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Till! Or.LCOII DAILY JOU..;;AL. IC.:XLAI;D. MONDAY EVENING, JULY
1 1 w 7
WAS WOT SUFFICIENT
Tortlanders - of ProiMneicCj Including: Leading; Lcgul
3 Lights, Hold Such" to Be Reason for IlaywoodV Ac
quittal Feature of Affair Is Orchard's Position. : "
' Lawyers and business men, profes
" alonal men and representative of the
various labor organisation la Portland
' ar practically of on opinion regarding
th outcom of th Haywood trial. It
" la tha general aentlmnt that th Jury
was left to dallbaraU upon Ita vardlot
' vita Orchard'! testimony a tha basis
of Ita deslslon and that Orchard's taatl-
aaony wa not of tha strength to convlot
tiU all, however, expected an ao
qutttaL the opinion bains? fraely
' pressed that a hung Jury would result.
- aren though the same opinions carried
with them the conviction that Orchard'
V testimony was cot of such calibre aa
Implicated Haywood or any other of tha
W estern Federation oniciaia.
' ralr Trial, Stay xjtwyera.
' Portland lawyers : who followed- the
evidence la the case think the trial waa
conducted fairly -and, impartially; ea-
' neciallv da thev look, with favor upon
the Instructions Riven the Jury by tha
court at the close or me argurasais.
. Juria-a Plnaa aaM tils mornlns:
"f think the distinctive feature of the
Haywood case was the ' fair fnetruc
' tlons given the jury by Judge Wood.
It was satisfactory to both prosecution
' and defense and shows that the law and
dignity of the courts ars still para
mount In this rountrv." , .... .
The opinion Is expressed, too. that
- Orchard will not suffer greatly for the
- rrimfls ha MnfnM to have committed.
He Is in the uniqua position of bslns
' able to go upon the stand and confess
now mat bis stones were nm true,
whan tha worst that can haDDen to hlra
will be a perjury sentenca On ths
. other hand, should he be forced to trial
. for his confessed crlmea It would be a
difflcultimatter Ho convict him, lawyers
ey. fori tha rsonthaV there ia no
. avMrnra ciraiit his own story Of his
crimes and that, of course, eould pot be
used against him.
I tabor leaders nrprtaad.
Tha Jury's verdict waa a treat ur
nrlaa to labor leaders of this olty. and
indeed all over the country, according
to John Cameron, a special organiser
here. They expected a hung Jury, and
when the verdict or acquittal was an
nAunnul thev ware a-reatlv surorlsed.
"There Is no need of my saying that
r waa Aaliahtad with tha verdict." said
Mr. Cameron. "It should show to the
" world that labor Is not In favor of force,
' though the history of too world shows
' that might makes right.
"The best wa expected was a bung
Inn thnuah at na time was there evi
dence enough to convict aayona How
' ever, there were various ' csuses for
thinking thst a hung Jury would be the
result. Prejudice against tba defend
ants has always been shown and we
thought It might have ita affect."
Thomas gladden, state secretary of
the Socialist Dartv. looked for a die
agreement. "The verdict," he said. "Is
aa It should be. but tha prosecution had
everything Its own way. Tha defend
ants were kidnaped and taken into hos
tile territory and tried before a Jury
of farmers who knew nothing of Ufa
outside an agricultural sphere Orchard,
I believe, is a anrewa, criminal lunaiic,
- anil 1 think he flrured if ho confessed
to his crimes snd succeeded In convict
ing Haywood he would save his own
. neck by getting an otherwise death sen
tenca commutea to lire imprisonment,;
-1 Una Wttk- arvUsaoa. -
W MfnnfiaM ariltw of 'the Lhrtr
. Press, believes ths verdict In Una with
tha evidence, but, contrary to others,
thinks that tha prosecution will not snd
here, but will oontlnue with PetUbone
i and Moyer the next derenaanta
Secretary T. M. Leabo thinks it would
have ben impossible for any 11 men
to convict Haywood on such svldepce
as wss furnished by orchard.
"The word of a man who admitted
that bo wa a murderer, a thief.
Mrs. Harpole Finds Children
Trying to Tame Savage"
(Special Dispatch ts bs lesrsal.)
Colfax, Waah July t.Findtns; bar
two lltUa babes, aged t and I years.
rpctivly. playing with a savage rat.
tlaanaka, at re. It, O, Harpole anatehad
tba little tots - oaf of danger just' in
tlms to aava their " Uvea. Tha babes
were pleased with tha aprearar.ee of tha
nake and wished to catch it for a pet.
Mrs. Harpole, who lives several miles
Gown tns fsuiusa river i rum vuw
, told tha story of tha little ones' narrow
"Jy 'sister and I wer Musr with our
Housework ana ana two cuuaren, a uvj
1 and a girl yeara Old, were playing
out in the yardl aha aald. "Wa heard
-them talking, as Wa supposed,- to tha
eat, saying. "Coma on. come on, - and
paid no. attention to it until the little
girl called out. "Mamma, come aea tba
rattlesnake." 1 ran out as fast aa I
could and tha sight I beheld nearly
frose my blood. Lying colled. Juak be
side the fence and in a position to Jump
and strike instantly was a huaw -rattlesnake
and kneeling- Just in front of
him and -not mora than' If Inches dis
tant with their little hands outstretched
. until they wsra almost over It were tha
chllden. I caught ona in either hand
and lifted them out of harm's way and
e i . .. - - 1 . a
forger, a bigamist and belonged to vry
other criminal fraternity on tha calendar
surely wouldn't have much weight with
an Intelligent Jury, especially when that
evidence went In practically . without
Decision Though Jus
a ... -.t k. it kaii aantlment aaaras
to regard tba decision in tha Haywood
,UaT.yorJLlna aald:" 1 bellava I would
hesitate to convict a man on ths testi
mony of Harry Orcnara. urcnara
fesses many murders of the moat fiend
ish and picturesque character and it is
barely possible that he choaa a dra-
mauo ana jor nayweou wuau u
the miner official aa a .oonsplrator
against former Governor Bteunenoerg.
1 have not iouowm xne oma inj '"---lr
but this la my lmpreesion of It."
- License Inspector Joe Hutchinson
said: "This is A vary vital queatlon
fn tha Amarlcan neonleiand I sm con
fidant that tha Jury axhaustsd avary
bit of evldenoa before they rendered
thelf verdict I have no reason to be
lieve tha verdict was not a Just ona
t. hava never believed Orchard's eon-
7aalnn waa all truth. The foundation
for soma ot his statements seemed far
fetched. I didn't follow tha evidence
so closely as I should but from tha
rebuttal I waa, I confess, surprised at
the result" - -
Auditor Barbur said: "From what
illn t hava dnna ralatlva to tha Hay-
wood casa X . do not feel Juetlfled In
expressing a criticism of tba Jury's
. snalstaciat - OpUdoma.
Conoernlns; tha Haywood verdict Rav,
B. 'M. Hill who was formerly a miner
In -Colorado aays: "It asama - evident
that there was rutlt on both sides
an I nulta Mitala. that labor has not had
a fair ahow In Colorado. Mora than
anything alas I think it was tba state
ment of such a fearful villain aa or
chard has shown himself to be that
swayed t he-opinion- In-favor of -tha-ds-
rensa mere seems sounaam eviaenoe
however that the federation baa bean
dolna- some bad work."
Rev. L Nelson Alien. Says: "It is my
personal opinion inai mere nas Deen
sufficient evidence that tha federation
wss Implicated, but whether sufficient'
ly to incriminate. It is difficult to say.'
. Slffereaoa af Optaioa,
Different attorneys disagree aa to tha
naywooa veraici. noma oi : tnem
thought nay wood's acquittal a" good
thins, and others bellsved it bad.
Attorney Warren K. Thomas said "It
ia a very- eaa tntns i think tiaywooa
should hava been convicted."
Atiorney H. H, Rlddell: "Tha Impres
sion I gained from tha reports was that
Haywood waa arullty. but only a man
who attend a trial from beginning to
end is competent to form .a final opin
Attorney Jerry Bronanrh said:
"While I am morally convinced that
Haywood bed a guilty knowledge ot
Orchard's crimes, yet f am not legally
convinced or it and If ths trial Juary
were or mis mi no tnsy coum ao noinini
but render a vardlot of not suiltr. Bu
withal I am sincerely glad that this vsr
diet wss rendered.
- "A great number of our cltlsens, de
sirable ones, have been of the opinion
that there waa much of class nersecu-
Uon in this trial and that a fair trial
could not bo had . and - this condition?
foreboded evil to our Institutions. -1 1
"Any fair-minded man must now say
to himself: 'No man or elsss of men
is above tha- law, but tha government
will exbauat itself,1 tf nead-MTtn order
to maintain its dignity and self respect."
No .honest -man can ask mors than this
of a government of his own making and
for any man to harbor against sucn gov
ernment and ita flag anything but honor
and respeot is a great wrong. '
-uet ins menae or Haywood marcn
and parade and apeak, but let there be
nothing but a feeling of gratitude that
wa live under a aystem of government
which allows men free and ample op
portunity before tha law."
III THE INTERIOR
Ex-Senator Jlulkey. With
Beach; First on Scene at
(Special tnssatea ts lbs Jeer aa LI
' Lakevlew, Or., July When United
States Senator C W. rulton and Cir
cuit Judga H. I' Benson reaohad Like-
view last Tuesday in lha course of tbeir
Itinerary through interior Oregon they
wsra warmly wslcomad by all thslr per
sonal and political friends. Though
they were very weary after their long
drive across tha country thoy spent tha
evening 'visiting old acquaintances arid
making new onea The following eve
nlna eTenator Kulton addressed a large
audience, many of whom had come a
great custano to near ana ineci mm.
B, Daly introduced tha senator, who in
his address stated clearly his position
on tha question of tha national forest
reserves, wnico in uwa coumy is
lent ona tie saia as ap-
oved tna pouoy or tns government
th resmrd to their creation and ths
protection of water sources and forests,
but considered tha administration took
f round too broad in ita treatment of
he subject and that ita course waa pre
judicial to a certain extent to tha In
terests of tha people of Oregon.
A banquet at which about Tl of tha
leading business men of this Immediate
vicinity were pressnt. was given w Hon
or of ths distinguished guests. After
an address by Senator .Vulton toasts
ware proposed by Toastmaster V. I
Bnelllng snd answered to as follows:
H. L, Benson, "Senator Pulton"! B.
Paly, "take County"; Oeorge H. Ay res,
"Tha Press"; Attorney U. P. Conn, at
will: Attorney -. M. Batchelder. The
Far: C. N. Bnlder, "Tha Pioneers"; J.
N. watson. ''Development"; Attorney
W. L. Thompson, at will. -
Ex-Benator Fred W. Mulkey and
State Senator 8. C Beach arrived In
Lakeview Sunday, July II, and apent a
tew oays meeting tna people.
- MOYER OUT 0 BAIL
'Continued from 'Page Ona)
TO IMPROVE.' .
. THE COMPLEXION
Home Treatment Said' to Be
Most Effective In Bringing
the Glow of Health to
Sallow Faces . . .
Tha wash and maasaga aa given in
tha formula below cornea from tha
noted French dermatologist and la most
generally used among the ladles of ths
exclusive social circles of Farts where
powder and cosmetics of all kinds are
Obtain from youf druggist tha fol
lowing: two ounces Hose Water: one
ounce Cologne Splrtta; four ounces
orystaltxed Sartoln (skin food).
Put the Sartoln In a pint of hot water
(not,Doning ; let It cool, men strain
UiroTiKh a fine cloth into a bottle or
small fruit Jar and add tba Rosa Watsr
and Cologne SDlrlta
This will make a suiflclenf quantity
to last for a long time and la an inex
pensive toilet preparation, at tha same
tlma being tha moat effective known to
the profession. Tha only thing to re
member In using it is that it must be
wail massaged into tha skin. It this
is uono and It is persistently used it
is remarkable how it will restore that
enviable youthful bloom,
carried them to tha house. I then took
a hoe and going back killed tha snake,
which measured nearly four feet and
bad eight rattles. When I got back it
was lying at full length and I think it
must have struck at me aa I got tha
children. When I first saw the snaka
it was. seemingly unconcerned at the
presence of the children and was not
even darting out -its tongue, which is al
most always tha casa whan colled. Why
It did not blta them ia a mystery, be
cause they were in eaay reach."
, (Continued ffom Page Ona)
Tb trnaHty f tha barky
i i am
J0 trratn. tha duality of th
A Wa, tha Pahat Eiffht-Day
Maltlne Procen and tba
K casamaka '.!
Tubban with tha absolute i t
You can drink Pabst Blue) It
knowlaxkra that tt will hava
tha ama dcl'.irttfal flavor and
tha eamd wboleaotna) affact
year in and year out, ; (
CI art's Krhn Co., 1 '
Cor. ? i ai 1 I Ine Ma., Portland, Of.
i ; ..ne slain 4(0..
threa gtlckg-of dynamite about this
shallow hole, covered It carefully with
blankets to lessea the shock of tha ex
plosion, and set a match to tha fuse.
A concussion IA tarrifln . h l
knocked down tha cook at tha other and
of tba lalL nearlv innui tha binh
resulted, An inspection of the wail
showed that tha only effect tha dyna
mite had was to lar off a alah r
crete outside ths wall about It Inches
In diameter, and from four to five tnchsa
thick. Inside tha hole that h.A ku
grilled with the spike, was deepened
nan an ihui ana oroaoenea SO that It
was about II inches scross. The con
r?4; walJ" f thejall are II inches
thick,' and tha explosion thus left at
least six Inches ot solid concrete be
tween tha prisoners and liberty.
Ona of tha prisoner taunaav fchrlsten
f,nl. J,Jur by being 'cut in the
back, by tlx in chlos ( thun.i.
snd another named Donegan, suffered
an injury on the .hand. Excepting these
msn. no ons wss hurt hv th nnin-u.
Dr. C. C McCormack waa called at OHM
to dress their wounds, and when the
msn are examined it wss seen that their
injuries ware alight Both are working
.' Four 'men -wore put in tha dunsenn
and it Is expected that others will be
sent to Join them tonight The men In
the dungeon are, James O. Pagan, eight
naunwia .. 10 serve; it. Paulding, six
months to serve; Poster, Six month to
serve, and J. E. Merer, committed tnr
(0 dsys, who is want sd oft othsr charges
as ' soon as tha present sentenca la
F. 8. Rankin, who wss srreatad with
tha Sellwood postofflee robbers, and af-
nrvsrs rsiesssa or ine teaerai authori
ties, but sentenced to 60 dava bv the
city. Is supposed to iBSvs been ons of
the leaders in the pint' to demolish the
Jail with dynamite. Tha affair la being
Investigated, snd It Is believed that
Rankin will Join th four in th dungeon
by night .
JONES' T0GA; CHASE
f gpeeial Ptausteh- s The tw sal. 1
Spokane, Waalu July tt. Charts
Sweeny, millionaire and ex -candidate
for tha United States sensts, 1 In 'the
city from New Tork and had ths fol
lowing to say concerning th candidacy
of Congressman W. I Jons to suo-
cee4 Lvl Ankeny of Walla Walla as
United Bute senator front Washing
tool . . ., ,
"Evarybody knows that Congressman
Jones is John I Wilson's man, and
Wilson is using him for a cats paw. He
is snaking Jonas a oil oak for his own
ambition t return to th senate, de
pending on being sbla to swing the
forces that will gather around Jones,
for bis own use. Wilson would hava
no scruples shout msking his grand
niothar a tool to farther his snds.,r
Mr. Sweany said: be had considerable
Strength on tha but ih.i
would not be a candidate again, declar
ing h waa wut af pontic for good. ' j
Haywood' attorney . acoearad
much surprised as those of the state
when the Jury returned it vrdlcC" All
had expected a disagreement and when
a verdict waa brought in those of coun
sel for th defense who were pressnt
in tna courtroom went wild wun joy.
They danoed about their client shouting
their congratulations and Judg Wood
mada no attsmpt to restrain them.
Orchard Keady tot Moo.
Harry Orchard took th verdict of the
Jury- vary philosophieslry-, saying that
e had elmply dona his duty and- eould
do no mora Hs also said that ho was
ready to take any punlshmsnt that
might ba meted out to him and ths
sooner ha got it tbr better It - would
Tha verdict of tha Jury, came a a aur-J
fl I mW l (J lUt DWpta VI OUIH, 1 KMT II
hough It was known shortly after mid
night that th majority of the Juror
stood for acquittal. It ' was believed
there - would be a disagreement. At
that tlma and until a much later hour
the Jury waa seven to five for ac
quittal. In th early hour of th morn
ing tha five--who-stood for aenvioMoo
went over to the other side and tha ver
dict of not guilty was returned.
The predictions of the Portland Ora-
fonlsn and the Boise Statesman that
ha Jury would ba found to stand II for
convlotlon ha been, received her with
a greet. deal of amusement th self-
evident coloring of tha story provoking
a gTsai ohu oi mi no. -.
' 4 omraai Is- Aeenrat.
Th sstlmste of the Oregon Journal,
nowsvar, wss -closer man that of
other caper received hera and ita
curacy has occasioned a great deal of
Mrs. Carruthers, Haywood' mother,
has rapidly recovered from her nervous
brsakdown since her ion's aeaulttal and
tha federation leader expreesed himself
ss most pieasea Decause or her sake,
that tha vardlot of not guilty was re-
After hearing tha verdict Haywood
walked through, the Jail shaking hands
with his former fellow prisoners and
Pettlbone, whom Haywood described as
a "sort ox a nappy .Hooligan, shouted:
"Olve mv rerarda to Broadway.' Mover
simply remarked. "That's good," when
ne neara tna veraiot ana aia not atop
Jurors, when questioned about th
verdict declared that there was nothing
to bass a vertllot of guilty upon but
Inference and suspicion and that th
Judge' instructions . settled all doubt
as to tha way they should vote In th
mmaa oi most er tnem.
Borah Vltlad Moths.
Although Benator Borah . naturally
feels bitterly disappointed at th verdict
ho take it very calmly and expreesed
Himself aa glad that the Jury did acquit
ine prisoner Decause or nis motnsr.
Haywood asked his attorneys to allow
him-to make a speech thsnklng the Jury
for Its action. Immediately after th
verdict was returned. Attorney Rich
ardson arose to hi feet and was about
to ask ths court for this permission
when he suddenly changed his mind and
resumed his ssat Haywood contented
himself with thanking each Juror per
sonally and assuring them all that they
would receive a cordial weloome at the
Haywood home any tlma they .earn to
lenver. - - ----
Attorneys Darrow and Richardson of
the defense stated - that they wers in
perfect accord with Haywood who said
thst no reit tnat ne naa oeen rainy
and Impartially treated by every ona
throughout tna xr
tha time of tha Bteunenberg assassins-
tlon hs probably would hava acted Just
aa Governor Ooodlng has dona -
Attorney -James tL Hawley of the
prosecution i broken down in health aa
reeult of the trial and haa started west
under car of his physician.
, Whsn Haywood called at tha hospital
to see John Murphy, general counsel of
th Western federation who is dying of
consumption, hs lifted ths dying man
in hi arm whUa tha latter gaapad
out: - fc
"Bill b thankful and ba humbla"
Head of American Federation ot
Labor Ia Not Surprised , r
. ' (Jearaal Special Berries,) ; V. '
Washington, July 1-Th vardlot la
tha Haywood case come aa no surprise
to President Samuel Oompora of tha
American- Federntion-f lbai Oom-
fers, upon hearing tha deeleion of tna
uror said, that hs did hot see how any
right minded - American could have
brought in any othsr kind t a verdict
Uompers aeciarea tnat urcnini oon
bigamy was enough to sicken any on
ana tnat no ngni minueu smincaa
would hang vn a yellow dog on such
tumony. . -
V TAUNT ltOOSEVELT
Wrltara oa-Appeal to Ileaaon .Wire
. ' Ck)OKratulatlons to President.
(Jearaal Special Berries.) '
Olrard. Kan-. July 19. Th Appeal to
Reaaon sent th following telegram to
President Roosevelt today: . - ,
' "Th Appeal to Reaaon and Ita reader
extend congratulation to you zor your
service rendered in securing tha ac
quittal of tha undeelrable cltlxen at
Boise, Idaho. Tou will be asked ta ex
plain your attitude to 10.000,000 work-
ingman during tna ooming campaign.
Haywood Treated Talrly.
- Haywood - stated- that he appreciated
tha fairness with which Benstor Borah
has treated him and that he holds no ill
win against any ona narrow stated
that had hs been governor of Idaho at
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CELEBRATE AT BtJTTE'"
Men, Women and Children Form Pa-
. rade In Honor of Haywood.
" (Special Dispatch to Th JoaraaL
Butt. Mont, July Jl. For several
lour laat night th street war
crowded with a wildly cheering mob ef
man. woman and children. During tha
afternoon, banner- war put on th
tract announcing a big parada on ao
count of th Haywood ' "viotory" . at
Boise. ' -
Tha Miner' union turned out almost
to a man and were headed by th B. eV
M. band. Th national emblem ap
peared quite frequently and Interspersed
throughout tba column of marching
men were banner bearing such in
scriptions a "Victory," "Hurrah for
Haywood." and "W Ar tha Undesirable
Citixsna The original column, consist
ing of tha Minora7 union, easily nurot
be red 1,000 men and was greatly in
creased along ths Una of march, while
crowds -Jlned tha curb and pushed Into
tba atreatr-haeiing madly.
Great excitement prevail over th
oomplet vindication or th head of th
Vestem Federation of Miner. It is
understood that Haywood will come to
Butt as soon as possible.
FLOOD OF TELEGRAMS
Haywood Invited to Speak at Large
Cltiea Throughout East. , ;
-'- ' (Joe-real Special service.) .-
Denver, Col., July If Headquarter
of th Western Federation of Minor
ar flooded with telegrams this morn
ing containing congratulation im th
vsrdlot' in the . Haywood casa Mes
sages are coming in from all parte of
,ii world, 10 foreign countries being
represented. All or tns larg eastern
cities are also Included in th list -
Invitation, to Haywood to speak In
Philadelphia, Cincinnati and Baltimore
were -received tnia morning. Thess
cities are planning receptions- for ths
federation leaders and Denver will give
Dim a royai welcome on nis return.
Mlnsrs who are oonvsrsant - with ths
situation declars that tha Haywood-verdict
will mean a' great Increase In ths
msmbership of t-s Western Federation
Of Miner. n ; .
LONDON BUTTS IN .
English. Paper Declare Haywood
. Verdict Is Result - of Anarchy-.
' (Jcarsal Special asrvles.)
' London, July I9r Th ' London pa-
bers call ths Haywood Verdict near
anarchy and aaao conditions ar crlt
"Th western- tat 1 a near anarchy
as a community Is likely to get' says
tha Star. "It is clear that huge chunks
of ths United States are still weltering
in raw undeveloped chaos and that tbs
country cannot digest itself." ' -
Comments of other paper ar along
tna asms mie. - ,r
SULTAN'S TR00FS IS
t:S FiqHXWITH BANDITS
' Tsna-ler. July ft. Fierce ftghtlna Is
renorted between Bandit RalsulTs foress
and ths government troops which were
sent to rssouo Kald Mclean, th Hootch
man who serves as th sultan's military
advisor, McLean was recently captured
by the bandit arid I being held prisoner
In ths mountains by the bandit who
hopes to secure a- substantial ransom
from tns government.
Reoorts of ths fight srs meagre and
It is not known which sld Is coming off
victorious. The bandits- hsve an ad
vantage for although thsy are not ao
frsat in number ss tha 'government
roop,-they era thoroughly familiar
with the battleground.
-r ' - i'
To the Sfocl(ho!ders of Hie Anglo-American Oil & Coal Cat
The following letter was recently received by George H. Hill, secretary and
treasurer of the Anglo-American Oil & Coal Company, from Captain E. J. Rath
bone, field superintendent of the company, dated "In Camp near Katalla, Alaska,
July 9, 1907": ; ; .- . . : -V V', : .. . :.; r
'.' Tear Sir: Th drill commenced dropping on July 2d, and we will loon have ' ,
hole to repoy. A strong oil seepage or,pring empties into th lake right in front of x
our cabin; it can be seen only at extreme low tide (two or three times year)., , We
feel contident oi success, but the drill alone can tell tbe final tale.
"Have two coal camps established and am getting down to business as fast as pos
sible; I want to get in shape to drift (drive some tunnels) on the coal during next
winter and get this well down and get moved to another site by last of October,' so
we can sink another well during the winter. I am figuring on remaining all 'winter .
myself to look after the work. . Surface work ia the summer and underground work
in the winter is rny plan. . - B v . .. - -. ... , .
; , "The railway people have had quite a battle, chiefly with clubs, but a little shoot- ' . ". ,
, 1 , ", ing, too. One man snot to death, another's arm hot off, a dozen arma and legs broken ,j
' " ' and eight sktlls cracked with pick handles. - Think the worst is over. The railroads' L
- progress i not ery speedy, but both insist they will reach the lake at least before j.s'i t.
fall; they receive 100 to 150 men every week, and while some leave, the force is in-,: , :'
- creasing Yery rapidly, ihe Uuggenheims' road has been delayed with their wharf by e
'. ; the scrap with the other road. They were trying to reach a atone quarry, with which '
to fill their trestle as they proceeded. . - . . ,i '
"They have three Locomotives, some cars, and a little track laid, right of . way -slashed
for 12 miles, and a good deal of earthwork and a small amount of roadwork -,
i done. , '.'. '- x ' - . - ''- - - . - i, '. '.
"No wharf facilities is a great burden to them. It costs $5.00 a ton' measurement
to pay lighterage from ship to shore, and all local freighting -Is expensive this'year,
' .-, much greater than last year. Our freight bills will amount to about $750.00 for our ,.
first shipment this season - (which ! brought up): v ,
v - ,.f ' "Men who do rough work get about 4000 a month and board as an average.-" V.
' .', : "Katalla needs a decent blacksmith shop and machine shop bad- ; .,. .v ;
- f "Mr. McDonald has opened a coalminers' store and is putting up a sawmill across
, '.J. Lthe lake, a mile and a half from our well and headquarter. i. ,
. "W are. all O. K making progress. : "Sincerely, yours, E. J. RATHBONE. f
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t Nine oil wells are on land 'adjoining this company's holdings,and in addi-
uon 10 me coat ena oi our enterprise, vuivir x n jLxvaivJLxj.u vu x-
7FIT IS NOWAT WORKTunder the personarsuperyision of Mr. Cluny, an oil
drilling expert from Pennsylvania, who has , "made good", both, in Pennsylvania
produce oil for" the Anglo-American Oil & Coal Company."' "The holdings
of this company embrace twelve thousand six hundred acres, and we are devel
oping this property as fast as possible. OVER ONE HUNDRED AND FIFTY
THOUSAND DOLLARS HAVE ALREADY BEEN EXPENDED, and as
, much more will be spent in the near fut ure. f - T',j; r-f --; ' y-r' .U2:;
Ve advise those persons who are alive to their own interests to immediate
ly' investigate this company and its holdings. ; . - V -
At the present time,' .when o,ur payroll amounts to several thousand dollars'
a month, besides other heavy expenditures, and an earnest desire on our part to
vigorously push the work along, you can secure a holding in this company at
TWENTY CENTS ON THE DOLLAR
It is a cheap buy. - Nothing can stop the rapidadvance" in the price of this com-"
pany's stocky it will soon be selling for more than double, its. present price, and;
when you have looked into the matter and made your own. investigation, you
will agree with. us. : ': ': '-v.--;-1- -
.. ; ' The men whoare at the head of this, company are heavily, interested: .This'
is one of the few companies the success" of .which: does not depend wholly on;
the sale of, stock. .We are going ahead as fast as possibleand our success is
already assured. ' We now offer you an opportunity to become interested with. us,
but you must act at once. ''.'::: :v 1 '
The Anglo-American Oil & Coal Company will handle their own product,
and with shipping facilities now building as fast as men and money can' do the
work, it will not be long before the business offices of this company. will be open
from 8 in the morning till 6 in the evening to receive orders for a better grade of
coal than ever before produced 6n the Pacific coast; v .'..v.: AV-r." 'rTP"
The anthracite and semi-bituminous smokeless steaming coal found in south
eastern Alaska has no equal on the Pacific coast, and its appearance in the mar-,
ket will revolutionize the coal business from Vancouver to San Diego---;'--:-;-.
Anglp-Amcrican Oil and Goal (p
OPFICKRS AND TRUSTEES '
Z.OT7TS 0. CXOJUE9.. ........ FresldsaS
' President and Manaaer Woodard,. Clark V Ce
-a , . Chmlsta-tru((lst. .
M. sV anTTOCal..., ........ ...Tlrrt Yl-lrUm
Publlhr Dally Orejonlan. : - .
nis a TAaTlW....'..'. V.JIseoad Ttoa-Vraaldsat
Oe Chuu Irritation ft Powr Co. '
' 9. W. WAXSTms . . . . . .'..Third Tloa-rrealdsatt
Waksfleld, Frie at Ca.-
wavawa a, aina . . ww ry muwi wm a I
Vice-President Title Querantse 4k Trust- Co.
a. . maroon
Formerlr Buperlntendent or Water Lines of th
rial amy, XataUa, Alaafca
f Water Llnss of tha
O. R. A N. Co. . , myr
tJOV iUn. , . ,J . . . Ospltallst, Seattle, Vajb.
mOBIAT . MnmXBX, stasias Maoarer.
607-608 - Commercial Block, Corner Second and Washington Streets, Portland, Oregon
C ASTOR I A
, , j0t Infants And Children.
Tti ikl Yea K2TI Alvrsjs Esrjtl
Bar th .
" w sr mm -
A . troupe of ntrtlnr. who . ar
geouine negroe though not. gsnuln
minstrels, appeared at tha Helllr last
night -under- th - am-a . th -Ui
MlBstrel. Th oompany i owM ana
directed by R. Voelckel end John J. No.
Ian, who tyi themselves ths "Barnum
a. naii rf wmm nae-rn tnlnstrslsv. '
Ths performance followed, th tlm
honored customs or mmstrsi snows in
ths arrangement of its program, ths
efforts of tha psrformsrs, Jokes, tnusl.
eal numbers and other features of old
tlms minstrelsy. There wss sn Inter
locutor, sndmsa and other regulation
P'TfnV"empany Inetudes several voices
of remaraabi natural mini, i " j
the sams time almost devoid Of real
funmaksrs. The danoing and singing
and the stsrs of the aggregation were
worthy of the nest mlnstrsl performers,
but.sfforts at funrasklng wer not up to
th stsndsrd - of - the most mediocre
vsndevilie performance. . '
The first psrt of th program wa
devoted to singing and dancing spsolal
tles br various members of ths com
pany. Among tha membsrs whose sing.
ins especially pleased the sudience wars
Chsrles Williams. H. . Wooten, Monro
Tabor and Charlas Flsmlnr
A travesty sntltled. "A K-O-w-l Peed,
or th Coontown Court" occupied the
saoond part of ths program, snd pro
vided s-raat merriment for ths sudl
enre Th plec wss staged br Charles
Williams and ths muale arranged by
There wss a s-ond-slaed ndlnc to
basr th minstrel arrformsnre, and it
showed I's apprerlsfion by rspeated en
cores. The plsle tflnstrels Is an or
ganlxatlnn of colored elngera and dang
ers which haa bn far more suoceaafnl
than -most of the so-cslled minstrel
show of modern days, and i known
throughout Ui aountry. .
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I not a difficult rastter whsa yoa
V ' ' ; ., US -. -.,
THE ORIENTAL WOOD riMSfl
A combination of most durabl Tar
ntsh and Stain for Interior Wood .
Work, rioers, Furnltur. sto,
THE EIC PAINT STORE
Fisher Jhorseo & Co.
FRONT AiND MORRISON STa
GRAKD JURY tllOBES
DEATH OF MRS. MAGILL
(Josraal BpaHftl larrtce.)
r Ill T . . 1 . a A ,rt. ,1 'M.l
Jury to Investigate tbe ohargee of uxorl
clite against Frsd slaglll and murder
ssjalnst his bride wss impanelled this
morning. Instructed by the court, snd
sant into secret session, vnvemv-rour
witnesses hers have been suhDoened by
th state. Msslll finds publlo sentiment
Is not entirely In' his favor, but hi
lodge member ar standing by him.
The Mtruotural Building Trade At
Uaao oX America, now baa a number-
, COFFEE -;
Schilling's Best is a busf-ness-likc
name; you know
what it means: and it
means what you want?Vj
Tear trocar rats rot year aeaey K re Sae!
Uke It; we par hist.
ship ot I0S.00S ouUld ( Kew Tk
ity.. - it. ...... .