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THE EUGENE WEEKLY GUARD
EUGENE, OREGON, THURSDAY, JUNE 6, 1907
ORCHARD TELLS STORY OF STUENENBURG MORDER ON STAND
forniture dealers of
northwest are indicted
Portland. June 5.—In the United
States district court today indict-
jnents were returned against one hun
dred and eighty lurnnure nealers of
Oregon Washington, Idaho and Cal
ifornia ’ for alleged violation of the
Sherman anti-trust law. The list in
cludes practically every manufacturer
and Jobber in the states named, and
a larg<‘ number of retaDers, and in
volves practically the membership of
•five furniture associations:
Northwest Furniture Exchange, the
Northwest Retail Furniture Dealers'
Protective Association, the Oregon
Retail Dealers' Furniture Assocla-
INTO THE COURTS
'tain questioas propounded to him by
members of the commission at the
recent hearing in New York, when
the Alton deal was under considera
Tulsa. Okla., June 4.— William H
Murray, president of the receut con-
stitutional convention, today issued
Washington, June 4. —The ques- a
tlon, and the Lewlstoa Furniture
proclamation for the election Au- I
Club, of Lewiston, Idaho.
,tion as to whether the government gust «6th, despite the injunction of
The charge preferred in the in- will enter on criminal prosecution the federal «-ourt.
dictmesn is conspiracy in Testraint of
against E. H. Harriman, the railroad
(At the present time no
_ ___ magnate, for vUlatjon of the Sher
dealers are members of any of these man anti-trust law, was considered
associations, although at one time at a conference between President
St. Petersburg. June 5.—The final
there were two or three here who
belonged to the Oregon Retail Weal- Roosevelt and V. K. Lane, of the in drafts of the Russo-Japanese com
terstate commerce commission, at mercial treaty have been completed
ers’ 'Asocial ion.)
the White House tonight. Mr. Lane and sent to Tokio for approval.
was with thf president for more than
Chicago Wheat Market.
an hour and upon leaving the White
An attempt was made to secure an
Chicago. June 5.—Closing prices House announced that before July 1 ordinance at Marshfield licensing
wheat were: July, 95 1-1, Sep- legal proceedings would be instituted real estate dealers at *250 a year,
to compel Harriman to answer cer- but it failed completely.
Mail Ord rs uromp ly Filled
Eu^en »’s Leading Store
Agents for Standard Pattern#
Towne’s Suede Lisle
Strictly Cash Store
Buy and Sell
Attend Our June Carnival Sale
Big Reductions in Every Department
One Hundred Kimonas
35 c Values 22c
Fabrics Half Price
m >st favorite weaves
An opportunity for shrewd buyers to se
cure dainty wash materials at the prices
of ordinary cottons. A line Of all the
newest weaves from the best manufac
turers. Ther«> are fine fabrics.for neat
ly tailored suits; fine sheer materials
for evining »ear and dressy gtrwns, also
desirable weaves fqr children’s and
misses' dresses, consisting of towns, or
gandies, tissues and batistes, in dainty
floral designs; qualities worth from
25c to 60c a yard.
Your choice for
20c Lint-n Finished Duck 15c
1000 yards of superior quality lhien fin
ished duck, suitable for summer suits
and dresses. Jtegular 20c valire
cial for .......... -...........
100 Silk etticoats
$6 velue for $5
Come in all the popular shades, full
and trimmed in latest
Reg ’• •
Spetaa 1 foj-
The handsomest line
of Kimonas which
we have shown shls
season; come in
pretty floral designs
and in the most
and trimmed with
fancy ribbons. Reg
ular S5c grade.
Special for .... 22c
$1.50 Wool Suiting 65c
Hundreds of yards of latest weaves in
wool suitings, checked effects, very suit
able for coats and suits. All this sea
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that are specially finished and guaran
teed to give excellent wear.
*1.40 and *1.50 grades.
ASSASSIN'S CRIME STORY TRIAL MAYOR SCHMITZ
FEDERATION OF MINERS
San Francisco Executive Is Charged
With Extorting Money From French
Restauranteurs - Opening State-
ment Made By Special Prosecu
Boise, June 5,—The first witness until 1902, later returning to Utah
called this morning was J. M. Bruz- and Idaho.
Th«1 Vindicator Explosion
nell, a hotel proprietor of Nampa.
He reached Cripple Creek in July,
Idaho, who identified the names of 1902, retaining his membership in
Thomas Hogan and John L. Simp th«1 union and working In the Vindi
kins on his hotel register in Novem cator mine, leaving there during the
strike. He remained In the vicinity
nearly a year. He was offered ,200
San Francisco. June 5.—The trial
A. Dinkey and J. A Conners, ho by President Davis, of his union, to of Eugene Schmits commenced today.
tel keepers at Nampa and Silver City, blow up the mine, and engaged with The mayor is charged with extorting
established the presence of Simpkins a <«>1111111111011 named Schelt* to do so. money from French reatauranteurs.
in their respective cities in Novem and fired a couple of shots at a man Assistant District Attorney Hehey's
running the cage, but could not find opening statement was delivered with
th«1 right opportunity and came out of extreme care and minuteness, laying
C II. Wentz, bookkeeper of a min the mine, lie niad«1 a second nttenipt itefore the jury a plot, as alleged by
ing company at Walace, Idaho, for which was successful, and Superin the prosecution, on the part of the
merly in a bank at Wardner, iden tendent McCormick and Shift Boss mayor and Ruef to “carry on a sys
tified th«1 photograph of Simpkins Melbaek were killed.
and his signature in the various ho
Next Orchard went to Denver to through the instrumentality of the
see Moyer anil Haywood, president police commissioners.
Guy Feight, of Nampa, told of se«>- and secretary of the Western Federa
Jury to Try Schmits,
ing Orchard and Simpkins in com tion, who commended him for blow
Following Is the jury finally select
pany at Caldwell, prior to the assas ing up the mine as a "fine piece of ed to try Schmitz:
sination of Governor Steunenberg.
L. Well, department stor«1 buyer.
Defendant Hayward took the tes
Moyer gave him ,20 and Haywood
Paul Bancroft, real estate broker.
timony down in a book during the ex I ,300 for blowing up th«1 mine.
Charles H. Gish, contractor.
amination of witnesses today.
James Feltelberg, furniture dealer.
Orchard returne«! to Cripple Creek
Harry Orchard was then called to in 1903, and since then had not done
George de Urloste.commisslon mer
Two men, Parker and Davis, were
John O'Mara, blacksmith.
ORCH ARD'S RECITAL OF
arrested for blowing up th«1 Vindica
Theo. Dellwig, retired banker.
HIS AWI FL CRIMES tor mine. Parker and Davis had plan
Charles S. Capp, real estat«1 broker.
ned to wreck a train carrying "scabs"
Janies E P.Benson. pressman.
Orchard was well groomed and ap and Invited Orchard to participate,
Thomas Elorlck, haberdasher.
parently as composed as any one of hut ho went to tho railroad people
Hugh Burns,retired coal merchant.
his hearers as he told the story of and told of the plot.
Royal W. Cudworth, coal dealer.
He told of several meetings with
His true name, he said. Is Alfred Moyer.
Horsely, and he was born in North
Court then took a recess for lunch.
umberland county, Canada, 41 years
Triiul to Kill Penbody.
ago. He assumed the name of Or
After luncheon Orchard resumed
chard eleven years ago. when he came his story and told of a meeting with
to the United States in 1896 and went Haywood and Pettibone tn Denver
to Spokane, thence to Wallace, Idaho, They asked him to fix up a scheme to
and to Burke, where he engaged In assassinate Governor Peabody. Ac
Indianapolis, Ind., June 4.—Not a
the wood and coal business, which he cordingly Orchard arranged to hide copy of Colller'a nor a copy of the
sold out In 1899, when he went to behind a wall near Peabody's resi Saturday Evening Post can be secur
work in the mtneH, becoming a mem dence and shoot him. A man named ed In this city.. Persons interested iu
ber of the Western Federation of Adams was assigned to help him,Pet the article regarding Vice President
tibone giving them sawed off shot Fairbanks, which appeared In these
In the course of his recital he was guns to shoot Peabody with. They two publications, which reached here
Interrupted by many objections from followed Peabody three weeks at one on Saturday, have been making the
the defense, which were overruled.
time but failed to kill him bt'eause j rounds of the hotels and news stands,
Orchard's sworn story was a blood the governor was accompanied by a 1 but it is impossible to get a copy of
curdling recital of conspiracy and as lady.
Later Orchard and his com either publication. The thing Is un
sassination. He told the story of the panion were to assassinate I.yte Greg- precedented in this city, as both pe
blowing up of the Sullivan and Bun- ory.deputy sheriff,who was ,,against riodicals have always been on the
ker Hill mines at Wardner, which he us." Orchard fired at Gregory one ni'ws stands for days ar.d even weeks
declared was the result of a federa- night and believes he killed him.
atlon plot, after which the Couer d'
His act was approved by the federa
It is said that the local notice of
Alene troubles were suppressed by tion officials, lie had been getting the appearance of the two articles
Governor Steunenberg. After the ar money right along front the federa aroused the friends of Vice President
rival of the f«‘deral troops In Idaho tion.
I Fairbanks, and that as soon as the
Orchard went to Montana for two
Attorney Hawley being unwell, the periodicals arrived they went In force
weeks, thence to Utah to work In the court adjourned until tomorrow, at to the hotels and newsdi'alers and
Ben Butler mine, and In 1900 to Cali
.bought up every copy that came to
'’he city, except such as were ordered
fornia and Arizona, where he worked
(Continued on Page Twelve. I
I in advance by regular patrons.
OFFICERS OF THE
W. 0. W. ENJOINED
Denver, June 4.—9 temporary In
junction yas Issued yesterday by Dis
trict Jtidg«1 George Allen, on appllca-
|tlon of Mrs. Jessie Falkenburg Fal-
New V ash S 1 •
Wave received another consignment of la
dies' lawn, dimity and gingham suits.
Prices, a suit,
*3.50 to $1^.00
Wool Dress Go ds $1 vol. 35c
a gray and tan colors,
All wool materia’
d »nd very suitable for
Sold regularly for *1.00
a yard. Special for
It Is claimed, assumed charge of the
*65 00 which was subscribed by the
various camps of the order for the
erection of a monument, and con
tracted for a lot and a monument to
cost that sum.
COOS COUNTY TOWNS
VOTE FOR BOOZE
Coquille. Or., June 4.—At the
election held In Coos county yester
day on the question of licensing the
Paclflc University Is to have a
*20.000 brick gymnasium.
Steamers are now running to Nome
from Seattle and other state ports.
John Paul Jones, the traveling jias-
senger agent for the Southern Pa-
| rifle who has been seriously III at
the Good Samaritan hospital In Port-
I land, is recovering and will soon be
able to be out. Mr. Jones accompa
nied the Shriners to Los Angeles, and
while there became 1)1 and underwent
a surgical operation In Portland upon
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will need to
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be positive about, goods that you
We like to sell clothes that our customers can
hes you know are good.
don't have to take anybody's
to everybody. That's one
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made of strictly all-wool
thing we like about H. S. & M. clothes—they are
thoroughly tailored, and
fabrics; fashioned and designed by leading artists.
models. weaves- colors
hand-sewn in all vital parts,
$10 <o $30.00
Men’s and Bov-’ S’raw Hats
Our assortment of straw hats this sea
son is immense.
ztyle and weave may be found in this
Hats for old and yoting, rich and
Hats for town or country
with black or colored ribbon
’■ands. Prices from 25c to... $3.00
escopes, fedoras, etc.
Do not fail
to see them; every one
specially priced for this great event
Prices from *5.00 to ..
Copvright 1907 by Hart Schaffner C7 Marx
Widow of ex-King Milan of Ser
via and mother of King Alexan
der, wLo was assassinated.
MRS. JOHN WATSON.
Widow of Rev. Dr. John Wat*
kori, well known in the literary
world as Ian Maclaren.
Ils, daughter of the late F. A. Falk
enburg. founder of the order of
Woodmen of the World, enjoining
the officers of the order from pro
ceeding with the building of the Falk-
enburg monument. The complaint Is
filed in the name of Deaver Camp No.
1, and Mrs. Fallis, John Alton, Ed-
win N. Burdick and W. P. Horan,
constituting the Falk«-nburg .Memo-
rial Association, igainst the head
ramn of the Pacific jurisdiction of
with I ts officers and board
sale of liquor the county went wet by
a majority of 600. All the towns of
the county voted for saloons except
Myrtle Point, which went dry by a
majority of 106, and East Coquille,
dry by a majority of 1. West Co
qullle, which has heretofore been dry,
LADY MARY COOPER.
Wife of Sir George A. Cooper,
who is interested in the settlement
of Jgines Henry (“Silent”) Suuth'a
Fred G. Parker, formerly In
restaurant business here, has b«
suit in the circuit court against M
and Jennie Henninger to for •<
a mortgage note for *1200, give
tho time the defendants purch
the plaintiff's restaurant.