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BALBM, OREGON, TUESDAY, MAY 1, 1894.
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COXEY & BROWNE ARRESTED
tho Steps of the Capitol
KELLY ARMY GOING HUNGRY.
Miners in Illinois Will Work or
GHENT.Belglum.May 1 At Hanime,
19 miles from here, tho rope makers
ceased work and joined In the disor
dered May day parade whieb broke
windows with atones. .Local gen
d'armes restored order after a number
Berlin, May 1. An identical reso
lution was passed, at all the May-day
meetings held throughout Germany,
demanding full equality before tho law;
unfettered liberty to combine in trades
union or other organizations; the aboli
tion of child labor, and that such labor
shall not be exploited, and thorough
organization of workiugmen.
All Quiet in France.
Paris, May 1. May day is passing
oil quietly throughout France.
Italy and Sicily Quiet.
-RoMRMayl. No May'day disor
ders are reported in Italy or in Sicily
Oozey's at Washington.
Washington. May 1. Coxey and
Browne were arrested at noon today on
the cunltol steps. The commonweal
army was astir eany loaay upon
Brlgbtwood Heights with preparations
for.a procession to the capitol. The
men passed a cold night, many sleep
ing on the ground. "There was an
early breakfast of eggs, bread and rof
fee. Tents were packed into wagons
and tho army was aligned before nine
o'clock. All men carried staves on
which fluttered "white flags with the
motto "Peace on earth; good will to
men; but death to Interest on bonds."
Before the start Browne formed the
men into a hollow square and put them
through a most remarkable drill.
Staves were handled like guns and
when Browne shouted "glory and
peace" they cheered three times and
waved sticks in the air. "
At 10:15 a. m. the army started for
toe city. As the caravan worked its
way down a three mile "Stretch of
woods to the city It was a most fan
The Philadelphia 'commune, CO men
strongi stood on one side waiting to (all
in. The bass drum boomed dismally
and bagpipes emitted shrill screams,
After a march twice arouud the ground
the men were drawn up iu line and
more cheers and drilling followed.
Browne harangued the men In cm
tomary street fakir strain.
When near the capitol Browne halt
ed the cojum and dismounted. He. and
Coxey then started toward the entrance
of the capitol followed by the police,
Before he was recognized he was on
the tenth step of the east front entrance.
Olllcers theu closed In on him. The
great crowd recognized him, and a
shout went up from every corner.
Coxey turned to the crowd and
raised his bat. He wis pale.
"What do you want here?" asked
"I wish to-make a speeou," repneu
Coxey. HIa voice Bhowed intense
"But you can't do that."
"Then can I read a protest?'' asked
He drew from his pocket a typewrit
ten manuscript and began to unfold it.
in Harden took Coxey by the kit
arm and Lieutenant Kelly took blra
by the right. Tbey moved down the
steps, solid rauks of oflloera following.
UnnntMl nollce charged tbecrowd, and
it looked as If there would be trouble,
but the little knot of offlowa prewed
forward with Coxey in the center
flanked by mounted officers.
There waa no formal arrest, Coxey
.rnl toward the. amy which still
stood on B street. When Browne
reached tho capitol atepi two poilcemea
threw themselves upon him and
dragged him to a police station.
When the police had escorted Coxey
to a carriage be clambered into tho ve
hicle, and a loud , cheer went up from
tbecrowd. The .commonwealers fell
into step, and with Coxey bowing
right and.; left, aki wild cheers, tho
procession turned down Second street
to the south, and, started to a new
camp in a malarious region at the ex
treme southern part of tho city.
Christopher Columbus Jones, of tho
Philadelphia contingent, was also ar
rested. He and Browne will be ar
raigned in the police court tomorrow,
on a charge of violation of the special
act of congress against assemblages in
tbe capitol ground. Tho penalty is a
fine not to exoejM $100, or Imprison
ment not to exceed sixty days, or both.
Des MoiNfis, -May 1. Kelly's In
dustrial army waaj in a great state of
discontent today, owing to failure of
negotations with tbe Great Western
road and scarcity of provisions.
Chicago, May 1. Randall's com
monweal army bejfan to march today.
There are ten companies. Their first
destination was Grand Crossing.
The Miner's Strike.
Pana, 111., May f. Great excltemeut
has been caused by a report that coal
miners from Springfield were coming
here to take out the miners and Btop
work. Mayor Hayward ordered the.
saloons closed -and a large force of
deputy policemencbas been sworn lit
and armed. Miners here propose to
work if tbey have to ppill blood to do
Cleveland, May 1.-7,000 ur
employed paraded tbe streets today. A
molorman refused to stop a train and
tho mobattaclsel. blm aud wrecked
Later nearly one huudred shotB were
fired over another caV, Which was coui-
pelled to stop. Several persons were
knocked down, and others were injured
May Burn Wood.
St. Louis, May. 1. Steamboat men
are exerolsed oyer the prospect of a
coal famine, because of a strike of tho
ooal miners. Several steamers are
making arrangements to burn wood.
Just for Fun.
Riddeford, Maine, May 1. All tbe
back boys In the spinning rooms of the
Pepperell mills,-are on a strike, "just
for fun," they say.
A Senator's Death.
Washington, May 1. Many of the
friends of Senator Btockbrldge believe
his death yesterday to be' due a shock
be recived last summer when be was
knocked down by a cable car In
Washington, May 1. That Demo
cratic senators are becoming Impatient
at tbe delay in tbe consideration of the
tariff bill, was shown yesterday, by the
circulation of a declaration in favor of
A Rope Ready.
San FnANOisoo.iMay 1. A crowd of
depositors called at tbe People's Home
Saving bank last night and asked for
R. H. MoDonald, Jr. The leader bad a
rope already noosed. MoDonald failed
to appear and nobody has been able to
locate him up to a late hour.
A Big Fire.
ViCKsnono, Mis8.,May 1. The busi
ness portion of Bolton Is all burned.
Tbe fire was Incendiary; loss (50,000.
Savings Banic Opened.
Portlanp, May 1, The Portland
Savings bank has reopened iU doors
Editor Jeurnal: I see In tbe
Journal In Its report of the Republl
oan rally at Woodburn, that I was re
ported as liavlog spoken for tbe Popu
lists, aud waa literally burnod up alive
by C. B, Moores, or Salem. Kov, you
will please state In the Journal for
me, that I ao much enjoy such a burn
in no. that if Mr. C. B. Moorea will
make a joint canvas of this county
with me, I will furateb tbe conveyance
free of charge. We are to holdjat least
ten meetings, and will lead and follow
each other alternately, the leader to
have one hour and the one who follows
to have one hour and ten minutes; and
the one that leads to close the dlcu-
slon with len minute. ' Tbe first meet
lug to coromtnou May 16, or auy other
time that will be most aultable to Mr.
Moorea, O. W. DlMICK.
TDE COXEYS IN COURT.
Arraigned Before Federal Judge
MARSHAL GRADY RAKING IN FEES.
Men Turned Out to
Portland, May 1. Fifty-two of the
iudu8trtal army who stole tbe'Uuion
Pacific train at Troutdale, aud who
were captured at Arlington aud
brought back here, were arraigned in
the United States court before Judge
Belljnger Monday afternoon on a
charge of contempt of court. Eaoh
man stated that he was not aware that
he was violating an order of the court
and promised In tbe future to obey the
laws. Judge Bellinger then dismissed
ull the defendants wltb a warning that
they would be given tbe full extent of
the law if arraigned a second time.
I'RIBONERS BROUGHT UP.
About I o'clock the first load of six
prisoners was brought up to the federal
building from tho city Jail, in the patrol
wagon, In charge of Deputy Marshal
George Humphrey, Captlan of Police
Holly and Police Officer Blanchett.
Three more trips were made to trans
port the twenty-four prisoners from
the jail to the courtroom.
Tho prisoners from tho county jail
marched to the court room In charge of
Marshal Grady and Deputy Sheriffs
camon, Morgan and Mount. Ten were
brought over the first trip, the same
number the second and the remainder
The prisoners from the city Jail filled
all tbe available Beats in tho courtroom,
aud when tbe county jail prisoners
were brought it became necessary to
line them up in front of each other
along the east side of the courtroom..
Only a few persons were allowed in the
courtroom outside tho railing, deputy
marshals being stationed at the doors
aud on the stairway leading to the sec
ond floor of the federal building. Of
the 16 persons outside the railing In tbe
courtroom at 2 o'clock two were attor
neys, two were officials and one was
a lady, who as the prisoners were
brought in spoke to several ot them.
She declined to give her name to a re
porter, and secured admission to the
courtroom by telling the officers that
her husband and son were among the
industrials in court. A half-dozen at
torneys were Inside tho railing, wblcb
with tho reporters aud officers of the
court and the prisoners, made up those
In attendance when tbe court opened.
There was a demonstration last night
by the industrial army which sur
passed in numbers anything yet held
in this city. About 7:30 o'cIock the
army, 1,000 strong, started from camp
In Alblna and by the time this side of
the rlvGr was reached, tbey were rein
forced by at least 1,000 sympathizers,
beaded by a brass band, ,
The procession stopped soveral min
utes In front of tbe Oregonlan building
and donounced tbe Oregonlan for its
criticisms of tho industrial movement,
A number of floats were carried con
talning Inscriptions denunciatory of
the Oregoulanj the city board of char
ities (which had . offered to feed and
lodge the army for six hours work per
day) and the board of Immigration.
The procewlon halted at the plaza
block where a large crowd bad already
gathered. Owing to the confusion it
was some time before the speakers
could make themselves beard. Tho
speakers Indulged In considerable mild
mannered abuse of the Oregonlan and
Harvey W, Scott. All references to
Judge Bellinger and Governor Pen
noyer were greeted with cheers.
It was announced that R. D.Inman,
Democrat candidate for mayor, had
donated 1200 worth of provision which
was greeted with great cheering.
A movement is now on foot to rake
money enough, by private eabscrlp-
tlons t forward Bcheffkt's amy to
Washington by a special traiH. It is
anuoubced that another demonstration
will be held tomorrow afterseoB is
honor of labor day. After the neetiog
broke up the araay marched back to
their camp In AlWna-
Washington, May 1. The secoad
day oftbecoiamoBweal array fa Wash
Ington, was spent by Commu4tt
Coxey In making arrangement with
the authorities for hie May day de
monstration, aud by the bmb la tbe
miserable little cawp at Brlgbtwood.
' grumbling at the poor fa provldad for
Highest of all in Leavening Power. -Latest U. S. Gov't Report
them. Tbo long advertised procession
will start tomorrow morning at 0
o'clook, if the program is carried out
and tbe "good roads" army will march
past the white house, war department,
treasury, and up Pennsylvania avonuo
past tho capitol. Nino mounted police
men will ride at the head of tho pre
cession. If the army attempts to inarnh Into
tbe capitol grounds It will be stopped
and Its leaders arrested If they persist,
Mr. Coxey saw Major Moore, chief o(
police, and announced to blm his in
tention of speaking on the capitol
steps. Some commonwealers intimate
that when repulsed, the army will dis
band, members will enter tho grounds
as Individuals aud then do their spoech
making under the etatuo of Christopher
at the steps. "If tbey do," Bays Major
Moore, "they will bo arrested." Having
finished their publio demonstration,
tho commonweal soldiers will march to
a vacant lot at Second und M streets
where they will pitch their tents and
the leaders announce this will be the
permanent camp of the army of peace.
SCENE IN THE SENATE.
Democrats Chafing Because of Delays
on tha TarilT BUI.
Washington, May 1. Senator Har
ris, who is In charge of tho tariff bill In
the senate, lost patience yesterday at
the way Iu which progress was Impeded
by Hale in tbe morning hour, as on
several pre:edlm; days, when Halo ob
jected to giving way for special meas
ures In the morulug hour. Finally
Harris abruptly moved that the senate
proceed with the consideration of tbe
tariff bill. Wolcott Interposed a ques
tion us to whether tbe committee now
intended to report amendments which
would change the wbolo scope and
character of tho bill. He bad under
stood Harris to admit that changes
were to be made aud Voorhees to dsny
it. Aldrich said It was due to tho sen
ate and tbe country that they should
know what -bill was to bo considered,
"House bill No. 4804," Interjected Har
ris sharply. "Yes," replied Aldrich
"with amendments, but when are
tbey to be submitted ?" "Whon we
get ready," said Gray from his seat.
Hilt submitted an observation or two
which did not seem to please his Demo
cratic colleagues. Tho sonator from
Rhode Island, Aldrich, ho said appeared
disturbed about some anticipated
amendments. It ocourodl to blm, ho
said that Inasmuch as tho tariff bill
bad passod from tho Jurisdiction of tho
finance commltteo the amendments re
ported from that committee would not
bo entitled to any more consideration
than individual amendmonta and
would have no more parliamentary
privilege. Aldrich admitted this was
true In a parliamentary sense, but per
hips might not bo true of this com
mittee. Aldrleh then read an Interview with
Secretary Carllsio printed In the morn
ing papers, and said h3 thought it a
strange coincidence that tho executive
officers of tbe government seemed al
ways iu possession of abundant Infor
mation regarding tbe progress of tarllf
reform. President Cleveland In his
message told the country In advance
what the Wilton bill was to contain
and Carlisle comes forward with ad
venae Information about harmonizing
of Democratic discord, Information he
volunteered wblcb was In conflict with
tin recent statement of tbe chairman
of the finance committee.
An Incident occurred here, which
created a profound lensatlou. All
Democrats bad been more or less Irri
tated by the prodding from tbe other
side aud the feeling was directed prin
cipally against Aldrich, who was man
oeuverlug the opposition. Turple made
direct assault on Aldrich, tbe like of
which has not been hoard in tbo sen
ate chamber for yean. He declared
that three monstrous untruths had
characterized the opposition, tho gross,
palpable IU-, of inconceivable mendac
ity. The first of tbote untruths was
that a sew bill wae being prepared by
tbe secretary of tho treasury, the aeo
esd, that three or 800 amendments (It
did not matter which) wore to be pre
setted, and the third wae that the bill
reported from the finance committee
was not the bill to be passed. All these
assertions had been categorically denied
uy four Domooratlo members of the
finance committee, and yet, continued
Turpie, raising his hand.and stretohhsg
It toward Aldrich, "the senator from
Rhode Island comes In here and says
he believes tbey aro true. Suoh an
Issue of veracity, I prefer to believe,
and I do believe, tho senators on this
side, and I disbelieve the senatorsno,
will not say senators I disbelieve the
dimiHutivo unit of the other side, who
assorts to tho contrary. Who Is the au
thor ot theso reports that aro being cir
culated hero and in tho newspapers?
Who claims tho paternity? The sen
ator from Rhodo island? I recollect
tho predecessor of tho honorable sena
tor from Rhode Island," he continued,
with biting and yenpmous irony, refer
ring to Senator Aldrich of 1890, "as a
different ludlvidual from tho Sonator
Aldrloh of today," but eyou he could
not lmvo boon author. of all three of
theso untruths. Ho might have teen
author of ono, Wo, who were here
then, will never forgot tho writhing of
his distinguished countenance, hie
enormous development of cheek that
extended from ear to ear and from
ohln to forehead. We will never for
get his auricular nppondagoa that
scraped the domo of tho capitol, How
can tho preseut senator hope to rival
his predecessor in the hate of truth and
In a love of falsehood that has always
characterized tho cheats of protection?"
Whon Turplo sat down thore was a
hush upon tho chamber. Everyoue
was amazed at tho personal character
of the uttack upou Aldrloh. Then all
oyos wore turned on the Rhodo Itland
senator. He roso Blowly.
"In tho position tho senator from
Indiana now takes," ho said slowly
aud dollborately, "ho spoaks for no one
but himself. Under other circum
stances and conditions I do not be
lieve he would havo mado the speech
ho has mado,"
Aldrloh took hla seat. Tho Incident
dosed without another word aud Quay
took the floor aud resumed his prepared
speech, begun somo weeks ago. The
senate then adjourned.
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