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!, hlxvhi. SALEM, OREGON, TUESDAY, M UtCH 31, 1008 NO. . louraai RESIDENT CASTRO OF VENEZUELA CALLED Wflfihineton. March 31 A Crisis in the trouble hp.twp.p.n VpnpT.fpla and flip. 1 InifpH SfnfPQ is npsr Af a cnpriaf mopL of the cabinet to be held late this' afternoon the advisability of an American blockade of all Venezuelan ports wiit be flissed. At a conference of the heads of the state and navv denartments todav a tentative list of the vessels fhaf wii hised was made out, JThe list was not made public but it is understood to include four cruisers. 1R HES WAY FOR HILL VERY HOT FlILlKn TO COLLECT IXK III i: MIOM THE HAY- A m VMMVT - SENDS UOMVAK TO ISLAND (5UN MODfe IV MLUICAN NAVV OlESKVATOli INVOLVED IN WlItlMJ uovr SCANDAL. Ira J Press Leased1 Wlro.) tor n Mann .11 -it wna iJtri a thi Wliiti House to- hi t r- lgmi'lon of Churle- Turr qi ambassador to Clor- Fta If a accepted it ml will to total payment of $12,300 00 for servlres roiuloretl. Lllley nrguod thntsuch n Htim wis extravagant us Iqgai fees and Intl mutod that Butler was employed bo cause It was thought ho could In fluenco legislation fnvorublo to the boot company. Ho thnn repeated his request that export aeocuntnnts make an examination of tho hoo'kH of the nceusod company and made a de mand that Admiral Cnpps ho recalled to tho atnnd to testify na to tho oor of nhmnrlnos. Lllley said ho was not tatlnfled with the filiations put to tho admiral while he was on tho Ktnnd. --0 THROWING SHELLS AGROSS THE CHANNEL ARMY OFFICER EXILED AT DESERTED POST London May lie Itoiiihunlcd From INti'K According to a Now Cun lnvt'ittd. SCANDAL THAT MAY KESULT IN DISCLOSING A PAKALLEL OK THE DHKVFUS CASE IN AMERICAN MlLITAItY 01K- OLES EFFOH'IIS OK COLONEL f STEWAHT'S.FHIENDS TO CI?r HIM A HEAIH.NO A FAILURE. Washington, March 31 No stnnll sensation has hen mutated here by a rport received from San Frnuclcco that Colons! William F. Stowart, formerly In command of Fort nar rations, Florida, ha beon made an (United Proas Loasod Wire.) London. March 31. Cnlonol F. Juno 1 The f'roatdont 'Minute. In tho Anrll.s Contamnorarvi "American Dreyfus" hv holnir nv, i'ot,j!Pnat. for nQtitlrmttHovloMj dJocll)jw a'tftlrt vhloh In Had to F&rt Grant, a" deserted post now In o.xlstonce and which can Im- In Arizona, where his only associate part by tho application of olootrlc-' aro ono onlls'od man and two army Ity an Initial voloelty of 30,000 fot mules. ti second to projoctllos of all dlmen- An Investigation U sure to toault. hIoi'ib and which onu bo praotloally and owing to tho strniigo conditions handled under war conditions nnd of tho case, a scandal seems Inevit- on board ships or In pormnnont do i able, fensos. Projectiles of 2000 pounds If the charge of Colonol Stownrt's wolght lie fairly within thso limits, ! friends aro truo and he ha been ho Bay. j condomnod without trial or & chanco In a HticcGudlnp; pnwaRo, ho do clarod that thor? Ib praotloally noth ing to provont thoso woapons from throwing ihellB from London to Paris, or vice versa, at the rate of a few thousand a dny. . o. 4 sf'c-noon the nomuiation Da.1 Jani HIM -0 ucooed J' "frWC! frnmns at llnyll. ft A Pritli ... lnrr.h 11 ri, 1 'jJ.u f ..in Klnoton, -" "in Of 'man cruUor Bro- i ' r. -nit m imnortant 1 f-dtnt a1pN, according '" made by his oloiost " & 1 1 nj ha decided to "" Pfinliriint haa.i i Hernijnn A: Comiinnv. h'b onrd.inin; runds o 1' a -ts I845 ' ail ,j, ha deeld I" !. 4 rrti, ikt., .. . -'" -! HU II) l,. - . Inl . .. '' imiiitiir. win lfa'nn novernmont '""UPttBg to 100.000 which - 'I miMijsed fr ajh. f 'H' dbt, vsbl.h tho Hay. T.-0f uw-s he firm Rlttdr Putt, ... , ,.., fy.i.l,,nr , i i,..i T I p DKMOyiMT WHO j ui V9TED FOR JACKSON tinjted Press Leased Wlro.) OhiMb Pass, Or.. Mnrch 31 Jame'Fnrrop of IlriKKS Creole, Or., who wa) born on July 4, 1800, rodo 30 mifrjri on horitobacK yeatorday in order yi ascertain if his registration wun legal and that he would bo able to votft in tho coming presidential olfctldil. His first voto wob cast for Andrew JnokHon for President. Tho next mltlonn election will bo tho 21tt In which ho ban participated, : - FATHER GIVES LIFE FOR CHILD , (United Press Leased Wlro.) JQjfiiiha, NdlL,. Mnrfh 31 Stand ing In "water "over bin head in a ols iern Into which he had fallen with his two-year-old son ln bin arms, Morris Ohrlstlnusen hold tho child at arm's longth above the water until it wnt. roscued. For (hi pnrental devotion GIii'Ih tlaiison avn up his own life, for no soonor had tho child been lifted from his hands than ha snuk to tho bottom and when taken out ho was dead. "ti n . WATER THIEVES BEAT LAND THIEVES United Press Loaned Wlro.1 rhlciign, Mareh 31. Tho onor nio'is sum of $9,500,000 has beon J" ,v DaimeroiH. Mar.h JiLack of MINISTERS FAVOR FREEDOM V-. m V- (United Press Leinod Wire.) Portland, Or,, March 31. The ministers of the Mathodtat ohurohM) of Port ant) memorialized tho gen et a I conference of the church, wntelt Un.it. tne.W Pwe'" I'Uallmlnute special reference to dnt.i . "" hfKl reioonHiblo. .. .-.. ..!..... .k-.. ..., . i"p, IHIill HlJlli Vll'Bl"l -h"l "' -, - --ruiniiJii, ! '" explosion J -in ,.n -he Mltiowl ' Ma? la' ia bsy. "J 'id not taij- ,f - id to within t k , J1 ''' 5W1. w ; J "-d. ran,,,, the fact id- L J'.i.Lt, 1 r i r, M im k kW !!.' of slowtr ouhl nor 'UrW.n L-... . "It i. . u .. "Mtt.7 .1 ,H FtH me UOw tv ;;; uat keidW 4 "t. . V "' Dlaz a wei-l I- , - !., . ' '. ThP ,. ... """. State will have aif..' ' Hill IMAkR r , "mhL:" . Ft... ' not nliinui '"C ,h" fttt'8 Qt tendance at circuses and races," from the chapter of the rules of the eh u rob that peruli) to Ui church a attitude on worldly amusements. The pastors assert that this doen not moon thn they ar In fnvor of any Hanorel "lifting of the lid," but that the lMtn on tlieso aiieciai forme of amusements have keen on the books for yr- they have ntrly beon en forced and that thejr believe that a sonoriH revision of this olmpter would Hsslst 4ho minieter sud the ohurali In keeplHg uy tho present klffb ctaudnrd of wemlKirslilp. to get evons temporary hearing to .stolen by employes of tho wntor de a condition amounting to virtual: partment In the last 10 years, Is oxile, some one In the war depart-' tho charge mado In a statement la ment is certain to bo called ujion to!siiod by Superintendent McCort, of explain. If on tho othor hand there: tho department, which wns undeij the administrations of Mayors Car ter H. Harrison and Edward F. Dunne during tho timo tho thofte werp coiiimltted. McCort'a stnte metit shows that in the motor hrnnoh aione $5,000,000 waa taken through faDe registration of meters. fharg-Qfl will bo brought beford the rlvll service commission. . ' O-" -. A LOST WITNESS APPEARS MARKED FOR DEATH WITNESS WANTED IN STEM-! lilts. They plainly told hot- PMHps would bo killed in ono wut-k ff ho did not leavo tho country. Sfto sont for her husband and ho returned to Spokane. Two days lator Philips" found h box of dynamite noudonled tu tliu woodpllo bno'k' of IiIh Iiouku. Thut aftornoon ho mot, aberltr Harvoy Drown, the man, who nrrrst led Adams. To Drown, Philip shownf) hit fet ters. Drown then ehnwetf ltlui u. queei' looking package. Appuvuntly thoy came from thd sumo- koutco. "What are you going' tv do?" 'queried Philips. ' "Why, Incroasu my II fu tntiuraucm and tny homo," said Hrowtt. lie ADAMS CASE WHO HAS IIHKV did so and he dtod, horribly. An In .... ' fermil machine killed him In Wip- PUHHUED DV THE HUTHLESS ,0,i,UP, FOES OF STEFNENDEHC; FOH Plilllps fared different. from SEVEILXL VEAHS HE DEFIES MEN WHO HAVE HOUNDED HIM' OUT OF THE TOUNTHV. ii justification for the seeming bar bsrlous punishment that has been dealt the old o (II cor, the revelation of the causes wil probably be ultra-tarnations). Tho entire incident Is volletl In mystery. It is hard to understand how the exiling of Colonol Stowart totild have been accomplished with out a word of It becoming public had he desired ta object. Oa the ether: hand department officials say that the system is so complex as to make j ueity Hpite work not only dangerous but almost imposfilblo. i Tin! Ilrtla f tfnnivn &f t?Anl rijif here, save that It is a run down army post out In the .Arizona dewm la ads. The complaint of Colonel Stewart friends ie that last full he was given tho alternative of aoeepting the dcta- ATLASKA TOUR IS CUT OUT fUnltod Press Lensod Wlro.) Portland, Or., March 31. Driven out of tho United Statos by the lash of the foar of sudden death, caused 'by Innumerable wnrnlnga that his Hfo had Itonn forfolted, supposedly from tho snmo group of luwnselutj who blow ex-Ciovernor Frank Btoiin enberg of ninlio, nnd ox-Sheriff Hnr vey Prown of llnko City, Or., Into oterulty, Archloi Phllllp, the but witness In Hie Steve Adams case, has appeared In Portland aftor hid ing for a year in tho mountains of Hrltlsh Columbia. He told his story loday to tho United Proaa and IBvon lug Journal In order to seiri the protection of publicity. Saturday's attompt upon the life of Diilkley Wells at Tellurldo, Colo.. oaiifcod him to coma to this deter mination. Philips dedaroH that the name mon who attomptod Wolls' life are nftor him. Ho has lost all faith in the omnipotence of the power ol tl' constituted authorities to protect' him. Ho. ha decided to envelope lilin. self In Oio florce whlto IIkIiI of pub- ueity, ttni the world his ata riling story, and, atandlng In the center of public Interest, he bollovos the n&onts of the allul Latter Day Angeloe of Doutlt may hestitate to oreep in upon him with their mh sllee of dynamlto and nltro-glyeerlno. Philips was "crulalng" In the Marblo creek dlstrlut. Idaho, when his connection with tho celobratd easo hognn. N'oar his was Jack ! Drown. Purhapu he wiib endYwett with moru wisdom as to tho method of his enemies. For he cluBud bin huuiblo homo and dropped from sIkIu. Siibpoeunu surveia, IMhkeiiou mon and police search high ami low for him lu vain. Clroulutfl, ailvcr tlHomontH and rewards failed to bring him iwil of hiding. Philip snyti he loves life, his wife and chfU drou. Tho dlHtrlet. attorney an nounced that bis case was Kluitt'unftT without Philips' testimony, but ttWe did 'not nffor. Philip any more tlinn. the offeiM of reward. Ho burled ninx seif deeor and slipped further trwny Into the wild mountains or Chnndiw Only (en days ano, PiilllpH dfleldeU to return to his family. He thonght C lint now that tho ntato had fulled to convict Adam, the CrluiidH at Adams would let him alone. Scarcely had Philips pinched Portland, when the nowa of tho at tempt on the life of Dulkloy Well was Hashed ovor tho telegraph, and Philips then knew Hint the dyna miters were still at work, nonpar-. Rtv, lie ban decided to risk nil upon a single play, tell his story tit bin foars and wandorlnKs, of hfo Immi nent danger, to the world and dofy the men who hounded hliu from IUh country to do m again. "If they get mo, they got mo. that's all," was his imminent. -"Miey know now where I urn. and I'm wait ing for them." "I traveled from camp to chiiiji, he said, "and I'd stay In one plcr until someone asked me a questteri about my past, or noted us. If Xhey suspeeted me of something, then I get oit. I feared the dyanmtt band. It reaches far. it Is every -where It's enomlos nie. "Would I testify ag;iliiHt Adatun now? The Idaho otllclals have ttiudt Needs rnmnployfld. Okleajo. March 31. In tho next J 00 day the railroads of the Unltad ui IIM.IC9.trn ((ifk ,tnA ((l (Sf mAti in inAHil -V V( V V m W VtW WW WSt'" ... w- to And between m- Up , auoai. H . L trtr i . M i- ' il a u.. . tH . . "ir, 1 r ij. .. ax bmitted to .'r,,lM ,,trs,, ffafc TlaA.I i ... -jc i5 ... m ? ,bat Senator T "ra that their tracks and" roadbedg and an othjer large army t go Into their shops and repair their ears and looo- moUvea. Tho railroad centering in Chicago ; alone will emoloy on repairs be-Ktpre-1 .. 0n i nft .luis 1 mare thaa 100.000 laborers. The man gemeat of meet of the roads have decided to engage In repair and re newal work this spring on as ex't'n- ive a stale as e-r. owing to tne fact that 'abor wPl be plentiful ard pos-lbiy cheaper 'UMllid Prew leased Wire.) StU. Wursb.. March Si. It is art poet or resigning from the Kor-jvert probablo that Iho Alaska trip Yiee. As he is nearlng the point of of the New York-to-Parls auto met ervlce whea ke will be retired n will be abandoned owing to the lat- brigadier general, he refusal to re- alga and demanded a court of la-; articles of agreement, the Alaska qulry. Tbiti was reftia! htm and he of tae section. According to the portion was to be out out provided ronce was bustled pogte hnte to Arisoui tbt- un bad not arrived at Nome by where he has sineo remained trying i April 14. and stmor could be vnUnly to gat a bearing, or learn tku! taken to Vladivostok and the trip re- naUre of the cbarges a gain t bin atunod through Siberia. The crew of tbe Thomas ear now hero are waiting for advlees from New York j today reifBxrdipg the abandonment of Geo, CnibtitM! Dal. Geo. CraWtree. formerly of near Marlon, died suddenly at his home In Scin Sunday evening at 6 15 p m Will be buried at the Gondii i-h-trj Tuesday aftfrnoon . i i - . Tltf noi8 Capital bank wilt pav i dpos .or1 on tbe Installment p'an atd o-ifned i a doors last week" lk AJaaka route. Mrs. 11. B. Dickers and daughter of Pendleton have arrived to make 'heir bume at SuIhu They are with frinr Dicker of the feeble minded iiuV .' at Hotel WlUanette foriThen he went back Into 'be woods Slmpklns, now a fugitive from ins- tiee. na an nssonlnto nf iim.i.v n,.l' offers. I could got a good ohard and Htovo Adams. Fiod TvlrNon "ow " a0'1' 'ek a plaeo lifglr had also filed upon a olalm near Slmpklns. One day Tyler was found dead on th trail. Adams stood trial twlco on the charge of nuirdorlng Tyler, ami once confessed to tho crlmo. Later, he repudiated bis confoMtion and the slate has not yet been able to do hotter than soaure disagreement of the Jury. Tho testimony of Archie Philips, averted tbe district ntornoj, wan uie missing ting tnat ciused bis ctuto (a fail to tho ground at the time of the second trial. The night before the murder of Tyler. Steve Adanu and Jack Slmpklns stnyod at Philips' eabin. Mrs. Philips gave tbem a boiUe of horse-radish. When Tylers body was found, tho l)ott( wus be side the corps Mrs. Philips Idol- ttfind It This wus the link that eonneeted Jack Hlmpkins aud Steve Adams with the murder. As time for Adams' second trial drew near, Philips, began to rocelve threatening lettors ordering him from the country on the pain of death If be failed to obe He moved to Spokane and hoped tluit. he bad evaded his persecutors ii-e i recent Two men then vlsi'ed Mrs. Phil lu the state but I'm never gotugr bsok. iN'o. sir, Idaho la barred to me." Adams la In Jail lu Colorado fo answer for Ue Collins murder. Philips udded- "I'vp gob to iiv fur my wltna liable. I don't want to be mixed up In any ense. I'm going to Htoy In the United Status. This la auj !! to be tho laud of the coumtou mnu. If I oan't got protgatlori from tho o fllcors. porhapH, I con from tho whole people." 1 I HI O--M Mi gW. RAILROAD MEETING TONIGHT Uvory Salem buslnesa matt who I Interested In the coiiHtTmctlon ot short lino across the vulley leading; to this city is urged to bo at tho Sa lem board of trade mooting toitfgtit. Dig railroad meeting tonight at boatd of trade rooms.