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SAfcEM, ORKGON, 8ATUUDAY, APRIL 0, 1007.
OURNE GAVE DINNER
here Anti-Roosevelt Plot Was Disclosed
Conference to End All the Central American Wars
,:,"" - "'
few Move to Withdraw More Oregon School Lands
of Chicago Has Two
Mayor's In Office
; Franclico, April c muio
bart Is glTcn to the atntomont
it r one of Detwltor'a rolntlvoa
Vlo that tho fugltlvo promotor
to San Francisco, nnd In
ijwmmunicauon wiwi uih inuuui
iittornT8 Every const town is
hnrplutcrcd with plcturos anil
Options o( Detwllor, nnd n
L) lookout Is being kopt. Ho
1 won be In custody should ho
ea the streets. Tho gonornl
kt Is that Dctwilcr Is hiding In n
Itota not far from Toledo. Tho
mutt of Dctwller, whllo not
; the prosecutors nny pnrtlcu-
eactra, aro making thorn morn
determined thnn ever to show him no
quarter, onco ho is In custody,
Arbor Dny for Pennsylvania.
Harrlshurg, Pn., April C. Ystor
dny wns observed genornlly through
out tho stnto as ono of tho nrbot
dnys. this stnto differing 'from most
of tho stnto by appointing two dnys
for tho obBcrvnnco of troo-plnntlng.
Tho other day Is April 10th. Tho
stnto of Ponnsylvanin, ns befits, n
koystona stnto, Is vory long, nnd
thoro Is n dlfforonco of cllmato that
ronders tho early datp sultnblo for
tho oastorn part of tlio stnto, whllo
(lowers will-bo moro plentiful in
tho wostorn nnd northern parts of tho
Btnto on tho lnttor dnte. Tho procln-
mntlon of tho govornor nnmlng tho
cinyB was wall rocolvpd nnd tho do
siro of citizens is to hnvo both dnys
obsorvod nnd a groat many trood
plnntod. Tho school children, n3
UHunl, woro tho principal fnctors In
tho colcbrntlou of the day.
And End the Warfare Down
In Central America
Suporlor, Wis. Cnptaln J,. II.
Ewnrt hns arrived at Superior, Was.,
to tnko tho Btonmor Wlnncbngo over
15,000 mllcB to Snn Frnnclaco.
PEOPLES BARGAIN HOUSE
WE ALWAYS BUSY STORE!
TOS dltl TI It AM) GUANDKR .HAUOA1NS THAN KVKK UK
E IV Till- IOLLOWIXG DICPARTMKNTS OP PINK SILKS,
S GOODs, MlU.IMJItV, LADIKS' COATS, LA1UKS' SUITS,
M.Tri("0TS, SILK WAISTS, PINK SHOPS, RIHHONS,
5. OIllltOini.lMICS. MUSLIN I'NDKUWKAR. WIIITK GOODS,
In nil tho Intost woavos nnd mated
nls, handsomoly trimmod nnd prlcod
nt prices that will soil thorn quick
s' $8.90, $10.90, $13.50,
$13.50 and $15.
Nobbr, stylish Jaokete frMh rem the
hnnds of tho manufacturers, in all
tho latest designs nnd styles. Prlnwi
$3.95, $4.50, $6.50 and
All new material, tho
tho beat sale prices.
$2J50, 92.03, $3.50,
$1.50 nnd $1.08.
If yoa want tho most
fttyllsh model from
corset in America It is
here for you to look
at Alio tho best wear
r; won't break down
Prices from 49c to
SLESIS FASTEST GKOWfNQ STORE.
AND COURT STROPS. SALEM, OK,
Washington, April C. Thoro is n
conforenco todny botweon Hacon,
Creol, tho Mexican ntnbnssndor; Cnl
vo, tho Costa Hicnn; Toledo, the
Ountomnlnn, nnd Mojt, tho Snn Sal
vndoronn, also " roproaontlng Hon
durns. Dncon's conforooa reirosent
nil tho countries of Contrnl Amurlcn,
oxcopt Honduras, it nmy rsBtilt in
a ponco ngrcomont.
After tho Contrnl American diplo
mats loft tho stnto department ono
of tho conforeoB announced that n
tentative agreement had been
reached, and cxprosBcd tho hopa that
it will work out satisfactorily.
To Be Withdrawn for Mineral
Found Guilty of Rebating Un
der New Law
yD hi '
Minneapolis, April G. The Croat
Northern railroad whs lined in the
federal court today $1000 on oaoh of
IB counts, oharglng It with granting,
rebate tq a firm in the grnln trnde
betweon thin city nnd Duliith. It wan
found guilty nftor the Jury was out
only half nn hour.
Egg Hunt nt Atlanta Pnrk.
Atlnntn, Pa., April C. Tho largest
egg hunt thnt hns over taken place
on an Atlanta Easter is going on
today, nnd ovory child and mother,
nnd in some casos, tho father, 1b en
gaged in looking for eggs, or watch
ing with keen Interest thoso who are
spying Into overy corner or bunch
of grass In tho park. Two thousand
fivo hundred eggs hnvo boon carefully
hidden. Thoso aro all genulno eggs,
somo of them dyed In great varloty of
colors, and others plain, but thoy arc
tho genulno nrtlclo, none of them
Mm ulmw In Mm lntivA ttltmhni hf livi.ft
Washington, April G. To hoatt
off n repetition of the Innd frnuds In
tho West, tho department of tho In
torlor will shortly promulgate n rog
ula'tlon tindor which, unon thd
allghtost trace of conl or motnl, tho .l,l moro,,nnt I" tho city contributed
Prepared for the North Sr
lem Public School
geological Biirvoy will be Instructed
to Investigate. Tho roeult will ho
thnt ninny thousands of ncros of Innd
now cnllod agricultural Innd will bo
dcolnrod mineral lands.
Penrose Still Denied.
Phllndolphln, April G. Sunnto.
Ponroso Is still denying tho dinner
Ho enys on Ills visit to tho Presldont
ngxt week ho will toll Iilm ho novor
attended such n "dlnnor."
liAUOIt HliSENTS THItUST.
Of tlio Prtr.slili-jit at Mining Peiloni
New York, April G.- A number of
labor leaders In this alt)' organized
n Moyor, linywood protest oonferonoc
and today, through Chairman Tho.
Crlinmlns, gout n letter to the Pretl
dent demanding that he make
ameads for the alleged stricture on
Moyer and Haywood. Tho lotter U
a lengthy review of the statements
attributed to the Presldont, It de
clares the conference was made u
of representatives of 300 bona fide
labor bodlea. It says: "Before the
law Moyer nnd Haywood are consid
ered luuooent until provod guilty. In
the lace of the proceedings are you
not aware that your words may
prejudice the general public, and
poxibly the Jury? Is it too much to
ask of you to make suoh public
ameads as a true gentleman is bound
to offer when ho finds ho has inad
vertently made a mistake and infllot-
ed a grievous wrong upon men who
have nothing to with tho persona
Henry County Partners Iiifttilufr.
Paris. Tenn., April C. The Henry
county farmers' Institute Is holding
Its annual meeting today, with a
large attendance. This organization
is now under a new president a,nd
secretary. President Williams anJ
SerUry Greer having died, and
James Steele having been elected
president, 4pd J. S. VanDyck secre
tary. Very feeling resolutions wera
passed regarding the double affile
m Don't Sity Dinner.
VTisiniiBtonp-'Aprir iTo mty
"dinner" to n sonntor ribw'ls to eoo
him Jump. Hourno and lIuiiHbOr'
ough cnllod nt tho Whtto Houbo to
dny. Hath wore reticent about tho
dlnnor. nuurno. whou nHkod, ex
claimed: "I have nothing to any
about any dinner. Neither have I
any that I mUjlit want to go to oter
dlnuers." "If I talk too. much about
It I may uerer get nnother Invita
tion," Hnntbrough mid. Andrews,
the New Mexican delegate, also
onlletl nt the White House. He was
moo n guwi at a dinner, but wiu
oqunlly "mum." 8nntor Homeuway
got xoitMl when ho was ap
pronohQd. Ho arled: "Novor say
dinner to mo ngaln. I never want
to hear tin word. I think I will iult
prlzos. A prize In gold Is n prlnolpnl
prize of $5 vnluo. A largo golden
ogg Ib hidden nmoug tho mnss. Tho
pnrk hoard paid C for it. The
hunt todny far surpnseed nil previous
nttempts. It wns held t'udny hoonuBu
It wns not practical to hnve it on any
other Saturday, ns It would conflict
I with the Leutun observance.
Under direction of Prlnclnnl Qoo.
A great feature of , p00bi0s, on neat Frldny nf tornoon,
Joint nroRrnm. lmrtlclnntod in by
oggs, which a speolal commlttoo tn'.h Jtho ,-,, of onoh of lho o!Knt rooTOIr
special pains to nrrnngo. Many of . ...,., , roll(ioruti Ilt thn Nurth Bohool.'
Tho oxorclfloa will consist of rod
tntlons, ossnys and intorsporsod wit!,
vocal and Instrumental music, brlot
addrosses by Col. 13. llofor nnd llov
Dnvls 12rrott, pnBtor of the First
Christian church of this city. Tho
North school has nlwitys unnerved
Arbor dny by planting troos, cleaning
grounds nnd cultivating tho numor
ous flno shudo trees thnt ornniuont
ho school grounds, Tho pupils of
tho sovornl grndott nro instructed re
garding the Blgntllcnnco of Arbor
day, Its purposes, including Instruc
tion on proHorvnttun ot forests nmV
protoctiou of birds thnt nro bononclnl
Tho nosthoMo sljlo of Arhoc. (Hly
work Is not ovorlookod. " PlufWnro
tnught IflHHons of 'how to hoiiutlfr
their homos, by jilnntljjg nnd oarlnjr
for tree, shrubs and flownrintr-
In short, the children are tnught
to observe how planU grow. U aiUiJr .
Will' Be Iudfcted as Well as
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Huh Vronnlun Al.rll B l la ' "" '"' J "I"! "t"H- OIHISIUI
pnietloHlly admitted by the proseou.',11" ,qe""l ,MmI, "" u,e,r blt"'
tlon this morning that Indlemenl "" r"'. reports ot
may he r.turne.1 tntlnv. nml.nl.lv .' U",,r Mrvnllon from tl.Hu to llmov
agnlnst J. H. Torrano. U W. Phil.
Was it n Ilniliihtorm?
Washington, April G. Despite the
offorts of grent newspapers nnd many
statesmen to ridicule tho President's
nssortlon thnt ho bus discovered u
"rloh innu's conspiracy," despite the
theories advanoed that the theory re
sulted from n "bralnetorm" of the
President, lid is convinced of the ex
istence of suoh a plot. The Presi
dent's belief is eiiMported, too, by a
majority of obMrma at the oapltol.
Unquestionably the people of the
country share t belief of tho Pres
ident, and that he has authoritative
ly i'okn, and are eonvlnoed that
by tho expos he hns thus early clr
cNHtveated the Plot. Also that he
has corroborative evidence In uddl
tlon to the Htatcment of the dlstla
gulshel guest at the reeent dluner.
This evidence will be given out at the
White Howie from time to time.
Senator Hourne, la one report, was
the giver of the dinner, but refuse
to discuss It,
ISounfu Will Not Tell.
It Is generally rumored tonight Ht- Ceorge'i ohuroh, in Htuyvesant
and Is beine Dosltivulv stated In ills- Bquare, Itev. Tugh Dlrckhoad, tho
patches to all Eastern pane's that rector, being the celebrant. A largo
lips, A. II. Otiiw and u in an nnmed
Onives, nil of I.M Angelee, nnd
Toleilo onpltnllst. all fur alleged
oonueotlou with the Home telephone
case. Certain official of the Pn
ulllo Statue Telephone Company nlso
may he Indicted. If liidlatmeutH arc
returned they will not be filed until
Army Wedding Ktt for Today.
New York, April fl. Lloutsnnnt
Qeorge Id. Dal), of the Twenty-first
Infantry, U. S. A., was mnrrled to
day to Miss Mnrln Wnllon Hlruthers,
daughter of Mrs. Junius Struthera, of
HI Madison avenue. There wne n
large atteadanee of friends of both
bride ami bridegroom, many nrmy
friends In the oompuuy. Mr. nnd
Mrs. Hall's engagement was a short
one, being of only two mouths dura
tion. Miss Hinlly Fell Coster, elder
daughter of Mrs. Henry Coster a lust
winter's debnUBte. and who en-
gngenignt wns announced last Hun
day, was married today to Lewis
Hpeuoer Morris, son-of Mr. and Mrs.
Henry Lewis Morris.
A large wedding of the Haster sea
son was thnt of Miss Wenonah Weu
more, daughter of Mrs. W. Markes,
to Arthur II. Doyens, Jr., of Doston.
Tho coromonlos were performed at
to rend the hooka on bird life that
are found In the valuable etfonlntlng
librarltt the sohcols huve aceeea to.
and last, but not I nst, to Instill Into,
the minds of the youth n proper lov
for tho good, lho beautiful and U
true In lho works of outuru, uxhltUo
d In tho wondera of nnlmal and vug.
otnble Ufa. '
The patrons and nil friends of tho
lohool aro corillnlly Invited to ho
present at tho oxerolscs on next FrU
Mr. Penrose mado his celebrated
boast At a dinner given by Senator
Hourne, at tho Shoroham Hotel, some
tlmo before congress adjourned. Mr.
Hourne, when asked about tho mat
ter said be had given soveral dinners
and luncheons during tho winter,
and had' attended others. As host
he could not discuss what transpired
and as guest he was equally bound
Current rumor ha it that Secre
tary Loco and Senator Haiubrough
were among Mr. Source's guests m
the sow famous occasion.
reeeptlou at tho realdenao of ths
bride's mother followed the nuptial
Nc-tr York 5fa'or Suit.
New York, April 0. McGlolland'n
demurrer to the nttornoy-general's
proceeding to test the right of Mc
Clelland to the mayoralty was over
ruled today, the effect being to per
mit tho state to try tho caso on Its
merits. In view of tho fact that tho
legUlatittS piwod a recount bill tho
attoruey-guBoral la not likely to pro
coed at present.
Stock Trading In Delayed.
New York, April G. In view ot
tho onromous uinolint of work before?
them In Judging thu nutnbor of np
lilloatloiia presented by more than,
200 industrial and mining eownaulMu
tlV oomwltte on listing of the New
York Produce Ilxehanw were not
able to finish their work mull tit
middle of this week, in conse
quence of this, dnlay acuta! transae
tlous will Net begin until April is.
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Tho Ifcldy Suit.
Coneord, N. II., April C Thn first
legal step In the Hddy trial was a
irprlse sprung upon (he defense
Counsel for plaintiffs filed n supple,
mentary hill In equity, nttaaklng the
validity of the deed of trust They
ask thnt tho deed ho vneatod, alleg
ing tho grantor was ineompolant to.
Chicago Tmo Myorn. t
Chloago, April G. This city fit
governed by two mayor. Dtiuuo Is.
mayor until Hum Is approved by the
council, but to prevent Dunne's mak
ing any appointment Tiusao' was
iworn In today. Tola mnkea
Dunne's overy official act subject to
Tho President today announce.
that ho would appoint Btato Senator
Campbell, of Chicago, postmaster ti
succeed Huaje, who has been electwt