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SALEM, OKEQON, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1004
Ni 'A m Wyr m ' a W TT V "" T Tfe. "T, T A " Mm
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MAKES THREE DEMANDS
HEAD-ON COLLISION ON
SEATTLE TROLLEY LINE
Cars Collided in a Heayy Fog and Over
1 r a 1
issia Must Make Immediate Apology
Pay the Damages and Punish
Rondon, Oct. 2u.lt is now under.
Ll tlmt England's note to Itussta
ftnlned three demands: An apology
the Russian government, adequate
bpensation for 'damages inflicted.
immediate inquiry by the St.
(ersburg authorities to ascertain who
guilty officers are, and to impose
bishment on them.
London, Oct. 23. It is stated this
rning that the situation growing out
I the Xorth Sea incident has already
n ndjustcd in principle, Russia has
ecd to make every amend within
son. She desires, however, to mal:o
lull report. Premier Balfour arrived
London early this morning, mid hur-
to the office, whero ho answered
(grains, which nan couecieu. no
Iferrcd with Lord Lansdowne, nnd a
lie later drove to Buckingham Pol
where he had an audience with
ag Edward. After the visit, the king
for Xcwmnrket. The latter fnct
fientes that the crisis hns passed the
Ite stage, as otherwise he would havo
Lined in London. An immense
(1 gathered at the Liverpool station
tailo his majesty farewell. They
ore 1 wildly, and shouted "Good Old
My," ns the train pulled out. To
Rg repmtedly doffed his hat in. nc-
sired a pretext for n recall from its haz
ardous journey to the Far East.
St. Petersburg,' Oct. 2o. General
Kuropntkin reports that yesterday
passed quietly at Shakhe river.
Cherbourg, Oct. 25. The Russian
warships in tho offing have received
scaled orders, to be opened three miles
out at sea. The orders contain instruc
tions as to their course.
a bcorte were
London, Oct. 25. Queen Aleandrin
sent to tho mayor of Hull 100
lands for the widows and children of
fishermen "who lost their lives in
lo recent disaster." Her majesty nsks
i the message for the progress of tho
St. Petersburg, Oct. 23. It is learned
that Admiral Von Voelkerskam com
manded that part of the Baltic squad'
ron which fired on the British fishing
London, Oct. 25. fount Ttaneken-i
dorff, the Russian ambassador, returned
to London last night from celebrating
his sliver wedding with his wifo's rel
atives in Silesia, nnd barely csenped
assault from a crowd at tho Yictpria
stationo, which followed him Iilmost
into the embassy. Fortunately for tho
issue of peneo or war, nothing resulted;
yet, throughout the night, a special
force of polico was compelled to guard
tliu Russian embassy.
Vigo, Spain, Oct. 25. Five Russian
war vessels have arrived here, and four
others havo reached Arosa. They are
waiting for tho nrrivnl of tho Baltic
Spanish war vessels have left Ferrel
for Estapa nnd Arosa tn preserve the
car tried to mako the net switch, and
both were running lit tho rnto of 30
milosj nn hoar. A. Cole, n r-eal estate
man, was fatally injured. Motorman
PM1 11.IMI 1..1... Tl.-t.- 1 1 --
, ii i 'i'""1 " 'iiii i i'ij pyie, iiuiuimnsier
.uv .IO m u- n.ifi on a hwiicii nan , 1)aV0i Sullivan, F. D. Cleaver, John
n mile beyond where tho accident oc K'olelle, W. F. Boyd and two Wagner
currcd. The outbound car was 10 lain fjirls were severely Injured, nnd a mini
utes late in starting, ifnd the Inbound tier of others wero slightly hurt.
Senttle, Oct. 23. A head-on collision
in a dense fog occurred on the Seattlo
Renton trolley lino this morning. '
The nccident occurred nt 8:40 o'clock
Of the Trans Mississippi Commercial
Congress in Session at
St. Louis, Oct. 23. Tho Trans- irrigation, rivers, waterways nnd has
Mississippi Commorolal Congress began l)or, isthmian canal, merchant mating
its 16th annual session hero this morn- ir.aa w,h tho 0riont' eomulnr t
vice, traiio with .Mexico, preservntK-ia
lug in the hall of congress nt tho
St. etersburc. Oct. 25. Tho Xovoo
remya referring to the Xorth Sea nf
ar todav, says: "It was our own
wit, and every means should bo taken
repair the injury."
Brest. France, Oct. 25. Tho Russian
torpedo" boat "destroyers and n transport
passed Ushant today, steering west.
St. .Petersburg, Oct. 25. Tho Cznr
today telegraphed King Edward ex
pressing deep regret at whnt occurred
In tho North Sea, and extended his
sympathy with tho families of those
killed and wounded.
Hull, Oct. 25. Tho Trnwler Cull, one
Riiu FrHni'iseo, (let 'J." A -nop
claiming to be Lieut. Granvillo Fortes
cue, of the 10th United States cavalry:
anil a nephew of President Rooscvolty
wns arrested in tho tenderloin district
last night for disturbing tho peace. "Ho"
had been making tho rounds of tho rest
tnurnuts and drinking freely. After
leaving tho Poodle Dog restaurant lift
became noisy, attracting a crowd of
several hundred. Tho pollcoman or
dered him to bo quiet or to go to jail.
"Take me to jail if you want to. I am
not doing anything wrong," said tho
high flyer. Then ho told the policeman
that President Roosevelt was his uncle.,
Continuing Imistrotis a policeman flnnb
ly called a wagon ifhd the man wni
taken to thy station, but was released
on $10 bail. Earlier in tho evening ho)
had a fight with a hackman, in which
tho hackmnn was badly worsted. Lleui
tenant Fortescuo arrived from tho Ori
London, Oct. 25. Count Beckendorff,
Russian minister, had a conferenco
tli Lord Lansdowne, nt thevlatter's 0f tho fishing vessels fired on by the
Bne this morning. Premier Balfour
Is also present. It wns held at the
reign secretary's to avoid the chances
a hostile demonstration against tho
gt. Petersburg, Oct. 25. Tho Brit-
ambassador will bo received this nf-
Binon bv Foreign Minister Lamsdorff
will present his instructions. This
rning C'nptuin Calthorpe, British
ral attache, accompanied by Am.
fc-ador Chasseur, both in full unl
Russians, nrrived today. Three mem
bers of tho crew wore seriously injured
by tho Russian fire.
Tokio, Oct. 25. Tho total Japanese
casualties in tho engagements around
Shahke, up to today, aro 15,S50 killed
To Test Panama Canal Law. '
Washington, Oct. 25. tho case of
Warren B. Wilson, of Hinsdale, III.,
against Secretary of tho Treasury
Shaw, which was culled for hearing to
day in tho supremo court of tho Dis
trict of Columbia, bus attracted keon
attention from tho fact that it involves
tho constitutionality of tho Spooncr
act for tho construction of tho Panama
canal, and in fact, tho entiro proceed
ings of tho United States in tho pur
ehaso of tho cannl nnd tho work upon
its const ruction. Tho suit is for tho
from paying out nuy money
Pueblo, Colo., Oct. 25.-Charles Do
ninlll, former editor of tho Italian pa
per Lavatore, tho official organ of tho
United Mine AVorkers, was sentenced by
tho federal court today to two years'
imprisonment for sending olisjjnno mat
ter through tho mail. Tho specific ar
ticlo wiir one attacking tho character
of Mrs. Lionel Ross Anthony, editor, of
the "Polly Pry" nmgni-ino. of Donvor,
which opposed tho coal strike.
St. Louis, Oct. 25.-Vihitors at the
fair '"were surprised this afternoon by
tho sudden nppearanco of tho airship of
T. O. Baldwin, of Los Angeles, floating
over the transportation building, at tho
height of 1000 feet. On its courso from
tho aeronautic grounds to tho iiiain part
of tho exposition, a distance, of about n
mile, it wan greeted by continual cheer
ing by thousands of people.
of forests, exports and imports thrccgrA
worm's lairgrounus. Thomas J.icnarii- t,lf , Pnclflo .iortfi, eneoumgemeafc
son, of Portland, Oregon, chairman of of homo manufacture, department of
tho executive committee, called tho mines and mining, trade with Cmtttdn
meeting to order.- Addresses of wel- and Alaska, good ronds and drainage-,
eomo were mndo by Governor Doekery, sugar Industry, etc. Tho congress wSJa
Mayor Wells, President Francis and bo addrcsso.il by a number of person
were responded to by vice-presidents of of wide public, prominence.
tho congress, representing the states and
territories. President R. C. Kearns, of
the congress, delivered an address. The
Madmen at tho Front.
London, Oct. 25. Tho Moscow prvsi
afternoon speakers nro Jnincs R. flnr- continues to publish pninful stories of
field, of Ohio; Alaxonder Bevell, of lunacy nnd mania nt tho front. Tn
Chicngoj Col. Fred W. Fleming, of Kan- Slrblrsky Vlestnlk prints the follewing:
sas City, who spoko on "General Pro- story of a soldier driven mnd by huc-
tcction Against Floods, ' tot'.
' "Into tho Tomsk municipal hospital
is carried a wounded man nf middle
age. lie is covered with knifo wonndV
'one Tn tho chest, nnothur in tho tudr-.
and two in the stomach, tho latter no
deep that his internal organs nro visi
ble. Paying no attention to his in
juries, ho continues to relate triumph
antly how ho hns destroyed n whole
Japanese corps. Another lnndmntr
thinks he Is tho Czar, mid ho stov
decorations of tinfoil on his keeper.
During tho earlier fighting around
Llnoyang, two lunatics escaped nnJ
wont over to tho Japanese. They worr-
sent back next morning under tho white
St. Louis, Oct. 95. Two thousand
eminent representatives of tho pro
gressive spirit of tho great West filled
Festival hall this morning at tho open
ing df tho fifteenth unnunl session of
tho Trans-Mississippi Commercial con
gress. Among those present were lead
ing miiienwnors, lumbermen, morehaiits,
agriculturalists, railroad magnates
and othor representatives of tho groat
industries of tho region beyond tho
Mississippi. There wero also in attend
ance from Washington city n number
of representatives of tho forestry, com
merce nnd labor and other departments .. ,
ui nu iiiiiiiiiiui guvuriiiiiuu.i
Tho opening proceedings todny wero
largely of n formal nature, Tho visit-
Tarker Howls for Money.
Now York, Oct. 25. A dispatch to
urs wero formally welcomed by Presl-. the Herald from Hartford, says:
Dartmouth's Now Hall,
Hanover, N. H., Oct. 25.-.Arrlviug
trains today brought scores
and friends of Dartmouth coll
every part of tho country. They como
to attend tho ceremonies Incident to
tho visit of tho Karl of Dartmouth,
dent Frnncis and by the chiefs of tho
agricultural, forestry and other depart
ments of tho world's fair. Tho usual
responses nnd appointment of commit
tees took up the remainder of tho ini
tial session. At tho suhs6qucnt sessions
of tho congress, which nro to contlnuo
prominent Democratic loader nt Ude-
"'If wo can got .1G(),000, and gut
It quick, wn havo ' u chnnco to sarc
Connecticut for Parker. Unless wo enrf'
get nt least that sum, 1 fear yro ant
beaten. Ah the stato stands today
until the end of tho week, thero will Connecticut Is for Roosevelt by 10,-
bo pnpers and discussions dealing with 000.' "
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- .. ,,. and tho laying of tho cornerstone of
urpoco of provonting Secrottiry Shaw .,'.. . . . . , , .
... , .. new Dartmouth hall, which is to take1
rom paying out nuy money for the ,, , ....,, .,,,,,, I
the pluc.o pf the historic old building,
Delmar Broke Record.
Memphis, Oct. 25. Major Delmar,-
owned by E. E. Smathers, of Xew York,
nnd driven by Alta, McDonald, otnb-
rn, proceeded to tho Russian admi-.lished a now world's record for unpaccd
trottors at tho Memphis Driving Park
yosterday, when ho oirrfcd tho trnck in
2:01i. Tho previous mark wns 2-01-K,
Sy otlice. nml formally notified the
ister of marine that a British fish-
fleet may be found on the Spanish
st, which is interpreted as a strong held jointly by Mnjor Delmar nnd Lou
It. The formal report of Admiral Dillon. Today's performance was
lestvensky is expected to bo filed on
f' arrival of the flogsfiip nt Vigo,
Iklo, Oct. 25,-The Fiji Shiinpo, the
paper commenting on the Xorth
jSSIinciJent. sucL'ests that the Russian
cheered by n largo crowd, and horse
men generally woro of tho opinion that
had the weather conditions been more
favorable, the son of Delmar would
havo mndo ovon a lower mark. A cold
wind was blowing up tho stretch, which
materially lessened tho speed of the
jadron, in firing on tho trawlers, de- horse in tho final effort for the wire.
The Credit Btye
ays For The Accomodation
Lnd he pays for tho credit extended to his nolghbors. The only way to
fid paying goods that other peoplo bought and failed to pay for Js to
casn at a cash kluru.
"he New York Racket
toes a strictly cash business. Not one dollars worth of goods out on
dit or approval. Every artlolo that leave the store mutt bo paid' for.
losses from ba-1 accounts to odd to our prices. Our expenses are
f Hsht In proportion to the business we are doing.
he quantity of merchandise we use enables us to buy at the lowest quan-
f prices. That's why wo undersell "regular stores."
...milt nmtimi tf tlin (.mull fit- nf !ttiitiw-
, . , . .i .i wlilch whs destroyed by lire last spring,
bouds for money to contlnuo tho con- ,. .f, . ' . , .
.The program will bo inaugurated to
st puntlnn 1 " "
Ti , . , , .. .,., ., .night with tho celebration of "Dart
It is assorted in tho potltlou that " ,. , ... ., ,. , I
. . ,,. ., , , mouiii iNigiii," in which mo r.ari .
t is unconstitutional and ,,.,.., ,m
, T, ., will bo the- guest of honor. Tho cor
in Panama nnd tho . .7
tho Spooner ac
United States; that oven if it wero a
valid and logal enaotmont, its terms
and conditions havo not been complied
with nnd do not purport to nuthorito
tho payments that aro now being made;
that tho payments being inudo aro un
authorized and un warrant ol, violating
ner stone laying proper taken place to
morrow. In tho evening the exercises
will be brought tn a close with a ban
quet, ut which tho guests will include,
bosides tho Karl of Dartmouth, His;
lixcelleiioy Sir Mgrtimor Durand, thq
Ilritish ambnHMiiliir; Jnmim Tirycu, M.
P.; President Kliot, nf Harvard 1111U
4)... .mlut.na -. 41. a onnotUiitLn .
11117 HU(in(Ulia Kit MIU VUllDklllHIVIII In si 1 M t 1
, , ; A . it . t 11 1 versify, and othqr persons of wide
whieh stato that no money shall bo ,
. . .. . . promlnonno.
drawn from tho trensury exoept upon '
appropriations mndo by law. Michigan Equal Suffragists.
Jackson. Mleh.. Oat. 83 Dolecates
Told Inside History. . frofI lnany jmrU o li( ,. nro ,0r I
New York, Oct. 25,-In the Hearst fnr (,,0 twi.n,luni anmml convention'
hearing bofors tho inter stntc com- f lUo jfieliKall j-,,,mi. Suffrage assooi
meree coinmissio.i today, Oeorgo Morry ' Mtiolli y,Mo), will be In besslmi in tho
weather, n wholesjilo coal dealer of Cli.-iJflrilt i.raf,,ytrlaii chureh dTirlng tho
cago, and a representative of Cox Bros.. M1 ow lUtyg T(l6 onvmltn tllU
m.uers. testified that he was chairman y(mf , 0fl)(.oil,iy ,10tabIo for the num.
of the commiwin of railroad ngonts in w nf J)r0ll,itMMIt ,,rtifllpiits, umoiig'
(hiciigo, which mot monthly and arbi!UlP(H ,,,,;,, ov (.nr0,0 Bartlett
trsrlly fixed the price of oonl. Ho hold ,,.. , unlll.,,, u-,u..i nml .iihnr'
' utnHV- WM ... i-'t-.u .-.- ........ .
prewrtire was Krouglit to fear to compel (mM u), 1(NM1)IK ,,!, 0f the '
tho ueaisrs w mamiain ihii raies on M,,owl, ulw,flaton.
lay Goods, Shoes. Clottmi:, Underwear
iHinpa, uot. 'inr opanlsli ship
Sn Juan, Ost. 46,-Forty passengers ()nUne()a wl!oh arrvw t(,day report
,1 crew of tho steamship Kelvin, 'the ,((H ()f th& atoamil-t p Massaehuwtts
was abandoned in the
17 tulles eff the old Bahama
Our IDPtli Wednesday special H'lle. For this day wo have provided for
our traveling wonts by offering for today's soiling n good grailo leather
bug. Imitation alligator, good lock and eiUeJlitf, eleth lined, full rlvite-C
throughout, -ortfollo, ute, Tho supply Is limited. You'd better bo uirfy.
open wa two days after It left Nw jn,, hlp was bound for Kngland to New
York, on Oetober 5th, were reamed by 0rl-M lljn(f jt ,, not known whether
the .M-hooner Cordelia Hay. They .. er,w wfllt;it.VB,i
suffered hardships for li
4ys in open
Bob Dank Manager.
Winnipeg, Oct, 8S. Highwaymen
today held up the manager and elerks
of the Hamilton branch bank near 1,'htm
EVERYTHING FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY
SALEM'S CHEAPEST ONE-PEICE CASH STORE.
E. T. BARNES, PROPRIETOR
Roosevelt Is Rite,
Hua, Mas, Qst. Sf The Jour
Ml publishes remits of a tolegTaplile (lo-Ie. u at ,,.. wno w,,. e0nov
evaM of the Republlean state eom- 8000 aW)ther ,,rane!)f tooV,
mittees of the efluntr, and j.redlets ttm, (0 Ngrl)
juteseveii win mrv ni ivaai an ik keta
Utral voles. ' ,
-o PostmasUr Vsncott Dead,
Another Large Tixe. Xew York, I'estmaster Cornelius Van.
Tr, Ohio, Oet. 35. A onJ large eett died at 3M o'el-vek this afternoon.
fir broke eat here last piglit and de He was strieken In his ofllee yesterday
tr..Ti an enure bWk ef btuwnsM with aruta iadigestloa, ami it sensed
bouse. Tte loss is I150.OCO. n attack of heart failure.
Vow wool suitings of the newest
weaves and colorings, just right tut
Ileal U0. 41.0.1 and $8.00 values,
. $1.38 yd.
The swelled evening garments
shown in this city. Made up with
liver anil black spanglos. Point do
sprit, Point Oauze, eta. See Liber
ty street display. '
Autumn and winter ralu iUum
will treat all alike, aeeordlug to
precedent. According to our prece
dent, wo hare some noteworthy um
brella offerings, that seem to have
Kinio fitness just now uniting which
we might mention a new lino o( col
ored iimbrollao, wlilsh have just ar
rived. Hotter see this line.
You young men who euro nliiioet
mora for stylo than quality far
rlothos, will find our
Hart Schaffner & Marx
'Varsity suits tho thing yon art)
looking for. And you'll get tin
quality with tho stylo) olntho tlmt
not only look well when you first get
them, but nfter you've worn them
awhile. They're tailored right.
$10 to $25
Nowhere elso will you And sueli n
fine assortment of now style coaf-r
far the litlo folks. Wo havo thorn Ii
all desfrabln eolors and materials,
from flannels to crushod velvota.
A great special in our ribbon do '
partment Is In progrsss. You need,
somo neek ribbons.
26 and .15e values.
' ' Just Received
By express, another shipment of the newest effects and styles in
Suits, Covert Jackets, Tourist Coats