Daily capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1903-1919, October 04, 1907, Image 1

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    TONIGHT AND SATURDAY.
A IL Y CAPITAL J OURN AL
SALEM, OREGON, FRIDAY, OCTOIJKR I, l07.
NO. -228.
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PHIS GIVES
GREAT WELCOME
TO PRESIDENT
FLEET ASSEMBLES IN HIS HONOR
I With the Beauty and Chivalry of the South-President Makes
Creat Speech On the Subject of Waterways
. . rrt.n Tlt-nolilnnt'fl
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,le "Mississippi," wan
r'( tour today because of n
,yt machinery. Immedl-
: delivering his Memphis
wevelt will take a spe
ller New Orleans
!itd on pao four.)
I for Ills Liberty.
urn, Oct. 4 There Is a
litre to the effect that Hill
i inln mlilier. was allowed
h briAk for liberty In ox-
fr JiO.000 worth of gpv
ikcorltles, which lie so
I At robbcrv of the Cnnn-
I, In Cantamlmr IHrtJ TIlO
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i Miner save his word to
ho nore trains. The story
1 1 friend of Miners.
it m m i hi i h nun in n
Grace Is Dainiu , Tired.
Wallace, Idaho, Oct. 4.
Grace M. Datum sues for di
vorce from Gustnvo Damm, af
ter 21 years of Dnmm married
life, for neglect to provide for
his family. She asserts that
Dnmm gambled awny the
earnings of the whole Dnmm
family. Defendant is n clerk
in a Btore hero.
I I I I I I I I I I I I I 1 1 1 1 1 1 I 1 1 I 111
Tdhl of Standard's Methods.
New York, Oct. 4. W. W. Tnr
bell, brother of Ida, the noted writ
er, was culled as a witness in the
Standard Oil investigation this
morning. Tarbcll ia treasurer of
tho Pure Oil and United States Pip"
Lines, nn Independent concorn flght
ing tho Standard. Tarboll told of
tho eftortB of tho Stnndnrd to put
hlH company out of bUBlncss.
masm
iKOPLES BARGAIN HOUSE
NOW ON SALE
I DOWN TO THE'LOWEST HOCK BOTTOM PRICE ARE
' COATS, LADIES' SUITS, MISSES' CX)ATS CHILDREN'S
, M1LL1NKKY, DRESS GOODS, SILKS, MUN'8 AND
P (LOWING, HOSIERY, UNDERWEAK, ULANKETfl, COM.
iAXD ALL HEAVY, WARM MATERIALS FOR WINTER
THE HKST PRICES YOU CAN' GET ELSEWHERE, WE
BUT. MOUNTAINS OP GOODS TO SELECT FROM.
UNCLE SAMUEL'S
ADOPTED GIRLS
FROM FAR OWYHEE
BIT THEY ARE OUR GIRLS JUST THE SAME
Slumberous-Eyed Beauties from the Tropic Isles, Are Bright, Vivacious In
telligent and Natural-Just Regular American Girls-Tho Best In tho
World
' Plild Dress Goods, yd
J 9c
1 Mi of dark and light
Wis 5 flannels, yard
43-4c
km Ladles' Hoavv
fc4 Underwear, regular
p- Sale price.
23c
1 cl yards of fine Dress
p1 Silks now on sale.
cf Blankets now on
39c
h!"ekTjr Fleece Line.
r ale, pair
'5c
'' Broadoth, all
Xg-
aule
95c
M. yard
If yotf want the best val
ues on sale in Ladies Coats,
Salts and Millinery come
to the Chisago Store.
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Ladles' $10 Coats now $0.00
Ladles' $15 Coats noiv $0.00
Laditw' $20 Cat now $12.50
$1.00 Petticoat now 08c
$3.50 Wool Waists in all tho
now Sliade now $2.45.
ars yASTHeT GROWING STORE.
McEVOY BROS.
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wva. BXAJUHS, SI 111 Sill. UJ.,
Tho party loft Honolulu Septem
ber 4th, and arrived at Snn Francis
co September 11th, was entor'.nluod
at Sacramento, Lob Angeles, Snn
Diego, and enme direct to Salem; or'
rived at Salem this morning. They
were given n free electric car by
Courtesy of Manager Page to the
Willamette hotel, where tho pnrlors
were ono mass of flowers. Mrs. Por
ry Rnymond and mombera of the
Wo in tin's Club lind been at work.
President Thielson, of tho Doard of
Trnde, nntl representing Mayor
Rodgers, cnlled early and presented
to Mrs. Wenthorrod and party tho
freedom of tho city. Tho lattor lndy.
as chaperon, lias her hands full
with nine frisky maldons, nil dark
eyed, black-haired1, ollvc-complex-toned,
sensible und good looking
Thoy nro neatly and correctly
dressed in tho native American cos
tumes of tho other 40,000,000 Amori
can women. Nenrly nil of them are
graduates from tho great Contrnl
Onhu college, bosldea high school.
Tho young ladles nre: Miss Roso
Alolan, Miss Kutlo Sndlor, Miss Cal
ifornln Lucas, Miss Hester' Lemon,
Miss Hattlo Snflrey, MIbh Emma
Rose, MIbs Dcmlce Dwlght, Miss
Lillian Mundon and Miss Daisy Todd
Sovon of tho young ladles aro sent
out on this trip by tho Honolulu
Evening nulletln, and1 two are mak
ing tho trip for pleasure Thoy have
been out a month, and will remain In
Oregon several weeks. Tho young
ladles nrc all natives of tho Islands,
and not nil from Honolulu. Four
nro from. Onhu, threo from Hawaii,
two from Knunl.
All shed tenrs on leaving homo,
but one. She Bald she wanted to,
but was so happy ovor tho prospect
sho couldn't fined tho brlnoy. Thoy
luivo shed no tears since landing.
Suit-in Press Chili Ride.
Tho llrst net on tho entertainment
progrn'm was under tho auspices of
tho Salem Press Club, which char
tered a car for n trolloy rldo to tho
state Institutions. Tho capltol, asy
lum and state prison wore visited In
rapid order. Tim enr wns profusoly
decorated with flags, nnd richly or
namented with beautiful Orogon cle
matis, Shasta daisies, astors and
dahlias, with trnllers of Virginia
creepers. The ladles of tho Presq
Club, who decornted tho car and es
corted the Hawnllan girls wore:
Mrs. R. J. Hendricks, Mrs. E. Hofer,
Mrs. Monroe, Miss niancho Drown,
Miss Mario Hofor, Miss McKlnney,
Miss Bessie Schultz. Miss Molllo
Runcorn. Albort Tozlor nnd Mr.
Durham, of Portland.
The girls nro not whnt soino sup
pose, society girls who have won out
in beauty contests, but wore olootod
In u popular voting contest. Thoy
aret tachers, tolographors, a wire
aro teachers, stenographers and col
lege students.
At the aiylum Superintendent
Cnlbreath was introduced a the
brother-in-law of J. U. Smith, of
Hllo, with whom some of tho girl
art acquainted.
Tho Reception Tonight.
The roceptlon tonight by the In
dies of Salem, at tho Willamette
Hotel parlors. Is for all tho people
of Salem ladles and gontlomen
and the chaperon says the young
men of Salem aro Includod, and es
pecially Invited. Tho recoptlon will
be promptly pulled off at 7 o'clock,
and will be a gay affair.
Sang Hawaiian Songs.
The trolley party was a morry af
fair from start to finish. Not fa
out the Kanaka girls got awakened
by the tonic of Oregon air and bo
gan to sing their native songs in
voices that were rich and melodious,
as the language Is a very sweet nnd
musical one In Itself. At tho asy
lum a rapid trip was made over th-
grounds, and the girls wero allowed
to pick real Oregon red apples off
real trees In the big orchard. Some
wanted to climb, but the chaperon
kicked. The patients treatod thorn
to a graphophone concert, and the
girls sang "Aloha" in return. The
only Instruments employed by tho
Hawaiian party, who aro all musical,
is the "ukuele," a kind of baby
mandolin. Four of tho girls play
these instruments with fine orches
tra effect, nnd will bo heard at the
hotel this evening.
When the Hawailans entered tho
Btato bouse they visited tho hall of
representatives and there gave nn
lnformnl reception to tho state of
ficials. There wiib a mad rush, and
the departments wero quickly de
populated. There waB a nock-nnd-neck
rnco between Nick Haas and
Clifford Benson, of tho department
of stnte, as to who Bhould be chape
rone. Mr. Wcatherred had ar
ranged to give n sign with bor left
bnnd as sho introduced each gon
tlcmnn. If single, ono warning fing
er went up and tho bowltchlng
smllos of the ofllclnl bald-hcnds
wero received with a grin ns thoy
were pnssed around. On tho way to
the pen more trees of red apples
were passed, and. It was hard to keep
the girls from jumping tho fences.
At the Statu Prison.
Mrs. Wenthorrod mndo n short
tnlk to tho prisoners In tho chapel,
in her usunl happy vein. Tho prison
orchestra played and tho glrlu
Bang. A pathetic Incidont wbb tho
discovery mado that ono of the
mombors of the prison band 1b n
Kannkrt prisoner. Ho begged that It
not be made known, but tho girls nt
once recognized him n flno looking
young follow and It wns but an In
stant before thoy wero all In tears.
Fow Oregon excursionists would
bo be moved by their emotions If
they recognized nn Oregonlnn wear
Inu strings In somo other lnnd. Wo
nro not so tender-henrtcd. At their
departure some of tho girls sont up
their flowers nnd bndges to tho pris
oner, who proved to bo James Ward,
n nntive of Hllo, serving n term for
Inrccny.
City Superintendent Powers In
troduced tho visitors. Mrs. Wcath
erred mado ono of her happy, appro
priate speeches. She explained that
the girls were not mnn-entors or
cannibals, and this pleased tho
boys very much. The girls expressed
surprise Hint tho flag was not flying
nt the high school. They sntd It
was tho custom on tho Islands to
fly tho flag every day, and all chil
dren bowod bofore It.
Tholr recoptlon nt tho high school
wns an occasion for a manifestation
of high school spirit such ns Is sel
dom wltnossed. The great assem
blage room, with nearly 400 atu
donte, rang with npplnuso time and
again, and the pilgrims from Aloha
could hardly get away.
Tho party wont to lunch at tho
Willamette hotel, nnd this aftor
noon was spout in taking nutomo
hllo rides in tho country and soolng
the fruit regions.
Hotel Willamette will bo a bowor
of flowers by night, as gifts by thr
basketful aro pouring In on them
from all sidos, nnd tho people of Sa
lem havo outdid thomselvos In tho
cordiality of their roceptlon to tho
Island visitors.
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The Ford Cahe.
San Fraud 'co, Oct. 4. Attorney
A. A. Moore resumed his nrgumoul
for th dofonso in tho Ford trial
this morning. "The defondnnt Is not
after sympathy," he wild, "the ease
U persecution, a maze of luuendo,
and insinuation, but there Is no ovl
deuce to support tho charge In the
indlctmont against Ford." Ho
calk-d tho case a "mauufacturod"
one.
"Take the testimony of Saint
Thomas Lonegran," crlod Moore.
"It is a story not oven IiIb grand
mothor would bolievo. The tostlmony
of the entiro hunch of 1 1 scoundrels
U not or sufficient value to hang a
bheep-killlng dog on. Thoy haven't
even proved nn offer from anybody,,
much less Ford." Mooro spoke tho
greater part of tho day. Earl Rog
ers followed Moore for the defense.
His addross was an Impassioned
plea for tho liborty of his cllont.
"Who brought the first money In
to San Franojsco? Patrick Cal
houn. Who brought in tho -first
biscuit? Thornwall Mullally! Where
was Rudolph Spreckles then? I be
lieve Ford to be as base as you
plase, but for God's sake don't be
lieve blm a fpol."
LINN COUNTY'S
GREAT FAIR
HELD AT SCIO
A SPLENDID AGRICULTURAL EXHIBITION
Question of Public Lands and Transportation Taken Up By Congressman
llawley-River Transportation and Free Locks At Oregon City Discussed
By Col. Hofer
CONGRESSMAN HAWLEY OPENED THE LINN COUNTY FAIR
WITH AN ARLE PRESENTATION OF THE I'UItLIO LANDS ANi
TRANSPORTATION PROHLEMS AND A STRONG PLEA FOR FREE:
LOCKS AND CANAL.
COL. E. HOFER, OF THE OPEN RIVER ASSOCIATION DECLAR
ED AND PROVED 11V STATISTICS THAT ALL GOVERNMENT AP.
PROPRIATIONS IN IMPROVING WATERWAYS WERE GOOD INVEST
MENTS AND RICHLY REPAID THE GOVERNMENT AND THE PIM
PLE, AND THAT THE LOCKAGE CHARGE AT OREGON CITY WAS
RY FAR THE RIGGKST TAX THAT THE MERCHANTS, PRODUCERS
AND SHIPPERS PAID IN WESTERN OREGON.
(Continued on Page C.)
ROAD TO
BUILD TO
EUGENE
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Fear Another Mutiny.
Calcutta, Oct. 4, As a ro
Btilt of tho uprising of stu
dents In Cnlcuttn, tho English
fenr another indlnh mutiny.
Fifty police voro Injured last
night, nnd nntlvo speakers nro
lushing tho mob Into fury, ad
vocating meeting tho troops
with forco. Cab drivers aro
striking, nnd tho police soein
poworlcss. Kitchener Is rendy
to call out tho troops. Tho 4
English are panic stricken, and T
are fleeing from the city. X
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DALY DEAD
The Orogon Eletrlc Rnllwny,
which undoubtedly has tho best
track ovor laid In Oregon, will not
stop at Salem, Its present southern
terminal. Ito bu'lders will push Its
comtructlon south to Albany and
Eugene, nnd for the entire distance
a flrst-cln3B road will bo built, re
gardless of expense. Thin -Is not nil
. t. A .1... T....- .n..ll.lli.l ...I...
Willi inu j'jiiaiuia I'lijiiuuiEHB tvnu r ii I rva -m-vr
hnvo put fortunes into this electric EflrYfln
project will do for this section of UUIlTLflUll
the Btnte, for a complete system of Ai-sisri-h
feeders reaching to all parts of the I l-vrrvrsVAl
fertile Wlllamotto valloy will bo' ULIlLlliL
added to tho system when tho mnln
trunk line Is completed.
The Oregonlnn this morning snyB:
Assuraiicos nre had from olllclals of
tho ByHtom that till this construction
will soon bo undertaken. It Is bo-
Hovel thoso trolley MncB will devel- Body fOUnd At TOOt Of Stairs Willi
op tho Wlllnmetto valley as no other N . nrninn
ono thing can do. NCCK DTOKCn
Construction of tho extension
from Salem to Eugene will not bo Portland. Oct. 4. Survoyor-gon-
commenced nt once. When electric ,jrn, John I)ny WftB foun(1 l0Utl f roni
trains aro running to Salem. tl n i,roion neck at the foot of n flight
construction forces now nt work on of BtrB , (ho solllng-Hlrsch bulld-
tho main lino will bo switched to ,K ut 7 0'C0Ck this morning. Daly
!!'.?, ,'l'ftMch nlrendy surveyed to Hn U00n 111 for Kovoral days, und In
HIllHboro and Forest prove, nnd thin, tn0llRht to nftV0 ,)etm wjmk nml un.
feeder will bo built Just ns fnst as stomlv unnn hi f,.nt H i., hii
the weather will permit. Work will nod und nttemptod to go to broak-
bo carried on throughout tho winter. fnBt, and Ih thought to havo sllppoH
This branch road will bo 21 miles nnl fallen,
long, nnd will entor Washington Sketch of Senator Duly,
county Just south of the Portland Sonntor John Daly, of Ronton
city limits. It will servo a section county, for that wns his title beforo
of country now without trnnsportn- j, became survoyor-genornl. wns n
tlon fncllltloB, and will traverse n school teachor and surveyor nil hi.
life. As n legislator he wns u very
usoful man, having taken n deep In
torost In prepnrlug school legisla
tion, and somo of the most Import
ant reform bills wero put through
by him, uotnbly the textbook reform
bill. As survoyor-geneinl ho stood
for nu honest administration of thu
rich dairy and agricultural district.
Such foodera as this will bondd
od to tho Bystom throughout the
Willamette valloy. William S. llnrs
tow & Co., tho engineering firm
which built tho first soctlon of the
road, and which is now completing
It so thnt the first trains wilt b-
runnlng by the Inst of next month, public lands, and turnocl down rot-
will undortako tho construction of ton propositions whunovor thoy
feeder lines nftor tho main trunk CHino to him. He has rujoctod bad
line Is In operation. That thoso Work In tho shape of surveying con
branches will bo paying proposition tracts at all times, and mado an en
Is bfllovod probable, and It Is viable reputation for baekbone and
thought that local capital In tho dls- integrity. Thoro woro 'few men In
tricts to bo entorod will bo onllstod
In this work of dtvolopment.
Flnnl locations for the Forest
Grove lino, the first of tho many
feedors to be added Inter to tlu
mnln trunk lino, havo boon mndo
and nil tho mntorlal for this branch
has beon orderod from the Eastern
manufacturers
public life in Oregon, who woro of u
bettor grain of mnnhood and Integ
rity than John Daly.
Held to Ciiiiud Jury.
Portland. Or.. Oct. 4. Mrs. Hollo
Waymlre and E. 8. Rnddlng must
fnpn Mm rmiiitv imml liii'u nti n
About 76 ppr cent phurgo of being Involved In a plot to
of the material has arrived, and Ih
all ready to put Into the now road.
Ralls, machinory and copper wire
for trolleys aro here, and the cars
have boon ordorod.
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Gm'k Tninhliitcri.
Snoramento, Cal.. Oct. 4. A
Northern electric car. speeding at
tho rate of 40 miles an hour, struck
a hund car loaded with Greeks near Mayor Lane, but to tho defendants
hero this morning, and either killed thomBolves, such disposition should
or badly injured all. Two Greeks bo mado of tho caso.
ti'Arn lrillnd nntrlcht. nnd thrno fa- ,'llMIMI-alM,llll''
tally injured, Two may recover.
blnckmnll or- compromise Mayor
Hurry Lane. The case against thorn
was held for further Investigation,
at tho conchiKlou of their prelimin
ary examination, In tho municipal
court, yesterday. Judge Cameron
held (hat there vero facts sufllclont.
In his mliui, to warrant a fuller ex
amination into tho cane, and ho
thought that, not only In Justice Ut
Dr. J. P. COOK
Robbed Portland Jewcily Store.
Portland, Oct. 4.--Tho Jewelry, T,E noTANIOAL DOCTOR,
store of Mptzger & Co. was broken jioVED TO 810 LIHERTY STREET
into last night and 12000 worth of FOH ANY jkr 0ALL ON DR.
diamonds taken. There Is no clue coOK. CQNBULATION FREE,
to the robbers.
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