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rERNMENT WEATHER FORECAST.
IN TONIGHT; SUNDAY, RAIN, COOLER.
AIL Y CAPITA L JOURNAL.
SALEM, OREGON, SATURDAY, OCTOI1ER IS, 100(1.
EATH RIDES ON RUNAWAY CAR
IFTEEN THOUSAND EIGHT FOR ADMISSION
iperor uuaras Fraulein
Krupp Fearing She Will
Issen, Germany, OOct. 13. Fear-
the assassination of Fraulein
lupp before her marriage to Lieu-
fant Von.Hohlen Monday, the elis
or Is guarding the Krupp man-
as carefully as his own palace.
le bride will present a quarter of a
Won dollars to the pension fund
the Kruppe works.
Essen, Oct. 13. Although the re
gions ceremony of the marriage of
Irtha Krupp to Von Bohlen Is set
Monday, the civil ceremony was
Irformed today. The couple are
&w really married, the civil cere-
bny being legally binding.
Mexico Sends 2,000 Soldiers
to Overawe the Incipient
Laredo, Texas, Oct. 13. Two
thousand Mexican troops have been
sent to the border near Rio Grande
City, where- two leaders of the revo
lutionists have been arrested by
American officials. It Is thought
there are many other rebels In the
vicinity. A representative of the
Mexican government Is present at
the trial now In progress.
San Francisco Organizes Com
mittee of Safety to
.Chicago Turns out Tremen
dous Crowd to See To
The Pope Is Well.
Rome, Oct. 13. The pope re
ived many visitors today, and the
itlcan declares the pope Is in per-
ct health. Grouard, apostolic dele-
Ito to Athabasca, N. W. T., was
Dong the callers.
Pcleo Is Quiet.
Now York, Oct. 13. The French
Ible Company today denies the re-
rted eruption of Pelee, and says
volcano Is quiet.
El Paso, Tex., Oct. 13. Every
member of the Brotherhood of Rail
way Clerks of the Atlantic system
and the Southern Pacific, from El
Paso to New Orleans, Is on a strike
this morning. The clerks ask 10 per
cent Increase in wages, and pay for
over time, and recognition of the
PEOPLES BARGAIN HOUSE
eautif til New, Fresh
ioods Now On Sale
In Every Department Throughout the Entire Establishment
Prices Away Down to Induce Quick Selling
The enormous volume of business we are doing now would do
credit to some of tho big stores In Chicago or New York. Remem-
Iber, 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 select frem:
San Francisco, Oct. 13. A prelim
inary great mass meeting of tho citi
zens was held this afternoon to form
a committee of public safety. Tho
committee on chairman met this
morning to select a. chairman, whoso
duty it would be to name a commit
tee of 100. The plan in general was
also Informally discussed, and May
or Gallagher's position considered,
he having declared that ho would
not permit the committee on safety
to usurp police powers. There seems
to bo a division of sentiment among
the leaders of tho mevement: some
advocating vigorous measures, which
some affect to believo means lynch
ing the thugs when caught: while
others stand for coalition with the
police. It can bo safely predicted,
however tho lntter nlan will win. na
only a very smnll minority favor a
vjgllnnt organization such as ruled
and cleaned up tho city in tho dnys
of the gold excitement. Tho deter
mination of the committee on safety
to Investigate the alleged collusion
of police with the thugs is unshaken,
and It Is claimed that evldonco In
proof of this has already been se
cured. The protection of resorts fre
quented by crooks, is also bolng
looked, Into. Offers of financial sup
port In tho movement to rid the city
of thugs are coming from many parts
of tho state, Fresno, Eureka, Sacra
mento, San Jose and Santa Cruz al
ready having .been heard from.
II The series of championship
.Banies botWPOn Mio KnMnnnls
represented by tho Cubs, and Vho
Americans, by the Whlto Socks,
has played four games to date,
with the following scores
First Sox 1, Cubs 0.
Second Sox 1, Cubs 7.
Third Sox 3, Cubs 0.
1 Fourth Sox 0, Cubs 1.
Chicago, Oct. 13. Offers of out
side cities for tho seventh gnmo have
'ecji declined. Tho national com
mlFsIon at tho close of today's gamo
will toss a coin to decido at which
park In Chicago the seventh gnmo
will be played, If the seventh Is necessary.
Chicago, Oct. 13. It is balmy
weather with bright sunshine. Tho
htt'if holiday caused 'on incrcaso in at
tendance and enthusiam in tho gnmo
this afternoon. Rooters, carrying all
sorts of noise makers fought for an
entrance to every car headed for tho
The gates were closed at 1:30, af
ter 25,000 had Jammed In, and 10,
000 were turned down, who wore
fighting to reach tho ticket window.
Newspaper men. for whom n special
ato was provided, fought for half
an hour to get through tho crowd
Tho roar from tho rooters drowned
all other sounds. Tho board of trado
rooters had live bear cubs on the
One Killed, Four Badly Man
gled and Fifteen Others
Los Angeles, Oct. 13. A Brook
lyn avenuo car rnn awny on 'a steep
curvo this morning, on account of
tho brakes failing to work, Jumped
tho track nml ovorturned, killing W.
A. Bonnott underneath It. It Injured
over n scoro of the GO passengers on
Tho car was racing mndly along,
and when It reached tho curvo it
took the first curve, but at tho ro
verso It flew tho track and over
turned. II. C. Bowdcrs, the motor
man, staid at his post, but passongors
hanging onto tho enr Jumped. Bar-'
rett was killed outright, C. A. Catt-!
Ictt, badly bruised and crushed; N,
II. Frcltnge, right leg crushed so
badly that amputation will bo neces
sary; Mary Murray, chest crushed
and head bruised producing concus
sion of the brnln; Mrs. LIUlo Ilrcnde,
crushed, and nt least 1G others hurt,
but not so seriously.
Insane Farmer Kills Wife and
Six Children Then Com
Newport, Tonn.. Oct. 13. Ohnl
bum Mintooth, aged 57, and ono of
tho most prominent fnrmors lit this
neighborhood, today murdorcd Ills
wlfo and four chlldron, fatally In
jured two other children nml com
mitted suicldo by cutting his thront.
All tho ovldonco shows Mintooth
went suddenly Insane Tho mur
ders woro committed with an nx, ho
training his wlfo nml children.
THE ANGELUS, RestawS'Baonery
REGULAR DINNER 25c MEALS, LUNCHES. ETC., 10c AXI) UP
Fresh Oysters, Refreshments, Homo-Mndo Candles nntl Pastry
nhinyfi on hand. Fresh dally.
Open from O n. in. to 12 p. m. 170-Commercial St. Phono 38.
NEW DRESS GOODS
Ladies' LOXG COATS
Mu..' LOXG COATS
Aides' Dress SKIRTS OUTING FLANNELS
PETTICOATS, 75c up
IiADlES' FINE SHOES
Knit WOOL SHAWLS
SILK UMBRELLAS .
J Toms River, N. J Oct. 13. Dr.
John .Vurshall, continued his testi
mony lu tho Brouwer caso this morn
ing, showing the minuto quantities
of arsenic found In tho various parts
of tho dead woman's body might
have been from tho embalming fluid.
He said bo found arsenic In tho
brain, while arsenic administered in
life, some time before death, would
not be found In tho brain.
' Toms River, Oct. 13. Tho court
adjourned until Monday, Marshall,
(who was still on the stand, as a wit
ness, was Instructed by the court
Albuquerque, N. M., Oct. 13. Tho
severest earthquake In months wns
felt at Cocorro yestorday. It lasted
ton minutes. Slight shocks were felt
at tho same time hero.
Knnsas City, Ma., Oct. 13. Judgo
Wooford, for 20 yearn criminal Judgo
horo, this morning In sentencing u
prlsonor for burglary, tmld: "You
nro what Ib called tho under dog. I'm
for tho under dog all tho tlmo. I
consldor Rockofellor an undor dog,
hocnuso ovorybody Jumps on him. , I
don't know him, but think ho Is tho
most nbiiBCd man in tho country."
Caused by tho Fog.
Tlvoli, N. Y., Oct. 13. Ono man
was drowned, ono is missing nml six
passengers Injured in a collision this
morning botweon tho stenmor Adi
rondack and Snratoga, on tho Hud
son river, In a fog.
grounds as mascots. Jones says If
Walsh wins today ho will use Altrock
tomorrow nnd Welsh again Monday.
He says ho Is hardup for a shortstop,
nolther Davis nor Tnnnohlll being in
shape. Tho bntterles aro Walsh nnd
Sullivan; Ruelbach and Kllng.
As the tlmo for play approached
tho crowd unable to get In Increased
Tannehlll was put In at short and
Rhoo nt third. Tho Cubs entered tho
field lending two big black bears,
which snapped and snarled amusing
First Inning Box 1, Cubs 3.
Second Sox 0, Cubs 0.
Third Sox 1, Cubs 0 .
Fourth Sox 4, Cubs 1.
Fifth Sox 0, Cuba 0.
Sixth Sox 1, CubH 2.
Seventh Sox 0, Cubs 0.
Eighth Sox 0, Cubs 0,
Ninth Sox 0, Cubs 0.
Final score Sox 7, Cubs C
Get One Cheaper
IF YOU DKHIRi: A DIAMOND RING, AND MOST HEADEItH
LONG FOR ONE, YOU HAD BETTER HIT UP AND TAKE NOTICE
THAT DR. II. E. WRIOHT, THE FAMOUS PAINLESS DENTIST, IH
GOING TO WIVE ONE AWAY FREE TO ONE OF HIS PATIENTS
ON JANUARY 1, 1007. IT 18 WORTH $123 AND CAN HE SEEN IN
ISARK'H 1VINDOW ON STATE STREET.
SALEM'S FASTEST GEO WING STOKE.
IfPVflV RDAC Corn of Coaaer
WC f U I DltUd. cbl sa Cowt Struts
MSfHUSm iSImS-HMlf HHISJHBIHHttf IS!
WM. WALLACE GRAHAM, Violinist
STUDIO AT BALDWIN RESIDENCE, 143 COURT STREET,
MONDAYS ONLY. ARRANGEMENTS FOR LESSONS CAN BE ! !
MADE BY PHONE OR IN PERSON" AT STUDIO. ENSAMBLE ! !
ALSO GIVEN. I
not to consult with attorneys for the
defense during the recess,
F: E. Newberry
GRADUATE CHICAGO MUSICAL
COLLEGE, PUPIL OF RUDOLPH
GANZ, TWO YEARS WITH WIL
LAMETTE UNIVERSITY, nAS
OPENED MUSIC STUDIO, HOOOMS
0 AND 10 IS I. O. O. F. TEMPLE.
HOURS 0 TO S. BUSINESS HOURS
Millions for Charity.
London, Oct. 13. Today tho wid
ow of tho late Sam Lewis Hill died,
necessitating tho distribution of his
estate, which, according to the will
oi iiiu icsiuiur, leaves iu,uuu,vuu lo
Dr. J. P. COOK
MOVED TO ! LIBERTY STREET,
WHERE IDS WILL MEET ALL OLD
AND TEW FATHSNTS. FOR ANY
DISEASE CALL ON DR. COOK.
Princeton Beats the Nary.
Annapolis, Md Oct. 13. In the
game between the Nary and Prince
ton, the final showed Navy 0, Prince
Wfceat Warehouses Barricaded.
Portland, Oct. 13. All the wheat
wharves are barricaded during the
night to prevent their invasion by
striking grain handlers. There li no
chance in the situation. j
Rut this Is not tho only thing Dr.
Wright Is giving to tho crowds of pa
tients which dally flock to his ofllco,
and tho latter Is better than a bushel
of diamonds. Ho gives tho best
workmanship that is known to mod
ern dental science, superior to that
dono by other Salem dentists, and
eaves his patients about nno-hnlf tho"
ordinary cost. Bettor still, ho ssvch
them all tho agonies, and montal and
physical strain of tho ordinary dental
STOP AND CONSIDER
The advantages of modern dentistry as
practiced by Dr. Wright in Salem
AND LOOKS BETTER.
SAVES HALF THE COST.
SAVES ALL THE PAIN
NO PHYSICAL DISCOMFORT.
GIVES 123 DIAMOND RING FREE
ON JANUARY 1.
Hundreds of patients testify to tho above- facts and it will pay you
Dr. B. E. Wright, The Painless Dentist
Stemloff Dldg., Salem, Heurs: 8 a. m. to p. .; 7 to 8 p. a. Sun
day : Jt a. m. to 12 , Phone 29C Main.
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