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8ALEM, ORECpM, TUESDAY, MAY 20, 19CZ
FIRST SECTION EIGHT FACES.
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United States, Officers Fail to
Find the Remains i
OF THE AMERICAN CONSUL
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LosJ During the; Eruption In
. St. Pierre Re
J cently ' r
IJOimiFYpfa DETAILS OF THE
- rONDIHON OF THE STRICKEN
, COUNTRY: ABE BEING RECEIVED
8UPPLIE LANDED FROM. J A
FRENCH -WARSHIP. ON ISLAND.
FORT TH FRANCE, May 17JUnlt
d State Ccmaul ! Arnye, Commander
Mc-Lcan, Lieutenant-Commander Oil-
more and other officers 'of the United
rUates cruiser Ctncinna.il, with a guide,
searched tin gt- r Pierre ruins yester
day for th bodyiof United State Con
sul Thou, Prentiss. The guide positively
Mm 1 1 fled the consulate.' , Tbe party
found a larg-e , quantity of silverware
bearing the Imjlal "M". Ton of rock
will have to bo removed before a thor
ough search ton be made.' The search-
em found one body, the aex of which?
it wai impossible to determine,'
: The Eruption. '
Klngstony-Bt. Vineent. May 1 1T-Inj
the absence of symptoms of further
eruption of Souffrlere-tbe inhabf-4
tants of St. Vincent are gradually be-f
coming settled. . The mowt horrifying
detail of the condition of the Carrib-j
bean country, where thousands of cat
tle and human corpse lay In a state cf
decomposition for several days,.are re
vealed. In a small shop, opened three
days after the eruption, eighty-seven
decaying corpses were discovered, not
one recognizable. In the dwellm oft
fhe manager of one of the estates thlr-
ty corpses were found in a similar con
dition, .and other sickening discoveries
have been made. ' "
The French cruiser. Sut-het returned
to Fort De France leat evening, after
having made a circuit of the Island.
Khe landed some supplies at various
villages and took oil come refugees.
Immense quantities of supplies, such
as are being prepared in the Unlfd
States, are not needed In the. Island.
Mount Pelee Is continually throwing
out smoke and heavy dust, and yesrer
day, prior to ther landing of a search
ing part, the eruption was quite vio
lent, : v . - : ;, - -..
Tennessee, Coal Mine
OVER IT WO HUNDRED
,ives Lost As a Result of the
A Big RaoJ.f
NEW YORK, May '17. Before one
of the largest crowds of the meeUng,
August Belmont's a, r Mtzzen galloped
borne an easy winner in the National
stallion stakes at Morris Park today.
The National stallion race, Ave fur
longs, Mlzxen vron: Dalesman, second:
Benson. Hurst, third? time 0.59. Mex
ican. Merry Acrobat, Duster, Morca,
Artvls, Attorney, i Sir Voorhisv Peeper
JJve Note and iter ...litter all ram
"n.:vv; ' .i"1 1 mi..ilivr'iVrH. ,
I has been oar "constant aim to sell goods? thajk give
the lx't of 8atUfacti p. VVe want brir customer to come
ngalhv ami re knoiv they nnll wBen they give our goods
itfiiir trial. Our'price are from 15 to 25 per cent lower
for the" name tjuality of goods than you can find , at "reg
ular stores.'1, ; , v i
-Sis'CGAsiS 1 e sell th well known
It is one of the very best
lines on the market.' It's
the line that keeps our shoo
department growing. We
sell at small profits becauso our expenses are light and we do
a strictly spot cash business. :
Our selection of . . i V : -' ' .! '
NE W SPRING CLOTHING
Is exceptionally good. You'll find all tho new patterns in
pur finer MEN'S .8UIT3 from id to $10,50 ' '
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' Nico patterns in YOUNG MEN'S SUITS
at $4:75 to $9.75. Extra good values at $f
to $3.73. - . 1
BOYS' NORfOLOND TIIREE
; PIECE SUITS
in great variety of styles and prices.
Wo havo a fine assortment of7 y ; .
Men's Worsted Penis
in the new stripes from $2 SG lo $4.50.. '
1 COLLARS .JXJv
wear, Ribbons, Laces
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..i..Ti;t ,,r...i .-t,.rl.' d
A Modern Store WJth
Modern Business Methods.
THE WORK OP. RESCUE BEOAN
IMMroiATETLT BUT NOT A LIV
INO SOUL WAS FOUND ALL
B0DIfi3 WIL PROBAOJLT BE SE
CURED EEFORE DAYBREAK.
CO At, CREEK; Tenn May 19. Be
tween 175 and men and boys met In
stant death at 'j the, Fraterville- Coal
Mine, two miles west of this town this
nornlng oecausej of gas explosion. Of
the large number of men and toy who
went to r work this morning onlr na
is alive and he I so badly injured, that
he cannot live.. A hundred and sev
entyrflvem4nersj; were checked. In; for
-trk this ioming by the mine bona.
In addition to-, tnese there were boys
who acted' as helpers and drivers -and
road men and others t the number of
perhaps fifty. ; ' - '.,
rne men naa twt Men at wotk tons
beforehe terrible explosion occurred.
There was a fearful roar and the
flames hot f ron the entrance and air-
shafts- AS soonias possible t'd rescu
ing parties wert started In, one at' the.
main entrance, andf the other through
the Thistle mliw,i whlchr adjoins." The
Thistle party was. unable to make any
heaitw&y, as the ga stifled the workr
ers. A .FratervlHe party -went fully two
miles under, the earth untH a neavy
fall of slaje was encountered
All day the rescuers tolled! at I the
slate obstruction nd not until Jive
o'clock dldi tney force an entrance
through it UpUo that hour only flre
dead ! bodies haaXbeen recovered. I '
-When the recuers had entered sJ
proceeded theywalked aldng on,con-
4inuotis torrtb ofi ileath. There was not
a sljrn of life., I Every, man naa per
ished.' ther beneved, anbotuh. It will
4w mining ef ore' aM th rooms can
be entered. Twenty-six Twpiet -wrre
noon found. The mine was eftt on fire,
except In remote portionsi .and alt th
bodies will perhaps be reached before
day light. :.. . m
Ninety-EIglit Killed: and One
-. - Hnndred Injured
THE PROPERTY LOSS WILL
Probably Reach Two
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CITIZENS ORGANIZED A RESCTTE
BRIOADE AND THE CARE OF
THE DEAD AND INJURED WAS
CARRIED ON 6TSTEMATICAL&.Y
ALL. DAT, v
; IOWA , TO
HOUSTON. Tex., May lft Latest re
ports', from Oollad atate, that ninety
eight persona were killed and 103 in
jured! by a tornado which. pa.t?d over
that city , yesterday- ' afternoon. ' rne
property loss in the city and the" .sur
rounding country vriW , probably reach
1200,0001 ; ' ' . .-
The storm swept the city from end to
endi and demolished fifteen jrtorea and
residences, r '-J
; It ha been impossible to obtain an
accurate list of the dead and Injured
up to a late hour tonight. . .
The tornado, whSch waa preceded by.
a terrific downpour of hall, lasted only
a, few minute . The hailstorm drove
people into their bouses, where they
were caught when the death, dealing
wind came upon' them with terrific
force. , levelling everything In Its path.
The tornado swept an area twenty-flve
yard wide for a distance of a mile and
a half. The nouaea .collapsed a if
built of cardboard, r TT"-'
Tho work of rescue baa been carried
cn all day." The citisens nave, per
fected! an orranlxatlon and everything
is conducted in an orderly maimer, the
work of caring for the dead and in
jured being on ft systematic baMa.
Evaniton. Wyr. May 1.--The snoJ
storn which struck this section atr
day night haa continued' without abate
menU It la estimated that from ten to
fourteen Roches of wet snoW ha faller.,
the greater part of -wblcht-haajnejteu
In valleys. heep and lambs are re
ported to be dring by the thousand
and the prominent sheep- men estimate
that the ka in :Ulntah . coumrr
alone1' will' reach! iOO.000 head, whtchr
would- have had marketable valuatlbn
tof over a million dollar. ;
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babllity Is that the ball will be open
ed by Frank Davey, and the oiher
speakers will -come along. a W W
agreed upon among thema?lvea The
meeting will be" presided over Dy the
precinct committeemen -jof each, wrty
when they are preaent wilt act, .'ther
wise by the respective chairmen of the
County Central Committee.
Following is the -enUre in of
march" to be pursued by the candi
dates: . "- -; r-r:.
- Tueaday, May 20th Turner 10 a. m. ;
Marion, 2 p. ci.; Jefferson, t p. m.
: Wednes-day, May. 21st--Aumsnie, 10
a. m. ; Sublimity. 2 p. m.: Srayton. t
p. m.' ,v .- j .. -Thuradayi
May 23d Oates, i p. m,,
Mehama. s p. m. . -. j y
Friday, May 22d Macieay, 1 p.T m.;
Sllverton, S p. m. J
Saturday, May 2ith ftcottaIllls. iO
a. m.juMl. Angel. 2 p.m. ;.
Monday; May 2th-Grvais, 10 a." m. :
Monitor, 2 p. m. ; WoodburauJ p. m'
Tuesday, May 27dh Butteville, io a
m ; Hubbard, 2 p. m.; Aurora, t p. m.
Wednesday, May 2th4-Champoeg. 10
a. m.t Ft. Paul. 2 p. mJ
Thursday. May 29th p rooks, 10 a.
m.: Howell, 2 p. m.
Saturday. May 21st -&alem. I p. ro.
, WALLA WALLA FIRE
FIRE DISCOVERED IN BEE HIVE
; BUULDINO IS SPREADING.
Bill Under Ccnsiaeratlon By
the Senate Yesterday
THE NAVAL BILL PASSED
- WALLA WALLA. Wash, May !.
At 21:20 tonight fire wail discovered In
! the Bee Hive building : at First and
Main streets. The fire Is, slowly gan
ing headway and the stock of the I'er
guson Dry Goods -Company Is already
ruined. The building cannot benavid
and much valuable property adjoining
may. go with It. . v S .
FELT SUOilTLT IN EVERT gX'-
TION OF THE 5TaTE DAM- .
SAN FRANCISCOMay 19. Reports
from nearly every aectlon of Northern'
jaicroma inatcaxe mat jine eannquaae
felt here this morninr la renerat. Dam
age of a wUgrht nature Is reported from
one or twolterior town, but the
bake was not heavy enough to cause
apprehension. . .' . -
Providing for Construction of
Three Ships in Gotern
- ment Yards
THE EIGHT HOUR BILL ALSO
PAPSED UNDER SUSPENSION OF
RULES SENATE REJECTED
NOMINATION OF YOST AS REG
ISTER' AT COEUR D'ALENE.
Chairman of the Clarion Count 7 Re
publican CentralL Committee' W, J.
Culver yewtenlay received a dispatch
from State Ontral Committeeman W.
FrM'atthewd W the effectl that V. B.
Dolllver of Jlowa would adrtra- the
citizens of thia-cHy on Monday even
liiiC May 2th. upon the leaKnr politi
cal lsmiea'of the day. Mr. DoMlver s
a brother oC jSenator J. P. Dolllver,
0 Iowa, Ina speaker of National rep
ute and thejlocal politicians who know
him consider Ills' coming quite a treat
and that nobody can affordt to miss
the opportuhlty ;to he-ar him.
Russell Coleman,who haa been em
ployed at Bugerie for aeverai yarf . li
visiting witfc hi parent. Mr. asd Mrs.
James Col aman, near this city.
THE JOINT CANVASS
COUNtT CANDIDATES OPEN CAM
PAIGN AT TURNER TODAT :
i V-ITINERART. : .' "
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The polltltalv canvans of Marlon
county by the various 'county candi
dates will begin this morning at Tur
ner at 10 o'clock and will continue un
til Saturday night ofNnext week, when
It will close in a blaxeNf glory at this
city.! chairman Culver, for the Repub
licans, and Chairman Downing for the
Democrats held a conference yester
day and agreed that for theflrit day
the Republicans would have the open
ing with 50 minutes of lime, while the
Democrats would have 50 minute to
answer and the Reoubilcans zO minutes
in ciosing. This programme will b"
ternated during the itinerary. The pro-
NINE WERE DROWNED.
'LONDON, May 1.4-Nine EnglWi
tourists. Including foujr women and
four boatmen, were djrowned yester
day by'.tha -upsetting of a boat on the
lakes of KUlarney, CoUnty Kerry, I rs
landk during a squalk j A train near
Glasgow was derailed I thla morning!
There was no oss of life, but numbers
were injured. These are the earliest
samples of the accidents Which mark
the WhiUuntkSe - Bank holidays. -' A
storm is sweeping ' over thee oasf of
the United Kin attorn. The weather ts
wet, windy and cold inland and , the
numbers of "trlppera" -were conse
quently much curtailed, holiday makers
contenting theimsetves' whir attending
near-by racing eventp and cricket
matches. The cart horse parade In Re
gent's Park today attracted the uual
crowd. . . - ! . - "
Tacoma, Wash, May 19. Tacoma, 11 ;
Butte, 10. I :
Eugene, Or May l.-4-Baseball Uni
versity of California, it; University of
1, National Lsagu.
St. Louis, 'Mo, Mayj
6: Brooklyn. 6. ,
Chicago, May 10. Chicago,- 0;
- tUburg. Pa, May If. Plttsrourg, 2
Philadelphia, L - C
Cincinnati. . O May
4; New. York, 2. ...
12. SU Louli.
WASHINGTON, May 12. Only a
brief time wa devojEed by the Senate
today to the consideration of .the Phil
ippine bin. 'Dolllver supported the till
which be said was one of the most im
portant pieces of construction vlegls
latlon presented since the- Civil v"r. ,
He arraigned tWe Democratic minority
for its opposttionto the measure.- He '
Insisted that the Philippine lnsurr-c-tloiAui
a military proposition was( thlnar
o( tha past and declared that under
no circumstances would the United .
States rellna.ush the Philippines.
Washington. Majr 10. Today the
House passed the Naval Appropriation -bill.
The feature of the debate was
Oh an amendment offered by Roberts
(Xtass.) providing that three of the
ships provided for. In the bill, shall be
built in the Government yarJs. Adams
(Penn.) made a point of order ajralnst
the amendment which Sherman pum
talned. but on an appeal byi Roberts
the chair was overruled and the amend
ment was arreed to. Under the sue-
pension of the rules the bill for'elghjK
hours' work on- aH Government con- "
tracts was passed. v
Washington.' May 19. The Senate in
executive session today rejected the
nomination of John K Yost of Rath -drumV'
Ida to be the Register rf the
Land Office at Coeur d'Alene, liabo.
Both Senators Hettfeld and Dubois ot
posed the confirmation. ,A
, Washington, May 19. Senator, Tel
lers today Informed Senator PUtit cf
.Connecticut .that this session of Con- .
trtM would be likely to continue sla
ty days from the first of June. Teller
estimated that thirty days will be. oc
cupied In discussing the Canal bill and
the same amount of time oh the Cuban
Reciprocity bill, when it. Is. taken up. r
' CAPTTOLA CONVETION. . .
CAPITOLA. Calif.. May 1 Two ..
hundTed and aeventy-flve delea-atea
from the Young Worwn'a Christian
Association of the Universities, colleges
and normal schools of the Pacific atatf s ,
are holding a convention In Capitol.
The attendance is iwice that of: last
year's conference, the , Increase r, coin
ing chiefly frorf Orea-on, ;W-JbjnrUn
and Southern California. . -,:
Ihi Kind Yob Hati Mwm Eaf
Mrs. C. IpJkfonroe, of Portland, Is In
KaJemr a guest of Mr P. F. Faikl.ng
ton. .. f ir'C"-' '." )
Sea' ouri eomer window display of a
few special values In dress goods.
moet beautiful and 'extensive
line In all Salem at sale prices.
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85 values for ...... ...,.o9c
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OUR BACKWARD SEASONALE
'As the spring seaaoa has been a little backward on account of the
stormy weather, and people havo been backward about their purchases
.nnmwimAit, Kit I ni)tniratpd this "Backward BcssonhaIe"
for the purpose of forcing our extensive stock of summer goods Into the
: will be made all thlsweekfon
Colored Dress Goods, Wash Goods, ' v
Laces, Embroideries, Trimmings,
Ladies' Tailor-made Suits, Ladies
Dress Skirts, Shirtwaists.
We are going td give yau ourrou .
ing specials, not bait, but honest val
res, this season's best styles.
$15 values . 11.00
Assorted colors and styles, v
f2.23 vaiura ................ ,...:...i.r3
White, asaorttd styles.
12.50 Gibsons $1.0
J3.00 Gibsons .M.............M. ..i......1.03
We can only talk about a N few' spec
ial numbers and request you to roll
and see the rest. "
610 Suits for $4.98
Light gray, all wooL
S20 Suits lor 010
All wool. Imported homespuns with
silk lined Jackets. ,- , ' " ' 1
from 10 per ent to 50 per cent.
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GR-EAT of. LAOIIIBS, MTTS
1.75 to $2.60 values re-
dnced to - $119
3.00 values reduced to 2.25
30 : 44 - 2.50
- 5.00 f " " 3.75
G.00 44 4.75
7.00 and 8.00 " : 5.75
will range In price from -
- ..Proprietor of
ti:e v."ite cor..tn nui'.Env cept.
" Z5c Sailors reduce to 25c
75c ' - ? . . , (50c
ii.oo 'u u , : ": 7Cc
ixo - ' v - $i.co
2.00 u( ' - ixo
2J50 " ' . j 1.75