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Printed by a Chicago Newspaper Is
Declared false by President of
the. Miners' federation.
Holse, Idnlio, Mny 11. There was
noticeable evidence Friday ot relaxa
tion in the atmosfihtire of Uolse Not
withstanding nn outward appearanco
of lack of Interest In the case theio
has existed for .some time lu Holse au
etiemely tense condition,
Procopdlngs In the coUrt room
Thursday did much to dissipate thU.
There was a spirit of give -and take.
A Joke from one or unother of coun
sel, or a latigh caused by the answer
of a talesman acted as safety valves,
and vhtn tile day was over the strain
A story printed Friday by the Chi
cago Journal, charging that ono
I Charles Moyer was In 1S8C sentenced
to one year In Jollet penitentiary for
burglary In Chicago, was printed here
und created much discussion. That
C. 11. Moyer, the prisoner now In Jail
here, chareed with the murder of ex-
!(Sov. Steunenberg, Is one and the
sumo man Is denied by the prisoner
and bis counsel.
.Moyer, when seen on the subject,
said lie was working In the mlncH In
the Black Hills country or Smith Da
kota at the time of Incarceration,
which Is given as between February
4, 1S8G, and January 4, 18ST. He states
that It would be easy to verify this
by the lecords of the Castle Creek
Cold Alining Co, at itoekford, S. 1).,
where, he suyy, he was working at tbo
While the number of witnesses to
be called on bolh sides looks formid
able, there Is good reason to believe
Unit u large number of those wit
nesses will not be In attendance. A
considerable portion of tho witnesses
for tho prosecution llvo In Colorado or
lu other neighboring states. This Is
also true of the defense, as the homo
I of tbn pilsoners Is In Colorado and It
Is not possible to bring them to Idaho
agaltiHt their will.
Lawyers of Boise not connected In
any way with tho case, but ;who know
as much as Is known of what both
sides expect to do, say thai after tbo
Jury Is. procured the trial of (be caso
ought to be over In two weeks. Judgo
Wood expects to wasto no time and
another adjournment In not looked
for after Monday. Tho court will sit
from 10 a. m. to noon und from 2 p.
in to r. p, ui. and sometimes Until 6.
Several members of tho VeitMii
Federation of Miner, now lu Bolae
watching the cane, do not Join In tho
belief existing In some uuarleiH that
(Orchard will lefuso to testify. They
believe that he will make bis state
ment on'the stand. On all aides thero
Ik u question as to how far Orchard
will he allowed In go In his ntatemeut,
which It Is alleged Implicated Hay
wood, .Moyer and I'ettlbone. It la
uiound this ovldence that the whole
case undoubtedly will move.
A Sympathetic Strike.
I'lttsburg, May 11. The entlro
plant of the Colonial steel works at
Coloula is closed down as a result of
a strike, throwing 1,000 Idle. Several
w()eks ago, when tho engineers and
machinists struck for time and a half
foh nil work dono on Saturday night
and 'Sunday, Master Mechanic Craw
foid and Klectrlclan Walter RIseman
wont out In sympathy with tho men.
The trouble was adjusted, but Thurs
day Crawford and Klseman wore dis
charged. AVhen tho men learned this
they all null work, determined to re
main on strike until the two officials
nio i ('Instated.
Tate Is Convicted .of Burglary.
Chicago, May U.K. S. Tate, who
galipd notoriety recently on a charge
of having been employed by Nowton
(', Dougherty, formerly presldont of
the Peoria 111,, board of education and
now sorvlug a sentence In Jollet peni
tentiary, to blow open the auditor's
safe, waa on Friday found guilty ot
burglallztng a Chicago icsldence.
Tate ajleged that the burglat-y was
one arranged by the Chicago police
who used Tato as a "stool pigeon."
Stahl Will be a White Stocking.
Washington, May 11. The Wash
ington American leaguo club on Fri
day sold "Jake" Stahl to tho Chicago
Amcrlcun league club for $1,000. The
action Is the result of a recent deci
sion of tho national commission re
'ldlrlng the Washington club to dis
pose of Stnhl within a week.
Treating on Election Day Is Barred.
Jefferson City, Mo,, May 11. Gov.
Folk has signed the bill prohibiting
any pelsou treating another to Intoxi
cating liquors orf the day of any gen
eral or primary election.
D'ennett Plead Not Guilty.
4 Now .Voi k, May 11, Oliver M. Den
nett, tho stock broker, pleaded not
guilty Filday to three Indictments
charging him with grand larceny In
J ho tlutrt of several hundred thousand
dollars' worth of securities from tho
Trust Company of America, No dato
was i-et for his trial.
Nine People Hurt In Collision.
KdwardsvTlle, 111., May U.-rNlna
persons woro hurt lu a collision Kit
day between a Nou)hbound' electrlp
car and a work (ralu on the McKli
1 iuttrurbau lia.
REFUSE TO MIlTIUTC.
oih Parties In the Krlkco Street Rail
way Strike Decline to Ylele! an
San Frartclsco, May It, The strt)t
railway strike" has developed Irttn a
fight to & tlnleh. Neither lde U will'
In' to accept arbitration and the cltj.
zn' coiumtttee appointed to brlhg
about peace have been unable lb fldd
any bnals of settlement. The jkbllce
fdrce Is too small t6 protect cars and
none urn run for passengers.
Thfc Unled ftallwr.ys' officers bn
Friday wanted to run a string of cars
frhm tho ba at Oak and Hroderlck
slreets through the burned area and
north on Market street to th6 Ferry
blinding, but the consent of the po
le oepartment could no( be bbtalned.
As a compromise, two ears were run
Into the burned region as far ai
J.arkln street. This trip was made
On tho first trip mounted police
acted as outriders and more lhan a
score of patrolmen rode alongside In
automobiles. No violence was shown
by the crowds.
On the second trip the mounted of
ficers wore withdrawn to determine
the tamper of the crowds. Missiles
were hurled from buildings nnd sev
eral persons were Injured.
Vice President Mullaly, of tho
street car company, said he had sev
eral hundred strike breakers, motor
men and conductors, quartered In tho
company's barns and that they were
competent to operate the entire street
Mayor Schmitz said the police de
partment was "competent to cope
with the situation."
Despondent because of HI health
Mrs. Carrie Slgsworth, ai years of
age, killed her lS-monthsold child
nnd then Bhot and killed herself at
her home In Allegheny, Pa.
Tains lilxby, who has for many
years been commissioner for the flye
clvllled tribes of Indians In Indian
Territory, at a salary or ?0,000, has
senr his resignation to Secretary Gar
field. The city treasurer of Syracuse, N.
V., has discovered u shortage In the
accounts of tho office. It Is Impossi
ble to tell until experts lepoit bow
laige the shortage Is, but It may
reach f 100,000,
The body of a man believed to,be
Joseph Mangol, reputed to be a
wealthy land nwnor near 'St. Louis,
was fotind lying on the Illinois Cen
tral track at Duquolu, 111. Apparently
ho. had been -murdered and robbed.
American railways will Si eud cloijo
to a billion dollars during the present
year In an extraoullnnry effort to se
cure sufficient equipment, power und
track, Including new road, to make It
possible to handle the. gieut amount
ot tiaffiu jielng offeied to them.
Valet Stole Thousand.
New York. May II. With a letter
lu his pocket containing what pur
ports to bo a written confession of his
crime, George nevjngtou, a valet, was
arrested here Friday, charged with
stealing mone and Jewelry valued at
several thousand dollars from Sydney
Smith1? his employer. The theft Is al
leged to have been committed in a
Paris hotel last March. In addition
to the letter the polldo found In Hev
Ington's pocket receipts Indicating
that some of tho articles of Jowelry
dud about S400 of the stolen money
was icturnod to Mr. Smith. .Mr. Smith
never reported tho theft to the jfollce.
McClellan Vetoes the Salary Bill.
New York, May 11. Mayor McClel
lan on Filday vetoed the While salury
bill recently passed by the legislature.
Tho bill provided that In whatever
grades men and women teachers wore
jointly employed, the salaries of both
se,xes should be tho same. The wo
men teachers who have fought vigor
ously for the legislation adopted the
Slogau "equal pay for equal work."
The Decision Is Kept Secret,
Now York, May 11. Tbo referee
who heaid the evidence in the divorce
suit of Mrs. Adelaide Mlzner against
her husband, Wilson Mlzner, filed a
report with Justice Dlschoft Friday',
but the finding was not made public.
The papers were sealed and the do
creo will not be known until the ref
eree's finding is confirmed by the Jus
tice. Mrs. Mlzner, before her last
marriage, was the widow of Charles
T Yerkes, the traction promoter.
Guatemalan-Mexican Affair Settled.
Mexico City, May 11. The Guate
malan,, affair has been settled. Mex
ico will noFperaist In her demand for
extradition of Gen. Jose Lima and of
Col. Bone, charged with complicity in
the' assassination of Gen. Barillas.
Diplomatic relation's will not be sev
jred. Senor Gainboa, Mexico's min
ister to Guatemala, will be sent to
Salvador. A'MexIcaa consul will at
tend to this country's, affairs In Guate
mala. At tho same time Mexico will
not give Senor Glron, Guatemalan
minister to Mexico, his passports, tho
Idea being to humiliate Guatemala
and express Mexico's resentment for
Cabrera's conduct during the affair.
An rlelr to Spain's Throne If' aorn.
Madrid. May 11. Tho news that
the dlrecU male succession to the
th.'onn ot Spain had beon assured by
the, birth Friday of u son to Queen
Victoria sent a thrill of rejoicing
thioughout the country and tho event
Is being celebrated from one end of
the laud to another. The boy will bo
uamed Alfonso and will bo known as
the Prince ot the Asturlau.
Hummel Must Go to Prison.
New York, May ll.-c-ne year In
stato prison and to pay a line of Sfioo
was the sentence imposed Filday
upon Abraham If, Hummel, the law
yer who was convicted of-conspiracy
In tho Dodge-Morsti diyorce caso.
Hummel was convicted lif the slate
supremo court several months ago
but appealed to fho appellate division
of that court, The dclloji was at-
dares Is a Big One.
BOTH SIDES FIRM.
Managers ef Steamship Lines Issue
an Ultimatum t Strikers, Who
Shew No Sign tf Yielding.
New York, i May 11. Tho resident
heads of the steamship companies In
cluded In the International Mercantile
Marino Co. assumed the aggressive
Friday when, following a conference,
they served notice lipbn the striking
longshoremen that unities the latter
returned tn wofk within n week tholf
places would be permanently filled by
other men. At the meeting. the steam
ship officials reaffirmed their determi
nation not to yield to the demand tor
Gustav II. Schwab, general man
ager of tho North German Lloyd Co.,
took occasion to again deny that there
was a possibility that the trans-Atlantic
lines would compromise wltli tho
In the face of these statements Pat
rick Connor, president of the Long
shoremen's Union Protective associa
tion, predicted full victory for the
strikers within 24 hottrs. Tho long
shoremen met at their Manhattan
headquarters last night and later Mr.
Connor said that tho strikers were ot
one mind to stay out. until their de
mands wcro coucoded.
Twelve big liners are duo here with
in the next 48 hours, and seven ocean
going steamships aro scheduled to de
part in the same period. Connor 'de
clared the linos would be powerless to
cope with such a congestion und must
meet the stevedores' demands.
To put on further pressure Con
nor, who says that there are 30,000
men Idle, asserted that he would
bring Out the market truck drivers,
most of whom are said to bo willing
to go on a sympathetlo strike. Ho will
also try to get the coMl trimmers to
strike, so that vessels lu this port
may bo In serious need ot coal.
The strikers were somewhat en
couraged .Friday when 200 omployes
of the Fall Illvor lino went out. Tho
company elalmedthat It would not bo
Inconvenienced. One thousand lum-.
her liandlers, employes of J4 lumber
companies, also struck, demanding an
Increase from $2.r0 io V' for a day of
ten hours, While their work Is dis
tinct from that of the striking long
shoremen, the lumber handlers' or;,
ionization is a branch of tho Interna
tional Longshoremen's union, und the
attitude of the members Is construed
as in sympatny wim tne steveuorcs
ind promises to still further compli
cate a serlouft situation.
The coastwise shipping companies
have shown a disposition to compro
mise and Ihe strlko t.o far as they are
concerned Is practically onded. Tho
trans-Atlantic lines, however, are
hopelessly behind in the matter of
their fi eight and arrangements aro
being m'ndo to divert freight to other
ports. Boston, Philadelphia and Bal
timore will be chiefly benefited.1
BAD WEATHER RETARDS TRADE.
Every Section of the Country Reports
that Abnormal' Cold fHas Disturbed
New York, May Jl. R. O. ,Dun A
Co.'s Weekly Review of Trade says:
Weather conditions unseasonable
almost beyond precedent have re
tarded retail trade and agriculture to
an extent that cannot yet bo meas
ured, but the loss will be consider
able. Spring opened" with the bright
est, prospects for business and crops,
but record broaklhg results can no
longer be attained. May thus far has
brought complaints of excessive .cold
from almost every section of the coun
try, and In many cases mercantile
collections have been slow on that ac
count. Freight congestion la relieved, how
ever, and traffic Is very heavy, partly
In preparation for fall and winter
business, which is viewed with confi
dence, while last year's pressure
causes a big movement of coal and at
tractive prices brlng'awvast tonnage
of wheat to primary markets. TJie
outlook in the Iron and steel Industry
was never brighter. Steel rails ard
constantly ordered, much now busi
ness being In light rails for trolley
lines, and makers of agricultural Im
plements are purchasing bars freely.
Woman Confesses Killing Another.
Cleveland, May 11. Under direct
accusation by detectives Mrs. Domi
nica Frelstlcre, a glrl-wlfo and moth
er, confessed to the shooting of Mrs.
Goncetta Mendollo on last Tuesday
night Mrs. Frelstlcre asserts that a
revolver given hor by a m.un whoso
name Is withheld, which sho did not
know was loaded, axplpded In her.
hands apd that the bullet struck Mrs.
Mendollo. Jr, -ollco court Friday Mrs,
FrolaUcre's case was"cpntlnucd until
tVlaoynrt!1 and her ba'" 8a flxod at
Too Valuable to be Released.
Columbus, 0 May ll, Tho caso of
Harry Reynolds, (he Cleveland big
amlst, was not acted upon by.the par.
don board Friday and his application
for release was laid upon the shojf for
the present becauso Reynolds' profes
sional knowledge is too valuable to
the Institution Just at thle tme. He
has been acting as superintendent of
construction and has not 'finished
breaking In the regular appointee," "
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by Submarine Boat
IN FOUR MINUTES
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The Octopus Sank 20 feet A Series
of Remarkable Tests in a Nasty
u Sea and a Thick fog. '
Newport, It. I., May 11. All Amer
ican records for quick diving by a
submarine boat were broken Friday
whep the submarine Octopus went
through a series of extraordinary
tests In Coddlngton Cove, In a nasty
sea, with a thick rog that cleared at
limes and a southwest wind that blew
at a rate of 40 miles an hour.
, Tho principal test was for the pur
pose of determining whether the Oc
topus while afloat would be able to
,get submerged quickly If ail enemy
should be sighted. Running nt full
speed on the surface, propelled by
gasoline engines, the Octopus receiv
ed a-signal from the members of tho
trial board on board the tender Nina.
Immediately tho engines were
stopped and power wsb furnished by
storage batteries. Diving rudders
wero adjusted, the submarlno took .17
tons of water Into her tanks nnd sank
to a depth of 20 feet. This was ac
complished within four nnd a half
minutes after receiving the signal, A
second (est reduced the time by about
half a minute.
A test was also mado to determine
tho ability of tho Octopus to come to
a full stop while running nt full speed
ahead under water.
When coming to the surface from
one of her dives the Octopus sighted
In the lifting fog'a tug and (ow of
barges. Tho submarlno Immediately
dived nnd escaped the danger of :t col
llslon by going down so deep In the
water that tho tow could pass above
In safety. At another timer when the
Octopus was running awash at a
speed of ten knots .an hour, she dived
and was completely submerged within
Killed by a Policeman.
Butlo, Mont., Muy 11. Patrolman
Jackson last night . shot and killed
Harry Cole es the la'tter wan attempt
ing to escape. Cole was anested on
suspicion of being one of tho North
ern Pacltlc train robbers, A mob of
2,000 men besieged the city Jail led
by Cole's brother In au effort to lynch
Uotectlvo McGarvey, who they
thought shot Cole, McGarvey was put
In tho Jail for protection. '
A Huge Lockout Is Promised.
Uoilln, Muy 11. Tho Master Build
ers' Association of Beilln on Filday
decided to lock out all masons and
bricklayers on Alay IS. Over 100,000
moii aio affected by this decision.
Thin proposed strlko, which threatens
to be ono of tho greatest that ever
has taken' place in Oerniany, arises
from the domaud of the men for an
eight Instead of a nluohour day.
Snow Storm Lasted 24 Days.
Laramie, Wyo May 11. For 24
days a snow storm has raged In tho
southern Wyoming mountains und,
mow Is seven feet deep on a level.
Since April lfi tho sun has not shown
and the storm has not ceased a mo
mont. Tho temperature has been be
tween zero and ten degrees below
during thnt time.
Bonaparte Gets Busy,
Washington, May 11. Attorney
General Bonaparte has Issued Instruc
tions to various district attorneys to
Institute proceedings against 25 dif
ferent railroad companies to exact
peu'altles for violations of the safety
- Sues for $100,000 Damages.
Columbus, 0 May 11. William T.
Spaeth, of Chicago, on Friday filed
suit In tho United States court here
for 1100,000 damages agalust Lewis,
Sells and, Sheriff George J. Karl), of
Columbus, for alleged false arrest in
Cleveland, May 14, 190C, on an alleged
groundless charge ot embezzling
funds ot the Forepaugh-Sells circus lu
North Carolina. Spaeth says he was
locked In jail two days and was made
to furnish $1,000 bond. He claims tho
expense of being liberated was fl.lCQ,
Spaeth was In the employ,.of the Fore-paugh-Sells
firm at t,ho tlmo the cir
cus Was robbed of $30,000 three years
ago, and the embezzlement' chnrgo
was the, outgrowth of this robbery.
Detroit, May 11, Brig, Gen, Or
lando B, WHlcox, U. S. A retired,
former governor or tho National Sol
dlers' Home nt Washington, died Frl
day at Coburg, tint., aged 85.
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.Columbus, O., May it. The estate
board of agriculture has closed a con
tract with Roy L. Kriakeiiihtie, ofTo
ledo, the airship man, for'hot only an
exhibition ot his 95-foot alrjhlp .now,
approaching completion aW Toledo,,
but also for the use of several,, ordi
nary balloons owned by tho Toledo
aeronaut for balloon racing during
the Ohio state fair and homecoming,
Mr. Knabenshue has soveral men In
training at Toledo now to operate
these balloons during his exhibitions
during the coming season. The ordi
nary ballqons when used for these
races will he filled with hydrogen gas
Instead of hot air and will therefore
From Office Boy to General Manager.
New York, May "11. Barrett B.
Mitchell has been appointed general
freight, frafflo malinger of the Vander
hilt rallioad lines. His salary Is to bo
$25,000 a year. Mr. Mitchell entered
the employ of the Vtthderbllt lines
Juno 1, ISC", as an office boy In the
freight depaitment of the Rluo lino at
, Another Victory for Hearst.
Albany, N. Y., Mny 1L The court
of appeals on Friday sustained the
right of Attorney .General Jacksoiir-to
attack In the name of tho people the
title of George B. .McClellan as mayor
of Now York City, In behalr of Will
lain It. Hearst. The Hearst canst! has
now won In all courts. .
Moore Succeeds Allen.
Washington, May 11. The presi
dent has appointed Edward B. Moore,
of Michigan, to bo commissioner ot
patents to succeed Frederick I. Allen,
resigned, Mr. .Moore hns been as
sistant commissioner for years.
' v Not Far Wrong. -'
"Hvefl a married womiin," remarked
tho fair widow, "linn her limitations."
'Yen1 rejoined Ihe cynical bachelor.
"'pis bottom of hor husband's pocUtt
iooU Is uiua"v h"'- limit "
Hero are .iirjees that shduld
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muu, hi u ynuiiuiuim jriii.
.pianiiuon mo prices tcll the
tw.w iuiic.( size JO, BtNycar hiuitiiiL' ense, will
lino IT) je;el Hnmpton miovement, now
18.00 rnlches size 10, 20-year hunting; fuse,
with fino If) jewel Hnrap'ton movement, now
$20.(10 Wnlchcs, sizo 10, 20-ycnr huntimr eiise,-17
jewels, Jllipois movement,, now ...............
-flO.OO patches, sizo 0
$18.00 Wntches, sizo 0, solid. coltMiuntinsr caso.
fine jewolcd American movement, now , ....
$10;00 Watches, size 10, opon
Hnmpton movmnent, now
$15.00 Wnlchcs, size, 10, opon
15 iewels. Illinois movemenl,
TCt'op an eyn on tliis store
up inese wnicu yanies, a:
Bowers' Jewelry Store
for Saturday is always .cejft
bletii,, HohifB Grown Lettufa,
Onions, Rhubarb, Radishes
both white and red,, Cucum
bers, Spinach, etc. Also wo
have both cabbage and ' to
mato plants on hand at all
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Our euoDfy rawberrjes, Radish
es, Onions." Asparagus, Letuco, Oti
enmhers. Rhouaarb, Bananas, Oran
ges. Annies will bo comnloto -for
Saturday. Fancy solid old Potatoes
New ' Potatoes, Cabbage, Plenty
rrcsh Eitbs and Country Butter.
Fancv Cakes and Crackers. Satur
day only will sell 4 lbs Lima Beans
2fic 7 lbs.- Soup Boans 25c.
D. A. TERRY.
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