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llmiraal SALEM, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 20, 1008 NO. 27. , ,1 - !! II . , ,. , t WIIMIIIIIWIIIMI II I ! ETON ATTACKED BY HENEY hteen Petitions Filed a Ad Two More in Sight I1Y0U EXPLAINS PANAMA BOND ISSUE HENEY i Cfarges of Favoritisni, and Shows That the Issse Was Oversubscribed 44 limes IjfiUstfoo.Jan. 29. Intcrost In ,! Sutos sonato contorod hU reply of Becretnry Cor- :$ tl resolutions asking him i the methods he employed !tf the Panama bonds and it certificates during the r panic. Iljsflinitlon was very lengthy iUniUtt of It was llstonod to I pi attention. I Its th deliberate Intention of Lfckiitntlon to make the of- hfl Panama bonds moro nt- i Itti the certificates, tlio iMjj to avoid the with- lot Jtoney from banks and to Incronso bank circulation," rend the explanation. Thon Soorotnry Cortolyou has In serted rocordR to moct tho clinrgo of favoritism mado against him in con nection with tho distribution of tho bonds nml cartiflcatos, showing that tho bonds wero distributed In -10 states nnd tho certificates wero allot ted to IS stntos. For tho first tlmo It Is made pub lic through tho communication that tho Panama Issno was over sub scribed moro than forty-four tlmoB, tho bids aggregating $2,220,001,580. Tho secretary explained that In ndoptlng overy necessary measure ho folt that ho was bound to havo ro- fc7ml?micTo7fmwJ m sto PLES BARGAIN HOUSE ' ."'YB The last Week of Our earing Sale Itee will be no mercy shown to prices, Now JHwtlrno to buy Up-to-date Merchandise ATTACKS FULTON IN BITTER SPEECH CHARGES FULTON WITH AT TEMPTED BRIBERY, AND PRE VENTING TIIK ENFORCEMENT OF TIIK LAWS AGAINST TUB ASTORIA At COLUMBIA RIVER RAILROAD. fi. I'nfnv. ft ., v. Km, atunwarj ' atae-.ent deigns. 1 W, yard k tjJ mds of 12 l Qnt ?m grm var,y Qt 813c rVH.iu, .. .. . H diff&A. 5 ,Hil mc. I21-2c l ... l '-m ysriU eri; i wr TK 'tVie, . ISO ' 4 Hfitl, IS tad -&e And lrial u 1,000 yards of dainty Torchon lacoa and Insertions to match In a41 widths. Those laces are well worth any place In America at 10o yard. For this sale onjy, yard 5c If you want bargains In dress goods nnd silks, also in domestics, Qouid to tho Chicago Store this week. 15c '.... rwif?:w:wu ri , " mm touj. LV-- I i,.i. c. earing prlW( 2lc Wlhat Portland, Or., Jan. 29. Francl J. Honey mndo good his declaration that ho would show tho peoplo of Or egon why ho did not think thoy should ro-oloct United Stntos Senator Fulton In a sensational speech, whjca bristled; with charges and affidavit to back thorn, at tho First Congre gational church last nlght,Four tcou hundred peoplo hoard tho speech.- As many more wero djenleil ndmlttnnco to the auditorium. The. address was- ovor two hours long. In It Honey charged Frulton with at tempting to bribe Stato Representa tive J. S. Smith, of Linn county, In 1897, with a paymont of $3000 In cash to go into tho legislature and break up tho dead-lock In tho sen atorial elootlon by declaring for Mtcholl. .Ho produced affidavits from Smith, Governor Chamberlalu nnd others who declared that $1500 of this money was paid Smith and that when Smith refused to do as ho had Bald ho would Fulton threat ened him with violence. In tho Smith affidavit ho assorted that the lato Senator Mitchell told him at that tlmo that (hero was $3500 in tho sack and that all of It was for tho "boys training with us." Honey charged that Fulton was Mitchell' sackholdor in this campaign; that In 1899 ho used his influence to pre vent tho enforcement of tho game laws against tho Astoria & Columbia River Railroad and Hammond lum ber Interests: thnt ho agreed to pro tect George C. Brownoll from pros ecution by tho re-appointment of John Hall aa district attorney, nnd that at present Fulton rtpresents tho Interests of tho rallronds and corporations at Washington and not tho peoplo We will give you prices on La dle' Suits and Coats this week that will surprise you. Ladles Underskirts In silk and mercerized cotton, also fine fur, half price. Docs The Business STRENGTHENING THEIR PRISON FACING ANOTHER SCANDAL GERMAN ROYALTY ANOTHER GKRMAN EDITOR .MAKES SENSATIONAL CHARGES SIX INITIATIVE PETITIONS FILED Wide Range of SubjectsEighteen Petitions Filed to Date and Two More In Sight AGATNST HIGH ARMY CIRCLES Six moro initiative potltions havo lieon fllud with the secretary of stnto. Thoy tire: To make it unlawful to tako or flah for Balmon or sturgeon othorwlso than with hook In any of tho waters LIKS MANY NOBLE LA DIMS of tho Columbia or its tributaries, cast of tho mouth of Sandy river. WITH TIES? SHOCKING IMMORAL!- Berlin, Jan. 29. Royalty is con fronted -with another scandal in high life that promises to bit oveni" more BonBntlonnl than tho rocent oxposo fcf Edlt6r Harden. Dr. Leo Llpzelgor follows HnrdonM footsteps by printing In this week's Ibsuo of lilif weekly pnpor, "Roland von Berlin," fresh charges against army clroloB. Lolpzlger's expose dif fers, ftvn Hnyden'i,'iri 'that It links tho names of many noblo- women with. "Bhocklng Immoralities." Stren uous efforts are being mndo to sup Piross tho charges and keep them from the public, o Tho second, to nmond tho consti tution provides thnt most competent of pcrmnnont cittz3iis of county, Hhnll bo ohoson as Jurors. Out of tho jo nttendlng court seven shall bo chosen by lot an grand Jurors, and taking flvo to find Indictments. Dis trict attorney mny flio ainondod ln dlctmont, If original Is defective. Third, amondlng constitution pro viding ululor cortnln conditions for proportional representation. Four, providing for tho recall of nny public olllcor. z Five, compelling legislators to voto for nnd olect candidates for U. S. son ato recolvlng tho highest numbor of votes. Six, limiting' can'dldntos' election oxponsos, donning preventing and punishing corrupt or illegal practices in nominntlonn nnd elections, Hocur Ing purity of tho ballot, providing-Tor furnlBhlng Information to electors, and for tho mannor of conducting contests, Eighteen Initiative potltions havo boon filed to date, and two moro in sight. THE. PREAP THAW -1 .' - CASE ABOUT ENDED JOHN WHITNEY KILLED Special to Tho Journal.: t John Whitney, a prominent farm or living two miles north of Wood burn, was shot nnd Instantly klllod this afternoon. His body was .found bohlnd tho barn. He was supposed to havo boon leaning ovor his gun, and his doath la bollovod to havo boon an accident. Ho Is a brothor of Mrs Stalgor of this city. o CAUGHT WITH THE GOODS Littleton Is Making Splendid Argument to Day On De fence and It Looks Bright For Thaw Manerleld, O., Jan. 29. Carrying $3000 in gold In a grip, John Mc- Cue and Joseph Stevens woro taken from a Big Four train at New Lon don today charged with stoallng th money from the Adams Express i Company's office here qt midnight. Burl McGInty, a olork In the office, tuts bw-n arrested as a confederate. Tho tuitveg pushed aside a package containing $10,000 to get the gold. -o AMERICAN FLAG SOLD IN- LONDON Walla Walla, Wash., Jan. 29. Twenty convicts started to work at th penltontiary yesterday making improvements that, whon completed, will represent an expenditure of $100,000. and before the ens of the week moro than 100 men. will be working. The stockade walls will been enlarged to twloo their present sie. and a new juto mill, twice th capacity of the one now in use. will be constructed. When the work la completod all the buildings at the prison will be within the walls. o- : Dlvorcefl Granted. t, fniinwiiK? decisions were ren ,.... . jnn..tmnnt Vn o nt the puxohased by cliVlt cWyeday .: to Wa.ngton or the US naval W B Mowherter vs. Kate Mew-cademy. Tho British warship Shan """ . , . nrvn rt-ntured tho Chesanoak off Bos- herter. divorce; decree as prayu ,"-.-;: . ,D,, ', ., If u Iva A. Ammon vs. Henry Amman Now York, Jan. 29. Probably tho largest crowd of spectators that has so far attondod the- trial of Har ry Thaw In one day was prosent this morning, attracted by the announce ment that Attorney Martin Llttloton, chlof counsol for tho dofonse, would begin his closing address to the Jury Whon court opened Evelyn Thaw wai sitting beside her slstor-ln-lnw, Mrs. Carnoglo. On tho side of Mrs. Carnoglo sat Mrs. William Thaw, whoso facial appoarancs showud that she was still ill. Sovoral womon frlonds of Attornoy Littleton occu pied soats noar tho attorney's table, and noar thorn sat Sir Alan JohnBon, British minister to Denmark, who Is visiting thjB country. Thaw entorod the court room with his face decorated wth a broad smile. Ho bowed low to his rolatlvos as ho passod them, and, aftor taking his soat, engaged In conversation with Llttloton. Attorney Littleton began his argu ment at r10:o5 o'clock. After deolarlng that tho defend ant was entitled to evory presump had not Inventod tho dofcmiu thnt has boon made in bohnlf of Thaw, but only asked that tho 13 Jurors take Into oonsldoratlon tho funda mental rulos of organic llfo to koo If "pntornnl Inlluonco had boon respon filblo for easting n. shadow ovor thin boy's life." In drawing n skotoh of tho dofondant's llfo ho said that tho footprints of his boyhood marked his lator ciKirso as a innn. Sldestopplng "domontla Ameri cana," tho two words used by Attor ney Dtflmns In the flrt trial to de scribe eoolnl conditions, and all other rhotorloal protoohulcs, Attornoy Lit tloton'a final plea for Thaw was a masterful argument, comohod In di rect torniH and dollvored In an om- phatlc, Improsslvo style. Occasional ly tho spoaker snoorod at Jerome's method during the trial, but, for tho most part, his argumont was a ro view of tho oi Id on cs. Ho had con cluded his obflorvntlons on tho med ical testimony whon the noon reaess was takon. He had carefully avoid od tho use of the names of Uvelyn Thaw and Stanford White, preferring tlon of innocenco, Littleton took up to mention thorn during tho after tho ovldonoe of Insanity. He said he1 noon. MADE DKSI'ERATE ATTHMIT TO ESCAPE. Albany, Or., Jan. 29. Taking ad vantage of tho momontary absence of tho guard while tho limited was stopping hero Henry Martin, u fod eral prisoner from Goldflold, New, escaped from the train. He draggsd a 16-pound shot and chain, whoh was a . i- :n 1 t t tiy-k rrt ltsd London. Jan. 29.At public auc-auacneu ip " .. - ;"""'- in t,. fl thnt flnntrwl nvar thfllMlorO U wiui huio i .. - Chesspcak. American man of war. from It by breaking the chain with the ship of the gallant Lawrence, I a heavy rook. Local police took "P I.,, ..Lm n,v tn Tn,w,n it lB . the chase and Martin was captured Lore than likely the embloju will bo Jin a thicket about four ' 'ourohased by an Amorloan. U, send here. Martin was convioUd of rob- blng a postoince oi ujiuiuuio, i-,., and was being takon io tho Salem, diverce: decree as prayed for. Mary Ehraer vs. Drew Ebmer. di vorce; decree as prayed for. ton harbor In 1813, and towed It to HrMfax, N. S. The ship's flag was cnt tn London, where it has re- jmalned ever sliice. Or., penitentiary xor coniiuci""v- o i Fulton Say It Is Damnable. Washington, Jan. 29 "I don't know what Heney can mean when he says I handled tho Mltoholl sack In 1897," said Senator Fmlton 4odny when shown a copy of .Honoy's speeoh In Portland Inst night by the United Press correspondent. "It Is damnablo If ho alleged that I handled any money corruptly for Mitchell. I will say nothing more uutll I hear specifically what Heney ohargos." u To Mt nt 8t. Paul. A dJspatoh from Washington, to day says tho National Educational Association In soeslon at Washington, D. O., voted to hold its noxt sosslon at St. Paul, ugust 17. .. . n- Exhibits Are Free. Toklo, Jan. 29. -Tho diet passed a bill today which provides that all of tho general exhibits to tho Japan ese exposition In 1912 will bo exempt from customs.