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TWO EDITIONS DAILY, AT 230
P. M. AND 4:00 M.
DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL.
SALEM. OBEGON, WEDNESDAY, OOTOBEB 11, 1005.
Ttfacklaying Gang at Glen
btGok Shoot Section Fore
A Small Wat Follows, and Fifty Deputy
Sheriffs Ate Sent Out Fom
Mrs. Potorstcln, wlfo of a Greek
lection foreman at Glenbrook, wns
thot and klllod last night at that point.
A passing freight train bumped Into
tho Grocn construction cur and tho
Young New York Man Keeps
Three Wives In the
(Four O'clock Edition.)
New York. Oct 11. Accused of
having hnd threo young wives living
simultaneously in tho samo flat bulla
inir. Robert Bonlckor. aged 25, was ar
raigned this morning on complaints
made by two of thorn. Tho tlilra was
passed by him as a slstor. to tho other
two, but tho two claimod'thoy supplloil
money for tho third to travel
Cashier Paid up but Puts the
President and Others
(Four O'clock Edition.)
Lima, Ohio, Oct. 11. Thomas K.
Wllkins, a ban-kor, and Elijah Bowsher
were, arrcstod hero today, accused of
robbing tho American National bank of
this city on Christmas 1808, of which
crlmo at the timo the cashier, N. L.
McChalsky was accused and rnado good
the $18,000 stolon. Also tho judg
ments rendered against them in tho
slander suits brought by "Wilkin and
Bowsher. Tho McChnlskys spen
$22,000 trying to unravel tho mystery
and cloar his name. Tho prosecuting
attorney says ho has secured the evi
dence, most of it from Wllkins' di
vorced wife, who is a convict.
Short Lino Did Not Elect.
(Four O'clock Edition.)
Salt Lake, Oct. II. Tho annual
mooting of tho stockholders of the
Oregon Short Line this morning was
adjourned until December 3 without
electing tho directors. Tho entire par
ty of IXarrlmaa officials left today for
New Orleans, Oct. 11. Eight new
cases and two deaths were reported up
Out Fresh Home Ma.de Con
fectionery Is Strictly Pare
388 State Street.
W. T. 8TOLZ. P. O. MEYEB3.
inmates roamed out shooting. Tho
flro was returned by tho brakemen on
tho frolght. A special train with fifty
doputy ehoriffs has been, dispatched to
tho-seono from Boaoburg.
And City Nations About Reg
ulating the Burning
Tho present gamo law is a plcco of
clam legislation puro nnd simple, the
nurnoso of which is to dlscournco hunt
ing nmonc tho country population so
that tho city sports can havo a hotter
opportunity for satisfying a mania. lor
killing. Tho impudenco of tho city
snort with his cun licenso la becoming
unbcarablo and has caused tho farmers
to orgnnizo, agreeing to allow no hunt
ing on tholr places. Undor tho pres
ent law this seems to bo tho only rem
edy, Whoa twonty or thirty farmers
In a neighborhood go togothor and
mean businoss, thoy can rid therasolves
of thoso would bo Nimrods who havo
bocomo n regular nulsanco. Another
law which has provod a flat falluro is
that providing for tho burning .of
slashings. Thoro is only ono timo to
burn a elnshlng, and that is when it
is ready. All this red tape business
about getting a permit from tho county
clerk, giving ton days notice, etc.,
would havo beon right if tho Bolons
had only rnado a provision for thoj
right kind of weathor, wind direction,!
etc., to go with oaoh permit. As it-is,!
tho now law li'na "retarded tho work
of clearing land in this section and wo
havo no doubt that n similar condition
haaesulted In other parts of tho state.
It seems that tho only way for farmors
In nhtnin nrnntienl lnvlalation Is to eleot
repreagatattvos from among themselves
regardless of party amilations.
(Four O'clock Edition.)..
London, Oct. 11. Princess Christian
has issued an appeal on behalf of tho
national commit too for tho establish
rnent of sanatoria for workers suffer
ing from tuberculosis. This organi
zation, formed undor the auspices of
tho Hospital Saturday Fund, is an ex
ceptionally representative body, in
cluding delegates from practically all
tho groat bonovolent societies and the
How terrible is tho scourgo with
which the committco seeks to copo may
bo gathered from the statement of Dr.
Latham, one of tho leaders of tho
Hospital Saturday Fund, that in Lon
don about 16,000 persons die every
year whoso lives might bo saved with
proper treatment. Ho computes that
80,000 of the population of the me
tropolis aro stricken with one form or
another of tuberculosis and makes the
startling deduction that one In every
65 will be dead in five years' time from
a preventable disease.
Has a Hod Dream Which He
Interprets for the 'Com
"Washington, Oct. 11. Tho Amcricnn
Bankers' Association met today. Tho
principal fcaturo was tho address of
Secretary Shaw, urging that some
thing bo dono to increase tho merchant
marine Ho said in part:
"Tho timo is coming when- tho Unit
ed States will need now markets. Tho
world may como for our farm products
and tho raw products of our mln.es in
their own ships, but it won't como in
its own ships for tho finished products
of our factories. I am awaro that it
is not popular at this time, but I wish'
to call attention to tho need for dis
cussion long after this meeting is
closed. .Tho completion of tho Panama
canal will mnko a lino of equal dis
tance from tho east or n to tho western
shoro of tho Pacific; wo will get tho
worth of tho monoy spent on tho canal
If wo placo ourselves In a position to
got our sharo of tho uso of the canal.
Not until tho. railroads, encouraged by
govornment aid, wero built did tho
commorco of this country multiply.
Likowisc, until tho merchant innrino
is oncouragod, international commorco
will not Increase in tho proportion
nocossary to maintain .our equality
with othor nations. Possibly there nro
9 tv k -n n- . it., v ir n I
xirai (iikiivuvu ui wiu u, v,
J Grand Opera
Season tickents good for flvo attractions, $2.50. Good in nny part of tho
A UUU9U, 4L BJltHim rum VL ?4uu uiiu
!..- 4 -uaafal 1 .k A1 K f It M .1 A1
Unlvorslty and city schools.
somo who say: "What caro I particu
larly for tho American manufacturer;
that is his business, not ourof" Yes,
but no ono class of tho Amorlcan poo
plo over prosporod oxcopt whon they
all prosporod. Tho United States
owns tho Philippines, which, plus the
Panama canal, plus tho morchant mar
rlno, would insuro to tho American
pooplo moro thnn tho present ton per
cont of tho thousand millions of trade
washed by tho Pacific."
President Swlnney, in his nnnunl ad
dross, attributed tho bank failures of
tho present year to tho granting of
oxccsslvo loans to unsound industrial
enterprises. Ho rogarded tho present
national bank lnw as inadoquato ami
rigidly gavo tho administration's view
on ' frenzied flnanctf" as exposod In
tho lnsuranco investigation. Ho said
tho Investigation rovenlcd tho most
disgraceful betrayals of trust over
placed on Amorlcan financiers, and
their trial wn9 boforo tho country and
tho world. Frank A. Van der Lip
Portland, O.., Oct. 11. The prosecu
tion finished its caso this morning in
tho. land fraud trjal, O, B. Mooro, for
mer register of tho land office, testified
that he asked tho applicants for homo
steads tho regular printed questions.
Tho cross-examination by Heuoy
brought out the fact that the witness
issued claims whon cognizant of their
New York, Oct. 11. Tho lnsuranco
investigation was adjourned today to
noxt Tuesday out of respect to tho
memory of Nixon.
Eugent has a bird study club com
posed of ladles. Birds of Paradise.
Woro Gontlomcn Compared, to tho
Thiovos Stealing from tho
Widows and Orphans.
NEW YORK, Oct. 11. Vico Presi
dent Glllctt, of tho Mutual Lifo Insur
ance Company, testified Tuesday that
tho Mutual Lifo paid $72,801 last year
for luncheons for its clerical forco in
this city. This was at tho rato of al
most $250 n day.
Walter I. Gillett, vice president of
tho Mutual Lifo Insurance Company,
tcstlfiod boforo tho lnsuranco investi
gation committco today that tho Mu
tual Lifo lnsuranco Company contrib
uted $40,000 to tho Republican national
committco campaign fund in tho last
election in 1004.
Vico President Glllctt nlso slated
that tho Mutunl Life lnsuranco Com
pany contributed $35,00Q to tho Bopub
lienn national committco in 1000 nnd
$15,000 in 1800. Ho justified thoso
contributions on tho samo ground as
did President John A. McOall of tho
Now York Lifo Insurance .Company,
saying that tho St. Louis platform of
tho Democratic party and tho froo-sll-vor
issuo woro a monaco to tho policy
holders. Mr, Glllott said ho authorized
thoso expenditures after consultation
with tho prosldent, vico president and
tho members of tho board of trustoes
of tho Mutual Lifo. Tho campaign
Entertainment Course at
fj.vv 11 mi lu imiuu in Btuuvum ui tiiu
Fif I 1 1 l.H M (. .1.1 4 V i .1 A. llf 4 ll A
contributions, ho said, camo from tho
fund controlled by tho committco on
Boston, Mass., Oct. 11. MIm Gladys Tho moro promlnont iiumlidntos for
Lawson, tho oldest daughter of Thomas ' Blato nominations nro nil going to bo
W. Lawen, was married today toMr.! ifa ,0B c w, 0OD,rJbutl,
Ebon Hlalno Stnnwood. Tho wedding, ..'... .
took plaeo at tho Lawson couutry threo candidates for secretary of state,
home, Dronmwold, and was lnrgoly at-! two for stnto treasurer, and threo for
tended by fashionable eocioty. 1 congressmen.
Tho brldo of today first becamoj Chairman Hal D. Putton at tho Now
known to tho gonoral public when sho Lnngo hotel has his headquarters open
actod as 'sponsor for tho yacht Indo-lnnd reserved Beat tickets for all tho
pendenco. SIneo then tho has bocomo Marion county delegates may bo hud
quite woll known to tho genoral public of him. That placo will bo headquar-
and a favorite in saoial circles. Sho,
is fond of aulmnls and of outdoor
sports, nnd is tho ownor of Gypsy
Queon, ono of the finest thoroughbred
hunters in tho world. In addition to
being a good rider, sho rows, swims and
plays tonuis with skill.
Mr. Htanwood comos of nn old Now
England family, being a grand-nephew
of Jamod O. Blalno. Ho was graduated
from Harvard In 1800.
WHAT IS A
CHICAGO, Oct. 11. Arguments on
tho demurrer I n'ttfd packers case wero
resumed this morning. During the dis
cussion tho of definition of tho word
monopoly, the court asked if thoro is
in any business any illustration of a
practical monopoly. Tho packers' at
torney replied that the Standard Oil
Company Is one. Judgo Humphrey
questioned tho attorneys on both sides
Impartially in finding fault with tho
arguments. Both shies took encour
agement from tho rulings,
i . . o
All Quiet With tho Swedes.
Stockholm, Oct. 11. Tho committed
of tho Blgsdag today roported favo'r
ably on the ratification of tho Nor
Prices Range Low but Still
High Enough to Sound '
Tho hop market is dull at present.
At tho Independence hop yards thcro
aro very fow sales. No ono seems In a
rush to sell Somo buyers havo ap
peared in tho flold, but tho prices of
fered so far do not tempt tho holders.
P. K, Johnson, of Marlon County, has
just sold 80 bales at thirteen and a hnlf
Indopondcnco growers nro taking a
lively intorcst In tho noxt meeting of
tho Oregon Hop Growers, which is to bo
hold at Salem next Tuesday, A lnrgo
number of dolcgatcs has boon appoint
ed to attoud,
A report comos- from Aurora that
George Yorgon sold a lot of 105 bales
to Joseph Harris, local agent of Boo
jamln SchwnrtE & Sons, tho prlco paid
being 13 conts,-It is also roportod that
Mr. Harris has bought 600 bales during
tho past wook at 1VA to 12 conts
Tho mnrkot in Lane county is about
tho samo, tho prices ranging from 11
to 1"Yj conts. Growers nro waiting, as
most of them boliovo bottor prices will
S. H. Frlondly, F. E. Dunn and
George Hnll, promlnont doalers of Eu
gono, think tho mnrkot will bo a very
busy ono soon. Thoy havo about 1800
bales in Btoro. Tho crop this year
in Lane county Is expectod to bo in
oxcoss of 7000 baloa, an oxcors of 1000
bales over that of last year.
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Indications Arc There Will Be
a Lqrge Attendance
Many of tho leading Bopubllcan
party workers aro going down to tho
Bopubllcan lovo feast and harmony
conforoaco this hftornoon nnd moro aro
Tho trains all day havo beon loaded
with delegates frpm Wcstorn Orogon,
on routo to tho first grand round-up
undor tho now direct primary system
of making nominations.
tors for tho Marlon countyiticlPKutlun.
Now Orleans, Oct. 11. -Frost is an
nounced as far south as Fort Smith,
ArkArangenv.nts aro progressing to
dismiss tho fumigating and quarantine
li J o
No Mora Proo Advertising.
Los Angeles, Cal., Oct. 11. Tho
Santa Fo refuses to give Walter Scott,
the Death Valley miner, a special train
raco with Harriman to Chicago.
SEE BIG AD ON
Argued Before Judge Burnett
on Question of
A motion for a non-suit was argued
this forenoon in tho suit of Mnuplrt vs.
S. P. Co., asking for $25,000dnmagcs
for personal injuries.
Mnupln is a mail clerk at Woodburn,
on tho Springfield' branch, who was
lnjurod by an cnglno backing against
nn oxprcss truck near which ho was
His lawyers nro E. P. Morcou, Car
son & Cannon and Bigger & Corby.
For tho compnnyi defondnnt appear
William D. Fcnton, B. A. Loiter nnd
George G. Blngbnm,
This caso is being very stubbornly
contested, hundreds of cases being clt
od by both sides on tho legal points
involved. In concluding nn olaborato
argument to tnko tho caso away from
tho jury on nccount of Insufficient ovl
donco, Mr. Fontonr argued that!
I. No ovldonco of nogligeneo In
leaving tho express truck standing
II. No ovldonco of nogllgonco Jn
moving tho train that caused tho accl
dont. Thoro wero not sufllrlont facta to
ontltlo this enso to go to tho jury and
ho moved nonsuit.
Tho corporation counsel eon torn! that
defendant was not a passenger until
tho train was ready to start, and tho
plaintiff was in Ids car, ready to begin
work. In this caso it is claimed that
Maupin wont to his caro beforo it
Counsol for plaintiff arguod that
Mnupln hnd boon getting on tho train
for ovor a year just as ho did atv tho
tlraoioX,, tho, accident, Undor nn act of
congress, ho was to all intents and pur
poses a pnssongor.
Uo could only enter by tho sldo door,
thoro being no ond door, Tho content
tion is thnt tho company dofendant
should havo had a brakeman M tho
sldo of tho car to warn persons
about to ontor tho oar, nnd it was a
question for tho jury to dctormino
whether thero was nogllgonco or not.
Tho caso was argued until noon. Tho
motion to withdraw from tho jury was
amondiod and tho motion for a nonsuit
sustained. Muupln has been on full
pay for a year as a disabled mall clork
and has until October 27, 1000, to go
back on tho road,
Tucson, Ariz., Oct. 11. Judgo 11, A.
Tuokor, assoclnto justice of tho su
premo court, who Is holding court at
Solomonvllle, wired his resignation at
tho request of tho president, following
tho investigation of tho charge that
Tucker located his headquarters at
Globa for a consideration, whilo tho
charge aro uUiluvd, Tucker was al
lowed to resign.
Girl's Army Romance,
Lynn, Mass. ,Oct. 11. MJss Cor
coran, slstor of Captain Corcoran, of
tho Thirteenth cavalry, U. B. A., was
married hero today to Llutenant W. If.
Clapton, Jr., also of tho Thirteenth
cavalry. Tho groomsmen and ushers
at tho wedding woro all officers of tho
Thirteenth. Lieutenant Clopton, who
has just returned from two years' oor
vice in tho Philippines, is now stationed
at Fort SHI, Oklahoma.
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Philadelphia, Oct, 11, There was no
gamo today on account of rain.