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'?W'n'l&mP' t Tonight aad Tuesday, showers. AILY CAPITAL JOURNAL TOh. XV. SAliEM, OREGON, MONDAY, APRIL 17, 1005. NO. 90. RESENTMENT lodge Burnett are Guilty Circuit court met Monday morning, ad District Attorney McNnry an- bunced that about Thursday or Fri- av bo would havo returns from the i-f. rand jury to report to tk court. I The grand jury convened nt 1 fclock, nnd it is the intention of thnt tidy to comploto their labors this seek, if it is possible to do so. Thcro ill bo n number of witnesses subpoc- lied for examination this week, and it ' believed that several are wanted who ro not within tho jurisdiction of the burt nt tho present time. I Tho grand jury lias charge of a Dinn er of records from tho state land of- ce, including applications of vnrious laimnnts who are. nlleged to havo ma Jc .o entries for tho entiro benefit of rominont men seeking to acquire vast facts of valuablo land from tho state rithout warrant of law. Presentment Returned. At 1 o'clock this afternoon Judge, Burnett returned tho presentment hand Id to him by tho grand jury last Wed nesday, as told exclusively in The Journal nt thnt time. Tho 'court said? 'The court finds thnt Weary Wil- lo" is guilty of tho crimo of perjury, nd thnt John Dee and Richard Roe Fsro bojth guilty of subc' .inntion of per jury. Tlio court also nnus innt .loan )oo is guilty of forgery, nnd that Rich- jrd Roo ia also guilty of forgery, if he knew of tho crimo nnd acted with that knowledge.' ' District Attorney McNary will pro (are indictments in nccordanco with lie statements of tho presentment, nnd, Intil thoy nro ready for servico, it is Biprobablo that tho names of tho ao fused parties will bo nnnounccd. W. II. Rnbons, who lives about four liles from Sublimity, was beforo tho rand jury this nfternoon, in connection ilks Another largo shipment of tho new- 1st SHIRT WAIST SUITING SILKS Just opened. Tho new patterns nro well. Our prices aro oxtremely low. est iomfotab!e Shoe They Wet Wore That'll what tho ladies say about "Btfown's 'tocess atn Sole hoes This solo is a novelty in shoe-making. Thieh has genuine merit. It looks like I a Goodyear welt, but has all tho flexi bility of a turn sole. Wo have -them at $2.60 and $2.95. Have yon seen themt BARNES Cash Store E. T. BARNES, Prop. Beiiablo eoodn at caah prices. New Idea Patterns for May now ready in our drew pods department. Pfleo 10c RETURNED TO GRAND JURY Decides That of Crimes Against the State with tho school land transactions. The jury expect to call him again, probably tomorrow. Tho circuit court adjourned until Friday morning nt 9 o'clock, after transacting the following business: Eriek Lnrsen vs. C. Marsh, costs taxed in favor of tho defendant, amounting to $10,70. W. B. Morso vs. W. II. Odell, defend ant ordered to appear in court on May 22d, nnd answer as to property liable to execution. PERRY STANDS TRIAL Chjcngo, April , 17. Tho trial of Isaac N. Perry, former president of the National Bank of North America, in dicted on two chnrges, ono of arson, nnd tho other an attempt to dbfraud insuranco companies in order to secure $100,000 insuranco on tho plnnt of the Chicago car locomotive works nt liege wiseh, commenced today. Commander Acquitted. Manila, April 17. Commander Johu II. Briggs was acquitted of tho charges proforred against him by tho naval court-martial sitting here. Briggs was in command of tho cruisor Baltimore when sho grounded in Mnlncca straits. Chicago Markets. Chicago, April 17. Wheat, $1.4 1.15; corn, 474-lS; onts, 29 29. TEAMSTERS STRIKE IS NOTEFFECTIVE Chicago, April 17. With 23 wagons delivering freight for Montgomery, Ward & Co., the firm's teaming busi ness is going on hero practically nt its normal capacity. Tho Chicago employ NEW YORK LABOR LAW UNCONSTITUTIONAL Washington, April 17. Tho supremo court today held unconstitutional the New York law making it unlawful to HEAVY SNOW STORM New Castle, April 17. Henry Deep ler, a ranchman, who lives eight miles from the Roosevelt camp, arrived in town this morning, and reports a heavy snow storm. No bear havo been in sight for two weeks. The President a camp is being moved southward, to get away from the snow. The ebanees are that the next fortnight win do uevu.cu Ha,, nn.1 hob-cats. It is announced today that, in addition to bis visit to n.nvBi- thn President baa accepted in vitations to thrco functions In Chieago. These are the only formal affairs en bis homeward trip. i i .I Drivers Strike. tu. Tnis. Anril 17. Two hundred hM and ua reel delivery express drivers struck this morning for recog Certain People BEAYER LOSES APPEAL Washington, April 17. Tho supremo court today decided that George W. Beaver, former superintendent of tlio salaries and allowances division in tho postofllco department, under indict ment for alleged connection in tho post ofllco frauds, may bo remoyed from New York to tho District of Columbia for trial. KANSAS OIL WEN HAPPY Clinnnute, Kan., April 17. Commis sioner Garfield today wont to Independ ence, whero ho will havo a conference with Stnndnrd Oil ofllcials, who have boon gnthering, anticipating his visit. His assistants remained here and con tinuo in securing tho statements of lo cal producers. Congressman Campbell, upon whoso resolution tho congression al investigation started, was in confer ence with Gnrfiold, nnd gnvo him valu ablo data. Local producers are favor ably impressed with Garfield, and feel encouraged over tho progress of tho in vestigation1. ers claim that tho teamsters' striko is over. Strong polico protection today prevented serious riots. Mayor Dunno is still trying to effect arbitration. Tho teamsters claim that the freight hand lers may bo drawn into the struggle. .work moro than 00 hours per weeK or more than JU Hours per nay in mo unite shops and confectlonnrios, thus revers ing the judgmont of tho lower court. MERGER MANDATE FIXED Washington, April 17. Tho mandate of tho supreme court in the Northern Securities ease to tho oirfluit court of the district of New Jersey, commanding it to dismiss th,c bill filed by Harrlman, et al., against tho vietorious Hill parti sans was issued today. Married Last Evening. Last evening, just bofere the evening services commenced at the Christian cbureb, Rev. Errett performed the wed ding ceremony of Mr. Win, Small and Mrs. Maud Vaughn, in tho presenee of a large congregation. Mr. Small for merly was an employe at the asylum, and Is well-koowyi In this city. Per the past few years he kas made his heme in British Columbia. Mrs. VaBgbn lias lived hero for some time. They will leave soon for British Colombia. HERMANN s REACHES PORTLAND Portland, April 17. Congrossuinn Biugor Hermnnu, who was nrnigned in the federal district court this morning, under land fraud indictments, entered n pica in abatement and filed demur rers.. Thnddeus Potter, W. N. Jones, Former District Attorney John Hall nnd other defendants woro arraigned aud entered pleas nnd demurrers. The argument? are in progress on tho Mitch ell pica-of abatement before Judge Bol Bel linger: Honey offered nftldnvits of rcg ulnrity of tho grand jury precodings, but objections woro taken, nnd adjourn ment mads until this nfternoon. State Senntor Mays, E. K. Brown and Dnniol Clark plended not guilty. Portland April 17. Dinger Her mann, aceompaniod by Mrs1. Hermann, reached this city last night from Wash ington nnd registered nt tho Imperial. Tho congressman wns arraigned this morning in the federal court on tho in dictment pending against him for com plicity ii tho Oregon lnnd frauds. He will thon go to his homo nt Rosobur'g, nftor a snort stay in Portland, and will remain in Oregon until ut'tor tho tor minntiotu.of his oases lu tho courts. Mr. Hormnnn does not appear to have taken seriously to heart tho allegations which hnve been brought against him by the government, lo judgo from his appearand1, and is ns hnlo nnd hearty as of old. But on land fraud questions he has but little to say, ns ho lias not had timo ns yet to confer with his ol torneys, -vho havo been outlining his enso for him. 'I do not think that I havo anything to say that would bo of interest," ex plained Mr. Hermann Inst night nt his hotel. "It is too soon for mo to say what line I will follow. Tho firm of Dolph, Mallory, Simon & Qenrin hnve 'boon rotfdnod by mo, but I have, ns you know, nt had nn opportunity to moot with my counsel nnd confer ns to what line will bo ndoptcd in my defense. 'After tho nrrnlgnment," continued Mr. Hermann, "I will romnin in Port land for n short timo, nnd will then go to my homo nt lloseburg, whero I will stay until tho cases nro finished thnt is I will not again return to tho Knst until after tho trinl." Further than 'theso statements, Mr. Hermann did not wjsh to discuss land fraud questions until such timo as his cases woro brought beforo tho courts. TURKS ANSWER IFRANCfc Constantinople. April 17. Tho Porto has replied to tho French accusations regnrding tho lll-troatment of 'tho Bui gnrians in tho vilhiyo of Adrianoplo by Turkish troops in n manner that is calculated to displctso that nation. It is admitted thnt stern measures were iisod there, but tho jhnrgo is mudo that these woro nccossary, ns tho Turk ish soldiers woro nttnakod by tho armed insurgents disguised as peasants. The Turkish government is propur ing another military expedition against tho Macedonian insurgents, and it is stated that nil of tho powers, with the exception of France, havo agreed that strong repressive measures aro neecs ssry. Hops Are Good. It. It. Willnrd, who owni u hop yard five miles from this city, was in town Saturduy, and reports that bin hops are in splendid condition, nnd far better than at this timo last year. He says the vines uro nearly threo feet high, and very few slick beads aro making their appearance. The stand' is better than for several years, and the crown beads stood the winter in good shape. President In SlleaV Glen wood Springs, Colo., April 17. Secretary Loeb has not communicated with the President sinse Saturday Morning, when the start was made. A report that the President killed a large brown bear on Saturday afternoon can not be verified hero. Kansas Oil Bonds. Topeksj April 17. The arguments on tbo validity of tho $200,000 worth of Loads tor the construction of fi state oil refinery was on tbo supreme court docket today, A decision it expected within a few weks. ROJESTVENSKY ELUDES ENEMYS' WARSHIPS Reports Conflict as Russian Hong Kong, April 17. It is reported that a fight took plnco last Sunday in tho China sea between tho Japanese nnd Russinn scout cruiser divisions, in which considerable damage resulted to both combatants. Tho fighting wns preliminary to tho goneral engagement now imminent, nnd ia said to havo lust od nonrly threo hours. Up to tho present time, ncjthor the particulars of tho fighting nor absolute confirmation is uhtuMnnblo. Tokio, April 17. Defouso zones hnve been created around the islands of Ok inawn, Oshenln and Ernt, of tho Loo chao group, nnd tho Pescndoro islands, whero tho Japanese hnvo established a naval base. -This information is of- fioialy given out today and ia n warn ing to foreign shipping to keep nwny from tho zone, which is in tho way of tho Russian fleck's progress to Vladi vostok. Tho Jnpnneso hnvo ovldcntly strewn tho waters in tho zones with innumer able initio. Many of tho minos, Hun dreds in number, that woro planted off Port Arthur by tho Japanese, hnvo been removed nnd it is said thoy nro now being placed in tho path of Admiral Rojestvonsky's Hoot. All Jnpnnoso stcumors plying bo tweon Japan and America nro planning temporary suspension, owing to tho presence of tho Russian fleet in Pa cific wators. St. Petersburg, April 17. A largo number of naval ofllcials havo boon or dorcd to Llbnu for duty in connection with tho preparation of tho fourth squadron, which it is proposed to send to tho Fnr Hast. Tokio, April 17. A report is in .cir culation that tlio Russinn squadron ar rived at Knmrnnh bay nt noon on April 12th, and thoreforo that been occupying that port for 8 bourn when seen nt noon on April 1th. London, April 17. A dispntch from Hong Kong says thnt a portion of tho ItuHsinn squadron was seen .Sunday in Turnu buy, 35 miloH north of Knmrnnh bay. London, April 17. A dispatch to Reuters, from Saigon, says that tho Jnpanoho havo captured a largo num ber of colliers along tho coast. London, April 17. A message to Lloyds, from Singapore, says that tint German steamer Dovowoogeo reports passing the Russian fleet on tho morn ing of April llth in latitude about l.'l degrees north. Tho vessels woro lying to at tho time. Hong Kong, April 17. Tho stoumer Wednesday SPECIAL SALE NO. 224 For Wednesday selling wo offer un exceptionally lurgo lino of tho new est design Spacfitels of all sizes and descriptions, 25c to 3Gc vnlues W."ln$duy only 19c C0c to COc, values Wednesday only 25c -: : OGc to tl vnlus Wednesday only wi TS 1J4( 48c SEE BIG AD ON PAGE THREE k to Exact Location of Squadron Drynhildo, which nrrived from Bnnl- kok, reports that threo Russinn cruis ers stopped her on Friday, GO mlloa south of Capo Hudarun, and, after soar oliing tho vessel, allowed her t proceed. Tho captain counted .13 Ru slim warships, and thoy apponrcd to b in good condition. Thoy woro stenrafng northeast at tho rato of ton knots. Capo lladaraa is 100 miles northeast of Saigon. This course would indicate that the fleet is headed for tho Formosa straits. St. Petersburg, April 17. Thcro is no information from Vico-Admlrnl Ita jestvensky's squadron, but tho admiral ity would not bo surprised to loam oJt skirmishing botwoon scnutships today or tomorrow, ob tho beginning of torpe do boat wnrfuro soon is not unexpected. Tho naval organ hero oxprosses the opluion that Togo was taken complete ly by surprise wlmu Rojostvonsky mid donly nppenred ot tho ontrnnoo of tho China Sen, and is now concentrating his widely soattorcd fleet nonr tho Pescadores, whoro it is bolloved n soft light will probably occur. Manila, April 17. Tho cruisor Rain bow, tho flagship of tho Philippine squadron, receivod a wireless tolegram nt 0 o'clock yo'storday ovoulng ram some point estimated at about (SO miles off tho ontranco of Manila Uuy, as follews: "Is thcro anyono insldo with n wirt luss apparatus!" Tho following nnswor wns returned; ."Do you wish to communicntot" 'No reply wns tnndo to tho question) and tho torpedo boat destroyers Dale and Decatur woro sent to investigate. Thoy havo roturnod to port without, having solved tho mysterious message. Mogusukn, April 17, Tho appeal in tin caso of thn British steamer Nigret la, relzed by' tho Japanese cruisor Tmr lima and condemned, has been rejected nnd tho vessel and cargo eoufiHCutoxL. Bovorldgo on Warpath. Mattoou. III., April 17. TlitiinnH Hew erldgo, S:i yenrH old, nophoiv of Unite.: States Senator Havoridgo, of IndifiMi, yesterday sorlously stabbed Jnraew Datewood. Tho fight followed a qunr rol in a saloon. Datowoud assnullpl Huverldge, who drew a kulfi onl slushed him in the face aud sldu. While attempting to escape urroxt Iloveridge was shot twico by an nfileer. Until injured men aro in the limvpitnl, but will recover. Warrants havo been Issued fur their arrest. rilgrlms Woro Drowned. Tiinin, April 17.-Hy tho sinking ftf n boat 17 pilgrims, who were returnta from Mecca, went drowned hero totfuy. ei6&&i 1 i By mall 12c nition.