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AILY CAPITAL JOURNAL.
8ALEM, OREGON, TUESDAY, JANUARY, 1904.
Number of Known
Dead Now 591
George Dusenberry Accused
of Locking the Children
in and Causing Half
Chicago, Jan. 5. Joscphlno Span-
cor, 17 yearo old, died of injuries re
ceived In tho Iroquois- fire, last night,
BVIUUIUUn U1U UIUUUIT Ul VlUUUlb Ul'X. I
n A I M Atkh m lA t A f a m
3ho was removed to her homo after!
flro, whoro Bho died. Tho pollco .
Bid not know sho was In tho list of in-
ired Until thlB morning. GCOrEO
)uBcnbory, head unhor, charged with
icing responsible for locking Uio
Joore of tho children's gallery when j
10 flro started, was arrested last ,
light He confronts ono of tho
fgravect accusations of any ono con-
ctod with tho theater. His action
la said to 'have cost half tho lives lost
If tho coroner's Jury r.turns a vor-
let beforo tho grand Jury adjourns,
io evidence will bo Immediately pro-
PKJntod to tho latter. Tho coroner to-
pay issued a hundred summons for
Dusonborry is hold to await tho ac-
an of tho grand jury undor 56000
Bonds, which woro promptly given by
po thcator owners.
No Danger of a Crowd.
ISan Francisco, Jan. 5. Tho pollco
flay notified tho Grand Opera Houso
Management that no ono would bo
ipormittod to stand at tho Pattl con
tents, and no chairs would bo allowed
113? tho aisles. Thoso attending must
aw sent chock to tho pollco before
Entering. It Is dotermlncd to prevent
h? posalblo repetition of the Chicago
Columbus, O,, Jan. G. Tho govornor
today, on tho ground that ho believed
M. Malm Innocent of tho charges
nhado against him, rovbked the extra
Kit ion warrant on which AJahn was to
iavo boc-n takon to Now York to stand
trial on a chargo of stealing $30 000
from tho Manhattan Inauranco Com
pany, of which ho was an ofllcor.
Tanner Gets an Office.
Washington, Jan. 5 Tho appoint
nont of Jamos Tannor, otherwise
Known as Corporal Tanner, as regis-
tar of wills for tho District of Colum
bia, is announced at tho Whito House.
Ho succeeds Dent, who ontors tho
The Dietrich Trial.
Omaha, Jan. 5. Tho hearing In tho
dotrlch case has boon postponed un
111 Thursday, to allow tho arrival of
Utornoy II Bushnoll, from tho attor-
raoy-genoral's ofllco nt Washington.
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On Men's and Boys
We have a good assortment of sizes and Qualities
l for yoa to select from.
''! If you have any use for
time target one at
The New Yo
Dolls, games, hooks dressing cases, and pictures at i
exactly OWti-riAJL JPKiUti.
Salem's Cheapest One Price
E. T. BARNES, Prop-
New Eraf or Oregon
Will Demonstrate the High
Grade Character of East-
. ern Oregon's Base
Tho Sumpter smelter was blown In
on Thursday last, and tho Reporter
Btiya of It:
DackeU UP aBtUn8t tno "PP
nl,la surrounding tho canyon through
which Powder river takes its way yos-
tnrdnv nnrn nntli-rvl ironf vnlnmna nt
mnUn ,.,,. wUh . 0,dfi h...
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thoso who had not been advised of tho
ovont, with exclamatory occonts which
sounded good to all ears.
"Blown in at last" said others. "I
hopo it means as much in tho futuro
for Sumpter as tho construction work
General Monagor Muollor, who Is
out nt Quartzburg, hnd requested that
nothing bo sold with roforonco to tho
firing of tho furnnco, In ordor that
an unmanngeablo crowd would not ap
pear and lnterfcro with tho work
men. For several woeks Superintendent
Carr B. Noel has boon busy with his
forco of moni getting ready for tho
ovont which yestorday marked an
epoch In tho mineral Hfo of Oregon.
That ho did his work well waa mani
fested by tho smoothnoss with which
every dotall was worked out and by
tho absenco of all friction at ovory
point Thoro woro no mora delays
than aro to bo found In old established
Institutions of tho kind almost ovory
Tho coko had been placed and flrcd
early. Tho shift wont on nt about 7
o'clock and worked ns though a world
of oxporlonco stood behind their la
bors. Soon tho molten Btuff was seen
Blzzllng all along tho battory of fur
naces. Thoso who had accopted personal
Invitations woro anxious to acquire
souvenirs of tho first mat to mado, and
whon it had been mado cool Mr. Noel
had qulto a quantity broken up and
by tho early part of tho afternoon a
largo numbor of pieces hnd found
their way up town and Into cabinet
Tho matt is as pretty as any to bo
seen anywhoro, indicating that plant,
operations, matotial and mon nro of
tho bost quality and character.
It's tho llrst smoltor for precious
metals In Oregon. It cost in the
neighborhood of $175,000. It 1b man
aged and owned1 by mon who have
confldonco in tho oro valuos of this
minora! belt. Baker CityDemocrat
an overcoat, flow's the
New Chaplain Springs
a Hard One on the
Asked Them to Join Him in
Repeating the Lord's
Prayer, and They
Washington, Jan. 5.
sion of Rev. Hnlo'a
-At tho conclu
prayer on tho
opening of tho senate at noon today,
ho requested tho senators to Join hlni
in repeating tho Lord's prayer, but
no volco responded from tho floor. A
resolution was adopted directing tho
commissioners of tho District of Co-They did not leavo, but secreted them
lumbia to inspect all places of public! solves, holding secret meeting, whoro
amusomont In tho city, to avoid a rep-'they rolled about tho floor praying,
otltlon of tho Chicago disaster. Mop , Inst night they grow bold, and1 hold a
gan's resolution declaring that a stato mooting In a convort's house, and their
of war exists between Panama and rnntlngs woro hoard for blocks. A
Colombia, and that tho president ox-'l'osso of cltizons formed, raided tho
cceded hla nowors In ropounlzlncr tha ' llOUSO. took tho loadors out and
revolutionary government, was takon
up In tho houso today. It unanimous -
ly adopted resolutions of sympathy
with thofamlllos of tho victims of the
Corea Will Be Neutral.
London', aJn. G. Tho Corean chargo
d'affnlrW hero today stated that
Japan's proposal was much moro fa-
voraoio man mat or uussia in regard
to Corea. Ho said Corea would never
agree to Russia's suggestion that one
third of that country become a nou-
trnl zono. Ho bolloves thoro will bo
no war, but In that ovont Corea will . ply to Japan was delivered at Toklo
remain neutral. I today.
Evety Subscriber Who Pays a Dollar
Tins Month to Have a Chance to
Guess on a $ 1 50 Diamond
The Journal has placed an ordor
through tho C. H. Hinges Jowolry
houso tills aftornoon for a $160 dia
mond of the finest wator, to bo givon
away to subscrlbon this month to
tho Dally or Weekly Journal for each
dollar paid tho subscriber Is to have
ono guoss at an unknown numbor of
Flr6t Damage Suit Filed.
Chicago, Jan. G. Tho" first suits
against tho city and tho Iroquois
managemont wero filed today by Ivy
Owons, whose mothor and sister lost
their llvoe. Ton thousand dollars Is
demanded in each caio. David Jones,
BUDorintondont of tho Fullor Construe-
tlon Company, who, after the flro was
j ia iiibuiaiii-u, nuia uu uiu iuvi uuu
broko out all tho ventilators, accord-
Jng to chargos mads by tho police,
! surrendered to tho authorities this
morning, being hold ponding formal
charges. Tho coroner announcos ev
erythlns is roady foi the inquest
(Thursday, 140 witnesses having biten
Made Half a Million.
New Orleans, Jan. 6. W. Brown,
leader of the bull ring in cotton with
,In the past four days bought 126,000
.baloe whon tho bears attomptod to
i break tho markot Tho rise today,
inlono. nets him half a million dollars.
Brown is moro bullish today, and says
cotton will go to 11 cents beforo there
, is any fear of a break.
Has Changed Hands.
Tho blacksmith shop at No. 185
Commercial stroot, Just south of The
Journal ofllco, hcrqioforo conducted
by T. C. Smith, has changed hands,
Mr. Smith retiring from the business,
having sold out to Cummins Bros.,
who will hereafter conduct the placo.
Germany May Mediate.
Rome, oJn. A. The Capitate this
morning prints a rumor that It is re
ported that Germany will take tho Ini
tiative and mediate between Russia
Corvallis Citizens Do
Business With the
Yet They Were Accused of
Nothing More Serious
Their Own Way
Corvallis, Jan. 5 QrcfDeld and
Brooks, leaders of tho Holy Rollers,
jworo tarred and feathered last night
, by a citizens' posse. They hod been
warned to leavo tho city, after burn
ing up nearly all tho household ef
fects of G. V. Hurt, a recent convert
.stripped thorn, and then covered them
1 with a heavy coat of tar and feathers.
, They fled, and nro still going.
Washington, Jan. G. Nearly tho
wholo cablnot mooting today waB de
voted to tho dlscusplon of tho gravity
'of tho far En'stern sltuntlon, Tho cab
Inet generally believes thoro will be
Russia's Reply Delivered.
London, Jan. 5. Tho Contral Nows
. says It Is understood that Russia's ro-
three figures,. that will bo placed In a
soaled onvelope. This is not a draw
ing, lottery, or gift enterprlso of any
kind but a mora innocent, harmless
guessing contest that will mako some
ono richer by a present of a flno $150
diamond set In a Tiffany gold ring. De
tails of tho guesslug contest will be
j mado public tomorrow.
Miss Morloy Acquitted.
. Miss Nova Morley was last evening
tried boforo a Jury In Justice Morgan's
court, on tho charge of stealing a ring
from Miss Cronlse, a daughter of T.
J. Cronlso. Testimony Has Intro-
' due d on tho part of the state tending
to Drove tho chnrco. but tho defense
j brought forth wltho&eos to provo that
uiu hvu K'iib jiui iruuuu riuijB, ur ui
least had discussed the question of
tindlng. Whon tho case was submit-
tod to the Jury a short consultation of
theio (antiunion rosultod In tho bring-1
Ing Into court of a verdict of acquittal.
The City's Finances.
City Recorder Judah has completed
the report for tho past year, to bo sub
mitted to tho council this evonlng. It
was lound that the total income of!
ihe city for that period was $34,570.41,1
and tho expenditure. Including in-;
terost on bonded indebtedness, $34.-'
370.90, leaving a not balanco of 206.G1
on hand as a result of tho year's mu
A Cold Snap East
Washington, Jan, 6. Tho weather
bureau this morning says tho Now
Knngland storm is showing an excep
tionally cold wave, fn Now York this
morning It was within two degroos of
tho coldest weather ever recorded. It
was 22 below at Albany and 30 at
,, , .
He Got the Limit
Helena, Mont, Jan. 4. Isaac Orey-
elle was today sentenced to 10 years
In prison and 15000 fine, the maximum
penalty, for sending threatening let
tere to the Northern Paclflc.
A Case Where Loye
Did Not Laugh at
Delegate to Congress, Nephew
of Queen HI, and Pride
Washington, Jan, 6. Princo Cupid,
tho Hawaiian delegate to congress,
was In tho pollco court thlB morning,
charged with intoxication and disord
erly conduct Ho passed tho night In
a coll, having refused to mako any at
tempt to give ball. This morning ho
allowed a friend to deposit ?G ball, and
his trial is set for Thursday. Tho
princo made a good fight In tho Ba-
loon, and it required tho offorts of.
sovornl mon to subdue him, according
to tho statomont of tho arresting ofll
cor. Ho Is a nophow of ox-Quoin Lil
loukolanl. More Chicago Strike.
Chicago, Jan. G. Rendorod despor
ato by their ineffectual strlko, tho sky
scrapers' engineers today Issued a call
to tho onglnoers In many of tho West
SIdo factories to Join tho strlko. Thoy
threaten to ordor a general strlko if
UiIIb Is not sufllclont Tho excuse for
calling out tho factory engineers Is
that thoy aro employed by members of
tho employers' association, which la
aiding tho managors of tho down-town
buildings to socuro non-union engin
eers to tnko tho placo of tho strlkors.
Lincoln, Nob., Jan. 6. Tho charred
body 6f NIghtwntchman Crnwford
wns found in tho flro of tho Cushman
Motor Company building thlB morn
ing. His head was wounded, and tho
pollco beliovo that robbors attempted
to loot tho building, that Crawford re
sisted, and was struck. In tho flght
thoy kicked ovor tho lantorn, setting
flro to tho factory.
Destroyed by Ice.
Mount Vornon, Ind Jan. G. The
towboat Gleanoc, with 30 barges of
coal aro caught in tho Ico bolow horo,
and aro being destroyed. Thoy belong
to Pittsburg capitalists. Probably tho
wholo will bo a total loss, of 1130.000.
AND WHITE FAIR.
Bids fair to be the greatest In our history. Remember this sale
includes every article In our store, except contract goods. Goods
arriving dally are placed before you at the eamo conomlcal prices.
Muslin undo.-wear, outing underwear, new spring shirt waists, new
spring neckwear, new aprone.
Undormuslins underpricod. A
sale of dependable muslin things.
No skimped garments in our mus
lin underwear depnrtinont ovory
thing is Just right
All of our regular stock of mus
lin underwear reduced
and somo of it wo havo roduced
All of our now spring undorwear
is placed on sale atWhlte Sale and
Horo can bo soon somo of tho
newost, brightest, prettiest, best
fitting underwear ever shown In
tho city. Our garments aro not
mado to catch tho careloss oyos.
Ooodnoss la first; neatness, re
finement then liberal sizes and
shapely proportions that delight
women whon they get homo.
Americans Putin Some
Big Bills for Dam"
The Commission Cuts Out
The Largest Part bat
Some Importand Claims
Now York, Jan. 5. Among tho pas
Bcngors on tho o team or Caracas, from
Vonozuola, woro Amorlcan Commis
sioner William Balnbrldo and Secre
tary Doolgo. Balnbrldgo Bald of tho
11 arbitration commissions, tho
Americans was tho last to finish its
work, as Us claims Involved larger
amounts than most of tho others, and
were dollcnto and conrplox. They
woro 66 In numbor, amounting to $11,
000,000, 23 woro disallowed nnd $381,
000 woro awarded on tho othors. Four
othor Amorlcan claims, Including tho
most Important, aro In tho hands of
tho umpire, to bo decided somo tlmo
Arabs Start Rebellion. -Borlln,
Jan. G. Tho National Zol
tung today prints a story that a robot
lion against tho Turks broko out in
Yomon provlnco of Arabia. Pour thou
sand Turkish troops, sent to suppress
It, have disappeared; and It Is rumored
thoy havo boon destroyed. Also a re
bellion of tho Arabs "in tho Turkish
provinces, along tho Persian gulf. Tho
rebels attacked tho town of Alrich and
killed nino Turkish officers nnd 30
Log Cabin Creams Pep
perment Cheys, Chocolate
Chews and Peanut Candy
154 State 8t Phone 1971 Main.
This special salo numbor "Ono
Hundred Fifty-sovon" is to bo one
long romomberod by those who
come early to this great sale Re
member this Is for
nnd only Wednoidny. Don't ox-
ppct them Thursday or any othor
day, for It's ono of tho unusual.
These Standard, Grade
In a great variety of patterns and
colors. Now Is your opportunity.
Overlooking an opportunity Is not
looking it ovor. Now is your gold