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SALEM. OREGON, J SATURDAY, SEPTEMHER B, lOOtt
EF VISIT IN SALEM
NODI PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE SPEAKS TO URGE AUDIENCE
IS ON WAY
(Cnltfd I'resi I.ensd Wire.)
)l bourne, Sept. 5. (By II. Lee
Cotiorthy, United Press Corns-
EositBt on board U. S. S. Georgia.)
-Amid the roaring of guns from
to forts and British ships on tho
tetor, the Amcrlcnn Linttlcshlp Hoot
HUre promptly nt 8 o'clock thts
tcrtlag for Albany, King Qoorgo;s
Tiere was no dolny. Tho Now Jor
j kj remained behind to get mail
Ikt h expected hero tomorrow.
Tie afficers of the flcot commont
(CODiinued on tinun Jour.)
(United l'rcss Leased WIra.)
Genoa, Italy, Sept. 5. Dhtrncted
by the s!ht of his little son, An
tono, being crushed, to death by nil
nutomobllo todny, Angolo Cnllonl,
nn onglnoor, shot nnd killed tho
chnuffour nnd fntnlly Injured two
slstors, tho Marchlohoases of Rove
dim, who woro In tho car.
Tho child wns crossing the Btroot
when tho big touring enr boro down
upon li 1 ii).
Tho fnthor, who wad near by, snw
tho dungor but could not reach the
boy In tlmo to snvo him. Tho little
UD1ES' SUITS, LADIES' COAJS, SILK PETTICOATS, FURS, SILK
WIST8, DUKSS GOODS, WNE SILKS, LEATHER GOODS, UM
BELLAS, VKIMXGS, KID OLOVKS, FLANNELS, RLANKETS,
W.UTKB KLAN.VKLKTTES, , OUTING FLANNELS, ETC. WE
KA1UNTF.K OUR PRICES TO RE THE LOWEST.
BANK IN :
(United Trcso Leased Wire.)
Pittsburg, Sept. 5. Tho
..-!.-.. ... . s .. . .! 'I
iiuiuun iMiuonni nnnK oi tins city
was closed today undor the order of
tho comptroller of tho currency. ,'
Washington, D. C, Sept. 5. Tho
comptroller of tho currency 'today ap
pointed Robort Lyons receiver of tho
Cosmopolitan National bank of Pitts
burg. Lyons Is rccolvor of tho Alle
gheny National bank nt Pittsburg
Tho government authorities todny
rofuacd to mako any ntatoment of
their ronsons for closing tho Cosmu
polltan Nnttonnl bank furthor than
to sny that it is Insolvent.
Tho bank ofllcInU are oxtremoly
It wns entirely unnecessary.
Tho doposlts of tho bank nro
about $500,00, Including $100,000
BUT SHE SAVS HE
HID IN BARN
indignant nnd ntjsort that tho closing
of tho bank la. an outrage nnd thn?J,jRy olio spent nt tho houso waiting
Countor-chnfglng her husband, S.
S. Martin, with cnml and Inhumnn
treatment, Mrs. Alico Martin, in an
nfudavlt Med in thu circuit court
this morning -through hor attorney.
Poter F. D'Arcy, nnsworlng tho dl
vorco suit of hor husband, nsks that
sho bo gained tho dtvorco, $100 for
malntennnco pending tho decision
and $50 n month alimony. Mrs
Martin licenses her husband of hav
ing written two tender epistles In
which ho tolls hor Of Jiow ho misses
hor '"fried chlckon," nnd how lono
somo It was without hor, and re
questing that sho roturn from Wood
vllle, whoro sho had gono to livo
with hor mother; ly.it -that whon sho
did return ho did not meot hor, but
hid In tho bnrh during tho entire
AND GIVEN HURRIED
for tho happy ro-unlon. Mrs. Martin
also Btatcs in tho nflldovlt that alio
hoB beon comnolled to work n a
of government funds and $100,000 servant to maintain hersoW nnd that
of stato funds. Tho govornmont si,0 i.gIIovoh her husband to bo worth
nnd stato doposlts arc secured
J.000 yards of Calicos, Cballios
Litrn. now on sale at le.
'He uj 5c per yard.
MM yjrds of Dark and'LJaht
H Otttlne Flannel. A ,i
h MlTr aUfcc a yard.
TwkWi tad Huck Towo,8 al
t 8 L3c, 10c, 12 Uc
T UM Heavy Perca,
, tow oa sale for 98c
"' Salt . .
. muw- on caio.
time looking I
iLna l a prelty Su,t
jwe ,0(1 gH ths bect
' -" STORK.
New Fall Millinery
Now on exhibition. If yoil
want Swell Hats at Small Prices,
com to the CHICAGO STORK.
fellow was killod instantly by 'the
machtno nnd tho fathor. realizing it,
turned quickly nftor the car.
Ho fired sovornl shots. Tho flrit
struck tho youngor marchlonoss In
flicting a fatal wound. Tho second
shot killod- tho chnuffour. As tho
drlvor foil fr.om his Boat, tho auto
mobile, traveling nt a high rato of
9peed, started on a wild, unguidod
enroor, finally upsetting. In the
crash of tho wreck tho older mar
chlonosH was so badly crushed that
therols no hope of her recovery,
thero is no hope of her recovery.
Gnllnnl was nrrosted, ho was wild
with fury and It took half a dozon
pollcomon to control him. The Inci
dent has aroused great excltomont as
thero Is blttor fooling among the
poorer claBBOS toward reckless auto-moblllstB.
(United t'w Leased Wire.)
Nome, Alaska, Sopt. 5. Within
tho last 24 hours four man have beon
killed in tho mlno near hero. Three
men were killed on the property of
tho Mloceno Ditch company. Ono of
the men fell Into, tha dump hole In
front of. tho hydraulic elevator and
his body wa3 partially sucked Into
the elevator, tho great pressuro lit
erally tearing tho body apart. Two
of the men were killed by tho banks
on tho same claim caving Jn. An
other man was killed at Solomon by
the gravel bank caving In on him.
UNAULE TO EXPLAIN
(United Tress lasted Wire.)
,8an Francisco, Sept. 5. The offi
cers of the revenue cutter Manning
today are at a loss Kq explain the pe
culiar circumstances surrounding the
floating of a quantity of pine lumber
at Point Arena Weduesday night
The Manning returned to this port
last night after a search of the Marin
and Mendocino coa&ts, without bav
ins located- any wreck.
Caputs Jacobs said today that he
believed that a limber veeeels h4
lost kr deekkwd l roitgk weaker.
ExtrnctB from tho two lottors
quoted In tho aflldavlt follew:
"Dear Alice: I am hungry for
fried chlckon. I am vory lonesome.
TliQro In muskmolon In town now,"
nnd In nnothor Iotter, "Tho neighbors
nro !onoomo slnco you loft. Will you
como bnck agnln? I am lonoBomo.
I nm hungry for fried chicken."
(United I'rean Un Vlr.)
San Francisco, Sopt. 5. Elovop
thousand dollars Is but a more hand-
full of money with which to soo tho
sights of San Francisco to Duko Fer
dinand do Montponsler, cousin of the
king of Spain and son of LouJ?
Phllllpe D'Orlenns, pretender to the
throno of Franco, who today thinks
that ho can got along comfortably on
that sum for a few days.
Tho duko camo ashore and
straightway hud a few drafts to tho
tune of $11,000 cashed. Ho then
went shopping and started to seo tho
Today, tho party Is dashing about
In a large touring car. They will go
to Dol Monte and back. The duke
will go to Vancouver whore ho wilt
be the guest of some Englishmen on
WIFE KILLS WOMAN
HIDING WITH 1IU8IIANI)
Wichita Full, Tex, Sopt. 5.
Mlea Lilly Wheatley Is dead and Mrs.
Walter Allen accused of causing her
death, la in Jail today as the result
of a tragedy occurring directly after
Tho Harrlmifu special, containing
tho railroad king; J. P. O'Urlon, and
othor Southorn Pacific ofilclalu, nr
rived In tho Capital City nt 1:05
o'clock this afternoon. A lnrgo dolo
gation of citizens, including tho gov
ernor, tb'o mayor and cammlttooj
from tho Hoard of Trado and tho
Ruslnosa Men's lenguo woro at tho
depot to walcomo Harrlmnn.
For somo reason Harrlmnn wa3 not
ready to como out of his enr whon
tho special arrived, and tho crowd
waited patlontly for hnlf an hqir be
fore they secured a glfmpsa of tho
man of millions. Mnnngor O'Urlon
stoppod out upon tho platform a
soon ns tho train pullod In, and, In
answor to tho questions of tho wel
coming committee, stntod that Mr.
Harrlman could romnln Jn tho city
probably an hour.
Harrlman finally appeared and wn
cordially welcomed by tho governor,
tho mayor and others. Tho rallrond
builder la a quint, unnsHumlug, little
mnn, and doos not look nt all Hko n
groat flnnnclor. Ho ha a plcatmnt
manner nnd a qulot humor. "I havo
road n groat deal about you," said
ono of Salem's leading citizens, when
ho wns Introduced to tho rnllroad.
mngnnto. "So havo I," ropllod Har
rlmnn. Harrlmnn was almost Immedlntoly
escorted to nn automobllo, ns the
welcoming commtttoo wn dotormlnod
to mako tho most of his brlof stay.
In tho first nutos woro Mr. Harrl
man, Governor Clinmb,orlnln, Mayor
RodgorB, A. llush and O. L. McNnry.
J. P, O'rirlon and sovoral mombors
of tho Dusln08s Man's tongue woro
In tho second, nnd four others woro
also filled with representative Saloin
Ites. Tho autos startod nt onco for tho
big hill opposlto tho Wallace farm
in Polk county, whore ono of tho
flnost views In tho valley Is to bo
had. A short public rocoptlou ww
hold in tho Hpnrd of Trudo rooms,
nnd nnothor auto trip will bo taken
to tho fruit raising district south of
Tho Prohibitionists turned out on
mauio to listen to the address of their
pnssjdontlnl candldato, Eugene W,
Chnflu, who bognn epcnklng nt 2:30
o'clock this afternoon In tho First
Somo tlmo boforo 2 o'ctock, tho
tlmo sot for tho mooting, all tho
scats In tho church woro filled,
Chnfln wns formally welcomed nnd
Introduced by Oliver Jory, chairman
of tho county Prohibition convention.
Othors to partako In tho wolcomlnft
of tho candidate wdre: Mrs. Oliver,
prosldont of tho W. C. T. U nnd H.
Chnflu spoko rtlong tho same lines
ho has In all his pnqt addresses dur
ing tho present campaign. He waf
given vory honrty applntiBO and en
courngomont by his hoarorfl.
FIFTY THOUSAND RAIBKD
11Y RAWHIDE MERCHANTS
(United I'rcM Tensed WlrM
Rawhide, Nov., Bopt. C. ThlP
camp Is to'dny tho picture' of activity.
All night long nnd nil today wngotu
and nutomobllos have been nVrlvdu
with provisions for thoso who woro
buruod out in tho groat lire of yes
terday. ' Most of tho plncos arc
guarded nnd no attempt hns beon
Hindu to loot tho buildings.
Fifty thousand dpllniK wns raised
yostorday by tho busluoKs mou of
tho town and was used to buy provis
ions for tho slrlckon rcsldonts. Poo
plo nro now living In tents, on tho
edgs of what wob formorly tbo con
tor of tho camp.
Preparations nro ajroady ' bolng
made for tho ro-bulldlng of tho camp.
Orders havo beon placed In San
Francisco nnd Bacramonto for thli
'AM8KA" WHEAT A
FAKE SAYS EXPERT
(United I'rrM Unned Wire.)
Wasfilngton, Sopt. C. Secrotary
Wilson of the department of agrl.
culture today announced that Dr.
Galloway, tho ngont ho sent to
Junalta, Idaho, to Investigate the re
ports of tho supposedly wonderful
now Wheat claimed to havo boon dln-
covored.ln Alaska and Introduced In
Idaho with great success, has re
ported that tho wheat Is a fako.
Tho report mado to Secretary Wil
"Tho Alaska wheat yields 25 bush-
ols to tho aero. Tho grain Is badly
mixed and of au Inforlor quality.
Mrs. Allen had caught the girl In ta i Soft while wheat yields fully as much
presence of her husband.
Walter Allen, tho husband, whq l
proprietor of tho St. Charlea hotel
of this city, and Miss Wheatley were
driving on one of the main streets of
tho town last sight when Mrs. Allen,
In a nt of Jealousy, sprang to the
nlddle of the thoroughfare and shot
the irkl dead la her seat.
and tho bust varieties more
"An analysla recently made under
my supervision shows that (ho so
called Alaska wheat contains only n
little more than 9 per cent of protein
while soft wblto winter wheat con
tains an average of 10 per cent.
Hard wlster wheat coRtslM 12 per
ceBt of glMtll."
Amhiihli Frvnrli Troops, '
(United I'len Uaied Wire.)
Vnncouvor, 11. C, Sopt. 5. Nown
was received from South China to
day of tha amlxiHh of 100 Fronoh
troops, Tlorallleur8 and Leglonalrcs,
In a valley near Langvao on tho Ton
king border. Captalu Floury, loader
of tho force, and Lloutonant Doluttro
woro shot down Boon nftor tho flight
oponod. IJotwoon COO and 60S Chi
noso had a posltloa on tho low hills
at each sldo of a gulloy, through
which tho French troopi entored tho
village Tho French captured the
vlllago twice, It being ro-taken by the
Chlnosi. Shots worq exchanged dur
ing tho greater part, of tho fight at
from 30 to 50 motere. When Cap
tain Floury und Cuptain Delnttre,
who wont to assist his loador, woro
shot, tho Chinese throw themselves
uson tho bodies, not yet dead, and
dqcapacltatud thorn, carrying away
the heads amid cheers,
! "O '
"' "' Dltdi TtohMp RftlkMl,
It Is reported this urtornoon that
tho differences hot w ton, the Oregon
Electrlo und tho North Mill crojk
dltcji proprietors bus buou adjusted
Tho city has not yot tnkon any han t
In that particular matter as tfas rep
resentcHl by somo and the wholo mat
tor will bo. adjusted amicably,. Will
Uabcock of this city has been au
thorlzod by Mr. Ull ofPortlfCnd to
make aay reoab cceI on
tb fH of the milt eefMuiy.