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-r - .is, r njrHft ' --' r.n.icinVAL IIAIN -JOURNAL FIHST EDITION, 3 I. 31. t BECOND EDITION, 4 P. 31. ,.rTHKH: w-"--.:; AS-.TL'ESI.AV. CAPITAL JOUBNAL. SALEM. OltEGON, MONDAY, JANUARY 21, 1007. NO. 10. fiAUii VOL. A ARRY K. THAW TRIAL RECIPROCAL DEMURRAGE GOES SENATE DEAL DISCLOSED DISORDER IN KINGSTON LEGISLATIVE FORECAST OF BILLS DISCLOSURES ABOUT THE SENATE It Had Been Determined Senator Mays Should Not Be Kecognized SEATTLE ALASKA FAIR To Have $160,000--the Code Graft to Be Killed Although Senator P. P. Mnys, of Multnomah, was In Salem ror tno sole purpose of casting his vote with the Hodson forces in the somite or ganization, ho never showed his (ice Inside the portals of the somite chamber, and his reason for not so mm has Just come to light. It do- .. . . velopcd that assurance wns convoyed . to Mm, and his brother, who came llh him, that his prosenco on tho floor of the senate would not ho tol erated (or a moment, and that If ho attempted to take his sent ho would be expelled from the chamber by tho combined vote of the Hnlncs force" and the Democratic minority. It Is stated that as soon ns It wns known positively that Sonntor Mays was In tho city nnd intended to take his sont in tho interest of Hodson'n candldncy thnt a committeo wns dol ogatod to wnit uyon him nnd to noti fy him thnt ho would ho summnrlly fired If ho mndo tho attempt, but no positive confirmation can bo obtained hero ns to tills report, although some admit thnt thoro is strong likelihood of truth In it. Needless to sny he did not show up, nnd should he do so nt any other tlmo during tho session tho Dempcrats have sworn to revolt and will promptly demand his Imme diate expulsion. Tho roport also bocamo " curront that "Jack" Matthews wns also in tho city on tho ovo and morning of (Continued on pago four-) t AGO STOI POWERFUL BARGAINS NOW ON SALE IN EVERY DEPARTMENT KVKIIVIIODY KNOWS THE WOXDKHITL SUCCESS THE CHICA GO STORK HAS MADE IN A FEW YEAHS. WE AHE OUT FOR IM7 TO HEAT ALL PHKVIOUS HECOHDS WITH MOUNTAINS OF XKW GOODS BOUGHT FH03I THE 11EST 3IANUFACTUUEHS I.VAMKHICA. OL'Il MOTTO IS NOW, AND ALWAYS WILL HE, "QUICK SALES AND LITTLE PROFITS." WE OFFER DURING THIS SALE HKLIAIILE GOODS AT PRICES THAT CANNOT HE BKATEX Iiv AXY HOUSE ON THE PACIFIC COAST. 15000 worth of now Spring Dress Goods Just recoived In every wncelvable st le and make. They certalnl beautiful dainty Ptod. stripes and plain Bhades. Xo otn house in Salem can show Jon one yard of thoso beautiful Nods as the line Is confined ex t,Blve!y to the Chicago Store. Coae and look through and see th srsnd assortment tho largest Mock of Dress Goods ever shown b r one house In Salem. They " sot expensive when you con "' theI" beauty and high class ". all double width. Price W-4S3C, 65c, C9c. 78c, 85c and He fine Bteck Silks ' Black Silks, yard. 49c, c nd 7Gc. Ide Black Silks, yard S8e in,i i, .. w f l ij. Domestics and Wash Goods Wo show a mngnlflcont Btock and nt prices that defy competition 1000 yards standard Calicos, yard li)00 yards Outing Flannols, yd 5c GOO yards flno India Linen, yard 7&c. 1000 yards of new Dress Linen Just received. In colors and tho natural shades, at salo prices. Muslins All kinds and makes, also White Cambrics, long cloth Per sian Lawns, Swisses, etc., at littlo prices. Fine Muslins, yard, CUc, 7c, 8 l-3c, 19c. Ladies' Suits Now Is your tlmo to buy. This season's fine garments going at half price. $15,00 Swell Suits now $9.50. 1000 yards 3-inch wide Embroid eries, yard 3 He. Hundreds of such bargains all overour establishment. Ladles' $2.25 Dress Shoes, per pair, 11.49. ITEM'S FASTEST GROWING STORE. McEYOY BROS. Corner of Coacr cial aid Covrt Streets The house held a short session this afternoon nnd adjourn to Tuos-day. Roprosontntlvc Settlomler, of this county, introduced a resolution ho foro the house, sotting forth the ob jects of tho Alaska-Yukon exposi tion, to ho held in Seattle, In 1909. and tho ndvislhlllty of Orogon mak ing an appropriate exhibit of Its ad vantages and rosourcos upon that oc casion, to which is attached tho draft of a bill providing for tho appoint ment of n stato commission nnd the appropriation of $150,000 to enrry out the objects set forth therein. The commission, to bo appointed by tho governor, will consist of five members, and will servo without pay, beyond reimbursement for actual ex penses incurred In tho lino of duty. All resolutions calling for commit tees of investigation for tho differ ent stnto Institutions nnd dcpnrt- I incuts and the employment of cleric al assistanco woro acted upon unfa vorably by tho committeo on resolu tions, nnd tho Rotchild resolution, providing or a committeo on recep tion for Wlllam J. Hrynn. who will ho Invited to address tho Joint as sembly at 1 o'clock tomorrow morn ing, was reported back favorably. In conformity with tho action of the sonato tho house committee ou reolutlons presented a resolution pro viding for making two sepnrato com mittees of tho commlttuo on banking nnd Insurnnco. This provision, un like tho conditions prevailing In tho senate and made to harmonize with tho hitter's action, and. In vlow of tho Important legislation that will como up for consideration In both banking and Insurance. Tho house committee will mako a fight to have tho codes bought for the legislature remain tho proporty of tho stato. BRITISH GOVERNOR REFUSED To Receive American Aid at Kingston Been Made a Subject of Cab inet Discussion Washington, Jnn. 21. Tho curt refusal of American aid by tho British nt Jamaica may lnvolvo Inter national peace. The President, Taft nnd Uncon had a conference on tho Swooton-ham-DnvIs Incident this morning, nnd the matter will bo thoroughly threshed out before the cabinet. Reciprocal Demurrage Is Almost Certain to Be Enacted Also FreeJLocks London, Jan. 21. As a typical sentiment of the people tho mnyor of Kingston went to Rear-Admiral Davis before ho sailed and disclaimed nil responsibility for tho governor's action, whom he condemned In the hurshent terms fo"r refusing Ameri ca's aid. Boston, Jnn. 21. Tho -United Fruit Company's stonmor, Admiral Sampson, arrived this morning with 25 Americans, who escaped death at Kingston, aboard. Indications tire 'thnt a reciprocal domurrngo law, an antl-freo pass law, a bank vxamluor law, and an net to tako the tolls off the looks and canals at tho Falls of tho Willam ette will ho passed at this session of tho legislature. It Is not yet certain, thnt a railroad commission bill will be ennctod. It Is not cor tuln that It would euro the car shortage, while a strong recipro cal demurrage law, with stiff penal (tos that any shipper could collect hi the naino of tho stnto on complaint to tho district attorney or attorney general, would probably answer all purposes, so fnr as compelling tho transportation companies to furnish cars. Itnlh-oniN Helping legislation. It must be admitted the railroads aro helping along tho program of drastic hitlslutlon that some parts of the state advocate, through thulr rep ruseutnttves, Tho advance In lum ber rntos from $3,10 pur ton to $5 per ton to Hay points has como nt n tlmo to mnko all tho sawmill men sore, and may precipitate retalia tory legislation. It was very unfor tuuato to announco this ndvnnco nt present, and show thnt long-ulstunco management Is fraught with ovIIb that would ho avoided by malingers on tho ground. Tho Capital Journal Is polling about 1000 Western Oro- ( Continued on Page 4.) HARRY THAW TRIAL -o TUNNELL CAVES IN ON TRAIN Seattle, Jan. 21. Tho west end of the Great Northern tunnel, In th Cascade mountains, caved In Satur day night, and caught a passenger train and several aro reported In jured. Communication Is cut off to tho west, and a relief train was sent out from Spokane. Tho tunnel U two miles long. Tho cave-Inls tho result of a heavy froBt and snow, fol lowed by warm winds. Tho road will ho blocked for a week. Trains ore routed over the Northern Pacific. Child Labor Hill. Indianapolis, Ind., Jan. 21. Tho resolution committeo of tho miners has decided that tho Bevorldge child labor bill is tho best, and offered to endorse many Ideas of the bill. Bev erldgo will not speak on tho bill as he Intonded to In tho sonato today, but will speak on Wednesday. Washington, Jan. 21. A navy do pnrtmont dispatch from Admiral Ev ans this merula: says tho battle ships Missouri, Indiana and Yank ton hnvo roturncd to Gunntnnnmo. Washington, Jan. 21. Tho sup ply ship Coltlc, which hnd boon or dorcd to Kingston with provisions, has returnod to Gunntnnnmo. How ard, who Is in chnrgo of tho British embassy, said he wns without of ficial advices, but, If true, It wns a most rogrottahlo affair, roforrlng to tho Swettonham-Dnvls controversy. Ronr-Admlrnl .Dnyls' mission of mercy to stricken Kingston enmo to an nhrupt and painful conclusion In consoquonco of Governor Swctton hams' objections to tho presenco of American sailors ongugod In the work of clenrlnc tho Btreots, guard ing proporty and Hiiccorlng tho wounded and sick, culminating In a lottor to the admiral, peromptorlly requesting him to re-embark all parties which had been landed. Admiral Davis was greatly shocked and pained, nnd paid a formal visit to Governor Swottonham today, In forming him that tho United States battleships Missouri, Indiana nnd tho gunboat Yankton would Bail this af ternoon. Now York, Jan. 21, Kingston tourists, who arrived today via tho steamer Baker, expressed no sur prlso at Sweetenham's action In or dering Davis' sailors off tho Island. Max ManguB, on tho island at the time of tho quake, said: "It is Just what I would expect of Sweetenham. I saw him strutting about in "Jack boots," tho plcturo of absurdity. The Amorlcans aro doing more than his force to" right things on tho Island," Kingston, Jan. 21. Disorder ruled hero last night, and great dis content Is rife. Govornor Swetten ham and tho mayor of Kingston are at loggerheads. Everybody Is ex pressing the opinion that tho govor nor has mado a mess of the situation " and an ass of himself. A number of r4 I P I iMf C Bma11 rum 8nPB bavo opened secret- mJrl m Jm 1 .VI iv Th nmrrnoi urn ratislne much I ns..m . 1... I -J CT ,!.. I l,r ; MOVED TO S40 IjIliKJtXX BXAKVIi irouuiu. uuu owuuuuuuiu id uu WHERE HE WILL MEET ALL OU) angel of tho stricken city. She Is con AND NEW PATIENTS. FOR AJW stantly at work directing tho hearses, . -,-.. j-..w 4v wv VlAtT 'oMInir thn Inlilrori nnd tina RrnrrfilV ilHBHHW XJ&IiU 33 un jwn wtu.ue, .... .-J-..- ...... . , .CONSULTATION FREE. slept since tho disaster. It Has Been Adjourned Until Next Wednesday THREAT SENT BY MAIL Held Up a Wtd w For a Thousand Dollars nrroHt charged with attomptlngHb extort $1000 dollars from tho wo man. It Is chnrged ho sent n threat oultig lottor demanding' tho nionoy he sent to him at tho Glondnlo post olllce, or ho would tako her llfo. Ho did not wait to gut tho money by mall, but wont to tho house, when ho wns urroBtcd. Now York, Jan. 21. Tho trial of m Angolos, Jan. 21. Jamas Harry K. Thaw for tho murder of I ,',UI01' llt" rocontly employed at Stanford White will commence thin.1,1'0 ,l"J,f1,,, C,"1,",ry ,",ln0 of.M"' .loHonli Mulnr. widow of n wp.tltliv afternoon before Justice Fitzgerald j rowor ,,,. or,,u,0 , ung.. aim n Hpecini jury. ior wuokh suc ceeding the commission of tho crlmo, and oven up to tho present, news papers rooked with unsavory storlos of tho lives of tho personB dlroctly or Indirectly conucctod with tho case, the Influenco of which on tho pub lic mind was bad. All thoso storlos woro tho product of tho imagina tion, and more of the sumo may ho oxpocted at tho trlnl, so tho sooner the case Is over tho better for tho public. Two hundred special talos men have been summoned, nnd from those tho jury will ho selected. Dis trict Attorney Jerome will prosecute In person, nnd tho prisoner will hnvo an array of legal talont to defend him. It Is holng frooly stated that tho prisoner will not hnvo an oppor tunity to fnco a jury, as It Is tho gen eral opinion that tho samo eoursq will ho followed as In tho trial of Josephine Terronovn, which was suddenly stopped by Justice Scott, who appointed a commission of ex perts to Inqulro Into tho girl's sani ty. If this is done, thoso Informod say Thaw will ho adjudged Inunno and sont to Mattcawnn asylum for Insano criminals, thero to be kept un til cured. Mrs. Thaw, tho prUonor's mother, Evolyti( Neshlt Thaw, his wlfo, and his sister, tho Countess of Yarmouth, aro present. Tho lattor arrived from England a few dayH ago to bo proaent at tho trial of her brother and glvo hltn oncourngomont but It Is said that tho trouhlo has preyed so much on her mind that her health is falling. Tho first wit ness to bo examined Is Mrs. Stanford White, who will glvo ovldonco of Identlucation. o- N'ow York, Jan. 21. Manacled to a prison guard, Harry Thaw was taken to tho court building. His ar raignment was purely formal, It I roportod his plen will bo temporary Insanity when the trial heglnB, which will bo called Wednesday. Jerome bellovos tho trial will bo short. Ho thinks tho enso Is simply one of a brutal murder, easily provon. A grout crowd thronged tho court building, trying to get n glimpse of tho prlsouor. Tho street was filled by persons who tried to see him an ho passed over tho brldgo of sighs. Now York, Jan. 21. Tho Thuw trial adjourned this morning until Wednesday. Tho prisoner was taken from tho Jail to tho court building, but didn't appoar In the court room. o Hank lootcrri CoufcNH. Stockton, Cal., Juu. 21. James and II. J. Walsh, who wero arrested Saturday night for robbing tho Na tional Hxchango Bank, of Milwau kee, Wis., Novombor Cth, last, havo mado a confession involving tho tel ler of tf o bank and a brakoman on tho Chicago & Northwostorn rail road. Only $1250 was stolon. Tho Milwaukee pollco have been given In formation, that undoubtedly will load to two moro arrests. Former Now York flovernor. Oloan, N. Y., Jan. 21. Ex-Oovois nor Illgglns Is lowor than yesterday; nnd Is gradually sinking, nnd U like ly to dto at any hour.