th odor
of carbolic acid the girl quickly sum
moned Mrs. McOloln from an adjoining
room. - Antidotes were administered and
Dr. Curtis Holeomb quickly aummoned,
McGloln succumbed ehortly after th.
arrival of the pbyalclan and th
tiae waa notlflea. - : .
Mcaroln resigned from th employ ef
th railway company after many years
of faithful service, but there waa noth-
ing la hla demeanor to Indicate despond- -ency.
After rellnqulahlng hla position
MoQIoln made no effort to secure other r
employment and la aald to have takadl
to strong drink. - ,...
Deceased waa a native of Ireland. 41
yeara of age, and had resided In this
City ror tne past is years. wiuu-, ,
snd nln children survive him, Mc
Gloln waa a member of tha Woodmen
of the World and several other fraternal
organlsationa ; . , , . -
MISS OLIVE D0NNELL '
Miss OUv Donnall, a graduate In tha
February class of the Portland High,
nluiAt haa Haan aalactad hr tha Schol
arship committee- of th Oregon branch
of Collegiate Alumna to tttend tha
University ox uregon xor tne 7-100T-S.
The acholar Is chosen by com
petitive examination each year, but th
iriviiege OX retaining tne acnuiaraniu
ill the end of the course la extended If
the acholar doea good work and wishes
to retain It, 1-tst yeafe representative,
who did excellent-?-work, will oontlnu
her course at the state university at her
own expense that another may have
th opportunity of receiving th honor
this year. - . ' - , r
SULLIVAN ESTATE IN '
.HIGHEST COURT AGAIN
(Rpeelsl Wapeteh to The Josrasl) -Olympla,-Wash.,
June 11. Ths esl.
brated John Sullivan eatat case la to
come- before the supreme court one
more, according to an order today di
rected to Superior Judge Frater of
King county, .."
The order direct that th findings
recently transmitted by Judge Frater
be returned to him, With the request
that he transmit new findings, together
with tha avManea taken hv him and .
such other papers aa he may think
HAYASHI SAYS JAP
ATTACK IS TRIVIAL
(Joernal Ipeetal avrvlee.)
Toklo, June II. Minister Hayasht at
a conference of statesmen ennounced
that the last Incident In connection with
the alleged attack upon San Francisco
Jspsnese wss too trivial to warrant
diplomatic action. He declared that
Washington and Toklo ars la complete
CITY SCHOOL BOARD IS :
; ELECTING TEACHERS
The city school hoard began the elec
tion of teachera thla morning for th
next year. The list was so extensive
that It was necessary to adjourn until
afternoon to complete It Most of the
time was spent In the reelection of old
teachere and passing on examination.
ft la KHu ll e . K .l.tn.. ii.
. . ... ... . . . . ... . iwvMiua win
IPS completed tonight, .