Daily capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1903-1919, September 07, 1908, Image 1

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SALEM. OREGON, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 1008,
NO. SMO.
IK
ROBERT
ROUGHT SAFELY HOME
WHOLE COUNTRY UNITES IN OBSERVANCE OF LABOR DAY
pons
GUEST OF
CHICAGO
IKES LABOR DAY
ORATION .
KNOX IN
AN AUTO
ACCIDENT
(United Irtn Lenicd Wire.)
Chicago. 111., Sopt. 7. William J.
Jtjm Ii the Labor Day guest of Chl
aro and tho whole celebration of
tie diy centers nboul him. When
hinired frohi Lincoln ho was mot
it the railroad Btatlon and escorted
tithe Auditorium Annex by a Bpoclnl
enmlttee of 50, appointed to havo
iutt of tho candldnto during tho
Meats o( tho holiday.
National Chairman Norman E.
1fsk was on hand to greet Bryan
BlJohnW. Kern, tho vico-prosldon-
(Contlnued on Page 5.)
SENATOR. WIFE AND
SON INJURED
(United Press Leased Wire.)
Geneva, Switzerland, Sopt. 7.
Hurled from nn automobllo when the
machine collided with another Sonn
tor Philander C. Knox, of Pittsburg,
nnd his wlfo woro slightly injured,
nnd his son, Philander C. Knox, Jr.,
wns Borlously hurt hero Into yesto-dny.
FOUND ON
ROAD TO
SILVERTON
OLD LADY WALKED
EIGHT MILES
Tho Knox party wns traveling nt n
high rate of Bpoed when tho chauf
four lo3t control of his mnchlno. Bo
foro tho enr could ho brought back
After n search of 24 hours, during
which ovory road loading out of Sa
lom wao tfovorod for a dlstnuco of
about 10 miles, Mrs. Eunice Roberts,
70 years of ago, n resident of this
city, who disappeared Saturday from
tho homo of her daughter, Mrs. W. I.
Stnley, was found lying" In n Btraw
pllo nenr tho homo of Ed. Murphy, on
the Sllverton road, eight miles cast
(Continued on Page 5.)
CHICAGO
STORE
PEOPLES BARGAIN HOUSE
iW FALL MERCHANDISE
ARRIVING DAILY
UDIEV SUITS, LAMES' COAIS, SILK PETTICOATS; FURS, SILK
WAISTS, DRESS ROODS, FINE SILKS,
WILIS, VKIL1NGS, KID GLOVES,
MTPER FLANNELETTES, OUTING
LEATHER GOODS, UM-
FLANNELS, .HLANKETS, i
FLANNELS, ETC. WE
RAXTKEOLlt PlliqKS TO RE THE LOWEST.
WOO yards of'Callco's. ChalUe
I14 Lan. now on sale nt to.
4H tnd Sc por jard.
MM rsrds of Dark and Light
tlng Flannels A t.n
HtyatiHMyard. .
'"Hi and Hack Towels all
l-3c. 10c, 12 Wr
isp.
W U0 HeVJ' Perca
" bow oa sale for 9Sc.
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" Hop GioTe a nni. .,
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Salts now
" niio
on
sale.
Me carmente
fckHlng Prices.
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jJ W8aIn iu th
" Uo STORV
New Fall Millinery
Now oa exhibition. If you
wast Swell Hts at 8all Price.
ee ts tk CMiqAOO aTOHK.
of Snlom, at 4 o'clock yesterday uf
tornoon. Mr. Walker,, who lives pn tho
adjoining farm, telephoned nt onco to
tho children of Mrs. Roberts, who
went lor her In nn nutomobllo. Mrs.
Roberta is now nt tho homo of bor
chlldron, nnd is rapidly recovorlng
from her long Journey on foot.
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Tho Si'iirch;
When tho nows of Mrs. Robortu'
dlsnpponrnnco was rocolved .nt-tho
shoriff'u oiUco, n systomntlc search
wn nt onco begun. Eighteen men,
frlonds of Mrs. Roberts' family, di
vided thomsolvos into ton squads and
started out upon tho various road3
loading from tho city. Sheriff Mlnto
led ono party, and Doputy Esch nnd
his n'.slotnnt romnined In tho olllco
and rocolvod tho tolophono commu
nications from tho scvornl sonrchlng
pnrtlos." L. K. Hertzel, with tho
prison blood hounds, rondorod vnlu
ablo asslstanco.
About C o'clock lust ovonlng Dopu
ty Esch recoived word from ono of
Mr. Roberts chlldron thnt tho old
orly lady had been found, and tho
searching parties woro cnlled In as
soon as they could ho locnted by
phone. W. I. Stnley, MIs3 Roberts
nnd Ed. Thlolson loft in tho Thlolson
automobllo for tho Murphy farm.
Shortly afterwards Dr. Morso started
In his auto with Henry Moyera and
Harry Albort. Mrs. Roberts was
found by the first auto party, who
started back with her to tho city. An
accldonr occurred to tho Thlelson
machine- about two miles this side of
tho Murphy farm, and Mrs. Roberta
was convoyed from thoro to Salem In
tho auto boronging to Dr. Morso.
Nothing r known of tho roason for
Mr. Roberts' disappearance, as no
Information was given out by tho
family. Tho following statement was
given out by Mrs. Staley this morn1
Ing; "Tho family of Mrs. Roberts was
much relieved at 4 o'clock yesterday
afternoon when they received a tele
phono message from Mr. Walker on
the Sllverton road, eight miles east
of Salem, hat their mother was
there, and they immediately wont for
her. Sho Is now at tne nome ui
children, recovering from the fatigue
of her long walk."
FRISCO HAS
MOST MEN
INLINE
SIXTY THOUSAND
' PARADE
(United Press Lenicd Wire.)
8nn Francisco, Sopt. 7. With tho
big pnrndo in which 40,000 workmen
amilated with tho Building TrndoB
Council in tho organizations ninilntcd
with tho San Francisco Labor Coun
cil took pnrt, Labor Day wns cele
brated hero.
Sixty organizations woro represent
cd In tho pnrndo of tho building
trades In this city. Many unique nnd
attract! vo fenturcs pleased thCi crowds
which gathered to witness tho pnrndo
a loving cup nnd other nttrnetlvo tro
phies having stimulated competition
ou tho pnrt of tho unions. Later
many of tho marchers wont to Oak
land to Join tho celebration thoro,
whllo others wont to tho prlzo light.
This ovonlng exorcises will bo hold
nnd labor spocclios dolivored.
TRIED TO
TAKE HIS
OWN LIFE
THOUGH HEAD OF
ANTI-SUICIDES '
U Now York, Sept., 7 . More., than
10,000 men mnrched in tho Lnhor
Duy parodo today, nnd It wns de
clared to ho tho Inrgost tho city has
over seen. Tho various divislona rep
resented ovory conceivable branch of
nrganlzod labor. Tliero woro mnnv
floats nnd tho roproKontnttVes ap
peared in (uniforms nnd cnrrlod ban
ners.
Crowds llnod tho stroots nil along
tho lino of march, nnd tho cnthus'lnsm
displayed wns considered particularly
significant. Thousands of worklui?
people enmo from tho Enst S(dq nnd
Joined Iu tho big demonstration.
In nil thoro woro 4C divisions In
tho pnrndo.- Thoro woro many bands.!
and as tho lino of mnrch imssod
through somo of tho tonomont dis
tricts, hundrcdn of chlldron Joined In
lino, dnncing through tho streets,
Tncomn. Wash.. Sept. 7. Rain be
gan falling nt 10 o'clock today, ntnl
spoiled what would havo boon ono of
tho beat Labor Day oelobratlons over
held In Tacoma.
An olaborato program of sports
had been prepared for the occasion,
but most of tho events wore cnllod
off.
(United Press Leased Wire.)
Des Moiuo3, In., Sopt. 7. Driven
by sheer forco of mental suggostloa
to nttompt to end his own life, Urlg
ndler Scott Glrnrd, bond of tho Stato
Antl-Sulcldo Bureau of tho Volun
tcors of Amoricn, lies In n precarious
condition in tho hospital hero today.
Ho swallowed t0 strychnine pellets
ho hnd taken from a man ,ho had dls
Biiaded from committing sutcido Sat
urday. Aftor ho had swallowed tho poison
Glrnrd wroto his sensations R8,-tho
hnnds of dentil clutohod nt his heart,
Flvo Bhcots of manuscript woro fin
ished In description of his emotions,
nnd he ondod with blotting tho Inst
shoot nfter ho hnd wrltten:
"I fcol my wlfo'B arms about mo.
My head whirls. Her lovely fnco U
turning to thnt of nn old ling. Tho
tooth grow long. Tho, flesh Hhrlvols
FEAR FOR
LIVES OF
SIXTEEN
BELIEVED TO HAVE
DROWNED
Snp Pedro, Cnl., Sept, 7. 9lxtm
persons are boliovod to havo been
drowned from tho gasotiuo fihlng
launch "O. K,," which hns been miss
ing slnco yostordny.
Efforts nro being mndo to conunu
nlcato by wireless with Cntallna
IslnmlB, hut no nows of tho missing
craft hnd boon recoived at 12:30 this
afternoon,
Tho passengers ou tho launch when
It loft horo yostordny morning woro
Captain John, Obhlcr.
Mrs. D. II. Watkor.
Frank Oaten,
Mri. Frank G.ntos '
Lester Gates. .
MrB. Hnrpor, 4 ' ...
Mr, Ilarpor. .
Mr. Allen,
Two young women, names un
known, nnd six men, unmos unknown.
When tho party boarded tho
death, I choke. I rlso to Inhnlo tho
gns from tho opon Jot. Devil, crowd
ing,." o
AMERICAN
PRELATES
CENSURED
Seattle, Wash., Sept. 7.- Labor
Day was celebrated at tho White
City, Madison Park. Although tho
weather was chilling nnd threatened
rain this morning, scores of families
made their way to tho amusement
place to spend the day. This af tor
noon's prpgram of sports was hold
and tho mortgage against the labor
teniplo was burned.
Attorney-General John D. Atkin
son, Mayor Miller and other proml
nent citizen? composed tho list of af
ternoon speakers.
FISHING PARTY
ENDS DISASTROUSLY
(United Pre Leased Wire.)
Galveston. Ter., Sopt 7. John L.
Mooro and John Goggan are dead to
day and three other prominent Gal
veston men are In a precarious con
dition after a fierce battle with a gale
oft! Red Fish reef Saturday night A
Ashing party, Including 20 of the
most prominent men of Galveston,
wa caught by the storw.
The two rowid wen nd the,r
three ce-nHrtei were wap4 try-
DRUNKEN IIUTCIIKK
MURDETW WIFE
Palo Alto, CaL, Sept. 7. John
Rodgerlguez, a butcher employed
here, killed his wlfo at tholr homo
near here this morning by shooting
her In the back, following a quarre',
In which the had upbraided hor hus
band for drinking. Roderlguez was
arrested later.
The man came home drunk last
night, and proceeded to abuse bU
wife. He finally struck her, and she
ran out of the house to escape his
blows.
.
The Washington lumber market Is
isueh improved, a ad large orders are
Howisa; tato the HoUi district.
London, Sopt. 7. A sonsntlon was
created todny In tho bqbhIou of tho
congregation of tho propaganda
which Is preliminary to tho couvenlng
of tho Euohnrlstlc congress tomor
row, by tho ohurgo mndo by Cardinal
Mnrtlnolll that tho mothods used to
havo Dr. E, J. Ilanna, of Rochester,
N. Y., appointed coadjutator bishop
of San Francisco woro undignified
in tho oxtromo.
Cnrdinnl MartlnollI assallud Dr.
Ilanna nnd Archbishop Rlordnn, of
San Francisco, in discussing tho ap
pointment and rltod allcgod In
stances of 'jnduo prossuro having
been brought by Archbishop Rlordnn
to sccuro tho appointment of Dr.
Hanna.
Tho discussion was at tlmoa aorl-
monlous, and tho congregation final
ly decided to instruct tho apostolic
dologato at Washington to sond tho
names of new candidates in opposi
tion to Dr, Hanna. Tho resolution
which was passed had Its Inception In
tho charge that Dr. JIanna's views aro
too modbrnfstlc. It Is understood
thnt Cardinal MartlnollI voiced tho
views of tho pope today whon ho at
tacked Hanna.
Catholics hero toko tho action of
tho congregation today to mean that
Dr. Hanna will nevor bo appointed.
front tho Bkull. I boo 'every bono. 1 1 launch yostordny It was -with the ln
know tho fnco It is tho plcturo of tontlon of returning to San Pedro
last night, aftqr spQudJltg n day fall
ing In tho vicinity of Cntallna Island
A fow hours nfter tho depnrturo of
tho "O. K." a sovoro Hquall blow, nnd
it is fonrcd tho llttlo ornft, which was
but 30 foot long, was unnblo to
wonthor tho storm, and tho fact that
tiouo of tho friends or relatives of
tho missing paHttungors havo hoard
from thorn mnkos It highly Improb
able that thoy nro enfo ut tho Catn
linn Island hotel. Most of tho mom
bora of the party woro rosldentB of
I )s Angoles. .
Foarlng for tho safety of frlonds
on tho missing luunoh, Carl E, Me-
Stay, president of tho McStny Supply
Compiuly, hurried horo from Ralrdv
town today and organized' two rescue
pnrtlos. Shortly uftor noon tho
luunchos "Lou Kelly" and "Penrl"
woro sont out to hunt for tho O, K."
Along tho water front horo little
iropo for the Bafety of tho craft Is ex
pressed. x t
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TERRIBLE
BLAZE. IN
MINNESOTA
"RLACK HAND" KING
ESCAPES IN MINK
Chicago, Sopt. 7. JosophSclurba,
known as the "King of the Black
Hand," charged with having boon u
partnpr In tho conspiracy to dynamite
the home of Antonio Ltmla, today es
caped a posse of deputies and Chicago
detectives when hard pressed, by de
scending luto' a mine near Marion.
The Bhaft was thoroughly searched,
but without avail, and tfce search'was
finally ahBvdeaed, no trace of tho
3l ing anarcfc'ft havln he foygd.
(Untied Press Leased Wire,)
Duluth, Minn., Sept. 7,-Aftor do
stroylng tho town of Chlsholm, on the
Mesaba Range, and burning over
thousands of acres, In St. Louis,
Carleton and Itasca countlos, In Min
nesota, and the northern portion of
Douglas county, Wisconsin, the many
foret rVrwhlch havo been raging in
theso districts were checked today,
and If the wind does not opting up
again, it Is not likely that further
damKgo will bo great.
Tho strong wind, which had driven
tho flames boforo it In many tim
bered and agricultural districts, sub
sided this morning and many thou
sands of homeless people were given
a chance to take stock of tholr be
longings nnd to propare to replace
tho many burned farm bouos and
sattloments, and the onco flourishing
town of Chlaholm, 65 sallcs north of
Duluth.
Chlsholm prosents a scone of ruin
"(Citlae4"es p Wcht).
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