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AIL Y CAPITAL
SALEM, OREGON, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1904.
IREATENED TO BLOW UP
lice Placed Bag of Papers Instead of
Coin at Place and Arrested
a . l net "i. .. ..1 ...m.
iicagO, UCt. Zi. vuuiueu Willi
apted extortion, Roger McDon-
aged 22 years wa? arrested last
by detectives at a spot said by
ftiollce to have been designated In
ter to Harlow- N. Hlgglnbatham,
eminent Chicago millionaire, de-
ding a deposit of $123,500 In cash
under tho penalty of having his resi
dence blown up. Tho officers depos
ited a bag of papers at the appointed
place, and secreted themselves. When
McDonald put In an appearance, he
was arre3ted. He Is hostile, and de
nies connection with the plot. This
la he third! attempt to hold up Higgln-botham.
lCIFIC coast japs
ANSWER THE CALL
ck to Portland and Will Sail
Native Land Next
ort'and Or., Oct. 22. Great nura- from Taconia October 2Sth, and the
rot Japanese are now coming from Beconu party rrom beaiuo on iso-
i Interior of Oregon and other near- ' . , . , '
according to tho Jananeee consul here.
states to answer the call for tho here b wnrsh, 0UtsIu0 0f the
reserves by the Japanese gov- three-mile limit, and escorted across
nent The first crowd will sail the ocean.
WILL BE MADE PUBLIC
lew ork, Oct. 22. Tho canvas of made public tomorrow. Vice-Chain
mnn Nlphol Rnlil tfulnv thnt Npw .!r.
doubtful states maJe by the Dem- Ml. . ; ,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,, ,
Itlc national committee will bo la safely Democratic.
osemont, Oct. 22. Judge Parker
afternoon delivered an addresB
Sthe tariff to six delegations of
pocratlc clubs from Now York.
crowd was full of ginger, and
Jnua'ly cheered the candidate. In
rgument Parker said the beneflts
he tariff accrue exclusively to tho
, Doston, Oct. 22, Tho report of ther
committee on the state of tho church
to tho Episcopal convention today
shows the total number of communl
cans now at SO-J.308 a gain of C0.C88
In tho lait three yoars. Thoro has
been an Increase of 12,226 in tho num-
a'ists, while the law provides no!er of confirmations, 115 clergymen
Ins for giving the worklngman his appolnred, 454 parishes and missions
Is Planned at the -Lewis and
Clark Fair at Portland
Convention Attended by Representative
Men From All Parts of the
The convention called by the coun
ty court of Marion county to take
steps for a proper exhibit rom this
county at tho Lewis and Clark fair
met ai tho court house at 10 o'clock
a. m. There wore about 40 persons
present, Including citizens from vari
ous parts of tho county.
Judge Scott and Commlss'onorS Mi
ley and Neodltam wore in atrondunce,
and Bho former stated tho object of and
cue meeting, juuge aeon said mo
people of Oregon had seen fit to hold
a world's fair at Portland, and were
offering $ 1000 for the best county ex
hibit. Aj Marlon county was tho larg
est agttcuUural county In tho state
and paid the largest state tax, next to
Multnomah, It was proper that an ef
fort be made to gain some lasting
benefit from that great exposition.
His remarks were heartily seconded
by Wm. Brown, P. N. Derby, E. Hofor,
E. M. .LaFore and others. As there
were many delegates to arrive on tho
IT a. m. train, an adjournment was
taken to tho city pollco court at 1:30
p. m., when the work of organization
was taken up Among tho delegates
from other parts of tho county are
Henry Snyder, of Aurora, J. H. Sottle-
mlre, Chas. I Bonncty, E- P. Morcoi
and W, L. Toozo of Woodburn.
John H, Scott was chosen chairman
and H. B. Thielsen, secretary.
There was an increased attend-
REPORT LOSSES HIGH
Probably Eighty Thousand Killed and
Wounded During the Fighting
on the Shakhe
anco, nnd a resolution was offered, en
dbrslng tho proposition.
The resolution recites that this con
vontlon of citizens and taxpajyors of
Marlon' county, assembled to consider
tho advl8abllty of preparing a dis
play for Marlon county at the l-owls
and Clark fair lnl905 heartily endorso
tho steps takon by tho county court
to secure such an exhibit of Industries
productions as shall creditably
represent tho counry. It recommond
ed an Immedlnto organization for tho
purpose of co-oporatlon with our coun
ty court to that end, and In a manner
thnt shall do Justice to tho whole
Tho resolutions favor 'such a tax or
appropriation as may bo necessary
to Install and maintain such an ex
J. W. Hunt oppojod the resolution,
nnd others spoko for it.
W. DJTcoze, J. N. Sml'h and oth-j
ers spoke, for tho' resolutioncreating
great enthusiasm, and It was unanl-1
St. Petersburg, Oct. 23. A Mukden
dispatch today gives the total in
killed and wounded' during tho battles
on Shakho river, on both sides, at
80,000 men, with tho Indications point
ing to a -speedy resumption of hostil
ities. Washington, Oct. 22. An ofllolal
Toklo dispatch to tho Jnpanese lega
tion this afternoon says that Marshal
Oyama reports an Investigation to
October 22d, shows tho Russian JoRs
os during the Shakho river engage
ments to bo 500 prisoners and: 10,550
bodies found. Tho trophlos woro 4G
guns, 7000 shells, 5000 rifles nnd 78,
000 rounds of ammunition. Tho total
Russian casualties aro cstlma'od nt
St, Petersburg, Oct, 22 Tho ndml
rallty has reversed tho Vladivostok
prizo court, and roleasod tho Htonmor
Home, Oct.,22. A telegram from To
klo to tho Ita'Ia Mllltalro reports tho
bombardmont of Port Arjliur from
Octobor 18th to 21st, Inclusive. Spies
report thnt tho Russians havo placed;
colossal mlnoi under tho Lino Tishan
forts, preparatory to destroying them.
Bhould thoro 4o Imminent danger of
tliolr falling Into tho hands of the
St. Petersburg, Out 22. All trnllle
on tho Slborlan railroad, except for
soldiers and ammunition la suspend
ed for six weeks. Flvo and sometimoj
six trains aro leaving dally with rein
forcements, nnd tho returning trains
aro bearing tho wounded in battlo on
tho Shahko river, who aro distributed
int iinlntR n'nnr- tlin linn (mm Tfnrhln
mously adopted. to IrlilUk A ,an)ntlon wa9 JS.
F.N .Derby moved that an executive mod todftJ. mobI1zlnK ,h0 t ln
committee of nine , bo created to take fco dgtrct8 of Wft W, K,eff
charge of tho exhibit, six merabors bo.lnml Mogcow
8iae9 ino coun:, io uo namea oy mo
St. Petersburg, Oct. 22. General
Sakharoff reports thnt tho Japanoso
precipitate!! rotreatod from Shakho
vlllago to tho south bank of tho
stores. Ho says: "Wo found ono or
our captured guns, but thoro waa no.
further scrloiu fighting. Tho total
numbor of guns captured from tho
Jnpaneso after tho battle of October,
Hth to ICth, Incluslvo, woro nlno flolil,
pieces and flvo mountain guns."
London, Oct, 22. A mossago from
Llao Yang says that both sides this,
morning aro preparing for another'
great battlo, which will undoubtedly
decide tho fato of Mukdon. Tho Jap-t
aneso havo received' 72 guns from
Port Arthur, which woro too small to
be of tio to tho boslcgors. (
St. Petersburg. Oct. 22. Tho Jap
anese light Hank rlcd. to advance you-,
tordny, but vas ropulsed. General
Kuiopatklu then ordorod hn advancor
but a torrlilo rain storm Bot in, turning,
tho road Into sous of mud, and the
advanco could not bo nccomplishod.
tondon, Oct, 22. Tho Exchangee,
Toleginph has a Home dispatch stat
ing thnt tlio Russian nmbnssnlor thero,
has boon Instructed to havo coal and'
provisions for tho Ilnltio fleet ready In.'
Novombor at Naples.
Berlin, Oct. 22. Prices on tho t
llourso declined todny on tho rumor
thnt tho llusjlaii Black Sen fleet
would iinss tho Dardnnolloa nnd no
company tho Baltic fleet to tho Far
court. Tho committee will bo an
After discussing omo details, and
nvnrAiiRlnnR at hnrmnwr nnil Inthil8l i
asm. the convention adjourned.
Shakho river yostcrday ovenlng, aban
doning their anna, ammunition and
Toklo, Oct. 22. It Is repored that
another gtent battlo Is Imminent In
which tho Japanoso will nssumo thoi
offensive with Shakho, river as tho lm
mediate objectlvo point.
London, Oct. 22. Tho Standard's'
Tal correspondent wires an follews:
"General Kuroparkln apponrs to bo
preparing to hold tho plain in front
of Mukden, Ho Is concentrating hla
troops and strengthening IiIh dofonso
works In throo llneH, tho first out,
along tho 8hnhko river, tho second
nlong tho Hn river, am) tho innormost
closo to Mukden,
(Continued on jingo o'ght.)
and the increase In wages aro
iroportldnato to the Increased cost
Visit the Phantom Chaser.
w Vork, Oct. 22. Five hundred
abors of tho Harlem Democritic
took the steamer Sagamore for
Eus to visit Judge Parker. They
(present Porker witu a set of on-
havo been started, and 287 church
.edlflces orected. Tho proposition to
appoint a presiding bishop was placed )
on tho calendar.
Chicago, Oct. 22. Wheat, Decern
bor, Jl.l65iUl.i5J4 j May, 11.13
Santiago. Chile, Oct. 22. A treaty of
peace between Chl'e and Bollva has
besigned, and the German Emperor
appointed as arbitrator In case of a
corn, 489e49; oas, 28t8
he Ctedit Btye
(ays For The Accomodation
Bid ho pays for tho credit extended to his neighbors. The only way to
Id paying goods that other peoplo bought ami filled to pay for Is to
rash at a cash store.
he New. York Racket
-s a strictly cash business. Not ono dollar's worth of goods out on
or approval. Every article that loaves tho store must bo paid for.
losses from ba 1 accounts to add to our prices. Our expense are
' light In proportion to the business we are doing.
the quantity of merchandise wo use enables us to buy at the lowest quan-
prices. That's why we undersell "regular stores."
For Better Marksmen.
Washington, Oct 22. A meeting of
the National board for tho Promotion
of Itlfle Practice was hold today at
the 'war department. In addition to
approving tho awards rondo at tho re
cent shoot for the national trophy at
Fort Itlley, tho mooting discussed eov
oral matters which it intonds to
bring before tho coming session of
congross. Those matters relato to
the plans of the board for tho porina
tlon of a national marksmen's ro
lorve. including the encouragement of
rifle practice in the state militia, in
military and other schools, and among
individuals. As a first step In this
direction tho board desires an appro
priation of 11,000,000 per annum for
flvn years to bo expended under tho
direction of thoseoretary of war for
the providing of ranges, their equip
ment and maintenance.
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not tell you all we want you to know about our storo Como horo and soo us. You'll And it trtio economy,
jy Goods, Shoes, Clothing, Underwear
EVERYTHING FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY
SALEM'S CHEAPEST ONE-PEICE CASH STOBE.
E. T. flARNES, PROPRIETOR
Weds Son of Captain Mahan,
New Vork, Oct. 22. A wedding of
note today was that of Miss Made
leine Johnson, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Davis Johnson, and Lyle Evans
Mahan. son of Captain Alfred T. Ma-
ban, U. 8. N. The ceremony took
place in Grace church in the presence
of an assemblage that Included many
persons of social prominence.
To Consecrate Bishop Coadjutor.
Boston, Oct. 22 Arrangement
havo been concluded for tho conse
cration tomorrow of Rev. Edward W.
Osborne as btsaop coadjutator of 'ho
diocese of Springfield. Ill The event
will be attended by many prominent
Mill II 3 Gowns
For children's and rnls08. In all
the now effocts and stylos in
bright, new outing flannels. Pcwl
tv ly the newest stock shown In
A Word About
Tbero are all kinds of Imitations
to this great process, in fast tome
merchants endeavor to substitute
a cheap cloth for tho genuine.
Goods called waterproof aro not
always "Cravoaettes.1 But "Oav
enettes" such as we sell are water
proof. We have the newest of
fee ts, S6 Inches wide.
Biggest Bargain Event in
This season's authorltatlvo styles
In tho most fashionable fabrics.
Real 128.00 to $26.00 valuon,
Ileal 30.00 to 136.00 values.
For Evening Wear
Silver, black spangles, point do
sprit, point gauze lace, etc. Note
beautiful styles in Liberty street
You Can Dress
Like a Gentleman
If yen woar our clothing. There Im
a certain stylo and eloKutuvo about
it not easily obtalnod elsewhere.
Our garments are made on xclon
tlllo principles, mado to fit tho hu
man form porfeotly. Go whero yon
may, you can't beat tie on quality,
stylo or prlco. Every tnsto and
purse wilt nn4 satisfaction horo.
$10 to $25
Tho kind for cool woathor. Worsted
golf glovoj. Wo show the largest
lino in this city, and are best val
ues to bo found. When 'round this
way see 'orn.
25c, 50c and 75c
FANCY SILK TESTS
Tho latert styled, botlr as to out
nnil color. You will be pleasod
with this lino.