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SALEM, OREGON, THURSDAY, APRIL I, llH)7
HAW DECLARED SANE
Weaty Italians Btmed in San Francisco
Roosevelt Will Cay on Campaign Against Corporations
o Railroad Strike-All Differences Are Now Settled
a Night Jailor
iltielw, April 4. A daring
; wni attempted at 2 o'clock
MraliiE at the county Jail by
tSuckpole, tho convicted raur-
joMlsehusbUnd of Mrs. Aurolla
Joseph Flcnnor, a burglar,
mriwner named Dome. Flon-
I Borne were shot by the night
kOxarXorell, whom tho threo
kuueked. Tho wounded men aro
a!j Injured Norell was at-
tube was making tho rounds.
vtokn he could be orerpoworcd
tf kli revolver and llred.
Washington Eecutlvp Takes Part
In, Waitresses' Festivities.
Sonttlo, April 4. C-ov. A. E. Mead
led tho grand march at tho waitress
es' ball last night with MIbb Eva Mc
Gullom, prosldont of tho local union,
as his partner. Deforo ho vas swop
into tho mazes of tho danco tho gov
ornor mado a short talk to tho crowd
at tho hall, congratulating tho wait
resses upon tho bucccss of thoir af
Tho waitresses hold their ball in
Eagles' hall, about fiOO persons attending.
Railroad Commission to Meet nt
Helena, Mont., April 4. Tho rail
road commisBon of Montana, with tho
railroad commissions of Idnho and
Oregon, will meet with tho Washing
ton rnllrond commission noxt month
to discuss ttho railroad situation in
Chicago, April 4. Wheat 70 Q1
7G, corn 45, oats 43042.
"peoples a ak&mn iroasE t
t i wawKa
HE ALWAYS BUSY STORE!
(IN VTI.lt !) GHANHKR HAUfiAI.VS THAN' KVKIt 11K.
IN Till IOLLOWING RKPARTMKNTS OK KINK SILKS,
8 GOODS, MII.MNKKY. LADIES COATS. T.A11IKA SHITS.
PTrilX)Ts, SILK WAISTS, wivu sunus imiuimvs
3. EJIUi:oil)I IRKS, MUSLIN UNRHRWKAIt. WII1TI8 fiOODS.
Fine N '
In all the latost woaves and matorl
als, handsomoly trimmed and priced
nt prices that will soil thorn quick
$8.90, $10.90, $12.50,
$13.50 and $15.
Nobby, stylish Jaokots fresh from the
hands of tho manufacturers, in all
tho latost doslgnB and stylos. Prices
$3.95, $4.50, $6.50 and
All new material, th3
'he best salo prices.
$2.30, $2.05, S3.B0,
$1.30 and $4.08.
If you want tho most
tyllsh model from
'WMt la America It Is
fcere for you to look
y,19g Sl- Alio tho beat wear
WT r. won't break down
Prices from 49c to
8AIW FASTEST GROWING STORE.
That Is What Presi
dent Fears Now
Looks As If He Would Make
Himself a Candidate
aXD COURT fmu&TS.
Washington, April 4. Additional
dotullB of tho gignntlc political con
spiracy, which tho Prosldont charges
is bolng formed by corpornto Inter
osts, to dofoat his policies, was glv
on out at tho White Houso this after
noon. "Tho mon who aro engineer
ing tho schomo havo n fund of $5,
000,000 already subscribed to of
foct their purpose said tho adminis
Will Stop nt Nothing.
'Tho flgh.t on tho Prosldont nnd
tho trial of tho ' conspirators goes
right across tho continent. Thoy will
Btop nt nothing. They will buy nows
pnpors, loglslaturos or votos if noc
ossnry to down tho President." Whon
asked how tho Prosldent lonrned that
this conspiracy was afloat, tho spokes
man replied: "It nil came out nt n
illniiar wlion n frlaml of Tfnrrlmnn. I
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Hearst, and the Rockefellers, epe-.
dally the latter, attempted to gain ( ! !
some new converts to. the schome. ; ;
Aa It Imiinanail tin va In Hi mlilst!--
of the Presidents friends, but he was
too drunk to act with Judgment. He
gave the whole thins away, but I
don't rare to say when nor where tho
dinner took place." The President
refused to see a representative of the
Hearst newspnpers today.
llnrrltiutii Has Knougli.
New York, April 4. Hnrrlmau
has got enough. He wants to atop
the oontrovorsy, and also wants the
last word. Hero-It Is: "I don't in
tond to conti'nuo this controversy.
You gentleman (addressing tho news
paper men, assembled at his re
quest,) must help mo by not asking
me to answer any Questions, tho an
swers to whioh aro solf-ovidont. Ev
erybody knows thnt tho content for
the senatorshlp In Now, York 1904
was betweon Depew And Illaok.
There oould not poeslbly have been
any more candidates."
Thwro Wan "No Rargaln,
'There was no bargain whereby
money was to be raised in considera
tion of having Depew appointed min
ister to Frnnee or made senator
My letter to Webster does not so
state. That part of tho agreement
was not the purpose. It was the har
monlzing of tho IllacV and Depew
forces. If It became necessary. That
Is all, gentlemen, thank you." lie
refused to 'talk further.
WllMt ItOONUtdt Itullcvps.
Prosldont Rooeevolt boliovos there
Is a conspiracy on foot to dofoat the
polities he has advocated, and to
costrol the Republican national con
vention next year, and that the men
who are behind the movement are
men who wore identified with an or
ganlzed effort In 1903 to defeat the
President for nomination in 1904.
Edward H. Harrlman Is cltod aa
one of the ringleaders. Others be
lieved by tho President to be In the
game are representatives of tbo Rock
efeller Interests, men closely Identi
fied with those trusts which have
be-n pursued by the present admin
titration and Wirtiam R. Hearst.
The first moves of these conspira
tors, according to White Houbo In
formation, aro being mndo now In
Ohio, Now York, Pennsylvania and
California. Tho Prosldont tnlkod
freely Tcgnrdlug theso ranttcrs with
nowBpnper men today.
Fight Roosevelt Policy.
Todny ho believes it is rt fight
ngnlnst tho Roosovclt policies, tho
primo purpose bolng to control tho
nntlonnl convention of next yenr
nnd name a Presidential candidate
who will bo tho nntlthqsls of all thnt
Mr. HoobovoU stands for. Tho Pres
ident pointed out today that tho right
three years ago fizzled out nnd failed
signally. Ho la sorenoly confident
that tho present light will coiuo to n
Onco tho pooplo of tho country
know tho truth of what Is bolng
done, It Is tho Presidents bollof thnt
all tho financial and corpornto pow
ers combined cannot nominate nnd
olect n President who will do whnt
thoy wnnt dono In tho Whlto Houso.
Will Ro Fight la 1D0H.
Tho nttltudo tho Prosldont la tak
ing In political matters is accepted
hero ns ovldonco thnt ho will bo la
tho fight In tho notional convention
noxt yenr, opouly nnd ngRcssIvoly.
Ho takes tho position thnt principles
and policies of such lmportnnco nro
Involved that ho feels It is his duty
tho announcement was mado. A
written report was hnnded to tho at
torneys, whom tho court told he
would hear any remarks they wished
to make. It means tho trial will bo
Jcrome'ii Noxt Move,
llnrtrtu'go rccolvcd his copy and
frlnnfAil tinnHlv ttirmtr.ll It. ITft
turned to livulyn quickly, nodded
Hflrl tn H3VA limft Tild BW cheerily.
This Is Wedding Anniversary
of Unhappy Thaw
This wna tho
first Intllnatlon thnt tho crowded
court room hnd of tho nature of tho
report. Joromo rend tho roport and
announced that ho would havo furth
er reports to mnko on tho finding.
Later ho asked for tho commission's
minutes. Ho stated ho hail promised
tho commlHslonortt not to uso It In tho
trial, In enso resumption of dovolop
inuuts or nrgumonts were brought
Sn Ym-U Anrll 4 To.lnV la the uuluu,u,v l,,u ""'" "
second anniversary of tho wedding , ' M"0 to ll 81 r",nrkB J10
of tho Thaws In Pittsburg. Evolyn " "m i'. i uio ....
' Hlltlltal tltlil lit ltd II. nltll f lit 11jI ttlJlttl
,.!,! ltM litiiiKnnfl nnfh' TnV . " '" inuiufen. nu vuimmivu wun
IUIVVU HVII " rf ..-.-.,
prosonts wore sunt to nor noioi. i no
n 11 mi 1 1 in h
Will Continue His Campaign of Strenuous Politics
With More Personality
WASHINGTON', APRIL I. "FROM NOW ON IT WILL UK A
PKUIT LV TIIIC OPIfiN RKTU KK.N Til It I'UKSIDIC.NT AND HIS
KNICAIIUS. ALL TIIIC WORLD WILL IIIC AIILIC TO KICK TIIK
PHKTTIKST OK SCRAPS Pl'LLKD OKI' IN MANY A VIMIt." THIS
COHl!CXT WAS MARK TODAY RV A HIGH OKKK'IAL OK TIIK
ADMINISTRATION CLOHK TO TIIK PRKSIDKNT. IIIC CONTIN
IKDs "TIIK PRKSIDKNT WKLt O.MKD TIIK OPPORTl NITY OK
PLACING HARRLMAN AMONG HIS K.N KM I KH. HKRKAITKR IN
HIS SPKKCHliS, INSTAD OK GKNKRAL1T1I4S AGAINST DK.MA
GOGt'KS, UK WILL ROLI)LYDKCIRK THAT Ill IIATJiH MK.V
LIKK HARRLMAN. TIIK PRKSIDKNT IS GLAD OK HARHI
MAN'S KITI'RK K.NMITY. IT Ml'ST HK IN TIIK OPKN, AND HK
COURTS TIIK K.NMITY OK SUCH MKN."
this lino briefly, nnd thon asked for
111 I !.!. 1.. ...!., ...I.... I l.
prisoner's mall was heavy with -con-)"' w,,c" l" wmjiHwrnu
griltutntloilB uhiu iiiij 4ui wm u jinMiiumuii.
All four of tho lawyers, except nBnMt u, conllnunuco of tho trial
Delnms, wcro in court early. Tlioro . oj1 ,lho Kround that tho commission
was no word from tho commissioners violated tho statute In excluding him
Tho attorney woro nervous ntfdaho 'r'n ,l8mi l"110 owmlnntlon ot
prisoner anxious, Tho Jurors growTI,aw' 'lll "- Jonlod Joromo'a
impatient nt bolng kept out otthonro,"Mt t0 e wnunlsslon's inln-
' ' utos.
Jmuuo RoukIm Kindliig.
I JiistJco Fitzgerald may or may not
ncoopl tho r&porl, nccordjng, to Iila
own dlHcretlon. Ho nunnuncbd that
ho would hear tho attorneys on the
matter. Jerome severely orltiolsod'
tho methods of the commission. He
said: "A fHSu of Hiieh liiiportunoe
will be cited In years to come. The
precedent established hero, If the re
port Is adopted, will permit n court
to nppolnl a conuiilsclon or three law
yers, who oould ho into secret hw
slon nnd decide thu fate of any mini."
J; The Jury was excused until Monday.
HM I HI 1 1 K-M-H-4-t'l i l-H-W-Hj
HI I I I I I I I II I I I I III M I I I IrHttffrtl I I I I II I I I I I II I I I
to Ignore tho traditional "Immls off"
rule that has kept some President
from meeting any effort to influence
the nomination of their suceeteor.
A Sloiy Proroftv.
San Fruuolsco, April 4. Four
Jurors were secured yesterday. Ik-
amlnatlon ot venlrmen In the Huef
case was reeumed this morning, but
no iirogreiM made. The grand Jtiry
this afternoon again took up the
Home Telephone Company, it ox
poet to finish toduy. No new indlot
monts today, but somo nre expeeted
Saturday. Word of Detwller's arrest
is momentarily oxpooted. The capi
talist was looated at Urand Rapldi,
Michigan, yostqrday, but oseaped iu
an auto before thu detectives arrived.
IUtnk TwIIer Heiit(inril.
Clnclnantl, O., April 4. Uert Cav
agna, defaulting receiving toller of
tho First National Dank, was Indict
ed this morning, charged with embez
zling over $23,000. Ho pleaded guil
ty and was sentenced to six years.
Ho was taken to the prison this af
Columbus, O., April 4. Dr. Haugh
accused of murdering his. parents,
was granted a respite until April 19,
Ills day for electrocuting bad been
set for Friday,
trial room until the hearing was
opened. Finally at 11:30 the Jury
was admitted and oourt eouvened.
Immediately the Jury was excused
until S o'elook, owing to thu faot tUt
the eoiHiuleeiou had iwt completed
CoiiiiiiUnIoii .M'ny Ro Divided.
It la understood tho commlsson'ls
divided In Its opinion. It la reported
that Putzel failed to ngruu with the
legal members In considering Thaw
sane. Thu court hoped to get iir
unanimous opinion. Membors evi
dently bellevA thl Ib Impossible, If
given a little moro time for dUous-
sloij. This Is the reason for ad
journment until this afternoon.
Liiiiiicy C'oiiimlkioii Split.
Dr. Putzel withdrew from the
council of the commissioners shortly
beforu noon, and left McUulru and
Olney In consultation with Fitzger
ald. It Is reported that Putzol has
finally withdrawn. Ho declined to
discuss the reasons for his disagree-
mont with tho other members of th
commission that examined Thaw.
ConmilIoiii-rs Hold Thaw Banc.
An unanimous roport from tho
commissioners was handed In by
Fitzgerald to the attorneys ou both
sides about 2:30 o'clock this after'
noon, holding Thaw sano and capable
of directing his own defense. Neith
er Thaw, nor the Jury, nor the com-J
First Admission Made by tho
Chloago, April 4. Morrlaaey this
afternoon said a settletHUHt af tho
Ntrlke was poselblo. This Is the first
time thejahor lendem have admitted
that peace was In sight. Morry
will that. If the managers would
yield u fow minor puluto, the em
ployes will accept their ilateet propo
sition mado to them. It Is belltve 1
a oouferenee thla afterneon will r
sult In a settlement.
Kiwkeuiiinn for tho roads this af
ternoon fiiiutiuuuod that every point
In tho dispute wan settled. The bashf
of thu settlHinont was a tun-hour day
for the tnetijn tho work train sorvloe
The lucroase of wngeu average tun
per cent. Forty-nine railroads nnd
49,000 men aru affected by tho sut
tlement. Tho I nor ewe amounts to
f 1.600.000 annually.
Will Ro No Strike.
Chicago, April l.Nell announced
that the commissioners would mak9
dotlui'o announcement boforo 4
o'clock. Asked If It was nence. ho
said: "Draw your own conclusions."
LaterThere will be no strike All
differences aro sottled.
Dr. J. F. COOK
THH DOTANICAL DOOTOK,
.HOVKI) TO W XJWKHTlf srYMKNT
FOR AN imKABM OAWU OM V.
mlMloaers were In tl.o room when COOK CONSULTATION num.