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rrcnXJIENT WEATHER FORECAST.
IIS TONIGHT AND FRIDAY, FRESH SOUTHERLY BREEZE.
AIL Y CAPITAL JOURNAL.
SALEM, OREGON, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1000.
OX WIN THIRD GAME OF SERIES
APITAL OF PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND BURNS
e Announces That Montana
rpolitics Will Be More Rot
ten Than Usual
Butte, Mont., Oct. 11. Millionaire
lelnze, who returned from New York
kst night, gave an Interview today
fhlch la expected to have a powerful
learing on the politics of the state,
pd result In the retirement from the
olltlcal arena of Senator Olark.
Ilelnze announces he Is for support
ing Kooseveu, anu sentung u xvu-
bubllcan senator and congressman,
lo Washington to stand by the Pres
ident In his anti-trust policy. As
lelnze's party In Montana Is anti
trust and Independent, and has re
peatedly determined the result of
Jhe state elections, his announcement
it Is believed will determine the po
litical complexion of Montana's
rampalgn, and mean the election of
Republican congressman and a Re
publican senator as successor to
Clark, whose term expires next year.
Affairs in Russia.
Lodz, Russia, Oct. 11. A number
pf terrorists were executed this
tiornlng after a drumhead court-
martial. No papers were published
oday. Troops patrol the main
itreets. A general strike Is in full
iwing, and there are a great many
PEOPLES BARGAIN HOUSE
Beautiful New, Fresh
Goods Now On Sale
In Every Department Throughout the Entire Establishment
Prices Away Down to Induce Quick Selling
The enormous volume of business wo are doing now would do
credit to, some of the big stores in Chicago or New York. Remem
ber, we are the leaders of low prices on first class merchandise. Do
The Store That Saves You Money
When you get our prices you will see how we save you money.
Here Is a list of beautiful goods to
NEU DRESS GOODS
rETTICOATS, 75c up
Ladles' LONG COATS
MNses" LONG COATS
LADIES' FINE SHOES
CHILDREN'S COATS .
ttilT 1 , . ,,.. A-,..-.
BAIJiKS FASTB8T GROWING 8TOK&,
Negro Says He Would Rather
.. mmmm . 4
Hang Than Be Standard
Chicago, Oct. 11. I'd rather hang
tomorrow than bo John D. Rocke
feller, said Daniel Frances, a negro,
today, as the death watch was placed
over him preparatory to his execu
tion tomorrow for the killing of his
wife and Dora Scroggs. He accused
the Scroggs woman of persuading
his wife to remain away from him,
which caused the double murder.
Cincinnati, Oct. 11. It is esti
mated that $4,000,000 damage was
done this morning to burley tobacco
in the 34 counties of Ohio, Kentucky
Bryan Is Talking.
Kansas City, Oct. 11. Bryan
spoke today at Lebanon, Springfield
and Monett and Joplln, Mo., and will
speak in six towns tomorrow.
Knit WOOL SHAWLS
Vice-Pres. Fairbanks Son
Skips Out With the Girl
Pittsburg, Pa., Oct. 11. A tele'
gram this morning to Mrs. James
Scott, of this city, from Stubenville,
O., read: "Frederick and I were
married here yesterday." Signed
"Nellie." It revealed the elopement
of Frederick Colo Fairbanks, son of
the vice-president, and Miss Nellie
Scott, daughter of Mrs. James Scott.
Miss Scott is oho of the most promi
nent and accomplished young Women
of the East End. a suburb of Pitts
burg. Objections by the vice-president
nnd Mrs. Fairbanks Is said to
bo the reason for the elopement.
Chicago, Oct. 11. Warren C.
Fairbanks, son of the vice-president,
when informed by the Scrlpps' News
of his brother's elopement, was sur-
WM. WALLACE GRAHAM, Violinist
STUDIO AT BALDWIN RESIDENCE, 14it COURT STREET,
. . MONDAYS ONLY. ARRANGEJIENTS FOR LESSONS CAN BE
! ! MADE BY PHONE OR IN PERSON AT STUDIO. EN8AMBLE
prised. Ho said he never heard of
Miss Scott, and did not know of his
brother's contemplated marriage.
Tho bridegroom Is aged 20.
Some Idaho Accidents.
Boise, Idaho, Oct. 11. A chapter
of four rather peculiar accidents
were reported hero yesterday. Last
night Fredrick Thompson, son of W.
H. Thompson, n contractor on tho re
clamation project, was riding a horse
which fell dead. Tho animal fell over
on Thompson, tho pommel of the sad
dle catching the young man in the
stomach. It is thought ho will die.
W. E. Pierce, a roal estate man,
was driving, leading a horse behind
the buggy. The led anlmnl became
frightened at a street car, and
jumped Into tho buggy. Mr. Plorco
was badly hurt In tho back, but his
Injuries are not dangerous.
Mrs. J, W. Parker, of Meridin,
with a party of ten women and chil
dren were driving into town yester
day afternoon. Tho mules attached
to the wagon frightened at a band of
sheep, wheeled, turning the wagon
over. Mr3. Parker sustained a brok
On Succor creek a man named
Richards threw'a lariat' on a calf.
The rope got a half-hitch on his
thumb and pulled It eff: .
North Carolina Lumbermen's Con--vention.
Charleston, S. C. Oct. 11. Tho
North Carolina Pine association,
'composed of lumber and the allied
trades and representing the bulk or
the lumber 'output in Virginia and
the Carolinas held its annual meet
ing In the assembly rooms of the
Commercial club her today. There
was a very large attendance. Ad
dresses were delivered by former
Governor Aycock, of Carolina; Gov
ernor Heywood, of South Carolina;
Senator John H. Tillman, Hoke
Smith and John Temple Greene.
During the proceedings it -transpired
that firms connected with the
association cut no less than 3,000,
000,000 feet of timber during the
The Joko on Smith.
Hlnlon, W. Va Oct. 11. As a
result of a joke on his wife. Charles
Smith, mayor of a little town called
Brooklyn, near here, Is believed to
be dying, and Mrs. Smith Is also
probably fatally wounded. Smith
had Albert Medley dress as a woman
and call him out to the gate. Mrs.
Smltb, angered by jealou7. Bot ber
husband through the stomach ana
lung, and then shot herself.
Chicago, Oct. il. -Wheat, ti tf
14, corn 42tf4lK. oats 343S
Consumption Fastens On
Bank Clerk No Good for
Detroit, Mich., Oct. 11. Mon
tague C. Rolls, a bank clerk, whose
wife is the daughter of President Mc
Gregor, of the Home Savings Bank,
of this city, discovered that ho had
tuberculosis and agreed to separate
from his wife, she to have the 3-yoar-old
son. The woman recently Inher
ited a fortune. She paid Rolls $10,
000 to permit her to retain the child.
Rolls had taken the child, nnd told
Us mother she musi pay $20,000,
but, compromised on $10,000.
, It Cannot He Done.
Washington, Oct. 11. Represen
tatlvo negroes of the South, on be
half of their race, have complained
in Mm Intnrafntn pnmmopm fnmtvila
slon of the use by railroads pf tho
South of "jlm crow" cars for inter
state passengers, and have requested
tho commission to Investiuate tho
subject, and on the development of
tho facts to Issue an order compel!
ling tho railroads not to discriminate
against negroes on account of thoir
Tho petition Is signed by Thomas
Oliver and W. P. Johnson, of Mlsalss
Ippl, and about a doren other ne
groes. It says In pert:
"Under present conditions colored
Interstate passengers are denied
equal privileges wuh white porsonB.
Colored Interstate passengers aro
compelled by the railways of tho
South to rldo In what aro commonly
known as "jlm crow" cars, which
aro usually filthy and uucomfortnble,
and are denied the rluht to eat In
railway dining cars and occupy
berths In sleeping cars because of
their color; all of which is a viola
tion of the Hepburn railroad rato
regulation law passed at tho recent
session of congress."
I Findlay, 0 Oct. 11. Judge Bank
er this morning admitted as evldenco
the New Jersey charter of Standard
Oil Company after the conclusion of
the argument In which Attorney
General Elliott appeared against Vir
gil Kline. Tho jury was called In
and the state's attorneys read tho
records of the New Jorsey corpora
tion to tho jurors.
Will Meet at Denver.
Washington, Oct. 11. -A coranyt
teo of tho wholesale druggists asso
ciation unanimously reported this
morning in favor of Denver next
September for the next convention.
Ridge, Wyo Oct. 11. In a head
on collision on tho Union Pacific En
gineer Strong and Fireman Kelley
and Head Brakeroan Meyers, all of
Laramie, Wyoming, were killed.
Head Brakeman Slrams was fatally
hurt. All traffic Is stopped. An uni
dentified tramp, riding on the brake
beams, was killed.
President Itecelyrs Banker. .
Washington, Oct. 11. The mem
bers of the American Bankers asso
ciation who are holding an Import
ant conference hre were received at
the white house tfaki afternoon at 3
o'clock by the President.
Pretty Little City Becomes a
Roaring Furnace of
Halifax, Nova Scptln, Oct. 11.
Summerslde, tho capital of Prince
Edward Island, Is In flames this
morning, and appears to bo doomed.
It hns a population of C000. Tho fire
started at tho railway depot on tho
water front, fnnned by a gale, and
In an hour nnd a half the town was
n roaring furnace. All tho surround
ing town aro rushing to her aid. Loss
of life Is feared.
Hood River Labor Famine.
Hood RIvor, Or., Oct. 11. Lnbor
is at such a premium at Hood Riv
er that prominent fruit growing con-
corns needing men aro sondlng emis
saries around offering employes of
i anchors on others higher wages, In
ordor to got them to desert their em
ployers. Although 150 Japanese
have been shipped Into Hood River
recontly to pick apples and work In
tho sawmills, there Is such a dearth
of men that tho applo crop Is men
aced, and It lnbor of uomo kind Is
not sooi found It may mean a serious
loss to applo growers. Whlta labor
Is preferred to Japanese, but It Is
Imposslblo to get It at present nt any
price, and for this reason a good
many brown mon. havo been put to
As tho lumber mills nre in as great
need of men as tho fruit growers,
tho Elppa Orchnrd Company, which
owns n mill In tho upper Mount Hood
district, Is sntd to bo sendlni: men
about taking their npplo-plckera
away from thorn. One apple-grower
says that whilo ho was away from
homo thuy went to his orchnrd and
prevailed on his men to strike, and
that other Japancso In the neighbor
hood, hearing thoy could get mora
money from tho orchnrd company's
mill, also quit.
Thoro is considerable feeling ovor
tho innUor, and growers nro denounc
ing tho mcthodR of tho Elppa people
Tho orchard company says that it la
a caso of supply and demand, and if
they nro willing to pay moro money
than tho ranchers, they uro ontltlcd
to tho men.
B - i i
Killed by Street Car.
Salt Lake, Oct. 11. Judge C. W.
Dennett, for many years ono of tho
leading mining attorneys in Utah,
was killed this morning by a street
f i ...I
Froze to Death in Ohio,
Cleveland, 0 Oct. 11. John
Recso, a veteran of tho Civil War,
who lived alono, and who had no flro
in his house, froze to death last
night. Ho Intended to start for tho
soldiers' homo today.
Evelyn Is Hplic-d.
Newport, R. I., Oct. 11. Miss Ev
elyn Bright and M. A. Sands were
married today. It is the event of tho
fall scasno for tho four hundred.
England's elite were represented.
Snow Storm In New York.
Rqcheater, N. Y Oct. 11. Heavy
snow fell ovor most of the state
last night, and wires and tree are
Mrs. Davis Sick.
New York, Oct. 11. Mrs. Jeffer
son Davis' Illness Is regarded as seri
ous, as her cold has failed to yield
P. E. Newberry
GKAUUATK CHICAGO MU8ICAL
COLLHGK, PUPIL OF RUDOLPH
GANZ, TWO YXAJW WITH WIL
LAMRTTkE UXIVJOWITY, HA
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hours to i5. jwtmmmmvim
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Three to One-Odds Offered
That They Will Win
Chicago, Oct. 11. Tho Bklos aro
bright today. Tho weather is cold,
but warmer than yesterday, and it
was almost comfortable by tho tlmo
tho gamo won called.
Ueforo tho gamo odds of 3 to 2
woro offered that tho Cubs would
win tho sorlcs, and 5 to 3 that tho
Cubs would win today. Takors
wero many, but cautious.
Dnttcrjes Sox, Walsh and Sulll
vnn; Cubs, Pfolster and Kllng. Samo
lineup as yestorday, except tho bat
teries. First Inning Sox 0, Cubs 0.
Socond Sox 0, Culm 0.
Thlid Sox 0, Cubs 0.
Fourth Sox 0, Quba 0.
Fifth Sox 0, Cubs 0.
Sixth Sox 3, Cuba 0, J
Sovonth Sox 0, Culm 0.
Eighth Sdx 0, Culm 0.
Ninth Sox- 0, Cubs 0.
Flnnl Sox 3, Cubs 0.
Cruiser California Tried Today.
Santa Ilarbara, Oct. 11. Today
tho crulsor California will prohnbly
bo sent on her four-hour ondurancio
run, which Is rcnlly tho principal
tost of tho trial series. Tho stand
ardizing trlalB Tuesday demonstrated
that tho California is tho spoodlost
ship of her class, nnd It now remains
to bo soon whether sho enn maintain
tho required speed for four coIibocu
tlvo hours. Tho vessel reeled off tho
knots so easily during the runs ovor
tho measured mllo courso, howovor,
that neither her builders nor tho
nnvy mon havo any doubts of hor
ability to mcot the flnnl endurnncu
Tho standardization trlnls deter
mined tho number of revolutions of
hor engines necessary to send hor
nlong at tho rate of 22, knots, elim
inating tho tldu and currontH. Tho
California will not havo actually to
maintain a spued of 22 knots during
tho four-hour test, but her anginas
must turn over at tho required num
ber of revolutions. This method
eliminates wind nnd tide allowances,
which nro vory dlnlcult to cotnputo
on tho long course.
For tho five high-speed runs yes
terday tho new cruiser averaged a
half a knot moro than tho required
speed, tho fastest run being at tho
rato of nearly 23 knots an hour.
Hurt During Pirn nt Eciio.
Echo, Or., Oct. J 1. Last night at
11 o'clock tho Ilrundago harbor shop
and rcsldenco woro destroyed by fire.
Tho total loss is $3000. Charted
Heffenor was struck by a Hying water
tank and both feet crushed, and ha
is probably fatally Injured, though
standing fully 1C0 feet away. He
had recontly returned from Alaska.
Tho oxploslon is supposed to havo
been caused by a gasoline tank,
Killed by an Explosion.
Now York, Oct. 11. Tureo men,
two of them construction foremen,
were killed in the Pennsylvania tun
nel by an explosion this morning, and
a dozou wero badly Injured. Tho
woodwork caught fire immediately,
making tho escape of tho thrco men
"Tho ordinary' roan must fool
funny when ho is Introduced to roy
"Ob. I don't know. I met four
kings once and J fH fr from fun
ny." Dallas Morning News.
Dr. J. F. COOK
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