New York Times, 2 March 1908, p. 16
I AU11LK ROCK, Ark.. March 1. -Prose-Intoxicated -Prose-Intoxicated -Prose-Intoxicated I cutine- cutine- ittnm.. ti. Knenna tan.n- tan.n- I . be-1 I I I I J 1 " I I I I I I I I Al- I I I I I tary in the Governor-, Governor-, Governor-, haa0ffica" I Rhoton said he had Senator Davia luro- luro- I paw. .ro,Ctn Jcrr UAVIS AUCUdbU. . . Attorney eaya Hla Secretary Accepted Money for Pardona with Hia Knowledge " ' . , " - tlon of United BUtea Senator Jeff Da- Da- a. ipkb at tne oounaouiw, iu ni"ht was the chief topic of discussion """uuuui xam owe to-aay. to-aay. to-aay. tuwran reaa etatement from T. 1. Cox, a leglslatlva , atauna; tnat so naea money to pre- pre- yent the Impeachment of Oor. Davis li lgoo. and added: "Charles Jaoobeon ad mitten that while ha was aecretarr to UOT uavia b wis reoeivmg money in lSto..TO. V?'? currence for him to do so, but, of course. he would not claim that any of It bad gone to uov. uavia. "I told Gov. Davis tn his office that his private secretary had admitted receiving this money In eonectlon with pardons, Ln,(lh.iio!lWrV"d1e.r fhV!ca?,,n 5TT. X -"ill. -"ill. .r.7." -Jill' -Jill' igia n ne anew tnat ns pnvaiw ototv?- ototv?- tary had received thla money. After this statement Davia retained Jacobeon as his I monea peiore tne urana jury reoenuy. land he had refused to answer Questions. asserting that his answers would lncrtm- lncrtm- mete him. LUUNtU Ll HUUIW tLLtrV.