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Otttttfll .Ofc SALEM, OREGON, THURSDAY, JANUARY 510, 1008. NO. 28. .xnB. fit GOVERNOR AND FULTON White's Treatment of Evelyn Is Indefensible" fAND LANGDON HAVE WAR OF WORDS fees fie District Attorney the Lie and Says Sto ries of His Intent to Escape Were False . w mm mm in . "' . ' MftTW !!! IT I n mi 11 iwiiw 'GOVERNOR i hifnadwo, Jan. 30 The llo.brlbory chnrgos from Judge Lawlo. kMrfU!i morning between " snturuny, wnon no promised to btland District Attorney,"" "' u,,w,u aiu" U1 tu""8 it" in Jodge Lawlor'B court ont- At thnt tlmo JutlR0 Lawlor will in so uuto up uio manor oi mo mo tion of tlio prosecution to take the ikftt a bitter wrangle bo- jUttfoa tnd Attorney A. A. . .Ill !. -- LKjrt5DUng tho United uul'08luon ol Jnuinas ' "urns, an Mtndanti, over certnln j0,"i,lo OI U1 mm iIU8 m011011 appearing In the newB-l18 l0 " vigorously oppoBOU uy tuo ul which were nllogod by " wiuon nsseria mai, ns uurni ib lait been orlglnatod by.,H naur auupoona an n wunoBS in At A 1- A . A uteWittorner Tho oxchnnguj1"080 casus, mo prosecuuon cannoi i!xl between Lnngdon ,tn" n,s deposition. (klnitjuwd by the state- Attorney A. A. aiooro was a tnuo tCtle former that Rucf bad ,at0 n arriving at court, but moro ifcurbj with the ropro8onta-'tnntl nindo up for tho tlrao lost with till Uoited Railroad, .added verbosity and pugnacity. Hu Winttti i conrlnunnce of hlH objocted to a contlnr.innco of the Cal- Cft u of the United Railroad (Continued on pngo Ave.) CAGO STOE'I PI PR DADOAIM UnilCC I PEOPLES BARGAIN HOUSE The Last Week of Our earing Sale fere Hill be no mercy shown to prices. Now Moortlme to buy Up-to-date Merchandise FRISCO FIGHTING HER RATS AFRAID OF PLAGUE SUSTAINS ; POSITION ALL HAN FRANCISCO IS BUYING POISON AND TRAPS AND THE ONLY SUBJECT OF CON VEIN RATION IS "RATS, THEIR CAUSE AND REMEDY." ies at of floo Bediiwtfk a mtfeent deafest ' n, yard k rHi n of i2 MBt m grstt variety 0f 81 EHt ,lfj. r., oA l...ii . 'iia'r"1" " rr styi: " "" prfe, 1,000 yards of dainty Torchon lncoa and Insertions to match In ail widths. These laces aro well worth any place In America at IQc yard. For thla sal only, yard 5c If you want bargains In dross goods and silks, also in domestics, oonid to tho Chicago Store thta week. arU a ,t ., Kt , T"' H tad 1 U '.Mt Tk t MJ .i l IDA ta-.l. nt m . : "WHrk i ' - i iKIIr. - 15c . ft,..,r C0T - I a ' -"work. -WI ' p v. ; wortk tttrtRg nrfcw, Ik That We will give you prices on La- te' Suits and Coats this woek that will surprise you Ladk' l'advrsklrt3 in silk and mercer fced cotton, also flao furs, half price. Does The Business San FrnnclBco, Jan. 30 Wnr on tho rnt, which heretofore has ben carried on 4n a desultory manner, was inaugurated in earnest today, poisons and traps being set out by thousands of householders, store keepers, stnblo owners and others, as we'.l aa 1y tho regular corps of rat catchers in -tho health department. Owing to tho lack of publicity glvon the cxistonco In this city of bubonic plague, tho public failed to respond In proper manner to tho requests of tho health officers to aid in the cam paign of extermination, but the pub lished statement of Dr. Blue, of tho marlno hospital corps, who is In chnrud of tho plague, situation, to tho offoct that there would bo an ep idemic hero when tho warm weath- or coraeB unless tho rats wero exter minated, and tho city cleaned up otherwise, .has nrousoJ tho people 'If tho gravity ot tho situation. Whilo tho spread of tho plaguo has been chockoU, Dr. Dluo declared that In fection among rats Is so groat as to cauBO alarm. Ho pointed out thnt In cities where tho mortality duo to plaguo is tho greatost, the por cent age of rat infection is two, whereas the prosont Infection found In rats in this city is 1 per cont. There was a porfoot run on tho hardwaro shops today by seekers af ter traps and druggists wero ulmost overwhelmed by purchasers of rat poisons.. Tho war will bo kept up unrolontlngly and It is oxpootod that by tho time the battleship fleet ar rives tho city will be In a thoroughly santary condition. ' o NEW YORK AND HORSE RACING Albany, N. Y., Jan. 30. The IHughw antf-raolng bill, which be- comoa an aotlvo issue today, Is one of the hardest nuts that the Ntw York loglulatnTO has ovr been asked to craok. On one side is that part of the public that is opposed to horse racing, and on the other is the now jockey club, which has been fighting the "bill Incesiantly. The comm!tU on codes of both branches of th legislature will hold a public hear ing on tho moasure Fobruary 19. o RUMORED TAFT MAY RESIGN NO POLITICS IN IT RENEWS CHARGE RECITED IN AFFIDAVITfl MADE 11 Y HENEY f AT lORTLAND, RUT SAYS FUL TON ONLY ACCUSED SMITH OF 1IEINO A (JRAFTEH. Governor Chamberlain today, bo fore leaving for Albany, confirmed hfs intorvlow with Honey, to tho ox tent of Haying that Fulton camo in to his office and brnndod J. S. Smith ns a grafter, saving: "Ho took tho old man'n money and didn't keep his ngreomont. Senator Fulton, in nn Intorvlow, 'ably bo served at Hotol. One of BOARD OF TRADE TO GIVE BANQUET Be a Love Feast and a Boost For Salem, and tke Surrounding Country The dnto for .the big nnnual ban- their rospcctlvo vlclnltloa afford quot of tho Snlom Boar dof TraduVont opportunities for profltnblo in- vostmont in oloctrlc rond building to thla city. Othor Mvo topics will bo brought up and tho Inspiration and announced . for councllmon and will doubtless hna boon officially Fobruary 18. Tho mayor and o.thor city olllcorB of tho Orogon Electric Rail- tiro Wlllnmotto vnlloy nearer togoth way Co. and the ofllclnls of tho or, and mnko posslblo a dovolop Southern Pacific will Join with tho mont whVch Is commenBurato with Bnivtfn.Mftna wnlnrwt iPHMju.-iiuiia hiiiiivii oiilolnls of Portland, the. bind tho progrosslvo forces of tho on ofllclnls and biiBlnoss mtfn of Salem in this city on tho nbovo dato and for enthusiasm and tho general up building of tho community will hold the greatest booster gathorlug over hold In tho Capital CUy. Tho personnel of tho various com mittees Is under consideration, and will soon bo announced by F, G. Dock obnch, prcBldont of tho Salem Board of Trade. Tho banquet will prob- tho Willamette says nlj ho did wns to warn tho gov ernor against appointing Smith, on th ground that he was a graftor. OovoTpr-Ghamborlaln Bay8. Fulton made his statomonts voluntarily, and that ho gavo out no stntomont of tho mattor until cnllod upon for it by tho fcdornl authorities, and then not for tho purpose of injuring Ful ton, but In Ah lino of duty as n pub lic official. It was after Fulton told him what ho did, that ho sot on foot an Inves tigation to ascertain If Smith had roally nccoptod a bribe. Ho found that, whllo thoro had been cloarly an attempt to brlbo n member of tho logislnturo, Smith had gono into it with nn understanding with a com mittoo of which John C. Young and II. L. Barkloy wero mombers, to bell the cat and find out tho fncts as to monoy being usod. Tim Attack Not Polltioil "It was published In tho nowspa- pors thnt Smith had rocoivod $lf00, but waa nevor bo stated by Fulton or Smith. It was stated by others that monoy was being used, Ixut I know nothing of it personally. I do not know that I shall bo a camildnto, or what use I shall mako of tho Inci dent, in case I am forced Into the campaign. If my frlonds Intfct I tho Important matters which probably will bo dhcussod l& tho method of intorostng capital to Irivost In a uystem.of jjct?ic.ln( honeycombing tho surrounding conn try. Dnllas, Stayinn, Sllvorton ajid tho ncexlB and tho natural rasourcoa of this, tho gurdon spot of tho North west. Tho oxocutlvo committoc, nt its mooting yoaterduy afternoon, also decided to furnish lltorafmro-for ad vertising tho Wlllnmotto vnlloy to tho Southom Pacific, tho Los Angolou rgproBontntlvos of tho Portland Com mercial Club and to tho Sunset Mag an'no's reprosoutntivo In Los An golos. The executive commlttoo of tho Snlom Board of Trado consists of tho following well-known buRlnosa men: F. O, Deckobnch, president; A. F. Ilofor, sectary; F. N. Derby, Jfv'D. Pntton, A. Huokostoln, F. M.. Power and J, M. Lawrorico. 1 ' " JEROME CHANGES OPINION OF WHITE Says No Word Could Justly be Uttered In Defense of. Stanford Wfiife Because of His Relations With 15 Year-Old Girl New York, Jan. 30.- rical profosilon and sooloty circles of Now York wore well roprosonlod In court this mornUng when District. At torney Joromo arose to begin his oloslng arguments In' tho murdor trial of Harry Thaw. Thaw ontorod court with tho usu al smile, bowing and speaking to his frlonrln nnil rslntlvAS. .TimMnn Ttnwt. shall mako a campaign It will not bollB took hJg 80at ft fow mlnntM b6. a pergonal ono against any man. I do not expeot to go to tho senate. It Is an aggregation of money-bagj, and I havo no monoy to spond wining and dining that bunch, in order to get legislation that the people of ths state want put through." Washington. Jan. 30. It is ru mored hero with groat perslsienoy that Secretary of War Taft has placed his resignation In the hands of the President, and will sood with draw from the cabinet to take charge of his campaign This report Is de nied from the White House, and Secretary Taft la not here to make any statement PLAN BATTLESHIP TO CARRY SUBMARINES. Washington, Jan. 30 Ono of the big problem confronting the navy department grow out of tho docls- Ion to send submarines from tho At lantic to tho Paclflo ocean. It has boon tuggected that tho department eaniftruet a "mother" ship,, capable Of carry" ng four submarine for long dtotaneee, and picking them up and droplag thorn conveniently. Naval exports are figuring on such a craft, whkh will havo a fighting radius ooramonsurate with the modern bat tl3hip fleet. i fore 11 o'clock, and Immediately thoronftor the volco of tho dlstrlot attornoy was hoard. Aftor replying brjtfly to Attorney Littleton's charge that ho had been dlsaourteous to the dofonsa and Its The thont-1 front of him to omphnsteo his words, mm jniiw nun auiiiuy anu aouuor nluly killed the man ho hated. Joromo's sudden change of atti tude in referring to tho dond camo a? a groat surprise. In the first trinl ho dollverod an nddroBs brimming over with praise for White. Today ho ndmflttod nil that hna boon charged ngalnst tho man Thaw killed and attributed tho murder to tho hatrod existing botwosn tho two mon. Jeromo then switched Ills argu ment to tho ovldenco of tho witness es who told of Thaw's oooontrlclties. and plekod It to pieces. He declared witnesses, he contonded thnt the, that Thaw, when he was a young' CHOLERA KPIDEMTO IN CONSTANTINOPLE. Constantinople, Jan. 30. Tho hfahh authorities of Constantinople are boing" gravely concerned as to the stemming of an epidemic of chol ora which is assuming great propor tions in tho city. There have been scores of deaths, including a number of well-to-do foreigners. burden, thrown on tho dofonso, of showing that tho defendant was in sano was not sustained. Ho ox plained tho laws oovorlng tho various dogreos of murder, and mentioned the difforent verdicts that could bo roturned by tho Jury. The prosecutor insisted that whether or not the Jury bolieved the story told by Hvelyn Thaw, a great wrong had been committed a wrong that cried for vengeance. Ho de clared that not one word could Just ly bo uttered in defense pf Stanford Whl to because of his relations with a lb-yoar-oid gin, mil ne saia wiai these relations should not havo of fered Thaw any reason for hating tho arohltoct. After referring to tho testimony given by James Ollnoh Smith, White's brother-in-law, concerning his conversation with Thaw Just be fore the shooting, Jerome suddenly seized tho revolver from which the fatal shot was fired, and dramatical-, ster, was no different than thou sands of other spoiled, headstrong children, who should have been soundly thrashed to rid thorn the habit. When court reoonvoned this af ternoon Jerome at onoo plunggd In to fcirthor dlsouHl(in of tho testi mony given by the witnesses from abroad. Tho prosecutor then paid a high compliment to the Integrity of Mrs. iWllrJam Thaw, doclnrlng that hq did not believe she would swear to an untruth to save her son's life. He said the defendant's mother could see no signs of Insanity in hor son until after Christmas eve, when he roturned homo aftor hoaring stories that "had boon circulated about him. He told his mother on this occasion that ho had Just left tho girl ho loved; he said he really believed ho loved the girl with a devotion that presented a strong contrast to that of tho girl. But his actions wore not ly declared, holding tho weapon in those of an Imane person.