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VOL. VI. , NO. 108
I President of Western Feder
" r ation Proyes Good Witness
V for. Defense in Ha,
; Trial Explains Connec-
;tion With' Orchard;
Br John Nlaa.)
rii. n n WWjri AVnTO PA PUT f I I Tfl R QCfl ft
401 ii u ii m. ii. ., y.u L&ujiinx 1 u iy. "CPIACU' lID ' -:' DIP TflllOT
flfl NnrirW: ; I fbenzied phascier pbAises epckefellee:, I ulKlnUirUr '.' DIU lliUul
wfwV: , fvtnnwf I Vi3:.''V v . . b' , : 3' Gorernmeiit Asks EeceiTer
rill r I 1 1 1 1 if i r V! ;f1'i.'-- x ,L ' i
1 UlV UlVllwl - , ; Thirty or Forty Are Prob- :f ; v.' ?
; r . v r ; ;ably Killed or Injured- I ' t
?itV:,'-:;- 4 f T . ; ; 1 1 , : : ' ' Course of Construction fi t " a
I' ' Cauffht by FaUingr Walls. fil : , " M .
- I ii' - .- - . i rl-. ... - ita . i ... ...
: 1-. B0U4, Zda Jus 10. With cawda H.
Moyar, praaldant ot tha Waatara rd
' aratloa of Mlnara oa tha stand, tha da-
, fanaa bsaa today leadlnf . Ita - trump
: carda to wla tha nat ataka. tha Ufa
'ef WlUlam D. Haywood, accuaad of tha
' i murdar ' of. formar Oorarnor Frank
; " Staunanbarc - Moyar prorad a ood wit
; paaa. Ha waa oalra, eool and eollaefM and
racltad In an avan .voice his connection.
with tha fedaratlon from, tha day ha
first -bacama a member in Lead. South
' . pakota. to tha day ha was taken from
ttla shoma and burrlad under (uaTd--U
rlhis city'-i - . '
'"Orchard never receWed a cant from
.' ma to commit any crime," ha aasertexfc
' Jo these words tha real purpose of tha
defense srs made apparent. "If Orchard
commit tetany orlmea, a he himself aa
. serts. ha did so, not at tha request f
Moyer, Haywood or Pettlbone, but be-
causa of personal reasons or arrsnge
manta. .'-.--. . " - . - -, ,
'r Olras Orchard ' tha Ua. ;
Moyer" s tsstlmony was a real denial
f every material charce made aralnst
, him and Haywood by Orchard.' He ex
plained the connection of Harry Orohard
' With himself on the memorable trip to
- Ouray. ' Which culminated In his arrest
and detection In-the bull-pen at TeUu
rlde for. desecrating the American flag,
by aaylhc that Orchard wanted to so
to eilverton to look for work and lie
- went to help him protect hlmaalf from
assault by agents of the mine owners.
. Hs swore posltlrely that Orchard lied
when ha said that ha used hia (Mover's)
shotgun to kill Lyta Gregory, declaring
that the gun wnicn ne 100s to uurr
- never had been discharged. Ha Identi
fied the flag poster, which resulted In
nls arrest, on which on alternate stripes
' af tha American flag carried tha ehargea
. against tha Colorado authorities. '
Through It all Moyer was a good wlt-
Tiess for tha defense, although he threw
' little light on condltlooa In Cripple
- Creek district not already , in rown oa 11
by previous witnesses.
. MM. Koyst IndlgWrt.
11tk 'Moyer occupied a aeat In tha
dourtroom and through tba - tedloua
day's proeoerlnga tha witness's eyes
' many times rested lovingly on her. She
la lndlsnant over the publication of
fitorlea to the' effect that certain aoolal
Mil era of this city have taken her up
I avmnathised with her In her trou-
S. plea, and used their influence to have
Vfer Impraaa upon her husband that If
.le will confess, ha cannot be nunlabad
a d will oa permmea o go irae.
Hr. Moyer haa nothing to confess,"
e.iiT-waa. -wnv. tnia storv is an aoso-
- lute lie. I have never met nyof the
people mentioned In these rumors, ana
will not. They condemned my husband
: on heard an falsa and oerjured atata-
rnenta, and I would acorn to have any-
Tba opening hour of tha ' Haywood
trial waa conaumed In reading depoal
' tlona Two minor witneaaea went on
the stand. Than Charlea H. - Moyer.
president of the Western Federation of
Miners, was called. Tha news that
it oyer was on tha stand spread quickly
and the courtroom rapidly filled.
1 In" 1IT Moyer Joined the Western
. Federation of Minora and aerved -as
I president of the Lead. South Dakota, lo-
(Contlnua' on Pass Two.)
SAY SAHTA FE
Uailroad Indicted at Chicago
for Favoring: the United
States Sugar Company; ;
.' (Josraal eseeiet aerrfeeV '
Chicago, July 10 The federal grand
Jury this morning returned an -indictment
against the Santa Fa railroad
choking It with granting I1M09 In re.
to tns i;niteo mates sugar isni
'company. Tha Indictment contalna ti
it la charged that the Santa Fa gave
eke sus-ar concern rebates on shipments.
f cf DMIiains material aurins;. ma ron
struction of Its refinery at Uarden City,
Ksneas, in ju.
Frederick H. Colvln of tillda.Trolo
rsdo, snd Kdwsrd Ecks of f'hlcssn were
aleo lodlrted for uelng twe malls In
selling allesed wortliless Stock in a
ywood f " V. Eignt Uie iJeiore iiescuers Ei . T v r . a
h v-':'-V r . Arnve -Men Working" on B,; .
1' :'V THOMAS VT.
Says Eockefelletf Is a "Good
Wholesome Man, Made in
" the Image bfllis God.7
. . (Jearsal Bpedel Berrlre.)
New Tork, July 10. Before Thomas
W. Lawson's recent return from Europe
It was reported be had entered Into an
alliance with the Standard oil and the
"system" which during tha last few
years he has bitterly denounced and that
on coming back he would take charge of
the stock market manlpulationa for the
Lawson's advertisements, which be
hss been running In eastern newspapers
for the purpose of shaping tha market
since, a few days after hie arrival hare,
now show this report to bo correct. Ha
(Continued on Para Fourteen.)
Mansion of Municipal Affairs Made Attractive Place To-'
day .by Sweet Pea:Eihibit Little Gardeners of Pub- i;
: lie Schooh Accomplished Wonderful Things. : '7':
The flowers that bloom in tha spring.
tra lat ,. v ' .
Have nothing J to do -With the case,
r-cn lal'; r-i. - ? r ' "
Fdr these are ' all' flowarg that are
raised in summer. But one girt waa
heard, to complain that if they had lat
them exhibit earlier aha would have had
better ones to show. So aha evidently
thought that the flowers that bloom In
the spring, tra la, had something to do
with the case, tra la. But the majority
of them said they would have had more
flowers latar, so 'tha .'"case" : Is about
0venel ur. '..''" I , - . .
And ail this. about a (west pea ex-
PORTLAND, OREGON, ? WEDNESDAY. EVENING, JULY' 10, 1907. SIXTEEN PAGES.
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LA.WSON. ' '. r
TO PAY HIS BILLS
Plea Made in Circuit Court
by 0. E. Wiley Given In
determinate Sentence. ,
Pleading the needs of a wife and In
fant babe and discouragement at tha
loss of hi position aa tha reason for
committing forgery, O. R. Wiley waa
sentenced to tha etate penitentiary by
Judge Sears in tha circuit .court this
morning. Wiley waa charged with forg
ing a check for $26 on a Seattle bank
snd passing it on April on A. F. Drss
at tha Hcott hotel. He pleaded guilty
this morning and asked the Judge to be
'1 had Just lost my position and the
rent, grocery and my wife's doctor bills
were due," ha said. 1 became despon-
(Conttnued on Page Fourteen.)
titbit in the city halL Such sweet frag
rance does not often pervade tha halls
of the mansion of municipal affairs aa
was dispensed there today. - Sweet paaa,
white, pink, lavender, cream, -red, purple,
cerlee, streaked, striped and spotted
were on display In vases, bowla, baskets,
tumblers, Jelly glsaees and picket Jars.
All had been raised by girls la. the
Multnomah countv schools from seed
given them by County Superintendent
rtoblnaon in Febrarr. And auoh proud
llttlo gardeners as they were, hovering
about their exhibits and anxiously com
psrlng them with each others! x
Tha third floor was made an attrao
tlvs place for the visitors and it waa car-
(Contlnued oa Page Fourteen
CJoarssl apeetai arrtea.)
'PhOadelphia, July 10. Eight parsons
are known to bo dead and It la probable
that between 10 and 40 casualties will
be the result of tha collapse ef Bridge-
man Bros, Iron pipe factory at Fifteenth
street and Washington avenue this
afternoon. Fifteen dead and injured
have already been dug from beneath tha
debris, eight of this number having ex
pired before tha rescuing party. reached
them. Of the other seven, five are
ably fatal lr injured and- the other two
Between 1 ana 1 o cioca mis aiier-
noon the hi pipe factory collapsed
without an instant'a warning. Em
ployes of the place had no time to aave
themselves ana 100 men who were work
ing on an adjoining building which is
In the oourse of construction, were all
caught by tha falling structure. - Some
of those caught in the collapse man
aged to save themselves, but a greater
number were completely buried by tha
debris, 40 still being unacoounted for at
v , Carried to Hospital.
Whan tha crash waa heard a fire
alarm waa turned in and every avail
able ambulance called. Tha nollce de
partment turned out" ita wagons and
some of the Injured were carted to the
hospitals in . pushcarts and wheelbar
rows. . . '
The nrement ran lines arnuna tno
km nf the dlaaatar and kerjt the
crowd back while they frantically tor
tho'deorla rrora tne ooaiea or tno un
fortunates nnderneath. . At 1 o'clock II
bodlea lay stretched upon tha pavement,
soma stlU In death and others writhing
in agony. All were taken to too noe
nltala share It was learned that alsht
of the. number were beyond human aid.
, XnTestl-euo Xa Mads.
Invea-tirmtlon into- the- cause) of tha
dlsaater is being msde by the authori
ties, although Utile has Dean learned as
at. . survivors 01 tne ecciaeui say am
ha roof aasraed erashtna .downward.
while the front wall and side aupporta
Besides tha aeaa ana ratauy injurea
there are aooraa of people lying in the
hospitals who.. while they are in no
dan ear af loslftr their lives, are serl-
oualv hurt. Broken lers. broken arms.
gashed fsces and bloody bodlea are to
Da seen on every siaa. i..
Wreck on Missouri P.
Paclflo train No. I, bound from Denver
ir.fint fMtv wee wrerked at 1X0
sciwx im nivruwi. d,.i.i K
gera ware Injured and the baggage and
cnaur csrs mq a cwn ivn n x..
UNDER VAR TALK
Rumors of Conflict Between
America and Japan Cause
, Brokers to Worry. t
'";. ; . - - ' T
(Jesraal Special ServlesJ
New Tork, July 10. Rumors of an
Impending war between the ' United
States and Japan were the direct cause
of a sharp break in the value of Amer
ican aecurttlee on the London stock mar
ket today which caused a similar move
ment In New Tork prices. In this city
ths most secure stack on tbo sxchangs
waa cast aside. Amalgamated Copper
loat nearly It a share at the closing.
Tha loaa In Chtcaso. Milwaukee BL
Paul eeork reached over 14.(0 a ahareJ
and at - the eioalng Keaoing company s
common stock waa It a share under
the prloe of yesterday.
To make matters worse even the clos
ing hardly etoppad the selling, for of.
fers-of stock at tha end of the session
were much greater than the demand,
even at the low levels which prices
reached st that time, ' -
The Hsrrlman laaties ss well as those
controlled by Hill were hurt by the bear
sttack but their losses were not so s;
vera as in some of the others. Tbs gen
eral market, however, closed with a
To soma sxtent the decline was oc
casioned by the feverish state of the
money market, but this waa aggravated
by the war talk,
THOMAS FORTUNE RYAN.
Federal 7 Law Tiolators ; in
Oregon Cost Uncle Sam
Aa idea of the cost of prosecuting
violators of the federal laws In Oregon
can be gained by the fact that United
States Attorney William C Bristol haa
made a requisition for .50.000 with
which to carry on the work. - This
money Is used only for witness and Jury
fees and doea not pay the salaries of
tha smployeo engaged In the work, or
In 1K0 the government spent fIS.OOt
from March until September In present
ing evidence before the grandlury aad
in .trying land fraud caaea. This year
17,000 was spent in seouring indict
ments, of this amount 11,600 was spent
in Indicting the furniture trust.' That
case haa been prolific, however, in that
the fines amounting to $4,771 have al
ready been paid to the government.
There are still 07 members to appear in
court, Jnd these will probably yield an
other ,000 in. fines.
Because of the lack of funds, the
government had to dismiss tha grand
Jury last month. leaving a great deal
of work - unaccomplished. ' Mr. ' Bristol
(Continued on Page Two.)
Deposits in Portland Institutions Have Been Immensely
Augmented During Past Six- Month"!, Showing Sub
stantial prosperity of the xJity and State.-. .
Substantiating the statement .that
Portland la by - far the strongest In
financial condition of tha Paclflo coast
cities at the present time, thoae who
have Investigated conditions point to
the savlnga deposits la Portland banks.
Inquiry today reveals ths fact that
there are upwards of 121,000.000 de
posits in the savings departments.
This Is a rsmarkable showing, and the
moat amaslng part of ft Is that in the
last six months tness savings funds
have lncreaaed to tha tuna of ahnut 13.
100,000. The pmsparrty ef Portland and
the aeale ef Oregoa la et the substantial
Evidence Furnished of the
Growth of Portland's Post
al x)f f ice-Business.
Evidence of tha wonderful growth of
ths business of the Portland poetofflce
is shown In . relative statements, som
plled by . Superintendent Holloway on
tha amounts nf mall weighed In 111 I
and, tha eresent year. The weights do
not' furnish a fair comparison because
thoae. of 10 war made rn October, one
of the busiest postal months of the year,
while thoae cf 101 were made this
month, which la one of ths dullest In
Despite this fact, the figures show a
fourfold Increase.' They represent tha
amount Of mall entered at the poetofflce
for the first seven days of October,
1, and July. 1007. - '
In 18! there were only 4.181 pounds
of ftrst-olasa mail handled at the poet
offlc against. 10,160 pounds this year.
There ware 11.111 pounds of second-clsae
mall la lilt-, compared with 77,701
pounds In 1007. Of ths third and
fourth-class mall in isa, triers : waa
0.147 pounds, against n.tll this year.
Of penalty mall, or mall that pertains
to official business and carries no post-
(Continued on Page Two.)
character that is baaed am ,
goods." and not buoyed up to tha hetchta
of speculative limit by hot air balloon
Special Financial Conditio.
Never In the history of the ccmnrry
,nir b?nn Ur" r,,T ,T better oo.
iiuvij i.uin l lini.n.l ef todev
backed . up by spUn.it I. pm.i.iri ive an.i
prosperous Oregon, e-.tein Nvaahlngton
The Security Pevi. ., h.nk. which bee
hot leeued a foi
Jannflrv 1. todiv
of IVIIS -', (
Of -.''. i , t
Tea to. ma oian
-forT6T)acco Trust and anr
; Injunction Kestraining Itl
From Doing Business
':. Will Monopolize Trade. X
If Trust Lawyers Fail to
Meet Issues, Indictments
Against'Officials. Will Be !
I Secured British Compa''
nies Are Involved.
New Tork.. July 10. Suit was begun
U . 1 V .... k U u . . ... . H M.V. U.U. ,W,
tha laaAlutlnai a tha JLmarlfajL TaWiuL'
company, a trust. Ths court la asked
to appoint a receiver. The bill says
the trust will eventually monopolise the
tobacco of tha world unless-relief is
granted..' Tho total assets exceed I27S..
000.000. - '
Aotlon waa also commenced against
10 other corporations snd 1 Individuate
connected with them. The euit ks under
the Sherman anti-trust .law. It If
charged that the truat purchases 76 per
rent of the total production of 800,000.
OuO pounds of tobacco. The general plan
of monopolisms le to acquire auoceeaful
competition through one of the con
federated companies. Thomas F. Ryan,
tha Dukes, Lorll lards and P. A. Wldsner
are among- ths defendants.
juase neynoias, the government spe
cial counsel In the case, said today that
if the trust lawyera fall to meet tha:
Issues raised by the government indlot
ments against ths officials of tho truat
will be sought. For this reason tha offt
clala ware not called aa wttneaaes be
fore the grand Jury.
. One object of the suit Is to enjoin the
Imperial and British-American Tobacco
eompanlea, two dafendanta, from engag
ing in interstate or foreign commerce
within the Jurisdiction of ths states.
Ths suit asks for an injunction to re
strain the American Tobacco company
and ita aubaidlariea aa a monopoly from
doing Interstate bualneea and involves)
tha English tobacco trust. - The gov
ernment investigators have unoovaredl
an agreement in writing between tha
American company and the Imperial To
bacco company, the English combina
tion, by watch tha American trust bin. Is
Itself to keeo out of the English fiei
and the Imperial company reciprocates;
by withdrawing from the United States.
The remainder of tha world'a trade In
American tobacco, under tha terme of
tha agreement, la turned over to a com
pany known aa the Br.Osh-Americsni
Tobacco company, organised In 10 i
when the agreement waa made.
The A mer loan Tobacco company o-vna
two-thirds of the capital stock of ths
Brttish-sAmertcan company and tha Im
perial company owna the remaining one
thlrd. The English oompanlee are outslila
tho Jurisdiction of the federal law. but
the government, it la said, will ask tha
court. If tha court can do mn, to restrain
the agenta of thee eompanlea from,
buying tobacco m thla country until tho
combination la broken up.
It Is said tha ro-vsmrannr wm he able
to show conclusively that the American
Tobacco company controla -10 per oeot
of tha smoking tobacco, ping and cigar
output of thla country; It per cent of
the anuff in this country, about ti per
cent of the licorice products and 10 per
cent of the tin-foil business. Ths gov
emment. It is understood, will charre
tha company with stifling competition,
in the retail trsds through its control
of the United 'Cigar Stores eompatrv.
and with controlling the Jobbera' trade
through ita ability to offer commissions
that no independent concern san com
pete with. .
Margaret Haley Rebels Ac
knowledge Defeat at L03
; Angeles Convention. .
' Oearasl pastel eWrtia!)
. Loe Angeles. July 10. After a lws;
and bitter fight, waged by ths Margnret
Haley supporters to overthrow the rul
ing officials of ths National i:du.atlml
association, the rehl lost and " t
opposition B. 1. Oml.-y. mip.ri nio.
of publio srtiooia at m. w
In nomination fnr th"
e if i
nt tills mornlnv '..
nt4 by V". O. i "
drew from tfce p-
Nathan h. he
Pe,in. 1 vn t;
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