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The Spanish Fork press. [volume] (Spanish Fork, Utah) 1902-current, June 27, 1907, Image 1

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VI NO 24
It VOL SPANISH FORK UTAH THURSDAY 1 JUNE 27 1 1907 Entered t Bpanlih I Feb Fork 21 utah tecondclaaa Act of Concresii matter Mtrcn Post t offle 1m
r1R a nd l l FIELDS I S SWEPT
i 13l i DY A TORNADO
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workmen Are Killed by
windstorm Which Passes
0 Over Indian Territory I
I Hundred Derricks Demolished
and Tank Destroyed by
Riga
Lightning and Many Buildings
Unroofed and Blown From I
Foundations
tlsai T A tornado with a path
tT miles long svtt through the
Ian territory oil Hold Wednesday
J ruing kllllus three men and caus
property loss of 1000000
be dead aro Frank Honor and two
own men All were oil field I
rumen and were killed by falling
t The storm came from the
It traveled due south until It
ck a hill Just north of Tulsa
en It struck off southeast through
MI t Tulsa and Red Fork from Hed
rk shooting south through the
irt of Glenn oil field The loss of
> occurred In the Glenn field
ere also was the greatest property
stractlon Huge steel tanks were
111 down one hundred derricks
re demolished rigs and tanks were
trored by lightning the camp of
i Gulf Pipe Line company was
led and the village of Kiefer ad
g ling the Glenn field suffeied
ist destruction
Fork and the Rod Fork oil
d and Jcnks at the north llnlt of
nn oil field are scenes of wroclc
ruin
latlesUlle reports large property
sand several people injured Sow
I houses were demolished 11 I Col
Me The Bird Creek atnl Skla
k oil fields were riddled In Tul
sereral hutldlngs were unroofed
rJ blown from their foundations
Io
1Mf Oxford Degree for Mark Twain
I pa
Piford England With thirty men
ID Jtingulsheil In politics art science
og letters Including Premier Camp
Hannerman Lord Chancellor Loo
n Speaker of the House ol Coin
las Mr Lowther and General
th Mark Twain received an Ox
d degree on Wednesday The vis
n included Ambassador White
r Reid and numerous other Amerl
L Lord Curzon and Kedlestoni
mcellor of the university presided
i Reid was cheered upon entering
theatre but a great ovation was
ned for Mark Twain the lion
the occasion
j Harvards 271st Year
c ambrldge Mass Amei leas old
educational institute Harvard
relty on Wednesday closed IU
l stlear graduating a class of GuO
tares of the day were the meeting
the board of overseers the arrival
the governor the gathering at Old
Jsachusetts hall of the president
os overseers faculties guests a
tlon of the alumni and the candl
es for degrees the march to the
Honored Sanders theatre the as
blr of the distinguished com
M the learned addresses award
degrees and the meeting oLtho
anal i association
Shires Confession Wouldnt Go
aver Colo xack A Shire whc
P bred two months ago when ar
ted at Unite Mont that ho was
urden r of Maurice Caplan tlio
C O rebant who was killed by n robber
hit
I homo in Denver in February
5
i + has IK en released from jail
4 fng ber
bern declared sane by a jury
t re was ntllieiiil to tho use of al
01 and dings and la believed to
i e n In aim when ho made tho
l CessIon id declares now that he
110 ro ulkvtion of ijavlaR con
jed to
till
I apian murder
J Sterling Has Nothing to Say
r nvcr
i OloK C Storing for
lr
chief of detectives for tho
1 Ppe reel K Mine Owners assocta
a who
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Wa
charged by Attorney
reure Dariow
arow In I3ols
court at > o
1 11 being
K responsible for tho Inde
1 denre
< U 1 mi explosion In which
rteen i
a etl m >
Inll were Killed and a num
all ii pj oth < Injured Is in this city
r present
Hi illS declined to make
i15iC tlaleuiat
C > at IT urdluK Mr Dnrrowa
AI rte Or I
he would
n lv whether 1 °
to BOlnr
ab a ltnei8 in the Hay
trial
1 ot not
DARROW rROMISfS TO PROVE 1
ORCHARD MONUMENTAL liAR
Opening Statement of Haywocds At
torney In Which He Promises to
Convince Counsel for the State
noise IahoIn an address that
occupied two sessions of the district
court on Monday Clarence narrow of
Chicago outlined to the Jury the de
tailed plea and defense of William D I
Haywood to the charge that he mur I
dered former Governor Steunenherg I
In broad description it Is to he a de I
nial of every material count in tho
testimony of Orchard with a showing I
that Orchard killed Stcuncnberg be 1
I cause of I > private grudge borne of
the loss of a rich share In the great
Hercules mine and explanations of
the independent circumstances that
tend to connect the three defend
ants with Orchards life and
occupa
tions Haywood will take the stand
to make personal denial of Orchards
accusations Moyer may be called to
testify solely to events and circum
stances affecting the Western Feder
ation of Miners but Pettlbone wlli
not be a witness In this case Mr
Darrow explained that Moyer and Pet
Ibone must stand trial for this same
crime and declared that every law
ver knew the danger whatever the
circumstances of exposing men await
ing trial under like circumstances I
Mr Darrow denied the existence of
the great conspiracy to murder alleged
by the state with Orchards testl
pony as a basis denied that the fed
ration was anything but an earnest
9ghtlng labor organization with high
er wages shorter hours tolerable
working conditions and the care and
safety and education of its members
and wives aud children as Its high I
and only motive denied the Intimacy
with the three codefendants that
Orchard laid claim to denied the sow
3ial conferences and conversations
hat Orchard swore to denied that
Orchard had even committed many of
the crimes he had boasted of and
promised to make proof of his con
tentions with many of the men named
by Orchard when on the stand and
many witnesses of creditable chaiac
tel not connected by any tie with the
rcdernlun or Its leaders
Air Darrow charged that agents of
the Mine Owners association of Colo
ado and the IlnKcrton Detectives as
sociation had joined hands in a con
spiracy to desrredlt and destroy the
Western Federation of Miners Agents I
of the mine owners had he asserted
committed many minor crimes to dis
credit the federation and promised
that the defense would show that it
was n reasonable Inference that they
suglneeied the Independence depot
autiago as an attempt that had mis
mm led Into a tragedy He asserted
that trial was the culmination of the
conspiracy to kill the organization by
killing the leaders that the organiza
tion and not Hill Haywood was on
trial and that Harry Orchard under
the manipulation of Detective McPar
land was trying to kill Moyer Hay
wood and Pettlbone that he might save
his own life
WITNESSES FOR HAYWOOD
Declare Orchard Threatened to Kill
5teunenberg for Fancied
Grievance
Boise IdahoThe first direct testi
mony in defense of William D Hay
wood was offered on Tuesday the
25th and It was chiefly directed to
ward showing that Harry Orchard
blaming Frank Steunenberg for tho
loss of his interest in the Hercules
mine had threatened to have revenge
by killing him and that tho conduct
of Orchard and K C Sterling both
before the Independence explosion
when they were frequently seen to
gether and afterward when Sterling
called off a bloodhound that following
Orchards trail justified the Inference
tho
that tho mine owners Inspired
crime
The calling of tho first witness for
the defense was preceded by a further
examination of Orchard to pormlt the
inf t < aye in roinnleto Its formal tar
Douching questions no These question
with the
all In connection I
were early
Orchard killed Steunen
claim berg because that of an alleged grudges I
of the sale of his inter
out
nowing tniaeof
cat the HercuUs mine He agaIn
cst In kill I
denied that he ever threatened to
I StUltnenbnrg because of the Hercnles
1 lit t Ion sold
mine mid again UBSITUU n
mine two year
bls liuerest in the
heforo the trouble that drove him out
Idaho
of north called Inter In the
witnesses
The threaten
Orchard did
day swore that liecau of the i
Stuunonborg hiss
ic i lilll
and the defense has
iron lies matter testimony
Sared for such
prepared Iho way witnesses The
from a dozen Tuesday more were F R Hedd
two IlCarcl Creek and now of
Cripple
once or Charles
other
and the
Gollll1elll Nov formerly or Cripple Creel
A SlIlIIvan In the Drown
and now II watchman Hed1 saId IIlI heard
hotII In Olnl and
statIIItnt
Orchard thl
OrehnrLl mal mllllrs hall la while
threat landlrSitlltivnaresorle that wblle
aworo
reek lnd sulllvall
he arrt Orchard were fellow boarders
at John Novlll ° 8 pace In Cripple
Creek Orchard repeatedly said that
out for Stounenberg he would be n
rich man and that he Intended to kill
himThe
The cross examinntion showed that
both were members of the Western
federation of Miners and that Sulli
van was a friend of Haywood Moyer
and many of tho union leaders at
Cripple reek
Dr L L McGee a mining broker tof
the toenr dAlones another impeach
Ing witnesses swore that Orchard told
him In 1904 at Wallace Ida that lie
was a spotter for a detective agen
cy Orchard denied this conversation
denied that he was In Idaho at any
time In 1 JOt
Several witness principally wo
men who kept lodging houses at Crlp
pIe I Creek located Orchard at various
conferences with Sterling the detec
tive for the Mine Owners association
prior to the Independence explosion
and there was a further showing as to
meetings between Orchard and D C
Scott the detective for the Flqrenco
1 Cripple Creek railway
j I Another witness told of the effort
I to locate the men guilty of the hide
pendence station outrage by starting
is I bloodhound from the chair rung used
In pulling off the mine explosion
I
He said the dog took the road to
Colorado Springs the one over which
Orchard fled In the night and that
when he rcuorted to Sterling he got
orders to 1 the dog off Sterling
said lie know who blew up the sta
lion and later said that Steve Adam
had done BO
The state fought the admission 0
the bloodhound story and also op
posed tho admission of evidence cov
ering general realities of the Colo
rado labor war but in both Instance
I the court ruled with the defense
REFUTING ORCHARDS STORY
Davis Takes Stand for Haywood anp
Another Witness Says Orchard
Threatened to Kill Steunenberg
Boise Idaho William F Davis ol
Goldfield Nov one of the most Im
portant witnesses for the dofenro ol
William D Haywood accused of the
murder of Frank Sleunenborg was
called to the stand on Wednesday
Harry Orchard testified that Davis
I
led and commanded the mob that de
lIed
strayed the llunkor Hill and Sullivan l
mill in 1SS9 Inspired as the asert
of Haywood and Moyer the VinJl l
cator explosion and the train wreck
Ing plot at Cripple Creek and was
I an accomplice In the Independence
station crime
On direct examination by CUrence
Darrow he went over the story of his
working life including the pathetic
story of the death of his wile mind
babe at Cripple Creek at which he
I wept and made positive denial ol
every statement of Orchard that In
volved him or his associates in any
form of crime He claimed that hv I
was not even a member of the union
when the Bunker Hill and Sullivan
mine was blown up and at the con
elusion of his general story dwore
that at Cripple Creek during thE
strike Orchard told him of the Ho
cules mine affair and threatened tc
kill Steunenberg
Mrs Lottie Day of Denver testified
that in 1904 Orchard told her about
the loss of the Hercules interest anil
with It the chance to support the
only woman he ever really loved
and that he said he would kill Steun
enberg for the wrong done him and
John D Elliott an old soldier swore
that Orchard told him on a train in
Idaho In the fall of 1905 that he was
in the employ of the mine owners
and that there was a plot against the
federation and its loaders Cross
examination showed the fact that El
liott had twice been an inmate of an
Insane asylum with a mind unbal
anced by family troubles
John M ONeill editor of the Min
ers Magazine was tho only other wit
I ness during the day He testified
that Orchard came to his office ear
ly In 1905 and asked for the addresses
of Governor Peabody and General
Sherman Bell whom ho said should
I I be bumped off ONeill said that ho I
referred Orchard to a city directory
I Tho state used the cross examinattel
of ONeill to make it clear that the
of
magazine was the official organ
I views the federation and to read and to expressed the jury some it
sneering articles about the death cf
ONeill also said that
Steunen org
had seen Orchard at federation
ho several times and that
I headquarters Steve Adams and Mrs Adams had
also been there
STEAMER SANTIAGO SINKS I
Goes Down Off the West Coast of
South America
Santiago ChlleThe Pacific Steam
Navigation companys coasting steam
er Santiago a vessel of 1300 tons
Panama and the
trading between
coast of South America has I been
heavy squall fifty miles
in a
wrecked
north of Corral One passenger and I
knownIto
known to have been
are
oflicor
one saved The remainder of the patten I
guns and crew are reported to havo
perished The Santiago left Corral with ho
out of order as a remit ol
engines and Instead of proceeding t
storms to Val
started to return
Ancml sno
a much greater distance
paraho
she carried four passengers and
of her crew It Is fearec
e htysoven
perished
that all except two persons
DR C M HART
DENTIST
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SPANISH FORK UTAH
fSTDr lingua will answer night culls from his
residence 3i block east of Commercial bank
DR C T KENDALL
Otflo at
Wm A JONHS RRSIDHNCn
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Night culls answered Spanish Fork
from Wm A Jonah residence Utah
SAMUEL CORNABY
NOTARY PUULIC
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On Irrigated Finni low Intercut tpeotal op
Slots of partial payment
OCQce at residence ono block cast of CoOp
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Bponlsli Fork Utah
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Fresh Flowers supplied for all occa
dons Funeral designs kept on hand
And filled to order
i All kinds of Furniture Repaired
Residence two blocks North of Foundry
SFANI3U FORK UTAH
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FASHIONABLE
TAILOR
One Block North ol Bank Spanish Fork Utah
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General Blacksmithing
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building mnrcrinl also Glass stints and Oils We are
prepared to furnish nil kinds of mill work on short notice
Dont fnilto call on us when in need of anything
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SHEnWINWlLLIAMS BUGGY PAINT
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