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SALEM, ORKGON. FRIDAY, APRIL 5, 1007.
SALEMITE fASTS 41 DAYS
ow President Roosevelt Fooled Tobacco Trust
Oregon State Fair Bar Privilege to Be Rescinded This Year
Cyclone in the State of Louisiana Kills and injures Many
ire Arrests Are Made for Illegal Voting at Town of Woodburn
F.McAdams of This City
i Not Tasted Food for
icnduranco o( II F. McAdnms,
HI) North Commercial stroot,
jtu operated on for rhoumatlBin
r Sit months rro, is of much in-
i to the mcdlcnl world. Tho nf-
! mo Is past SO yenrB of ago.
! tu In a .weakened condition,
tit began his long fast, which
ki terminate in death. IIo wrts
kin with a scvero attack of gan-
iKreral months ago, and it bo-
ennio necessary to amputnte his toes
This Drs. Mott and Smith did, and
slnco ihlB feet have continued to
wasto away until thcro Is scarcoly
any flesh left.
Ills entire body assumes tho form
of a skeleton, but ho is perfectly
Bane, and can converse with his
friends. Ho has fasted ono day long
er than did Dr. Tnnnor, and Just how
ninny moro days he will survive can
not bo told by medical science.
Ills Btomnch is In such a condition
that oven tho odor of food causes
tho unfortunnto man extromo agony
and ho tnkos nothing but a littlo
Were Xot Good 81iotn.
San Salvndor, April 5. Tho Nica
rnguanwnrshlps, In bombarding Am
npaln, only damaged tho tower of ono
of tho churches. Donllla establish'
headquarters at Amapala. The Chi
cago waB ordored to tho Qulf of Fon
scca, to be near tho fighting.
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fHE ALWAYS BUSY STORE !
WTHK OKI VTI II VM ORANDKR RARGAIXS THAN KVKR IJK-
BEIN Tilt lOU.OWIXO D12PARTMICXTS OF 1'IXK BILKS.
GtHins, MII.LINKRY. LA 1)1 ICS COATS. LAD I US' SUITS.
W riTTHt.ns. SILK AVAISTS. F1X15 SHOKS. HIIIIIOXS.
lurt, mm;oiiu:itu, muslix uxdkrwkar, whitk noons,
In all the latest weave and materi
als, handsomoly trimmed and priced
nt prlcoB thnt will soil thorn quick
$8.90, $10.90, $12.50,
$13.50 and $15.
Nobby, stylish Jackets frosh from the
hands of tho manufacturers, In all
tho latost designs and stylos. Prices
$3.95, $4.50, $6.50 and
All saw material, tin
the beet sale prices.
$2.50, $2.05, $3.50,
$1.50 and $1.08.
If you want tho most
stylish model from
corset in America It la
here for you to look
at Also tho best wear
er; won't break down
Prices from 49c to
SALEM'S FASTEST GROWING STORE.
AXB COURT STfUCKTS. BAUD, OR.
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Refused the Tobacco
Pennsylvania Senator Says
He Did Not Reveal
Washington, April 5. Tho Prosl
dont 1b preparing to follow up tho
coup ho sprung on tho trusts yostor
day, tho report of which wus exclu
sively In theso dispatches. By tho
tlmo tho President cots through
grilling tho men accused of planning
to defeat his pollelcs, tho llvo tnll-'
Hon slush fund will dwindle Into
small proportions on account of
withdrawals. Tho President's right
hand man said teday: "As soon ns
wo gut nddltionnl facts wo will glvo
them to tho public." This stntomout
Is regarded as equivalent to tho nn
nouncemont that tho administration
has satisfactory evidence of n big
plot in Its possession. Among Inter
esting side lights added today to the
current revelations concerning the
Milloged Interest of great corporations
In the campaign of 1804 Is the fol
lowing from ono ou the Inside. Cer
tain trusts tried, through campaign
pnntrllmtliina in raiat an nnnlinr in '
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windward, so they mlg4it later se
cure Imiuuulty. Cortelyou eaveil the
administration nt least one embar
rassment, whon n reprosentatlvo of
the tobacco trust offered n cheek for
Hovurnl thousand for tho fund, nnd
CortOlyou rofusod It without expla
nations. Afterwards It developed
from papers ou fllo at Washington
that tho tobacco trust was among the
possibilities for prosecution. Papers
nru still in tho hands of Uonnparte,
Ytho Is now deciding whether he has
n oaso or not. Many similar Inci
dents nru rovoalod. Offors of such
help always woro rojootcd.
Who Sold Copy of His Private
Now York, April C Frank W.
1(111 was arraigned this morning on
tho charge of BslllngJInrrlmnn's let
ter to Wubstor to tho nowspapurs.
The caso was continued until Mon
day. IIo was roloasud on ball.
Hill was omployod in Harrlmnn'B
ofllco for 21 years. About n yonr ngo
Jio was discharged bocattso of fric
tion with othor employes. Recently
he ontorcd tho brokorngo odlco of
Copolnnd & Dorcmun.
Tho action against Hill wnB taken
under a section of the penal code,
Svifloh 'Jennca ns a misdemeanor tho
act of a "person who wilfully and
without authority either tnkos n let
ter, tologrum or prlvnto pnpor be
longing to another, or copy thereof
and publishes tho wholo or any part
thereof." Assistant Dlstrlot Attor
ney Kndtt line charge of tho ease,
and It was said the arrest will, it is
believed, discourage the publication
of letters of uuother prominent man
which, according to report, had re
cently been offered for sale.
The copy of the Ilarrlinsn letter.
In which the writer stated the chief
executive had appealed to him for
Hindu for the 100 ( campaign, made
It le alleged, from Hill's stenog
raphic notes and his handwriting,
was offered for sale to a Ilrookiyn
paper, and Inter to a New York pa
per, both of which deollned to purchase-
It. The New York paper turned
the copy over to the dlstrlot attorney.
Philadelphia, April fi. Seuator
Ponsroso &ayn: "It Is absolutely
untrue,"' vfhen asked concerning the
statomont that ha was tho man who
gave away the trust plot agalnet
Roosevelt at a dinner. lie said he
had always been a supporter of
Roosevelt and his pdlloies.
Washington, April S. Penrose's
application for membership in the
American Club was turned down at
the White House, whon Cortelyou
put in a blaok ball this mornlag,
saying that Penrose's denial was of
no interest there. His name had not
beA mentlonod In the news they
gave out about tho dinner.
The senator denied that he ever
heard of tho "rich men's conspiracy"
to prevent Rooserelt naming his suc
cessor. He never attended a dinner
at wbleh It la aaid that a bibulous
diner "snlohed." Ho nevor hoard of
the IS. 000.080 slush fund.
Worst Cyclone Yet.
Now Orleans, April G. Tho Cen
tral Louisiana cyclone this morning
wna tho most disastrous. Mcagro de
tails from point? Indtcato large loss
of llfo and property. At Jnckson tho
Btato Insano asylum wna wrecked,
three killed nnd tho lkio residence
dcHtroyed. Miss Leo wna killed, II.
II. Ferguson fatally Injured. Two
nogroos wero killed on tho way go
ing to KullorB plantation, it is esti
mated thnt tho asylum dnmngo In a
qunrtor of a million.
Troop Heady (for Shipyard Strike.
Lornlne, O., April 5. Ominous
preparations nru making for cxpuctcri,
troublo In tho shipbuilding strike.
Ono company of infantry Is drilling
at tho armory, nnd rapld-llro guns are
out The commander snys threo or
four companlos will bo nocoHsary to
protoot tho yards. Tho governor
wlron thnt troops wlU be ready to
inarch to the yards It tho mayor
Two Cases Are Being
Tried at Woodburn
Ignorant German Hungarian
Was Tricked Into
State Fair May Be
come Dry Institution
Privileges Way, Follow
Fate of Peel Selling
Democratic Governor of Min
nesota Leads Bryan
Lincoln. Neb., April 5. Doth
housed today adopted resolutions
oommeadtsg Roosevelt's course in
the Harlrmaa row, praising the
President for tho patrotlc devotion
with which he stands for a square
A poll of the Minnesota legisla
ture today was one for Republican
presidential candidates, Roosevelt x
eluded, and resulted: Taft 4S, La
Follette IS, Root 1C, Hughes C, Can
non 2, Dolllver 3, Fairbanks, Uever
Idge and Cortelyou each one. Dam-
oeratlc: Governor Johwwa 29, Hry
Tttuts Han Rucket-Hliopfi.
Austin, Texas. April 6. The
buokot-nhop people are much JU
turbed at tho passage of the Watson
bill In the senate, prohibiting the
establishment of bucket-shops, 'Im
posing a penalty for conducting one.
Rut as this bill make a distinction
between bucket-shops and commls
sion houses, the sharpest pcoplo who
run busket-ahops think they may olr
oumvent the law protectors, and un
der the guise of commission housos,
do a real bucket-shop trado as han
dily as before, without blackboards
and the usual paraphernalia of
WooduurH. Or., April 6. Andrew
Otter was a r reel ml tills nioriilitg on
a warrant sworn otit In Justlae
1 1 aye's court, charging him with IIUh
gal voting nt the polls here Monday.
Qster le a German about 30 years old
and otune to this country about Hep
tombor ID, 1908, voted here at Hie
city election April 1st, and took out
his first naturalisation papers April
3d, two days after the election.
John St. Onge, who was arrested
yeeterday, charged with the snmu of
lease, entered a plea of not guflty
this morning, and his trial was set
for Thursday of next week at 10
o'clock. The oxeeutlre eommltte of
the Law and Order League, of this
city, are very native, and other ar
rests are expeetd In the near future.
Vmh Otter appeared at the ooun
ty clerk's olnse In Haletn to get his
papers ne was asoompanied ay a
friend from dermis, and oeuld not
Ieak a word of Ungllsh. It Is be
llered that he was trleked into vot
ing, and did to Ignoraut of the laws
of Die country.
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Alexandria, La., April 5. It Is
now known that some are killed and
many Injured, and over CO houses
blown down by the tornado this
morning, shortly after midnight. Tho
Identified dead are lloto Dudley,
Couvllllon White, John Dreok and
M. I. Dunn. Thlrtoon wero taken to
the hospital, and some aro fatally
Tho state fair hoard may rescind.4
tho bar privilege that ian boon,
granted to Hilly Ayera for $300' per
day during tho noxt stato fair. IIo
alwnyn hnd tho pool prlvllugcN In tho
pant, but that was cancelled thin yoar
after haying been vlrtunlly granted,
and then Aycre was given tho bar,
prlvilvgo, but tho hoard in contort
ing recalling It nnd runnliiR tjiofnlr
this year without pool nelllaji or
liquor Belling on tho grounds. This
will bo a swooping obnngo from tho
past, and will put tho Ktato out of
(he gambling and saloon ItUBlnwe.
Whatever Is donoon that lino will
have to be done down in tho city sa-
toons, and If (he state Buffers a finan
cial deficit the IcgUlaturo will havo
to make It up. It is the gonera!
opinion of progrusslvo ponplo thnt
the time has oome for tho statu to gcv
out of the retail liquor liuslnuas, M
well as aysteinntlo plundering of tho
unwary by mentis of tho Helling of
pools on horse races. Tho result
will ho sober crowds nnd houosfe
races, If tliete g stum a thing no,
Is Probably Too Big to
Ever Wear Stripes
Chicago, April B. -Another ln
dlrtaisHt containing 175 counts wan
returned today against Walsh, charg
ing him with misappropriation of 3,
seo.eso and falslfylag Imak rprt
to the oamptroller of national banks,
Jttroiiui Will OppoMi tins Ititport.
New York, April 6. It Is officially
reported this afternoon that Jeromo
has given up his fight against the lu
sinned Monday. An authorltaUvo
source says he will not appeal to thu
hlghor oourt, but will argue- ngalutit
the court's acceptance of tho report.
Lout His Wife, and Klllud 1'untits.
Chicago, April & Adam Itholn,
a god f0. falling to get his wifo at tho
home of her parents, this afternoon
killed tho parents, John llounuoll,
68, and Mrs. Rommoll, 62, and thoij
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Dr. J. F. COOK
TIIH lK)TANIOAIi DOCTOR,
MOVED TO t LIKKHTV 8TKKK?
IXM ANY I)WaK OALIi OX IK,
COOK. VOSHVUTATtOX KKIW.