Newspaper Page Text
I jriEjLT LAKE TRIBUNE, SATURDAY MORNING, JUNE 8, 1907. 7 ,
fRD, TRAITOR, AS WELL
MURDERER, UNDER EIRE
there and ' m n -
H-lon "at tli powder
jffrod off come, iro.n
Bte' iM Ik would ivc
! Kh i'ie tourhliwr on
fcfc' up a. about
yood Urged Peace.
Kp io'iiic' '"tern V-.-
EyttWcrs against drinking
KLvi tii. t i ho mine
Kw violent foi they
Erthat arc- vi"icn. e would
Fpion an.) was not to be
Co and tin-. l"t ;"
KwuK'J n ah::'1o:i!ii'.-nt of
"'- up ill';
mstU th ,nii;p was ,1U1,1-
hn, bstt re -.
HwurDCd. Two inertly
w"- ": ' ? mg up 1 1 1
T1-- and Tmvis
Htet).'' at ihe --
TV cto? won Id II; i
KtV t.vn'f? '
Psjin 'hp rar of thf -n -JpiA'd
Hjj down t:-e i'"n:oi
BUlfrlv von rrir-aTi'" Ri
jBj'1 at thf new i
JAilfrcpt on the Mine
ih npcrimentR were
jBLp"iiv lold him
Um tn pai i
N Withciil r ,)c nn
yaa'Ras an officer of Mio
Km? r-r-.n, f .-. 1 oOfl
"tion of rnhust
yrJfeitis allow-H reenter
LrK more MmPlc
j 1 more perfect the
'Wu, prevents con-
IT La PacArae.
I lf all Grocer
R"!! D - Prop.
Superintendent McCormlck and Mei
Beclc were killed ;i week later. Orchard
Supposed their denth was ihio to h Ik
1 hnmh. "Billy" Ackerman helped him
place the bomb.
in June, 1903, Orchard sai.i he married
.Mrs. ).ia Toney a widow with three ehil
dren. Her house was but n short iis
tance from the Vindicator mine. The
witness saiii tho woman continues to live
there so far as lip knows.
Orehard sawi he went 10 Davis :md
barker for money afloi Uio death of Wc
Cormlck and Beck. They promised some
ihe n.'M day. Orchard admitted he had
fe "sore ' he.-anse In- hn.l iie. ji refused
liione for lii first attempt on the mine.
Asked why he Informed the Florence
A oippir Creek Railroad company of the
mint rs p!"f to wreck the train, Or hard
laid hi wds perhaps n little Jealous, be
cause he had not hecn employed 'o do
The luncheon recess until 1.30 p. m.
was ordered at this point.
Resuming the stand at the afternoon
session of court. Orchard said that prior
to his marriage in Colorado he lived at
Johnny Neville's house at Cripple Creek.
He admitted t:ik'nc some high-grade ore
from a roommate's trunk and selling it
i"i flO. The roommate. .John Thompson,
had "high-graded" the ore.
After first reporting to D. C Seott. a
de'e tlve "f the Florence t Cripple Creek
railroad, about the attempt to "wreck a
train, tjn hant said he had .-.-. n the of
fUor several times. He denied that h
was renortlna ;o the detective Orchard
also said he had been to see D. C. Sterl
ing, who had Charge of the detective force
of the Miner-Owners' association.
"Didn't you tell .Scott and Sterling that
you weie Roins to the headquarters to
cet something n?:ainsi the leaders of tiie
western Federation of Miners?" asked
"l told Scott I was coin? to try in
find nt something about Easterly."
"Who paid your expenses to Denver'.'"
"Who paid your expenses In Denver?"
"i got some money from Moyer."
"Didn't you tell Scott you were BoitiR
to hurt out something about Haywood
"Tea, I told him that."
Orchard said ho was not employed by
Scott and went to Denver only once jn
Dj ember, 1908 H.- said he had tried
Mlfrtlcy, alias Thomas Hogu, alias Harry Orchard, as he appeared
'Bsd in tiie Stcimcnberg nuurier cn n at Bo. --- Wedncoday. Ho is
Hgcanfession made soon after he war, taken into custody.
to conceal the fat that lie had been to
see Scott and Sterling, but told Parker
and Davis, of the union, about it when
they koi out of .iail Orchard dented
that he had ever gives any informal Ion
concerning Moyer or Haywood and said
he was lying to Scott when in promised
to pet informal ion for him.
Attorney Richardson again hepan to
interrupt the replies of the witness to
some of his questions and thi brought
out a protest from the prosoitloo.
"You mustn't lift the lid without ex
pertint? What is beneath to ennie out,"
Iftunt'-d S'ti.'.tor Hn-ah. for the State.
"When I lift the lid 1 wan: it f" i ome
OOt " replied Richardaon. Then after a
moment be added:
Lie Passed in Courtroom.
"I know that this lid has been fixed
! up for us and what's beneath Is also
I fixed up."
Attorney Hawley was on his feet In a
"If you make a statement like that,"
j he shouted to Richardaon. you make a
i statement that Is absolutely fl:-e."
"Proceed, gentlemen," called out . Judge
Rl' haidson did not reply to Mr. Haw
lev, but again took up the croBs-exami na
tion. Orchard said I hat when he went to
Denver In 1903 on money supplied bv
Detective Bcotl It was the first time he
had met Haywood, and Moyor He had
not heard or Pettlbone up to this time
Haywood and Moyer told htm, when he
Introduced himself, that they had heard
I of htm,
Richardson read ati extract from Or
i chard's testimony of yesterday. The wit
ness interrupted him once to say he had
omitted fomeiblng. Rli hardson read
again and Orchard Inserted on" or lwq
words which ho ."aid the stenographer
, had hft out.
"These wnt ds were under the lid yes
I lerday. j suppose," the attorney snarled
I at th witless.
"T don't know anything aboul a lid,"
repiie.i Orchard unperturbed
Orchard said he had never fold Detec.
the explosion in th Vindicator mine.
Richardson questioned the witness close
ly as to the shaft he used In entering
the Vindicator mine. He said he thought
he went down Mo 11 to place the boftab,
"Didn't you say the Whiting shaft yes-
' No. ulr?"
"1T;'S some one told vou since yester
day that there Is n bulkhead which pre
vnits entrance to the mine by the Whli -
"Have you seen Detective McPuxlond
"Ah. hal" 'aller the attorney. 'How
lone were vou with him?"
"I saw him for five or lep mllultCS 111
Mr. Hcwley's office today noon."
Played a Double Game.
Orchard said that when he returned
to Cripple Creek from Denver he reported
to Detectives Scott and Sterling, but
did not tell them aboul his interview with
Haywood and Mover.
At this Interview Mover and Haywood
had told him. Orchard snld. to kci busy
:i I i ripple I'reek and do whatever he
OUld . that he couldn't go tOO far for
them. Moyer gave him 5?" and Haywood
at Id he could gel mute whenever he want
"So you never were broke after that?"
suggested Rlcha I dson.
"I was broke several times, but 1 got
iponey every time i asked for it."
Orchard WOS next told to describe ihe
making of the two bombs in Cripple
. W,,, h were to be throw n Into the
Vindicator '-oai bins. The witness said
he stole the powder from S man named
Charley Perkins. He and Ownoy Barnes
made the bombs In Barnes's cabin,
Then for s second time during the day
orchard was confronted with a prospec
tive witness ror the dofense Barnes
was in the audience and was told to
si anil up. Orchard looked at him and
once mere, without hesitation, said:
"That's the man with whom I made the
Barnes, n short, heavy-sel man, with
a large mustache, grinned and sat down.
make fhe JaKl R lW tO
! ! ,,,ii e nratlcuiar homha- he did I,
, In accordance with ,he understanding a
i tost erH nW.?"h Mr'v,!r' Hood and
i i '"W', to co ahead and
a what he could He said It cot tiSfl
; from Mover in Cripple creek.
"Could Not Go Too Fierce
i w',!:,'';',:!'',ll;',u, Mj l ember. 1903, he
was told by Haywood and Moyer to turn
lUngs loose-he could not Po too fler
to suit them. During ihe nrst Saya of
RtJ he was .old to 'keep
'inlet until son... of the Federation men
In Cripple Creek had bVeli
"So the policy of the Federation chahKi .1
oompletely Inside of lwo weeks?" asked
I Richardson, OB
) ' rt was more than two weeks. ' re
' fli'l the witness.
-Richardson staked Orchard If Railroad
Dt tectiye Scott had not told htm that
the company !:nd arranged to Stop B train
at a certain curve, draw some spikes and
cnarge an attempt at train wrecking to
the Western Federation of Miners? Or
chard denied thai he had over heard su--h !
a story. At n subsequent trial of alleged
rain wreckers, Orchard said he heard one '
or the witnesses testis that he was a
detective of the Thlele agen v and at the
Bame time a member of the Miners' union
US man was involved In the derail
"Did Scotl ever give vou a passport 1
I through the military lines0"
"No, Bin He told me if i ever got I
in trouble with the militia to )r. him
! "Did you ever have any trouble with I
"Did the pickets or sentries ever top
You went where vou pleased'"'
' "yes, s-lr ."
"And you was never searched by the I
"But ihe searching of houses was very
"1 understood so."
Supplied With "Petti bone Dope."
i Before returning to Cripple Creek in !
! January, l?0l. Orchard said Pettlbont
gave him several cans of "Pettlbone i
I dope." or Grecian fire -enough to make
! four gallons. He was to throw it In
j cars where "scabs' were riding and 1
mine shafts, i n i hard as Id he burled
ihe "dope' and never used it After his
a ;:-' i In Caldwell he told Detective M -Paiiand
about the dope and the latter,
he heard, had dug it up. Orchard would
ndt admit that the militia was searching
each : u: 111 at theetlme he took the dope
Into the dlss4ct.
"Vou had no fear of being searched?"
"I tried to keep away from the soldiers
as much as possible.'
Orchard told Ol Mover ?ending to Crip
ple Creek for him soon after this. Mover
wanted him to go along to Ouray and
to Silverton, where the TeUuride miners
who had boen deponed by General Bulk-
ley Wells of the Colorado militia were I
gathered, Moyer told him that the mine I
owners' thugs had threatened to beat
him up if they caught hlni outside Den
ver. Orchard was to go along to help
defend Moyer In case of attack. Two
sawed-off guns were placed in their
grips. Moyer saying the guns would
he good protection In the event of an at
tack. Orchard said he a'.so carried two i
pistols. He said Moyer had the shot
guns all ready when he reached Denver
Nothing happened on the trip to Ouray
and once there Mover was busy with the !
Mover eventually was arrested for dese
crating The American flap. Laving drawn '
pictures of the flag and printed something
on the stripes.
Orchard said he took the two sawed- j
off shotguns back to the miners' head- ,
quarters In Denver, where they remained
until he got them some time later, using i
one to kill Lyte Gregory with,
Richardson ask.'.d the witness If he
didn't know ae a matter of fact that
Mover still has possession of his gun
anci that It had never been fired. Or
chard said this might he so he said there
were more than two of the guns SI head
quarters. It was evident that Orchard's CTOSS-
exomlnatlon wan not one-hall completed I
when court adjourned tin'l! tomorrow
morning at 9:30 o'clock. Tomorrow being
Saturday there will he but one session of
PEA BODY THREATENED.
Former Governor of Colorado Is Receiv
ing Letters Sent, by Obwarrjs.
KANSAS CITY. June 7. James H. Pea
body, fomier Governor of Colorado, who
Is here on business, said Last night in
an Interview that he had since the Hay
wood trial In Boise began received sev
SraJ anonymous letters threatening his
life. He said he paid no attention to
the letters because they evidently did
not come from responsible sources.
:,ii would be very Injudicious on im
part to make a statement about this man
Orchard's teBilmonv or about the Hay
wood en?'" continued Mr. Peabody
v 'open subpoenaed as a witness In
Ihe case andT am only awaiting a tele
gram calling rne to Boise to testify. 1
wish t iniKht smte just what my testi
mony will be and what I know about
the Vase and these various threats and
cltar(rej, but 1 don't want to do a thing
lhat can be construed In the light of
trvins to create any prejudice in the
COLORADO WIFE COMING.
Will Testify in Boise as a Witneps for
CRIPPLE CREF.K, Colo.. .Ttiii 7 -Mrs
Ida Toney. 'he woman whom Harry Or
chard married in Cripple Creek, Is on her
way to Boise to appear as a witness for
,, cording to Intimate friends of Mrs.
Toney she will Bwear that a? the time
he married Orchard he claimed to be a
pjnkerton detective She will also testify
that Orchard's home was never searched
bv the militia, although he was consld
r.,,.,1 to I"- .' st -Ik" leader 111 the sur
rounding houses were searched.
I . -' , I Positively cured by
PADTrDC these Little Pills.
j j CflW Tbf'y 1130 rcyeve I)L3"
MBjjg tress from Dyirnpsla. In-
ES ITTLE tugeatlon and Too nearly
I f p n Eat lDg. A perfect, rem
Eflj V trt cdy for Dizziness, Nausea,
Kl PILLS Drowsiness, Bud Taata
1 sro " In tho Mouth. Coated
gnafl Tongue, Pain in thoatde
IBwWIPgM iTnwpm UVER. Theji
reguluto the Bowels. Purely Vegetable
SMALL PILL SMALL DOSE, SMALL PRICE.
IPADTCDI Genuine Must Bear
m ttle Fac-Simile Signature
B refuse substitutes.
Hawkes Out Glass.
AVe sell both.
Phone 65 or the correct
I I Dr. Liebig, the famous German Chemist, says that j 111
I'll J beer is "liquid bread' By this he means that beer 1
lly . is a food full of life-giving, health-sustaining qualities. 1 vSj
The value of beer as a food is becoming well lUli
Wfl known, and it is now used by many who have till
ffltf hitherto looked upon it as a beverage only. lfli
iff Pibst 1 i
tA XKe Beer of Quality Will
ynn is the most nourishing of all beers because it contains every aOA J
mAJ particle of the healthful, wholesome nutriment of the malt and llll j
Vll ail the tonic properties of the hops from which it is made. jil I
IK The Pabst Eight-Day Malting Frocess follows nature by I Ai J
I ill slowly transforming the substance of the barley into pure, I III
HAiI nutritious food. The quality of the materials used and the Pabst ,1 fill
li Vfl method of brewing make Pabst Blue Ribbon not only a pure IV Vl
a Ml beer, but a healthful, tissue-building, muscle-building, life-giving, 111 U
llVAil "liquid bread." Drink Pabst Blue Ribbon, and you put iAill
I I li l When ordering beer, ask for Pabst Blue Ribbon. I f Vt
W i Made by Pabst at Milwaukee V M
y k And bottled only at the Brewery. SJ
RADICAL INCREASE I
II CAPITAL STOCK
Articles of Incorporation Filed
itli Secretary of Mate and
The Nofth Bingham Consolidated
Milling comhanj Mod articles of incdr:
poratioo with the Becretary of Siate
Friday Hoadquartefs are at Prove,
hut the company owns a bunch of min
ing' claims in Bingham canyon. The
capita is $100,000, in shares of a par 1
value of ten cents each, of which WO,
000 shares are treasury stock. The of
Beers are: Jesse Knight, president;
William W. Matthews, vice-president;
W. Lester Mangum. secretory-treosnrer.
The W, H. Wrichf A- Sons of Oelon
bas filed amendment to its articles of ,
incorporation with the Secretary of
State. Increasing ihe capital st'4: from
$100,000 to $500,000, shares of $100
fnch. Parley T. Wright, is president, '
and w. c. Wright secretary .
The Aiiltman & Taylor Machine com- ;
pany of Mansfield, Q., has filed in the
Decretory of Slate's office amendment
to jts articles of incorporation, which
increase the capital Mork from $500,000
The M;n Day Mining ami Milling
company has filed amended articles of
incorporation with th County lerk,
increasing the capital stoso from $100,
Ofit) 1 1 ' $200,000, with shares ar par
value of '25 cent3 each.
; ,. Dessret Mountain Mining and i
Milling company ha? filed amendment
10 its article! of incorporation with the 1
County clerk, as adopted t a meeting
May t0. The capital stock is changed
to $600,000, in dollar shares, instead of
Children rS day at Liberty park Sotor
Doctors Mayo and Wherry wish to
announce the removal of their offices
from Ihe Deserei News Building to
suite 183-3 l-7, Mercantile Annex, over
Walker's Drv Goods Store.
McCORNlCK & CO.,
Salt Laka City, Utah.
Absorbed the Salt Lake branch of Wcll
Fargs &. Go 's Sank
Safety Deposit Boxes tor Rent.
Travelers' Letters uf Credit lyaued.
Available in All Parts of the World.
WE INVITE YOUR ACCOUNT.
R. G. DUNN & CO.,
THE MERCANTILE AGENCY.
GEORGE RUST, General Manager.
Idaho. Nevada. Utah and Wyoming.
Office In Tribune Bldg.. Salt Lake City.
ESTABLISHED 1841. 189 OFFICES
THE OLDEST A,D LARGEST.
W. S. M COnNICK. W F. ADAM3,
UTAH NATIONAL BANK
8nlt Lake City. Utah.
Pays Interest on Time Deposits.
Safety Deposit Boxes for rent.
JOSEPH NELSON, THOS. R. CUTLER,
Cashier. Ylce- President.
UTAH COMMERCIAL AND
WM. F. ARMSTRONG. President.
BYON GROO. Cashier.
Commercial hanking in all Its branches.
Four per cent Interest on savings deposits.
J. E. COSGRIFF, H. P. CLARK,
OPEN AN ACCOUNT WITH
COMMERCIAL NATIONAL BANK
An Exponent of Conservatism Combined
J. J. Daly. W F. Nable. Vice-Presidents.
.National Bank ol the Republic.
A thoroughly modern savings depart
ment conducted m conneotlon with this
bank. Safe deposit boxes for icnt. (J. ti.
Frank Knox, president, Jarrcs A.
1 Murray, vice-president, W. F. H-irbi.
Capital paid In, $300,000. Interest paid
on time deposits.
i, Real Estate
Houston' Inveslment Co.
Capital, 510.000, Surplus. 550, 0P0.
Special attention given to the col
lection of rents, payment of taxes,
and the tare of property for !ion-re?i-dents.
861 SOUTH MAIN STREET. ,
S'ait T.:.k'.. City I tah.
DEEREi1 NATIONAL BANK.
UNITED STATES DEPOSITARY.
Salt Lake City, Uvah.
Capital, 600,000, Surplus, $?:0,000.
L. S. HILLS, M OSES THATCHER,
H. S. YOU N Q, E. S HILLS,
Cashier. Asst. Cashier.
Safe Deposit Boxes tor Rent.
LaJlm! Oak Tear Unutelat tot A
CaJ-ahea.trfi LMaaaAd Broad
,iX,- I'l l, -, K. d : .. - :
boTc,. ftalei tth Elue RJbboe. Y
TaLe no other. Eur or joor v
ftf praaaM. AtkforClIUOIiSSrEBV
jf DIAMOND BKAKD PILIAw BS
r SOLD BV BRUCGISTS EVERWHERE
Da f Baking
"Wk T 0X10 e hundreds of suits that I have to sell but will
M jk stand the test of wearing, and after all, this is what tells as to
X i their quality. Other suits may look as well to start with, they
Jt: - , niay be built upon plans which will deceive you into the idea that
'jllr they are just as good, but the long service which most, suits have to give
M'MfM ' will show whether or not, they are of the same superior quality.
Not a suit goes out of here but has my guarantee that it is just as I
fejjjiiBW represent it to you
Il If you have delayed this long in buying your clothes for summer,
dBH you should not put it off further. I
I i ' Wm Come in Tomorrow. My
1 Suits are priced $10 to $40 I
I IT PAYS ME TO SELL GOOD CLOTHES I
i s 210 MAIN STREET