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UiJITED. RAILROAD BOOKS
ARE PRODUCED IN COURT
r raises rn r u-NA.
Court's Orders Complied With in Connection Willi Trial
of Tirey L. FordIIeney Became Exasperated When ;
Traction Cashier Failed to Tell Vhat He Knew. "
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. Ban . Francisco, Oct. . It Complying
with the court's orders, the book of
the United Railroads wer produced In
court this morning when the' trial of
, Tirey L. Ford wtl resumed.
The first witness, Secretary WUcutt.
was called. Wtloutt was followed by
an office boy bearing a huge stack of
the corporation's books. Prosecutor He
ney did not Immediately delve Into the
books, hut be.n by showing that many
of the directors of the railroad company
have not been attending to the direc
tion of the company and have been out
" of the stale fur some time. i '
' ' Bank Accounts Examined. , ,
The bank accounts of the corporation
were next (rone into. WUcutt . slating
that the company's accounts had been
kept In the Walls-Fargo National bank
snd with the Mercantile Trust company.
WUcutt denied having- any knowledge
of the Inrge sums of money that had
been mbneferred from New Kork to
the mint and placed to the account of
Thnrnwall Mullally. Kvery querftlon In
regard te the books was objected to
by Attorney Kogrs.
Clark WJto Knew Tired.
He then asked . f or the accounts In
which the money would hsve been en
tered had It been entered at all. A
-lerk named Bowlen had jnarte the en
tries for April and May. 10, at "the
time the money was sent here from ihe
east, tie nan neen fliscnargoo, in me
latter part of last
t year and vvucutt
of bis whereabouts
was unable to tell
. mt t Vi a nrMADt. tlink.
The Journal from which the entries
were made was then produced and In
spected bv - Heney. The Journal also
showed that ao entry of the money had
been made. ' .
A. M. Dahler, cashier of the United
Railroads, wan the. next witness.- -
"Did Mullally turn over SM00 to you
shortly after ths ftreTV . , I
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Dealer's Memory Defective, .
Dahler'a memory was defective. He
recovered later, and Prosecutor Heney
Inquired If he had any memoranda. It
President Roosevelt Advised
Latter's lieutenants Are
Too Industrious! : '
(United rress Lease Wtoe.
Washington. "Oct.: 1. Fresh reports
J f a dash between the Taft and Cortel
you presidential ambitions are afloat
They emanate this time from Canton,
; where It Is said Arthur L Voorles, 8ee-
; retary Taft'i manager, had a long con
ference ..with ..President. Roosevelt apfl
made It clear to him that tha Taft men
did not like? the "political behavior1 of
Becretsry Cortelyou and his" lieutenants.
Especially ws It made plain that ths
friendliness shown to Cortelyou by the
. eighth Virginia district was distasteful
to the Taft men. as wss also First As
sistant Postmaster General Hitchcock's
activity in the south and the constant
rumors that Cortelyou was laying plans
: to bag the New York delegation, Voorles
.'1s said to have urged on the president
the need for a better understanding
among the Roosevelt men. - . . i
CLINK OF COINS.
(Continued from Page On a)
talned all his former dealers and op
erators. . " ' . - r
. Wto "Direct Bvldenoe."
WhenMhe agitation waa first begun
to close the gambling house Sheriff
Seattle explained that he couldn't act
without "direct evidence." District At
torney Hedges, whose brother, State
Senator Hedges, Is attorney for the Mll
waukle club, also declared that ha could
do nothing without evldenea. - '
Former Sheriff Tom Word of Mult
nomah county who closed gambling in
Portland in Just one hour, declares that
direct evldenoe. la merely ao exouee
that common reputation Is enough to
warrant closing such a resort.
The decent residents of Mllwaukla are
up In arma over the reopening of the
club, although the city government as
before Is In favor of allowing the hell
to operate freely. Mayor Schlndler of
Mllwaukle who built the clubhouse, baa
aald that It Is a benefit to the town as
It pays a big license for gambling and
liquor selling. . . r- '
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New Barrack at Ft. Stevens.
i" ' - (gpeelal Dtspatck te The JmraL
Astoria, Or, Oct. t. The auartermaa
ter's department at Fort Stevens has re
reived orders from ' the department In
Washington that plans have been ap
proved for the construction .of a bar
' racks at Fort Stevena to accommodate
of tea depends on soil,
' -f Folder's
are selected and blended
by tea experts. Packed
flavor-tight in dust proof
cartons, f v- '; , w v
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SAN rRANCIfCO -Imsertert
mt Para Toal -
developed that the entries had been
made In the cash book, which had been
sent to New York last November after
tiie grand jury bad begun Its Investiga
tion. Dahler could not tell the amount
nf mnnur nor the stse of the Hacks. He
could not even tell what he had done j
Willi 1110 mutiny nm im iihu
To every queue ion anked the witness had
the one unfailing reply: . , t
"I don't remember.'' , - - -
. Ksney Became exasperated. ,
"Well, where did you get the money
to pay vour men with?" exasperated at
the failure of 'he witness to tell what
he knew .
Attorney Rogers' here' Interrupted
and admitted that the IDO.OOO received
rrom the mint had been used to pay off
the men. He also promised to see If
the money received by Mullally hurt been
deposited in the Wess-Fargo . National
bank. . -
"Did you ever receive $50,000 from
Tlrey L. Ford after the fire -In cur
rency?" . ' ; . - ' . .
"No. sir." - --- ' -"Did
you later receive $100,000?"
"Did you ever receive $100,008 from
Ford or anyone else In currency of
small denominations V 0
"No. sir." ' -
Take the witness,"' concluded Heney,
In a tone of satisfaction. -
Dahler was excused ' without cross
examination. : I . ...
Boss Jsaefa Bister am Stand.
'"Call Miss Ruef." v .
A murmur arose from the crowd
which caused the bailiffs to call for
- yon are the sister of -A.' Ruef, and
have been doing his stenographic work
for several yearsT"
The application of the United Rail
roads for a franchise was shown to her
and she was asked If she had typewrit
ten tt - - y
XKo. sir." - ' i ,.
'. "Ever sea !t before V' ' . .'
' "Not tlU yesterday when you showed
It to me." X-
That's all," declared Heneyand At
torney Rogers motioned for her to leave
the chair, which she did and Immediate
ly left the courtroom.
Government; Eequcsted - to
' Stop Indiscriminate: Ex-:'
portation of JlateriaL
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Ottawa, Oct. S. The government . Is
taking Into consideration the question of
the exportation of pulpwood, and It Is
expected that at tha next session of par.
1 lament a measure putting a stop to tha
sale of such' wood outside tha country
wll .P passed. .Tha matter has been
forced upon tha attention oX tha admin
Ifltfatlon" xwing to tha tremendous In
roads ' that havs been made upon tha
pulpwood resources of the country In re
cent years. The drain for both tha home
manufactures and for the foreign mar
ket has become so great as to alarm
those who are thoroughly alive to the
situation. . If It should continue on Its
present scale It will be a serious matter
In the near future. Tha government has
been urged from many quarters to take
action to prevent the absolute decline of
the pulpwood resources, and It Is con
vinced that something ought to be done,
and that without delay.
It la understood that ths state of af
fairs Is somewhat analagous to that
which prevailed In Ontario when the un
restricted exportation of -pine loga waa
permitted. -At that time the pine was
carried away in Its unmanufactured state,
and the danger of the complete strip
ping of tha province was Imminent. The
federal government tried to correct the
trouble complained ' of ' by placing an
export duty ..on loga But this move
ment -was not efficacious. Absolute
prohibition of the exportation of logs
was therefore determtnednpon, jind. the
result has been satisfactory In that lt
has conserved the Interests of Cana
dians. The pulpwood situation la very
similar to that which prevailed In the
case of logs, and It Is firmly believed
that the remedy which was applied to
tha one problem with auch success
ought to be applied to the other. That
the government Is alive to the neces
sity for, action Is well known,. and that
It will propose legislation at tha coming
session Is conceded. In anticipation of
the new law the pulp trade will short!
DUln trade will ahortlv
meet to discuss the matter and to ad
vise with the government. - ( .
-MtmDEKED MAN : :
y (Continued from Paga OntJ. :
now It ts worse since they have 'ar
rested Borah and brought Steunenbergg
name in. ,
, Q. Ton know OrchardT
A. Yea. sir. ' .- . . ;...'
Q. ' How long have ; you been ac
quainted with him? ' . .
A. Five or six years.'"" .--"ft
Q. . Ten didn't gee anyone at tha time
thla bomb went oaf t , , v
A. Not a sdul. . - ' ' 4
, Q, . Nor. hear anyone T ' '
A. No, sir. - . -'
Q. As you went home, did you go
along tha street by Roralg s place when
you oama home last nlghtT
A. I came up a HUle different-than
I' usually do. I came up by Wisdom's
drug store and then on down to Third,
and then on down by Castle's and over
across In front of Komlc's house, snd
then on home different than I ordinarily
r go. . I usually go down Fourth street.
At me time t atom t think about thla
fallow when I was going home. I just
happened to go that way. Of course I
have heard some things lately In re
gard to this. It has been reported, as
you know well. I have had a chance
to olose tha gambling up here. I mean
the state Is Interested. Tou know how
It Is In the - rest of the state. - Many
talked to me about this thing, but I
don't think there was -anybody con
nected with it (probably thegsmblers)
who would do anything. Still, there are
individuals that are prelty radical and
Cranky. . - - . .
Q. That oaa nerson that you" saw
down there Is the only one that you
have any suspicions ofT--.
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3I00XLESS JUPITEK ;
AVILL BE OBSERVED
1 ' It'ntted " Pr Leased Wlr..t ' v
Paris, October t. One of tha rsrest
or sstronflmioal rihenomena an appar
ently moonlena Jupiter will be wit.
neasodj tomorrow evening by a party of
French observers now In India for that
burpoae. At ordinary times four satel
lites are Visible through a telescope, but
for 10 minutes tomorrow evening all will
Vanish, tAree being behind the planet
and one In front. It Is believed that
this will afford an exceptional occasion
for the Study of Jupiter.
The phenomena can be witnessed only
In Asia gnd Australia. '
' Ex-Senator M. C Butler.
Dyspepsia Is Often Caused By
tank of ths Stomach Teraaa Belters
Oatarrirof.Uia gtomach and X There
fore a Bemedy for Dyspepsia.
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Hon. M- C. -Butler, U. S. Senator
from South Carolina for twff farms.
In a letter from Washington, IX C.
writes to the Peruna Medicine Co.
as follows: ; ."''''
"X earn reoommend Vernna fbt dys
pepsia and stomaoh trouble. . Z have
been mslae; your medicine So a short
period and I feel vary tana re
lleved. It is tadeed a . wonderful
medio lne. besides a good tonic"
CATARRH of the stomach is the eor
VJ . rect name for moat cases of dyspepsia.-
Only . an .-! Internal ' catarrh
remedy.' such as Peruna. Is available.
Peruna Tablets can aovr be precured
NewOrganization Comes to
r lifc at Board's Annual --'.Banquet
WILL BOOST FOE : ' ; ;
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Hemben and Out of . Town Gaesta
Review City's AccoixfpIlshiMBta
Dnrlnf Past Tea
PortUaj to Be
Greatest City in" Northwest.
: Tor tha third time thla year tha Port
land Realty board met last night in tha
banquet hall of Richard's hotel and en
joyed ; an ' excellent dinner, listened to
several stlrrlne. speeches - from both
members of ths organisation and Invited
guests and closed the evening by or-'
ganlstng the Portland ' Real Estate ex
change. - - - , . ' ..
" Following the serving of coffee and
cigars, J. O. Rountree, chairman of the
banquet committee. Introduced W. 11.
Moore, president of the board, as toast
master of the evening. Mr. Moore com
plimented the organisation on the prog
ress It had made, and declared . that
much of the 'material progress that
Portland is now enjoying can be direct
ly traced to the energy and sagacity
of the city's real estate dealers. . . .
i '.. . Manning- Jrraiaes Work. U '. h
He then called upon nistrtct Attorney
John Manning, one of the guests of
honor, who paid a high tribute to the
splendid body of men that compose the
realty board. "Almost every new man
ufacturing enterprise, many, of . the
handsome business blocks put up In the
past two years and a majority or tne
new mercantile establishments In Port
land are due-to the untiring-efforts!
of some one of the city's realty- dyU-t
era." declared Mr. Manning. He comrtll-.
mented the board upon the personality,
of its president, saying. "W. H. Moore j
nas provea nis worm ana aeeerve un i
espect of very resident of this clt
h.n mlMfnrtiine reentlv befell him
tha closlna of his bank, he turned over
to the receiver his private fortune, thus
manifesting a spirit of honesty and in
tegrity rarely met with."
Mr. Manning's praise of Mr. Moore
waa heartily applauded, as were several
similar references made by other speak-
r" ' "ire More Than Kpeetad.'.'
L. . 1 Dean.: of San' Francisco, who
waa formerly a Portland architect, was
called upon and responded in a .iappy
vein. "Portland." aald he, "has done no
more than I expected Pf It when I left
here eight years ago. Had It done lees,
I would Jjave been disappointed. It has
become a great city and is destined to
attain a muoh larger growth. It is the
one natural site on the north Paolflo
coast for a splendid city." -
Following the addresses the question
of establishing a real estate exchange
came up for discussion. When It was
finely moved to establish ths exchange,
It carried unanimously. M. O. Orlffln.
E. B. Jackson. Frank Blnnott and A. F
Bwenaon were named ss a committee
to work out the details connected with
the estsbllshment snd organisation of
the exchange. The suggestion wan made
by E. J. Daly that the committee cor
respond with Other coast cities snd ss
certaln the manner In which these ex
changes are conducted. "
The boartl pledged Itself to work for
reform in street paving. ' .
A number of short speeches were
made by members of the board express
ing confidence In s good realty market
throughout the fall and earning winter.
(United Presi 'leased ' Wlre.t
Washington, Oct. . Jeneral William
P. Duvall waa today appointed a major-general
In the army. , Vice- General
McCaskey retired. ' LJ i
D'Annonxlo Marriee. '.
; (United Press Leased Wire ! . . .
New York. Oct. I. The Church of
the Holy Cross will be the scene of a
notable, woddlnit this evening when
Antonio irAnnunslo. a brother of the
noted Italian playwright and author.
Uabrlele D'Aanuaslo, will take as his
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bride Miss Adele D'AnnnnsI. daughter
of Mrs. Phllomeno D'Annunilo of
Abrusso, Italy. A number of guests
from Italy are here for the wedding.
The ceremony at the church will be
followed by a large reception at the
home of Mr. lAununxlo In West Forty.
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GIVING AWAY ,
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)ln Broadcloth and Fancy Mix
Iturcs, $12.50 Values, Thursday
r-""' only - . .
IViestlcy Craenettes, Regular
- $12.50 Values ' :
Regular $25.00 Values, Thurs-
v - day Special at . rt
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Merchant! ' and
Stock on the
In Black Broadcloth and Fancy
; Mixtures, $15,00 Vafues,
j V Thursday V
Regular $2 Values,' Thursday
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rapidly increasing in value and are now worth more
than double the price of like quality and.size in 1900.'
;lhey are going to be worth much more, and
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