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SALEM, OEEQON, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1904.
KATY FLYER WRECKED
NEAR PARSONS KANSAS
PURE WHISKY CAMPAIGN
TELL OF CITY'S PALL
Arthur About Ready to Capitulate
According to Latest
fov. 11. The Agenzia Libera
.spntch from Chcfoo, stating
eraenger from General Stoes-
rived at the Japancso head-
It is believed the purpose of
n is to ascertain what condl-
ynpanCJe would impose should
ian army at Port Arthur sur-
Nov. 11. Several reports
y-rivato nnd press sources are cur-
JSistaorning that Port Arthur has
dMXSO oincini connrmnuou nus
Recivcd, and Baron Hnyasclii
tEttF.ho has received no intimation
sucn.an event nns occurreu.
lispatch from Berlin quotes the
Ml! Anilcgcr as containing a similar
She paper says mat uenerai
vill evacuato the city today.
ov. 11. mo xokio corro-
of tin) newspaper Mosnggero
a report has reached there
'Arthur has eapitulnted.
Poland, Nov. 11. The
A'cd here today to bid the
RTp'arting for tho 'Far East God
iter a review of the troops
ijesty gave a lunch to a German
eingbam, Nov. 11. The Post
that the Japanese government
Sers the permission granted the
inTBaltis fleet to coal in neutral
lis nv serious breech of neutrality.
Tho Jnpaneso government has commu
nicated in strong terms with several
European governments in regard to tho
St. Petersburg, Nov. 11. General
Sakharoff today reported as follews:
"Sharp shooters on our right flank,
while reconuoitering during tho night,
pushed ns far im Sandepu, whore they
met a considerable force of (tho enemy,
who attacked them, nnd nttemptedto
drivo them out of Eathaltzi. Ilnssinn
reinforcements nppearcd, but tho Jap
"Walibington, Nov. 11. Tho Japanese
legation has received no news from To
klo regarding tho reported capitulntlon
of Port Arthur.
Mukden, Nov. 11. Russian bnttorici
yesterday shelled tho Japanese trenches
on tho right center, and the Japanese
battories responded. Tho Japanese con
tinue to show activity on tho left flnnk.
but there are no serious movements.
The- Russian soldier1 nro preparing dug
outs, nnd believe they1will winter in the
field. Warm clothing is being distrib
Entertained tno uins.
Chicago, Nov. 11. Herman Hans,
charged with embezzling $00,000 from
the Corn Exchange Nntionnl Bank, wan
arraigned this morning, and entered n
plea of guilty, and was sent to the pen
itentiary for six years. Haas was ox
trnditcd from Mexico some time ago.
Much of the money went for the enter
tainment of vaudovillo soubrettes.
Tender Left Track and Large Number
Were Killed and
Parsons, Kani., Nov. 11. The Mis
souri, Kansas & Texas flyer was wrecked
eight miles north, of this city this morn
ing, nnd every surgeon in tho city was
Tho tender suddenly jumped tho
track, derailing tho engine, which
turned bottomsido up. Tho first threo
cars jumped tho track nnd the other
six car wero damaged. Fireman Ter
rell was killed and a score were injured
Edward Manchester, traveling engin
eer of tho "Knty" system, was riding
in tho cab, and was badly hurt, ns was
Engineer Leidlck. N. Wilson, a pas
senger from Hillsboro, Texas, may die.
POUR WERE KILLED AND
HOUSE SET ON FIRE
Auburn, Cal., Nov. 11. Tho body
of Julius Weber, whose homo burned
last night, his wife, daughter, Bertha,
and ison, Earl; perishing in the flames,
was found in tho bathroom this morning
partly consumed. All signs point to
one of tho most ntrocious crimes in the
history of tho state. Mrs. Weber was
shot through tho heart, Bortha in tho
center of tho chest, and tho boy's head
was crushed in. Ono theory is thnt
Weber killed the family, and then him
self, nlthough ho was known to havo
been a devoted huiband nnd father.
Tho other theory is that robbory was
tho motivo of tho quadruple killing.
Weber was a capitalist and lonner of
largo sums of money. Ho had a safe in
tho house, but tho Rafo is too hot to
open to see if it was robbed. Tho hands
of Mrs. Wcbor nnd Bertha wero hold
nbovo their heads, indicating a posslblo
holdup, nnd it U thought thnt tho old
man was struck down from behind and
locked in tho bnthroom to preveut in
terference. Tho bullets used wero of
32-calibre, but ouly a 22-enlibro rifle
was found in tho house.
Washington, Nov. 11. Ono hundred
bottles of whisky, supposed to bo abso
lutely straight, hnvo been received by
tho bureau of chemistry of tho depart
ment of agriculture from tho bonded
wnrohouso ns samples with which fo be
gin experiments to dctermlno tho va
rious (pinlitics of intoxicants sold in
Tho bureau will receive nbout 50
more, nnd then tho work of collecting
snmplct of commercial whisky, such ns
is sold at bars, will bo begun.
Tho qualities of whiskies on tho
market is to bo investigated thorough
ly, a standard flxed nnd a report to
congress made, on which It is expected
a new law will bo based.
Judging from tho results of investi
gations nlrcady mado tho officer, of the
bureau of chemistry announce that
nearly 85 per cent of tho whisky now
on tho market is a compound liquor
mndo of various things thnt nro not
found in straight whiskies. Nearly all
of this is marked "Ryo" or " Bour
bon," when it might just as well bo
called liniment or a pntont medicine.
It litis been discovered by tho oxperts
thnt rectifiers aro in a mnjority of
cnscH using n.3 ndultorants alcohol, neu
tral spirits, cologne spirits, velvet spir
its, caramel nnd vnrlous kinds of burned
wood, nnnlino coloring mnttor and es
sential oils, certnln othors manufac
tured by chemists, artificial flavoring
matter, pruno julco nnd cheap sherry or
Pennsylvania state cheinUts has dis
covered that tho cheap whlskiett haver
been made of tho cheapest kind of nlco
liol, coloring mntter and capsicum and
Dr. Wiley and his nsslstnnts do not
assert that tho eontpauiid whisky is any
more Injurious thntl straight whtskyi.
Thero is no campaign being made
against compound whiskies, but Dr.
Wiley thinks it should bo lnbcleU just
what it is.
The packers and manufacturers of
various foodj'tuffs nro compelled to
print on tho Inbols of tlioir goods just
what tho compound contains, nnd ho
sees no reason why thero should bo nny
exceptlon mado in tho case of rectifiers.
EOPLE DIE PAST
IN WINDY CITY
XM. Nov. 11. Four men met
SaTinja. sudden manner in this city
prniB. Pye, n member of the firm
Sight, Nash & Co., prominent
propped dead at tho cntrnnco
anTThiclans, the head of n jew-
engraving establishment, expired
eufpred tho C olumbus Memorial
building, whoro his office was located.
Andrew Stnven, of Brandon, Manito
ba, was found dead in his hotel, nnd his
companion, Angus Taylor, of Pembrook,
Ontario, is unconscious ns n result of
William Anderson nn iron worker,
was killed instantly nnd John Kunklo
badly injured while erecting a bridgo
over the Western Indinnn railroad
tracks bv nn iron beam falling on him.
SAFE WITH TONGUE
Pueblo, -Colo., Nov. 11. Charles
Clark, oxpqrt, .accountant, at work upon
the county books as an nssistnnt to II.
E. Mulnix, performed n feat almost en
tirely with his tonguo, which mnrks him
ns n safo expert in addition to his tnl
cnt with figures.
The proprietors of n saloon on South
Union nvenuo lost tho combination to
their safe. They wero at n loss how
to open it for tho day's business. Mr.
CInrk happened to drop in on his wny
down town. Ho offered to open the safe,
takina.R noodle from his pocket, ho ap
plied ono end of it to tho disc of the
combination, whllo tho other rested
lightly ngninst tho tip of his tongue,
being hold by tho teeth. Slowly ho be
gnn to turn tho disc around, and within
a minuto tho tumlilors of the comblnn
tion fell into tlioir proper, places, and
tho safo wno opon.
MonTcomerv. W. Vn.. Nov. 11. Ed.
jjgpfwho shot and killed Sheriff
' jliliiP ycstcr,1a' witb hU brt"
rfrOcorgjwa still hiding in tho moun
alasJglffrSO armed men in pursuit.
Tip 'fiagKJhounds which were brought
ere falfeoUo take flie trail.
London, Nov. 11. A telegram from
St. Petersburg state tlmt Oonornl
OripiHinherg died suddenly as tho re
sult of an attack of appojdfxy. Ho
was recently appointed to commnnd the
second Mnnchurian armv, and was pre
paring to depnrt for the Tar Ksst
Kie Credit Buyzt
BSys For The Accomodation
ffiga pays for tho credit extended to his neighbors. Tho only way to
paying goods that other people bought and failed to pay for Is to
at a cash store.
e New York Racket
a strictly ca&h business. Not ono dollar's worth of goods out on
w approval. Every article that leaves the store must bo paKWor.
mea from bal accounts to add to our prises. Our expenses are
sjht In proportion to the business wo aro doing.
SuanUty of merchandise vo use enables us to buy at tho lowest quan-
s. That's why we undersell "regular stores.
Goods, Shoes, Clothing;, Underwear
Washington, Nov. 11. Tho quostlon
of changing the tariff in the Philippines
on goods imported from other countries
than tho Unitod Stntos was disoussed at
the cabinet mooting today. Secretary
Taft favorod giving full power to the
Philippino commission to make bucIi
changes as nro necesiMiry for tho well
being of tho islands, to which tho Pres
ident and other mombers ngreed," and
Itoosovolt will make suoh a recommen
dation to congress.
IYTHING FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY
SALEM'S CHEAPEST ONE-PBIOE CASH STOBE.
E. T. BARNES, PROPRIETOR
Berlin, Nov. 11. It is announeed
that K inperor William has deeidod
hereafter to dm tho pardoning jwwer
liberally in easat of lose mnjeeta. This
is a radical departure from the previous
practice, it liai iteen proetienny un
known for tbe emperor to jwrdon k tar
son convicted of this offonso.
It is mow stated that he Intend to
pardon almost without exception whu
tba offender is shown te belong to the
uneducated elasos, or to be ineapable
of weighing the eonwquense of it hasty
word. Also offenses eamniittad dur
ing drttakeaaeas, or while in an oxitl
condition readying deliberation im
poMihle, will constitute the 1H for
Sleek Swindlers Caught.
Sacramento, Cal., Nr. 11. Tw jo
J1c kave is eoto4y fetir mm wbe are
UliTd to kave lien operating a y
tw of swimllM acrHHi the country.
Ckek wre fstisd in their )iaeuwiiiia
v tt NatUwaS lianl:, of Deaaisoc,
Taxas; th Soutbera Calif nila IWak
of Saving and tbe Cmuidlan Saving
Bank. T1im wre far umvtinU ranging
from $1000 to HO0, ImjI blank ebaeks
on away iaatitattona in Califaraia, UUb
aad Colorado, a well as 1bV diraetor
jm and other matter, were aUo foua-l
Tl' ir.o were atUnntmg tn tet e
lracgr v.k n fptur- an I wte foa
rtctety ei if i w'5 jpwiig J' f
Springfield, III., Nov. 11. .lames Me
(lee and Antona MurBHt, two iiiiiuth,
were instuntly killed by mi exploHlon
early tlilti morning in tho new 1'eabody
iiiiue, ttoiith of thin olty. Pive other
men wero imprisoned by the axploslon,
but weru rasciKxl.
Oomol, nnssin, Nov. 11. Tho tostN
mony in tho trial of tho persona
charged with being renpontdblo for tho,
rioting of Soptombor 1- 1003, tends
to Bhow that Sheriff Borlnhoff prov'cntoil
tho police from llrJng on tho GhrlBtlnjv
rioters and thnt ho ordered tho nrrosfc
of the Jews who wero defending their'
AUTOMOtJlLtS PCS I KOVCU
BY GASOLINE EXPLOSION'
Buffalo, N. Y., Nov. 11. An explo
nion of gimollno in tho Poison nutqmo
bilo htniitlon early this morning result
ed in tho serioivi injury of four men,
and caused a flro which ruined 17 auto
mobiles. Hovernl cluniffoures and auto
molrtlo owners barely " curnpcilwlth
their lives. Threo of tho wounded woro
UNITED STATES HAS
THREE HUNDRED WARSHIPS
Washington, Nov. 11. Tho nnminl
report of Chief Constructor C'npps, of
tho bureau of construction, was pub
lished today. It shows tho total
strength of tho navy to be 387 vessels:
including those under construction' or
authorised. Of this number 'J05 aro
now fit for service. Tho bureau is em
barrassed by lack of docking facilities.
President Sots Date.
Washington, Nov. 10. President
Ittiokevelt has promised to attend the J
I.oiiislini Purchase Kxpuiitlon ou Sat
urday, Novomber 2lth. He made this
prorateo last night to a committee from
St. Units, hondod by Mayor Welln, who
tame to Washington especially for the
piirpotiti of inviting him to visit tho
fair. Tho probability is that the Presi
dent may remain in Ht. Louis until the
night of Sunday, November S7th.
Corbin In Philippines.
.Manila, Nov. 11. Majiir-OenersI
i orbiii, tha newly-apMiliitNi eoimtmruUr I
. i tha PhilippintNi, arrival today on J
ih. htaawer Mungolia. Ha was Met by(
( nwal WimhI mid staff, and ewortwl to
tin batitaarters, wbar a salute was
fln-d. Coibia said that ItWNWvelt's
rlrctloa wtwld put, a stop to the lnde
.. i i . ii .
I)avar, Nov. 11. U. II. PairUy, !
publican state shatrtNaa has abaadonad
his eiaim that Ooveraor J. II. I'twbody
bad tmn re-alaeteil, ami tha governor
hiaiMlf eo4ltd bis defeat. Adams'
majority over I'twbody ia the eity and
county of Danver is 8070, and in tba sa
tire state about S600.
Maryland Is Close,
Baltimore, Nov. 11. Oh-third of tbe
Si eoauties In the state are Mt yat
rouBtcxi, and probably it will t Mon
day baforo all tbe figure are in. So
far l.svelt's plurality kaaftf sbout
1 00 ahead. The smn! batag vary
cloaaiy watehed, aad lth iJs slaiw v
lvosaiola, '-v. 11 -The rruiwr o
l ,u. ia, wbtrh went aground sear br
us' p gbt was floated today, uninjured.
At Greatly Reduced Pukes
TAIJLB 8ETB consisting of cloths HxlO and bxli with border
all way round Napkins to matrh largest variety to bo
found $4.50 to 913.50
LUNCH CLOTHS, plain Satin Damask, -iMli 1,10
Plain Homstitelied Matin imniusK, iunu X..ii
rnney HemstltehiHl 1'lgured Damask, 41545
BROKEN SETa AND ODD LENOTHS AT ALM08T IIALr
AT LESS PItlCE
ov'H your opportunity to Meure
a stylish tmasomthlu Jaobot at a
fraetlau of tba former priaa. All
are of this saaaen'g stylt, wad? up
in popnlar sBatarfabt
D.H5 valaas, how $ C.OB
7.S0 vnlnas, naw 0.26
8.H5 valuM, mw 0-08
10.00 valuat, nw 8.80
1U.IW valuas, now 10.80
ia.50 valuas ww 11.06
14.00 vBluaa, new 11.86
20.00 value, nw .......... . 10.85
Bonnet and Cie
iold Everywhere at 11.00
All tho naw, desirable ami arthtla
effeata in men's elotlilllg is rajira
,nted hare in it grunt variety of
colors. You'll not get ueh alathes
anywbern elsa but In this ere.
QUALITY is to bo found in ev
ery garment from
$J0 to $25
Shoea That Oive BatiafaoUaa
Queeen Qcallty and
$3 and $3.50
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