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TONIOHT; . . m
3NESDAY, FAER AND WARMER
ne the Kidnaper, Was
ted, Arraigned, Convic
ed, and Sentenced, in
HacMphia, June 19. Keane was
cod this morning to 20 years for
ping the Mxith boy, At the trial
by tola or ms captivity. Keane
that tho boy "had even-
to cheaper if he wanted to."
10 o'clock this morning "Keane
I tho magistrate for his prelim
hearing. An hou.i later
jury considered tho testimony.
ag in tho' inflicftment. The. pris
mas taken b'ctforo Judeo Sulz-
tho testimony heard and the
bmitted. The prisoner wassen
hvithin an inoficdSbly short tfme
apprehension. Two hours ami
rom 'tho time ho wns arraigned
is preliminary hearine. Keane
ady for commitmen to the pen-
Tho Bill Will Pass.
kington, Juno 19. This morning
lortb reported tho aericultural
fiation bill as approved! by tho
it, and.it was referred to a
teo of tho whole, on the state
union. It is tho intention to
Oils Her Straits.
ird, Or., Juno 19. .This city
experimenting with oil on
tote for tho past ithroe years,
Is if a success. This year their
sition will bo on a larger
a lai'go sprinkler and a
ik car of oil has been pro-
PEOPLES BARGAIN HOUSE
00 yards of
1 0c Persian
RAIN OR SHINE, WE
carefully this Price List of
U Offered fa Salem.
ards shrunk Indian Head
Goods, yard He
arts No. S Taffeta Silk
bon in all colors, yard... 3c
"da 10o and 12V, Dress
fchams, yard , 81-3c
Ijards Bleached and Un
tied Muslins, yard
.,5c, 614c, 7jC, 81-35
ds Dark and Light Call
special, yard! . . . , , 4c
nds of yards of Imported
M and Dimities in fan-
Pin shades and black;
P"Ce 81-3 and 10c
3'ck and Whito Cheek
Qingham, yard 9c
it e Linen Parasols, just
fed; sale price 93e
Colored Silk Umbrellas
'aney borders; sale priee$LM
e Cover Embroidery, a
Kwlityj prieoyard...'... 256
' Corsets in all co!6rs;
at Beller; sale price..'... 35c
Pte Paarl Buttons, dor., 5c
' ne Canvass Belts,
Nderod and nlalu
10c, 38c and 25c
In-'Death Sets Aside the Demo'
cratic Yictory Lieut. Gov-
erno Harris is Sworn in
Cincinanti, June 19. John M. Patti-
'eon, governor of Ohio, klied of Briirht's
. disenso nf d-on ,-t.n .
his ho.no aV Mi fo , ' 1 1" "3'
here. Ho will be buried Thursday
ncar nls Home, after sen-ices in the
I Methodist church.
Week ago tho governor was carried
into his homo from which he had gone
J five months before to his inauguration
ns chief executiv of tho state, the in
tervening time having been spent on
a bed of pain. Jlig death came sud
Uehly anil unexpectedly by physicians
and family. Early last evening Gov
ernor Patitison suffered acuto pain, but
later sank into a quiot sleep. Art 10
o'clock Dr. Belt made his usual morn.
ing ca31, anil found! tho patient in a
vuui.!mak; siaxe. ino governor never
rallied, and death came peacefully this
afternoon, Tho governor's wife and
two daughters were at his bedside when
Eaton, 0., Juno 19. Governor Hnr
rds saj s ho -will not assumo tho duties
of tho oftico until after Pattison's fu
natal, andi will conttin-uo Pattison'a ap
pointees for w time, at least. Tho time
of the funeral da so far undetermined,
but will probably bo on Thursday,
Miners Stfctlls Their Differences.
(Four O'clock Edition.)
Columbus, 0., Juno 18. The Ohio
miners liavo settled1 their differences
and were ordered today to resume
work. ThJs inchrdl.B Mho return) of
union men to 'the mines in Eastern
DO THE BUSINESS.
the Beet Bargains that were evr
$1.49 36-inch Black Taffeta Silk
for dresses and petticoats;
sale price per yard 9Sc
J1.85 30-inch Colored TaffeTa
Silk for dresses and petti
Silk fine for dresses and pot
ticoats; a great seller; sale
price, yard $L25
39o Wash India Silk In all col
ors-fin quality; sale price,
Colored and Fancy Panama
Drew Goods, yd, 35c, 49c, 69c, 75c
$1.85 Black and Colored Crepe
do Paris; beautiful goods yd,$1.25
85c Changeable Taffeta Silk; all
shades, special prico yd 0c
New Ladles' Sailor and Cowboy
Whito Duck Hats... Wc. 75c, "
9Sc Whito Lawn Waist
trimmed with embroiaery;
t.,w 1.49 White Waisla...
Ladies' $2 50 Whiter Waists... $1-49
6.50 Wash Suits, tale price... 3.05
590 Covert Jackets; price... $3.4o
n ,! Straw White Sailors,
! i t. .ii nrie...$1.49. 1.75
iTimuit " i ii ii
rnmr nr Loramci-
ciai and Coirt Streets
HAT.1S11T nnMAW rnYTo-... ' " m .J ' 'W
Hubbard Spook Holds Down
His Job in the Old Fry
Hubbard, Or., Juno 19. Many peo
ple here havo seen a s'rango sight
while passing the old Fry warehouse
dunug the past week, nnd at certain
hours of tho nigh. What seems to be
a human form clothed in ghostly ap
parel has been seen passing somo of
tho windows, and1 at times sitting up
on tho very top, of tho old structure.
Thero has boen somo considerablo ar
gument as to what it really i3, and the
old building is being shunned by the
youngsters of tho city. A first it was
supposed to bo a reflection from light,
but, as the city lights bto not running,
and as it was seen nftcr tho night ser
vice was out, tho myatony is growing
deeper, anl a tiearch of tho interior of
tho building reveals nothing. A few
more of the ilvring are going to make
an invitttigation, ami should tlio ghost
turn outi ti be a prowler ho will bo se
verely deal with.
Deoicko Case Dismissed.
(Four O'clock' Edition.)
San Prancifieo, June 19. Judge
Shortall tlls morning diismissod' the
case ngninsr Ernest II. Denickc, son
of Colonel E. A. Denicke, n promi
nent, who wns charged with tho mur
der of an unknown woman during the
oxcJsement of tho evening of April 20
Denicko wns acting ns a fipecial officer,
and tho court held tho shooting was in
the lino of duty.
Saiiors Will Continue Fight.
(Four O'clock Edition.)
San Francisco, Juno 19. Tho Jail
ors' union has decided to carry on the
fig'ht againtt tho steamship owners
without tho assistance of the long
shoremen or tinwul ers, by withdrawing
from tho city ilwnt federation. It is
expected that similar notion will be
taken todny by tho firemen, cooks and
stewards, all of whom are incensed nt
the it!ioa of the Iorgsliorftnie& in
loading vessels during tho fi'rlke. Ev
erything is quiet on the "nter front.
Tho milors clnlm they havo won the
fight-, although it is reported that ship
owto B aro importing mm from tho
Charged With Murder.
(Four O'Clock Edition.)
San Francisco, Juno 19. George
Hammar, Joseph HubbarVl, Daniel Ca-
Wll and Frank Martin, tho four men
charged with1 murder, as tho ."vault of
tho killing of AntiVew Kellncr, a union
Bailor, who was ahot in a la-unch on tho
bay Saturday evening, appeared before
Judge CaUnmis this morning nnl were
formally arraigned on a capital charge
Tho dato of tho preliminary examlna
tion will bo &X Thursday.
Russians SU11 Murder Jews.
Berlin, Juno 19. Prominent Jews are
receiving details of the jnaswiefes and
plundering of Jews in various parts of
Russia. At Carokl tho authorities post
ed a telegram alleged) to havo been re
ceived from tho Czar, ordering all the
Jews killed, and the peasants attacked
and killed) many. Wealthy Gentiles at
Niesbln offered $5 for each Jew killed.
Two were wounded, awl one male and
ono female infant killed. Peasants aro
arming to enrich themselves.
McAlpia Made President.
(Four O'clock Edition.)
Philadelphia, June J9. Gew-rtl
Richard McAlpin, of New York, has
been elected! prosiilent of tho .national
League of Republican clubs.
o " -
gwedisb City Destroyed.
(Four O'clock Edition.)
Stockholm, Sweden, Juno 39. The
city of Uulilasvall was today totally
destroyed by fire, and 1500 famillt.4
aro homoleaa The 1 Is $2,000,000.
Eor choice candle and lee cream.
Wo hare onr new waaaier drinks out
now. Try oor Frnlt Salad Sondae and
The crtam we use 1 direct from H.
D. Looney'f dairy, the beat that ea
U fooadi S? Ik tfMtj.
W. T. Sfofc, F. G. Myi.
TUESDAY, JUNE 19, 1906,
Government Will Aid San
Francisco by Depositing
Washington, Juno 19. The Presi
dent has agreed to the proposition of
tno &an .F-nncisco delecaMon, hraded
by Lane, to which tho secretary of the
treasury has given his approval, that
tho government place $12,000,000 on
deposit in Sun Frniwioco bunks, on
thoj fsci'urlty of San Frnncisco bon'ds.
Thoj tcmi of years during which tho
ucpoit) may remain has not jet been
determined, but Shaw has given awsur.
anca they will not bo called in until
tho t treasury needs them. Tho dolega
tionj called nt tho Whito Houso this
morning, anil tho announcement was
made after its departure.
Aurora, 0" Juno 19. Tho warm
weather of the past few ilaijs hfts rip
ened tho cherries in (this section, and
pickers aro now busy gathering tho
imnvcnm crop tint grows in and around
this city. Nowhvr in tho stato are
then) moro cherry trees, or bo many
different varieties, as there aro right
hero in Aurora. Tho crop this year is
unusually large, and the) cold weather
in March did not havo any effect on it.
Peaches aro nlwo going to bo a good
oop on the high lands.
r Aurora's School Election.
Aurora, Or., June 19. At the fchool
election) held here yes'erday, to elect
ono ddrecto" nnd bno clerk, A. H. Oic
j wns rc-c4cctcd director and L
Webert clerk. A one-mill lax vas voted
to raise money for improvement on
tho school ground. Much comment
ami diiscussion was indulge! In re
garding tho smalluesb of tho levy,
many of thoto in a position to know
claiming tlm levy was too small,
Portland General Wanta It.
Aurora, Or., Juno 19. Tho Aurora
Kelcctfic Company, of this city, hns
Teceivrtl an offer for thmr plant from
the Portland General Klectric Com
pany, and aro figuring on selling out.
Tho plant herd gives service to Au
rora, Canby, Hubba.d ami Gcrvais.
Tho people nroum) hero arc eagerly
looking for a 24-hour tcrvice, which the
Portland General would givo if they
secured! tho local plant
A3miral McCalla Ectlred.
(Four O'Clock Edition.)
Vallojo, Cfal, Juno 18. Admiral Mc
Calla TiiMred1 today from the ofllee of
commandant of tho Maro Island navy
yards. Rear-Admirul Lyone la on tho
way from" tho navnl station at Honolu
lu to take command, MeCiilla leaves
tomorrow for his new country home at
(Four O'cloek Edition.)
Jeffrnwu City, Mo, Juno 19. Tho
supremo court overruled the motion for
a rehearing io tho Aggio Mcjcrs case.
She is sentenced to liany tho 9th for
ho inuTdor of her husband, Gowi-noi"
IJk mya ho will grant her a reprieve
for 30 da) a.
(Four O'cloek Edition.)
San Frnncisco, Juno 19. The bark
eritiou Portland, bound from Astoria
itb a cargo of lumUr for Rodondo, is
ashore near Iluenemo, Sho is owned by
J, I,. Clak, of San Francisco.
Chicago, June 19 Wheat 83H
b3, corn 5151i, oate 4039.
Marriage Iiceseea 2ra)l.
Jltrlxrt Ldgh Junk, aged 25, of
Prairie City, Or., and Loia Luefllo
Petblrt, agoc? 22, of Salem, also Walter
II. Johnson, agoM 30, and L. E. Brown,
agI 23, botn of Woodburn, were
grontod maxriaga llcowtos today,
Ti Ofkial Cowit.
TVi official tomx of tho ballots cast
t the hool election yf tcrfay will be
tnaife this eToaing at tbe tlgh school
by tbo boad of dirMtow,
Handsome Accomplice and
Tool of s. A. D. iuter
Awaits Her Sentence
Portland, Juno 19. M.. Emma L
Watson, companion of S. A. D. Puter,
under convloMon for complicity in the'
innu irauilH, this morning surronvlored
to tho federal nifthorltles, anil wns
lodged lit tho county jail to nwnit her
Warsaw, Poland, June 18. It is re
ported that a regiment of artillery and
a regiment of Infantry at 'ovogergl
ovsk fortress havo lnutfuied. Tho
ZuvMlki estate, ire Siedlce, has bom
attacked by terrolsts, who secured nnd
eacaped with 75,000 roubles.
Married a Dead Man.
Prague, Juno 19. Application has
been rnndo to a pollco magistrate by
tho wife of an artisan for astlstnnc
to ascertain tho whereabouts of her
husband, who had recently left her
without nnyi apparent cause. Invostl
gatlon bnsed upon particulars furnished
by tho woman brought to light tho
astounding fact that tho husband of
tho woman has been entered on tho reg
isters ns having died twelve years ago.
To her distress tho woman learned that
sho had married a man who by some
means hnd obtained possession of the
papers of another individual who died
In 1894, and assumed the dead riinn'i
name, under which ho had since lived
with IiIh wife, who had no Idea that
her him slm mil's name was not his own.
What induced the man to ehango hi
name, or why ho has now disappeared,
Is for the present n mystery. The po
llco nre completely baffled, nnd all
sort of thcorlr nro hazarded as re
gard the Identity of tho mlsulng hus
band. Prcfarcncea ta Be Oonsidered.
Waalngtoii, Juno 19. Artillery otH
eers who want special duty may bo able
to got It hereafter by virtue of a sys
tem which tho acting chief of the
corps, Col. G, F. K, Harrison, hns
recommendied. Ho believes that it
would bo advantageous to allow artil
lery ofilcera to express tnelr prefer
cnceH fori detached duty or for stations.
Theso expressions nro to bo ktpt on
fllo in tho ofllee of the chief of artil
lery ami ar to be consulted whenever
it is neeoftwiry to make a change in lo
cation or a transfer of an officer froin
ono duty to another. Of courte, per
tonal preferencea cannot alwnjt bo al
lowed to control, but whero it would
not interfere with tho public Interests
to do so, it Is proposed to consult tbli
Pllst, nnd thufl contribute to tho content
moot of tho officers mot directly con
cerned by such change. It U expect
ed that thU plan will x adopted anil
perhaps extended to oher branchea of
tbe army service.
To Form Presbyterian Brotherhood,
Detroit, Mich, June 19 Tho com
mittee of ten, recently appointed at
Ihe Presbyterian eonferenee in Des
Moines, la., to formulate plans for tho
establishment of a 'I'lesbyUrlan bro
therhood," met hero today for th"
ptrposo of considering the plan and
discus suggestions which might be
submitted- to faeilltato the earrylng
out of the project. Tbe committee will
bold another session this aftereoon and
In tho evening n big reception will be
held at which the laymen and clergy
of the Prebytrian denomination Jc
this city will be present.
i i n "
IIop Prospect Bright
Aurora, Or., June 19. The hop crop
In and around tbitt place i looking fine
tlcee tb recei warm weather, , The
continued Tttiiry weather la the foro
part of the month, and tho prevailing
JilgU wind hadi a tendency to retard
tho growth of tho rlno aomewtat, but
wtth wanner weotwr the vine are
coming right along;, and all the yards
bto looking fine. Thero win be Jrg
crop karveefoi hre tbl year, ?fpt
may (a thl tloa lve contxaete4
fn tils yVt pik.
- -, fe
XWO?EDlTIONS DAIX.Y AT 2.30
T. Is'AND 4;W P. M. r V
Cpmis up on Appeal to Su-
preme Court From Judge
Burnett's Court on
The caw of tho Stain of Oregon vi,
F. W. Jewott, who wan Indicted In the
state land) fraud caws In April, 1905, at
tho same tlmo that Kelliher and the
other Minnesota operators were, will
bo argued t Ills afternoon in tho ni
jxime court. District Attorney John
II, McNary nnd Deputy 0 L. MoNary
will reprwont the uinto nndl W, D. Pon
ton, F. V. Iloliwm and (leorgo (I. Hint,
lmm nro tho attorneys for the. oppel
lanf, Tho caw comefl up from departmeut
No. 1 of tho circuit court for Marion
county, Jmlgojtu.-nett on tho bench.
Jowett wna indlctol for subornation
of perjury. To thU indictment a dn
murreT wns Interposed! by the defend
nntV counsel, upon tho grounds that It
did not state facts sufllelont to consti
tute, a crime, Tho court below sua.
tnlnod tho domurrer, Ihom which judg
ment this appeal was taken,
Tho specific crlmo with which Jow
ett Is charged is that ho incited Emily
A. Thatcher to appear before Ak O.
Conilit, a notary public, and awcar
falsily In her application for the pur
ehaso of stato school land. '
Cftlebratlng Emancipation Day,
Huston, Tex., June 19, Tho negroes
of thi city and surrounding dlstrfcta
nre celcbrntlng KmnnrJpntlon Day In
a moro elaborate manner than usual.
Tho celebration will last two days and
has attracted several thoysand npgroes
fritn tho vicinity to this city, Tho
principal feature of today Is tho grand
Industrial street parado which will In
elmlo many floats, Illustrating' the ac-
pomplNhment of tho npgroes ns mer
chants, builders, manufacturers ' anil
tradesmen. .Many civic organisation
will be represented in thu parade. To
morrow's feature will be tho flower
parade. Emancipation park 1 tho great
rallying point for the two days' of 'tho
oelob'ntlon. Many prominent speakers
will address tho crowds nt tho park
Waco, Tex., Juno 19. Several thou
sand negroes from vtirlotn parts of the
state aro assembled hero to take purt
in tho gmitid celebration of Emancipa
tion day, which lion ln-en nrrnnget by
tho local. negroes. Among those who
Iirw como to this city aro many prow
inent negroes, many of whom will do
liver addresses In the eouroo of tho
O. O. P, dolddn JubUy,
Philadelphia, June 19. Ono of
most Intonating feature of the cold-
bratlon of the golden Jubilee of the
Republican party, now being held In
this city in connection with tbe na
tional convention of Itcpublicun clubs,
will bo the parmV this evening to com
in mn orate the campaign of Fremont
and Dayton, the first Kpubllean na
tional randldaU ever voted for,
Tho column will form en South
Broad street and tna.eli along Bread
street at 8 o'clock this evening. Thero
will be eight divisions and each will
represent the Republican elube and
orgauiratlontt of a Philadelphia scna
torlsl dlttrict under tbe new apportion-
men. Adjutant (iencral Thomas Stew
art will aet an (fund marshal of the
jubilee, parade end Governor Peso
packer, Bptnkor Cannon and tho mem
bers of the governor 'a staff will review
the parade. It N xpete() that ev
i-rnl thousand men will bo io Ike at
KwAered Y Iadiau.
LI Paso, Tex, Juno 19,-W, L. Slin.
kard, a railroad contractor, prominent
la tb 0eathwetf waa killed by Yajuin
In Sonera, Vexlto, whlfo working or
an exteaeloB o tic CjMMtear Yaqol
Klver & P18e read, mtr QuHyaiafl,
No details havo bn leaned.
Dr. J. f. Cooled
to 356 Utarty street, where
He WM met tM M u6 nw
pilkMs. Fr my &,
caNoiiDf. Ck. CmmM-