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DAILY ARIZONA SILVER BELT
GLOBE, GILA COUNTY, ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 6, 1907
y -,.eE $VlSt VafSsEsr'w;
or Stieets ot bt, Petersburg
put Down by Cossacks.
OF "RED SUNDAY"
jiO()p I'se vviiips insieau ot
lAfi 1 i I i
Gun or Massacre Would
Ha e Resulted Democrats
Want Story pin to Resign,
pt vM rot i nt'A
sT - I KRSIU'UO, March o. Tht
.t )... .luiiutti III n hi 1iiiii.ji
,if tii' -si.m jmrlinmont, although in
ltrlt i'V i- f incident, was made the
,ji i 'i grout revolutionary ilom
i ii .. I. . . t
l)gtriti,1 iv me m. roiorsmirg proie-
jjrnl i ' ' ""i"" "" which rusu.u'ii in
rfV(ir(l ( i iiiinui'ii uoinvuii uiv Miin;r
j.l 1" I " I' ' i imi inwi v lit ivi ill
. . I .. .i li iftll mikl.. tf I...... in
n t i number of tho lattor. The
... nil ii tt.ts such that the authorities
jer1 mi tii iiiHi-n nt mi mi- -tiiviu
i, id mil.. ir mtrols, as in the omiu-
ii. -... ... r.n i... ., .-....
,, t tlie Troniff regime.
it. ' iliuriiiiient of the house the
,jt - rowd, ostimatetl at 40,000
... PM I Mill. II II U.IIIIIVIC l..l.l lllllt III,
, In till 'I
l tho music of revoln-
i ii. in iiiius, sinned iiiwani ino ceil
,3 uiT-r of the city whore the win
t ... i f the emperor is located.
Not Another Red Sunday
Bi !t dements of the prelude of
KtM in I iv " were lacking and tho
imiiuii I Fire" would havo precipi-
utri i iiuular massacre, but the pres
r- pn t i of St. Petersburg, General
Iirachefliki tollowed another course
ml iiitjirrsid the procession by charges
,i in nt"l gendarmes armed with
in ii an imposing display of force
i. r.-.ntt.l the demonstrators from
n-f runny Police guarding the Taur
us kilt a, ted with great forbear
iji s'wng the spectators free vent
u Miicmj; and cheering, only interfer-
if rni-nt people from forcing their
i .. .i i
ji n' tno iiaiace. wnen mo aepu-
i- . ii. ih'.-. after the adjournment of
t . v-ii. ii, the temper of tho crowd
d- oli n l speeches from represent
ti-. .t tin social revolutionary move
w a .1 iz n mounting the shiuldors o(
fir tullowers and harangued the
r i ri it ut on the necessity of or-
jQui . t i -upK)rt imrliameut against
;i i nicnf
Wave Red Banners
lli- id revolutionary motto, "We
wi.l nlii tor our rights," was adopted
ti i jjin and simultaneously red
hi U-ti tin N began to lluttor above
- 'i- 1 1- it the crowd and then critn
-ii tii nt m anneared like iikilmc. the
I ringing the Marseillaise and the
Ijtti. -.,,1 y ,,f the Iliissinn revolution
tinl I mi the avenue, stopping at in
r listen to speeches and to
Vh-iuni.iU the authorities hastily
ii-irii'.il a strong force of gend
Tiii w tn. h harged the bond of the
iri.vn.H when it retiqhed Litornv
rr .. t in- uf the ni.uiii business thnr.
,'lifin-. deiularmes plied their whips
.iivil i ml in one ease used tho
'ji .f tl ir sabers. The crowd made
llli- i i .tifti! rittntiititu it 1-onitupm.
i iilirmcs by this time had been
r"i"f r . i i,x detachments of tho Chev-"'n-f
in is who cleared the roadway
"in I r- .if derision from the side
Cossacks Bring Dismay
'"' dh i large force of Cossacks
'"1 nli lances arrived. The spite
"I iiniiiifd weaiKins which never
'' "lil Im'ch brought out in Htreet
'"" ''' in ns took all the heart out
' '" ' l Another monster dem
u"iii, i ,,s ),e,i ni the university
' 'I'lrtr, i. anniversary of revolu
""' " t hum racy.
'' w - ii mil toniglit that Premier
M 'M'11 hi order to diminish the
r'Sl" t H,ssible assassination, would
J'''1 ii night in tho Tatiride palace.
" "i i' i stood he has taken a suite
r '" s ii i utiur tf llin n.'ilneo whieb
is "- " i -w
"I'V as long as parliament
'" " ".
Want Stolypin to Quit
Vu"l Misiiltations have been held
'' nil I leaders of tho opK)sition to
'In in to see whether some com-
I" "i w ., t,P jrovemment was pos-
,"i' '"' iter a full consideration it
! ii, ..i i... ti- i 'r:i!..i...n
'i uy i roiessou uiiiiikiiii
iigements could bo made as
Moljpjn remained at the
abinet. The opposition
'd his resignation and do
1 do any const ructlve work
ived. This attitude leads
t that tho second dounia
'he stens of the first, tho
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v "ding to dissolution, it is
1 ' many notable men are
I- ' ike nart in the irovorn-
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" mi- iwiilKl mill no iiiuiii.-
' 'dfe in Russia today.
latk Road Washed Out
' i i ' , .1 press.
, J1 s v I Vs. Nov., March 5. Travel
" V ' Lake route is again do
wl 1 1 . i . ... . 1,
i , ' isnotuH or slides in .Meadow
"' ,,.,... , ...
" , near lA'ltji.
lln n ..
Bv "Ml iianna Wants Dlvorco
ii.,. , ' '" v"i .iarcii ii.- iv
. i i , i . i- ..
F, i " u was lllt'" iooay oy
R I, 'onion Hnnua, wifo of Dan
I ilt "u w"1 of tlic ,ate Sonatqr
1 " Jlniinii is accused of
gtos 'neglect and cruelty.
Dan Hanna'a first marriage whs to
.May Harrington. She obtained a di
vorce from him in 1SUS and has since
remarried. Hnuna's present wife has
resided in New York since early last
fall. She is a daughter of the late
Charles . Gordon, a millionaire.
FEARED PRESC0TT MAN
HAS BEEN MURDERED
My Associated Press.
PHOENIX, Aiiz., Muioh .1. It has
just lieeu learned that Pedro Elohegn
lay, a Frenchman, lias mysteriously dis
appeared a few miles from Cordes, in
nvapai county, January 2."5. He was
the owner of a small tloek of sheep in
connection with' others, but at tho time
of bis tlisappeaiaueo he was working as
a herder with tho 13. A. Sawyer lloeks.
Foul play is feared.
On Trial for Murder
By Associated Press.
LONDON, March 5. Horace (1. Ray
nor, who assassinated William Whitoloy,
the merchant of Westburn Grove, .Janu
ary 21, was today formally committed
for trial on the ehaigo of murder. Po
lice court proceedings did not throw any
light oil the tragedy. Tho prisoner re
served bis defense.
Statement by Forester Pinchot
Answeis the Many Criti
cisms Made in Congress,
MAY LOCATE CLAIMS
ON FOREST RESERVES
There Will Be No Interference
with Cattle Industry and No
Fee for Grazing Range Is
Free to Stockmen,
By Associated Press.
AVASHIGTOX, JMarch u.-ATuct,
whnt is intended to bo done in the
administration of national forests which
include seventeen million acres recently
added to the domain, was set forth to
day by GilTord Pinchot, chief forester.
The statement is an answer to criti
cism made in congress during the de
bate regarding forest reserves. The
statutnont is as follows:
"National forests are created with
the main obpect of using all their re
sources in the wisost way, with every
thing for use, timber, range, water and
"Only the lands chiefly valuable for
the production of timbor or the protec
tion of water How aro included in na
tional foru.sK Little patches of agri
cultural land, small mountain meadows
and very inconsiderable areas of open
gra.ing land must necessarily fall with
in tho boundaries. All such tracts
where cultivation is possible, aro being
classified and aro passing to private
Better for Miners
"Tho miner is better oil in tho na
tional forest than on the unreserved
public domain. The mineral laws apply
precisely the same way. The prospector
can explore and locate claims without
the slightest restriction.
"All timber and wood in tho national
forests is for prompt use. It is soli
to the small man and the big man.
Kveryboily who needs timber to estab
lish a homo gets it free of chargo
when ho asks for it. In the sale of
timber thero is no chance of monopoly,
for tho secretary of agriculture can sell
as much or as litlo as ho pleases, to
whom ever ho pleases and for whatovei
price ho deems fair for the best inter
ests of tho people. Tho government
gets a fair return for all timber, where
as before under tho timber and stone
act it practically gave it away in siicl
manner that it was monopolized in va',t
tracts by corporate interests.
"The rango is used for grazing of
live stook. In tho national forests jre
ated after March J,li)()7, thero will bo
no interference with tho grazing indus
try. Nor will any grazing fee bo
i-harged during the season.
"AH stockmen who have regularly
Used the range will continue to do so
without any interference from tho for
IS OUT OF DANGER
By Associated Press.
WASHINGTON, March o. A'chie
Roosevelt, tho piesident's third son,
who has been suffering with diphtheria
sinco last Triday, was tonight declared
entirely out of danger by Surgeon Gen
MANY BILLS PRESENTED
IN THE LAST CONGRESS
By Associated Press.
WASHINGTON, March 15. During
the Tifty-ninth congress 34,839 bills
and joint resolutions were introduced
iu both tho senate and house, about one
fourth moro than in tho Fifty-eighth
congress. There were 2G,lol houso bills
and of these 0,910 becamo laws. About
the same proportion of' senate bills re
ceived general approval.
Doran Bill Blocked in Council
Temporarily by a One-Man
NO PROGRESS MADE IN
Attorney General Will Tell the
House His Opinion as to the
Validity of Proposed Rail
Special to tho Silver Holt.
PHOi:XlX, Ariz., March 5. Tho sub
stitute for tho Doran mining tax bill
was roported today unanimously to the
council by the committee on mines and
mining. It was ou tho point .of being
passed when O'Neill of Maricopu inter
vened and at a lato hour of tho session
began reading the governor's message.
He said his remarks would altogether
occupy about four hours. Thereupon
an agreement was reported for adjourn
ment, with tho 'understanding that the
bill would bo made u special order for
10 o'clock tomorrow morning.
The bill reached its third reading un
der a suspension of rules bv a vote of
11 to 1.
The four-cent faro bill was also mado
a special order for today, as was the
bill prohibiting the sale of liquor in
tho territory. Tho three-cent faro bill
was indefinitely jiostponed.
Other Legislation in Council
Burke's probate judge bill amending
the present law only by increasing the
assessed valuation of property in coun
ties of the firht class necessary for the
.segregation of tho ollices of probate
judge and clerk of tho probate court
from $S,000,000 to $10,000,000.
New bills were:
By Koemer of .Cochise, limiting the
powers of corporations; by Jtoemcr, for
establishing a sort of juvenile court giv
ing to the district judges jurisdiction
over such cases and taking from jus
tices of the peace power to head to the
By Dickermau of Pima, for the col
lection of taxes in cities and towns.
By Blnkeley of Mohave, a primary
By O'Neill of Jluricopa, a memorial
to congress asking foi the validation
of city warrants of Phoenix issued in
excess of the Harrison act.
Uncertainty in House
In the house the advocates of railroad
legislation made no progress today, al
though it is not certain that they have
lost any strength. Late in tho day a
motion to hurry through the Crenshaw
freight bill amended by the attach
ment of the railway commission bill
was interrupted by a motion to adjourn,
which was carried by a vote iif 13 to
0. Bofore the adjournment, however,
it was decided to discuss the bill in
committee of the whole toinonow morn
ing, when the attorney general will be
asked as to his opinion on the validity
of the proposed law. There has been
a misunderstanding and different re
ports about the view of tho attorney
general. It s understood that ho will
toll the members that the law would be
House Passes Bills
A considerable part of the day was
consumed in tho house over tlio agri
cultural experiment appropriation bill,
which went over for another day.
Bills passed in the house were:
Permitting boaids of supervisors to
revoke the licenses of liquor sellers.
The bill amending the law providing
for tho extension of limits of incor
poiated cities and towns. It differs
from tho present law only in tho elimin
ation of the words "now existing," so
that the law shall apply to towns not
existing at the time of the enactment
of tho law.
The council bill requiring trains to
stop at least threo minutes at county
seats was defeated.
Several bills were ordered engrossed
but most of tho business under consid
eration wont over for the day.
Tho governor signed the bill exclud
ing women and children from saloons;
the bill increasing tho salary of public
examiner, and tho bill for tho protection
of the health and morals of children in
tho hands of improper parents or guar
dians. Mrs, McDonald Not Held for
Murder of Guerin in Chi
By Associated Press.
CHICAGO, March 5. Tho coroner's
jury was unable today to determine
whether Webster Guerin, tho artist who
was found dead in his studio last week,
came to his death from a shot fired by
himself or Mrs. McDonald, who was
iu the studio nt the time of tho shoot
ing and now under nricst charged with
killing Guoiin. Tho jury was out over
eight hours, and finally decided to re
turn an open verdict. Tho caso will go
WAS IN QUANDRY
to the grand jury of tho criminal court.
After the verdict Coroner Peter Hoff
" I am of tho opinion thnt tho verdict
will be approved in tho criminal court.
Tn tho evidence produced nt tho inquest
there was nothing to show conclusively
that Guerin- was shot by the woman,
while tho testimony that gavo riso to
a iciisonitlilo doubt and this undoubt
edly influenced the jury in its decision."
TO MAKE RECORD
By Associated Pi ess.
WASHINGTON, Maich S. Chief En
gineer Stevens is trying to make a rec
oul bofore turning the Panama canal
work over to his successor, Colonel Goo
thals, as is evinced by a cablegram
from him received by Seeietary Tnft
"Iu twenty-three working days of
February excavation in Culebra cut was
tioS,S44 yards. On tho same basis a full
month would have been 722,000 yards.
March should go considerably over 800,
000." Noted Silk Maker Dead
By Associated Press.
CINCINNATI, Ohio, March 5. U...
vid Wilson Beldlng, president and foun
der of tho Holding Silk company, died
at ids home today in this city aged 75.
With his brothers he founded the silk
business, having extensive factories in
Connecticut, Massachusetts, Michigan,
California and Canada.
TOMMY RYAN WILL
MEET OANS AT frONOPAH
Hy Associated Press.
SYKAUUSK, N. V., March fi. Tommy
Ityau, who last night fought Hugo Kel
ley at Ifochester, said today that he
would accept the offer of the Tonopah
Athletic club to fight Joe Gnns for a
puiso of $30,000 on Labor Day and will
go in training as soon as the articles
Nicaraguans Defeated by Gen
eral Who Quit Them Fifty
By Associated Press,
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AliUUMlI.IllJl 1, VIlllllll IO, 4II.1IW1 J
The army of Honduras is mobilizing
uiHin the frontier under the personal
command of President Bonilln, whose
arrival at the front inspired the troops
with enthusiasm for the proposed oper
ations against Nicaragua. The first
fighting since February IS occurred tho
evening of March 3, when General
Chnmorro, the Nicnragiian loader, who
is serving with tho Honduraiis, attarked
and defeated four hundred of the Nicn
rnguau troops and captured fifty pris
oners. The Hondurans ' loss was small.
Princeton to Join Fleet
WASHINGTON, March 5. The gun
boat Princeton, now upon the southern
California coast, will be ordorcd to
Central America to nssist the cruiser
Chicago in looking after American in
terests threatened by tho war between
Nicaragua and Honduras. It has been
decided to send either the Dubuque or
the Paducah to Bluefields, Nicaragua, to
assist the Marietta in looking after
American interests upon the Caribbean
LWrfff W 'Mti 'yrnrrx v f K ?JfcS&'Br
SENATOR WILLIAM E. BORAH
"William E. Borah became a United States senator from Idaho on tho
third of March. It is said that in his boyhood Mr. Borah expressed his do
tonnination to become president of tho United States. He was born at Fdir
field, 111., in 1S05. Ho was graduated from the University of Kansas, taking
liigli honors in Greek, removed to Idaho later and began the practico of law
at Boise in 1889. Senator Borah succeeds Frederick T. Dubois in the wearing;
of tho toga. f
BOSS ABE RUEF
IS IN CONTEMPT
Fails to Appear for Trial on
Felony Indictments and
. Heney Waxes Wrothy.
FIND THE DEFENDANT
Judge Dunne Refuses to Rec
ognize Writ of Error De
tective Burns Says Ruef Is
Still in San Francisco,.
By Associated Press.
SAN FRANCISCO, Cal., March S.
Abraham Ihief, who yesterday secured
a writ of error fiom Superior Judge
Hebbard, did not appear today before
Judge Dunne for tiial ou the five in
dictments for felony. Ituef nnd his nt
toineys considered that the action of
Hebbard served as a bar to further
proceedings. When court opened As
sistant District Attorney Heney an
nounced that the prosecution was pre
pared to proceed with the trial, but the
defendant was not present. The court
directed the bailiff to call Ruef at the
The bailiff reported that ltuef failed
to respond. Tho court directed the
clerk to issue a win rant directing the
sheriff to take the defendant into cus
tody. Buef's counsel protested vigor
ously, saying, "Don't you think that
Mich action might bring this court in
contempt of the supremo court of the
I'nited States?" The court quietly re
plied that he did not need instruction
and was not concerned with what other
tribunals might do.
Dunne Declares Himself
Ruof's attorney, however, persisted
in outlining the transactions elsewhere
in ltuef 's behalf and Judge Dunne then
said: "I amgoing to proceed with
this tiial until, the supremo court of
the state or the United States court
of appeals commands me to desist."
A recess of an hour was ordered to
permit the sheriff to apprehend the de
fendant. Upon reconvening the dep
uty reported his search had been fruit
less. This brought Heney to his feet
with the declaration:
"If your honor will apjioint Mr.
Burns (detective) an elisor I will guar
antee to have the defendant in court
in a half hour.
Fail to Find Euef
The court responded that he would
give the sheriff until 2 o'clock to find
ltuef. At 2 o'clock Sheriff O'Neill re
ported thnt he and his deputies had
gone to tho defendant's oflice, but were
unable tn find a trace of him. Judgo
Dunne ordered an adjournment until
tomorrow morning to give the sheriff
time to find tho missing defendant.
Detective Burns, who is assisting the
prosecution, said he was certain Ruef
had not left the city, but had been in
secret consultation with one of his
counsel during the time the deputies
were searching for him. Fiom informa
tion brought to him Burns is confident
that Ruef had secured himself in a
loom attached to n restaurant. Assist
ants of Burns kept watch on the place
Farmer Burns Beats Parr
By Associated Press.
OMAHA, Neb., March 5. "Farmer"
Burns won the cntch-as-catch-can wrest
ling match with James Parr, champion
of England, nt tho Auditorium today.
Parr took the first bout in 21 minutes,
Burns the second and third in 13 and
21 minutes respectively.
By Associated Press.
CLEVELAND, Ohio, March 5. Mrs.
Minnie Sherman, a wealthy widow re
siding in tho exclusive village of Euc
lid, was found dead at her home tonight
under circumstances pointing to mur
der. The police aro working on the
theory that tho woman was drugged
with poison and robbed.
NEW YORK HERALD
ENTERS GUILTY PLEA
By Associated Press,.
NEW YORK, March 5. Through
counsel today the New York Herald
company pleaded guilty to violating the
section of tho United States statutes
in reference to sending improper' mat
ter through the mails. Judge Hough
of the United States court announced
that he would pass sentence April 2.
JEROME IN CLASH
District .Attorney Defies Judge
and Refuses to Produce the
DAY IS OTHERWISE
WITHOUT A FEATURE
Dr, Wagner, Alienist, Occupies
Witness Stand All Day Le
gal Assumption that Thaw
Is Insane, Says Jerome,
By Associated Press.
NEW YORK, March 3. Interest in
today's session of the Thaw trial was
dulled by the continued cross examina
tion of Dr. Charles C. Wagner, who
was on the stand all day, and when ad
journment was announced the district
attorney seemed to have much ground
yet to cover.
The elder Mrs. Thaw may not be
reached before Thursday morning.
The session was made notable by a
clash between Jerome and Justice Fitz
gerald at the climax of which the
prosecuting attorney refused point
blank, to cite to the court the authori
ties upon which he was premeditating
an argument. Jerome was requested by
the judge to submit to him whatever
authorities he had upon this subject.
"I have such a high respect for the
courts of this jurisdiction," retorted
Jerome, "that I will not submit the
authorities on a question of law which
is so, elemental and upon which author
ities aro so abundant that I must pre
sume the learned court knows them."
With flushed face and a sharp rap of
the gavel, Judge Fitzgerald said that
if tho district attorney did not submit
his authorities the. court would assume
that he did not know any. Jerome
did not submit the authorities and Fitz
gerald ruled in favor of the defense
on tho point which was in question as
to whether tho state on cross examina
tion should bo allowed to go further
with an expert witness than counsel
for the defense was allowed to go on
No Stump Speech Wanted
Jerome was as defiant in his tone as
in tho words ho uttered, and it was
plainly with much effort that he re
tained his. judicial composure. Delmas
was proceeding at somo length to stato
tho position, of the defense when Jer
ome interrupted with a remark that tho
argument did not call for "a stump
speech." Mr. Delmas protested against
tho "offensive" langunge of the district
attorney. Fitzgorald interposed in the
discussion. During the argument the
district attorney placed himself on rec
ord by saying that the legal assumption
before the court today is that Thaw is
Judge Fitzgerald declared that the
present jury has only to do with the
quetsion of Thaw's insanity on the
night he killed White. ,
DEEPER THAN EVER
By Associated Press.
'CHICAGO, March 5. Any possibility
that the missing $173,000 from tho local
subtreasury might havo been mislaid
with currency on hnnd was eliminated
today when four experts from tho Unit
ed States treasury at Washington count
ed the last of tho paper money in the
"It came out correct to a dollar,"
snid Subtreasurer Boldenwick.
Tomorrow tho count of gold and sil
ver in the vaults will begin.
By Associated Press.
WASHINGTON, March 5. Forecast
for Arizona: Fair in south, snowing
in north portion Wednesday; Thursday
Progress in Selecting Jury Is
Slow, as Many Own to Pre
judice Against Negroes,
OTHERS HAVE FORMED
Believed that Jury Will Not Be
Chosen Until Tomorrow
Defense Objects but All Mo
tions Are Overruled,
Special to the Silver Belt.
SOLOMONVILLE, Ariz., March 5.
The negro William Baldwin, charged
with a crime which in brutality and
heinousness surpasses any in the crim
inal aunals of the territory of Arizona,
was placed on trial for his life this
morning, Judge Nave calling the trial
immediately upon the arrival of the
train from Globe bearing most of the
court officials of Gila county. It is
expected that within a week Baldwin
will either be a free man or under sen
tence of death for the murder of Mrs.
Harvey Morris and 1-year-old daugh
ter at Roosevelt on the morning of
January 31 last. It is generally under
stood that there will be nothing half
way for the negro either freedom or
death on tho gallows, with little possi
bility of the former-according to stories
already published of the crime.
Will Have Good Defense
Attorneys llillr Bawlins and Jacobs,
who were appointed by Judge Nave to
the unwelcome task of defending tho
negro, gave evidence this morning that
thej would do everything in their
power to assist the negro in securing
justice and will make a hard fight to
prove his innocence, if there is the
shadow of a chance that Baldwin did
not commit the crime. Objections to
the procedure of the court were plenti
ful this morning, the first objection of
the defense being because of the al
leged fact that the venire was not full;
they then objected because the jury
fists were not regular and lacked juris
diction. Judge Nave overruled all of
The progress in the first day of the
trial was slow and it may be several
days before a jury is secured. Many of
the veniremen were excused today be
cause either of race prejudice or be
cause of having formed an opinion as to
the defendant's guilt or innocence. A
large number of those who had been
summoned as jurymen professed to hav
ing prejudice against the colored race.
A surprising feature of the case was
that a number of the veniremen from
remote parts of the county owned to
having formed decided opinions ns to
tho commission of the crime and it
seems that the case thus far has been
well followed in tho newspapers
throughout Graham county.
What plan of defense will be fol
lowed by tho attorneys appointed by
the court to defend the negro cannot
be surmised. Baldwin whenever he
talks of tho crime, still stoutly main
tains his innocence and holds that he
has witnesses vvlio will prove that he
could not have committed the crime.
Only two witnesses have been suifi-
moned in his behalf, Paymaster Brooks
at Roosevelt and a negro named Brad
ley of the same place. It is hardly pos
sible that the defense will try to prove
Eighteon of the necessary twenty
nine required for the panel had quali
fied at the time of adjournment this
afternoon. All of the jurymen aro be
ing subjected to rigid questioning by
both the attorneys for tho defense and
District Attorney Stoneman and it will
probably be two days 'before the jury
is completed. ( ,
The trial is creating considerable in- f,
tcrest here ami tllo courtroom was
crowded throughoiit the day's session.
ADAMS CASE TO
THE JURY TODAY
Final Arguments Concluded-
Idaho Makes Appropriation
By Associated Press.
WALLACE, Idaho, March 5. Argu
ments both for the prosecution and tho
defense to the jury in tho Adams case
have been closed and Judge Woods
will give the final instructions tomor
row morning. These instructions would
havo been given tonight but for the
fact that Jacob Franc, one of tho jury
men, was ill and unfit to attend.
$7,000 for Prosecution
BOISE, Idaho, March 5. Tho senate
today passed tho house bill appropri
ating $7,000 for carrying on the prose
cution in tho Stcunonberg murder case.
Tho bill went through both houses
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