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ffl) 3i . I if j. I Jff J SALEM, OREGON, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 17, 1007. NO. 918. regon Land Frand Trials Will Begin Jan. 13 E RUEF FORCED TO PLEAD !S "NOT GUIITT Dlnan, "not guilty." Dlnan alco 1 r plead not guilty to tho indictment Hj A I I charging him with porjury. Both'niLL IO cases wero men continued till next Monday to be set for trial. That Iluef Is, to (eel tho weight of tho big stick for his refusal to testU fy In tho United Railways cases h now practically centuln. When his I testimony wao wanted most, during tho two trlala of Tlrcy L. Ford, ho refuned to go on the utand to toll what ho know, unless tho prosecution granted Immunity. This domand lr wao lmposslblo for tho prosecution to grant, ovon had (hoy boon In clined to do so,, as ho had pleaded guilty to tho extortion chargo and SWIPED VALUABLE JEWELS. FIRST ON CALENDAR; Story Mnkcs it NoIrc Like nn Actress' AttVoi-tlPciucnt. (United Press Leased Wlro.) Pasodonn, Cal., Dec 17. Burg lars mado a successful haul of abowt 10,000 worth of Jewelry from tho residence of Dr. Albert 8. lloyt, of South Pasadena, InBt night. That tho thieves worked rapidly and wero exports Is shown by tho fact .that Mrs. Hoyt passed through tho rifled apart Li CD) A I 1 &I&I IO lirVT Jloyi passed tnrougii tno rmeu apart nrKfVlAnIN IN NiA I 'montswlthln 30 minutes prior to tho iiLBiiYirtnii io mla i obbory Mr 1Ioyt,s r08lclcnco , ,0. 1 cntcd next door to that, of tho widow 'of Ocorro W. Child's of Philadelphia. XITION WILL PUNISH THE Jutg0 DunnQ ,md dcclnr(sl ,, MAYS AM) M. 1100TI1 WILL FOL. nnd Just across tho street from tho LOW HERMANN AND THEN THE r?9l,l0C0 riMrfl' nr"0ld' widow of tho martyred prcsldont. GRAFTER FOH REFUSING .wuhl novor nllow tho ox-ho to ea- pnnn wlHimit n enntfinnn ..,' .. 1. UVU.VUKU, TESTIFY IN THE TRIAL OF (tCV FORD. United Pre:s Loased Wire.) Francisco, Due. 17. Abo 'this morning boforo Judgo plead not guilty to tho in- ent Jointly chnrglng him with SDlnan, cx-chlof of pollco, with Irncy. xno ennrgo ngninst has been continued from time Although District Attorney Cook would not discuss the matter, It it thought that tho prosecution of Huof on this chargo will bo rushed, Tho domurrora In tho prlzo fight casos woro continued for ono weak for hearing by Judgo Dunne. MO" PRIVATES OF THE AH IIA1IA GANG. (United Pross Loased Wlro.) . Portland, Doc. 17. FanclB J. Honoy appoarod In tho fudoral court this morning and set tho Oregon land fraud ensoa ut January 13. Tho cao 'of formor Dlstrlot Attornoy John Hall will be tho first on tho calondar. CALEB POWERS TRIAL Triangular Cojlcgo Meet. (United PrcsB Leasod Wlro.) Stato Collogo, Pullman, WaBh., ningor Horman will follow, and thou to for tho last lx months, and i Dec. 17. Manager L. A. LqwIb, of Franklin P. Mays and James M. Afl nnia ntotrlnt Atlnm.iv 'llin Un oil I tuff nil otnln rnnV innm Tlnnth. Tlinrn wnrn nlinnl 40 ilnfnlnl. 'I . . 'nt Pnloli Pmvfira tmlnv liv Min Intrn. Faskcd that tho dofondunt bo.nnd Mnnngora Q, n. Woodward and nntB in court, ami tho attorneys no-- 7, ;":"-, "" '. ,'"'" P. Porklns, of Whitman Collogo and fending woro loglon. Practically ov-. " ' ; "" tho nlvorBlty of Idaho, rcspoctlvelv. ory prominent law Arm In Portland,?0" Bodn ""f"!""0" of w xr.. o n, .!, wn rfltirfliflnin.1. lTonov will Innvn Governor QOObol. It lind neVOr boon, of tho big triangular meet betweoa Portland for Washington tomorrow ZllTl "JS ,w ...III nvnnlntr. wlml li will An In Wnali.l -"., v... ...v. ......., u. ...... .....v Mtll ......0. .., .v .W M-M Attorn.'y tho Washington stato to puna hub morning iiib no- anie rs a complote surprise. attorney at first, howevor, nio effort to block the prosccti- tnd when tho clork of tho court (United Prosn Loasod Wlro.) Georgetown, Ky.( Dee. 17. Great surprise wns occasioned In tho trial their three Institutions which ded hlo plea, Rucf, In a low bo held In Pullman tho same as last Ington Is a subject of great Interest J ""Ri.I! replied, in conjunction with f year. In Portland. Tho appointment of u ,8 tho cll"to' n'l m Qoobo'' fllCAGO STO PEOPLES BARGAIN HOUSE aWMMBWMBMMM I I OUR CHRISTMAS EXHIBITION iseful holiday goods is a grand showing of the itifacturer's daintiest and best products. The )rtment you have to select from is enormous" y-two departments filled to the brim with the pest and choicest goods shown on the Pacific it. Buy Useful Xmas Presents ro FINE SILKS FINE DHKSS GOODS LADIKS COATS LAWKS' SUITS FINE FURS SILK UMBRELLAS SILK UNDERSKIRTS SILK WAISTS SILK HANDKERCHIEFS LINEN HANDKERCHIRFS FINE HOSIERY' KID GLOVES SILK MUFFLERS LADIES' LACK COLLARS MEN'S NECKWEAR MEN'S CLOTHING HOY'S CLOTHING SUSPENDERS WHITE HHD SPREADS GIRLS' COATS And hundreds of other useful Xmas prints. tmmmmmtm wm mmm mm mm mm mmm Wo bavo now Jn stock a beau tiful assortment of Ladlos High Clasa Coats and Suits, also Fine Furs and Silk Coats. Bought es pecially for our Xmas trade. They ire bought well and ill be sold it small price. Great valus In Ladles Uadar sklrts in mercerized cotton . heatborbloom and silk Prlc from 95o up to 110.00. 'Bpcclal prosecutor to handlo tho cases win bo tho principal object or his visit. It waa reported In Portlnnd today through prlvato message.! frojnr Washington that D. D. Town send nnd A. I), Dockor, special fed or al attorneys, nro now on routo from tho capital for Portland. Dockor Is suppoflod to bo engaged In tho South orn Pacific land grant casos, but Townwnd, who Is well-known hero, la on an unknown mission. Ho may bo tho now prosecutor. Honey cxpucta to arrive In Sau FrancUco on Jnuuary 0, and 4o par- CHINESE BOYCOTT ENGLISH GLASS FACTORY CLOSES (United Protti Loaned Wlro.) Canton, Dee. 17. Tho throatonod boycott of tho Chlnoso. morohnnts against tho nrltlsh wns formally do olarod today nt a meotliiR. Tho first tlolpato In tho Calhoun trial, WIntn,Btop , lho (nroot0 will bo an nt asked how ho Intended to swing both tompt on tho pant of tho Ohlueso.tnor tho Calhoun and the Hall cases nt chanlB to preclpltato a Btrlko among tho samo tlmo, ho romarkod that "it ' tno om,,ioyos of Drltlsh flrma In tho wns no body's business how ho In- canton trado. tended to run tho trials." j 0 I "And horo nro lota or poopio in San Frnnolsoo who would like to know that," ho continued, "but I am not saying anything." I Whothor Honoy droppod Bristol, or Fulton's influenco In Washington wns sufficient to overcome the strength of Henoy's endorsement n another that Oregon politicians aro attempting to solvo. Bristol, It is said, belloves, or did believe, unices Stookton, Cal., Dee. 17. Tho Tn- Heney has romovod tno suspicion, -Cfl0 window glass fuotory, whloh that Honoy was roflponslble for his wag flnanoed by J. Dalzell Brown Bviddon removal from tho payroll of an(j yt j, uonnott, of the dofunct tho department of Justice. Hony California Salo Doposlt & Trust Com wlshos to ruftli tho prosooutlon of the pany, hau beon closetl. Umatilla land graft cbsob. Thaw( Thoro Ib a lot of glass on hand Io have boon plgeon-holod, It is sold, i,0 Uottoned, cut und boxed, and this and Honey bjamos Bristol for thin. If ork will be continued until tho on tho Umatilla land fraud onsos aro'tlre output U roady for tho marke.. prosecuted a greater soandal thnj jho plant la the only ono of 1U that which brought down Sonator kjHtl Jn tho Wo8t TJie foot0ry hn Mitchell may dovelop. Ibn unablo to supply tho trado. o Tho window glaea faotory Ib oon- Soum Ono HoiiHtmlxMvd It. alderad ono of (the fow substantial Mt. Vornon, O., Dee. 1 7 JOJW awata of tho Oollfornln Safe Deposit W. Llndley, founder of the Phi Beta I & Trust Company. It has been oper ThoatA fraternity, aed SI, dlsl of aWj Hn09 the bank elosod by the agreement of the men to aooept a por tlon of thoir wages. o- ' AfKtr K.lnj; Curl oh. (United Preea I.eawd Wire.) Llsboii. Dee. 17. King Carlos, mon of lho first regiment, and CO.- ( with members of his family, cabinet 000 rounds or ammuniuon. iu omoera and te diplomatic oorpi OREGOM SUPREME COURT BREAKS THE RECORD foro tho delivery of tho hops. Bnftw tho tlmo for tho pnymonttr hecumm duo, tho plaintiff sold tho Irvh ki Ladd ft Bush, and tho dcfotwftwrt claim that It was an nbandonmest C tho contract, which roleasod tkem. Tho court holds that, unless ths fKiP ty puta it out of their powor to talNt tho cantract tho other party ow't liy roaBon of the transfer tret th -tract as abandoned. And tho pfefo tlff having Btill tho powor to fiuIMl tho contract on thoir part, the iUm will lie whonovor tho dofondant fatt to perform his part, SI7TTLES SIXTEEN CASIiS lifi. CIDlvS OEKR-ODELL ItASE LAND SUIT AGAINST DEFENDANTS KREBS-LIVESLEV HOP LITI GATION GIVEN CONSIDERATION. pnoumonla today. TIki Tobacco War. (United Pree Leasod Wire.) Louisville, Ky., Dec. 17 .Captain Carrol, accompanied by alx pleked day for Hopklnavllle to guard the narrowly eacapod being blown to city, whloh la being terrorized by a band of "night raldora." i atoms uy anarouiais in mo eawieurai last Sunday. A torrorl&t, dlsgulsod as a priest and armed with a bomb, wan reoog- e nlzed and captured during mass. The Kiwwp IfohMHi Talk. Washington. Dec. 17. It Ib opinion of Captain Hobaon that the prisoner Is said to bo ono of the Raiiinf? of tho Atlantic fleet Ib the first 'moit dangerous anarcblsU . ever step on tho part of tho United States In behalf of the whlto nations of the oarth. to nrevent the enoroachmont - - w " plaod under arroat. In his poi- aesiion wero found complete plana of the cathedral. Indicating that bo had of tho "yellow peril. The noro mjcomo xnure ior xno oxprwes purpnvo the Merrimac holda that the only of throwing tho bomb where It would Jway to revent a conflict with Japan destroy the lives of the king and bis Is to obtain the mastery of the Pa- advisor. A aysternatic search is be c)flc lug prosecuted for bis accomplices. Attor u vacation since October 24 tho supremo court at uoon today hnmlod down tho largest number of opinions on rocerd: Jean St, Luc do Robonn vb. Angus- tlno Schmldtloln, nppoalcd from Jackson county, revornod. Stnto v. King W. Bnkor nnd Adolph Johnson, appellants, from Multnomah county, convicted of al lowing a fomnlo nndor 21 about ea- loon, affirmed. Holla S. Knnpp, nppollant, vs. Wll Hams, Camp, ot itl., from Jouophlue, rovorned. Robert Brown vs, Goo. W. Irwin, appellant, from Josephine, oult to en joined from cutting timber, affirmed. J. W. Roots vb Baring Junction Lumber -Qqji Jtpnul.liint, frpmqinek nmnn county, nfflrmod'. Stnto vb. ChW,')ci'i),'dolftTy Indicted with Morwln McMunnlcs, np pollnnts, from Bonto;i, local option cnaoa, nlllrmo.1. Stnto vb. Ocorgo L. Blodgett, an pollant, from Multnomah, convicted of murder In flrnt dogroo far .killing Alice Mlnthorn, rovorsod and now trial awarded. R. D. Humo vs. Nolllo F. Burnu, ndmx., nnd 27 other, nppollant, from Curry, for trosposslng on llnhory, af firmed. George B. McNonr vb. George Gut- tin, nppollant, from Clackamas affirmed. George Summon, appellant, vs. T, T. Geer, L. B. Geer and W. II. Odell, suit to rocovor money paid for mlno. al baso, npptul from Marlon coun ty, reversed and remanded. W. C. Copper vs. Emma Blair, re spondont, nppeal from Marlon coun ty, rovorsed. Kreba Hop Co. vb. T. A. Llvesloy & Co., nppellants, from Marlon county, nfflrmod. Rohoarlng denied In Kramer vs. Wilson, Joeephlne couMy; Soott va. White, Jaokson oounty; Froeman vu Trummor, Multnomah owinty;. Admitted to practice: 0hnrlis Short, J. II. Stovonson, M. II. Ken dall, Charlee B Merritt, Oak Dale Merrltt, Portland; Homer Wattif, Went on; O. F. Sheldon, HJlliboro. Court adjoHrned to Tuesday. Tli Ottfidoll SiIt. This suit wu brought u recover tho aum of 19404 as damage for money obtained from plaintiff and others, who claims were assigned to him, by conspiracy and fraud. The complain is 340 pages in length. H ehnrgfts that defendants conspired to defraud nil persons desiring to pur chase Indemnity lands from the state, by withholding Information as gover nor and land agent, and roforring all Inquiries to Odell. and assisting him to sell "mineral base," and that mon ey was paid to Odell for such infor mation, which iBformation was worthies. The court holds that there is nothing sufficient against T. T. or L. B. User, but that the charge that Odell .o!d "is I serai baio" as good, when It was of no valuo is suf ficient to chargo him, and the de murrer Is sustained as to Oor and ovorrulod a to Odell. Krebs-Llvtfclpy Hop Suit. Action upon a contract for the sale of hops. Tho plaintiff mado a con tract with tho defendants for the salo of hops to bo grown on certain lands of plaintiff in Polk county, pay meats to bo made at certain times be. TO MAKE 8IIONT8 DH7. Frenchmen Want Sampler of I'ami- iiia Canal Engineer's' Work. (United Pros Leased Wlro.) Pnrla, Doc. 17. Much to hlo mor tification, tho Duo do Ghauluot, who Io engnged to marry Thoadorn Bhonttc of Now York and Chicago, linn Jaat learned that hla ancontrnl chateau fir to bo auctioned off tj pay hhi dobta. Tho proporty haH already boon of- forcd for Rnlo, but no bids for It ban boon mndo, owing to tho fact that creditors hnvo kopt tho prlco up, hop ing thM Mlsa Shont'o father will bay It no n bridal proscnt to hlu daur.h-tor. SEATTLE MAY HAVE A LOCKOUT ,. JUaUtyii Tun Loasoa. wu-5.; SeslleMfaah.,rDec, lJy-jIwMwI-Ing trouble boTweon tho IttUldiiiir trades of tho city and the master bulldora cumo to un open breuk yt tordny. IPIghteen laboront ou th First Mot hod 1st Episcopal church building, which In under conutructloe, wnlkod off tho Job without going to work at all In tho morning, and con struction work on tho utructuru wa: tied up all day. Tho strike 'started with tho masew tender employed In wheeling, brick to tho brloklay th, and Ib u resuW et tho opon shop policy announced las week by tlo Master Bulldora' Ass olatlon, nnd tho recently organise Soattlo Builders' Exchange. Howor or, it was not tho opon shop declara tion (hat precipitated the striker je torday. Tho contractor ait tfco ahur'ch- Job told tho iihihoii tomlom that thoro would bo u reduction at wages for them from f 3.60 n dar tm 12.60. Adoyt artlllrafo Plan. Fairbanks, Alaska, Dec. 17. Tho Washington-Alaska and First National banka aro to go on a clear ing houso basis, and cortlflcatei sr to bo issued on Wednesday next. lei the moautlmo only $60 a day la to bw drawn on each account. New Yolkerii'UriiP lluilir. (United Proas LeaBed Wire.) New York, Dec. 17. According to. present plans Alio Now York county Republican committee will consider a resolution at Thursday's moetfri? declaring that the rocord of Governor Hughea makes him a candidate for tho presldonoy and urges that atate conventions choose Hughes ttipport ers as delegate to Alio national coin-, ventlon. Arranged Trcity Willi Jnnr. (United Pross Leased Wire,) Toklo, Dae. 17. It U mjnU-olM- eially nnnounoed that Chlnda, yloo- mlulster of tho foreign office, may la Ambassador Aokl's succosiior at. Washington. Minister Lemioux, of Co nadir, whu cama to Toklo to nogotjato n treaty,, will return homo soon. Tho negotia tions have beon concluded. To Name Taft, (United Prea Leased Wire.) St. Louis, Mo., Doc. 17. It la nouueed that a resolution favoriagr tho nomination of Secretary Tatt far tho presidency will bo Introduced! thla afternoon at a meeting of th Itenubllcan Btate committee.