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IE1V. FAIH T0S1GI1T, FRIDAY FAIIi AND WARMEIt.
AIL Y CAPITAL JOURNAL SU.EM, OKKGON. TIIUKSIUY, Jl'SK 0, 1007. NO. 199. RCHARD BUTCHER OF MEN vIl ayor Schmitz the Assassin of Public Morality IFT ON THE OCEAN HIP 6ETS FALL Ism Breaks After One Success- frip and Aeronaut Bcachc, Mng to the Wreck, Drifts (cssly in Sight of Thousands. dd, Juno u. uunging nope- tho fragile frame of the nir whlch ho had made a suC- llglit over the city today, Lin-. ich, of San Francisco, Is ; to sea, tho mcchaulsm of the having broken down. Un- i fleet of launches sent in jur vertnkc him, tho aeronaut loomed. Ho is being watched (00 people. Dcacho today ', flight from Wonderland Park du Commons, stilling ov r tho it tho city, and alighting ifter having traveled against kind. Boston, June C, A mile at sen Doaoho opened tho valve of his air ship and sttled into tho water. Boacho clung to tho bag, nnd tho eb bing tido carriod him onothor half mllo before tho Winthropo Doach life saving crew caught up and took him. exhausted, ""from the water. Tugs towed tho airship nshoro. It is practically unharmed. KXDOHSI2 KXOX. Pennsylvania Kepubllcnns to Hun n Favorite Son. HnrrlBburg, Pa., Juno C, Tho TTo publlcan Btato convention today adopted a platform endorsing Knox for President, nnd turned down Pen rose's candidate for stato treasurer, thus indicating that Ponroso is slat ed for rotlremont. o To Iilmv Up Hotel. New York, Juno C. A letter slgnod tho "Black Hand" demanded $3000 from tho proprietor of tho St. Itegls or the houso would bo blown up. This Is tho third attempt In thrco years, and onco several apart monts wore wrecked by explosives. Chicago Markets. Chicago, Juno 6. Wheat 94 OT't, corn G4, onts 4 8 ; (, 4 7 Vi . Helen fiougnr Dead. La Fayette, Ind., Juno C. Mrs. Helen Cougar, lecturer and writer, aged GG, dropped dead hero this morning. KILLING WAS HIS TRADE MURDER A FINE ART Orchard Went Deliberately at Work to Assassinate His Victims With Less Feeling Than the Avcrago Man Has On Killing a Snake. HICAG0 STORE PEOPLES BARGAIN HOUSE Otir New York uyers Arc Fellows Busy nr now receiving goods daily from our Xew York buyers that kc greatest values tliat were ever hceu la tills part or tno vrorlu. (it new aierchnndlso tlint will coninuind tho attention of up-to. fewell dressed Ladle.. Remember our prices aro always tho lowest r Sale of White Is is in II Blast Beautiful Summer Suits At All Prices in on tho av dewn: following goodB fcton Lawnp, an Llnons dte Wash Suitings Idle Wnsh China Silk lilte Wool Drvhs Goods Mlo Linen Dress Goods Wte Dotted Swiss Jlte Organdies Jtc Silk Mulls Wte Parasols Wto Underskirts It Summer Underwear, Ho IUbbous Ito I .aces e Kmbroldcrlcn ito Shoes Ite Long Gloves Wto Belts Ito Lace Curtains Ite Hosiery Ito Trimmed Hats ito Shirt Waists $230, $3.50, $4.50, $6.50, $8.50 and up; Great Values SALEM'S FASTEST GJtOWLVG STOKE. McEVOY BROS. 0040QCHCULL AXB COURT STRXKTS. &AUM4, ON. Boise, Juno C. It wns a complcto battery of legnl guns that assembled about tho defenso tnblo whon Or chnrd rosumed tho stand in the liny wood murder trial today. Orohnrd wns brought in from Hnwlcy's nfllco, surrounded by a heavy guard of nnned men, and was at onco escort ed to tho stand nnd rcHUiuod his story. Ho declared ho know J. Wolf, who was n collector for Pettlbono, mid that tho latter sent him n regis tered letter from Donvor, Orchnrd declared ho got his Information about Brndloy from a ncrvaut girl named Bell, employed by Brndloy, and his cook, a Mrs. Colo. Ho loft San Francisco' two weeks after Iho Bradley explosion "and "gof to Denver beforo Christmas, 1004. Ho dlBgulscd hlmsolf as a soldior and woro smoked glasses. Pettlbono told him ho'd dono a fair Job on Bradley, but ho should have klllod him. Or chard went to Adam's houso, whero ho remained in hiding for n whllo. Ho sworo ho suw Haywood tho night he roachod Donvor, nnd declared tho lnttersnld: "Drndtoy maimed would bo n living exnmpln of what Imp pnnod to such men." Haywood told him ho could havo all tho money he wanted, but ho must kqop out of sight. During his stay in Donvor ho saw liny wood nnd Pettlbono fort nightly at tho formor'u rosldonco and tho Inttor's store. Thoy wnntod him to holp him nssnsslnato Judge Oub bort, of tho supromo court, who do ollnod to ralease Moyor, who had boon arrostod at Tellurldo. He and Adams hung about Oabbert's houso with shotguns for a tiino, but did not sco him. They thon unsuccessfully tried to kill Ponbody. According to OrchnrJ, tho latter was doslred killed by Haywood, who said If Peabody waif again son tod as gover nor organized labor would have to leave Colorado. He, Adams and Stove Ackerman made a lead bomb of powder, giant do anything for the rolonso of tho ini iprl&Qned miner, nnd ho spent a month watching tho Ooddard house, with Atlnms, hoping for a chnnco to Bhoot through tho window, but failed Wont 1o Canyon City early In April In ordor to try ngaln to kill Ponbody, who had resigned from ofllco. Ho went there on tho Joint ordor of Moyor, Haywood nnd Pottibone. Moyer told him there must bo no mistake, but ho must got tho out of tho way this tlmo. Hnywood, ho swore, told him to mnko suro of killing Ponbody. Pettlbono suggest ed that ho got a position as agent of tho Mutual Lite, which would glvo him entry to tho Peabody houso. Ho applied for tho Job, and gavo tho leaden of tho federation as refer once. Ho was glvon tho contract, and went at onco to Canyon City, nnd decided that ho could caBlly blow up Ponbody as tho lnttor sat by tho win dow In tho front part of his houso every evening, Ho took a room a block away from tho Penbody houso. Ho then wont back to Donvor nnd r.oportod to Haywood, Moyor nnd Pot tlbono, who told him to mnko n bomb. Ho had n plumber mnko him n lod pill, whloh ho said ho wan go- REAGAN ON THE STAND FRENCH HAD TO DI6 Mayor Put Up a Job On Iho Restaur ant Keepers and Made Them Put Up Coin Before They Could Pro euro Ltcenso 8nn Francisco, Juno 6. This is ladles' day at tho Bchmltt trial. Lit tle groups of women dotted tho nudl once, nnd followed tho testimony of tho wltnosscs with careful Interest, nnd Hinllod with appreciation when tho opposing nttornoys clnshod in n Ik V rM iw.krll JHmI3w WVf 7i K B w .tjKisisisisHvlp M sssFMsflsr m 1 lU V 'srBSSM ppi bsjbawbssp 5l -' H V issisP ifiPBsv 1 wZyM sH' HKralftEr 1 mMWVZ XTr r-fW UUJ y tr of tho chnirmnnidilp of tho polico board, Ho worked himself into n torrlblo passion, nnd accused ruo"oC opposing his caudidato for tho clinlr- mnnshlp. Ho snld ho had n notlott to Instantly demand my resignation. Drlnkhouso said ho could hnvo his. I said ho could not hnvo mine, nnd then things calmed down, and protty; Boon luef appeared. Tho mayor gnvo us whisky and cigars, and Itttef said: "Tom," moHnlng me, "wo will vota for tho Fronch roKtaurants. "Ko ho won't," said tho mayor. JAPAN'S YELLOW PAPERS Washington, Jnno 0. Tho socro tary of tho Japnneso embassy, In speaking concerning tho publication In Japnn of belligerent nontlmontft ngnlnst this country on account of tho Snn Francisco affair, says: "It tliu reportri that tho papers havo spoken nu you sny nro truo, it Is un important. Yellow Journalism ox Ists In Japan tho samu ns In America Tho clamors of surh papers do not reflect tho viows of tho government, and will hnvo no effect In shaping Ja pan's course. o - AFTER COAL ROADS" fOflnru oovcuwoU or irifiiio fyPffi MM A tKXtO Washington, Juno 6. Tho bllii tho govornmont Is preparlHg against tho nnthroclto ronds timy bo tiled.' within two weeks. Tht bill will point out Hint tho rood hnd a ktIp of stool upon tho nnthrnclto fields, tho niinunl output of which Is ovor 00,- 000,000 tons. Tho bill shows th road owned most of tho stock of tho coal companies, nnd had tidewater connections, so they controlled tho coal from Its bed in tho ground to tho Ureplaco. Japanese" know HOW TO STRIKE log to use to plant cactus In, nnd wordy confllot. By 1Q o'olook every both ho and Adams went to Canyon .beneh in tho court room was filled. City. Unto Hawley producod the luadjThure In a crowd again standing In receptlolo, which Orchard sworo was the nlsliM. HchmiU Is surrounded by the bomb ho had mentlonod. Hay-In full quota of uttoriioys, and still cane and add, and pnt It under the, """" whoro Poaboly,-:" "" wood lounwl forward and closely serutlnlzod the bomb. Orchard wai loaded In the basement maintain a tionfldentlal attitude. Toklo, Japan, Juno (5. Mntsuva- mn dispatches say tho striking mn ers at tho Ilesshl nopper mine arti using dynumltu freely. Tho tolo phono station was destroyed nnd tho elerk burned to death. It Is roportod Pianos oaeiiy, secretary oi tii,that the strikers Intend to destroy twlm ntttt rs(uilift an I lir. rt . . . .. K . sidewalk at a spot whoro Poabwly ,-"-"-'' ......-..-..-. .-- .....-... ... ,n mo entire mine. Troops navo neon erowod dally, and strotohed a wire ol '-'un suiro. inn inner iip;wnnwe. me iMiimony was noiuuiK gont to the scene of tho disturbance, from tho bomb to a doorway a block " h.,n' t0 ,on1,, " . T.hy P.Ut..8 IMW.lhn. ry recital of tho. 0 whUu wi, pounus oi puwuur lino n, nn iun rwewrus in ino oumniiHiuu UlirillK' away, snow. two As the governor came along P iMo Vtt,U Al Cn?oa CiLykm " lh l'rM rtetmiwntii FVinFNftF .i ... -,,. -i. .n iB giani oaps wire piaaeu in an ur-iwvrn neiiig auaoKou uy mo pouoo . s. i iiti ivu Wffll VmUM UHI1IV .,WII Mil. were on the wro whon tho governor! reaehed the h&1, and tho bomb could not be exploded. They took the bomb away and reported their fail ure to Pettlbone, who said It was too bad. They made a couple of other attempts to shoot Peabody and Gab bert. but failed, and alio triod at Haywood's Instance, to assassinate Frank Harne. president of tho Colo rado Fuel & Iron Company. They bung around tho house, but failed to tvt him. Haywood told him that David Moffatt. the big Denver flnan- clr was behind the entiro opposb raagomont with a small alarm clook, CemmlMlonors Mutton and HouRnn. m thoy could hour decided be exploded at upon. Peabedy i any .Thomas Heagan was reoalled, and ro was sutned tho story of the mayor's as- Ho said having his houso reconstructed and sault upon tho rostaurant4. had changod his habits, so he could the mayor told him to vote agajnst not get a ohanoe to plant the bomb, all Kronah restaurant liceasos, whloh so be left It loaded In the grip In the j he did. otwrdlng houso kept by a man ! toJl tJl0 ,ayor," said Heagan, named Vaughn. He left Canyon ' j,eard 138.000 was raised by tho City and wsnt Into Arkansas valley, Fr0noh estaurants with which to -where he wrote life asd ball lnsur-j0Mr0 licenses." The mayor told wo aneo, and then went back to Denver h0 W0U investigate and report, and land reported his failure to Poltl- h.. - tbW a.vil ,.ike4i intt to vole or lione. Ho said be had told Vaughn by!tH0 Hconsos, and I said I should voto aeoldent what he was trylnij to do, fof tn0 0ense: that I should Tote Hon to the federation, and asked'10 tbat I'ettlbone dlreoted blm to for ,tlra on po,itoal grounds, as OF CRUEL TORTURE him to (Rveetlgate his residence and see If he eenld get an opiortunlty to kill hlrn. Ho and Adams spent sev eral days watching Moffatt, but flsally decided It would bo a risky job to kill Moffatt. I-ater Haywood purehawd a horse and buggy o bo could get about town handily unno ticed Harlag failed with Oabbert. Hay wood asked Orcbard to try to kill Jade Coddard. Later bo refused to Cleveland, O., June 8. Thu body of n man was found In tho Ohio ca nal near hero today. It was tlKhtly wrapped In wire, which was placodt about tho body when tho wlro wits. rtd hot. Red hot wires had beeu thrust Into tho throat ami ubdoweu quit. Then ho made another bomb to many rich peoplo were patrons of try to again kill oabbort. 'too Frenoh restaurants. Tho mayor (.....,... . t..t... ..' l:. ..uwvM.uvn u niiuvnvM mm UU) kllllli- l'tirlli or To-Morrow, Hubby Quick? Tho night glaaa- ea. Another of thoio Infernal Hy hk This bomb was placed In a vacant Mm tbey wotlJ(1 )0 aDKTy t tht)y tot on tbo corner of Colfax and Km arson streets, which the Judge crossed dally. Pettlbono aided blm In planting tbo bomb. Had a wire on the bomb to which was attached ft poketbook, so (hat when lifted It would overturn tbo bottle of sul phuric acid and explode tho bomb. were closed. I told tbo mayor that he made mo cloio them, and now I could not vote for them. Raw flio mayor at his home tho next Sunday; had asked wo to come, nnd ho re ceived me cordially, took my bat and coat, and led mo down stairs. Com missioner Drlnkhouso came la and (SUiSyv!ira th mayor opened tho subject uey stack, and 1 want to take tbo number." Taller. Dr. J. F. COOK THH MOTAXICAL BOOVOit, MOYKU to w umswrr isTm FO AXY UM.KAWK CALL ON tttt, COOK. 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