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FIFTV-SIXTII YEAR. NO. 230.
THE ARGUS, FRIDAY. JULY 12, 1007.
PRICE TWO CENTS.
JAPAN HAS NOT RECOVERED
FROM WAR WITH RUSSIA
Count Katosamo Declares
Country is Not in Po
sition to Fight -
MANCHURIA ON HAND
Jap Reported to Have Been Ar
rested White Making Sketch
of Fort on Coast.
C'oloimlo Springs, Col.. July
Count Katoramo of Tokio, Japan, wliil.'
stopping over here yesa nlay hit ween
tiains on his way to San Francb-co.
whtnee he will sail for Yokohama. : aid
to the Associated Press;
"It oiii will reason tor a lew min
utes lie fan readily see that the least
thing Japan wants just now is war
with the I'nitoil States.
"Japan has not recover. mI from Cio
ttt'ects of the Russian war. We have
not ( noiigh money to carry on ;
longed struggle, in the first plact
second, hut more important, we
all the territory we can handle,
have Korea on our hands, and
citizens to enter lands under the spi
ral homestead law and to grant their
use to another nniil tney should niak"
final proof or dispose of their holdings
' is inconsistent with t!i"
purpose and spirit and violative ol the
tt 1 ms of the law."
BOUNTY SEEKERS MUST
PAY TOWN CLERK FEE
Legislature Failed to Provide Salary
for Clerks Issuing Certificates
to Pest Pevicyers.
Sprint;!"!. Id, 111., July 12. Attorney
General Siead has rendered an etiin-
i hi to the effect that as the legislature
has not provided fur tin; payment of
two clerks fur issuing ceri ilicati s to
ihc applicants who piescnt em-vs'
ads 'uk! tigs lor the homily, the
town clerk will receive no lees from
!e town lor performing that duly, hut
e is entitled to collect in cents from
each applicant for issuing the certiii
cato. The same principle applies 'o
the groundhog hounty yet.
world knows nothing of how hard that
little kingdom is to bring into shape.
Then comes Formosa, which is prac
tically a savage country.
Hum Miilli'liurlii u ll.'lllil.
"This would he enough if we did not
have the vast territory of Manchuria
to tel'.ahiliiaie. Conditions there after
the war were chaotic, and it will h.1
j j a is before the country can be brought
to anything like order."
Asked about the a?sembling of a
Meet of warships in the Pacific, ho
"It is a move that could be looked
for on the part of the United States at
any time. I do not regard it as a wa
line move any more man it your coun
try sent a great fleet to England or
France. Your ships must be in th.
water foniPwhere." he concluded.
Jim Skrtchlns lort.
San Diego, Cal., July 12. A report
is iiv circulation that a Japanese ha"
been arrested at Fort Kosecrans in Hi'1
act of making drawings of the for;.
-Major Cotchell acknowledges a Japan
ese was arrested; thar he was drawn; ;
plans of the fort. The arrest, it n.
f.aid, was made two evenings ago, but
where the Japanese now is and who
hp is, is not publicly known. Major
Oresclie-11 will give no information.
Washington, July 12. It was stal '1
at the war department last night that
no report had been received thece re
garding the arrest of a Japanese a!
Fort Kosecrans. near San ltiego. whil
sk telling the fortifications.
I'lncH AliHent Ollirrr.
I'rbana, III.. July 12. Japan is said
to be inflicting severe penalties oi
army members abroad for failure t
report nt this time. Because did
not assume his duiiep at lieutenant in
the Japanese army July -1 J. Sutro, l
student in mechanical cngincring .it
the University of Illinois, says he ha;
been notiiied that he is fined $1.hfi.i.
Sutro Is at a loss to understand t!f
matter,, as he has been in this country
tin leave for several years, and did n u
uceive any warning that he wis
REFORM EDITOR IS IN JAIL
Would Not Pay Fine for Criticising Hot
Hot Springs. Ark.. July 12. It. ().
Schaefcr. managing editor of the C;'i
ens Bulletin, a relonn naner. w i-t
sent to jail yesterday morning for re
fusing to pay a line of $2r assessed
against lnin March . f.ir contempt or
court. A warrant is out also for Uov.
Y. T. Amis, leader of the reform party
and editor-in-chief of the Bulletin, who
was convicted along with his as.-ist.it t
upon the same charge. Tiie oiij: ct ion
able article alleged that certain ch--tiot:
contest ea.,cs pending in the coun
ty court were being juggled and de
layed by "pettifogging tricksters at th
ATTACKS . FRANCE If A WORL
Se mi-Official Novoe Vreyma,
Russian Paper, Uses Of
WANTS COMPACT ANNULLED
Represents Powerful Court Party
Which Desires Closer Relations
. With Germany.
St. Petersburg, July 12. An eip.M
attack tin the French government and
Ambassador Bompard is published to
day in Novoe Yremya which a wefk
ago began reviewing tentatively and
condemning th" Franco-Russian alli
ance. It is supposed the paper in this
instance is serving as the mouthpiece
of the powerful court party which is
working in favor of closer relations
I.Hncuni;- OHViinI .
The editorial is couched in inter.i
perate and offensive language serious
ly and compromises the position of
M. P.ompard at St. Petersburg.
MUST DECLARE WAR
Assn. Proposes Union
of Similar Bodies.
COMMITTEE IS NAMED
System of Teaching Morals in
Public Schools to be
Subcommittee of Hague Peace Con.
gress Accepts French Proposi
tion but Rejects Amendment.
JILTED LOVER SUESTHE ROAD
Says Attack by Company's Employe
Caused Gir to Drop Him.
Flwoe.d, I ml.. July 12. Chester C;
peck has filed suit again.-1 the Pitts
burg. Cincinnati. Chicago and St. Loan
Railroad company for $2, mm. Ho al
leges that while 1st was en route
The Hague. July 12 The First ar
tide of the French proposition that
thcio shall be a declaration of war be
fore the opening of hostilities was
adopted today by the subcommittee '.
which it was leferred. It was support
ed by the American. Rritirh and Jap
An amendment introduced by Nosh
erlands proposing 2 hours delay atter i
the -declaration of war before the tim
break of hostilities, was rejected.
Los Angeles. Cal., July 12 The na
tional council of tin .National Educa
tional association in executive 'session
yesterday adopted the following reso
"That a committee of five be ap
pointed by the president of the council,
of which committee our' world honored
bailor. Dr. William T. Mai i is. shall bo
chairman and the I'nind States com
missioner of education and the presi
dent of this council shall be members,
whose duty it shall be to consider and
report to this council what steps may
lie possible towards securing the co
ol -.oration of the various organizations
for the promotion of education and the
consideration of its problems which
may exist in the various civilized coun
tiies of the world."
l'liitiM for ImHiirit'N.
The report of the committee on inves-
LOSES 6TH BAND
Moline's Light Guards Dropped
From Military Service
of the State.
STERLING BOYS TAKEN BACK
Changs Made Necessary by Numerous
Removals and General Disorganization.
Springfield. 111., July 12. Argu
Special). Colonel Kittilsen command
ing the llth Infantry recommended to
Adjutant General Scott that the regi
mental band at Moline be inusterel
out of service,, owing to its being dis
til ganized and manv members having
removed from the city.
Orilrr Ih ImmihmI.
Accordingly General Scott today is
sued an order mustering t he band out
of service and issuing an honora :'.;
discharge to all the members and di
rected Colonel Kittelsen to muster in
the Sterling band in its place.
"NEVER THOUGHT OF HIMI AF
TER 1901," SAYS HAYWOOD
Joseph Jay of Portland, Ore., leaped
from a car window while the train was
running 40 miles an hour near this
city yesterday and escaped. Thompson
is wanted at Portland to answer a
charge of stealing $:l,0ou. He was cap
tured in London. England, after a chase
around the world.
Steunenberg Least of His
Troubles Defendant In
sists on Stand.
OF THE CO-MASTERS
Humble Postal Card's Useful
ness Enlarged by Order of
RULER OF ELKS
Hamilton. Ohio, he was pulled out of city
his seat by an employe of ilie company
and roughly treated. He was .necom-
Jpaniod by his fiance, who was so in-
lignant because lie did not. resent in.-
indignity that she jilicl him. lie says
that it was owing to the act of the-
company s employe tnat he lost the ..t
feciions of tiie young woman.
in Readiness for Big Convention at
Philadelphia. July 12. Judge Henry
A. Melvin of O.tl.laml Cal. grand -?-alt
t il ruler of the Benevolent Protcc-
Ordcr of l'.!ks which meet in th'-.
next week in reunion and conven
it'u n. arrived today accompanied
-Fred I. C. Robinson ofDubuqiie. Iowa,
'grand secretary of the order, and sev
eral others. All is now in readiness
for the convention.
SHOOTS DOG; SAVES A .LIFE
Woman Kills Animal Clinging to
Throat of Spouse.
L.iwrenceburg. Intl.. July 12. Mr.-.
chesti r station,
chance when she
that was tiiging
throat. Tit.? rille
that the bullet went through
mal's heart. Mr. Robinson
nearly exhausted by his struggle t ha,
he could not throw off the body of v;
dog, which had fallen on him.
living near Man
took a . despera:?
shot a vicious dog
at her husband'.
was so well aime I
the an 't
Hinrichsen Has a Bad Day.
Jacksonville, III.. July 12. William
H. Hinrichsen. former secretary of
state, who is critically ill at his homo
at Alexander, this
bad dry. and death
ligations and appioprjat ions, which was
'adopted, included thr appointment of
committees bv the president and the
lappiopriation of $."ioo for each of the
following organ izat ions :
ARRIVFSI i"vos,'al i1ni' siilmiit a tcn-
native report on a system of teaching
morals in the i-ublic schools.
2. For the tun Her investigation oT
industrial education for rural schools.
For a preliminary inquiry into
the contemporary judgment as to cul
ture element in education and the time
that should be devoted to the combined
schoo! and college course.
1. To consider and make a prelim
inary report tin the shortage of teachers
and colleges, causes and remedies.
.". To make a pn liminary report on
"Provisions for Kxceptional Children
in the Public Schools."
county, passed i
is expected at any
MAY WRITE ON ITS FACE
Paper Bearing Inscription May Also
Be Pasted to It After the First
of Next Month.
Washington. July 12. Postmasicr
iienerat .Meyer today promulgated an
order effective Aug. 1 providing thr.t
the face side of a postal card may b.
divided by a vertical line placed ap
proximately a third of the distant-.
from the left end of the card and f it
space to the left of the line to be us d
lor messages, etc., the portion to the
right to. be used for the address only.
Mny Tiilit- lii-r On.
A very thin sheet of naner mav !t
attached if it completely adheres to t'.ie
card and .such paste may bear both
writing and printing. Advertisements
illustrations or writing may appear o;
Mlie back of the card and on the It ft
of the third of the front.
Mrs. Mary Baker Eddy Files List
Objections in Suit for Account
ing of Property.
Concord. X. H., July 12. A lengthy
list of exceptions to the rulings of
Judge Chamberlain of the superior
court in the suit for an accounting of
t he property of Mrs. Marv Uaker (J.
ldy, tiie Christian Science leader, has
been fili-d with the clerk of the super
ior court by attorneys for Mrs. Eddy
and for the three trustees named by-
Mrs. Eddy to cart; for her property. It
is expected eventually the case will go
to the supreme court of Xew Hamp
shire on these exceptions. The excep
tions are, in part:
To appoint as co-master with Edgar
Aldrich, Dr. J. M. Jelly of Boston and
G. Alden Pduniniore of Providence,
alienists, nescause tney are not resi
dents of New Hampshire and their ap
pointment is contrary to law; because
they are authorized and expected to
render a decision not jirelated wholly
upon evidence submitted to them, but
based in part tin their technical knowl
edge as expert alienists; because they
are not legally competent to act either
as masters or referees in this case.
Mrs. Eddy takes exception also to il
nial by the court of her motion filed
June IOiiT. that the court, sitting n
chancellor in equity, .should determin'1
rt lathe to her property interests and
tiie proceedings against her.
More 2-Cent Fares.
Madison. Wis.. July 12 The 2-cer.t
fare bill as mutinied by tiie assembly
passed the senate yesterday afternoon.
It .goes into effect Aug. 15.
F. A. LEACH HEAD OF MINT
NO FLAGMAN OUT;
BAD WRECK RESULTS
Passenger and Freight Trains Come To
gether on Queen & Crescent
Line in Tennessee.
Summerset. July 12. btxteen mra
were more or less seriously hint in
wreck on the Queen & Crescent road
vesterdav when a local freight crashed
into a work train near the Teiiness.
line. A relief train brought the vic
tims to a sanitarium here. The wreck
was caused, says an official announce
nient. bv a work train failing to send
out a flagman while taking water.
Superintendent at San Francisco is to
Succeed George E. Roberts.
Oysttr Pay, July 12. President
Roosevelt yesterday appointed Frank
A. Leach of Oakland. Cal., director of
the mint, to succee 1 George E. Roh-
rts, who resigned to accept the presi-
d( ncy of the Comnierrial Nation, il
I'.anl; of Chicago, made vacant by th J
death of James II. Eckels. Mr. Learn
is at present superintendent tif the San
rancisco mint. He will assume h
new duties at. Washington late in the
PHYSICIANS SUSPENDED BY A NEW
YORK HOSPITAL FOR VIVISECTING DOGS
ARE ALTERNATING SERVICES
FRAUD DECREE IS UPHELD
Federal Court Sustains Lower Tribu
nal in Case of George G. Ware.
St. Paul. July 12. An opinion writ
ten by Judge Sanborn has been handd
down In the United States circuit
court of appeals in the case of t!
United Stales against George G. War
convicted in the federal district cou t
of Nebraska of conspiring to defraud
the government out of lands by means
of fiaudnlent entries under the home
stead laws. The judgment of the low
er court is affirmed.
The court holds that the making of
a rpecific contract with respect to th-
title of the lands Is not necessary. The
Broatway Men Conduct First Meetinij
With Methodist Church.
The First Methodist and IJroadway
Presbyterian churches are alternating
the Sunday evening' services tlurir.,;
the summer months and Sunday even
ing the services will be held at P.roan
way, and will be in charge of tin
llroadway Men's club. There will be
short addresses by M. T. Stevens and.
A. 1). Sperry arid the music will be in
etiarge of lr. A. H. Mctanuiess. .wiss
Harriet Cropper will sing and there
will be singing by the newly organize 1
men's club choir of 10 members. An
unusually interesting program is be
ing arranged and will be announced
Xew York, July 12. -Drs. G. P. Law
son and C. R. lirown, resident physi
cians of the Kings county hospital,
have been suspended by Charities Com
missioner Ilt.bbard fo vivisecting two
puppies and sewing them together.
The surgeons were arraigned before
Mr. Hebbard charged with conducting
an experiment without legal right, and
with cruelty to animals. The Anti
Cruelty society took up the cases and
demanded that the physicians be pun-
The puppies that Dr. Prown and Dr.
Lawson cut up had not been weaned
from tlieir mother. Their sides wore
stripped off with a scalpel and they
wore sewed together. In this condition
they were returned to the mother dog
Ciiy I'.mlt-il by lli-iil li.
The experiment did not work. The
little animals squealed In agony for
four days, when they were chloroform
ed. When news of the vivisection was
Find Body; Stilletto in Heart.
Spring Valley, 111., July 12. The
body of Albert Parmanaran Italian
miner, was found dead on the main
street of the village of Ladd yesterday
with a stilletto six inches long sticking
in his heart. Five Italians are held on
suspicion. The murder is attributed to
a "Black Hand" decree.
Banana Skin Causes Death.
Kansas City, Mo.. July 12. Robe
Kindred stepped on a banana peeling on
the sidewalk in First street yesterday
He was thrown off his feet and hi.i
head 'struck the pavement breaking
"An agreement to Procure qualified his neck. He died in a few minutes.
spread outside of the hospital Superin
tendent Haiikinson of tiie Anti-Cruelty
society began an investigation.
Both doctors indignantly denied tint
they had conducted the experiment
purely out of curiosity. They declared
they desired only to demonstrate n
scientific fact. They wished to learn
if blood could be transferred from on-'
puppy to tlit? other and also to ascer
tain if skin could be grafted in such a
manner. Scientific ktpiwledgc of this
sort, they urged, would be vastly
beneficial to surgery in determining
just what results might be obtained hi
performing similar operations on hu
Commissioner lb bberd said that h-
believed what the young surgeons sai 1.
He held, however, that, they had no
right to make tlw experiment without
consulting the superintendent of the
hospital, and obtaining special permis
sion. He expressed the opinion that
their enthusiasm had run away with
TAFI'3 NEW CANAL PLANS
Administrative Methods of isthmus
Commission to be Reorganized.
Washington, July 12. Secretary
Taft's plans for the reorganization r.f
the administrative methods of t ie
isthmian canal commission as approv
ed by President Roosevelt were man?
public yesterday. They take the form
of three executive orders. Briefly they
provide for the transfer to tiie chief of
engineers of the army the supervision
of the purchase ef material and sup
plies; the maintenance tif offices witn
in the I'nited tSates by the commis
sion for the convenient execution of fcs
business, and the appointment for the
commission upon the isthmus of an ex
aminer of accounts and in Washington
an assistant examiner of accounts.
DAM BURNING OIL
AND SAVE HOMES
Bridgeport. III., Has Narrow Escape
From Destruction When Light
ning Strikes Tank.
MAKES GOOD WITNESS
Crass Examination Will be Fin
ished During Day, Senator
Bridgeport. III.. July 12. After
working all day damming streets, in
which ran rivers of blazing oil froM
exploding tanks of the oil refinery west
of the village, citizens of Bridgeport
yesterday managed to save thei:
homes from destruction. Dikes wer"
made to cut off the flames from th-:
residence district and the damage was
ontined te the refinery and its vicin
ity. The loss is lioo.fion. Tanks coa-
aining :.7.ooo barrels of oil. were
truck by lightning yesterday morning
and ignited. Ail explosion followed
iilniost instantly. Fifteen smaller tanks
caught fire and exploded and blazi.ig
oil ran through the streets. Farmers
for miles around assisted the villager
in throwing up the dikes and the earn
est work saved Bridgeport before
SLUG CLERK; SECURE $3,000
Thieves Plunder Indianapolis Pawn
shop Injured Man Will Die.
Indianapolis. July 12. Two men fil
tered the pawnshop of Emil Mantt I
and Charles Mcdias in the downtown
district lasf night and after striking
the clerk detwn with a piece of ho.tj
and rendering him unconscious, escap
ed with plunder valued at $:5.000. The
clerk, Siniem Geibl, was fatally hurt. Vii
to a late hour the police have obtained
on clew to the identity of the robbei.-?
PLOT TO HOLD UP SOLVATION ARMY
. FOR $30,000 LATEST! IN BLACKMAIL
Boston, Mass., July 12. A scheire
to defraud tr blackmail the Salvation
army out of $.10,000 culminated yester
day afternoon 'in the arrest of Solomon
Koditscheck and Benjamin Silverblatt
at Lowell, as alleged participants in
the plot. The men are charged wiih
using the mails in an attempt to get
blackmail frtim the Salvation army for
the suppression of a poem derogator.
to the army.
Koditscheck, who is about 50 yea-s
old, has achieved prominence by his
communications to the press advocat
ing refevrnis. He also posenl as a sort
of literary man. Silverblatt is a young
lawyer, well known in his profession.
Early in May last, when Koditscheck
wrote a letter addressed to Genera!
William Boeith, it was opened by Rnr.-
son Caygill, treasurer of the organiza
tion. Accompanying me letter was a
poem in type, which was of a decided
ly scurrrilous nature. The dozeu
verses reflected severely upon the mo
tives of the Salvation armv and offi -
ials. The writer implied that, wlii!-;
the organization claimed to do a great
work in saving people in general, and
especially women, it was entitled to no
The letter said thousands of copies
could be sold in this country at 5 cen:s
apiece and that the poem would com
mand an extraordinary sale on the
other side of the Atlantic. For the stun
tf $30,000 the poem would be sup
Treasurer Caygill. after consulting
the postal atithori tie's, kept up a co;
despondence- with Koditscheck. Fin
ally the latter turned the negotiation
over to his lawyer, Silverblatt. A
meeting was arranged Utt yesterday in
Lowell at Silverblatt's office, to which
Inspector D. E. McLeod went as the
lawyer for the Salvation army. Ro-
ditscheck was present and after some
dickering the arrests were made.
MURPHY ESTATE IS $20,000
Widow of Temperance Apostle Ge.s
Home and $1,360 Cash.
Uis Angeles, July 12. The will of
the late Francis Murphy, "apostle
temperance, nas been Mtv tor pro
bate. Mr. Murphy, according to th:
petition .left an estate valued at $2o.
ooo. His home m this city, valued at
$3,500 and $1."C0 on deposits, are !
tpicathed to his widow. The remain
der of his estate was divided in equi
parts between the widow and children
of the evangelist.
STATE BAR TALKING RATES
Illinois Association Having Interesting
Session at Galesburg.
Galesburg. 111., July 12. An address
by Edward M. Shepard of New York on
"Corporate, Capitlization and Puhli
Morals" was the feature of today'
tession of the annual meeting of the
lllinoifi State Bar association. The
subject of "Railroad Rate Legislation"
was thrown open for general discussion
by members of the association.
FROM TRAIN TO . FREEDOM
WINS DAY AGAIN
Bowie and Son Henry Acquitted
of Murder of Hubert Posey
at LaPlata, Md.
In Plata. Md., July 12. The jury i:i
the trial of Mrs. Bowie and son Henry
for shooting Hubert Posey last Janu
ary, today returned a verdict of ac
quittal, being out five minutes. The
woman ami son admitted they shot
Posey because he ruined their daughter
UPHOLDS AMERICAN INDIAN
Speaker Before C. E. Convention De
nies Red Man's Ruin.
Seattle, Wash., uly 12. L sensation
was created yesterday in the Christian
Endeavor convention when, after C. M
Tate had stated in open parliament
tnat the Indians were being abused
and permitted to fall into moral dec.n
dence, Silas B. Whitman of the Lapwai
Indian reservation arose and denounc
ed the utterances of the speaker as ex
aggerated and false.
All over the city. In the various
meeting places, services were held yes
terday, the principal one taking place
in the Willistou tent, where training
of the young was the theme.
Quakes Shake Burlington.
Burlington, Iowa, July 12. Numer
ous citizens of Burlington declare thnt
they felt three distinct shocks of earth
quake about 3 o'clock yesterday morning.
Boise, July 12. Domiuick Flynn, one
of the defendant's witnesses in the
Haywood trial, was recalled by the state
when the case was opened today. The
questions put to him were evidently
for impeachment. After Flynn left the
stand Haywood was recalled.
lliil Not liny Hornr.
Haywood said Orehrrd had been at
bis house three or four times, but he
never called on Orchard, nor had he
ever had anything to do with buvin?
a Horse and buggy for Orchard with
which to go tint on killing expeditions.
Witness denied positively he had talk
ed with Orchard tr planned with him
the killing of Bell. Peabodv. Hearn.
Moffatt. Goddard, or Gabbert. He de
clared Orchard's storv on the witness
stand was the first he had heard of
rvrr Thought of llliu.
Haywood denied he had any knowl
edge of a plot to kill Steunenberg.
Speaking slowly and emphatically, Hay
wood said: "I don't think I even
thought of Steunenberg after I lelt
Idaho in 1901."
Denim Itrppatf tlljr.
Harrow led his client carefully over
the ground covered by Orchard, and at
pyt rj lay wood ,htd-lnr
t-L'iiiteeii.ui won wrcnaru otner man
what was of the most innocent charac
ter or with any. criminal act, was de
nied again and again by the witness in
the mest positive terms.
Aenr Kml of (Tomm Ksitmlnntion.
Senator Borah totdi Haywood in hand
for cross examination for the last hour
of tin? session. Haywood gave careful
explanations of the workings of the
Western Federation of Miners and poli
cies and attitude towards the employers
tif labor. Borah announced he would
conclude cross examination today.
t.nvp I.11111; Slorf.
Boise. Idaho. July 12. William D.
Haywood was witness in his own de
fense yesterday and in a lengthy nar
rative of his life and his work as lead
er tif the miners, that was interrupted
by adjournment, denied his guilt of
the murder of Steunenberg and the
manifold crimes charged against him
Haywood's testimony was chiefly
characterized by positive denials of al
legations made against him by the
prosecution. He denied he met Orch
ard until some time after the Vindica
tor explosion; denied he sent Orchard
back to Cripple Creek to blow up the
Independence station; denied partici
pation in the Lyte Gregeiry murder, and
denied suggesting or discussing the
Steuneuibe rg murder. He swore he
never gave Orchard any memey at any
time or place for anv purpose'.
Haywood declared he never made a
thieat against Steunenberg. whom he
said he regarded only as he did any
politician who was being swayed by
capitalistic influence. Ho tedd of a num
ber of occasions when he met Orchard
in Denver in the ordinary course of
his relations with the federation, and
George A. Pettibono, and said he saw
Orchard for the last time in August,
190.1, when Orchard toid him he was
going back to Alaska, and Haywood
said he chided him for deserting his
wife at Cripple Creek. The direct ex
amination had not reached the. connec
tion of Jack Simpkins and the action
tif the federation after Steunenberg
was murdered when adjournment In
llmt-IlM on MmnklnH larldrat.
The state ctimpleted the cross ex
amination' of Mover at noon and in
dealing with his testimony, directed its
strongest attack against the circum
stances under which the federation, at
the sugegstion of Jack Simpkins, came
to the relief of Orchard when he was
arrested for killing Steuuenberg.
Japs Guests of President.
Oyster Bay, July 12 Admiral Baro
Yamamota, Japanese Ambassado
lAoki. and Captain Moto Rondo were
Prisoner Jumps from Car Window
Near Denver and Escapes.
Denver, Col.. July 12. John T.Thomp-' today guests of the president at lunch
son. a prisoner in custody ol Detective eon. .
ON AN INSPECTION TRIP
President and Manager of Rock Island
Pass Through City.
President Winchell and Cener.'l
Manager Mtlchpir of the Rock Island,
passed through the city today. Thav
came down from Chicago last night :
make an inspection trip over the Iowa