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'1! E H I U I S C I N C ILi -A IIATUIU; FAililVl BY JOHN , luF.B.UCiv "I)AnG5, . IFJV. TME SUWDAY JOU..,,.
RE YOU COCIG AWAYMIavc
The Jovrnsl lollow you to
give you all the news iron home
The Weather Fair tonight and
tomorrow; northwest wind. - .
VOL. VI. no. no.
PORTLAND, OREGON, FRIDAY EVENING, JULY 12,' 1907. TWENTY PAGES, v
PRICE TWO CENTS. XJZJFW ZZ?t
1 0 -COMMIT 'A CHI
Haywood on Stand All Jlorn
..ling: and Makes Good Wit-
ness Denies in Total All
Assertions of Murderer
-.- Colorado's Dirty Linen. .
Betting Even That Trial Re-
suits in Hung Jury Evi
'"dence Sx Conflicting: That
By John Kevins. ' : "
: Boise,Idaho, July 12. With Hay
wood and Moyer'a atbry told to the
jury the defense in the trial, of Hay--WQOLior
the murder of former Gov
ernor Frank Steunenberg at the gate
way of his. home on the last day of
1905, has practically played Its hind.
Next week will be. used , tip -by .the
state in presenting its evidence in
- rebtrttat -and it; now seems absolutely
-certain that a verdict will be reached
by July 25. :fvr...:' ':!.... -7'--.""
''While there is much discussion
here as'to what the result will be it
. is generally conceded that a disagree
. ment must result The evidence has
been fOJ.conf!ictinffthatit will be: a
. hard matter to separate the: wheat
- from the chafiaand get down: to the
real case matter did Haywood and
his associates conspire together to
kill Steunenberg? As a matter of
fact were the penalty in this case less
: than death the state might win but
'there has been so' much extraneous
" matter permitted by Judge Wood to
"be recited that there really exists ,a
reasonable doubt, in the minds of
those who have been in court every
day since the trial began, as to the
exact knowledge Haywood had of the
acts and movements of Orchard,
Steve Adams and others. ,
- - Jnry likely to BlaegT.
- And this doubt is likely to hang this
' jury of farmer, and causa a m lit rial
(Continue on Par Two.) - .1 (Continued on Par Nln.)
JPEtl SHOP POLICY ADOPTED
-Governor BuchterpfloradoT)eclares Tliat No Organ-
ization of Any Kind Will
Dictate Conduct of Mines
. Dr. Hnry A. . Buchtet, governor ' of
. Colorado, arrived' In Portland' last hlcht
' nd statod today th Colorado mlnlnf;
altuatlon will -be handled hereafter ou
th open-shop policy and no organisation
of any kind will be allowed to dictate
. what 'action shall be taken regarding
' th conduct of th mine or th mlnr.
"That doa not mean,", aald Governor
Buchtel, "that Colorado will b hoatll
to any legltlmat. labor organisation.
W want organisations that hav for
their object th raising or the quality
of labor. When they accomplish that
they wlU acur higher wage.
sovolnttoaajry Wag beiwaa. '
"Chief Arthur of tH Brotherhood ' of
Locomotive Knglneer told m on sev
eral ocralons that' the object of th
brotherhood was to rata th grade of
NOW A FELONY TO
EVEN SELL GOODS -
MADE BY A TRUST
(Josrul Special SirilM.D
"stln, Tx July . 11 The moat
astlc anti-trust act nactd In any
tat goes into"-effect In Texas today.
It provides. In substanc. that any pr
son'who represent an agent or sells
goon ma oy trust or comoine, snail
be deemed guilty of a felony, and. upon
trial and conviction, aha 11 b punlahed
tr confinement In the penltentlnry for
from two years to ten yer. Its peo
vlelon applr to all merchant who eU
trust-mad good and all persona who
CHIEF FORESTER HERE
Oregon's Treasury "Will Be
-.Heavily; Taxed for. Pbrt-ri
land Sleuth's Trip. ,
Oregon' treasury will bo, Indebted to
William Wlntere and, Joe, Day mofe than
ll.eoo whenthe' Utter reaches' Portland
with John T-.Thompaoh.' the man -who Li
charged with robbing Winter of $1,000
worth of, dlamonda nearly, two, years
gov ' ':' -t t s
Joe-Day has been ;on from Portland
on hla travl, t Washington D. to
Now Tork and from thor to London abid,
back aaain for two month or mora. Ha
wont eaat by way of Waahlncton In order
to receive hi, commission from .Presi
dent Rooaavelt' a an . arreatins; -ot fleer
and aaent of the United State and the
state of Oregon. He then went to New
Tork and from there sailed to London.
- Bay SUA a Oood Tim. ' '
Tor a lone time Day dallied" about thS
rolnts of.lntereat In th largest city In
h- world andwrote -letlers-. back ",to
rienda her telllna; or th wonder of
tie old .world-, After Liondon -detective :
Be Allowed in Future to
of Centennial State.. :
th men and not" for th purpose of em
barraaalng (the : railroad with , sympa
thetic strike or unjust demands. He
aid th-result of suoh 'a policy mad
voluntary-Increases In wage neoesaary
on the part of th railroads. . -
"Th Iriner circle of the Western Fed
eration of Miners did, not hesltat to
call the' members of th brotherhood
cabs because they rf used . to do th
bidding of the Inner circle, which was
that' they should not haul-or trains
carrying or from th mine to certain
smelters. Th brotherhood had no fight
with th railroads and told th federa
tion that the trains were made to haul
or and they were there to see that they
did. That Is , why: they wer called
cab.- - -.v, -.:
"When, the1 Western .Federation of
Miner bring Itself to a legltlmat la
bor organisation, that Is, to work rala-
(Contlnued on Pag Nlne.
. , , -,-''
may b directly In th. employ of' such
concerns In this tat. , '. '
It 1 announced by Attomey-Oenernl
B. V. Davideon and hi assistant. J. P.
Mghtfuot. that they Intend t enforce
th law to the letter; The bill wa
drawn by Mr. Llghtfoot and his particu
lar object was to use It a an Instru
ment to drive every trust and unlawful
combination out of Texas. Merchants
do not rsre to run the rffck of a term
of Imprisonment for selling such gnnd
and many of them hav already . takan
atepa to quit, handling awta aruciaa,
S FEWER :
Gifford Knchot, Chief For-
jester ofthe United States,
Saj'S Conditions'in Service
Are Better in West Than
He Expected to Find.
' Official, Accompanied by
Chief .Newell of Reclama
. Gee, Arrive. ;
Olfford Plnchot. chief forester of th
United 8 tat, accompanied by F. ; H.
Newell, chief it th reclamation arv-
lea, and Dr. W. J. McOee, secretary of
th . Inland , waterway commission, ar
rived In Portland thla morning a day
In advano of Secretary Garfield and
party,' and stated that, condition la th
forestry aarvtc were better In. th wt
than ha had expected to find them.
"Th "complaint from aattlcra," h
said.. rg growing Jw each yaar.
i While vonro of them ar based on" good
cause, moat or tnem ar maae tnrougn
a misunaertanaing oi osnaiuons gov-
rning tn aaminiatraiion oi in i
. - ; Boat T7adrrUod law. '
: "Settlers hav In most cases only a
vagu understanding of. th law under
wnicn - th service la operated - and lew
realise that It haa been la operation
only a few years and baa grown Into
on of th largest department In th
government. To create uch a branch
of th government and place It upon a
atlafactorr working bast haa taken
much tlm and labor,' and viewed from
that point it accomplishment ar re
"We hav to contend with th cutting
down of vast areas of timber. If this
war allowed to go on without attempt
ing to rehabilitate th foraeta, it would
not b many year befor w would be
lacking a aourc. of supply. W hav
already stemmed the tide and the next
few year will aea Still greater progress
"To grow ' forests reoulres tlm. and
because of this fact we hav to be
strict In.th obligation wo place upon
those who wish to out th timber for
commercial purpose. - As aoon a thy
ar brought to real Is these facta, w
hav little difficulty In winning them
to our aide, and tn moat cases receive
hearty aupport. , . -
' ' " ar madioal Chang. .
"My trip t the coast I not for-the
urpos or making radical change In
ha admlnlatration of tha fnreatrv itrr.
lea We ar accompanying Secretary
Garfield and party for th purpose of
Investigating the country and holding
conference to determine . what condi
tion obtain." '
All the members of the party that
arrived today ar member of th In
land waterway commlaalon. They ar
studying condition of waterway In
th west. Thl commission wa ap
pointed by President Roosevelt a yaar
ago and haa for lta object the study of
Inland stream .and lake that can be
fitted for navigable purpose. Th car
and conditions of these waterway I
taking up part of th tlm of the vari
ous member on their western trip.
In referring to th cutting of timber
on forest reserve, Forester Plnohot
aid hi only object In coming to Port
land a- day in- advance of th rest of the
rarty waa because be had more work
o attend to here than he could acoom
pllah In a day. Ha will spend today In
consultation with forest- supervisor
going ovr the condition In Oregon
NEWSPAPER WOMAN , . ;
FROM OREGON SENT
-, TO INSANE ASYLUM
. v (Waahkigtaa Bam ef Tb foarsaLf ,r
Washington. July 11. Mr. Mlna W.
WUmarth. claiming to be a prominent
newspaper woman in Portland waa de
tained her last night and today , aent
to the government hospital for 'the In
sane. t Bh claimed that she was beTTig
persecuted on account of her publlah
Ing aocount of th land frauda. She
gave the- physician Burn Harney
county, aa Jhr residence. Her mother
la Mrs. Charity Wilson ot Prlnevllle,
Crook county,. Oregon. 8h haa bean
notified. - - - - -
' retect1 v Evans, who mad th ar
rest, ald that. Mrs. Wllmarth waa a
morphine fiend and thoroughly unbal
anced mentally.- 8li wa annoying peo
ple - by telling them that ana Waa
hounded by person on sccotmt of her
connection , with newspapers which
printed stories of land, fraud.
- Mrs. Wllmarth 1 publisher of 'th
Harney County Keanv , weakly saxer
uth4 at Jtina,
MR. E, Z. M MR PURCHASES
- ITINERANT- CARTOONIST "Hello," Mr.
-Mark. " You're great man, but you've" never ..been
properly appreciated.. You ought to have your pic
ture in the paper. Only those who have attained
T dignified distinction in the community, like your
' self, are entitled to rank with the 'familiar faces in
; everyday life' and it only costs you $35. .
. .E. Z. MARK , (on Mrs. Mark' return) Xook ' ,
. here,Mary, at last I'm famous. See my picture in'
'the paper. O. joy! Dignified distinction at lastt
; And now the people know who I am. It's worth all
these years of obscurity to reach at a bound the top'
round of the ladder of fame. .; O joyf.
FATHER TO JAIL
Tempted by Whiskey, Uma-tilla-Brave-
Steals Son's -f
Nag and Sells It
George Marshal, an Indian living on
the Umatilla reservation, pleaded guilty
thla morning before -Judge Wolverton
In the United : State dlstrlot court to
stealing hi son's hone and waa ant to
the county )all for six montha . '
- Marahal atol a hora ono before
Mrs. Bowie and Son Acquit
ted of Murdering Betrayer
; r: of Iler Daughter. ,-
' (Josreal Special Berrlee.t s
' Laplata, MdL, July lt-After making
a defense based upon absolutely nothing
aald -from . th "unwritten law," Mrs.
Bowl and nT son, slayers of Hubert
Posey, were acqulUed of th charg of
murdar upon on ballot this morning.
Poy betrayed Mrs. Bowirs daughter,
Prlacllla, and wa killed' by the mother
and brother of th girl, upon hla refusal
to marry her. . ;
. When the Jury retired this morning It
remained just long enough to take one
ballot. Immediately returning to the
courtroom the. foreman handed a verdict
to th court ' absolutely Clearing Mr.
Bowl and her boy. When th verdlot
waa .announced th crowd which filled
th courtroom went wild. Effort of
th court and bailiff to atop th demon
stration War In vain, and cheer after
cheer1 rang out. fairly shaking th build-
,j(CanUnad en Page TweOt
E. Z. MARK
' become famous
proper light - r"Btichl rifling "cose-Here'f"yduf
1 et f - r nnn v
ITINERANT CARTOONIST-rThank yotv Mr..
. Mark. Your picture -will appear tonight in the
. paper.. And here is the original drawing, which yon
, can keep." -
from hla son, Barry, and waa' warned
th axt offen would result tn the ar
rest .of -th - wayward - parent. Th
temptation of whiskey beset th path of
th arrant father, however, and he pur
loined th second stead, on which h
rod to Pendleton on Saturday night.
He sold th animal and proceeded to lm
blbe on th proceed of th sal. -11
lmMbed too much and wa srreeted.-
Th next day Harry looked for bis
horae and learned hi father waa In
jail. H Immediately arrived at th con
clusion that hi father had stolen th
horse and got drunk on the money. . Hla
conclusion proved correct and h swore
out a warrant befor th United States
commissioner for hla arrat. . ..
MINE VICTIMS ARE , ' '
FOUND IN AUDENRIED
(Joaraal Sperlal Bervtee.) ",
i rrecland. Pa., July ltv Th ninth
body waa today taken from. the Auden
rled mlna Invastlgatlon la alow, owing
to th poisonous whit damp. .
UNCLE SAM. TO
"'BUY STOCK -IN '
Washington. D. C Julv li.Praldent
Roosevelt la considering the advisability
of making a recommendation to the next
congress on the railroad question that
will excite garal comment and atten
tion. It la nothing more or leas than
that th government become . a small
stock holder la some of th larg rail
road of th country, with a view to
having a representative placed on oh
board of director. By thl prooea th
rrovernment would become thoroughly
n formed a to th Inside facta ef every
railroad and be la a position to enforce
such reform -a It might deslr to
mske. - .
If mad at all th raeommendatloa
of the president will be that the con
gress provld an appropriation for th
purchase of a email number of ah a re of
stock In certain railroad that may be
ejected. When the ehare hav been
acnulred. aaaumlng that con frees would
fall In with the plan, th admlnlatration
will know how to proceed to f"rc roads
Into allowing a government director a
FAME FOR $35
1 am delighted at the chance to
and to have my merits trot in their
MRS. MARK "E. Z,. you've -been buncoed!
' Don't you know that anybody can get their picture1
in that paper for $35, and that the cartoonist gets .
- half of it for working you for a sucker and the paper
fete the other $17.50? And everybody knows 'it
;. you've msde yourself a laughing stock, and
"the whole town is giggling at you. I'm ashamed of
; you, E. . Z.. --:-
TO THE HAGUE
Japanese Treachery Exposed
; Stop Oppression. . .
(Joamal Special Berrlee.) '
Th. Ilagu. July 11.-Prince .TJyong
Ouyt. who waa sent secretly to th peace
conference by . the Korean mpror to
enlighten the world aa to Japan's breach
of pledgee and brutal tyranny over Ko
rea, aald today that Korea Is sanding
special envoy to appeal to President
Roovit and th American people to
lnterven and Vp th barbaroua oppres
sion. TJyong call th Japanese ''high
wayman, barbarian and murderer,"
and add that Japan la trying to steal
Korea aa barefacedly aa robber aver
robbed' a coach.
- In her declaration of war with Russia
Japan said on of lta principal wa
to insure- Independence to Koran, which
consider America It best friend. -
Th Japan attack women, tb Ko
rean d eel area
It waa decided today that hostllltlee
may Immediately follow the declara
tion of war by one nation against an
other. Th Dutch proposition to require
an Interval of 14 hour between th
declaration and hoetilltle wa voted
down by th commute. It I probable
that -thep' revelling - war rule will be
changed t require a declaration' of war
befor hostilities opened. Japan created
a sensation when M. Tsudiukl emphati
cally favored the French proposition re-
?ulrlng a formal declaration of war bo
or hoetilltle opened. In th recent
war Japan blew up a Russian warship
without a formal declaration. Japan's
witch la regarded aa significant.
DR. FULLER GIVEN
SENTENCE AND FINE
"pedal Dwpatra te Tb fearaaL)
Baker City, Or, July It Dr. Rov
fuller, who wa last Satunlnv found
guilty pf manslaughter, having been
Charged With f'lf'-nl Irn-t!.- a re
sult of Which J; - . i .,,
1 I "
Italian -Laborer From - San -"Francisco
- Calabrian Who Committed
Tlurder and Fled to This.
' Country as Stowaway, ,
Nicodemo Qaro , Confesses
Ilis Crime, but Declares far
Woman Was Unfaithful
to His Brother.' .
ft to far -err from the peaceful lib.
fl hamlet of Mammola, neaillng tn th
sunny vine-clad hill of Coasansa, Italy.
to "whr roll th Oregon," but murder
will out and now the long arm of th
law haa reached forth over (.00 league)
of land and a for Nicodemo '- Claro, -
who brutally alew .hla beautiful It-
year-old lter-ln-law January 1 of
,thla year, -
With the arrest thl morning at B:ll
o'clock, of -Clara by Captain Bailer and,
Sergeant Johnson la aa Italian lodging
house at 111 Front straat. a remaxka-.
bt Ul almost fictional In it chars c
ter ana zurnlshlng a motif for a prob
lem Play worthy of an Ibaan- haa haen
laid bar. . ,
Lncl Sam. reoreaented bv th Immi
gration department, haa Interjected him
self Into the caa with a view toward
deporting Claro to New Tork. and tha
International color tor considerably;
heightened by Italian Consul-General C.
f. v-anutana a connection with the mat. '
v round by the Bretaac '
Clanra arrest waa tha vaanlt ef In.
formation rurnlahed to th police last
night by Gulaapp Bluggeai, brother oi
Claro' Victim. The manner In which)
Bluggaal accidentally located th mur
derer of hla alater la on of th moat
remarkable feature of a caa rplt
BlureasL who la a laborer, ai i l.xl ttm
thl city last night on th Southern Pa
cific overland from California. Prior
to hi departure - from San Franciaoo.
Bluggeal received a letter from hla
wife In Mammola, conveying th star
tling Information that hla alster had!
been shot and killed by Nicodemo Claro
January li. Details of the tragedy
wer not given in toe letter and erunhal
by - tb new of th terrible affair
Bluggaal atarted for Oregon.
Upon arrival her he betook himself
to the Italian quarter and by a trans
eolncldeno wandered Into . tha houa.
at 111 Front street, th very plaoa aa
lected by Claro a hi abode.
Tha stranaer waa welcomed with tra
Italian hospitality by tha landlord aadl
In the course of a conversation tha tav
ern keeper mentioned th faot that one
of hi stady boarder waa Nl comedo
luns) so roue Tsanosv
Stunned and bewildered by th knowV.
edge that th layr of hi beloved la-t
ter wa perhaps under th very roof,
Bluggesl waa speechlee for some time,
but Anally controlled himself, made hla
excuses and hastened to pollco- head-
uaptain aney, arter nearmg tn
atory. communicated with th Italian)
eonaul and after a consultation with)
th official at midnight It waa decided)
to make th arrest. Th letter waa aub
mtttad to Mr. Candianl by Bluggesl andl -pronounoed
by him to b authentic
In th city prison thl morning Claro.
through an Interpreter, without a trao
Of amotion, admitted th murder.
I killed her because she unfaithful
to hsr husband, my brother. Did I noil
have a right to do aor -
I Obeyad TJaarrlttea Xaw.
The Interrogation te evidently atnoer.
a Claro apparently doe not eetn to
realise tb enormity or hi erlraa In
Calabria th unwritten law evidently
ha many Interpretation a
From Claro it waa ascertained, bv the
Immigration officer that he cam to
thla country aa a stowaway on m
teamer. but h doe not remember at
(Continued on Pag Two.)
. At lta meeting, this ninmtng
e the eouncll committee on health
and police voted to recommend
d for passage the Baker ordinance
d prohibiting th mploymnt of
4 tuberculoala Infected people In
publle eating bonaae er around
e food blng prepared for human
e eoneumptlon. The ordinano
e - waa Introduoad aom time
4 by Councilman Palter.
Complaints were h"ri f-r-n
resident In th ,--' ir - - ! ' t
th Lewis A I ' -i '
' Mufllcon -'.
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