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THE OREGON DAILY JOURNAL, PORTLAND FRIDAY EVENING, JUNE 13, UJ7.
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TO MAKE PUBLIC ORCHARD'S THREATS TRUST FOSOKG
Easterly Admits That Guilty
Knowledge of Crime Was
. .s Concealed by Him. .
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SLOW PROGRESS MADE
: . BY HAYWOOD DEFEXSE
John No-gent and Edgar Wilson Stay
...... Quarrel With Darrow Attorneys
Still Seek to Prove Orchard Liar.
(Br Hugh O'Neill, special commissions
Jow uenver roei ana ureion juurumtj)
x BoUe, Ilah,Jw-I4---A . steamlnsl
hot morning, with a cool breese 111 tins
occasionally from aomewbere. ;and
court room almost vacant of spectators
and "Bill" Easterly, nee of Crlppla
Creek. 4s on tha stand to call Harry Or-
chard a liar. If It goes on as it baa
started the defense will be calling some
body to prove that Orchard used to eat
peas with his knife and often neglectefl
to have his hands manicured. And by
that time counsel for defense may be
denuded of two of ita members, tapari
Wilson and John Nugent were not pres-
ent with tha defending counsel yester-
day and they are not present today, t
When Darrow had ended the examln-
aation of "Bill" lavla and Borah had
wiped him out as a creditable witness,
John Nugent said this or something like
; this to Darrow: ; .
"Putting a man Ilka that on the atand
Is putting a noose around Haywood's
And, since that John Nugent has not
. coma to court Kor that matter tha
: rest of tha defending counsel might as
well stay away too, for all tha progress!
. the case is making. This morning me
defense Is yawning. Darrow examining
"Kill" Easterly i is somehow like a
' hnnrrilnir crew without arsnDllna irons.
la asks Questions slowly: he of ten I
. stops to consult with Richardson andi
Jtaywooa; ana jtasieny answers in m
hunt rlxar voire without SnV hes-
lutlon at all. Easterly has told him
' that above everything else tha Western
Federation of Miners has been devoted
to peace. Its leaders never counseled
violence. He only knew Orchard as a
ambler. Who worked Just occasionally,
ut Orchard waa not a character h
rxrA In anxrirtnte with.
Alan ha has told Clarenoa Darrow
that tha nonunion miners in Victor I
were often rude to the union men. And
the day after tha Independence depot
explosion ha waa at a meeting in vic
tor. ': ' fireworks Bacla.
"A man called Hammond." said Mr.
Easterly, "made a few remarka. He
said the Independence explosion was a
dastardly act of tha Western Federa
tion. Ha said that if the cltisens did
not take that in hand and bang 60 orj
mora and run the rest out oi me dis
trict that the citizens would get their
just. dues. Then," said Mr. , Easterly,
smiling, "the fireworks began.4 I had a
revolver. I got a bit excited myself."
"Then," aald Clarence Darrow, "where
did you go? " and tha next moment he
tried to stop Easterly in-his answer,
but Easterly finished at a gallop.
"Then," ha said, "I ' went home and
got my gun and on my way home I
called in and saw Steve Adams and I
'told Steve Adams of the , threat! that
had been mada." . , - ,
Now the defense Is anxious to keen
the name, ot Steve Adams .out ox . tuts
case ana n is more man .anxious noi
to have its own witnesses displaying
any particular friendship ror mm.
However, Easterly had been too quick
Thereafter he testified to the beauty
of Pettibone'a character, to his great 1 lived there."
Twenty-Fit o Plants to Com
bine in Such Way as to Be
Beyond Sherman Law.
' (Jaarasl "pedal gurtcej
Milwaukee, Wla, June IS. Another
paper mill trust is said to be under
way. It wlU ambtace 15 mills In Tis-
canstn. Michigan and Minnesota, It is
I planned on the lines of the Intel-nation-
KrHmWi? 10MW W will 'thereby
dodge the Sherman law, its projectors
An official of the old Memorial Pa
per company who is interested in the
new slana eaJd: ' . m .
"It the company is organised alona
tne lines now contempiaiea it will D a
k manufacturing ana owning company
arier ine atyje ana cnaracter ot the
Harvester company. It
will in no wav be in eonfllot with tv
federal anti-trust law. It will not be a
sale - combination as waa the uanarai
ud to the sreaenc time na definite
move nas nean nao ror the rormatinn
of the company as all depends on reach
ing an agreement among the manufao
turera rerardlnc the value of tha dif.
Unsatisfactory Prophet. '
Rochester Union and Advertiser.
The Rev. Benjamin Harner nroDhaatad
I that on Wednesday, June I. ltb?. the
water la and around New Tork city
wouia ne turned to diooo. ror one day
only. The prophecy waa not fulfilled.
I It la catting ao that It la Imnoaalbla to
reiy on our propoeis any more.
trary oarasfth -- .
Iscsm and stops
Facsimile of Letter Sent to Mrs. Orchard by, Haywood While ' Orchard
Was in Idaho. , '
said in a casual way that ha was vin
dictive." , f
"Did you aav that?"
"I am not clear on that subject"
"Did Davla make any reply?".
"I don't remember."
"Did Parker make any reply?'
And when Orchard was In CUdwelL
he wrote to you?"
Talked to tlmpkms.
"And you saw Jack ElmpMns in Sli
ver City and he told you that be bad
been toCaidwelt with Orchard?"
"Did Simoklns tell you that ha bad
been in Caldwell : under the name of
Simmons?" r . , r
"And Orchard had written you
from Caldwell Under .the name of Ho-
gan?" -.- :.s.:
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"And voU knew In December: 1905
that the man who bad told you in 1908
that he waa going to kill Steunenberg
waa In Caldwell, In tha noma of Steunenberg?"
I did not xnow mat Bteunenoerg
friendship for Western Federation men
and to his generous hospitality. ' Then
said Darrow with slow tmpressivenesa:
"Now, Mr. Easterly, did yon ever at
any time or nlaoe have any converse-
tion with Harry Orchard or hear any
' conversation of his, with reference 'to
committing any crime or act of vio
lence r '. iV--. f V.
And Easterly answered v him with
equally deliberate impressiveness,' paus-
' ina well Between eacn wora: i ,
; 7,No-8ir-I-dld-not" . , , r t - '
, ', Had Xwttar from Orchard.
"I had a letter from Harry Orchard,"
v eaia Mr. easterly, -written from caid-
well in December. ,1865. But I have
I not got that letter now.' He -spoke of
. the taiK we naa in tuewo with refer
ence to my going Into the life Insur
ance business with him.. He said he
, waa In Ca id weir selling mining stock.
' He said that Caldwell would be a nice
field for that kind of work. He wanted
to know if I would quit , the minea
and take up the life insurance work
. . with him: I replied no- him. but I
didn't keep a, copy of the letter. He
.' wrote me again, but I. haven't got that
- letter either." - '
' Shortly - afterwards Borah took tha
. witness. , . ..."'.,:-, ,,. ..
"Tou ear that in Auruat. 1S0S. Or.
' chard told you and Davis and Parker
mat ne woma am steunenbergr'
x vm, vir.
'And after vou heard that tha gov
ernor was killed you still did not tell
any oITicer of the Federation, or any
officer of the law, that Hogan, the man
who .had been arrested, had threatened
to kill Steunenberg?"
"No, sir," said Mr. Easterly. '
"And it was not until a year after I
ine governor's death that you aid teu
any ona or that threat, ana tnen you
told it to the counsel for the defense?"
. "No, sir," said Mr. Eaaterly. t
Easterly loses Coafldemoe. ,
Clarence Darrow, who had been loung-1
ing in his chair, atooa up and leaned
across the back of It Kr. Easterly
was drooping slightly and losing a lit
tle of hla confidence. Borah haa a way
of asking brief questions briefly; when
he gets into action cross-examining a
man he haa something of a gaJUng-gun
effect' and be doesn't 'Tump lead,'1
either. - He Sights for an eyeshot After
those admissions . about Steunenberg
that had been hammered out of him ao
sharply, Mr. Easterly's voice waa not so
loud and high, and hla manner waa not
ao cheerful. But then, of course, a man
who takes tne witness-stand la a court-1
room with the intention of impressing a
jury witn nis own simple nonesiy anon
integrity, and then admits the "guilty 1
knowledge- or tne intention or another
man to assassinate a governor of one of
the statea of America, cannot well fee
very comfortable. Mr. Easterly's busi
ness bad been to - tell the Jury , that
Harry Orchard was a liar, and to make
thA itiiln believe Kaaterlv. Tha tnt-r
probably does believe ftiat Harry Or
chard la somewhat or a-liar, but after
those admlssiona of Easterly to Borah-
the Jury will not be likely 'disbelieve
In Orchard on the word of Eaaterly.
The man who goes for equity must go
with clean hands.
Oaras avecy sJIsaesi
s Haa ar Baaai
that a g e asaaai
Maae ao oosl
"Without the firm name
won't got Tou mast sand
vn name along. See page
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ON SALE ALL DAY
Reguhrjaluc 1 lXN'lli
; Seven Piece Crystal Berry Sets consisting of one1
large dish and six individual dishes
0,31 irIt? iifJVZ&j &$?1n)
Operators Accuse Employers
, of Accepting Public's Coin
for Service Not Given.
, (Joaraal Special Service.)
Baa Francisco. June it. Although the
Western Union company claims to be
handling all of the business . tendered
a emH'rh! " d official, declare that the com
waa going to kill the governor of this p&nT,u Pltl P with its work, the
state, and you believed
.v... v. a i striKina . leiearannera aueae mai - ta
" ",WM" stead of sending messages received -out
"I was not well enourh acoualn "y wire they are being mailed. '
with tha man to know whether he In- , " iL2Zkl ??? rZl?Z 11
teded,to carry out his remarks or IZlXrArTX'Xmi
wtn b' that w-hiuT-thY usuarnumbi? eesd7 .00i
and that less than 609 are being received
; v. "Well, yea
, - "Did you make any reply?"
"I don't know but that I might have
. WATCH COFFEE
And Watch It Carefully.
from the east dally, while the usual
number is approximately 8,000. i
Both sides are confident, the operators
declaring that the companies must meet
I their terms, while the employers de-
I dare that the strike Is simmering out
Washington.' Jurie 28.--Labor Com.
missloner Nelll has returned to Wash
tngton Presumably In connection with
the trouble between the operators and
Any brain Worker who depends
' thought for his success In life uses up
energy. -y;. brain , work, a varying PA TTr.PHrwXT, A rTTTSWTl
OF ILLEGAL FENCING
amount or the delicate particles of
phosphate . of potash and albumen, of
which the brain and nerve centers are
. The fine, microscopic particles of I Montana Grand Jury Probes History
' phosphate of potash are found in quan
tities la the pores of the skin after the
, brain has been used actively. This
rnuat he replaced from' food, or brain
fag and nervous prostration set in.
, This breaking down of the little cells
each day, from brain work alone, is a
natural process, and the cells can readily
be rebuilt from the right sort of food,
of Land Grabbing bj the
- (8pcetal Dispatch te The Journal)
Helena.-Mont, June 18. The federal
grand Jury,, which has been in session
the system is not interfat-AA ni.L . ... . ..
by drugs, but if an lncreaaH I eaerai juage Muni tooay ana was oie-
n .VDhvH-81? u?i charged, Twenty-nine indlctmenta were
ftff 7h ot returned, and 0;
Freouently it first show, in ilv..... warrants were issuea in ovner
lack of power of the bowels to iterate I forrvi? marauiu
t these It were made
Warrants . were Issued In other
yrupeny, fKiyiiwiuo oi - u neart, or
some oiner ica oi vitality, and healthy
viicor. There la but one thing for a
rnnsinie man or woman to dOr-qult cof
m noBoimeiy. ara io ao, you say.
lake up Postum Food Coffee, use it
Some rather tartllnr results are an
ticipated, it .being understood that in
cluded in the list are some of the lead
ing livestock men in-the state, charged
with fencing public lands.
ur ine indictments made public, the
1 i , , . , , . . - V IllUfl.LJ
T1 Vo,. will iiZ T i YiV.i,U ,MS 5,t: important are those of Antolne
goMl. lou will find a well defined, un-l Nenemah chirnit witTr mnrdr nrt th
V. hr.Ii-.. . -"a.2 ''laa .Tea Nison, charged with theft of
w.v,..., ,,c,.,u, u inmut-i posiai supplies destined for the post
? i. . . , "UJa v" master at Bpokane. from a wrecked car
other hnnd, you are taking a powerful, on thereal Northern.. The others ire
nourishing liquid food which quickly re-j minor in nature, such as -Introducing
;r"", IZlliZXV,1 reserve, larceny ana onnv
I. rove io ineir own satisfaction by actual
i l osium in VLSi'n tiy brain workers
all over the world. , Don t call It a "sub
utute" for coffee: leave out the coffee
t-roposition altogether. Iostum Is a
J Hid food and a true food drink.
'Vtre'a a Hcaaou' ' " .
floor wQI be thq Poflatch State batik
and the postofflce, while the upper floor
will be used for an opera-house with a
seating capacity of 400 in tha main
room and 250 In the balcony. New fur
niture has arrived lor , the bank and
pOStOIZlceV'-'t- J., ; ;.,-?:;; ;
Thia town is owned solely by the
Weyerhaeuser syndicate and contains
2,000 people and the biggest sawmill
in tne worio.
Notice to the Public
' Frederick B. Sootford is no
longer the representative of the .'
Quota club, nor has he any au
k' thorlty whatever . to associate .
I. the ' nana of 1 the Quoin Club
with .his In connection with any .
' business, transaction whatso-
, ever. Any', communications .
' l should be addressed to tha see- ..
' retary of the Quoin Club, 111::
' Fifth avenue, New Tork City.
Drink Pabst Blue Rib
bon Beer at meals and
between meals, both as
an aid to digestion and for
the tonic properties of
the hopa it contain. -
It is rich In food yahea
; from the : Pabst Perfect
TNffhf.Tlav Malt An1 Mm.
ff tains only enough alcohol
.V to stimulate the digeethre
- organs to healthy action.
' Yon will never acquire,
but overcome, the desire for
strong drink by using Pabst
Blue Ribbon Beer, because
its food values far exceed
its stimulating properties.
Charles Kohn ft Cov .
Cor. srd k Pine Sts PortUuid,
Phone Mala 469.
Bank Building at Potlatch. .
Potlatch. Idaho. June 5 A fin. tat.
story brick structure. (0 by 110 feet,
has heea completed here. Ca the lower
; COFFEE : 4 ,
and tcap Schilling's Best, I
is sold by about 9,000
crrnr rrc wrf nf tri T?rirkv'
Mountains. , , ,
tmr grocer retsras rest smscs if yes seat
A particularly strong "puller, for Saturday Is this
offering of Men's stylish and well made (j L O
Pants; worth $4 while they last at. . .. )aWUO
i 11 i fTvrrrt
Go anywhere up town and price these suits and youll
not find a place where you can get them tj 'I O C
for less than $?5. ' Our sale price..,.;, ) 1 &Ou
Saturday will be a "hummef'Vat tfiis store. Wc are being pushed around
"from one corner oi the place to anbther by the, workmen who constantly
complain that "we are in their way with our goods." , Tomorrow you'll
find some rare offerings that we taake to get the goods out of the store
; : altogether, for to do their work the " -
For Gocd Valnes
H) I A M
FIRST AND YAMHUvL . First and YamhlH
Men?s Tan and Patent
Oxfords, Worth $4,00
Broken sizes, best values ever offered at (jj f v-l ,
the price Come early for these at. 1 0
035 Values forC$I4.85
Suits Worth 015, 09.S5
Fashionable light grays, tailored up to the minute.
. No sich values anywhere .