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AILY CAPITAL JOURNAL. rot. xvn. SMiKM, OREGON. WKDXKSDAY, JUNK 5, 1007. NO. 1M. CHMIT S bntD BY HENEY ants Marriman and All his Combine Prosecuted lONFER ABOUT ACTION STILL UNSETTLED sklent Consults Bonaparte and fonts the HaYrfman Combine Prosecuted and Also llarriman In dividually If That Is Fcasablc k'oalilncton, Juno G. Tho Prosl- tt, llonnpurto and Kellogg hold a ferenco today about ITnrrlman. President desires to prosecute llarriman combine, nnd Hnrrl- pcrconnlly, if such action Is Bible. Thcro Is a dlfforonco of nlon among the President's ndvls- . In regard to its feasibility. No eial announcement followed fai r's conference. o Snowing in Ohio leveland, O., Juno fi. Snow fell today. Also nt Uhrlchsvillo at two othor lutcrlor points. EARTHQUAKE SOME PLACE. Tells on Itself nt tho Government Weather Durenu. Washington, June r. The woath or bureau gives out a bulletin that a "distant earthquake of relatively small intensity was recorded last night by tho seismograph, beginning about 10:29 and lasting nenrly an hour. A relatively stronger motion was recorded between 10:37 and 10:G0, being distinctly greater In an east nnd west direction. Tho max imum amount of motion was very Btiiall, only about two-tenths of a mllllme'tor. Tho disturbance was probably two or throo thousand miles distant, and luobnbly Bouth of Washington." "Next Friends" Win. Concord, N. 1I Juno G. Judgo Chamberlain today donled tho motion of tho trustees recently nppolnted to tnko chargo of Mrs. Eddy's proporty for leave to bo substituted as plain tiffs Instead of "noxt friends," who began litigation to securo an account ing for tho proporty. SHERIFF TAKE CHANGES SNO ORCHARD GUARDED Deputies Arc In Every Aisle and Every Precaution Is Being Taken to Pro ted Orchard When He Takes tho Witness Stand. Concord, N. II., Juno G. This de cision cloars tho way for tho trial of tho main nuostion, shall tho so-called "Ploasnnt Vlow cllquo" bo compelled to show what Is dono with tho mil lions Mrs. Eddy is supposed to hnvo recolved in tho past fow years from tho snlo of books nnd contributions. imago store; PEOPLES BARGAIN HOUSE Our New York Buyers Are Busy Fellows we are now receiving Roods dully from our New York buyers tlwt r the greatest value Uuit wero ever seen in tot van oi uio wo, irtght new merchandise tlrnt will command tho attention of up-to-t well dressed Lndlee.. Remember our prices nivnlwayshc jowewt lur Sale of White loods is in till Blast p-I-ca on tllo following goods Beautiful Summer Suits At All Prices 13 o I bo, Idaho, Juno G - Well awaro that during tho course of tho day Bho would bo compelled to llnton to land county, Ontario, Canada, in 1S6G. His true nnmo is Albert Hors ley. He enmo to Idaho in 1S9C, and went to work ns a muckor In a mlno uenr Purko, In March, 1899. Ho worked a month, nnd joined tho Western Federation thcro. Orchard t declared ho attended a special moot ing of tho Durko union early on tho morning of April 29, nt which tho union decided to go to Wnrdnor In a body thnt day and blow up tho llunk or Hill and Sullivan mill and hang tho superintendent. RichnrdHon moved to strike out this, as, Haywood could. not be responsible for it, and demanded thnt tho court restrict thq witness to what Haywood could bo proven to hnvo done. Tho judgo overruled him. Continuing, Orch ard declared tho telegraph wired wero cut, and tho train seized, Tho trntn then went to Gem and took on tho union there, nnd then went back and got 40 mora boxes of powder. It then went to Wnllaco, whoro It took TRIAL OF MAYOR BEGINS ifHMHHC)VOflMMftp7MH'Maa'MaaNUI"Ma'WL vvKJi 'i sv . bbbbbu ww sflBSBHlHisHBBflBH fl$tf.mmb; HHsssLH AIM mOltAt tlOGMf I CQXF3SD JTVWIPI8 ' I OF GOVZENCm SUVtfZMLPJG I -J REAGAN TESTIFIES EX'Supervlsor Tells Jury of tho Deals Framed Up BySchmllz to Hold Uj and Levy Tribute On the French Restaurants Bt av dewn: Persian Loiviip, Indian Lluons White Wash Suitings White aih China Silk White Wool Dm Goods White Mneii Dress Goods White Dotted SwUs W hlto Organdies Wluto Silk Mulls Wblte PuruboU W hlie Underskirts W'hite Summer Underwear, WliHo Ribbons W lute Laces Piuo Fnibroiderles White Shoe White Luag Gloves WlUto Delta White Ijw Curtains WlUte Hosiery WTilto Trimmed Hats W hlu Shirt Waists $230, $3.50, $4.50, $6.50, $8.50 and up; Great Values gALlM? FASTEST GHOWDfd STORE. McEVOY BROS. COMMMICtAIi AXB COTOT sWHKKTS. iAMUf, OK. tbo most serious of accusation on tin Mullan union, and then wont against her husband, his devoted on to Wardner. crlpplod wife was ono of the first to ( Tho three unions lined up and enter tho court room where the Hay- marched to th Hunker Hill mlno. wood murdor trial is programing. At Wbon within 100 yards tho shooting the jail she talked an hour with Hay- began, but It was a mistake, being wood beforo ho was usbeied up between union men, ns there wom stairs. Tho sheriff has detailed ad- no nou union rnon In tho mill Tho now dltlonal guards to the aisles. Ho dor was taken Into the mill. Orchard doos not Intend to tako any chauees of Orchard's .safety when ho testi fies. Taking tho testimony began at HghUd the fuw and tho mill was destroyed. After the mill wax blown !un thoy went haak homo. Ono man nna i r Tinrn.nii h .VamtiB ho- Uaiuud Smith was killed, though an tol proprietor, testified that Orchard other one was killed an the result of tho mlstukou fight. Five days later federal troops arrived, being called by Hteunenberg. Orohsrd left town fearing arrest. He drifted about Montana, Utah, Arizona and Califor nia, arriving at Cripple CroeW, Colo rado In 1906. Ho worked In the Vindicator mlno. and stayed thoro Silver City hotel., until August, J0. no quil uecauie testimony. C II. gonoral strike wa deoiareu wmen and SlmpklDS roglstered at his hota! late In 1905. Orchard reglsterMl as Hogau, and Slwpklas reglstrJ hh dsr his owr name. Ouy I'elgW. Ukl of selng Orchard and Slmpklns In Caldwell In November, and Identified his photograph. Anton Hlnkey, an other Nampa hotel man. and John Conner, of the gave Important 8nn Francisco, Juno G. Tho actu al trial of Schmltx on tho chargo of extorting money from French restau rants began this morning, when, at tar Henoy mndo tho opening addrws. In which ho lanhed l3a!imlU wlthoirt mercy, ox-Polico Commissioner Ilea gnn took tha Btnud nnd told of tho deals framed up by tho mayor nnd tho orders glvou tho pollco commis sion by which theno deals wora enr rlod through. Hcagan told of tho mayor ordering him to go nftor the French restaurants, nnd of how the licenses wero held up. Ho tcMlIlfnl thnt tho mayor In tho fall of 1904, Hired yearn nftor his oloqtlou, round the French restaurants Immoral, ami decided that thoy should bo closed up. Hengnn Investigated thorn nnd roported to tho major. Ho didn't know of tho mayor's purposo at tho time. When tho llconnes came up for ronewnVt thoy were hold up, MODEST" LITTLE QUAKE Ban FrnnQlscio, Juno 5. An oarth rjuako of easy, undulating movcniont nnd of sovornl sccoudrf dura tion ncourrod at 12H0 thUuornSjig. It was fait by many othor Califor nia cities, but no damage Is reported anywhere. -o- b . . .'.....-. -- . l.-v ...w.J llnvn. Wentz, a Wallace wining maa. anu(au iuhr " vu. wu. former friend of Slmpklns. who dft- was president and Haywood scorft clarod ho taught Slmpklns to write.' tary of tbo federation at that time. Ideatlfled his signature on the regU-jTha strike at Cripple oreok iras In ter as that of Slmpklns. He aUo' charge of W. V. Davis. ho led tbo Identified his photograph. taclc on tho Wardner mill. II M i Orchard was tho next wlUiess. He' 8. Davis offered him 1300 If ho seemed woll although somewhat nw-i would blov up the Vindicator tun vouf He crossed the room doc'nel. Ho got a wan by the name of ! i. . u.ui r. iha latter Joo Stbollr to go with hlrfl, tho wtlUUEU fc turn J " ww W"--- could have toucheJ hi. bad be so plan U-lnjf to blow up the non-union desired, but the defendant paid no worker, but they wero discovered attention to the laformer. Or- ana orc iu iwei. .u,.. chard'a first few atatcmenU were DaU ktd hlra o set a bomb In tUo made In ucb a lov tone that Vlndlcalor, to that when tho men eoold barflly be heard, bat be- palaed vera Kolnff to wprlt It would - a. ( & A fin jiahtJaAA klni ft Talk ttfAfl Z rHZiw clearly and dUtWttf. P!i Ho said he was bora la Jiortsuw&er- (ooua p fnm 9t. UU'W l'v tho Ship, Paris, Juno 6. A dispatch from Tunis sayH a coaster, with 70 man aboard, carrying contraband arms and ammunition, was blown up by the crow today, off Tunis, to oicapo capture. iii Kttlrm Men Indicted. Portland, Juno G, -Among the indlotsd furnlturo firms nro the Hoii Kurnlihlng Co., Max O. Duron. Qjnrenctt A. Hamilton, A. SooU. John A- Patterson, J. U. Ytvt- land. C. II. Measor, John Dee Stage ami John Dee Oarne. all of Salem. To Muko ChlcMgo Ikttutlfiil. Springfield, III., Juno I. Tho gov ernor today signed the Chisago char tr. This I the last move nasary to permit Chlsftgo to boautlfy. . o Hherldan Mmi MUalng. A dispatch from Venice, C'al., Tuesday, says: Ilenjarnln Htlllman, who recently came from Sheridan, Or., on a visit. Is missing from his son's homo In I-o Angeles. Foul play Is stiipested, a tho homo was found In disorder and 1400 missing. Rtlllman wax Aged 71. Another dispatch from Sheridan adds this informatien: "flenjamln II. Stlllroan and Ron, William Still man, left their mountain ranch on Salmon river, SO miles west of here, about a week ago. Their destination was Ixs AnKoleo, Thoy disposed of their ranch and stock beforo leaving Doth wero considered very eccen tric," 9 "" CfUssyM Markets1 Chlfsgo, June 5 Wheat W8 tltt, cor 6iQtVA, ot 49. Grant !i Per Cent. Advance. Dover, N. II., Juno B. Tho coltott manufacturers of this district, Includ ing tho Cochro Mnnufactuitng Co. ot this city, tho Great Valla Manufac turing Co. of Rnmornworth, and t Onlmon Falls Manufacturing Co., em ploying respectively 3300, 3000 ami 700 hands, have announced a Ave per cent IncroH&o In wages to go luto ef fect thla month, At tho enmo time tho working1 srhedulo will bo reduced from 80 to GK hours per week, In adcordaae with tho laV enacts at the recemt stwtflon ot tho Now llataklr 111 littnro. This Is tlio second flva er cent Increaso In wages since Chrlst man. o Want Pixkk'Ht AfHiktted. Iloiyton, Juno 6. FrlcMs ot h Mass Instltuto of Technology are dis appointed becauoo no president Is yet choson, They say Wheeler Is stilt considering tho off or, which In stllY open for him, according to tho trustee. O-f CR0KER WINS THE DERBY ICpsoti Downi, Kng., Juno C Of by, Richard Crokor's onlry, wtk J Huiff, Amertcsn, nj), won tk (rkr today. This Is tho third tlitto in tk history of this event that hh Awerl ran ban won, Orby camo homo two l0Htk ahead and woti from eight of tkfr best homua In fym world. Ht(H drods of Americana who bet on Otby from patrotlo motives, tftatlo a great killing, Orby figuring only rk h nlno tn ono shot. Tho king wsm among tho enormous throng of spec tators. Thcro was a heavy track oh account of tho morning rains, and : this aided Orby. FOUND BODY IN ' A WELL Minneapolis, June 6. Tho body of Mrs. Gathorlnit MeUart, who dli- appeared May 21st, was found to day lit an abandoned well on tip farm of her brother-in-law. neorgo KuteJbaoh. lr head hud been or tubed by u blunt luttrumeut. Of flrs surround the home, which KutMtbach has barricaded and Is lit ild. At Him tlmo of luir dUappuar ane ho said tho woman luft bU house fur u neighboring farm. A later report says Katulbaoh boa eluded the paste, and Is on a went bound train. Minneapolis, Juno C K.illsbach'r Ixidy wits found In tho woods near his farm this afternoon. It U sup posed he sommltted suloldu. A Peculiar Arrldent. lllrinlnghaut, Ala., uue 6. Threw men wero probably fatally hurt by tt train carrying pota of moltatt metal, which collided with a street car. Tho metal covered tho motormart and two passengers, and Ignited tho- oar, which was entirely consumed. ii ii i '. r n ! WatchlNK Ute Iackrr. Washington, Juno 6. -Tho Presi dent's attention has been called to tho raising of the price of meats, ami be U likely to start as Investigation by tho department of justice, to as certain If the raio Is tho nult Qf natural processea r tim4 by col lusion on the port of tho packers. Dr. J. f. COOK run wytwwkh wxnom, MOVWXTO M U3Wmt WW vok Art TitiitAm ni.it om im. cook:, roNffr ayio wwm.