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XVII.
SALEM, OREGON, MONDAY DECEMBER 2JI, 1007.
NO.
I
y nor and Greene Must Serve Four Year Term
fSTED
UTOR FOR
lONTEMPT
iTED THE JURY
HAVING A GOOD TIME.
"Seotty" Una a Bank Rcfll TJmt Ho
Is Reducing.
(United Press Leased Wlro.)
Vallejo, CaL. Dec. 23 a mnn
who is known to tho mon about inn
aa "Scotty" 18 cutting nulto n. dnah
uy uirowing inonoy away by tho
handful In tho different rcsortB of tin
town. As a chnngo ho purchased
tarkoya at $4 each and turned thorn
looso on tho principal streets as a
gift to -tho lucky persona who enneht
thom.
"Scotty" Is said to bo npnld-off
PUTNAM, EDITOR
lEDFORD TRIBUNE CRIT
THE TROOPS
WILL BE
RECALLED
PRESIDENT IS FIRM
FORTY-SIX BODIES RECOVERED.
List of -Dead Will Not Jl0 Less Tlwn
Two Hundred.
' (Ignited Press Lensod Wlro.)
Jacobs Creek. Pa.. Dee. 2n A
( total of 40 bodies havo boon taken
from the mlno In which approximate
ly 00 mlnurs woro entombed by an
explosion Thursday. Ton worn .
covorcd today.
Tho position of tho bodies Indl
catcd that when tho crash camo many
of the doomed men knolt In nrnvor.i
i no work of tho rescuers Is progrosi
iK moro rnidv todnv. nn.l It la
PRISON FOR
GREENE AND
GAYNOR
SAN FRANCISCO BANKft 01W.
Rcsutno RhsIhcps "With a Vkmejf
of Any Kind.
1tSt1.rt aMatt.... k a
uunur tuuKur. reconiiv in tim tmvni i. - ......,, vuu., nU t. 18
OF.sorvlco. with ft bank account of T,,R 'IMIKNT REFUSES TO RE. ,,opcd that thin afternoon Bovern!
... I i U1UI U UUI1MMI Will lin fnnti,!
MADE GREAT FIGHT
auv, whloh ho says that ho will
isqunndor, and then ko to work nt Mi
DISTRICT ATTORNEY yard to oarn eomo moro, so that ho
rq n V0 P'oasuro of throwing It
".awny and watch tho crowd soramblo
for It.
NIAKD JURY AND
fc'X IN JAIL AT IIOSK
Press Leased Wlro.)
Ig, Or,, Dec. 23. George
iitor of tho Medford Trl-
formcrly news editor of
Ind Journal, was arrested
ilny night at the requost of
of Jackson county, and
Ipcud tho night and part
in jnll before ho could so-
for his release
Iwns on his way to Port
end tho holidays, and was
ough hero when arreBtcd.
Lthat ho Is wanted In Mcd-
iharge of contempt of tho
arrest is tho result of
appearing in tho Trl
Thursday, In which tho
and district attorney werw
llled, becnu8ed thoy failed
S. Ban-iira, president of
Mvor Valley Railway Com-
fiault upon tho person of
of .Med ford. Ab a matter
8u!J, tho grand Jury hal
ppon tho caso. An indlct-
Putnara is said to havo
jd by the grand Jury yos-
tarreBt ho was token to
ll, wliero ho passed th'
Pas lato yesterday after-
W I, Vftwtni nv.rdiirn.
Jackson county, camo to
ft the editor, and, with
nks, offectod his release
Ills bond
- o
mfia&m ?m r
wmtism ''& m
IlT A
jfKu' y ml
CONSIDER HIS ACTION. IMS
SPITE APPEALS OF GOVERNOR
SPARKS, THE SHERIF1
THE .MINE OWNKKS.
AND
moro bodlos will bo found.
C. W. TRICKETT.
Assistant attorney general of Kansas
who closed up 12G0 aalooiiH in the faci
of a hard fight by the liquor interests.
-- p.. i ' ...
KAISER'S
SISTER A
WITNESS
(Unltod Pross Lonsod Wlro.)
Ooldnold, Nov.. Dee. 23. In nnlto
of the plea sont by Governor Smirk.
- - ,-..-...,
anerirr ingnll and promlnont cltl
zoiih of this city to tho Whlto House,
asking that troops bo kept In Gold-
now, announeomont comes from
Prosldent HoobovoU. that ho will not.
roconsldor his action In withdrawing
tho soldier. ,
The dotermlnntlon on tho nnrt of
tho President to hold to his doclslon
hnd a depressing offoct on tho mlno
owners today." Sheriff IiiKnlls Is
preparing for trouble. Ho Is now
swoarlng In 1C0 deputies for patrol
duty. E. C. Mahonoy, vice-president
of tho Western Federation of Miners,
in in Goldflold, dlrc&ting tho minor's
fight. ,
Mahonoy declarea tho miners aro
anxious for pcaco, but that thoy will
not surrender to tho mlno owners ns
long as tho card system and tho nntl
federation pledgo aro In effect.
Tho situation horo remains aulot.
Tho Comlbnatlon mlno and mill aro
working with a Bhort force.
flr. m
W'ffM'L j v,y,&tiL$ji
m Ymm
"V w
CONTRACTORS AVHO CONSPIRED
WITH CAPTAIN CARTER AND
ROIUJED THE GOVERNMENT IN
THE WORK OF HARROR 1M
PROVEMENTS AT SAVANNAH.
(United Prow Lonscd Wlro.)
Washington, Dec. 23. After wait
ing ono of tho most fltrcy contoMod
legal battlos In history, Ilonjamin D.
Green nnd John F. Gaynor, accused
'of ombozzllng monoy in connection
with tho construction of tho Bnvnn
,nnh harbor, musC go to tho ponlton
tlary, Tho Unltod Stntcs nupromo court
today soalel their fate by uphold
Ing tho doelilon of a lower court
which flnod thom $57G,748, an
amount equivalent 4o that whloh
thoy woro accused of omhowllng, and
sentoncod thom to prison for four
years each. Tho trial at Savannah
lasted thr--Hi montliB.
.J rrr: o
'n,
(United Press Lease Wlr.
San Francisco. Dee. 23. Th ImhU
holidays aro over. Today tho balnt
resumed buulnesa In tho old Mjl.
and resumed their old rosponslhUttta
without gubernatorial or other w&-
tcction against tholr dopooltnrs, trnv
tho resources at tholr command.
Tho clearing houso assoclatlo.
sponklng for tho unnks, deolrt
thoro ia plenty of monoy In Ifcer
vaults of all tho commorclnl concora
j nnd thoro In no reason to apprckon
,nny run.
"It simply moans thnt normal con
ditions, havo been restored, nnd bunt
nosn will bo resumed ns usual," tttatoa
tho clearing honiso nisoolatlou.
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)cc 23. My arrest
(United Press Leaied Wlro.)
Ilorlln, Dtc. 23. Interest In tho
... - ... v v .
ciiKa wnvir i,r wienit trial of Editor Hardin, on a chnrcn
rtho grand Jury and that0' ,,uo, waB suddenly inoroased to-
py for falluro to lndlot uu Wilon ine nam to KaUor's
purtjerous assault," said jBlloi i-nnouw vnanouo or Haxo
w, editor of tho Med-Mo,n,nson' wa8 lraSBl Into tho pro-
foay -The indictment ""'"B".
'Saturday afternoon In ' Tu prowwution declared that the
mo beforo I left Med-i'mrgi mau 8iaat count Moltkfe
sheriff's office waited jwr8 "a81 ,I0,l statements made to
i Dnioi.,,.,, .v, i I him by Attorney Klolnholtz. whn la
t of tho Prallman and ( Pr,ne' Charlotto's personal conns!-,
fan i was refused per,'ur' u""r "iirwuims m umior;
munlcato with friends mimoaiaieiy MKed the court that the
.. ':.i . . . ..
liiiitviw ww .mnuiuuni iu uvilllt o
Riotinjr in Mexico.
(United Press Leased Wire.)
Gnudulajara, Mex.. Dec. 23.
Rurales havo boon rushed to tho vll-
AUGU8TUS P. WILL80N.
The new governor of Kentucky, a
Republltnn,Mho decisively turned th
DeroorraMc tide
Ilurued to Death.
Sawtollo, Cal., Dec. 23. T.
Y
Iney will
RETURN TO
PORTLAND
(Unltod. Press Leased Wlro.)
Washington, Dec. 23. Franola J.
(Hcnoy arrived In Washington nt 7
L. o'clock today and lunched with tlu
ilIIMMI44 nt 1:30' Ho oawo rect
TATrAWTri- o.Ty-.r 31 '""om Chicago on tho samo train with
g -JAPANESE SI OKE g Ilonaimrto, and tnlked with him con-
jn .---, s m w,n u, 'ul, 'raiid eases. Ho
t i At4fQ l.tlrt aCIV f ArtrtC t KOOtt ,ienco t0 Arlsona o try a olvll
. ---v Mr.w . j .VVwW i easo on janunry , and then to San
5 414 Comt StrtHt. Vokolmnw Pr'liig I'urlom. Phono .'101 JS Francisco and Portlnnd, urrlving at
SIMIlMlM4-BBMIllKlllIl!BlH.Ma tho latter j.lnco Junuury 13.
1 . fun iiviv uwiiuuriiuiK lliu
' o
IKmmerly, aged C3, a votoran of tho "'"'attor, Mr. Houay7"
I'nllB1 Qtnu mnrlnn nnna .IM. o t NO, Wild ll.
.."v. ..w..w ...M... kwi kin 1111.11 u
lago of Suhuatland to suppress riot
In tr. which is said to havo started
through a railroad ngont and a prlwBt Civil War record, was hurnod to
having troublo with local bualnoei death in his homo last night. Tho
origin of tho flro is unknown. -
anon concerning my
fthan It was on tala-
refused a chance to
PU or Infomatlon re-
lount of ball. I offered
witness for tho defense
The requeet camo with such sud-
dettnees and oausd such a tir in
court that the nreeidlnr judife da-
s rrnn n. i. i. iolarftd court adjourned. a that ha
-('ViaiT3 III WIU UU' " -
arj during tho night. jm,ght liav 8B opportunity to con-
i un in a filthy, over.,81" in reqa. it to likely ihat
nlnf -ted prison and,th 00wrt w,n 88U,t the Kalsar be-
11 . fnna nlnlna i La auamaH 1 4-t nulti.
n-ro until Rosaburc " e""is ..
If the nrln
of my Imprisonment, oets "ri to give uauraoHy, it
at win ue WK9n pnvaiaiy, ana men
reay. in oouri.
o
fclaco on bonds
men.
Tho authorities hare aaouse tho
pri&sts and nuna wKh ineplring the
troublo by attomptlng to rescue a
priest from Jail.
HE WANTED
DIAMONDS
returned:
BARK GASTOR
ARRIVES AT
ESQUIMAULT
1 "Has your visit to do with your ro
oent charges agninet Fulton?"
"No," ho nnewored. "1 havo had
an ttngagomant a Jong tlmo ago to
ooma. This time Konurnl land fraud
huiririeaa bring mo hare."
"Did Drlstol have In his Demo
tion ovldoricit naedod in Mm in.i,i
fraud ensos or did you?" At first the
ajioclal aaaistaat aUomw IdeMtniiMid
this question nud thon finally admlt-
,td "lomo of the impors woro not
among laud oflleo rocordu roktiAmt u
V'fho case had not bean In ilrlstol's
IPOMOMlon. "l'v had them," ha
said.
Heny did not daNy he mlgUt talk
MME. TETRAZZINI.
Italian prlum donun who has bum
engagtHl by Oitcar Ilainiuertituln for tl
Manhattan Opera nt a salary or f-10.0
n
RAYMOND
HITCHCOCK
IS CLEARED
(United Press Loased Wlro.)
Port Townsond, Dec. 23. -Tho
Drltiah hark Castor, long overduo at
. Anttrl.:. has been sighted at tho on- Ul"T ,ioi JTJS'J.i "..
(United Pr, L.ad Wire.) tranee of the StraHs of Fnca, accord- iSZJitT
Abardaan. Wash.. Dc SJ.-Lonis'lng to a dUpaUih roeelved from Triton l?Z?ilJE ? !!
Fogol. who has been In the elothing tooeb. The vossol Is on its way to1" ?? SV nl1, ? ?
Now York, Dee. 23. Withxra.
making ovon a feehlo attempt to Uo-
fond himself, Hugo 0. Voeoka today
plaadod guilty boforo Judgo Ronnlvr
My to tho charge against him that hn
attomptod to extort $1000 from Itay-
inoiid Hithcook, tho comedian.
Tho court aunouncod thnt Voocka
will ho sontouced tomorroy. Voecka,
who to 20 years old, In tho brother
of KIhIo Voeoka, one of tho glrJg the
oomedlnn Is mild to hnvo ontortalnoJB
at his oountry resldonco. Tho rccont
nrrost of Hitolioook grow out of the
oliargo mndo by the father of the Kir
that h had mistreated Elsie.
pities and an
of the preas to sa-
6fom criticism."
-o
Tho Johns Put Up.
(United Press Leasei Wire.)
New York, Dec. 23. Mr. and Mrs.
e v,iU be fought to a
ga-d the indictment
lo nrostiUitn the, mi.
In mr.lAi- in trraHtv
... .. ,w c,. ....... ...... .. .... .
attack JD itooxaiaiier ana air. una
, Mrs. Jonn u. lteciceieiier, jr., eat in
1 the Rockefeller iww at the Fifth Av-
jenua Baptist ohureh yestecday, and
heard tha pastor, Rov. Dr. O. F.
JAked, say be would not. oontemplato
f A a M v A mlfllntanl In lltln alllfVlttl
a puruittuvuL uiiaianjr ju mis uiiuiuu
$7000 was raised beforo the
fc'OH.
business here for years, and whose BwjHimalt, n. C.
family la tiromlNant In Jewish social I Orava fears for tho safotv of the
onnrl nt I, I..I, ,..n v. rn,l,av l. a Inrtf filiinnlBv tniin aln) nt nHnmri 9K ' . r" ,l- "' "OWOII, Of
that eame in Sunday morning at S daya ago. to aross tha Columbia river ! k,. n. 'J!! f. BUW!t.-r lTl
o'clock, aftar being out 20 hora. har wa frustrated by tho severe MoImlrB ,. " a f"? "
d at that time. '
1 iMniiW. mt 1 .
Robboil n PostoHlrc.
(United Prasa Leased Wire.) shota.
San Jose, Cal., Dae. 23.,,8af8 blow-"
fti-n hlavr nnan tha sofa In tho noatri
... .- , . . . .
offloo at Campbell station early this J
atorrae whloh prevallod
and wkkh forced tha voasol to put off
Fttl Child to Hut Unit.
Llnooln, Neb., Dee. 33. Tho llil
lug today in a whoat field near tho
homo of Olaf Oleson of a hmnuw
tonsu. which Is pronounced by ax.
porta to bo tha tongue of a ohllrt of
about the age of Oloson's &-year-o!r
daiiglitar, Tllllo, Jed Sheriff IJnuman
to nrrost Olason and may clear m the-
mystery surrounding tho ehlltPd tflu-
appoatanco. It Is hollevud now that
tho little ono was murdered and fed:
to tha hogs.
HAN JIATKO 8AFK.
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IH111, Anyway.
Leased Wire.)
Dec 23. After unless $7000 was raised oorora ine.Tno roouers u&ea niu
ifo in enclearlnjr congregation left their pews. Thelforolng the strong box
Va TAA , nnllaittAl In AeVt atl1 I
rum loman 'i' 1 uuu huji luiivuicu iu vu mmu i
'$ WHWVO ' I
' night shot her in written pledges within a few minutes,
small calibre rifle. I " Aked showed considerable feel
separated from her Jn6 in demanding a ohango In tho
last nleht willed administration of the finances of tne
e appeared at tho cnurcn
mrnlnt or.. I Aluinniul U'llli f.ft ! MVlul" nt TIIIh t.K'v.l- Will t - nt I fox
1 .itAi U s ...M. I fl..l.l Y...... im-i.. v.
iiiuuvy uim t.uu worm 01 niuuijm. i .uuj iai u inii i;uwii. i
Tho robbers used nitroglycerine in' (United Press Leaaod Wire.) 1
San Franolioo, Dec. 23. Tho San
Mateo, whloh it wo feared met with
dlxaatAP ott tha ftrncrnn t-nnat la an fa
In pott hero, preparing for anothorj
PATTON BROS. BULLETIN
Wo offer toJay a most Interobtlng and unusual salo of hooka, fiu-
ujb romamiug uoiiuay snopping days books at prices that will suit
huh ny purseuooKs selected with utmost caro and purchased at a,
price io ename us to sell at prioo to make others squirm.
A Long Time to Wait,
(Unltod Preas Loased Wire.)
m.. Ifm. 1.i. 04 Tlin m mln- Irin in tllA tlftrth ft rat l.ln ..n
aif, nDT'l VV. itf.,MW HIU 4U1- "1(1 " ".V TOH111 V 1MB M ly UUHU,
ars entombed at Ely cannot be res-.the San Mateo encountered severo
cuod for at least 20 days more. They storms, and lost a, portion of her
aro being ted through an air pipe, 'cabin. This was cast up on the shore
IN OUR
HOOK BTORi:
TODAY.
TO-
the rifle and! Aked said the $7000 was needed aro heing tod through an air pipe cabin. This waa cast up ou tho shon
60th taking effect, t opay off a deficit in the church ac- and in this way it is hoped they can near Bay City, Or., and lad to tha be
ilia VAnr nnvA iin'ii rirtifn .uei uibjl ine vmtMi was idsc.
We offer 7011 an unutual bar
gain in classics, usually sold by
nest concerns at twenty cente.
Today and tho remaining holiday
shopping d&yu
IN OUR POST CARD HALL.
You will still And a good salo dis
play of
"CHRIST3IA8 POST VAHlHiJ
We still havo nearly all the mmt
cards complete Thoy make moat
desirable gifts to tho absent ouiw.
ti-ecover,
CUUUl I"" " -- ..-- .--.- .. .-
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