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VOL.XEL DAIlilf CAPITAL JOcItNAL, SALEM, OREGON, SATURDAY, JUNK 10, 1000. NO. 180. I CALHOUN TRIAL ENDS CASE GIVEN TO JURY JUST BEFORE NOON MICHAEL MURPHY THIRTEENTH JUROR DISCHARGED - HENEY'S CLOSING ARGU MENT A MASTER PIECE -- NO VERDICT EXPECTED BEFORE MONDAY United I'rcsa Leased Wire. San Francisco, Juno 10. Conclud ing his nrgumont todny, Honey sulci: "You jurors Imvo but ono consid eration boforo you when you rollro for your deliberations nnd that Is that you may lenvo thcro nnd go homo to your families with a full consclonco thnt you havo performed your duty to God nnd man according to your consclonco, so hod) you God. I lonvo this case In your hands con fidently oxpoetlng that San Frnnels.'o will have no ronson to question the consciousness of your vordh't In this case. Ilcnoy, hoarse of voice hut still fighting with his old dominant spirit, wound up probably the most effective and sincere nrgumont over made be fore un 12 men sitting 1n the trial of n criminal caso In the state of Cutfornla. Tho courtroom was cmwled with peoplo and prosecution and defense had marshalled around them an many of their oupportors ns they could crowd Into tho courtroom. Honey's voice, though honrso from his three-days' talking, rang through tho courtroom nnd out Into tho strcot. He was making tho fight of his life. Henoy seldom took his fnco off tho Jurors, he hold tholr attention un iiiirii?4-i'riiiiiiii-iB',,1',l,l'l,ia'l'lli i ii THE CHICAGO Is the place for good goods nnd tho vnlues hi can givo you. Wo LADIES' SUITS Sale Prices $3.50, $4.95 $7.50 and up IJHAUTIFUL SUII2U WASH SUITS, WOOL SUITS nnd SILK SUITS Now on snlo. If you want to seo a grand variety, the latest stylos and tho lowest prices in this part of the world, como to our new Suit Dopartmont and take a look through. Men's Goods 2 Take a look at our show window and see the grand display of Mon's Furnishings now on ex hibition. Quality, style and prices you cannot beat 98.r0 Silk Petti coats, no matter how w o got tlieiu, now only $3.75 Ttiiaiiiiiiif divided Ho scored nil of tho al leged fnlRO charges mndo by tho de fense. He flayed tho dofondnnt nnd all of tho mon who havo boon with him In this trial. Ho mndo nn elnuoralo ttppeal to tho lurv not to let any frntornnl pre judice Intorforo with thorn in tho find ing of tholr verdict. Ho rond from n speech of Charles A. Woodruff, n high Mason, mado boforo Golden Gato Commandery Iodgo in this city last Christmas, and tout tho Mnsons on tho Jury that If they did wlint tno defonso wanted them to do thoy would bo violating tho teachings of tholr ordor. Ho said tho mnn who used tno cover of Masonry to cor rupt his brother was dosorvlng of tho condemnation of not only ovory Ma son but every mnn. "Why, in war." said Honey, "thoy shoot tho man who soils tho counter sign nnd thoy hnng tho mnn who bribes him. ,ny Is It thoy don't hnng tho betrayer nnd lot tho briber go? io they hnng him. ns hanging Is moro dlsgrnooful thnn bolng shot." Hcney thon referred to tho super visors. Ho said: "Those men nro not nil hnrdonod criminals, dosplto tno fact thnt thoy .- r- m I VIAl,nlnB Nlcholns' iook money, rnr irum n. low prices nil the time. Come to Salem' greatest growing store und we ,, employ J2 snloM'cupIu and Keep uieiu LADIES' KID Wo havo a vory strong lino, of Glovos in kid and silk, in nil colors. Wo know our prices nro right on ac count of tho big business wo do In this department. 4 Go Llslo Glovos, now 26c 75c Silk Glovos, now 49c $1.15 Kid Gloves. now 08c Ladies9 High and Low Shoes Now on salo. We can show you a grand stock of hlfch class footwear at very small prices. Two sample prices: $2.45 high shoes, now $L49 3.00 Oxford Tee, In all the new shados, . . .$1.95 Men's 05c Working Shirts now. .39c Mon's 75c Dress Shirts now.. 49c Men's 15c Fine Hoso 9c Men's $1.50 Pon gee Shirts. . .85c Overalls, all prices, from 39c and up iriiiiinif fiuif iimiiii,i ?ltl;;,;0"nr.c,rlo, thoy woro nil getting it. I would bo shut out nnd would bo on tho out side So I took It.' " At 2G minutes past 10 Honey was told by the judge thnt ho had but five minutes left. Ho wns in tho midst of reading testimony about tho offor of a bribe in the trolley matter given by tho supervisors. Ho quickly Bkiiumed over tho rest of his speech and onded by thanking tho jury nnd admonishing thorn to do only tholr duty. Ho concluded his argument at .10:30 nnd Judge Lnwlor began nt once to glvo his instructions to tho Jury. Whon tho court was through with his speech tho jury rotlrcd nnd Mlchool Murphy, nltcrnnto Juror, tho uilrtcenth man in tho box, was dis charged. Wnon Murphy was discharged ho was instructed from tho court not to convorso upon tho caso until tho Jury hnd returned n verdict. Patrick Calhoun was not ordorcd Into cus tody, but romnlncd in tho courtroom pnlor than ho haB over boon. Tho Jury retired to nn upstairs room in Cnrpontor's hnll fnclng on Fulton street. Judgo Lnwlor ordorcd tho polico to drive nil peoplo nwny from tho front of Cnrpenter's hnll so thnt no ono could stand nnd look up nt tho wlndowB of tho room where tho Jury was deliberating. Tho Jurors tnen wont rignt to wont nnd did not tnko time to ent lunch. They nro in charge of Doputy Shoriffs Frank J, Coylo and John T. Lynch. District Attorney Langdon nftor court ndjonrned. warmly thanked Henoy for his services In tho trial and commended him for tho master ful manner in which ho handled tho enso. Honoy, worn out from his work, wont to his homo to nwnlt tho decision of tho Jury. Tho Jury ro tlrcd nt 11:19. o lienily for the Kniy Tho Fnlrmount baseball club Ib now In tho "pink of condition," ac cording to Mannger Waldo Miller's onlnion of his nine braves nnd ho Is Bitro of making tho Third roglmont baseball aggregation of Portland tenr off tholr shoulder straps tomorrow nftornoon on tho Asylum avenuo I grounds. STORE ;; mini " ..hhww. (, " Fm A Mm While They Last Wc Offer 500 yards Standard 7 1-2c Fancy Lawns for only, yard 31c " ssFSsf lU-autiful Mihsallne Dress Silk 4 wyc, yard f 49c thousands of dollars IN MINT SWEEPINGS Snn Francisco. Juno 18. Annual spring houso cleaning, in progress to day at tno mint, probably will not tho government thousands of dollnre. It Is expected by tho mint authorities that 15,000 ouncos of tho pjoclous oust win oo couocioa ucioro tno gen eral overhauling is completed. Already olght ouncos havo been scraped from tho walls nnd tho win dow gratings havo ylolded anothor 20 ounces, workmen nro going ovor the floor with suction Bwoopors, nnd nmnzlng quantttlco nro bolng sucked up. Tho greatest salvage will bo mado when tho groat crucibles nro crushed and smelted, and the tools in uso in tho various departments cloanod. Suporlntoudont Bwoonoy said to il ny: "It scorns thnt tho vory nlr of tho mint is saburatod with gold dust. It settles ovorywhoro, and thoso gonoral houso oloanlngs aro noco3sary to snvo tho govornmontfrom conldornblo loss Tho cleanup this year will result in tho greatest saving in tbo history of tho mint. BOY DIES FROM RATTLESNAKE BITE Wenntchoo, Wnoh., Juuo ID. John Moon a wheat growor, who lives near horo, and his wifo aro today al most nrostrato with grlof ovor tho traalc death of tholr 15-yoar-old son, whoso body was found lying in a Hold, whoro ho had boon bltton by a rnttlosnako. Tho boy, accompanied by his dog, loft homo Monday to catch ground squirrels. Not returning nt night, two younger brothors wont out to soarch for him, and his dead body was discovered. An Investigation rovoalod the causo of his death, lie had reached his hand Into a burrow to drag out n squirrel, whon ho wns blt tno tiy a rattlosnnko which had taken up Its homo In tho nolo. Tho boy dlod trying to roach tho houso, as his tracks showed tlu.t ho had trav eled somo dlstanco boforo ho foil. ARJOlT SOCIETY CONCERT Truo to a promise given somo tlrao ago tho Arlon Singing Sooloty of Portland givo ono of tholr clnwlcnl concorts nt the Grand Opera houso Wodnofdny uvonlng Inst to a largo and soloct audtonco of Salem pooplo. Tho visit of tho singers to Salem was roally a friendly expression of tholr nolchborlv eood will townrds tho Gorman Voroln of this city wIiobo guests thoy woro. A lnrgo delegation n n 4 1 1 n Hnln it rtrtlt 4 ltrtlv nipltfni tl VVUD ill UV VMUU lliut UlUM UtlllUi I to escort thorn to tha opera houso, W i ntil rnvn tlintti linunlt ntiln tftitnrtnlii ment boforo tholr departure Tho HW W..Vt chorus of forty volcoi woro a flno looking body of Portland's substnn tlal business and professional mon, nil in evoning suits: nud ns tho cur tain roso a few mltvutoi nftor tho ar rival of tho train thoy woro grooted with a burst of npplattso. thnt wbb ropoatod nftor each performance. Tholr first nppoarar.ee at Salem wan a musical tront and a social succo's. Tho boxos woro occupied In honor or tno Anon uocioty by tho mayor ana ins family, and anothor ,box was u raped witn tne national colors In honor of tho Chief Executive, who although absent at tho Soattlo Expo sition was ropr68outad by his prlvato secretary, Col. C. N. McArthur, and a box party of tho governor's fam ily. Other boxos woro occupied by prominent citizens. Tho concort con sisted of four German songs and throe English, and a numbar of en core woro demanded, tho violinist, bass soloist, and pianist, each being glvon rocalla also. Tho English se lection) voro "Tho Night," "Old niack Joo," and "Tho Star Spangled Danner." All present remarked how perfectly tho English lancuairo wns onuuclated by these gentlemen, near ly every ono of whom was a German by birth. Director Dammasch Is to ho congratulated on tho finished of- iect ne wns able to produce with hit vocalists who sang without In stnumontal accompanlomont, Ono of tho most beautiful uutiw hers of the evening was tho senti mental old German sOrtg, "Das Alto Muetterleln." in which flno offects were Introduced, expresdng tender ness and devotion and affection for" aged parents that Is characteristic of the German nationality. Tho visit of tho Arlon singers wa a financial success, an they returned tp Port land by a special train highly pleas ed with tholr visit to tho Canttal City, and carrying away with them many kindly feellngo for the Gor man Society of thl- city and Its poo plo in general. The program In printed form was a work of liter ary art. us it presented the souks 'n both languages in full and was a tort of libretto that was verv much apprec'atod. and wai the work of Dr Dammasch, son of tho Director of the Arlon. WANTS DATE CHAN6ED AND CHERRY EXHIBIT TAKEN TO SEATTLE JOHN H, ALBERT SUGGESTS HOLDING FAIR IN TIME TO SEND EXHIBIT TO A.Y. P. FOR THE WORLD TO SEE AND OF COURSE, ADMIRE John II. Albort, ono of tho Alaska Yukon fair commissioners, wants tho dates of tho Ohorry Fair sot for July C, 7 and 8. Ho gives ronsons ns fol lows, which nro vory logical from n boostor nnd' advertising standpeint: "Wo wnnt to ndvortlso our chor rics nt the Soattlo fair nbovo all dlse. Thoro is n way to do It right. All Salem will go to Eugene to colobrnto on Monday, July 5. "If wo could nond n thousand peo plo up to Eugene to tholr colobrnilon on tho 5th, nil Eugene will como down ono day to our Ohorry Fair, tildny. July 9th, Is Orogon day at tho bcnttlo exposition. Tho Orogon commission will entertain nil tho com missioners from othor states. "It will bo ,tho groatost day of tho exposition, whon Oregon will be host nnd nil tho world will bo guests. "Lot Orogon hnvo n ohorry exhibit ELSIE SIGEL KILLED BY CHINESE LOVER - BODY JAMMED IN TRUNK NEW YORK, Juno 10. That Elulo SIkoI. tho 20-ycar-Id granu- daughtor of tho lato aonoral Franz Slgol ,whoso dec! body wnB found Into yeatordny Jnmmod In a trunk In n Chlnoso lodging-house, wns tho vic tim of a Chinaman for lovo of whom sho suorlflcod casto, homo and friends, U tho opinion of tho pollen. Tholr bollof Is founded oil hun dreds of lottors found In the room of Iuon Ling, whoro tho body wns so crotcd. Thnt tho Chinaman had ceased to roclprocato hor lovo nnd committed a da tardly crlmo to freo hlmBolf from tho girl's broken hoartod Im portunltlot not to forsako her, tho iiollco claim Is established by tho fol lowing pitiful appeal, which thoy bo llovo was tho last lottor wrltton by tho girl botoro alio loft hor homo Juno 9: "You soom to bo growing cold to mo. Jut think of tho sacrifice I havo mndo for you; my family, my friends; everything. For God's -ako don't forBnko rao now." Tho lottors found lit tho room covor a porlod of two years, and among those boarlng Into datos aro many containing similar plons, and showing Uit montal aiigul.'h Miss Slgol's lovo for the Colostlnl had caused hor. Miss Slgol was Interested In slum work, and It Is supposod that she mot Ling, who it known to hJs American associates at William II. Lloon, dur ing ono of hor settlement trips. Ling is well educated and peaks Eng cllsh fluently, lie Is 'aid to havo beon converted to Christianity through MIsj Slgcls offorts. Tho room In rhlch tho body was found is In a building In tho Chlnoso district nt 782 Soventh avenuo. Tho uppor floors of tho place aro occu pied as n lodglng-houso, Miss Slgol disappeared from hor homo In tho Dronx Juno 9. Since thon the polico bavj searched the city for hor In vain, and tho only word received by hor family durhlK that time was a brlot noto which. according to tho police, read: "Don't worry. Will be homo fltiu- day evening," This noto was rocoived by Paul Slgol, tho girl's father, and was algned" "KIslo." It was dated from GRANT HOLT FOR SCHOOL DIRECTOR NEXT MONDAY The candidate of the business mon of this city for school director next Monday seems to bo Mr U. G. Holt, hotter known a Grant Holt. Ho Is i a resident of Yew Park, where ho owns a home and haB a family con sisting of a wifo and tbreo children, tho latter all In tho public schools of Salem. Mr.' Holt Is an employeo or tno upauiaing butnuor company. Ho was rormorly a re Idont of tho i city of Joffierson where he sorvod thnt will astonish tho world. "Let uh change the date of our Cherry Fnlr to July O, 7 nnd 8. "On tho evening of tha 8th lot us pnek up tho wholo exhibit of chorrloa from tho WUlnmotto vnlloy and tho ohorry City of tho World and sond thoroUo tho .Soattlo fair. "Thoy Bhould bo coolod off, sont down to Portland on tho Orogon Elec tric fnst special and sont to Soattlo that night. "Send alone two live mon to soo that the ontlrc exhibit Is displayed !u tho Oregon building on Orogon day. "Wo will got moro advertising by putting ouf wholo Ohorry Fair ex hibit Into tho Soattlo fair on Orogon dny than in any othor way. "Wo will nccompllnh what Califor nia did on California day at tho Lewis and Clnrlt fair. I say let us bo nllvo for ...is ono occnslon." Washington Tho polico bollovo tho murdoror sont tho mossago to stop pursuit, and glvo them ample time for escape. Whon tho body wns found by tho polico It was Jnmmod tightly In it small trunk, and was romoved with difficulty. Coroner Hnrburgor Is ot tho opinion that tbo trunk had held Its growsomo contents for moro thnn a woolc. From uoop marks on tho thront It wa npparont that tho girl had boon strnuglod to death, nnd all ovldonce pointed to one of tho most ntroclonts cr:ni08 In tho polico rocords of Now York. Ling, u whoso room on tho upDr I floor of tho lodglng-houso tho body, was round, cannot uo rouna uy tne polico. Uo and anothor Calontlal are said to havo disappeared tho day of. tho discovery. Ha wnu ntnrjloyod by a Chlnoso rostuirant ownod by his cousin, Joo Ling, on tho first floor of tho building. Joo told tho polico that ho had frequently soon III cousin on the strcots In company with Miss Slgol. It is stated also that Ling oftou call od at tho Slgol homo, supposedly with tho sanction of tho girl's par ents. Identification of tho body was not accomplished without difficulty. Tho flrBt stop was mado whon artlclos of Jovxilry found lu tho room woro recognlzod by tho girl's mother as belonging to hor daughter. About midnight Mrs. Florence fit. Todd, who had boon associated with tfc. girl In settlement work among tho Chlnoso called at tho morgue. She confidently assorted that tho Jowolry found on the corpdo wns that worn by Miss Slgol. I'Ing, for whom the police have oxtondod tholr drag-not to all tbo Burruunang cities, rormorly was a Sunday-school workor lu Phlladol phlo. and It Is regarded as posslblo that ho has fled to that city. Tho Philadelphia police have beon advis ed, and alroady hnvo stnrted a deter mined search. Throe Chlnamon, known to be as sociate of Ling, havo boon arrested and will be hold In detinue ponding the cupturo of tho man whom tho police bollovo to be guilty of the terrible crime as School Director for mnnj yea re. and Is familiar with tho dutloa of that position. Ho Is personally Int- ore-ted In having first-clasi public schools In the Capital City ami stauds fr thoso progressive policies whliVi are placing Salem in tho tront rank as an educational town Ho Is a young man of good common chool education, of first-class business ability and In ovorv uav well nual. flod ta till this office.