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i ' . . . f f 1 iauntol """" ' ' ' -' .. !".. .11 ' ' ', - I " I VOL. XVHI. SALEM. OREGON, FlQDAy, JUNR J(0, 1008 s VICEPR HERMAN " HUE WRICHT StICCEEDS TAPT JUNE 30 AS WAR SECRETARY ESIDENT NOMINEE WELCH OFFER IS ACCEPTED FOR STAVTON LINE conference of co.umittees dkcires on koxhs decide to hals 13 $1(10,000 ox first moittgage security. . SELECTION IS MADE UNANIMOUS The Stiuton committee nnd ottoe KommlttecB represented in the effort go get ni electric line built from Sa lem to Stnyton hnve ncccpted tin of- ttt of A. welch or Portland to con struct the lino tipon $100,000 bond t being RiibHcrll) d. (oinntltU'i .Mootw Welch. At the Inst Stnyton meeting n bmmltteo conBlBtlng of W. V. Plchnrdson, of Salem, Shcrmnn Bwank, of Aumsvlllo, and WY, BY THE CONVENTION NEW YORKER EASILY WIXH SEC OXR PLACE ONLY OTHER IH(3 CANDIDATES, GUILD AND MURPHY. (Continued on page llvo.) tUultetl Vtnt I.timtrd Wire.) Coliseum, Chicago, June 19. James 8, Sherman, of New York, was this morning nominated by the Republican convention for the vice presidency on the first ballot, tho vote standing: For Sherman, SIC: Governor Guild, of Massachusetts, 7G; Murphy, of New Jersey, 77. The nomination was Immediately made 'tnanlmous and the convention ad- L. Mourned. (Continued on pago three.) niCAGOKSTOBE PEOPLES BARGAIN HOUSE THE WHITE FAIR ji L L WAS ONCE PHILIPPINE GOVERNOR 60LD DEMOCRAT AX-OK PRESIDENT FORMA H,Y , NOUNCES ACCEPTANCE RESIGNATION AXI) APPOINTS SUCCESSOR. REPUBLICAN qAMPS ARE SATISFIED WI1H THE RESULT WK lnow In full progress at tho CHICAGO STOHE All WliMo Goods throughout th: store are radically reduced. Thousands of. Items to Pick from. Now !s the time for Everybody to get n shore of those White Fair nargalns. Read on White Parasols ALL REDUCED 0c, (J5c. 83c. OSc 91.25 mul up India Linons ALL REDUCED Yd 7'2c, 8 l-!Jc, 0c, 12JaC nnd up Light Calicoes ALL REDUCED H end 8 1-3 Calicoes Now reduced to 5c Yd Dress Goods and Silks ALL REDUCED Yd. 15r, 23c, 35c, JOc ami up White Hosiery ALL REDUCED . xw pair, . . .X5c, 18 and 25c Sum ger Vests, now Oc White Waists ALL REDUCED "j 05c, 85c, 08c and S1.25 '33570 Ladies Suits ALL REDUCED Now b yenr time to get Bar galas. ,iy?.,.,.'..S.U.,!HJIOl10JSO $2.Und. ,8. fW io.30 M'nltttl I'rcn J.cnucJ Wire. I Washington, June IP. Socretnrv Tnft today announced officially that he will resign as fleoxetary of wjir and Hint his resignation will bo ef fective Juno 30. President Hoo?velt announced of ficially (his afternoon nt tho White Uoueo thnt tho resignation of W. II. Tnft to take effect Juno 30, hod been roce'ved and that U'.v successor wou'd bo Lulo Wright. Wright was am basador to Japan from 190C until 1007, when he resigned. Ho was born In 1847 '-His father was Ar- rhlbold W. Wright, for many year cmof justice of Tennessee. Ho wit for eight yen'-s attorney general of Tonnessco nnd wns active In relief measures during the yellow fever tcourgo In 1878, He h n gold Dsmocrnt nnd wns a member of the Phlllpplno commission from 1000 to 100-1. In 1904 he wan annotated civil governor of tho Philippines anl wns Inter appointed governor gonor ,al which post ho held until 1 900. o DEADLY PRESENT OF HASKET OF RATTLERS M'iilU.1 Pre I.ened Wire.) Reno, Nev., Juno 19. A. A. HIV bnrd, a wealthy Jnnd ownr of this city, tins started an Investigation In to what ho boJioves wob an attempt ion his life. A box was delivered to ! his homo by ox')res' and from its ex I tornal aup-arancc, ho iudged that ' omo friend had sent him n box of , fruit. Ho immediately started to Iodoii tho box, which bore tho ship ping mark of an office of tho com pany on tho Yuba river In Califor nia. Ho had no rooner loosened ono 1 of tne hoards ,tnon scores or rauio ! snakes snrang'from tho box nnd ot i tacked him, tho prindlnu' on the 'cover evidently having Infuriated them. Fortunately Hlbbard was not i bitten, but the reptllei struck him rmany t'mes on tho arms, a heavy ; coat protecting him. ' o CHARGE SALESMAN WITH STEALING 25,000 IN GEMS iPnlted Irf l.emed Wire.) Phln.nn Tuna 10 Thn irrnnil Jurv todny rPturned an Indictment against James Nonamln. ono of th mo t widely known nnd exnert dla- , mo-'i niUsmnn of the- wost. hnre- I Ing blm. with th thoft of $25,000 worth ot Kms from tho wholosnie 'diamond houso of S. M. Flolshman !& Company. I Nemamln bad bn In ths mploy i of tho company fo- worn! veal's. , nnd traveled ovor Paellle cokn ter . ritory. NEEDED NEW YORK VICE PRESI DEXT' TO WIN FEW "SORE HEADS" PROPHECY VICTORY FOR TARTY. lie Store That Saves You Money ; OLD PHYSICIAN OVERPOWERS I A I1URLY IJURGLAR irnlted Prpf l.ffI Wlre. t San Francisco. June 19. Armed ! with the old cavalry sabre with which I he fought through tho Civil war, Dr. vie'or Dupont early today fought off j the attacks of Harry Cook, a prlvato at Fort Mason, who had onterod his house for tho purpose of burglary. j Tho aged physician beat off his as- -alnt and finally floored him with a blww on tho head. lie is woaK 10 dav as tho result of his terrific bat tie. but will recover. The would-be burglar waj arrosted. n THREE SOLDIERS FATALLY HURT IN MIMIC WAR (Tailed I'r I.eated Wire.) New York. June 19 Three mem bers of the Ninth Infantrv. Private Ha-vey, McDowell and Welsh, are todav renorted near death as the result of injuries received In the "mimic war" conducted by battle ships and the forts guarding the en trmA to New York harbor. Tho three men were Injured while worfc- ! Ing the big guns at Fort Wadeworth while "repMHng" an attack by the (TJnlteil I'iim LenieO Wlro.i Chicago, June 19. This after noon Ik .being spent in celebration lly tho delogatos nnd visitors to tho convention. There Is much hllnrlty nnd much cheering for Tnft and Shcrmnn. MoU of tho lenders nrq so tlrd out thnt they went to tholr hotels to rest. , There Is a general feeling of sntlB fnctlon nmong the Hepubllcnns ovor tho result of tho convention. All ,111-fyellnijthnj. developed, during tho luiiviMiwuii seems 10 nave osen for gotten. The Ind'nnn delegates, however, havo not recovered from their re sentment nt tho treatment nccorded Govornor J. Frnnk Hnnly whllo ho wns pincing Fairbanks in nomina tion yestorday. The Wisconsin contingent also h In n bad state of mind ovsr tho fail 'iro of tho resolutions commltteo to ndont n moro rndlcal plntform. They epnak of Reprosontatlvo Cooper ni a hero for his work In bringing in th minority report and fighting 'or it on the floor. Tho vie nrcsldentlal candidntni who rHed. Hammond Knight, Dol liver nnd Cummins, all express con fldnc in the ticket nnd comnlote -ntlsfnctlnn w'th the result. It l argued that the devolonment of th rlnalon mndo It pnislblo for th convention to nnmo a Now Yftrker to Insure the succosr of tho ticket. Judge Henry Sklnnr, of North Cnrollnn, In reforrlng to tho neces sity of delecting Shermnn, snld: "Ai New York goos, so goes tho Union." Congro'smnn Mnrlln E. Olmstond, of Pennsylvania, rn'd this nftornoon thnt with the Tnft-Shormnn ticket his stnto would give a Republican majority of half a million. Stnto iChalrman Woodruff of Now York, who hns been considered n constant candidate for vice proaldent for vears, said: "It was absolutely necesary for the vice presidential candidate to como from Now York, .as wo havo a complicated Dolltlcal situation thorp and It would hnvo been hard for the delecatlnn.to go back to tho Bt with nothing to show but a dfa for th and'dncy of Governor Hi'fbe for the presidency. The New Yorkers wv It will be n hard battl? In their state this fall, nevertheless. The Democrats nre claiming that they will carry tb ttato by a big majority as the result of 'H tension In the Hepublicnn A a mattr of fact Chairman Wood-tiff pnd Coneres'inan HerlMrrl Parsonn. o' Now York, were dolight ed at th Ufeat of Governor HughM to whom thev have ben onpostd since he entered ofllce. Tho Hughos boom nt flr wen tb- cause of nmo concern at the Wh'te Houie and the friends of the governor do not h! tate to say that It was throttled and killed by the nootevolt Interest In the pnrtv. thoutrh It was publlelv favored by the White Home repre sentatives. "WETS WIN IN MEDF0RD IN CIRCUIT COURT SEVENTEEN HURT;TW0 ARE KILLED CARS IN COLLISION INJUNCTION IS MADE PERMA- TWO HUIIURIIAN CARS COLLIDH NEXT .JACKSON COUNTY PRE CINCTS VOTING "WET" WILL SO REMAIN WILL APPEAL. (United I'rru t.ciurd Wlre.i Medford, Or., Juno 19.-i-CIrcuIt Judg II. K. Hnnnn nt Jncksohvlllo today mnde pnrmnnsnt nn Injunc tion secured In the enso of J. C. Hall vs. G, W. Dunn ot nl, restrnlnlng tho county court from dcclnrlng pro hlbltlon In effect In Jackson county on account of provisions In Med ford's city charter giving tho city tho right to regulnto the liquor trnf (llo regardless of the' state laws on tho subject. Tho court's ruling nulllflFg county prohibition. In Jackson county.jou nbllng thoso fiVcclnctr'Tvhlchvoted "wet" to remain wet, keeping "dry" thoso precincts which voted dry. Tho towiiB of Medford, Gold Hill and Jacksonville will bo "wot." Ashland. Centrnl Point nnd Englo Point will bo dry, Tho Prohls omployed special coun sol to fight tho caso nnd will appeal to tho supremo court. Mcnnwhl'.o saloons will be permitted to run. p HGH11NG HUGHES RAGE TRACK LAW NEAR JX)S ANGELKH, CALIFOIt MA ONE WAH OIN(J AT FULL SPEED. (I'nltttl I'rru l.rnird Wlre.i Los Angeles, Juno 19. Two ran- sengera wero killed nnd 17 other sorlMisly cut nnd brulHcd early to dny by tho coIIIhou of an oloctrlc car of tho Whltttor line with ono of the Snutn Ann Intorurnnn road. Killed nre: Mrs. Gcorgo' M. Stanton, Banta Ann. George M. Stanton, hU Ana. - Tho' collision occurred Just north ot SluuBon Junction. Roth cafa wero on Uielr way from Iea Angelee. Tho. WJijttlor car had aUimwt.wheH t jthe'Snnta Ank car, rdnntng at full sjiecu, ernsneu into it. NATIONAL V REPUBLICAN COMMITTEE il'oltfil I'rtu Lented Wire.) Now York, Juno 19. Tho rncltlg I'Hrresta todny begnn a fight to toU the Hughes nntl-rnco track gambling Inwi by obtnining from Jufitlco Dlschof, of tho supreme court of Now York county, nn Injunction re Htrnlnlng the nollco from Interfering with tho betting at Sheepsbend bay rnco track this afternoon. Tho order Is returnable In court tomorrow morning nnd it Is undei stood thnt the racing Int Vests have obtained prominent ccinel to np pear In their behalf. The law will be attacked on the ground thnt It Is unconstitutional, It Is said. EA-.SECRKTARV OF NAVY RROUGHT INDIAN FAKIR (United I'rMn f.Mied Wire ) New York. June 19. Now York roclety is Ind'gnant and Wall street h amused todav over the exposure of a secret "parliament of Infinite wisdom" taught bv an Indian I Mathatma and alleged to have been neaoeu uy raw .tiorion, iwruier vi v nreBldent of tho Santa Fe railroad, former secretary of the navy and head of the Equitable Life. Tho revelation was made In a suit filed by Louis 13. JJachman against Dr. Thomas W, Tophara, a prominent Brooklyn physician. i v FLEET IS PREPARING TO CONTINUE JOURNEY San FroncIscQ. Juno 19. The 10 La:tiein!p8 of the Atlantic fleet aro gradually assembling In the bay, preparatory to tholr departure hs ncliodulwl on July 7 and today tho streets are almost its plentifully flllod wtlh blue Jackotp as they wero during the big cilebratlon o fleot weok. In a few dayi all of the fleet will be again anchored within sight of tho city and it will shortly bo Joined by the armored cruiser squadron un der Admiral Dayton. The Fourth of July will be tnndo notnblo by a naval celebration nnd the firing of tba national sal'ite of 21 guns by the ussombled ships. Most of the Atlantic fleet will do part for Honolulu, July 7, and on August 5, the cruisers will start for Somoa and tho Philippines. As Ad miral Dayton is soon to retire. It Is p-obab' that Admirnl Swlnburn will tako command of tho Pacific fleet leave the nort. Tlin rtmi nnltnflal Y)Aintittlj.u . 'commltteo met Immediately after the convention nnd.BOloctod Gonorul Powell Clnyton, of Arkansas, wa cno'pn chnlrmnn to sorvo until htich time n tho cnndldutos decide on a nlnn to hold tho position pcrmnnont- iy. Elmor Dover, of Ohio, waa re elected socrotnry, and Sorgoant at Arms Stone was also rotalncd In bin ofllce. The following sub-coHimlttoe thou was appointed and (nutrnctod to Ih tervlew the candidates and ascertain their choice of a permanent chair man: General Clnyton, Kormor Gover nor Myron T. Herrlck of Ohio, Frank R. Kellogg of Minnesota, Charle Nngel of Missouri, William L. Ward of New York, Senator Rorah of Ida ho, E. C. Duncan of North Carolina; and Frank Lowden of Illinois, Oonernl Powell Clayton, the torn porary chairman, wan governor o( Arkansas from 1808 to 1K71, United States senator from 1871 to 1877, a delegate to ovory national Republi can convention to 1873 to 1898, and was United Stntvs nmbusaador to Mexico from 1897 to 1005, LAND FRAUD CASES GO TO JURY Pnlttil re l.ei) Wire) Washington, June 19- The Hjrdn Reneen land fraud on no went to tho Jury today after the attorneys for both sldas had consumed ueveral days with arguments. "Nigger," a liorso of the Four teetitb cavalry, Is tli hero of Yosom ite valley for having womtod u grls sly boar In a fight Automobile For Sale First class 36 horso-power, touring car for sale cheap. Owner will guarantee car. Equlr at Journal ofllc. & paiieng$r Hjoddard?Dayton uviuj a m. -"--