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THERE ARE MORE PEOPLE LOOKING FOR FURNISHED ROOMS JUST NOW THAN LAST YEAR OR LAST MONTH
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SALEM. OREGON,
FRIDAY, JUNE 5, 1008.
ne: 111? '
B i-",
EYFUS
FEUD AGAIN KINDLED INTO FLA WE
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iRTLAND MAGNATE CRIES AS PAST IS UNCOVERED IN TRIAL
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10 IS
UNDATED
iY RIVERS
TWENTY
DIE IN
FLOODS
IFLOW BANKS
FATKrf AND THE SALMON
r
IMS ON RAMPAGE
(KS, HOUSES AND RAIL-
WRECKED HY FLOODS.
llted I'rcs Ltnwrd U'lrn.l
3D, Idaho, Juno 5. Tno
er nnd Salmon rivers uro on
Ke; tin town of Stltog Is
mi nvo feet undsr water to
Irond bridges are wrecked
B3 aro bo'ng torn down by
flood In the history of that
?f Idaho. The flood is
lip nod on Fourth Pace.)
PREDICTS
ROOSEVELT
STAMPEDE
AT GUANAJUATO IAWS0N PROPHECY
GREGORI
WA64NLY
., AN AGENT
t'
OfaANTI SEME1ICS
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REPORTS MEAGRE -- 920,000 ENEMY OF "SYSTEM" SAYS THE SENSATIONS EXPECTED PO
I
PROPERTY DAMAGED RE-i
SULTED FROM CLOUDHURST
TRAFFIC IS HLOOKED.
(United Press Leased Wire.)
Mexico, City, Mex., Juno
5.
"DOURLE CROSS' WILL RE GIV
EN TAKT ON CONVENTION
FIX)OR -NOT RY PRESIDENT.
(United Press Lensed Wire.)
Boston, Mass., Juno 5. Thomni
Mngre reports of a cloudburst that , Lawson, enemy of' tho "system,"
rosulted In tho denth of 20 persona cotlny unnounced tlmt tho Ropubll
nnd damaged property vnlucd at cnu national convention will "doublo
$20,000 in Guunnjunto are being ro-.croB8.. Taft nnd tnnipodo for Roose
celved hero today. 'volt.
Tho heavy fall of rain has flooded IIe i,iwhed a Btatomont today
many cltloB and is said to have dam- retoratlng hiu views on tho situation
ngid soveral tunnels bo that traffic nml prcdtcttiiR with entlio confldonco
hna been completely blocked. Tho Ulftt Ta(t wlll bo forgott0n as soon
as Rooaovnlt'H nnuio in henrd on tho
floor of tho convention.
Lnwson declares that-the Roose
volt third form movemont hns de
veloped nnd grown ntrong in All
parti of tho country without tho
President's knowledge.
Ha docs out charge that RoojovoU
is a party to "doub'.o cropalug" Taft,
niCASIQBE
PEOPLES BARGAIN HOUSE ,
HAMMERING
SS DOWN
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Mill
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Mill I Wlffil
m"4! 1 wm. wt'i n ' xS
THE PRICED
If you want bar
gains in
Ladies Suits
Coafs, Millinery
Shirt Waists
Dress Goods
and
Silks
Now is your time,
we have sliced the
prices away down
$15.00 Suits
$8.90
5IG.50 Suits
$9.90
$17.50 Suits
$11.90
$20.00 Suits
SI2".50
Better Suits at
the same tow
prices.
95c
Shirt Waists
4fC
LICE RELIEVE SHOOTING A
ROLD PLOT OF OUGANIZA.
TION8EAHCH FOR EVIDENCE
(United Press I.ensrd Wire.)
PariB, Juno ri.-r-Grcatcr sonaatlons
are expected today following ho In
vestigation of tho allegation that
Louis Anthono Gregori was acting ub
tho agent of a poworful nntl-comcttu
organization . yostordny when ho at
tempted to niBasRlnnt'a Major Alfred
DroyfiiB on the stops of tho Tantheon
durlUK the pcrvlcoa in memory of
Emllo Zola.
Tho poljce freely assert that they
nro convinced Gragorl served, art tlio
ngont)'frtho organization and- they
nro making a thorough search of
Paris In nir. effort to And compromls
Ing pnpers whjch might load to an
oxpctfo of a plot of surpassing bold
noas, Droyfur., at tho tlmo of tho first
EVANS IS
HUMBLED
IN COURT
WEEPS LIKE CHILD
TRACTION MILLIONAIRE GIVES
AWAY TO TEARS AS WITNESS
TELLS 'OF PRISON TERM AND
RUR1ED PAST.
NATIONAL .
COMMITTEE
CONVENES
CONTESTS BEGUN
but wiya that tho secretary of war,cl,ftr against him in 1804,'wftfl tho
is duo to rocolvo a heavy shock. ron,y Jow nmong th'j ofllcorB of tho
' " ' ', ' ' i ' ' "French army and rnco fotllnr?
nfflnkl. nr trvln.. fn ftflrnrtnln tJ.n ,nKftlnBt ' hM been strong. Dur-
Mtn of tho rinmnM Pn thov will !lnR w' ronwrkablo tareor slnco hen
irnft,u.o..r io n,i rntif' thl tooIliiK lia beon shown at vnr-
"GALLAGHER IN DANGER,"
SAYS POLICE JUDGE
loun times and tho authorlllon nro
rwidy to bclievo that thn ant'-sooltlo
orimniration condemned him to
(toattu
(t'nitfd IVimj l.enfd Wlrf.) The polloo havo takon irbnrgo of
San Francisco, Juno C Hocauioaroj.orl.B npftrtment9 In Paris and
ho ngrood with Aaiiutnnt DistrlcfAt- j nlw) of n c(Ia fn (n0 country an J
torney Henny that ox-Sup?rvhor aro fl0archlnK ovorv corner.
Jam L. Oal'agber, chief wltn0 An explanation of tho basis for iHJSnZ .ud ihit il
for tho graft prosecution. Is in dang. tnp npParnt!y ilrm belief that Grog. , " . " , J u'
or of losing his Wo. Police Juds orla netM for tho organization ai "l" Jn"U"r.L f' " .
Cabanlna today rofirod to grant a , rof usol by tho pollco who ay thov
petition from Abraham Ruef to havo
hla arralgument in tho Parksldo
brlbory casoa pr.it off two woeke.
Ruef was without counsel, ns his
will 4alk no moro until they have tho
ovidenco thoy are ecoklng.
It would bo n ntrnngo twlnt of fatd
If tho man who Bhot Droyfus shoul.l
'lie Store That Saves You Money
attorney, Henry Ach, 1 In tno wast. ll0 tt lol on tho nvldouoo of a letter
Henoy opposed Ruef a petition vls-wlifch wb tlio entno inoanH by vhlah
oronly and stated ihat Ach it not'tho treason chnrgo vni brought
ftho only attornoy who had ropre3eni.ngnnBt tho army ofllror
cd Ruof 'n tho' Parkhldo raso, Ho Tliu Dryfua (me luitod from tho
atatrd that he fear'il OaPaghor4utnnU.r 0f fgoi until tho summer
might bo takon any time. ' ol tun. Droyfirt was cantaln of tin
Judgo Cabnnlss Bfct Rin-f'H caw for Fourteenth Artjllory and the on'y
nrraignmont Monday mornlnK.
LIGHTWEIGHTS OON
READY FOR FIGHT
it'ntled Prfii Lrnseil Wire.)
San Francioo. Juno fi. Joe
Cans and "nettling" Nelson will
soon bo In training In San Francisco
for their 45-rotind fight at Colna on
the nftornoon of July 4.
The colored fighter loft Milwaukee
oarly today. Ho wlrod nhoad, ln
Btmctlng his trainers to be In roadl
nMH to 8art work on Tuwday morn
ing. Nelion Is oxpoctod hare ahud
of Gans.
, o ;
JFDOE RHHUKES EVADKRS
OF JURY DUTY
Sau Francltco. Juno 5. Judge
Conley admlnlatercd n rUiko to tho
veniremen who aro attempting t
ovad Jury duty In tho trial of Wal
ter J. Dartneit, tho aljfgod banl
wrecker, this morning. Nearly everv
man ca'.led had some ailment. Mo4t
of them wore deaf either in ono ear
'or tho other and Judge Conley final
.ly stated that it seemed that the ve-
nlromon were drawn from Inflrm
'aries or hospitals. Rut ono man wai
pas.cd today.
Jow on tho gonoral staff of tho Frerlch
army in 1894. Ha wns Moused of
offering to soil military bocrets to
tho German government, tho ovl
dance against him being flora px of n
lottor.
In Octobor ISO! ha wns onnvlctod
of traon. Ho wns sentonced to
death but this was commuted to llfo
ImprlBonmout at Dovll's Islaud.
Mmo. Droyfu had Fardlnand K
tortraiy arrestod In 1808 for writing
the fatal lattiir. The count we
promptly aeuuittod by packed court
martial, although he afterward con
feisod. In Saptnmbar 180P Zola throw him
solf Into tho ohm for Dreyfus nnd
was tr,!ed and convicted for o Im'nal
libel. The supromo court of Frnno
ouashod ha cas but Zola flod to
England to avoid n nocond arret
Droy.'m was brought back from
Dovll's Island In 18D0 and trleJ
cnalft. RroyfsiB wai ncaln declared
pul'ty. IIo wafl pardoned by tho
Waldcck-Donsseau pcvrnment at
this tlm. Jt wai nffrwrdi rt'OJ
that tho ovidenco pre-eiitM at ho
former trials was manufacture.
Goneral ITonry ono of tho consplra-
(Ctmtlau4 or Page 4.)
Los Angeles, Cal Juno G. Col
onel J, Whyto Evans, tfio Po'rtlmltl
traotion tnagnnto, nnd proiwcutlng
witness in tho extortion case
ngutiiBt Dr. S. J. Owens, wept liko a
baby today when Attornoy Ander
son, special couiuol for tho prosccu
tlou, portrayod to .tho jury whnt tl
had cost Evans, "to brine thta man
to Justice"
"Soo tbb ponulty ho pays," rial':!
Andcrnon, fn opoalng -tlfo nrnramont
tor tho sutto in tho nuw-'fauiuus, trlali
"Ho knuw that h'lu prlwii.llfjT woUld
bo laid bnvo, just at'tho tlmo ho whh
liromotlug n groat deal In-a comtuun
Ity whuru ho had gdn& to begin llfo
anow,
."And all tho tlmo thta dofoudant
hold ovor his lioad liko a hJudKoon
tho records of a term in Ban Queutln
for a folony committed 21' years ago.
Gotitlotiion, it has been tho hardest
blow that-Colonol Evans has ovor
endured to bring this man to Juttlco
but it hod to bo done."
Anderson hero i of erred to Evan'
hard atrugglo in llfo und how Owonn
had mado him a "cringing, withering
object by always holding ovor Uts
head hla nasi record."
Anderson grilled tho dofoudunt
unmercifully and laid that (at 20
ytjuro ho had' known that Evans wua
was nut
ho mado
knowu that fact to tho probocntlnu
WltUOriS.
"All ho was attor wus inonoy,
monoy, roonoy," ulioutod Audorson,
"and ull ho thnuuht of was bow to
devise moans to tighten tho Hcrowa
on Evans,"
Attormy Itjsh followed for Dr.
OwHin, and subjected Evuna to tho
worst grilling over accorded a proj
oeutlng wltnoKH in tho history of
local courts.
"Ho Is a wolf In sheep's olothes."
shouted tho attorney. "Gontlomon,
he Is an ox-uouviot, a fake hypnotUt
and what not that Is bad nnd crim
inal." tivuns wlqcod under thb verbal
IkhIi und hid his faoo during tho on
tiro nrgiuueut.
Tho (uuo probably will go to ho
Jury Into this afternoon,
Whllo the ftrgnmonts woro pro
ceeding today Dr. Owens (lied )u tho
superior court a civil suit ngnlnit
Evans for tho recovery of $5818
raid to have boon loanod to Evans
betwton May 1902 and .May 1004.
SECltET SESSION OBJECTION
TO AIRAMAN8 FIRST CONSID-
EQUATION -KNOX OPENS IIKAD
- QUARTERS IN CHICAGO.
(Cnltftl Prc t.tnfil Wlr.)
Chicago, Juno 0 Interest In Ro
publican national polltloi hero cen
ters today in tho convening of tits
Republican nntlonal committee la
sccr6t session to dtcldo numeroM
contests and tho arrival of Congrats
man J. F. Rurk of Pittsburg, to
Op'oii licadauartors to boom the can
illdflcy of Senator Phllandur C. Knox
for tho presidential nomination.
Tho Pittsburg statenman an
nounced when ho rtepped from tha
train, early .today tbat Via would( at
otibVustftbltnh "hoadaHarlers ancBtarf
things off witl( a rliHh, hoping tht
vyhon tho" convention la called to br
dor ho will bo ablo to make an ex.
collent showing for hla candidate.
When Chairman New, of the im-.
t'onal commltteo, callod tli body to
ordo; shortly bofbro noon he an
nounced that tho 'first content to bft
taken under consideration would bv
tho ones charted by Alabama'. Whlln
tho contOHtq como first is alplhatotl
al order, which includes 2S& coMesls
Tho Iioarlng 'Is' bound to bring out
a lot or bad feeling (lint ha famn.
smo'dorlng for tomo time, it la said.
Julius W. Dnvldon nml Charlci
II. Scott, uutfunal cornmlUeowos.aB.l
J. Q. Thompson, ntato chnirmnR, am
pitted against cncli other In thin
ftouthorn contest, Tho trpubln aroei
over tho naming of two complfto
tvotH of dologntea to tho RopMbHcnn
national convention, ono headed by
Scott and Davldron nnd tho othnr by
Thompson. Tho lattor'B contention
in tlmt tho faction ho rnpro'xiuts li
tho nnmo ono tlmt was rocognlxed by
tho national convention four years
ago. Hla dolugatoH nro luBtrtictel
fur Taft, whllo tho oppoilng dfllogiit
tlon Is uninutructed.
It Ib probable that tho fight nny
lie mi olo-.o and blUitr thnt tho whole
dfiy may bo doroted to tho Alubnnu
oaoen.
CALII'ORMA DEMOCRATS
PREPARI1 FOR CONVENTION
ii'nWwl I'rcm l.iifl Vrt.)
San FxanclHco, Jne fi. Tho Cal
ifornla delegation to tho D;mocralc'
natlqnal convention mot today '.o
mako arrangfmonla for tho trip to
Denver next month. The delegation
will loavo bore July 2, arrlvjug In
Denver July 4, thrco days prior to
tho convenjlon. The delegates ?h
mako a play of two Jioura at Sal J
Lake City and ton hours at Glou
wood Springs for sulphur latb,
An assetment of $100 ach for
the delegates at large and $50 eacn ,
'for district delegates was levied,
AntJ-TaftitcN IlH")'.
Chicago, Juno 5. -Tuo null-Tuft
alllea woro busy all morning with
tho mombora of tho national commit
too nnd Movtrul conforanees wera
hold for tho purpnso of getting tho
fight on Tuft In an organized form.
Tha backers of "Uriclo1' Joo cannon
aro tho most euthuMustlc in their
opposition nnd at tho Cunnon bead
quartora today tboro was front
laughter wnoncvur tho ilguron giv i
out by Manuyar Ilttober.ek for Tntt
were intitlonod.
'Plio Talt spqoih at Grant's tomb h
bolpg talkwl of as much ai poMlbl"
and every llttlo manna of draining
so'iilc.ant apparontly will bo em
ployed. Hitohcopk was unmoved by ro
porta from tho campa of tho allki
ftnd li ftlll certain that Tnft will
bo imniod on the first baUot. Thom
as W. 'Lawcon'a Hats ijsat .Taft is to,
bo given tho "doublp-.croea" was not
'dignified with a rapfy" at tho Taft
'headquarters.
(Continued on pn Nvp.)
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