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4THE"S AILY CAPITAL JOURNAL hofcX' SALEM, OREGON, TUESDAY, JUNE tl, 1007. NO: 130. AKERS OF OREGON HISTORY L ayor's Attorneys Say Case May End Tonight IOWNSVILLE PIONEER ASSOCIATION IE LINN COUNTY REUNION AND PICNIC VANDERIJILT SIGNEJ) CHECKS. Under Influence of "IlrlKht Eyes" Slurries Mrs Pepper. Be Held June 12, 13 and 14, 1907 Reduced Railroad Rates From All Points to Their Annual Gathering SCHMITZ BEGINS DEFENSE SHOWS HIS HAND I Fednttday Juno 12th opens tho tllanual Pioneer's Reunion at tho nitlfal camp grounds at Browno- , and for throo days tho momor- icf the past will ho revived In orn- ry, itory nud song, with personal ktingand family reunions and. pic- sit tho beautiful city on tho Cain- Tho procession forniB nt show's park, led by the Doll Foun- i band. Tho address of welcome He delivered by Row W. S. Hol land Itov. T. L. Jones will re al. Hon. H. M. Cnko of Portland deliver tho annual address on ir day Thursday and Hon. : C Hawloy of Snlom will dollvcr i annual address on Natlvo Sonj nnd Daughters day Friday. J. R Penrl Is president of tho day, and O. P. Coshow secretary. Drownsvlllo has boon undergoing great dovolopmont tho past year, and has now a regular pnsecnger trnln service dally each way. More pcoplo nro coming In, nnd new Indus tries nro being established. Ship ments of lutnbor nnd products nro rapidly increasing. Tho city Is a moral and tempornnco town and probably always will bo, as tho church Influenco Is very strong, nnd tho Plonoor's picnic 13 in chnrgu of mnnngomont that tolerates no vlco of any description. (Continued on page Ovo). CHICAGO STORE PEOPLES BARGAIN HOUSE Our New York Buyers Are Busy Fellows We are now receiving goods daily from our Now York buyers tliat i lie greatest values tlmt wero ever seen in tills part of tho world. t new merchandise tliat will command tho attention of up-to-1 well dressed Ladies.. Remember our prices aro always tho lowest New York, June 11. Interest In tho recent marrlngo of Mrs. May S. Peppor, tho Spiritualist loader, to Edward Ward Vanderbllt wnB ro vlved Monday when an application was made In tho supremo court In Brooklyn to have a commission ap pointed to Inquire Into Vnndorbllt's montnl condition. Tho application was mado by his daughter, Minerva, and by his brother and Bister, James O. and Sarah L. Vanderbllt. Tho po- S..dS:!f.:" Attempts to Break Down Ex-Pollco dor tho control of Mrs. Popper, and Commissioner's Testimony, and to was not responsible for his nctlon. ShOW That RCtlflan VVaS RCSpOnSl- mrJZT wns aajournou unlu bio for Attack on Restaurants A I ill DUtlJ In affidavits presented today it was allowed that a control known na "brlnhfc fives" hnri induced Mr. Vnn-I Hnn rnnclsco, Juno 11. With a dorbiltto marry Mrs. Popper. "Bright Biiddonncss that startled tho court eyes," who Is an alleged Indian aplrlt room' Frnnci J- "noy announcod and gives mossnges to Mrs. Poppor, Monday afternoon that tho proaocu- nccordlng to tho court affidavits, tIon ,uul completed tho cbbo agalnBt wroton number of letters, which In- Mnyor Schmltz. Tho nttornoys for duced Mr. Vanderbllt to sign sundry tho defense caught by Burprlso, checks. uhkc(1 tno court ror timo ror consuw It was charged at tho hearing that nt!. nnd In a fow minutes J. C. tho daughter waB loft to tho charity Campbell, chief couiiboI for tho mny- of frlonds by tho mnrrlago. ' ,or Btntou tlmt tho dofonso would put o 'in its ovidonco In quick tlmo today, Texas Oil Company Loses. ! nnd ho added that, unlcsB tho cross- Austin, Texas, Juno 11. After examination were prolonged, tho enso hoarlng the argument of the doronBo wou,(l bo ready for argumont by to upon tho application of tho stnto for morrow night. tho appointment of n revolver for San Francisco, Juno 11. With tho tho WntorB-PIoreo Oil Company In calling of Its first wltnoss thin morn Texas, and declining to Hston to tho ing In tho. Schmltz cnBo, tho dofonso arguments of tho stnto, Judgo Brooks ouUlncd tho plan by which It hopcB announced that ho would grant tho to break tho chain of ovidonco drawn request and appoint a receiver, not abiit.t)iQ mayor, It-will attempt to becnuso it was necessary to insure tenr down tho ovidonco glvon by ox tho collection of tho penalties, ac- Pollco Commissioner Reagan, and to cording to tho verdict brought In Uy Impeach him ns n witnoss. Tho tho Jury, but becauso It wns ovldo'nt crowd in tho court room was tho that tho dofondant purposed to con- largest ulnco tho trlnl began. Hun tlnuo to conduct Its business, pond- dreds stood in tho nislos and lobby, ing tho determination of tho appeal, Tho first witness wns M. B, Scott, of in a manner nnd by tho utuno means tho waiters' union. Through him tho that had boon found by tho Jury to ho ijofonso declares It will show tho nt In violation of tho laws of tho stnto, tack of Reagan upon Tortont's ro of Toxns. itaurant was InstlKntcd by. RonKan. and that tho ontlro lino of attack waa planned hy tho pollco commission. Honey sought tho Introduction of told Rengan ho did right in voting against Totents, but donicd Regan told him n snek of $28,000 had boon raised to secure tho llconses. Ho ad mitted that Malfantl asked him what was tho matter with tho licenses, nnd that ho didn't know thoy would bo looked up. Tho wltnoss wns turned over to Honey. "Did Ruof ovor pny you part of tho ?C000 ho got from tho Fronch restaurants," was asked. A long ar- fgumont followed upon tho objection by tho dofonso, during which Schmltz smiled toward a number of frlonds in tho audience. Tho court finally ruled that he must nnBWor. Schmltz said ho had not rocoivod tho money. Tho wit ness Boomed nnxiousHo nnswor, des pito tho offorts of his attornoys to provont him. Counsel nskod .permis sion of tho court to consult with their client boforo answering ques tions, hut Schmltz didn't want to con sult. Ho stated ho would glvo his nnBwor, hut was stopped by lila nt tornoys, who informed him thoy unnnlmously advised him not to an Bwor. Tho court ordorod him to an swer, whereupon Soh:hItz Bald: "I novor know Ruof received any money nnd novor rocolvcd any from Ruof." Ho loaned forward In hlB chnlr and fairly hurled his nnswor at Henoy. JAPANESE HUNTING "' TROUBLE To Try Standard OH. FIndlny, O., Juno 11. Tho Stand- r Sale of White s is in oil Blast Prices on tho following goods 't away dewn: ftnlan Lawns, "lan LInons Wto Wash Suitings tWhlte Wash Clilua Silk WhJo Wool Dress Goods "hlto Linen Dress Goods Nlo Dotted Swiss ttWte Organdies Wto silk Mulls lte Parasols te Underskirts Wte Smnmer Underwear, "Wto Ribbons "lte Lap Embroideries te Shoes WtC Lone Clnwa. Ko Helta rjfcke Lac CurtaJas JJJ Hosiery JJte Tria Hate Shin Waists Beautiful Summer Suits At AH Prices ard Oil enso was called for trial to-. this ovidonco, but without avail. day on orio of seven indictmonts for) Scotb took tho otnnd at 11 o'clock. violation or mo unio ana tho tniBt Scott said ho wont to Rengan and laws. A Jury trial will bo secured, told hi in ho could not unlonlzo Tor tomorrow. Tho ovidonce is documon- 'tonl's, nnd naked if ho could not tako tHry 'his HconBO away. Rengan snld all FIndlny, 0., Juno 11. A Jury was. that would ho nocoDBnry wna to catch socurod In tho Standard oil enso this' mon nnd womon In tho uppor rooms. morning, nnd tho taking of ovidonco Scott Biiggoated ho hlro two men to started, OIlRnRO rooms nnd hnvo thn nrnnrln. tor send out for tho girls. Reagan approvod tho scheme; so ho got two mon who went to tho placo, nnd had rU8blHsbnirJHHU4..-rrrl4MB4Ut department thinks, tho ntQst aoripus cuiiHcquonco of, tho present American agitation In Jnlati is tho Inqvltablo delay Ifi conducting negotiations for tho conclusion of a now penco treaty. Root doprocatos that tho yollow proBS mako Buch n display of tho troubto that tho pnporn nllr up 111 fooling. It Is undorBtood tho Jnpnnoao omliaHsy hero has boon Instructed hy Toklo that tho Jnpnnoso govornmont hail sont n Bpecinl agont to ban Francisco to mako a special report. ABOUT LIMBER RATES MATTER IS ARGUED Owing to the Fight Between llarrP man and Hill tho Lumber and Shingle Interests of the Northwest Aro Practically Ruined. Washington, Juno 11, A caso In volving millions of dollars, annually to tho lumbor intorosta of tho far West, embodying tho quesUon off Joint rates nnd through routes Is be ing; argued boforo tho Interstate com morco commlBslon today. It let, charged by tho Pacific Lumber Man ufacturers' Association and th shlnglo mills bureau that, owing to tho flghtB between tho Harriman and? Hill BystomB, it is impossiblo to get, lumber nnd nhinglos from Washing top points through Oregon to Idaho,, Utnh, Wyoming, Colorado, Kansas qr Nebraska points, oxcopt by tiaylnr thelocal rates to rortlamirRud re billing. Tho result Is that millions of foot, of prepared tlmVor Is await ing shipment, and tho settlement otr the car shortage, ault ..against thf KA-JI.,'i-il'Ti'.i .....L .' l iiuiiuiMii i-nuiiie, miiunera racino. Oregon Railway, Missour i 5 other linos. rPaolfla an 03 ' ill "'i WINE MAKERS STRIKE Bhy Three Ikflllioiis. New York, Juno 11. Tho stato district court todny appointod throo itho waltor send out for tho girls. Af rocolvors for tho Mllllken structural , forwards they gavo Scott tho check stool manufacturers. Tho liabilities . trom tho restaurant, which ho turned aro six million nnd a half dollars, and tho assets throo millions nnd a half. Tho embarrassment is temnornry. Tho tight money mnrkot Is tho cauHO of tho failure. $2.50, $3.50, $4.50, $6.50, $8.50 and up; Great Values BALKM'S FASTEST GROWING STORK. McEVOY BROS. C0iOOlAI. AXQ COURT 1TRMHS, Decoration nt Heppucr. Pendleton, Or., Juno 11. Plans nro being mado for tho receipt and shipment of flowers to Heppner for tho purposo of decorating tho gravoa of thoso who lost their Uvea in tho flood. All flowers must roach Hopp ner not later thnn Juno 13, to bo used on Memorial day, Juuo 14, n Threw Acid in Her Face. St. Louis, Juno 11. Albert Nies slnger, a plumber, was arrested to day on tho charge of havinc thrown Jvitrol Into tho faco of Mrs. Lena J Waunach, who had refused to marry him. Both her eyes were burned out and her faco disfigured. Fred Laut enschllegen, -who was, walking with her, wub also burned on tho faco. NeUinger. deufos having thrown tho acid. lALHtf, OR. Tftc Japanese Farce. Washington, Juno 11. It Is ofll clnlly admitted that tho Japancso sit uation waa taken up at today's cabi net meeting. Root presented tho state department's viow of tho cent developments. pver to Rengan for ovidonco. Lntor ho proposed to go after tho Bay Stato restaurant, whloh Reagan said was a had placo. Honey took tho witness on tho completion of tostlmony and got from him tho ndrnlsslon that ho held a position undor tho administration. Ho said ho spoko to tho mayor about unionizing a numhor of restaurants, that tho schomo to go aftor tho res taurants not In tho union was flxod at it conioronco or wnicn tho mnyor know nothing. Ho ndmittod going to tho mnyor'a homo twico boforo tho flro, hut denied that Reagan asked him to go to tho mayor and trjto induco tho mayor not to forco Rea gan to chnngo 1i!b vote on tho French restaurants. Ho was excused and Schmltz wns called. A murmur ran through tho audience, efid tho crowd stood up as ho took tho stand. In answer to tho first question lio said Rengan talked about tho French restaurants In 1304. Ho said Pollco Commissioner Hutton asked Reagan to oppose tho French restaurants, and that ho told Reagan ho didn't think tho action against tho restau rants was taken without Investlga-. tlon. Ho denied Baying that all Fronch restaurants wero had. and denied that ho told Reagan after tho Council Too Liberal. Pendleton, Juno 11. Through ltd ovor-nnxloty to hnvo a railroad at any cost, tho town of Pilot Jtock has grnnted to tho Umatilla Contrnl rnll road a p'orpotual franchlso, without any reservations as to romunorntion, revokahlllty or romovnl for tho uso of Mnln street forovor for a rondbod or any other uso to which tho com pany boss fit to mako of It. Tho company, undor its franchlso, enn opora,to trains tho ontlro longth of Main Btroet without restrictions as to tho portion of tho street to ho used, or without rogulntibn as to switches or grades. Tho act of tho common council in granting tho franchlso has brought on a frnnchlso wnr, and n suit hriti been filed by J. A. Sturdovant, ask ing that tho company bo onjolnod from proceeding with tho work, which Is nlready undor way. Sturdo vant is tho princlpnl proporty owner In tho town, nnd wnB tho ono who Inid out tho original townsito, and dodicated tho streets. Nnrbonno, Franco, Juno 11. In, tho prosonco of nn enormous crowd,, tho mnyor of Narhonno, M. Forroul nnuoiincod publicly that a civil etrlko had begun, and toro down tho flag oC Franco from tho city hall, Tho may or, when ho did this, was dismissed by jho municipal council. At tho Biuno tlmo tho tocsin ran' out from ovory church Htoeplo, ana then tho crowd parnded through tho etroo'ts of tho town. Thero wero nor dlsordors. re-.Iatter'a Investigation of tho Pup that Railroad Nenrs Completion. Klamath Falls, Or., Juno 11. Tho California-Northeastern railroad Is exported to reach Darris, sovon miles from Teotor'B Landing, by Novombor 1. Steamers ply botweon Teotor's and this placo, so that noxt winter thoro will bo hut seven miles of stag ing In thp trip to this city. A regular train Bervlco ovor tho now road will bo established July 1, when tho road will bo complotod t Qrr's McadowB. Tho road Is being built In a substantial manner, which glvos asauranco that It will ono day bo used as tho main lino of tho 8outh crn racino between Portland and Sacramento, Tho road will ip all probability not reach Klamath Falls until tho fall of 1008, as it will roquiro considerable tlmo to completo tho diko across tho marsh, and to construct tho draw- Montpollor, Franco, Juno 11. So iIoiih dlsordors caualng the huBBartr. to ohnrgo tho crowd woro followod byi tho arrest of n youth carrying- a ban ner rending "Mnrch on ParlB." The boy wnB rolonbod to avoid bloodshod. A proclamation Issued by tho loailoi of tho revolt, started by tho wine growors, any thoy intend to resort to. nrms. Soldiers at Narhonno today clashed with their commandors, be cause, thoy say, thoy will novor obey tho order to fight their frlonds. Tho rovolt londora Bays tho populnco In anxious for a revolution, but tho" "timo has not yet arrived." had gone at i wroag tlae. He bridge across Klamath river. Hody Is Identified. LosAngoJos, Juno II. Tho last doubt ns to tho Identity of the body lying In a Vault In Evorgreen ceme tery, which wns buried under tfto namo of Olga Miller, but which is Be lieved to bo Bertha Bollstola, waa re moved last night whon a photograph waa received from Fred Bollsto!n Jr., brother of tho glrJ. Tho photo was shown to tho landlndy of tho ho tel whoro Olga Miller boarded, ami alio was poaltlvo of tho Identity o tho girl. Dr. J. F. COOK TIIH BOTANICAL DOCTOR, MOVRD TO WO LXRSRTT HnUHVf FOR ANY DlflKASM CALL OK " COOK OON13SffAlOK 9KWR. i l .. tjw A$ fr M 4 i