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VOLUME XV. NO. 254 .
If What He has Already Told on the Witness Stand
be True He is the Greatest Murderer
and General Outlaw Who Ever
Escaped the Gallows.
According to His Own Story He has Killed Sixty Men for
Hlre-Those Who are Familiar with Facts and Acquaint
ed with Criminals and the Methods They Pursue are not
Inclined to believe His Story Many Persons Hear the
.Story as it is Told to the
Brazenness of the Hardened
Boise, Idaho, Juno ((.-"That
man is pluy.ng the game of his ca
ll or villi tm stake his own life,"
declared n noted criminal lawyer
' IhVJiM' listened to Harry Orchard
or lloistloy, through the long hours
of Wednesday- uiul today, recito the
.story oi IiU rtimea winch, if true,
J.nint him the most unprincipled
murderer tli.u over evaded a uooso,
nnd wns impressed. .Everyone who
listens to this palo-diced, well
groomed witness ns he haltingly re
cites the stories of shooting, poi
Ernings nil I wholsnlo dynnmiliirgs,
wonjlew how it will end. Orchard
claims io killed, for hire, sixty per
sons. Tho noted lawyer above quo
"They had the goods on Orchard
f oi thV" murder of RtennoTihm-g.
He "wanted to unvn li:s own life,
nn'dT'wIwl wiw moro natural than
tlin&luV KhfiuM-'Viinko an agreement,
whereby ho f.nn plead cuilty to .-ee-ond
tegiQ murder and get n life
sentence, then rh (ii the stand nnd
tell his st.vy in nn endeavor to
iprovo tlio itnto's case, against the
men they desiro to hang. Let me
assure you, (Jrchnrd has bargained
lot to ho hanged. "
Attorneys Richardson and liar
row spent vnseral hours yesterday
with Ilaywwd, preparing questions
wheh Orohrrd will ho expected to
answer when the cross-examination
Telephone Men at Chicago Discuss the Move as a Remedy
for Existing Conditions A Chicago Man is Father
of the Plan. ,
Chicago, June fl. United action
by 10,000 'iidcpendent lelephouo
cempnnies of tho Unitod Stales and
Camilla, in (ho building of nn inter
national tolegrapli system was urged
nt tho annual convention of the In
ternational Independent Tclephono
association x Chicago today. 11.13.
Hulctt of! Chicago, ono of a group
nf telophono managers, with exten
sive inteiesls in tho 'central states,
declared that tho indejuindouts can
ff.mmand the wipixirt of businiw
inlqresls all over tho country in tho
construction and operation of tho
proposed system . H
"Npvur lip,? (hero been so gqod
n. timo to mitor tho tolegrapli fie.ld
as at tlm prosenl." Mr. ITulett da
clarcd",Th61' Western Union mid
Polol company have within tho
. Inst' threo-limntlis practically cou-
tll, tfClhWod ily i Jia,i raised rntiw
MuJTO120 lo 00 per cent nU over the
roimlry. Thev havo deprived tho
public nf pari, of tho service il luir
licen arcustomed to ill through tho
East. In Nvw York and othor Enst-
em cities tho combination lias nbol-
hed acconunodiilions at scores of
"Id common with all interest
the indepondout lelephouo compa
nie.s havo found ilifllpultv in financ
ing IhaiV prorevlies, This k partic
idarly Into of tho long distuueo
lines', If they will unite, Uwovcr,
in tho crtnstruclion of a telegraph
RVRtoniiV thev can vofoo millions.
fomrnqnili'1 ",0 sol''1 filPJ1fll'' - of
tlic.biwinws' intcraslK, tho farmor.i
and "tho dmall investors cvciy
AVE HIS OWN NECK
Court and are Shocked at the
All today's scssiou will he taken
up with I he direct examination.
Noise Jd'iho, June fi. Orchard
lcnowcu Ids' story when called to
the titnnd ill is morning.. 'After the
Bradley explosion at 'Frisco lie
returned to Denver and met Pettl-
Ibcnc nnd Steve Adams. lie Saul
l.o Haw U.iywoo-,1 and talked about
the Bradley explosion. Haywood
told him lie could have all tho
money he wanted, only ho must
kiep out of fight.
Duriinr his slay in Denver ho said
Haywood ami J'ettibone asked him
to kill Judge flabbort of the su
preme court, who lefused to relen.se
.Moyor on a writ. He and lAdanu
hiiugnrounl (iabbert's liou.se with
thotguns, hut failed. Then, Orchard
fuys, they'- tiled to kill Governor
Pcabody. 'Orchard says lie nnd his
noci:ite p'U n bomb- under the
sidewalk along tlio utieef vliore
rcabody walkrd to the t-apilol. A
uiio was stietched (' tho oxplosivo
liomb, but t'io (Oal wagons were on
the wire wiieu the governor ipa.st.ed
j.ud their effort faihd.
Orchard i.voro that he and .Sieve
Adams wore .irgcd by Haywood to
assassinate David Moffatt, a Den
ver fiiinurt'i', nnd Frank Ilnriip,
president of tho Colornilo Fuol
company, but that they concluded
Ihc attempt was too risky and
stepped. U1 said Haywood pur
chased a horse- and buggy 'for Or
chard and Adams so they could get
about linn 1 ly.
whore. With the mouoy they can
cotnplelo it oiico the independent
telephone long distance lines ns well
as build tho telegraph system and
operate both at fnir rates to tho
public and to themsolvcs."
IMans tor peace between tho in
dependent interests- and tho Amer
ican Tolopnonc and Telegrapli com
pany, avhioi provided 'for independ
ent supremacy in local centers
throughout Ino country on coudi
tun that the Hell interests- were
gion the long distnnco in tho com
politivo leintory feH flat today.
Instead of In wiring ngieemoiits lo
end the long wnrfaro between the
conflicting 'ompanies the convention
adopted ivsolutions denouncing
"any nlllira'-ou or connection of in
did'cmlont and Hell companies''
nnvwhoro on the American conti
nent as being injurious to the ipeo
V. hile mice iing tho pence plans
as lo its competitor the convention
declared in luvor of pcaco in I ho
hideiipendont ranks. A resolution
wns passo'l loi bidding any indo
pondeiit company making offortri
o enter the fiold of another indo
pcudoul company. The convention
voted for oxpuUinn of such offend
ing t'ompanioa from the association.
Tho growl h of tho independent
movement was shown in tho report
of John A. Harney of Cleveland,
assistant so'rrlnry, It was shown
Unit tho asociatiop, which hnd
7,000 members n year ago, has n
present mon'iborf.hip of fl 0,0411 . Tho
membership includes, cgrppanirw ju.
every Canadian provinco, in MexU
Co, Cuba and Porto Hlco,
rt'y, ' , xt .
Will. ill I I
Orchard swore that he tried to
I: II Supicine Court Justice Clod
ilard, who drclnred the 8 hour law
unconstitutional, nt Haywood's or
ders. Later he went to Canyon City
lo again try to kill Pcabody, who
had retired trom olllce. Ho said
l.c made the tup mi the joint orders
of Jloycr, Ilnjwoud and l'cttibonc.
Orchnrl ?".voic he had n plumber
make his b'g lead bomb, ft was
loaded In the basement of I'cttl.
bone's stoic, Peltibone helping. It
wns tin have been set off by n small
dock. They didn't have a chance
to iplnnt the bomb, so he left it in
n boaiding house. The bomb was
unloaded and produced in court.
Havwood la.ined forward to look at
Pennsylvania Selects Him
for President and Opens
Fight on Penrose.
irarrlshurff, I'a , Juno G. Tho
republican state convention, . today,
ontlorsol Senator Knox, formerly at
torney general, aa Pennsylvania's
uandldDto for president ind pledged
hlm tho otato'a support. Stafo rep.
rosejitaUvo Sheatx was 'lionitnnted for
ptnto treasurer, Shea.13 wis opjiosed
by SeiAitor Pcirroto nml this action Is
nuppowd to ho Hie first gnu of fight
to diivo Penrose from Hie honntii.
Abandoned Well Gives up
the Corpse of a Woman
Who was Murdered
rTJ I j
Minneapolis, Minn., .lime 0.
The body of Mr. Ciitherino Mc
t'nrt, who lived at 3201 Franklin
avenue, East, in M'1ineaolis, and
who luir. bi'i'i nii-ing since May 2-1,
has been foind by detectives in an
abandoned well on the farm of
George Katelbaeh, -i brother-in-law
pf the dead woman, a few miles out
pf the city. Tho woman's head had
I. ten erus'icd by a blunt instru
ihOiit. The body was pnitly clothed.
Moon alter tho woman nappcnr-
if? ' imH. ..Tli i ymSfrShfy Hius r U'jRi 7tff$4AJWYti. m )UK
.".VM.IHV U. .. - "- i
ed lnMbn.'1' nave out a statement
tint ihnK'Piiuii came to his house
(.11 MnyjK'l and left for her I arm
iibout wj miles nway. Ocoigo
nsh. iwjfi works on Mrs. McCtut's
fin-in, soul 'u had not been there.
Tin li KSfii'mh ald the woman had
piobabfyA ocmi devouied by the
infested thai locality.
s lioue, in which lie
had hnrcicndtu himself, wiis sur
rounded Tn oilucrs Inst night, but
hi' mumijrwl td eenpe.
fli'OiiaDplilbiich has made whnt
puiipoilj; "To hi ii written confession
oi I lie KiTihg of .Mrs. McCart. to
his brotjjfh'Jn-liiw, Henry Clasen,
nailing fife Idler at Delano. In this
letter "u Slid he was ci nlemplating
letter Kntelbach clnjiiH
'art bejtaed him to kill
II hini'-elf, and that ho
road to bell. Tho -no-
as on I
nee ut'iit'VG .uie coiiiession is n
. .. v .,
lo IhiwSslicin "ir I he I rack.
USED ARSENIC INSTEAD
$L 0? BAKING POWDER
Vilk(Kljffrr Pa.. June (5. Olio
man ic deji-l, a child will die, and
several otltjrr children are in it se
r.oii condition ui Hio laim of John
Montgomery i.i Trii'dtsvilln as the
The hoiSweeper, a Mrs. Kelly,
nlislook niipbiti for baking powder
mid placed ii iii.inlity in the pies
he wn biknif..
Lovers Who were Kept Apart
by a Will, for Twenty
Years are Wedded.
lfrti('er,'C)ii??r.lhiiV C. Aft?r hav
"VlT I (
ing Uen wnRaged for over 20 years
to lb') girl he lovbd, but not permit
ted t marry htr on necoi...t of tho
provisions oC tho win jt,u -by lur
mother .Toriah Rutlldge, Superintend
ent oil the Colorado Telephone Co1-
pany, Inst ntgnt, ciaimcu as jus onus
.Miss ratlierlno Qulnn, a society w
mau or i.u .luntn, wlio ts well knowi
tliroir. hout Colorado.
Mihr. Qutnii will ho $80,000 rlche'
as lie- result of Jier long wait. When
Mrs. Qulnn, mother of the hrlde-to-lic.
died. '11 years' oko. Iter will wis
found to contain a clause to tho ef-
fttt tl at If tho young woman, wh.
waatlfn engaged to Hutlldgo In
Itockfird, Ohio, remained single and
oare.l for her baby brother, Gerald,
until he iKwamo of ngo, she wouM
lccclvc- $80,000 from tho estate.
Itutlldge, who was successful ns ap
electriinl engineer nt tho timo, sug
gested that they should marry and
together talio care of the child, but
the girl was true to what her moth
er wiifced. During 2C years of wnlt
livg the couple have lived near ona
Two weeks ngq Gerald Qulnn arret
ed Hi. the age ot 21, nnd his alsier
and fcutlldge decided to bo married
. . lsmtUfrisBted
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hi i iiii.ih.im i m m .. .will II ll,. i. n HI. .ii in . i i, i ,. win i I
'f '.' "l ' t r
ti -Hintsll In Wathlngton Poit,
KING OSCAU AGAIN
ASCENDS HIS THROWN
I alt. Is so
Itino C KIiir Oscar'a
r iinbrovctl that lio
1 i.s ic-. FBimied the rolns of ruvctii.
meiu which h'j rcllnitlhetl Dec. It
tflOO, when ho appointed Prince Gus
tavo, the crown prince, to act as
Kliu Oscnr nml Queen Sophia will
celeb ftp their golden wedding (to
Mob Attacks the Station at
at Kaihsien on the
Txnulon, Juno r,. A despatch from
Shaim Hal, Cl.ina, say.s tho mission
ftatliint KtilliBlen, Ju the proving?
of Sz Cuait, -.lmost on tho border
of Thll et, haa heeu ilestroyed liy .i
So7crni mlsslonaiica nro reported
killed or Injured, 4mti tlio point is so
remote itliat It is difficult to jjot
RAILROAD STALION IS
DYNAMITED AND ROBBED
Sycamore, Ohio, dune (I. Tlio of
I'cc of the Toledo & Ohio Central
n.ilio.'id here was blown by burglars
I, .-i niulii. 'i he anioiiiit taken is
IlllfllliU II .
This is the Order of President
Roosevelt to All Civil
Wnbrmgtoii, Juno 0. H'Jio rules
of the civil service commission hae
I. con so nmonded as to prohibit, all
person, in tho classified civil servhe
from tokifg tin active part in poli
tical campaigns. Tho amendment
as trtdo throush tin o.xecutivo order
:ssu"l hy tho preelJent and Is as
"Persons wh.) by tho provisions ot
Miese rules are hi (the competitive
ciasslf.ed service while retaining
the rlfht rto vote as thoy pleaso and
lo exprtsg prhutely their opinions
on all political subjects, shall tuko
no active part in political manage
ment, or In political campaigns. "
Tho addition wns made on the rec.
omnnmlntloii ot tho commission nnd
fit is the result of mumerous com
plain' i which have reached tho bur
eau f.-om time to timo from various
arts of the country.
YELLOW JOURNALS f
CLAMOUR FOR WAR
Japanese Editors Demand an
States and Want'to Bombard San Francisco if
Uncle Sam Does not Bend the Knee.
Woiliing on, Juno 0. The Jnp
rneso press lin assumed a' wildly
belligerent attitude toward tho Tin
ted States) i ,1 account of tho re
cent mobbing of Jnnpancso plates
of busineiS in Snn Krnnoisco. Ae
i or ling to n cablegram from Tokio.
I in lendintr dnil'ien of the .lapanese
capital tod iy unite in the demand
that the pil'iie in 'lister scenic a
public npdv anil indemnity from
The Senior Senator Denies That John R. Malloy and Taft'
Editor Brother Have Made Peace and Come to an
Understanding About Ohio's Preference.
Washington, I). (, Juno (i.
The report that John Malloy had
patched peace between Charles J'.
Tall mil the Ohio seualorH is de
nied by Senator I'ortiher.
"1 ileelino to d'beuss tho telegram
from Cincinnati aunoiiiiuiug that
Mr. Malloy, representing Sonator
Dick and myself, has had nn inter
view with Mr. Charles 1 Tnft. and'
ntbeif nt Cincinnati, with tho ie
suit I ha I. Mr. Tnft hn graciously
consented lo let 'bygon'rw bo by
ynne,' I'le.. and so on for qunnll
l." aid Mr. l-'iraker. "No such
mien lew lies been I ad either with
ii.y knowledge or apprtal. That !
PLANS TO CHECK
Clerk Doty Plans to Have the Legislature Recess During
the Closing Days in Order That Lobbyists Cannot
Have so Good a Show No Bills to be Intro
duced After the Recess.
Clevclaml, Juno C K. W. Doty,
clerk cf ithe Ohio house of iepre
icnt.it m ilia3 bonie Innovations to
put into effee; during tho next tes
Perhaps tho most Important is to
havo the legislature recess for two
weckb iluritiK tho closing days ot fu
ture stssions. It Is during tlio elos
It.K d,-ys of i-ftch legislative session,
when hundreds of hills nro piled up
for hotty consideration, that objoc.
tlomih'c and fruity laws nro enacted.
It is during this period also thnt
profestlonal lobbyists accomplish
.iiuch of their crooked work.
Dm;.- will ir.k tho legislature to rc
itss for two wcelis. so that every
hill no. yet disponed of can ho gono
over with microscopic care. Particu
lar nttfiitlon will bo ipald hy tho
.'lorUo of 'IxHh tho senate and Iioubo
PLAINTIFF WAS ONLY
BollofontaMie, Ohio, duno 0.
Cuo of tho most oxlrnord'inary cases
nor tried in the Logan county
ci.-irt- was loai of Charles M. Clay
ngniust lli-i Uig Foil.-, just ended.
Clay sued tho company for $20,
000 dniuagcf for tho los of an arm.
lie was lhs only witness Icslify
iug. Allonuyt, for the company ro
fused l cro-,s.exnmino and moved
the caso bo taken from ruo jury.
The motion was overruled by .ludge
Uioderick and tho jury leturned a
ordict for Iho phvintitf for .JfiOOO.
WOMAN WHO TOOK STUMP
FOR BRYAN IS DEAD
l.nf yettc, Ind.. Juno C.-Olrs. Ho'-
en M Oougnr, ngeil C5, a noted lccJ
turor and writer dropped dead this
morning ot heart troublo. Mn.
Oougnr look tho stump for Bryan ic
BKIOE TWO OBNTfl
Apology From the United
I he I'nited Inte.s. In case of ro
funl. they demand the bombard
ment of Hn i l'Vnncisco.
Secretary ilnmihara of tho Jnpntv-,
roe embassy snvs: "If reK)i'ls aro
correct, the incident is without im
portance." Thero is yellow journal
ism in Japan as well as in the I'ni
ted Slates. ("Ininors ot ueh news-
npers do mil rcflcc! I lip views of
tie yovevnim III aid will linvo no
(llni in si'i,i, ng Jniinu's coiii'so."
all I hnve to say on that point. '
"Ax to '.he other telegiam lrom
Akron, thnt Senator Dick Inut closed
u the 1'oriUer headquarters, I did
not know mill 1 lead tho telegram
thnt I ever bnd any headipiarterH
in Akron ,ir any other place.
" Wlui t Senator Dick mnv hnvo
dntio or may not havo done I do not
know; but ho has not established
any liendiii.utors to my knowledge;
neither has ho closed ity. In other
wont, both of these telegrams nro
without nn.-' foundation in fact.
They aro simply so much campaign
li I era I uret doubt less emanating from
a well orirnnirrd nml nhlv coii-
ilm led lueiiin- bureau.'
to any mlB'akes in pending legisla
tion, intenUonnl or otherwise. With
the bills all in shupo for Intelligent
conshl'iatloti tho legislators will re.
n-semblo nnd completo tlio work of
tho session. Mr. Doty is ot the opin
ion that iho adoption of this plan will
I rove of great benefit to tho statoC
Th legislature will 1k aslicd 'to
adopt o resolution In this connection,
n akin-,' it Impossible to lntroduco any
ew Uglslatloi following tho recess.
It Is now 1)ollecd tho assembly will
hnvo to bo in session for moro than
'our or five days following tho two
veok'b vacation. Tho plans ot Doty
..ropineU largely nt the men who
nre li'icd to pecure defective legisla
Poly as well as his assistants in
the eW ill's off "co lias visited u. num
I or of state legislators during tho
I'.ist w 'liter an i spring.
T .11 V. I
Government Will '. 'Iitute
Proceedings "Within the
Next Two Weeks
Washlngltin, Juno C .Tbo Gov.
O' nmuitt 'Will probably bring its suit
aguliiBi tho ' antliraalta coal carrylug
railroad trust, within two weeks. It
will ho charged that tho Philadelphia
and Heading, Delnwaro Lnckawun;r
and Westorn, Central Italtrond cf
Now Jereoy, Now York, Busquehant
and Nwlern, Rrlo.nnd Lohlgli Vnlln?
rallnvds have been purties to na
ugrecment in rostraint ot trade In
violation of the iShorman antil-tjnjJ
laNv nml have combined to keep U3
tho price of hnrd coal,