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DAILY OAl'iTAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, MONDAY, MARCH .10, 1008.
ESTER GILLETTE EXECUTED tinned from page one.l Today nn ofllclal signed statement wna given out by the Rev. Mclllravny and Prison Chaplain Ilerrlck which was as follews: "Becauso of our privileged rela tions with Chestor Gillette we doom It unwise to make any detailed state ment of what wo learned from our talks with him, bf.it we simply wish to say for the benefit of the public mind, that no legal mistake was mado in the carrying out of the finds of justice." A Pathetic Story. And eo ends tho pitiful tragedy of I iCoa -TT"77h7aweetheart whom lyero".;-- ".. .,,, betrayed aua u--, ..-. HlrLn :e here T this it toe biuio v hit. . . , , nm a Pnll,d, cow.cring youth and a slm- L-scit wltn bib " , H . xrc. Plo country girl who loved unwisely ,ic.-u - oul witn painouc constancy a story hl9 spiritual advisor and to. Jn 1fo mght from the imaginative pen of a Haw thorne. The Btory of tho murder of Grace Brown, "Billy" Brown hor friends called her, by Chester Gllletto' on lonely Big Moose lako undor the frowning penkB of tho Adlrondncks Isa realistic classic. Tho daughter of n poor farmer, Billy" Brown tired of tho quiet life of country routine, and wont to Cortnnd, N. Y., whoro she obtained a position In a shirt factory. Thorn sho met Gillette, tho nephew of the owner of tho mill and a bookkecpo" In tho establishment Gillotto was tho dashing young benu of the town and his attentions to the simple coun try girl flattorcd her nnd mado her tho envied of all tho girls of tho mill. And then ono day Grace Brov.n disappeared. She had returned o her home bearing in bronst an awful socrot. At tho murder trial tho cor respondence between this girl and hor lover was mado public. It por trayed In simple language tho Btory of broken hoarted girl who still loved nllil wmilft rnfimrvl tn lmllnvrw Mint Hi rurt. Chan'n.n Ilerrlck re- promlfj08 Qf hQf lovornvoro thc OipWn Herrlck that ho was rcf the crime. jlclllrarey, rerusea io g.u & details of tne coniessiuu tjTll ail ora' on, uui no uu- Hl,t it bore oui prucucuuy coBtntIon of tho prosecution ktrliI- . , .,. jtiejoutn sat Birnpiiwi iu w H rtlled tho Rev. aicuiravey i ,!de. and the executioners iMck. stS Bother I am preparca to iw0od." he said in a calm "And that not a single act JraaJs between me aim mm. htflhato no hard feollngn iiirone, but am oniy uueu Jbttow for the pain, anguish Ana I havo brought upon her i2w. Good bye." .Wt entered the death houso ll l m. His face was shaven Allowed no sign of emotion aid unassisted to the chnlr. tokvn In a eomfortablo pos- rthjait the faintest trace of a in itt ' ni it tended by tho two clorgy- udiftor tho prelitnlnlarles had Ite thirty-third psalm, Gillotto t'r with bowed head n.nd nt Anion mado his stntoment to : HrP'rovcy Tin cap was art- The switch was turnod and hind a half ampere currout Itolti applied for 30 seconds. let contact was mnde, and nt IWson Physician Gerln pro- I the boy (1 en J pt the execution, tho fnthcr , tro sisters nnd n brother of Jjiere waiting at tho Snlva In: hearqtinrters When ln- fcUt It was all over Mrs. Gll- p his spent months In a vain I to fave her son, uttered a fj and fe'l forward In hor arms In a stnto of eom- rIe Her condition is crlt- I'le Is today fn tho caro of Sl8 il an ofllclal postmortem, 'Mtbe executed youth will Jeter to his paronts for bur- tpMsedaca'mnicht Incon. Mfh his Spiritual nrlvlanr. preparation of a statement siren out by tho prison Far it rends- lterlDC thO Shadow nt Mm k'b nnd it Is my desire "Whin to remove tho kobt of my finding Christ. "ir in this sad momont Is rro6lvoHim pre-eminence -'"'"i nad theopportun. fJ d on y say somothln 1 ' momnH i..f .. ki young nn t mm. l PiMhegrratfst privilege "" me The., (o A Havo f? undon-whlftli pcef-ri f . " l have boon r my vie 1 ' ffv in Hi tack , woib of a perfidious scoundrol Ho had promised to marry liar. A hun dred timcH in those letters sho bog ged him, for tho lovo that had boon hers, for tho nnmo of the unbotu nnd becauso It was right, to come nnd claim her ns his bride. Sho d'r) not throaton. sho did not complain. Sho only nsked for justice. And Gllletto enmo to her after many weoks of troublo nnd mental anguish upon her pnrt nnd they wont nway togothor, sho bollovlng that he had come to mnko good his promise nnd that ho would right his wroig. Ho took her to n fashlonablo bu ri mer hotel on Bib Mooso lnko, dolay Ing tho marrlngo ceremony on vari ous pretexts. On tho third duy Chester Gllletto took' "Billy" Brown cnnoolng on tho lnko. When thwy reached a lonoly spot a covo shel tered by a clump of pino trees ri- faithless, villainous lover In sudden lmpulso, selzod n tenuis racquet and struck down tho girl who had sacri ficed everything for hor lovo of hm Tho young fiend throw tho sonr. Iobs form Into tho water nnd thus nllowod his promised brido nnd un born child to perish. Tho theory that ho wished to croato In tho minds of tho police authorities was that tho boat was upset by accident, and this, In fnor, was his defenso during tho trinl. Ho wos nrrestod a few days later at a hotol whoro ho had already begun a flirtation with n young glil, a guest of tho host. Ho donied his guilt nnd for many wooks put up n stubborn resistance to tho efforts of tho prosocutor. o Kodol U today tho boat known I romody for all disorders of tho stom- CJ fhC"TDC nob, such as dyspopsia, heart burn, LLLU ! llvJ ouur iMuinucn anu uoicniug oi gas. S"ld bv all druKKiBts. i m im . i M i mm Tltiy T " iiwih..ii.liiiM i ," i.i. t i," - - - , .. -. T"",,1 .'St f'i ', i . ; immihi ii i ....... , 1 1 ...fa iii . JHBIBswsmBBBBWC Bi f f Your k n- T.IA . ir sy .ri imlsKed complete ' ll I ' ' Wall Paper Now Is the time to chooso your wall paper. Wo hnve a handsomo assortment of American nnd Eu ropean papers In tho newest de-" Eigns nnd colorings to Belcct from. Vfo will decorate your walls, and gunrantee satisfaction. You will find pnper hero to wilt your fancy for nny room In the house. MORRIS CHAIRS ARM ROCKERS If you npprcciato real quality and comfort you will bo interested in our flno lino of Morris chairs nnd rockers. 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Do not cut out thu trademarks but tho cut I road whon trademarks appear In It. Bring, thorn tp uu not Inter thuit the week following their publications Tho coutoHt oloiu.4 Mny 23, whom the llttlo Buck Junior raugo wilt bo given to tho llttlo girl got tlug tho grcntost numburs of ads. PORTIERES i i I JFi2' - wU 'h " 'M Exquisite Portiers In all tho latest creations, vary effoctlvo for drawing rooms, li braries nnd dining rooms. All, stylo.! nnd shades, In hlgh-olnss designs nnd uovelty styles. Very oxcoptlonal values, and a very Inrgo vnrloty to choose from. Wo would urgo tho Importanco of buy Ing now, for tho prlco Is right. Buy an Elwell Kitchen Cabinet and you will hnvo moro piny tlmo. You'll fall 1n lovo nil over ngain with kltch on work when you hnvo an fc.1 wcll Cnblnot. It Is tho heart of tho kitchen. Wo cnll It tho hoart of tho kitchen, becauso everything ibout tho kitchen contors in tho cabinet. Tho food stuffa aro all there, tho cooking lutonslls nro thero and tho hundred and ono things you want to uso ovory day havo n special place In iho Elwoll. YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD $N0UJO MAKE YOUR OWN TERMS IM MM, We're Ready To Serve ; ; Our Trade . With The Best Of Spring Footwear 9KEGON SHOE CO, fte Home of fiood Shes RAILROAD EXTENSIONS (Continued from pngo one.) ll to Albany, 87 mllos. Tho engineers nro trying out three different routes, Construetion of the road will bo com menced next fall, Immediately follow ing completion of the company branch to Hlllaboro and Foro&t Grove. When thoee linos are com plo tod the Oregon Hleotrlo wl'l havo moro than 100 main track. The Albany and Forest Grove llnej will be built by W. S. Barstow & Co., under the dlrootlon of W. F. Tumari newly apitolnted chief onglneer and manager of that company In'Orogon. Mr. Turner and Guy Talbot, general , manager of the Orgon Sleotrlc, wont into the field 10 days ago and lookad over the ground between Salem and Albany. They Immediately put sur veyors at work, and the host route,, securing rlghU of way ami making preparations for beginning grading in the fall. Commerce in Thirty Paytf.'' The work of "building the Forost Grove line will bo commenced with in the next 30 days Every pound of 'steel rails and other materials aro alroad purchased and on tho ground and final preparations nro bo Ing a.udo for tho grading. Tho dis tance will bo 21 mllos. Tho line will le&vo the main track of tho Portland- Salem division at a point nonr tho southwestern city limits of Portland, ami follow the survey completed by tho company last fall, when Its Inton tlon of building to Forost Grove und HlllbtH.ro was first announaod. Preparations havo boen oarrled on quietly, and purchnsos of all ncoee snry materials made soino time ago. Tho company hns odorod additional equipment for oporntlng tho Hills boro line, whloh will be running oasly next fall. - ' o It Is bettor to on re the llttlo cough Railway company J t,an (0 ko oharicos of consumn-j miles Qf jtion. The host cough euro Is Konip'o Balsam. Druggists .boII U at 2Sc aad 50c a bottle. boja wJll c'rb toRPthor and sond t) nemo other placo for dopo. Outside dealoi's do not kr.ow or caro whoth or tho porson orde-Ing la of ngo or not, and th rau'. is, to suy (lm loast, bad. Whunevor It comos to a votu of tho wholo etato on prohlbl tlo' , ;'im the lie..v, wiil do all it cun to r.e-, but v - tlrnk a lluonscd biiklno'j'. n.ndor th control f mun icipal officoru is preferable to oxlst ong conditions. o ' Konnody's Lnxatlvo Cough Syrup nets gontly yot promptly on tho bowels nnd allays Inhumation at the Bnmo tlmo. It Is .pleasant to take. Sold bv nil druggists aii8H HMRft TUB C'HAZV QUIIiT KIM) OF I'ROIIIIIITIOX Gold Past Flout " Msdo by TRU ITDNTT TOW. Mt OOMPAKT, Miner, Oitgon, Mtdo for faiAllj nae. JLik jour jrrooer for it. Run nd tkot'tt lHy on lund. P. B. Wallace AGENT ttWtiWMttMfliaaBftiBtAiH Fine Home for Sale Party with cash better investi gate. Price reasonable. Address H., care Journal (Jofforgon Rovlew.) The ioal option fight Is again on In Marion, The Review bollovoa tho prohl's ro making a mistako In forcing a voto qn this question nt the present time If It were a vote of the (-ntlre state, woll nnd good If the etate oan bo carried dry, that will amunt to fconit-ihing, and will place ril' factions on uu oqual has but earning precincts or sections .1 -. . i r . .m AADfli flnnn vn fwn tin tvft Uff '" ";ji- tuoi. i UVCO "l"i MOIUl -jl than good for tLe reason that young Smm by Df, 5. C ShH I HMmHaBOTBi mmwiTiT. Att ttmn luur krlvrnu.uiMtu,t9 NtYdxnawajrarAtuiur. b.-,i,j,. , I tilOJutUtt. tTlllMalikMa.a .1.1 ... .J .1. f; " tt . " .A .. . . r .' r I - ... -on, UM4illlUllU4JM UimtPMCOIC4tCO..o T4. Uxiuarf . i-a. i ""Ji jSi' 'ySSEfSK ll ill Mi vl imJ ihJi ill jfclS H N ONE OR MANY COLOR?. H H n ! LARGEST FACILITIHS ! Ifl IN T1I.E WEST FORM) THE PRODUCTION OPH j HIOII GRADE WORK.K H liTIt At 19W Al IASTIIK HO0S?iH Wuuti'd Boy to work for his boardr and Attend school Phone 752 3-28-SL