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FIFTY-SIXTH YEAH. NO. 217.
THE ARGUS, THURSDAY, JUNE 27. 1007.
PRICE TWO CENTS.
LIGHT GIVEN ON ATTEMPT iMUST give notice CHARACTER
OF "UNION" TO WRECK TRAIN
Engineer Tells of Inci
dent Miners Were
DETECTIVE PLANNED IT
Witnesses for Haywood Con
tinue to Dispute in Toto
lkiise, June 27 When V. F. Davis
was recalled to the stand on tho opi n
ing of the Haywood case this morning.
Senator Borah tok him ove r the peri
od he spent in hiding in the Hercules
mine after the Hunker Hill explosion.
He said Paulson and another man were
there. He could not identify the otlr-r
man. Orchard said ho was at the Her
cules at this time. Davis was unable
to recall Orchard as one ot the three
Stlk to Mory,
Bringing the witness down fron
Cripple Creek, Senator Borah sought
to show that whereas the witness had
testified yesterday the Cripple Civ.'a
district was as e'uii't as Poise lufo'v
the troops came, there was a reign !
lawlessness. Pais insisted the dis
trict was quiet and declared he wvs
willing to stand on his previous stat"
inelit. He admitted, however, he kne v
some nonunion men were being lieate.i.
orkeil ilh Mm.
Porah wanted to know if the
strike committee, did not have to
rpend most of its time preventing men
from going hack. Davis said it re
quired some work to keep the nun Ui
line for the mine owners had f.e-cret
agents at work and all the time were
trying to misrepresent things to the
miners. Davis admitted talking 'i:h
F. J. Campbell. re-presi'titative' of the
Vindicator mine with leganl to the
United States Insists on An
nouncement of Bombardment
of Towns on Seacoast
15th of November when Uie train
reached Victor on the next trip. Scott
on! Stealing were there, and they to'd
me uiey nave none it. l sani, wnat:
'They re-noved a rail at the identical
point you thought they would.' Scott
and Sterling said they saw the men at
work. When we struck the curve, wo
cot out and walked ahead, and there
nine or ten rptkes iiait heen taken irom
the rail. It was still in place, how
Ulliit'SN All Afternoon.
Poise. Idaho. June L'7 William F.
Davis of Coldficld. Xev.. one of the
nw.i-t im,.rt mt witness.. for th. .to-' "omi-aniinont liy a
fense oi Haywood, was called to tho , union Hied and undefended towns. Such
stand at noon yesterday, and his cross 'towns, villages or buildings are liable
examination had not been complete 1 to damage incidental to the destruction
when court adjourned in the evenin";. ,f military or naval establishments,
OichanI testified that Davis led an I ' public depots or munitions of war or
IN HAGUE PROPOSITION
Not Permitted for Non-Payment of
Ransom Hospital Ships Held
Exempt from Capture.
The Hague. June 27. The text of th.;
American proposition presented to the
peace conference June 21 by Genera:
i Porter is as follows:
Bombardment bv a naval force 1
commanded the mob that destroyed tho
Pimker Hill and Sullivan mill in ISii'J,
inspired, as tile agent of Haywood and.
Mover, the Vindicator explosion and
train-wreckins plot at Cripple Creek,
and was an accomplice in tho Indepen
dence station crime.
Weep on Stnml.
Davis went over the story of his
working life, including the patheti"
story of the death of his wife and babe
at Cripple Creek, at which he wept and
made positive denial of every state
ment oi Orchard that involved him
his assistants in any form of crime. He
denied that ho was even a member of
the union when the Punkor Hill and
Sullivan mine was blown up. and at
the conclusion of his general story
swore that at Clippie Creek during the
strike Orchard told him of the Hercules
mine affair and threatened to kill i'tou-nenbci'g.
vessels of war in port, and such towns.
i.villages or buildings are liable to bom
bardment whin leasonablo requisitions
for piovisions and supplies at the time
essential to the naval force, are with
held, in which case due notice of the
bombardment must lie given. Bonihnre!
meiit of unfortified towns and places
for non-payment of random is forbid
den." I'xeiillt liosiil:il MiitN.
The Gorman proposition for adopt
ing the Keil Cross convention to naval
or i warfare which was presented June 21
says hospital ships cannot be capture:!,
not being considered as warships.
The proposal presented by tho Brit
ish delegates provides for the estab
lishment of an international permanent
court ot appeals in reg.inl to priz
captured at sea. A neutral power may
appeal to this court from the finding
of a prize court.
GRAFT THE ISSUE
Declares Democratic Platform
Adopted at Pennsylvania
STATE HOUSE AS AN INSTANCE
proposed resumption of work ther
with nonunion men.
"Did not you tell Campbell if he in
Fisted on opening up something would
happen to the property."
Men Were S-itlNfletl.
Davis declared no unusual condi
tions existed in the mineis" corven'iii
at Denver at the time of the Vindica
tor explosion. Orchard testitied thai
at the time of the Vindicator ( xp!-
sion, Haywood said he was havin.?
some difficulty in keeping the men ..
gether and something ought to be
"pulled oft". After the Denver con
vention Davis did not go back bur
changed his name and went to Chey
enne and eventually to Goldli.ld. Nov..,
where he resumed his right name.
liil It to Work.
One reason Davis said he chang a
his name was in order to get work.
He hail also seen in the papers that
the authorities wore looking for him
vnd many others, lie had been arrest
ed many times.
I , Enl trout F.xmuluntlon.
This mded the cross examination,
and Darrow took up 'he redirect. He
took up the troubles at Cripple Creek
before and after the troops were sent
in. Davis said, aside from an assault
on old man Stuart, the beating up of n
justice of the peace, and killing of wo
men, there were no extraordinary dis
turbances. After the troops came in.
however, there was much trouble be
cause, he said, the "governor of Col
orado turned thugs out of the peniten
tiary and sent them into the district."
Knitlneer TelU Story.
W. V. Hush of Denver was the next
witness. Hush was engineer on the
train which tilt? Western Federation of
Miners' officials claim an attempt was
made to wreck in order to put the
blame on the union. Hush said today
there were two attempts. As to the
first, he knew nothing, mil as to the
second, he received information.
"Who from?" asked Darrow.
"D. C. Scott, chief of detectives.
Scott told me on the night of Nov. 11.
V.I03, to be very careful in running that
night as another attempt would be
n.n.it. to wri-ck the train. Ho said they
would attempt to throw the train into from voting
the ditch near the overhead crossing. I
said I did not think they could throw
me there, because you see the place
Ankeil of Other l'lnce.
"Scott then asked me it I knew any
other good place to wreck a train along
there. I said it might be done at the
second left-hand curve cast of the over
head crossing. Scott repeated the lo
cation after me. On the trip to Bull
Hill that night, Scott got on 'he train
and told me to stop near the second
left hand curve. I did so, and two men
dropped off the rear end of the train.
Splkea Taken Out.
"It was early the morniug of the
Not to Be Led Astray by Premature
Endorsement of Any Candidate
U. Barnes, Minneapolis Banker, Said
to be $13,000 Short Books Are
Off Some $150,000.
Harrishurrr, Pa., Juno 27. John G.
I Lit man of Columbia county was nom
inated for state treasurer by today s
democratic state convention.
Stil.NdiiH'.' of l'lut form.
Harrisburg. Pa., June 27. The plat
form is devoted entirely to slate issuer,
revelations of the legislative commis
sion which is investigating the expen
diture of ?!UHin.(iim in furnishing the
state capitol forming a feature of tho
document. It challenges tho wisdom of
continuing republican rule in Pennsyl
vania, declares the dominant issue be
fore the people of the commonwealth to
bo win tin r 'dishonesty in public plates
shall cease or continue; whether grafi
shall be sustained or relinked and pun
ished." iioiM'Mty In il.-il.
"Believing this to bo the vital ques
tion in this state, it savs, we are not
to be led astray by perfunctory en
dorsement ol anv candidate for tiresi-
ent in P'tis, or a declamatory lauda
tion of tlie present incumbent of that
Regarding the control of trusts and
other combinations, the plaiform favor.;
' the most rigid regulation of trusts and
combinations that wisdom can devise
under laws of universal applioatiwn and
Minneapolis, Minn.. June 27. J. 1.
Parties, president of the defe.net Min
nesota Title Insuiance and Trust com
pany, was arrested Wednesday on a
warrant sworn out by Assistant Coun
ty Attorney Pernha.geii. He is oharg m!
with embezzling JLl.uoO funds of th.-
company of which ho was president.
There is said to be a shortage ot
$!."tMiuti on the books or the company.
Judge Refuses to Admit
IN THE VIRGINIA CASE
Ruling Similar to That in Thaw
Case Lessens Prospects
STILL CONFIDENT STANDARD OIL LEADERS
Striking Telegraphers Say They
Expect to Ultimately Win
SERVICE IS BADLY CRIPPLED
Officers of Companies at Frisco, on
Other Hand, Profess to Have Sit
uation Well in Hand.
THREE CONVICTS ARE HANGED
HOUSE OF LORDS IS HIT
Commons, by a Vote of 432 to 147.
London, Juno 27. The three days' ele
bate in thp house of commons ended a:
midnight, when Premier Campbell-Pan
Herman's resolution in favor of curtail
ing trie power of the House ot lords ni
vetoing bills passed in tho house of
commons, was carried by V,2 to 147
amid loud ministerial cheers. Til
amendment introduced by A. Henib"
son. laborite, for a total abolition of
the house of lords was previously re
jected by "15 to 1 10, the minority b-'-ing
composed of laborites, nationalists,
and a few radicals. In this divisi vi
the unionists, as a body, abstained
Murderers of Prison Guard in Attempt
to Escape Pay Penalty.
Jefferson City. June 'J7. Harry
Vaughan. Edward Raymond. and
George Ryan, convicts front the peni
tentiary, were hanged m the county
jail this morning for killing Prison
CJuard John Clay during a conce rted at
tempt to escape from tin' penitentiary.
Houston Va., June 27. In the Lov
ing mnruer trial touav Juugc Parks-
iale rendered an opinion as to the !.!-
mi.-.siblnty ol ti;e evidence bv the nr.ii-
ecutuin tending to disprove me stem
told bv Elizabeth Loving te. iter talhcr
of her ruin at the hands of Theodore
Estos. The judge ruled that the char
acter of the girl or the man who was
killed is not the issue and the truth or
falsify of her story had no bearing on
The evidence will not ie submit ted.
Houston, Ya., June 27. Interest, in
the tiial of Judge Loving for the kill
ing of Theodore Kstes lagged yester-
dav. Tho feature s we re the closing of
the case ol tho eleteiisi'. alter the ex
amination ef three' witnesses for the
pnrpos of proving that Judge' Loving
was insane at tin- linn of the shooting,
and Use' first pri'seina' ion by the' at
torneys for the prosecution eif what
they inte nil to prove ir certain witness
es are allowed to testify.
The plea of tho defense is that tin?
mind ef .judge Loving had. after years
of dissipation, become so impaired that
when he he arii the story of his daugh
ter. .Miss Elizabeth Loving, that she
had be en elniggod and inis.ieated, he
A llnril llrlnk.-r.
Sheriff J. P. Pearei of Amherst, coun
ty, who has known Judge Loving for
years, testified ns to the de-fondant be
ing an oxevs.-ive drinker. The witni'ss
said Loving's dissipation had complete
ly changed his disposition, and that
before be' s'arie'd drinking he1 was pleas
ant and agie'iable. though in later
ye ars ho had become unieasona'ide and
Mr. Harrison of Amherst, formerly r.
lawyer, testified along the same line' as
Sheriff Poind as tee tile excessive drink
ing anil the' change it had brought on
Loving. The witness dielaie'd that
worshiped his daughter.
San Francisco, Juno 27. A hopeful
fentiment prevails at the headquarter
eif the striking commercial telegraphers
and in the rank and file- of the union,
as well as in the executive officers, who
are unanimous in declaring full faith
in ultimate victory. The men assert
the telegraph companies are still bael-
ly oiippie'il. and that every niake'shi1;
is being adopted lei care' for the most
impel taut business, and that hundred
of message's are piling up daily at the
More iill.-il Out.
Rumors are current about the' strik
e'rs' heaelipiarters that the' telegraphers
in Chicago and other largo cities are
tei be' called out. but this is positively
ele-nied by President Small.
Small reiterates his former state--me
nts that it is the" desire eif the tiniein
eillie ials to prevent a ge'ni'ral strike-, but
that if it is fonnil necessary tei call eiut
the' men at other peiints, ne hint eif
such intention weiuld be given until the
oide't- calling the men out is actual v
t.lvo IlitlVrcnl itmIou.
Officials of the; Western Ciiion and
Postal companies claim work has been
caught up with, that there is no delay
in getting their business on the wires,
and that ihey are taking more opera
ten s on very day and are suffering no
set ions discomfort on account of the?
ARE SUMMONED TO APPEAR
the government by prematurely d:
vulging the' department's information
concerning the cotton crop, teied; the
stand yesterday in his own defense. IP'
testifie-el that he never had any ad
vance information concerning the -
peirts from the f'ndd and that he had
neither given out information pr-.--ions
te official publication or agree-d te
do so. He centraiiictd Van Ripe.'
stateme.'iit that he hail signalled the
attituele of the report by adjusting a
window shade in the statistician's
loom according to a prearranged pla-i.
HEADS OF A GANG
Believed That Chism Brothers
Held Here Are theOnes Who
Did Other Jobs in State.
EVIDENCE BEING GATHERED
Postoffice Inspectors Investigating
Cases at the Three Villages in
Race May Be Prevented.
New London. Conn.. June 27. A
strong northwest mveze meeting the
incoming tide em the Thame's rive-r
caused a peistpouement ef the rowing
rai t s until aftei tieion. but it is regardo!
as donbtlul n tin' river wi.i no quiet.
enough then for any race.
dales Ferry. Conn., Juno 27. Ref
rees have just announced the varsity
rae'e- is postponed until evening em ac
count eif rough water.
sense- corroborated his opinion based
em the hypothetical question.
Here the defense rested.
The- state called Miss Annie Kidd and
prccipitatcel an argument over the ad
missibility ejf her testimony.
FITZ MATCHED TO
Lanky Bob Signs to Meet Colored Cham
pion at Philadelphia for Six
Rounds July 10.
i'jilN I.oIiiu'm Mhiil I lit:iNitl.
Pr. Charh's L. Emmons, a brain spe
cialist of Washington. 1. C, said that
whisky cause'd a large percentage eif
the cases of insanity.
After a long argument over tlv
phraseology of a hypothetical question.
Dr. Emmons testified that Judge Lov
ing's act was that of a "elise aseel mind.'
The witness said that P days ago he
made a physical examinatiem of Judge
Inning, which he state-d cortainlv in i
New York, Juno 27. Jack Johnson.
the colore-d he avy weight champion, af
ter be ing turiieil down by all the pres
ent heavy weight fighters, has finally
ge; on a match. He was matched yes
te rday tej ine'e't Hob Fitzsimmons, the
ex-heavy weight champion, in a six
leniiHl bout at a special boxing show tj
be given by the Washington Sporting
club of Philadelphia Wednesday even
ing. July in. According to the' articles
ot agreement the men will battle fen
In per cent of the gross receipts, of
which each fighter will receive per
ce'tit. Kitzsimmons is in town and loeeks
the picture eif he'alth. He eleclares he
is training every day at his farm in
New Jersey nd is in conelitiem te enter
the ring tit a liniment's notice. John
son will begin training for the bout
within a few da vs.
Rockefeller, Rogers and
IN THE FEDERAL COURT
Judge Humphrey Wants Infor
mation From New Jersey and
DISTINGUISHED FOREIGNERS MEET
AS GUESTS OF PRESIDENT AT LUNGH
Oyster Pay. June 27. A distinguish
eel luncheon parly assembleel at Saga
more Hill tetelay, the1 guests of Prest
elent Uoosevelt. Sir Che-ntiing Liang
Cheng, retiring Chinese minister, took
advantages of this opportunity to say
his farewell to the' presiele'nt before
Tho Norwegian minister at Washing
ton anil Admiral Dahl of the Norwegian
cruiser Haaifagere' came' deiwn to Oys
ter Pay as guests of Secretary of the
Navy Metcalf em tin- gunboat Yankton,
and all three were the president's lunch
con guests. Oihe'is in the' luncheon
party we're Captain Kichard Wain-
wriglit ot tlte naval ge'iieral iioarel. l ap-
tain W. W. We'therspeion, John Poyle
the sculptor, ami P. F. Osborn and Er
nest Ingerseill, authors.
THREE DIE IN A TORNADO
Property Valued at $250,000 Swept
Away in Indian Territory.
Sapula. I. T., Jun e27. Three Hm
ho known to have be 'en lost and dati
ige to the amount of fully $2ru,(ii)u
wrought by tornadei which swept over
the' oil lieh'is. thre e mile's south ef her",
yesterday. Jedin Redier. a derrick ma.i.
was killed by falling timber. Two oth
er me'ii, whose names could nut b
earne'd, were instantly killed by tho
blowing down of derricks. One combi
nation gas anil oil we'll was struck bv
lightning and up te) late last night th.-
fire was nett timler control. The path
of the storm was net extensive, but
everything therein was comnlet'dv
KNOWING WHAT TO EAT PUT ABOVE
CULTURE BY NOTED ENGLISH DOCTOR
CORPSE FOUND IN CISTERN
Decomposed Body of Franklin County,
III., Man Shows Crushed Skull.
Pentem. 111.. June 27. The decom
posed body of Thomas Pritcharel, mi le
examiner at the D. C. Keller coal niin-
was foiiiul yesterday in a cistern be
hind an old saloem building in Sesser,
a village in Franklin county, locat-'d
on the new extension of the Purling
ton road. Pritcharel had been missing
since' June S. The' skull was found
crushed and the neck broken. Pritch-
anl's widow and five daughters live
lndein. June 27. A gathering of
pn at deictors under the presidency of
the lord mayor yesterday urged upon a
fashionably dressed audience at t!v?
Mansion house the' advisability of sim
ple diet fer the rich and poor.
So far as the rich are concerned, th"
existing 211 different kinds of soup
and fi"0 ways eif dressing a chicken
were referred to scornfully, while in
the case of the peior. the ir unintention
ally extravagant choice of improp
er food was illustrateel by showing
that they sometimes spe-nt 7 pence fo
foenl. the equivalent of which could In
bought for 4 pence.
Sir James Crichton-Rrowne, whene
authority is great in almost evtrv
branch of pathology ami hygien
ma.ntained that wage earners sper.t
1 far too much for food.
Of the miliums who verge on starvo
tion. many are so be-cause the-v elo noi
make the best use of their resources
If is necessary, he said, to educaro
tho poor to regard re ally cheap foo-.i
ami t.i teach them how to make it p.i
latable and to serve it elaintily. Feed
ing, he saiel, was better than eduea
tion. He deplored the disuse of oa:
meai in -ngiaiiu. asserting mat -l
small piate t iwirnuge was equal in
proteid value to two thick slices froir
a four pound loaf.
Ho conte'iided the rich would great
ly benefit their health by treating their
viands more simply. The habit In
private life seemed to favor Kick
shaws, he said, and added contemptu
ously that the; patent, saucer, now aro
only seconel in popularity to patent
Karl and Hoy Chism. who were
brought hiTe' from Clinton by Inspector
C. L. Patterson of the- postoffice de
partment, are being held lure at the
police' station while the inspector is
making an examination eif the place's
ledihoel at Ceial Valley, lleynedds. am!
Taylor Ridge, for the pmpose of se'Ciil-
mg ovule-nee against the young men.
whei have eonlesse-d to the- robbe'rv of
the? posteillie'e's at the throe places. In
spector Patterson was at Coal Valley
yesterday, anil there1 soenre'd e-vidence
etf a circumstantial character, and ceni-
ferred with Postmaster T. J. Murphy.
Mr. Patterson loiind that a chisel
which he se'etm d from the' boys exactly
fitte d fne' markings em the- entrance's at
the depot anel the' postotlice-s.
1'uelK-r in .lolia-t.
Merrier Chism. tho father of the' two
men held he -re. is lining time at the Jo
lic't penitentiary for the murder of his
wife. In the1 brothers the posteiflioe au
thorities bedii've they have the hcaeis of
the gang which has been pcrpctratin
numereius safeblowing jobs in central
Illinois for a year. The jedis have in
every case seemed to bo done by the
same gang, anil though evidently the
work eif inexperienced cracksmen, the
robbe rs have' here tofore made g.eid .nd
escape 'il with the1 booty. In addition to
the three peistoilico jobs in this county
and the various store robberies in the
villages, the men are believed to have
done tho jobs at Trivedi. Ellisville'.
Washington. Yates City. Tremont. Chi!
licothc. Hanna City, and other central
Tlir IHIiprN ArrrHlil.
Three either brothers are believed to
have had a part in the work, and they
are he-Id at Pe-nver, Coi. When ar
reste'il at Clinton the young men we're
irmeel with magazine revolvers, and
had on their pc-rsons nTwmt ?50 weirth
eif stamps. Kail, the younger of tho
two brothers, confessed after a sweat
The men are cemfinod in tho police
station here pending the return of the
postoffice inspectors, who turned them
over tei the authorities he-re feir safe
keeping while evide'iice was sought
The men will be taken to Peoria either
tonight or tomorrow by the federal officers.
COMPLAIN OF SHERMAN
LAW AND RAP DENEEN
Druggists Say Present Court Decisions
Leave Them at Mercy of the
LUCKY AT LAND DRAWING
Missouri and Iowa Men Get First
Claims in Irrigated Tract.
Hillings, Mont., June 27. The for
mal opening of the first complete tra.M
ef irrigated lane finished bv the re
clamation service of the national gov
ernment, took place yesterday. Secre
tary of the Interior James Garfield,
and other prominent government offk'
ials were present. Among the first
persons whose names were drawn are:
A. Chat wick. K:rksville, Mo.: William
Clark. Wilmont, Neb.; J. II. Jarvis,
Atkins. Iowa; Frank S. Baker, Buf
falo, N. D. ; J. F. Kerfewt, Ottumw."
Iowa; Alva E. Malcoin, What Cheer,
Galesbnrg, Jutre 27. The Illinois
Phaiamceutical association yesterday
passed a resolution asking congress
to amend the Sherman anti-trust ia.vl
as tei permit reasonable trade agre
me'iits. on tho gtemnd that, under pre-,-ent
cenirt decisions, any seirt of combi
nation of small dealers to protect
themselves against the illegitimate
competition of great aggregatiem of
capital is impossible.
After a warm discussion the conven
tion elefeateel a rosedution censurin.'
Governor Doneen fer ignoring the rec-
oimnendation or the association cem-.
corning candidates for the state boarl
of pharmacy, but re'cemunended thr?e
names to the coiisieleration of the governor.
Among the officers elected are:
President, John F. Bolhm. Chicago;
secretary. V. B. Pay, Chicago; tre-i-i-urer.
George C. Partels, Camp Point.
Peoria gets the next meeting.
HOLMES MAKES A DENIAL
Declares He Never Tipped Off Cotton
Washington, June 27. E. S. Holme.-,
Chicago, June 27. Subpoenas were
issued toelay in the United Stales dis
trict court for officers of the Standard
Oil oemipanv of New Jersey.
SuhpiM-nas also were issueel for the
Standard Oil company of Indiana.
ItH'kt-r-llT in l.lxl.
The officials of the New Jersey com
pany are: Jedin 1). Rockefeller, Wil
liam Rockefeller, John I). Archbold,
He nry 11. Rogers, W. H. Titfor, C. m.
Piatt, William P. Howe, and Charles
T. White. Officials of the Indiana con
cern are J. A. Mowett. . P. Cowan,
!. W. L. Stalil.
Allon Mli-liil Called I Min.
H. E. Feltem. president of the Union
Tank line and F. A. Van, former gen
eral freight agent eif the Alton railroad,
have also been served with subpoenas.
Itexiilt of Itrtirent.
The issuance of subpoenas was the
elireot result of the refusal of the attor
neys fur thi Standard company yester
day tei supply Juelge Landis with the in
formation he requested regarding the
financial condition of the company.
The attorneys declared Information
shuiild have been sought at the time of
the tiial, anel declared the request of
the judge was unwarranted.
InlrmtM fn Il.ivr It.
The judge replied he was entitled to
the information and intended to have
it, and directed the district attorney to
pre pare subpeionas for such officials of
tae standard company of Indiana, or
feir any edlicors controlling the corpor
ation of the Standard Oil company who
might, in the opinion of the district at
toi ne y, have information desired by the
Ills; l ine I'OHMlhle.
The Standanl company was indicted
in tlie- toiieral court on the charge of
using illegal freight rates tendered to
it by the Alton reiad, and after a long
trial, found guilty on 1.1fi2 counts of
the inelictment. A maximum fine of
$2i.mu js allowed on each count of the
indictment, making a total possible fine
against the company of S29.240.OoO.
GILBERT GRAVES SOLOIST
Appears With Petersen's Band in Con
cert at Watch Tower Tomorrow.
Following io the program tei be ren-
dere'd tennorreiw by Petersen's band at
ihe Watch Tower:
March. "Shoulder Straps" Van Alstyne
Overture. "Guy Mannering" ...Bishop
Selection from the opera "Maiel
Marian" De Woven
Spanish serenade, "Sonora". Wendrich
Waltzes from "The Serenade"
Indian song, "Napane'e" Williams
Valsc Helene Worry Mills
Excerpts fro "The Strollers"
Intermezzo "Fairy Queen". . .Wendrich
Melodies from "The Maid anel the
March, "The Minute Man" Asher
Oveture. "Raymond" Thomas
Select iein from "The Beihemian Girl"
Danse- eli-s Sultans Danie's
Waltz. "Adlyn" Hail
Grand selection from "The Hugue
Soh feir bass "At the Turn Key"...
March, "The Diphmiat" (new).. Soma
Grand American Fantasie ....llerbe-t
BUTTE MAIL CARRIERS QUIT
RAYBURN IS MUCH BETTER
Man Hit With Shovel in Davenport by
Oscar Wicks Not Expected to Die.
Waiter Rayburn, who was hit on the
head with a shovel by Oscar Wicks
yesterday, the latter surrendering to
the lecal Salvation Army, is much im
proved today and reports from St.
Luke's hospital where he is beinp? car
ed for are altogether favorable. Wicks
is being held till the seriousness of the
injury is maele apparent.
Unable to Live in That City on Salary
Rutte, Mont., June 'it. All mail car
riers of the city went out on strike last
Jr., former assistant statistician cf Inight. the men declaring they could not jug of sentence upon Eugene E.
the agricultural department, on trial live in Butte on the present scale of Schmitz. convicted of extortion, was
Sentencing of Schmitz Postponed.
San Francisco, June 27. The pass-
on a charge of conspiring to def raui wages paid by the government.
today postponed until July G.