Daily capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1903-1919, October 12, 1906, Image 1

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ORK'S
ROOSTING
PLACE
l-d Gives All His Left-uver
Goods to the Williams
Family
Washington, April 12. Triplets
Ipeared at the home of Jos. F.
illlams, and each was given tho
liddle name of Roosevelt. . Theo-
bre Roosevelt Williams is dead,
Lt the sisters are thriving. Elgh-
fen children have come to tho Wil
ms home in 17 years.
Broinvcr Murder Trinl.
Toms River, N. J., Oct. 12. Tho
tate rested its case today. Dr.
Washington testified that Mrs. Brou-
tar, in his opinion, died of arsenic
jolsonlng. The first witness for Dr.
srouwer was Miss Stella McClanna-
lan, who said she was the governess
or the Brouwer children. She was
lever treated by the doctor in any
lay to arouse Mrs. Brouwer's jeal-
lusy. ane saiu an uieir relations
rere proper.
AVnnt to Leave Mexico.
San Diego, Oct. 12. Four head
nen of the Russian colony, located
It Guadalupe Valley, Lower Califor
nia, are here today for tho purpose
If withdrawing tho colony from
lexico and coming to California',
rhero'aro about 200 in tho colony
Ind 30,000 are waiting to come.
CAGO
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 we aro doing now would do
credit to some of the big stores in Chicago or Now York. Remem
ber, wo are tho leaders of low prices on first class merchandise. Do
your trading.
The Store That Saves You Money
When you get our prices you will see how wo savo you money.
Here is a list of beautiful goods to select frem:
FINE SILKS
jaides' Dresa
NEW DRESS GOODS
rETTICOATS, 75c up
Ladies' LONG COATS
LADIES' FINE SHOES
Misses' LONG COATS
CHILDREN'S
GIRL'S SHOES
CHILDREN'S COATS
BOYS' SHOES
LADIES' SUITS
MEN'S SHOES
SILK PETTICOATS
klLK WAISTS !
Loldes' UHderwear
Chlldrtti's
PINE MILLINERY
Mea'a UNDKRDEAR
FANCY FEATHERS
Boys' UNDERWEAR
OSTRICH FEATHBR&
LADIBS' HOSIERY
CHILDREN'S HATS
CttBdren's
CHILDREN'S CAPS
MEN'S CLOTHING
INEFURS
BOYS' CXOTHTXS
gAuw'g fastt awownra mors.
iMOUNT
! PELEE
BUSY
West India Volcano Reported
to Be in a State of
Eruption
Ouadeloups, French West Indies,
Oct. 12. Mount Pelee is in eruption
and ashes were blown to this Island.
There Is no sign of eruption of
Soufrlere, tho volcano on this island.
lt-mnrlinblr Gcciginn Choir.
. Atlanta, Ga., Oct. 12. At tho
state fair in Piedmont park here
today, over 5,000 voices composed
a grand chorus that sung a number
of well known old songs of tho
south. Before the fair closes to
morrow night the tw'A chorus w.il
sing "Home, Sweet Home." Tho
musical portion ot the proceedings
was al-ly manured by Prof. A. J.
Showalter of Dalton. Among the
man;' amusements and novelties nt
tho fair were some pyrotechnical dis
plays by Paine, one representing a
head-on collision between two en
gines. Tho fair has been the most
successful of its kind held for a
number of years.
Sugar Is Cheaper.
New York, Oct. 12. All grades of
refined sugar were reduced ten cents
per hundred pounds today.
STORE
SKIRTS , OUTI NO FLANNELS
Knit WOOL SHAWLS
SILK UMBRELLAS
SHOES
CORSETS
LADIES' BELTS
DOMESTICS
TABLE LINENS
BLANKETS
Underwear
COMFORTS
SHOPPING BAGS
RIBBONS
KU GLOVES
HOSIERY
DRESS TRIMMINGS
STANDARD Pattens
NOTIONS
HORSES
WRECKED
STAGE
Ran Away Down Steep Mo.un-
tain Road-Passengers All
Crippled
Oroville, Cal., Oct. 12. Four
horses attached to the Madeline
Lakeview stage in Modoc county,
ran away with tho stage on a stoop
mountain road. At the bottom of a
sleep incline they ran into n dry
creek, filled with great boulders. Tho
stage was demolished and tho pas
sengers thrown out. Threo of tho
people were badly hurt, one prob
ably fatally. Tho injured aro Thos;
Fluke, expected to die; C. Henderson
McCall, severely Injured, and Miss
Fluke, J. Fluke W. H. Dick and Al
bert Olsen, badly bruised.
Many New Towns for Minnesota.
St. Paul, Minn., Oct. 12. Be
tween Evarts, S. D.. and Butte,
Mont., tho St. Paul rallrond has up
wards of soventy stations, and it 1b
expected that when tho Pacific const
extension Is finished a now town will
be established about every ten miles,
some of which must eventually de
velop Into important places of com-
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WM, WALLACE GRAHAM, Violinist ii
J STUDIO AT BALDWIN RESIDENCE, 143 COURT STREET, 1 1
' ' MONDAYS ONLY. ARRANGEMENTS FOR LESSONS CAN BE j
I ; MADE BY PHONE OR IN PERSON AT STUDIO. ENSAMBLE
; ALSO GIVEN.
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mercial activity. The offect will bo
ultimately to give tho road tho bonc
flt of a great local traffic, which tho
railroads have come to understand,
pays to foster and build up ns tho
most profitable source of Income
they can have.
DRANK
POISONED
MILK
Findlay, O., Oct. 12. Fourteen
children at the county orphan's homo
are critically ill from drinking in
fected milk. Two are dying, and sev
eral may not recover. Officials aro
conducting a strict Investigation
with tho intention to prosecute to
the fullest extent the persons guil
ty of supplying tho milk,
SKIPPED
WITH THE
MONEY
Now York, Oct. 12. It Is reported
Silvelra la accused of sailing away
with one to two millions, mostly be
longing to Ceballos & Co., and that
he is in New York. It Is thought ho
will be apprehended quickly if horo.
Assignee Rowe. of the Ceballos Arm,
refuses to discuss the matter.
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Tennessee's Crops Badly Damaged,
Memphis, Tenn., Oct 12. Owing
to the recent incessant rains, Irre-
palrable damage has been caused to
all crops in Tennessee, especially In
the eastern districts. The commli-
sioner of the department of agricul-
ture reports that the rain altogether
prevented the proper planting of
wheat, while the corn crop, an 1m-
portant one Ja this state, baa been
knocked flat and la rating on the
ground. To add to the unfavorable
outlook, the cottoa seeds are sprout-
ing in the balls.
Fran-
Hanged a Negro.
Chicago, Oct. 12. DaBiel
els, the- negro,
was
kastrsd at 11
-.i.b- fau BAnliie for killing hla
if- ..d nora Scrota. wheal he ae-
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STANDS
BY SAINT
CARNEGIE
President of St. Andrew's
ollege Says "Fonetik"
Spelling is "It"-
St Andrews. Scotland. Oct. On
thoopenlng of St. Andrews Univer
sity for the winter season today,
Pre: Ident James Donaldson said ho
core ially favored phonetic spelling
and declared reformed spelling would
save millions of wasted hours of la
bor' and irritating vexations. He
claimed it would advance the spread
of the English language more than
anything else, because It would ro
move tho greatest obstacle to learn
ing it.
Hill Lets Contracts.
Tacoma, Wash., Oct. 12. Con
tracts have boon let and work will
sooh begin on the Pasco cut-off, the
new Portland & Seattlo lino from
Pasco to Spokane. When completed
lt will give the Portland & Seattlo,
the joint road of the Great Northern
and tho Northern Pacific, n direct
and short route from Spokano to
Portland.
Tho Pasco cut-off will run about
14 utiles east qf tho present lino of
the Northern Pacific, paralleling tho
latter between Pasco and Spoknne.
It will avoid all heavy grades, being
built In conformity with tho north
bank line, whoso heaviest grado Is
three-tenths of 1 per cent. It will
provide the Northern Pacific and tho
Croat Northern with virtually n
double track between Spokane nnd
Pasco.
SORE AT
UNCLE
SAMUEL
Havana, Oct. 12. Agitation
against tho United States has been
started actively by tho moderates.
J They denounce the provlslonnf gov
ernment generally, and charge that
.intervention was tho result of tho
sugar and tobacco trusts.
I Havana, Oct. 12. Tho moderates
havo changed the name to National
Republicans, and havo called a na
tional mass meeting for November
9th. Tho Liberals aro recommend
ing candidates for office.
Big Reducing Plant for Mexico.
Parral, Mex., Oct. 12. Tho 1,000
ton reducing mill, which a 'syndicate
operating here are about to erect,
will make large quantities of low
grade orea in Mexico available. At
the present time the hoisting ot
every ton of low grado ore means a
dead loss. Still it has to be hoisted,
as it is Impos'fcle to get out the high
grade shipping oro without milling
the low grade stuff at the same time
Now, with the new plant, all can be
made available,
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Boycott Lifted,
Hong Kong, Oct 12. The boycott
oa Aaserlcaa goods baa been recalled
and as a result the viceroy released
three ringleader of the movement,
Ah eaorBaoaa crowd greeted the pris
oners ai me prison gates, cxioiums
'their conduct sad tendered them a
llHHEbeOB.
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Cajmea as tw.
SfrlagtJeld, HI., Oct. JJ.
ker
Caaaea Is coalaed to his betel by a
severe es4d. A Bayskiaa Is la at-
GIVEN
GREAT
OVATION
Chicago Base Ball Fans Grow
Wild When Teams Enter
the Grounds
Chicago, Oct. 12. Fans besieged
tho gates at 11 o'clock, 7000 trying
to buy tickets as soon as tho gates
opened at noon. Tho teams camo in
nt 1:30. Tho rooters woro most vo
ciferous, nnd more numerous than
nt any gnmo of tho series in thotr
greeting. Tho air wua balmy. Rhoo
was given tho greatest wolcomo of
any player. George Davis, who Is
out on account of sickness, warmed
up with tho Sox, eliciting yollB from
tho crowd that Roho bo kept in
Davis' plnco. Hnhn, with his brok
en noso patched up, plays today.
Davis Is at short, Rhoo at third,
Tannehill on tho bench, Tho bat
teries are Brown nnd Kllng; Altrock
nnd Sullivnn. Tho nttoudnnco Is
17,000. y
First inning Cubs 0, Sox 0.
Second Cubs 0; Sox 0.
Third Cubs 0, Sox 0.
Fourth Cubs 0, Sox 0.
"Fifth Cubs 0, Sox 0.
Sixth Cubs 0, Sox '0.
Sovonth Cubs 1, Sox 0,
Eighth Cubs 0, Sox 0i
Ninth Cubs 0, Sox 0.
Final score Cubs 1, Sox 0.
Jewish Colony for Now York,
New York, Oct. 12. Arrange
ments archieing mado for tho forma
tion of a Jewish colony In Nassau
county, this stato, to bo composed
of Jows from tho cast side of Man
hattan. Tho colonizing schemo wnn
started somo years ago among Rou
manian Jows, nnd $10,000 wcro paid
Into the treasury of tho colonizers,
but It waB found that a clear title to
somo land selected could not bo se
cured nnd tho project fell through.
It Is proposed to havo a market
placo in tho now colony, nnd work
shops and stores of all kinds will
bo built. Tho colony will bo com
posed of Jews of all nationalities.
Educational Movement In TeiiiieM-e.
Rnlolgh Springs, Tenn., Oct. 12.
A big educational rally took pluco
horo today, tho attendance bolng es
timated at 8,000, which included
local officials of tho city and county.
school officials and persons promi
nently Identified in education. Tho
principal speakers woro Mr. J. S,
Myndors of Nashville, stato superin
tendent of education, and Profeuior
Claxton. Several important oduca
tlonal matters woro discussed. Music
and a barbecue woro provided for tho
occasion.
Lieutenant General Retires.
Washington, Oct. 12. Generals
Corbln and McArthur retiro from the
army today on being appointed Llou-
tenant Qeuerals. On March tho 19th
last, tho House pased a hill abolish
Ing the grado of lieutenant general
In the army, but agreed to the Qros
venor amendment, which waB to the
effect that the bill would not become
effective before today. This was
done to enable the two gonerals
mentioned to be promoted before
their retirements.
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Invaded the Docks.
Portland, Oct. 12, A mob of 60
armed strikers invaded three of the
grain docks this morning, and bul
lied aad threatened the non-union
men who were at work. No blows
were struck. '
F. E. Newberry
GRADUATK CHICAGO MUSICAL
COLLBOK, PUPIL OF RUDOLPH
OANZ. TWO YKAK0 WITH WIL
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Goes to Sleep During Con
versations and Will Not
Obey Doctors
London', Oct. 12. It Is roportod
tho pope's condition is very gravo.
Plus ln,snld to bo mifforlng from n
complication ot diseases, and it In
raporto-1 that ho is in n precarious
condition. It is understood ho has
fainting spells, nnd frequently falls
asleep during conversations. Ho ro
fuses utterly to obey his physiclnns.
Tho .Standard Trial Farce.
Findlay, O., Oct 12. Tho stato Is
today trying to show tho connection
between tho Standard pn Its Bubsi
dlary companies, Tho Ohio and Man
hattan Oil Compnulcs, tho Buckeye
plpo lino and Solar Refining Com
pany nro involved, the records ot
oaqh bolng presented in nn effort to
show Hint ouo man controls all.
Tho court rocordB, showing tho
transfers of land to tho Stnudard,
woro read in court this morning, ns
pnrt of tho ovidenco ot tho existence
of a trust.
Deputy Oil Inspector Sliafor, of
this city said tho Standard has n dis
tributing station on property bought
of F. L. McMnmift. Tho stato la
trying to bIiow by Shnfor'H testimony
that tho relations of tho Solnr Ro
fining Company with tho Standard
woro too cIobo to pormlt competition,
although tho two aro ostensibly com
petitors. Tho stato scored heavily against
tho Standard today, nnd established
rolntlous between tho sonp oil pur
chasing agency and tho Stnndard. It
showed thero wan no competition In
Findlay between tho Standard nnd
Solar roflnorles. J. C. Seops, locni
purchasing agent, whoso offlco Is
with tho Duckoyo Plpo Llnotestlflud
ho received Information of credit bal
ances over tho prlvnto linen ot tho
Buckoyo Co. Tho stato Is contend
ing this ndinlsslon proves tho orig
inal trust agreement Ih ntlll In forco.
Adjourned until Mondny morning.
Prnlmbly n Campaign Lie.
Ponnynn, N. Y Oct. 12. Hughes
arrived today on bin cnmpalgn in
Yates nnd Sonaca counties, whoro big
meetings woro hold. Many old men,
life-long Domocrnts, greeted Hughoa
nt his hotel reception, nssurlng him
of their support. HughbH thlnkod ho
gained ninny votos by tho Tammany
Hurst deal on tho New York ju
diciary ticket.
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California's Trial Trip.
Santa Barbara, Cal., Oct. 12.-
Tho board is awaiting ad vices from
tho navy department at Washington
regarding tho Union Iron Works'
request that tho onduranco trial ot
the California bo held off Han Fran
cisco on account of tho injury to her
engines, Members of Hio board ex
press tho opinion that the request
be granted.
IntercMlng Celebration in Texan.
Waco, Tex., Oct. 12. The annual
"Waco Day" festival took 'Place here
today with the usual celebrations
and ceremonies. Fadgltt park.
wbero the carnival was held, pre
sented a pretty sight when proceed
ings wore in full swing. Bands, en
tertainments, and shows were in
abundance, and the attendance from
all parts of Texas was very large.
Nevada Htsgti Robber.
ToHopah, Ney., Oct. 12. -The
Round Mountain tar,o robber Is
till at large. Two posses are purau-
Ing him. The amount stolen, claimed
to he about J6000, is not verified,
but It la known that at least 1800
are gone,
Dr. J. P. COOK
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