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SALEM, OEEdON, MONDAY, JULY 31, 1005.
eniperature Drops 29 De-
gres ana tnunxs 01
iTle Dalles, Or., July 81. A midden
L la temperature, bringing wun u
fMrero hailstorm, accompanied -with
Udcr, swept suddoniy ovor tiio city
taitv afternoon. Tno storm was
forth unexpected, nnd nf tor tho drop
fiemoeratttro hod occurred tho thor-
Leter again took a jump, and tho
at was almost as oppressive us be-
i ilr had been a warm one. About
wiotk tho tompcraturo began to
L nd ranidly receded from 04 do
tes to 65 degrocs, a drop of 20 do-
i occurring In 12 minutes. Heavy
5(3j came up from tho southwest nnd
lecomnnniod by conaidorablo
.n.l. but no lightning. A hailstorm
lowed of a peculiar naturo. Small,
leimhr chunks of ice, differing entire-
from tho regular stonoo, pourod from
mrin? tho timo tho hail fell littlo
!frMiii was obsorved In tompora-
fe. Tho storm poesod rapidly ovor
river. Thoso who had witnessed It
so tbovo tho city described its ap
irinffl as in tho form of n. whito
ft of crcat dimensions moving ovor
It ground. As a result of otmosphcr
conditions n thunder storm too place
r hit night.
outiiern Cities a Unit in
Thier Efforts to Control
pukson, Miss., July 31. Tho stato
iuil of health lms issued ordors to ov-
town iu tlio stut o to nppolnt hoalth
Beers, with power to issuo health cor-
petes. Itcports from Lumborton to-
j stated that no now infection- had
Mobile, Aln July 31. Although
governor has not issued a proclnmn-
la of quaruntino against Louisiana,
i officers aro enforcing it.
pew Orleans, July 31. Twolvo casos
yellow fever woro roportod up to
fin today, but no deaths. Mississippi
IU refuses to allow any person to
a into that state from Now Orleans
Ibout a health certificate.
Balloon Falls on tho Palace.
'ui, July 31. Tho ooronaut Sau
te sod a fellow nnssencrcr narrowly
:ped death this af tornoon, whom tho
iocn fell. It landod on the roof of
grand palaco of fino arts, breaking
me glass. Tito unsKot saveu
A Shameful Story Told of
Europe's Worst and Low
- Paris, July 31. Throughout the
czar's empiro "grand duko" and
"profligato" havo long boon synono
mous terms. To tell a Hussion thnt
ho-is "no better than a grand duko"
is tho greatest posslblo roproach
ngatnst his moral character.
Porhaps Iho most notorious nnd
profligato of nil tho Russian grand
dukes is tho Grand Duko Boris, who
shocked Newport society on tho occa
sion of his visit thcro a couplo of
years ago, and lator was rccnllod from
tho army in Manchuria on account of
his notorious escapades. Tho ovil rep
utation of Grnnd-Duko Boris hns not
boon lossonod by tho terribly tragic
death of Mllo. Anastasln Mazouroff,
tho youngost daughter of a woll known
lawyer and acknowledged to bo tho
most boautlful girl in Kazan. Dosplto
tho rigorous measures taken by tho
Russian authorities to provont tho
mattor becoming public tho particu
lars of tho sad affair havo just ap
poarod in several of tho Paris news
papers. For somo months past, so the story
goes,' Mile. Mazonroff caused her
friends groat nnxiety by her peculiar
fits of melancholy nnd nervous de
pression. For wooks at a timo she re
mained in tho houso, steadfastly ro
fusing tho dozons of invitations sho
rcooivod to dances nnd parties; A
week ago, however, her paronts pro
vailod upon hor to accompany them
to a gnrdon party given by tho gov
ernor of tho city.' Here sho displayod
unwonted animation, and throughout
tho afternoon was tho center of a
largo crowd of admirers.
Returning home, Mllo. Mazouroff
retired at onco to hor bedroom, but
on tho morning following her maid
was unablo to obtain a reply whon sho
knockod at hor mistress' door. In a
stato of fronzy M. Mazouroff broko
into his daughter's room. Thoro ho
found tho young girl, clad in a bluo
polgnoir, lying back in a chair be
fore hor looking glass. Thero was a
bullot wound in hor tcmplo nnd a toy
rovolvor lay by hor sldo. Stuck in
tho looking glaBS was an nntogrnphod
portrait of Grand Duko Boris, and bo.
sldo it lay a lottor in tho dead girl's
handwriting addressed to tho Grand
Duko Vladlmitf'a proflignto son.
"What tho letter contalnod has not
transplrod, but grand ducal influonco
has boen brought to bear on M. Maz
ouroff, who, with his family, has loft
Strlko Is Spreading.
Warsaw, Poland, July 31. Ton thou
sand workmen aro idle on account of
tho striko movement, which is spread
ing dally. Conflicts nro frequented
with tho troops. Two largo iron works
are closed down.
ttst Received Di
rect From theFac-
The most complete line of
er shown in the city. The new "Pad Front" stylo produce the , prop
w straight front effect- so mueh desired by stylish dressers. The YMW
"P" fastener is tho only satisfactory fastener on tho market.
pi't find them on any other mako of hosp supporter.
, Vm'U .a ., pric ,,ght on .Terr IM. In ,'.
Mthoh of ballot.. nt,!o to nndeilftU "regoLr tor...
This Is All the Sound Skin
Left on Hallet, a Victim ..
of the Bennington
San Diego, July 31.-0. II. Hnllctt,
of Bnkorsflold, Cal., died this m rnlng,
ranking tho'CGth victim of tho Ben
nington explosion. Six others nro in
a serious condition, tho, worst boing F.
J. Muller. llallett was an awful suffer
er. Ho was so badly burned that ho
hud nut eight square luches of sound
Bnkorsfleld, Cal., July 31. Harry
Hallctt, tho marine on tho Bennington,
who died at San Diego this morning,
wroto n letter six months ago to a
frlond hero, saying: "You need not
bo surprised at any timo to hear of mo
bolng blown 200 feet in tho air. This
old tub's boilers aro on tho bum, but if
any of us say a word wo aro told to
Bhut our mouths, or wo will bo put in
Dakota Will Fill tho Drydock.
Seattle, Wash., July 31. Tho steam
ship Dakota will completely fill' tho big
drydock at thoPuge$ Sound navy yard
when sho is raised from the water to
permit of an examination of hor dam
aged port tall shaft. The Dakota is to
go to Bromorton Wodncsday, and will
bo in tho dock until ropairs aro mado.
Tho Dakota is 630 foot ovor nil, and
has a 73-foot beam. Tho drydock s
050 feet in length nt tho top, nnd C07
Sleeps Over New York, Kills
'five Bathers, and Does
New York, 'July 31. During a thun
dor storm of terrific intensity which
passed over Now York yestorday of tor
noon flvo persons wcro struck by light
ning and instantly kdllod, and nino
wero soriously injured nt tho Parkway
Baths, Conoy Island. At tho same time
ono( man was killed ami throe others
prostrated at Gravesend Beach.
Tho intenso heat of tho morning at
tracted n great multdtudo to tho shoro
resorts, nnd lato in tho afternoon tho
storm blow up from tho westward, tho
park and beach woro throngod with
bathers and spoctntorB. Tho rain do
Bcomiod in torronta and hundreds of
mon, women and children sought shel
ter undor tho big bathhouso, which is
elevated above the sand on- p!lM,
Tho lightning was incessant and ter
rific thundor claps shook the bathhouso,
to iho terror of tho crowd huddlod to
gether beneath it.
A fow minutes before 6 o'clock a
bolt strug tho flagstaff and groundod
in tho verV thickest of tho crowd,
Nearly 50 persons woro prostrated, and
tho crowd rushod out into tho storm.
Thoso who had remained, 'n no water
woro also panic striken, and mn in all
directions, not daring to enter tho bath
houso, which appeared to bo on fire.
Ambulances woro summonod from nil
tho nearest hospitals, and on tholr ar
rival flvo persons woto found dead and
Heavy Downpour Floods Res'
ervoirs and Carries
I A fage stock of children's clothmjto
be sacrificed at
G. W. JOHNSON & Co.
Come early and get the pick
Bridgeport, Conn., July 31. Loss of
llfo and immense dnmago to property
followed tho bursting of rcsorvoirs
north of this city as a result of tho
unprecedented fall of rain early today.
Tho precipitation in tho scries of show
ers which struck across Connecticut
last night and this morning rcachod a
total of sovon inches.
Tho dam at Ward's mill at Aston
went out at 2 o'clock this morning,
sending a great body of water down
through tho town of Trumbull. TheTO
was no warning to tho peoplo who lived
on tho banks of what is usually n small
Tho houso occupied by John Losco,
Ills' wlfo and sovoral children, was
picked up by tho flood nnd earrlod a
milo bolow. Tho Lesco family were
nsloop at tho time, and all woro rescued
after a perilous jo.urney.
A houso occupied by Michael Moran
was hurlod against tho Borkshlro bridge
and smashed to kindling wood, and it
Is bolioved that Moran was drownod.
Pollco and firemen went to tho rescue
and saved several Uvea.
In North Bridgeport tho water swept
againot tho Barnura avonuo brldgo and
wrockod it just whoir an ico wagon
was crossing it. In tho wagon woro
William Kowezeski nnd John Staxkln.
Tho wagon and horses woro swept awny
and Kowzeski was drowned. Starkin
was able to owlm ashoro.
Los Angeles to Bring Water
240 Miles at a Cost of
Los Angeles, Cal., July 30. Work
Is about to begin on a water systoui
hero which will sccuro nn unllmitod
supply of puro water for nil futuro
needs. Tho schomo is to bring moun
tain wntod from Owens lako and river,
in Inyo county, across desorts, through
mountains nnd across plains, a distonco
of 240 miles, to givo Los Angolcs si
supply sufficient for her needs, oven
when hor population reaches tho mil
lion mark. Engineers havo ostlmatod
that tho cost of tho work will oxcoood
'$23,000,000. Tho survey has shown
that all tho water can ho convoyed
hero by gravity, no pumping plants
being necessary. Tho construction of
nearly thirty miles of tunnols will bo
Tho scheme, from an enginoor'a
standpoint, in tho greatest of its kind
in tho world.
on tho bottom. Tho dock is 07 foot
wido'at tho bottom and 113 nt tho top.
In order that tho Dakota may bo
docked, her bow will havo to stick out
ovor tho cosslon or water gato sovoral
foot, and tho brldgo deck of tho ves
sol will rlso 48 feet abovo tho top of
tho drydock. To got tho Dakota into
tho dock will requlro tho closest kind
of figuring. Sho will present tho most
unusual sight tho dock Has auorucu
Manitoba's Wheat Crop.
u'l.ninM. Mnn.. Julv 31. This
week harvest will become gcnoral over
-. it A O.-IIIma la
tho Canadian norinwcsi. ""'"6
already woll undor way in certain sec
tions. Many authorities estimate that
tho wheat crop will exceed a hundred
million bushels, against fifty-nvo mill
ion last year. Tho increase in tho
crop is duo to a wet Juno, in which
wero many hot days, also to tho In
creased acreage, there being more
than four million aores under wheat
A Bryn Mawr Dudelet.
Camden, N. J., July 31.-An auto
mobilo in which John It. Valentine, a
well-known society man of Philadel
phia, his wife and two friends, woro
riding, was struck by a trolley car here
early this morning. Mrs. Valentine sus
tained a fracture of tho eoUar bono and
Mr Valentino was cut and bruised
about the head anl face. Thoy were
taken to tho Cooper Hospital.
m, ..i... n.,...nnTit of tho automo-
btlo wero not injured. Mr. Valentine is
i ..iiln,II. master of the Rart-
nor nunt Club, of Bryn awr, near
'nino unconscious under tho bathhouso.
Tho Tjodion woro nil scorchod by tho
Tho nino injured wero removed to
tho hospital, whero it was said that
somo would probably dlo. Many per
sons loss soriously hurt woro taken
homo by frionds. A slight fire in tho
bathhouso was quickly extinguished by
About tho samo timo Henry Banswol
lor was struck and killed while shelter
ing undor a troo nt Gravcsond Beach,
and his son, William, with John Applo
and Daniel -MCnuloy, wero rondorod
Lightning struck at various points In
tho city. A storo in Hushing avonuo,
Brooklyn, was burnod, and a car in
Sixth avenuo, Mnnhnttnn, was ot on
lire, but tho occupants oscnpod unhurt.
Tho loctrlc light and tho telophono
wires in Bellevue hospital wero struck
sovoral times, extinguishing all lights,
and causing much alarm among tho
Not only satisfies the tasto but
cools tho blood and strengthens
tho system. Thoso hot weather
satisfying drinks sold at
Portland, Or., July 31. Alice Slle
vey, of Klamath Falls, tried to commit
suicide thero last night, by wood alco
hol, but recovered. Sho was to havo
married a young man there, nnd his re
fusal to wed her caused the attempt.
O. B. tt N..Muat Pay.
Pendleton, Or., July 31.- Tho time
for tbo filing of a motion for a now
trial by tho O. B. to N. Co. in its suit
against Umatilla county has passed,
and tho $40,000 taxes which havo boen
in litigation tor two years must be
Tho railroad refuses to pay tho taxes
assessed by the eounty on the ground
that the letters O. B. k N. did not sig
nify Oregon Bail road & Navigation
Company, and on the contention that
tho railroad was not esseMed upon tho
same scale as other taxpayers of the
t m w
Hungarian Village Burned.
Vienna, July 81. Throo hundred
houses In th Hnnsrurian villas of Boy
phes Varialjn wero burned today. Six
loat thtir lives.
Cleveland, O., July 81. Tho aban
donment of this city ns a membor of
tho grand trotting circuit is involved
in tho issuance of an ordor this morn
ing by Mayor Johnson ngnlnet pool
soiling. Tho races oponed today on tho
supposition thnt tho previous two
years' proposition against gambling
would bo ovomilod. '
Foot Foul Play.
Lincoln, Neb., July 31. O. F. An
drews, a promlnont lawyor, is mysteri
ously missing. He started on a hunt
ing trip in tho Piatt rivor woods. Hun
dreds of mon havo organized a search,
fearing foul play.
arvn PROPHET a habem.
Doukhobcrs Provide it for Their Sec
Dauphin, Munitobn, July 81. A hnr
cm is tho latest acquisition of tho Ca
nadian northwest. One has been dis
covered a fow miles north of hero in
tho Doukhobor colony, which is xulod
ovor by Fetor Vorogin, who is hallod
ns tho second Messiah by tho Doukho
bors. Thoso slmplo people havo blindly
followed tho load of Verogln, and his
ovory wish is a command. Ho wanted
a hareirr and his followers suppliod on
Thero aro 18 girls of tendor ago, such
ns nro usually scon in tho school room,
in tho hnrom. Tho Doukhobors aro
proud of tho now institution desplto
their moral principles.
Had Clean Bill of Health.
Now York, July 31, The" Southorn
Pacific steamer Proteous arrived in
quaruntino from New Orleans this
morning, with all woll, Tho crow is
now shoro liberty. At New Orleans,
whon tho passengers embarked, thoy
Wero examined by tho board of hi alt h
physician, nnd a history of their niovo
monts whilo in tho eity rccordod. All
from tho infected or suspicious dis
tricts wero oxcludcd, and all stoorago
pnssongors wero refused. Nlnotyslx
cabin passengers were paused, and five
from tho Italian quarter woro rejectod.
Special Bargain Sale No. 239
Special bargain event for Wednesday only, Don't expect to got
them Tuesday or Thursday at theso prices, as they are for Wednesday
only at quoted prices. Every garment is of this season's fashioning,
and aro mado under the most sanl tory factories, insuring cleanliness,
In all new styles, valued at $1,60 eaoh.
Newest and best styles, regular $1 value.
An exceptional value at 50c the garment. Oomo early and yon
won't be disappointed.
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