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0ALEM, OREGON, MONDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1905.
, NO. 244.
Panama Canal Has Cost One
Fourth of its Sup
Islington, D. 0., Oct. 10.-Tho
coming report of Secretary Shaw will
recommend a thirty-million dollar bond
issue, covering tbo outlay already ox
pended on tho Panama canal.
St. Petersburg, Oct. 10. Tho strlko
of tho printors has becomo general
and no papers aro prlntod today,
aro stationed In nil tho printing estab
lishments and a largo forco is hold in
Wood Oomblno Brokon.
Last year tho government Indian
ichool bought 2,000 cords of wood at
$4.31 In ono contract. This year ton
dors woro rccolvod In less quantity
than 2,000 cords. Partios could bid on
100 cords or moro, and tbo result is
tho 2,000 cords cost tbo school about
3 ft cord on an avoragc. Tho funny
thing Is, tho men who roally furnish
tho wood got moro than last year. Tho
diffcronco is duo to tho way tho con
tract was let.
Will Talk to Nogroes.
Jacksonville, Flni, Oct. 10. Upon tho
inslstonco of Prlvato Secrotary Locb,
tbo commltteo Arranging for tho enter.
tnlnmont of Koosovolt provided for tho
president's nddressing tho negro stu
Joi ts of tho Florida-Baptist Acadomy.
Tho commltteo at first refused tho no
groea" demand for recognition.
Tho Son. of tho Empire
Paris, Oct. 10. Prlnco Ferdinand of
Bulgaria, gnndson of Franco's do-
posed king, Louts Philippe, is visiting
Franco as tho guest of tho government
at tho foreign ofllco.
Say Their Boohs Would Con
' Yict Them If They
St. Louis, Oct. 10. Depositions wcro
taken today in. tiio Injunction proceed
Inga brought by tho Attorney General
ngainsb Waters-Pierce, tbo Republic,
International and Williamson Oil com
panies, which it la allogod aro in a
combine. Attornoy General Hadloy
oxpocts to forco tho companies to pro
duco tholr stock books. Tho companies
nro fighting upon tho grounds that If
thoy prodiico their books It will bo
oqulvalont to giving testimony Incrlm1
(Four O'Olock Edition.)
Plymouth, England, Oct. 10. George
W. Perkins nndl Charles R. Flint arrived
ftbls morning, Flint, who is supposod
to. havo contracts for building Rus
sian warships, wont to Cherbourg and
thonco to Berlin and St. Petersburg.
Porkins Is reported as going to nogo
tiato a Russian loan in tho United
States. IIo rofusod to discuss his mis
sion' beyond going to St. Petersburg on
Koraura Is Home.
Toklo, Japan, Oct. 10. Komura ar
rived today nnl recolvcd nn unonthusl
astic rocoptton. Only ofllcials wcro
presont. Tho strcots woro strongly
guarded as too drovo to tho palaoo in
tho imperial, carriage Tho minister of
war ordered both ofllcera and mon to
Tofraln from crltlcsms of tho treaty on
tho grounds that tho treaty was tho
outcomo of tbo sovorelgn powers.
Tito Barton Oaso.
St. Louis, Oct. 10. Senator Burton's
domurror was nrguod In tho . f odoral
court this morning.
lVa ''. ''' '!
of New Shoes
in the City
The great success of our Shoo Dopartmont is duo to tho fact that wo
keep up-to-dato Shoes, and overy pair glvos satisfactory wear. Our prlcos
re bseed on tho spot cash plan and our oconomlcnl business management
ellmlnatos nil unnecessary oxponsos. Thnt'a why wo undorsoll "rogular
In addition to tho stnplo shapos, wo show a full line of tho extreme
styles for dress woar.
Out Blue Ribbon School Shoes
are built for School Wear, and they stand It.
The stylos aro neat and attractivo and tho solos end upper leathors nro
PWly selocted for service. '
VTo have built up an enormous business, on ,
Napa Tanned Shoes
for Men and Boys. For the roughest sorvlco in mud and water they aro the
most satisfactory shoos ever built. Although heavy, tho leather remains soft
ad pliable. '
Ono pair of Joe Miller's Shoes Is equal to two or threo pa'lrs of ordinary
toes for hard wear.
Dry Goods, Clothing, Hats
But Have Plenty of Time for
Tobacco and Paper
Washington, D. 0., Oct. lfl.-Tho su
premo court denied tbo motion to ad
vanco tho enso of Caleb Powers against
tho etato cf Kentucky. Powers is un
der llfo scntenco for tho alleged mur
der of Govornor Gocbel. Tho supremo
court advanced tho hearing of tho cases
of tho tobacco and paper trust ofllcials,
who rofusod to answer questions or
produco .pnpers in tbo lower courts.
Tho argument is set for January 2.
(Four O'clock Edition.)
Chicngo, Oct. 10. Harmon Spruanco,
tho pioneer grain dealer, diod today.
IIo was tho husband of Rose Clawson
Spruanco, of Los Angeles, and brothor-in-law
of Mrs. Eugene Lahoo, of Co-
vlna, Cal. IIo lcavos, among other
cuuu, ,. u . ... ' rTMproflts of $100,000. In tho nn tlmo It
Eugenia, Miss Harmon and Mrs. EdwinM 1ItrI,,nn(1,
(Four O'clock Edition.)
Wichita, Kan., Oct. 10. This aftor
noon Jorry Simpson took a chungo for
tiro worso. IIo ihnd a hemorrhago which
lasted twenty minutos and his death
Is likely to occur at nny moraont.
(Four O'clock Edition.)
Now Orleans, Oct. 10. Six now
cases and two deaths woro roportod at
noon. , i
National Immigration Congress.
Dclegntos for tbo National Immigra
tion Congress, to convono in Noiv York
First National Bank is Issuing
its First Bills Underfts
! New Charter Granted
Two bank bills of tho denomination
of ten dollnrs ono issued in 1885, tho
otbor in 1005. help to toll tho story of
a business that has been conservatively
and yet vigorously managed. In 1883
Jijcob Wortmnn, "Undo Jake," as
mbst pooplo delight to call him, estab
lished a prlvato bank in a llttlo 15x25
ono-Btory brick building on tho ground
now occupied by Nowak's bakery.
Two years later tho institution reor
ganised nnd waa charfercd ns a na
tional bank with a capital of $50,000.
At this tlmo W. J. Garrison erected
tho building now owned and) occupied
by tho First National nnd tho bank
moved Into It. Tho incorporators of
tbo national bank wcro Jumcs Wort
man and his two sons, D. G. Thomp
son, tho first nnmod boing prcsldont
of tho institution a position which bo
hold until his death, nearly 10 years.
During this tlmo James Wortmnn was
tho cashier, becoming prcsldont after
tho death of bs father, and was euc
flooded as cashier by Arthur McPhll
lips. In tho 20 years of its life, tbo First
National has nddod to its original cap
ital of $50,000 a surplus and undivided
lias paid to its stockholders dividends
amounting to $125,000.
Edna Moody McCoruack.
When tho mortnl puts on immortal
ity, lovo stands muto boforo tho form
0 woll loved, from which tho spirit has
Hod. It Is hard to renlizo ns wo gazo
with tear dimmed oyes upon tbo lrro
sponslvo clay that it Is but tbo shell
from which tho divino spirit, ay tho
lntnnglblo with which It loved and nil
which mndo it lovablo has gone Hko
a cnndlo blown out In tho wind, whith
er, who knows? Wo enn but pay our
tributes of affection to tho mortal, tho
loved form, that wo poor unites can but
rccognizo as tho representative of that
wo cannot understand tho spirit, soul,
presenco, llfo, what you will.
So It wns yestordny, whoa tho body
of Edna Moody McCornack wns laid
away with tondor bands, and bidden
farewell with toar-dimmod oyos and
hoarts too full for words.
Tho sorvlcos wero hold at tho family
resldonco, Rov. P, 8. Knight reading
tho burial servico, nnd paying n loving
trlbuto to tbo beauty nnd charactor of
tbo llfo that was no moro.
Masses of bloom, tributes of 'nffoc
tlon, covered tho enskot, nnd lntor
l tho gravo. Lilies, typical of purity,
Can Sail the Seas Now Un
afraid of the Terri
Washington, D. O., Oct. I0.-Ordcrfl
woro issued' today for tiio reloaso of
tho intorned Russian ships, Lena at
San Francisco and tho tbTocof Ad
miral Enquist's" Bquadron at Manila.
Vienna, Austria, Oct. lO.-Dovelort
monts today indicnto that Emperor
Fran3 Joseph has resolvedi to not ap
point a coalition ministry undor any
eircuinstnnccs, as ho will novor entrust
tho government to that party. Fojor
varys, of tho cablnot, wants to adopt
fighting measures and mako an appeal
to tbo peoplo. Tho fight 1b cortaln to
Engineer and FiremanJCilied
by Misplaced Switch
Fresno, Cal.', Oct. 1C Engineer Will
iam Colo, of 'Bakersficld, and Fireman
Butts, of Fresno, woro killod In a wreck
of tho northbound owl train this
morning at 2 o'clock. As thoy woro
pulling into tho local yards, thoy struck
an opon switch, Tho engine rolled
over on its sldo and) tho cab vroa
crushed by tho tendor. Tho fireman
and onginoor aro still imprisoned in the
wreck nnd tho mall and; buffot cars ore
piled on tho engine. A hobo riding tlm
blind baggago was fatally hurt. No
pnssongors wero injured". Yardmoator
Crowley saya It is tho woric or n inuu
wrecker. An employ said ho saw tho
switch light flash as it turned just bo
foro tho train struck tho switch.
Must Servo Ilia Tlmo.
Donvor, Col., Oct 10. N. M. John-
former prosldont of tho Fidelity
Savings bank, who waa sontoucod to
from two, to throo years in tho poni
tontlary for wrocking that institution,
must servo his time. Tho supromo
court today rofusod his application for
a writ of suporcodoas.
Gotha, Coburg, Oct. 10. Prlnco Phil
ip's dlvorco suit against tho Princess
L-oulso was hoard today boforo tho
usual court, tho prlnco having waived"
his right to a special tribunal, accord
ing to tho laws of tho family, no al
leges oxtravaganco and misconduct
with tbo Austrinn nontenant, Mattasch.
Frosno, Cal., Oct. 1C Tho dead
fireman Js H, L. Butta, ogod 23, of
Fresno. Tho engincor, Colo, Is tho
samo who recently averted a wrock on
tho southbound owl, which took tho
switch at Klngsburg, by sticking tho
throttlo and stopping tho train. To
day's wrock was ovidontly causod by
tho aamo miscreant. Tbo sheriff and
his posso aro scouring tho country for
tho man, who Is said to bo known to
tho railroad employes. Tho namo of
tho hobo was WilHami Knickerbocker,
aged 10, of Missouri. Ho was fast
asleep behind tho oil tank. Ha rogainod
consciousness in tho hospital. Ho waa
eoveroly bruised and his Bplno waa in
jured1. o -
Still Only a Woman.
Now York, Oct. 10. A young woman
rof using to givo her idontity, beautiful,
'ole'gantly drcssod' and roflnott in ap
poaranco, waa taken to tho hospital,
dying aa tho result of Ulogal practice
Sho admlttodi bolng tho daughter of a
wealthy and pTomlnont family.
f New System
Hilt. Tkannnitx.. H .-.! f . ,..,,.! ' " "
-.., ....v. .. uu ., . " nna roscswbito nnd fragrant os was
this morning by Governor Ohamborlalu. th0 fo Qf ,, cM
A ques ion of vital Interest to this Bont so
stnto Ohineso immigration will bo, ,,,,,, , .. '.
... . J ,, ' I "or Inimodinto relntlvos, who woro
ono of tho many to bo discussed. In nf , ., ,.,.,. ,.
this respect, tho appointmont of dole- n,v , ,,. ... .. , a
i ,,..., . t , ,i lusbana, her fnthor and mother, Ex-'5
gatos is important, as this const is dl-in. -r i j. .-, n tZ
.ill.,.., , , , Uovornor Moody and wife: ExrOon- 2
rcctly interested in tho problems of I rftsqmnn ,. ... Ig
Qblnoso immigrntloui and tbo delcgatos
may bo able, by united effort, to s
euro an expression from tbo Immigra
tion congress that may go far toward
influencing tho courso of national legis
lation on tho subject.
Tho delegates appointed nre: W. E.
Graco, of Baker City James llutohln
son, of Union; Paul Wesslnger, of
Portlaud; James Ingland, of Union; O.
igrossman M. A. Moody, Attornoy
Ralph A., Will C, engnged in tho warehouse-
business in Tho Dalles, nnd Ze
nos Moody, nt present rnllroadlng in
Many wero present from Tho Dalles,
wboro Mrs. McCornack grew to wom
anhood, to testify their lovo pnd appre
ciation. Sho wns tho youngest of a
family of flvo, and, being tho'only girl,
I havo just fitted my ofllco up with tho Intost dovices to oliminato
pnin, and for this reason thoro Is no causo whntovor for anyone to
droad tbo dental chair. I can fill, extract or crown tho most sonst
tlvo tooth absolutely, and tbo boauty of it all is I charge you loss
monoy thnn dentists using tho old nntiquated methods.
B. E. Wwgtt, The Painless Dentist i
BTEU8L0FF BUILDING. HOURS 8 A. M. TO 5 P. M., 7 P. M. TO 8 P.
M.; SUNDAYS, 10 A. M. TO 12 M. PHONE 200.
wna TOialiInn.A 1... l i .i
T. Blumonrothen, of Banden: N. H., r uromors.
Bird, O. IL Gram, Grant McDonald, A.
G, Kuradret, N. B. Nicholas, Newton
McCoy, Samuel Kafka, G. II. Thomas,
Jamos Foloy and Thomas Whelan, all
Marriage licenses were today issuod
to Ida M. Lion and A. L. Bowen and to
Ella Parker and Jnmoa C. Sumner.
M. F. Nolan, register of tho land of
fice at The Dalles, and bis wlfo wore
in tho city yesterday attonding tho
funeral of Mrs. McCornack.
New Buildings at Ohomawa,
Contractor Owens, of Minneapolis, is
oxpectod, on October 18, to begin work
on tbo threo now buildings at the
government Indian schools. Thoro Is
to bo ft dairy barn, a horso barn and an
employes' building erected, each cost
ing about $4,000. Tho hospital build
ing may not go up this year, as all tho
bids exceed tho appropriation.
Everything-4j. Indies' and Men's Furnishings.
-" Ji Cash Store.
Salem's Cheapest Ono-Prico
Oar Fresh Home Marie Con
fectionery is Strictly
The Young Oourtmartial.
(1'our O'Cloek Edition.)
Vallejo, Cal., Oct. 10. The Young.
Icourtmartlal was In session only 40 '
minutes this morning. It adjourned'
until this afternoon to allow Liouton-',
j ant Commander Bartlett to go over
and verify the testimony given last
352 Slblo Street
W. T. STOLZ.
F. O, MEYEBS,
Smashed tho Wagon.
Street car No. 10 ran Into a delivery
wagon from tho Hunt meat market
this morning. Tho wagon was wrecked
but no ono was hurt and tho car got
thero on time.
Oitr 250th consocutivo weekly bargain sale. This sale is in anticipation
of tho neoda and requirements in preparing for tho changing season and
wjill bo Wvlcoma news to all shrewd and economical buyers.
Pine Jersey Bibbed
consisting of long eloevo vests, anklo length
croam color and a regular COo valuo."
Bo among tho oarly ones.
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