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Yi f :'-'i3r. - ; .-I, si ?. Saw, lfi i J t" 1J 4 onmal , j M tv!' hsnn. ' ..... i i m ' " ' - ANKER SALEM, OKEOON, MONiA)l AVlllh SO, 1008 NO. H R OSS JURY! TRIAk PROCEEDING arriman Secures Rail Line Across the Centinent: iWCV IDD1ALI hnnnri mn ik iSrtisa ii Inrtinii ' Inrsiovu KKEY IDS TO ITALY IttR SENT FLEET BRYAN BATTLING FOR LIFE m SUCKER STATE hCE JOINS AGAINST TUB JOIIXSOX OK M1XXKS0TA HAS IK, Kl'SSIA STANDS ALOOF BILK KXGLAXD SY.MPA- ZE8WITI1 TUB SULTAN. failed Press Leased Wlro.) 5f, Ap'll 20. TurKoy link lo every Instance to tho de li o( Italy The sick man of it 'rlmnie.I with Humbert un law the prows of Italy's flght- Upi pointed toward the Porto capltu!aed kContinuea on pngo flvo.) TRHMBXDOUB FOLLOWING IX ILLINOIS AND JIAY CARRY OFF t TUB WHOLB DBLBGATIOX. United Press Leasoil Wlro.) Chicago, April 20. Bryan Is fighting n Inst ditch fight for tlio control of the Democratic stulo con vention which moots nt Springfield noxt Thursday. At his shoulder is Natlonnl Coinmlttcomnn Rogor Sul Hvnn. straining every nerve to hold tho dologatos in lino for the Nobnrt ban. But nevertheless tho Johnson lendora gcJgthut tho Jj dologntog f Continued on pngo five.) PORTLAND BANKER'S TRIAL IN CIRCUIT COURT RBMAHKAHLB CASK IX WHICH WHICH IT IS CHAHGBI) THAT POKTLAXD XBWSPAPKl) IS WRBAKIXG PKHSBCUTIOX. 1CAG0ST0E PEOPLES BARGAIN HOUSE t? Our Caster Exhibition lkl0nab Merchnndisn Ir tho ftrnnrinat oml Ornntnit va ivir !B1 Eer department is complete with tho nowost and latest d0 We offer every artlole In our store ut prlcoa that you will lxhty hard to boat. Dross Goods, Silks, Millinery, Ladies' P. Udies Suits, Fine Shoes, Long Glovog, Boawtlful Ribbons, W. Emb-.ide,jw, Hosiery, Fanoy Goods and everything eiso . . . ;iU1P( ! ird of tue newest Dross now on .aj, nt ya... .,0c Hoh cf ard KXMl -he CM. of better same low & ma .. t, .... "' fancy urnss biiK, th'nn Th a .ii'.. ,u 4ttM Ta II. - vim atm. oo. mi, .. " " i"w " wry a i vou lUo yard. Tho trial of J. Thorburn Ross, tho first of the lndlotad olllclnls of tho defunct Title Guarantuo & Trust company of Portland, to bo brought before tho bar of Justice In this dis trict, wbb begun nt 1 o'clock this nfternoon boforo Circuit Judge Bur nett with tho drnwlug of tho Jurors. District Attorney John Manning of Portland, who will conduct the casa when tho trial proper begins, was on hand to represent the stato, but As sistant District Attorney Charles L. McNnry of this district examined the jurors for tho prosecution. Attor ney Wm. Kaiser of, this city conduct ed tho examination of tho Jurors for tho dofouse, and he will bo associat ed with Attornoy Wallace McCam ant of Portland, loading counsel for Ross. Tho Indications are that a special venire will have to bo drawn as the present ouo of 28, two of tho orig- IfVRRIMAN AMBITION REALIZED PENSION AGENCIES. REMAIN SCA-TO-SEA LINE MONEV TO WIDOWS 1 V" NORTHBRX PACIFIC IS TUB UXITF.D STATUS DISTRICT AT tl "A i 0IA" LIXB THAT IS SAID TO! TO H.N BY OFFICKS UHQUIHBI) BENSON TRIAL PROGEEDS AT WASHINGTON HK PLACING ORDBRS FOR XBW FRKJGUT CARS THBSB DAYS. (United Press Leased Wire.) Qhlcago, "April 20. Tho opening of tho Birmingham division of tho Illinois Central rnllroad today will rcnlixo Hnrrlman's ambition to con trol n toato-sen system, It will now be possible to take gocVs off tha dock at Snvannah, Oa., tho eastern termini of the now division, and not leave tho Harrlmnn falls until tho dock is roachedvAt San Francis co. The Birmingham division con nects with tho Georgia Contrnl which complete tho final lap of tho castorn division. In obtaining tho Goorgln Central, Hnrrluinn also obtained a Bteaimm1) Ine operating betwuen. Savannah and Now York. TO RBPORT OX APPLICAXTS FOR CITIZBXSHIP HAl'KHH. Iluylng Hovrnrs. Boattlo, Wash . April 20.C. jr. fUnlted Press Leased wjro.) Washington, April 20 Tho son- nto commltteo on pensions today vofd unanimously ngnlnst tho prop osltton to abolish the various pension nKonoloB throughout tho country and establish one big buronti whore all buslnois could be trnmnctcd. Tho eommlttoo also voted In favor of providing $12,000,000 to mnko effective tho widow's ponslnn bill re centlv signed by4ho Prtsldont. ThlB mokes n total of 51fi2,000,000 car rlod by tho pension bill.- " IU-iortH on Aiinrrlilf4. Antlstn'nt United Stntoi attorneys ropvesuntlng ten cities nn thbu- tlon iro In oonforSncA. tidav In tho (Inpirtmnt of justice ns bd Toiflt of ProBidont HooHbvflt's rront do IbdVo rqront it is Levey, third vice jirosldont of tho nunrlntlon of nnsfchlsts. It is tin Northorn Pnclflc, In chnrgo of tho dorstood thnt tho mooting d'rertly operating department; II. C. Nutt, ooars upon tho nntl-nnarohlst cru the Indicted bankora and but few, IT torday, Tho Northorn Pnclflc Is ono w . , "'p a wj. nwniri i- FAITH TRIUMPHANT Will be repeated at First Christian Church, Wednesday Night, April 22. Admission, 25c. t? ' ! - 0Ur eJh Mlr- " l is , r,, Sllk-B Ihoi. n mn ' ' K,B M )fd uf kuutlful i . 4c yard. Pr- W ' Our Mn . - .. -....lurry Mm jauit u im i .. ... iu turpriM FAL SI IT SALl ' THervl k..,n. .. 0 o , ,r nf)u TIIen?tl Suits t.i in n 1 Tatlt Wfvu .Suit riii- t nn mmmwxr Suit rui- 'S15.0Q sm.H for tt.oo I mijB ; w ' I'll w V p-- 300 nai onoa being sick, win probably general managbr, and B. E Palmor.l'ndo stnrtod omo tlmo ngo by thu be exhausted becouso of tho nowi- Kenernl Biiporlntondont of tho west- donnrtmont of rommnrco and labor papor noiorioiy given uio trial onorn district, arrived In 8oattlo yoi-hnd whWi Is now being pushed It is tno uuiy or mo attorneys niionu intf tho conferonco to rprosent tho Kovcrnmont at th- flnnl henrlng. glvon pnrsnns who deslr Jo ppMiro qortlflcates o' nnturallxutlon. Thoy nro n'eo rooijlred to make examina tions not only of tho nntocedent- of tho nnn'ipnnts for nnnors. b'lt a fur thor oxamlnnJlon of tho persons who sign ho annlleatlnn. Amnnf thowo who ar tndlnf h omforno p'p C. S Whlto oM r.. r I a 1 I..lllli nnv nt tl.n nrnaimntlvn ln.r. hnw nt ,. ... -ll i . .1 .. ' rBIJriUCll nilU A. J. IWi " nn ..n.l r.t tl.n ixlnl In tl.n ..n...n.. . V. . I I I -....i .. .nOnill' nX: '""w ,",?." ". """ !r ,r." ""V.L??..?1.?- Ilonili Sk(iiiu lwhl..it. omptory challenges, which will on able them to remove that number of tho vonlro without cause. The prosecution has six of theio obal lengos, but from tho outlook, they will not use any of them as thoy soem well-satlsfled with the entire venlro. Should the iiresont venlro be ex hausted and n new ono have to be drawn, n delay will onsjiie to onablw the ahorlff to summon tho now tale men Into court. In this instance th " . ri""u n company g equip-1 Rf,nnor nornh of Idsho todav df IWtILIa.. V'1""? ,0.r VrtM.on.1 m?11' Hovered o sneoeh in tho sonato In dfonded tlie ntt'tudn tak- rosidont RooRtvelt In rogard eolorotl troops nceusod of rioting in Hrowncvlllo and deo'iired RBVBITIOX OF TIIBIR LANI IfRAUDS .MADB IIY AX ATTOR XBY FROM IDAHO HOW TUB MOXBY WAS' HAXDLKD. the steady Increase in buslntfiw since ",.,',. ,. fl(, January indlcatod to the beads of XL ,," ,, ' the railroad that Important nddl- t ,Tr, pnT( tlone must bo made. Tho Northorn Pacific will apond $1,600,000 In tho next 60 days for freight oarsi Gniftlng In Canada. Vancouver, B. C, ApMl 20. Cberge of grafting and tho theft of minions of dol'nrs havo beon nude by Major IS. It. Hodglns In that nart of tho Twontv-flfth Infan trv waM nujjtv of "murder planned dollborately and accompllithed with deadly pronl?lon." "A eold-blondod. Inhumnn dovll Mown to nlooos an ox-govornor on tho door stops of his homo." tlio sen ator contlnuod, "and before he xrum on his gravo is groeu, sontl mrntnllsm puts a halo upon Dio brow of the blaekots nlrlt thai ovflf . COV mmallt Uf Pstlniln In hulliM"? naiKinml lm iipvnlii nf liall Tn ttiaSD I p to the tlmo thU naiier wont to part of the line and tho Grand Trunk time when tho Joetrlne of xjat ees thore throe out of eight yenlre- priflo tha romaindor. The work In proachod as a tenet by party orggn fn examined wero excused, twa.MsiHrn Canada Is handled by a gov- iwtlrin. I a And thl- enlrlt of law- trial proper will not be proceeded oBRection with largo govornmont with probably until Wodnosday. -confraeti In tho building of Cnnada' Silcct lug ii Judy, ne transcontinental railway. Tho board of comtnlsaioudrs. lfsanoM. TJils annetlte for orlrnoln HodKlns was enEilieer for the env. tha armv la mOrri atjirtllnir than ernment In charge of a -JOO-mlle w- words can exprow." pres men by tlio dofenso and ono by the oourt ; erument at the Instance of tho proecutiOR. tho jurymen passed ware Jacob Stelger, Snb'lmlty; F. D. Knight. S. Sllveren: Charle R. Riches, S. Sl.-'inlon whlcH. when completod, will ",,,,ni ' " iBnuuu diju wjwrBBjco in itte neigituorliooii or $ii,. iutYAX uiunu, MiiiuBiiiiu. .11. u. iiwri hob .itecently, lie was removed and Samuel N. Crow were excused . f ron ofllee. The pith of his charge by th defense on two neremutonr u that ike work u-in nni ta nnn nan or $-1,600,000 too iwieh. The gov ernment is paying for It and (he .United Proas Lenscd Wlro,) Washington, April 20. Wllford D. Harlan, formerly chief of tho spo clat aervlco of tho general land of fice, tustlflod In tho Bunson-IIydo J mid fraud trial today that on vari ous occasions botwoon 1808 and 1P02 he ha J rocolvod monoy from Frederick A. Rounon for Information concerning tho creation of forest re serves and for Ite'p In expediting tho application for land aent to his aftlcQ' by Benson. Tho witness said thnt when ho mot Bennon In Washington In 180ft thnt tho latter explained that ho was Interested In certain -landBwaMl thnJ. ho wanted fo mnko arrange ments to offoct armnnomeplB through Uio land ofllee. Ho Add; Ar rangements wore ma(Jo whereby ;Ai wm to receive 20 por cent of. th'c vnluo of oaoh aero ontorod by Bon son, and that Douson agreed to pay him In cKirroney bocnuso draft ntul notes wro "dannirntin." At that tlmo, Harlan said, Benson told him thnt ho had no partners: that ho formerly vun connoctod wRh Hydo'a ollloe, but was not then on friendly tonns with h'lm. ,The wit ness thou described how he und ro colvod dlfforeut antna front 1898 to 1002 and then doe'nrod that In Juno, 1002, ho wroto Benson, tolling, him thnt tho sooretary of Interior, and tho eouimUslotier of tho general Ian.', olllro had both rocolvod letters from an attornoy nam ad KnhtlHko, of Ari zona, complaining mat iiyuo ana Benson engaged jn fraudulent trans actions and refarrlug to Bohnoldor, ono of tho men now under Indlct mont, as a man from whom Informa tion could bo obtained. (W PORTLAND JEWELRY ROBBERY ; The Store That Saves You Money challenges for bias and J. W. Caw ble was eicueed by tho court oh tke challenge of the proseeut'on for bar lax a formed opinion. One or the largest crowds ever cu In the circuit court room wit ae s d the examination of the Jury men In the baakers'-trial this after noon Attorney McCamraant, after court convened, aaked Judge Bur nett to allow the dtfR IS per em p tor t ball age under the ilon of the statutes, which providei that any Jefiadant oa .rial for a crime which mas result la punishment, by death or life Imprisonment MeCantant demonstrat d that under the law If Roi- is fonml guilty of converting $2 uou he ru be htnteneed. tf he In 'iubi u pay tb JCoo.ooo One,) io Too )er lo the palttnUari The iourt would not rui q thU at the time and postponed Ui onKld&r atton until the dfens had used up lx peretnptor-v challenges Attorney Kaiser's questioning wa along the same lines In examining all tho jurors had the read the n-ws-lapre dil they kuow Harvey W jScctt t who Ka rr hinted had a per AXD TAPT IX XKW YORK (Unltad Pr$w Leaasd Wire.) Nw York. April 10 William J Bryan and Setwlarv of War Taft nrnii Tn.Mi, nifi ....ia i,Ba arft both In New York today ami both complaint to make no matter what i Jf1" ''l,vr taJ?! .' .l0"1''1 th- cost. On the other hand, he rn eontes hsre at this time for dwares that If the statements of , iweye) " mwuss nm w, . tt, cost to tne govtrnment are com lrj with the opinions anil reports of the engineers of the Qrvnd Trunk PhHb th dlfferene and the graft h!' at anee b apparent The Is returning from lin rope today Tsft will wldr a Nftonttax nf lay mM missionaries at Camngto hall charges have creat d a blat son sat ion here and the conserve II v nar'v In the bous of enmmona will urKe an Investigation .. .1 grudx' against the defunet bauk offletaU Private UftMrtUe K. X uoede and Uarrsy Morsland. bo'ti a Portland, or any of the at triiys for the state. District At-tfrn-y Mr Nary asked the jurors, in t , . tf they had any, fixed opinions it knew any one eonnertd with the dr. n or i he defunct bank Thp twelfth Juror Lr i . r rap uas Frscc' In the Ford -, WANT WOMKX TO HK RI'LKIi OCT (United' Press W2d Wire.) Chleau;.. April 20. Madam Km ma ttatnis. tha no& operatic sing er, luii a ilB to heln the down trod den BUI Shs purposos to put a stop to all intrusions of the fairer sex at the ballot box. io the business world and In al of rnn prlrals matters. Him campions the cause of man because Uu believer women are going too far She thinks their attempts to rale the ballot box Portand. Or., Apr. 20. A doubb safe cracking was successfully ac complished here par'y this mnrnlng lu which Jewelry and oalrleh pkimos tn the value of $1500 were st-eurad. The robbery in urartleftlly every do- tall, slate the police, was the sanio a the Lundy Jewelry robbery In Ban Francisco ten days ago Tho pollco believe the amo gang did the work. Mont of the loot was taken from the ofllf of C. II. Markell ft Com pany. The aafe was broken Into with tha aid of drills and aa In thu case of tits San Pranclstfo robbery, no exploslvei wrtw 'isl. The other robbery oeourred at th Auk man fk. Taylor Machinery company's ofllee. Here the robbers mad threw bad starts at drilling but at the fourth attempt forced a half Int-h drill through to the tiiuthleri. Tberf with Ijie aid of a punch and sledgo ham mer the lock wns wreurkod and thu m.fv door torn open After that the eaeh box was unwished. The men oitlsred the Mur kell company's ulllcs through u tjiuall ventilating window In thu basoment which was Mush with thu sjdswalk. o . POLICB VICTIMS 01' POIKOXIXCJ, fl'nltod Pross laed Wire.) Chester. Pa , April 20 -About 40 members of the state pollea who art here us a result of the ttrootcar strike are III today and their all in ( nt has bflfii diagnosed aa ar little leas I ptomaine poisoning It is tliodght .---- - - - . - . . -., . . tec it i 'ociay at man anarcuisnc ana wiioi'y um uiimo nuumu o ium ugr i'iu placo (canned vegetables at!