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SALEM, OREGON, WEDNFSP VY, XOYFMHKR 27, ni(7.
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NO. 272.' '
EINSCH
MIDT TO GO
ON
STAND
FRIDAY
ET FOR
FRIDAY
SCHMIDT CASE
ATTORNEY WILL ASIC
1) JURY FOR AN INDICT.
WE FATHER ARRIVES
led Press Leased "Wire.)
loy, tai., isov. zt. tiio nrst
the rclenso of Hnrry Klein
charged with tho murder of
ellows .will occur next Frl-
rnoon beforo Judgo Harris,
lAlamcda county superior
At that 1 1 mo tho attorncyn
&ung otudent of tho Unlvor-
allfornla will bo prosent to
freedom through hnbeos
roceodlngs.
URh the ovldonco In tho
purely circumstantial," said
Utorney Brown today, "wo
rcn such a Btrong web
through any habeas corpus proceed-!
ings, and when ho comae to trial tho ,
case will end In his conviction, I am
euro." Next Monday District Attor
now Brown will nsk for nn Indict
ment from tho grand jury. "You
can Bay positively that we will not
havo tho body of Bellows, which Is
now resting at Springfield, Mo., ex
amined," continued Brown.
A. Klelnschmldt, father of tho ac
cused boy, Is expected to arrlvo In
Berkeley today from Holonn, Mont..
whoro ho has been In business. When
Harry was arrested tho elder Kleln
schmldt nt onco took Bteps to closo
out his buslnoss In Helena o come
to Berkeley.
Tho Klolnschmldts wcro tho re
cipients of numerous calls this fore
noon from neighbors, sovoral of
whom voluntoorod their services, It
thoy woro of any use. Among tho
callors was Miss Hazel Hotohklsit,
whoso resldonco Is across tho streot
from tho KlolnBchmldto. Miss Hotch
kiss has recently bcon montioncd as
a posnlblo witness In tho case, be
cause of hor acquaintance with tho
family, and It was In regard to tho
publication that sho mado tho call,
o
MURDER
MYSTERY
DEEPENS
CRIME AT OAKLAND
IDENTITY
WHILE
POLICE
OF WILKINS KRST
WIFE UNCERTAIN
ARE IN A QUANDARY.
KILLED HIS WIFE
AND HEAT TWO MEN.
(United Press Leased Wire.)
Redding, Cal., Nov. 27. Mrs.
Clay Hayeo, ngod 21, Is dead from n
bullot wound Inflicted by her hus
band, who, In a Jealous rago, had
just beaten James Raines and nnoth-
of lor man, whoso nnrrio has not bcon
ut Klelnschmldt that tho learned, with a olub, at Gas Pqint,
a will not bo rolensod 30 miles from hero.
iCAGO STORE
PEOPLES BARGAIN HOUSE
(United Press Loasod Wire.)
Oakland, Cal., Nov. 27. As tho
police proho dcepor Into tho sup
posed murder of 'his psoudo wife,
whoso Idontlty Is still a mystery, by
M. A. WllkliiB, In their little cottage
In Elmhur8t, tho grewsomo tragedy
develops foaturea that not oven n
Hold, Kansas, the supposed home of
the prisoner's wlfo.
Wllklns has retained Attornoy
Hugh Melsnnc, of San FranclBco, as
his oI visor.
Although Wilkin declares ho has
no wife, n record of tho transfer of
the ElmhurH house, where tho mur
der was done, shows that Lillian and
J. J. Drennan deeded tho property to
Mark A. and Vornlo Wllklns on
April 21, 1007.
Tho Sau Frahclsco police nro look
ing for tho Jowlsh woman who enmo
to purchase MrB. WilklnB clothing,
and who told tho neighbors that
Wilklns told her his wlfo was dead.
Tho stomnch of Mr;. Wllklns his
been sont to a chemist for analysts.
Rumor of Identity.
Kansas City, Mo., Nov. 27. Henry
P. Llnderman, proprietor of tho
Frnln Hotel In this city, stated today
that ho thinks tho woman known as
Mrs. M. A. Wllklns, whoso body wnB
found in Oakland, wns his dnughto.,
Vornle Llnderman.
Wilklim Identified.
San Francisco, Nov. 27. M. A.
Wllklns, who Is bolng held in tho
Oakland Jail for tho murder of tho
woman, whoso body ho burled in
quicklime, In tho renr of IiIb homo,
onco served a term in prison for
OnborioaU COllld Imvn ilrnnmml r.f
Evory olomont surrounding tho af- cutting tho throat of one of his nu
fnlr has a tlngo of myBtory and morons wives, whilo living hero un
grlmnosB that has fow parallels In vlor tho namo of Jomos a. Bonnett.
tho criminal annnlB of California.
Desplto tho porslstont swoatlng of
tho prisoner, but ono statement bear
ing on tho death of tho woman has
Truck Destroyed.
'Tncomn, Wash., Nov. 27. Ed
ward Trow, a Northorn Pacific
boon wrung from him, and that Is swltchmnn, bolloves the lives of him-
that sho took hor llfo by swallow- Bolf and a Northorn Paclflo train
ing strychnine. Ho does not offer to crow woro saved night before last
oxplnln how or why a towel was by somo occult InflMonco, which gnvo
tied around tho woman's mouth or him a promonltlon of danger. Ho
Powerful Bargain Sale
OHDhR FOR THIS WEEK WE MUST HAVE ROOM, FOR
JLiniV NOVELTIES SO THE GOODS IN SEVERAL DE-
5XT8 WILL RE SLAUGHTERED NO MERCY SHOWN TO
-NOW IS THE TIME TO GET RARGAINS FOR YOUR
lh WILL BEAT THE REST PRICE YOU CAN Gin1
hiEnn.
Willamette University vs. Albany Atli. Club
Willamette Field, Thursday Afternoon.
AT 3 P. M. Admission 50c
BROWN'S
WIFE MADE
A THREAT
THE BRADLEY TRIAL
ASSAYNR CHARGED
WITH ORE THEFT.
Ilono, Nov., Nov. 27. Ono of ,tho
biggest finds of Btolon "high grndo"
oro over known in tho camp at Qold-
lilold has Just boon mnU In tho col
lar of George Rlchnrdson. About
12,000 pounds of rock was hlddon
In Backs beneath a pllo of rubbish,
nnd all of tho rock will avorngo at
least ?G a pound. Richardson for
morly conducted an assay ofllco In
Pueblo, Colo., ami wns arrested thoro
last spring for "high grndlug," and
hta trial on that chargo Is otlU pond
ing. Ho has boou arrested In Gold-flold.
CALLED HER HUSBAND VILE
NAn EX-SENATOR RENI ED
PARENTAGE OF SON.
(United Press Leased Wire.)
CliristiiMH Gifts.
(Unltod Prosa Leased Wire.)
Tacomn, WnBh., Nov. 27. Bollov-
Ing that tho custom of giving gifts
on Chrlstmnn needs a radical reform,
Mrs. Carrlo V. 8haw-Rico, a pootoss,
who has got out sovoral votumo3,
and who Is also a promlnont olub
with a numbor of friends,
Washington, D. 0., Nov. 27.
Whon the Brndloy trial was resumed .woman
this morning Arohlbnld Livingston, wno ontortnlncd hor opinion, has bo-
a olorft in oxSonntor Drown'B ofneo 8ttn n Propaganda against what thoy
In Salt Lake, was again called to,t0,m "tHo Chrlstmas-glvIng habit.'
tho stand to glvo testimony In ro- "Wo ftro not against tho custom
buttnl. Ho Idontlflod a railroad of Rt " Christmas," sola Mm.
tlckot which hod been turned In by n'co thin morning, "but wo are
tho defendant after sho had changod aKnlnst tho nbuso of tho cuRtom. Tho
hor mind about going to Lob An-dfl' ,H ,0Pt In memory or tho Olirlat
golos, go.lng to Washington Instead, .child, and. to my mind, nnd also In
Tho witness snld that at thq t!mo'tno opinion of friends of mino, chN
Mr. Brndloy had asked him If ho,nm only" Bhould bo tho bnnollclarlon
thought Brown Intended to marry "r gratuities. It Ih a- r.hlIdror.'
hor I holiday."
"I told hor," tald Livingston, I o
"that I did not think ho did, whoro- Oninrt Mnsquernrto and Skating Car-
upon sho exclnlmed: 'Ho will havo
to or I will blow his head off!'"
Mrs. Brndloy smiled during Liv
nival
That ono of tho groatcat carnival
;ovonts over given In tho cltjvwVl
rAHDS OF PLAIN AXI)
WOOL DRESS GOODS
HI 83c A YARD NOW ON
AT aoc
INDS OF YARDS OF
rV DRESS AND WAIST-
BILKS FROM 25c YARD
IP.
(AIlUS OF DARK AVI
COLORED OUTING
f.VFIS REGULAR 7J5
gi ALITY
''iiuuin .ijc
iff
o
U K rrmiik
-- S -'V
NOW ON SALE
MEN'S 05o HEAVY FLEECE
LINED UNDERWEAR NOW
JJOc
MEN'S 75c OVERALLS NOW.I5c
MEN'S 10c SOX NOW -tc
MEN'S lOo WHITE HANDKER-
. CHIEFS NOW !e
MEN'S 25c WOOL SOX NOW 1 SO
MEN'S 25q SUSPENDERS... 100
LADIES' 75c OUTING FLANNEL
DRESSING SACQUES NOW
CHILDREN'S H5c WOOL SWHAT
"HRS NOW ..' -I3e
why hor corpso was burlod In quick-1 was on tho front ond of a locomotive
lime. Nolthor does tho man, whom spoodlng out through tho Northorn
tho pollco look upon as an arohflond,,Paolflc ynrdH to South Tncomn. Whon
oxplnln why tho woman stnrtod to nonr Balloy stroot ho suddonly felt
dig tho hole which lntor booamo hr'& cold chill nnd a groat approhonslon
own gravo, boforo sho died. for his llfo. Boliovlng that ho wns
In tho porformnnco of this tnlC,n danger, ho signaled Englnoor Sy-
played unprocodonted cold-bloodod- to ll ,,R,t nnd Trow walkod ahond i
noss. That ho should havo plotted t,QW arB nnu I0"I1U 3U IQQl irH0"
tho woman's denth and proparod for,mid "00" w"8'od away by a froslm,
tho covering up of his crime as b duo t0 tll ,10avy rft,n lnat had ,,0'J
did was fiendish enough, but to com.ifs,,,nS nU tl10 aHornoon. Tho spot aml JiJg wJfj
poi nia prosncotlvo victim to nB8latl",,l'," v"" b"u wnru
Ingoton'B testimony. LjvirjgBton ad.- t'Jo P'nco at tho Auditorium rlnlt
mlttod that ho told untruths' .toTho Thurlay. ulgli, notr Bcomn,'huroa.
defondnnt conornlrtg BroVn. in or- :J31nbornto ujropnraUQn, .nro .bolng
dor to mnko their rolatjons ncreo- mado nnd a largo number of 'akiifli
ablo. Replying to a ouory ' from nro nlready rosorvod. Two nnlr. or
Attornoy Hoovor tho wltnois do.'ohnrdson ball bearing nlumlmim'
clnrod that tolling untruths wns not rollor skntos and ton dollars In Hkate
a part of his buslnoss. tlckots will bo given awny as prises
Thoro was a dramatic and Mnox- 'o mankorH. Evory Imnglnnblo char
pooled dovolopmont whon Qhrlstlon- oor will bo roprosontod, nnd a bar
son, ono of tho wltnoMoji, doolnrod rol of fun Ih promised. Skating Ih
thnt Brown. In tho proeonco of him- very popular In this olty, and thh,
soir, nnu tho dofondnnt nnd Mrs. Doing tho first mnnquorndo of tho
Brown doulod the parontngo of Max iwnson, a largo number of nmskora
Brown, his oldoat son .who toetlfl nro nssurod. Mnsk Will bo romovod
yowtordny. Upon honrlng this, tho and prlo nwnrdod ot 0 o'olook, nftor
wltnous snld Mrs. Brown called tho whloh evorybody will be nUowod to
sonator a "vllo, low, moan moral do- sknto until 1 1 o'olook. Special mw
genornto." jslo by MoBlroy's band.
At a conforonco nt Pooatollo. tho' n .
witnosw tostlfljd Mrs, Brndloy on- Muirlngo LIcciihch
torod tho room whllo tha sonator1 County Clork Allen yoidordnv af-
woro talking. MrB. tornoon Issued a mnrrlaKo llconso o
TlMk.
".S OF I.TJIP nmrra
Kits now on sale
b THE NEWEST
SHOWN WE
11,1 PRICKS Tin nTTTc
so. ""
IVDIRS $.50 TRIMMED DRESS
.HATS NOW $1.01
75c DOUBLE BLANKETS PR 30c
2.00 11.1 HEAVY ROUBLE
HLANKETS NOW 31.JW
REST SAXONY YARN SKEIN 3c
REST SlIHTIi.M FLOSS SKEIN
7e
HUNDRKDS OF YARDS OF
THANKSGIVING TABLE LIN
ENS NOW ON SALE.
15c RLEACHER TABLE DA
MASK PER YARD 20c
91.00 HLEAOHED TABLE DA
.MASK BEAUTIFUL DESIGNS
SATIN FINISHED SPE
CIAL SALE PRICE PER
YARD fl5c
McEVOY BROS.
"SAL AKD COURT STREETS. SALEM. PRECOX.
In digging hor own grave Is consid
ered nlmost boyond bollof.
Tho motlvo for tho murder, if mur
dor wns done, is another ballllng fo
turo. VllkIns ould not have
gained financially by the woman's
death, as ho was worse off by her
demlso than If sho were alive, as Is
Bhqwn by his attempt to havo Mrs. I.
M. Anderson, a neighbor, poso as his
wlfo bofore a notary public for the
purpose of having a powor of at
torney recorded In ordor that ho
might sell tho cottago In whloh h
and the dond woman lived.
Ono plausible thoory Is that 'he
was tired of tho woman, and doolded
to got rid of hor before Jie would bt
callod upon to asaumo an addqd bur
den In tho support of the ohlld that
would have oome In October had the
woman llvod.
That Wllklns Is a man with a rec
ord the poHco no longer doubt, the
discovery of a kit of burglar took In
the cottago having fully convinced
them that he Is nn old criminal. Hs
picture will be sont to the police
throughout tho country In the hope
of identifying him.
Soarch of the Wilkin premUos
was resumed today, and it would
cause no nurprlso. to the polio If
other bodies are found. A seareb
has also been instituted for Barl
KIramons, the former San Franol
co street car man and friend of Mrs.
Wllklns, who dropped out of sight
soon after the woman's death.
Further attempts to forco Wllklns,
to reveal the identity of tho dead
woman wero made this morning, but
he steadfastly refused to tell who
sho was. The police momentarily
expect additional advice from Sbef-
the railroad crowes n swale, and the
engine would havo plunged 12 foet
to tho bottom. The Sonttlo-Portlnnd
train would havo pasod ovor Un
same stretch a few minutes later,
and tho discovery of the broak prob
ably n vod tho train from being
wreckod with a cortaln large logs of
life.
MARIE CAIIILL COMING
Brown rushod at tho dofondant ox- Silas 0. Murphy, ngod 22, and AJta
olnlmlng, "Lot mo kill her." ;Burson, ngod 10, both of Stnyton, H.
Christonson doclarod thnt Mrs. Hill witness. Tho following IIuquho
Brown had solzod tho dofond- was Issued this merning: Benjamin
nnt by the throat In tho Pa- F. Qifford, of Portland, aged 2C and
olflo Hotel nt Pocatello. but thoy Myrtle L. Duunolls. of Sllvorton,
woro soparatod. Later In his room ngod 10, F. H. Ourtls wltnoss.
Brown admlttod that ho was tho ., n
father of tho dofondant'a two qhll- For Snlo A Columbia disc uranho
The New York World spoke of
Marie CahlU's hU In "Marrying
Mary." nt Daly's theater, as follews:
"Marie CahlU's new play makoe n
hit; free from vutdevllle; humorous,
tuneful, entertaining." The charm
ing star nnd play will be soon at thu
Grand, Dee. 5.
dron hut that ho was not the fath.
or of Max Brown.
Mw. Thomburg, tho polloe mat
ron, who had ohargo of tho dofond
ant tho night of the shooting, testi
fied that tho defendant said!
"I am not oraty; I am far from
being Insane."
puono (136 maahlno), and 25
records; good assortment. Twlon-ty-ono
10-Iiioh nnd four Jl'InQU
Hlzo. Prlco $25. ll-27.dw-tr
Boy RoIiIht Captured.
(United Pres Loasod Wlro.?
San Franolwio. Nov. 27. Frank i, . . " . . .
-v "" ", III Will (J
Call for Hid.
Notlio Is htirohy givon that tho
undersigned will rooelve soaled blda
for the Jmprovoment of Twelfth
street. In tho city of Salem, Oregon,
from tho South boundnr lin of
city, wmo-
Grocery Storcn CIoihI Tomorrow.
All the loading groceries will bo
eloeed all day Thy rd ay Thanks
giving day. Place your order today.
Weller Bros.
Central grocery.
W. A. Irvln.
R. D. Gilbert.
A. L. Harvey,
II. H. Ragan,
John Hughes Co.
Molr Grocery Co,
H. M. Branson.
Farrington & Van Patton.
J W. Harltt.
Roth & Oraber,
MaPharsnn. a lifiv nt 17. urni nrriul. ..
ed last night In Oakland on a oharg "Zn t " ,?r2Wt, l? 1h'
nf i.i.i -....... , .. nMi boundary line of Stnto atreot.
ran(i ' .,n Ba,tl c,ty. "wording to phins art
Several weeks ago McPherson. In j,0,flcat,0' Heretofore adopted by
company with two men. whoso nainea Lh" ..0Tn OOUnol1 0f U, 0,ty ot
f.n urntoBMa tn ,a lonnr.nl nt r.P "'u. wrKOU. UJUl WW 0l 1110 in
WW, ... -.V.,., W .,W ......M.. ... M.W
tho otlloo of the recorder of said
Villi) in hnvn rtntnra1 n i1rnr ntnm
.u. .ium.inmnn . Mrnr nf oUy- Sa,,l h will bo so roodlved
Tenth and Jefferson streets, in Port-.by u,e ",Jor8,nod ttt ho o1 '
land, holding-up tho proprietor and "'' u ;a v, ' Y, -
seourlng a fow dollars in sllvor. Tho I " -"" wmiw cneo
trio then, proceeded to rlflo the post-,for 10 por c)nt of u, a'n.Qnt bid
ofllco till, nnd soourod about 1S in mu company each bid. Tho
stamps. wir-su-- iw ruwurveu w reject, any anu
The mon rofuwd to divide tho,
spoils with MoPrebson, according to
his tulo, and ho was forced to leave
Portland penniless. Ho arrived In
this city on tho 22d on a steamer,
and has since been living In an Oak
land lodging house. McPborson
waived extradition proceedings, and
win be taken back to Portland on
Friday.
all bids.
Dated at Salem, Oregon, this 2Ut
day of November, 1007.
W .A. MOORES,
Rocordor of tho City of Saloin, Ore
gon. 11-27-Ct
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