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SALEM. OREGON, THUIlkbAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1908.
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LASQOW UNEMPLOYED IN FIERCE RIOTS
ghooC SUPERINTWNTS in annual convention
IIS STANDARD OIL
iMtti I'rui Lesied Wire. I
I (bun. III., Sept. 10. Tho gov-
ut'i contention that Ignornnco
tipillihcd rato is not a valid cx-
ilu t thinner to violate it, is
tfted by the Standard Oil Com-
tIiUi answer to tho petition to
ipmtfment for n rehearing In
ittrtty-nlne million -dollar fins
; ied todiy by tho Rocketeer
I la the federal court ) np-
ftt iniwer denies that the bu-
iconrt hB ruled that'tt waa the
r of the shipper to ascertain tho
(United reus I.ensed Wire.)
Qlaigow, Sopt. 10. Following n
night of rioting nnd fighting botwoon
a mob of 7000 unemployed nnd
mounted nnd foot police, this city to
day presents tho opectnclo of a town
In tho throoa of a siege.
Hundreds of .citizens nro guarding
their property with llrcurmu, fearing
a recurrrenco of tho outbreak, and
torror-otlckon women and children
hnvo been compelled to stay Indoon
SCores.of housos woro damagod,
wlndowsro broken nnd tllo Btrocts
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PEOPLES BARGAIN HOUSE
TO BE HELD
SESSION IS BEGUN
The Newest of the New
IBFJltflN FU.L WKAR1NG APPAREL, LADIES' SUITS, LADIES'
MS, MILUNKIIV, FURS, SILK PETTICOATS, PINE DRESS
FINK DRESS SILKS, WAISTING SILKS, FALL HOSIERY:
VXl)KUVK.H, KID GLOVES, RIRRONS, LACES, DRESS.
(MINGS, SWAN'S DOWN FLANNELS, ETC. DO YOUR TRAD-
WAT THE STORK THAT MAKES LOW PRICES.
'THCCT P k CC
IIILI I UVOL
, Dress floods
' jsrdi of the latest
tuii?, 5c and flue,
nM of the newest
:ai ?:, blue and w'hlto,
1 1Jt4C a yard, now, yard
x ki -n Salanj 0f
to mi Ladies'
" Winter "w-lh-.
la cotton, wool and
"ftttw are head-
F1 kbtf, of Do-
. aml Com
if you want th best values lu this
part of tho world Ju
come to tho CHICAGO STORE, the
store that does not want to get rich
on every sale we make. It's tho vol
ume of business we are after.
SWELL NEW SUITS
Man tailored and Silk Lined, $9-.",
$ia.no, svjtAQ, $m.o and up.
?0WTHAT SAVES YOU MONEY
Tho first nnuunl convention of tho
county school superlntondonth opened
In tho ofllce of Superintendent of
Public Instruction Ackormnn at 10
o'clock this morning. Nearly nil tho
county superintendents In thctstnto
woro pro?ont, nnd th'o convention
started off In a buslncss-llko fashion
Tho sosslon today was Informal In
Its nuturo, assuming tho character of
a round-tablo talk. Sovornl of tho
subjecte which were sent out to tho
suporlntcndontB a short tlmo ago
woro taken rup and dlacusscd at
Tho county superintendents wilt
snond as much tlmo as thoy can Bparq
In lookluK over tho Capital City. Thli
ovonlnR they will nttond a theatre lnf
a body. The following county Hupor-
Intntiflnnta nriT' itrna'nnlv nt ihn' txnX
Unkor, J. P. Smith.
Denton, II. L. Mack.
Clacknmns. T. J. Gray.
Clatsop, Emma C. Warren.
Columbia, J. II. Collins
Coo W H. nunch.
Crook, R. P. Pord.
Douglna, Thurman Chnnoy.
Ilnrnoy, L. M. Unmllton.
Hood River, Edward E. Cond.
Jackson, J. Porcy Wolls.
Josephine, Lincoln Snvngo
Klamath, J. a. Swan.
Lane. W. R. Dlllard.
Lincoln, R. P. Goln.
Linn, W. L. Jackson.
Marlon, W. M. Smith.
Morrow. S. E. Notson.
Multnomah, R. P. Robinson.
Polk, H. C. Seymour.
Sherman, W. C. Bryant.
Tillamook, W. S. Bnoll.
Umatilla, Prank K. Wells.
Union. E. E. RrasR.
Wallowa, J. C. Conley.
Wasco, Justus T. Neff.
Washington. M. C. Case.
Yamhill, II. II. Belt.
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SUICIDE OR ACCIDENT?
KILLER RY 1S.VflI.VR
i United I're I.tnted Wlre.l
Vancouver, Wash., Sopt. 10.
Whnther A. Nolon, who was decapi
tated by a locomotive, committed sui
cide or was accidentally killed Is n
question which tho coroner Will en
deavor to settle today. Nelson, who
waa a luborer, was scon by the en
gineer while a fhprt dlstnnco ahead,
walking along the track of the North
ern Pacific. Ho did not turn around
when tho warning whhtlo was blown,
but his actions indicated that ho
heard It. Ilia head was complotoly
cut off by the wheels of tho locomotive.
(Unl'.ed l'rci I.enicd Wire.)
Chicago, Sopt. 10. Following the
Issuing of ordora from tho trdasurv
doimrttucnt thnt government officials
woro to rofnso-to aid tho stnto In tho
proieoutlon of George W. Fltzgornld,
former assistant toller nt tho" sub
treasury, accused of tho theft of
$173,000, tho catiHo was dismissed In
The treasury departmont hold that
thojstuto had fullod to sccuro enough
ovldonco to warrant tho trial of Flti
gotld, and thought It would bo wlsor
to pillow him freedom than to try
him and fall, thus making; tho re
covery of tho missing bank notes
M. was thought today that tho
'thaw's attornoyH and dotcctlvos would
iMfertt, on Fltzgornld bolng huld, and
thnt -thoro would bo aTlnah'of au
thority, but, when tho government
pruned to aid tho stnto, tho ense fell
DotoctlvoB for tho sub-trcaBuror,
Uoldonwreck, who woro compolled to
mako good tho loss, woro responsible
for the arrest of Fltzgornld. They
olalm to hnvo ovldonco that ho tried
to nrrnngo for tho passing of aoino
of tho missing $1000 bills that made
up the $173000 stolon from tho sub
treasury over n year ago.
Tho enso was dlsmissod by Judgo
Ghotfnln after Sub-Troasurer Boldon
wreck hnd rofuscd to produce tho
records of his ofllco riB evldonco.
Tho court declared that tho hear
ing of ovldonco now would projudlco
tho Investigation, and thnt tho gov
ernment's interests woro paramount
to tho state's.
"Tho stato has no right to push tho
Investigation nt this tlmo, when tho
government dostrod It stopped," ho
' IN FIGHT
FRENCH MARTYR IS
(United 1'rcM t.cnsci) Wire,)
Paris, Franco, Sopt. 10. Tho ad
journed session this afternoon of tho
trlnl of Louis Oregorl, an tho 'charge
of Bhootlng Major Alfrod Droyfui,
doveloped a big sonsatlon, reviving
tho old Issues of The Droytua cam).
Major DroyfuB tostlflod that Gro-,
gorl shot to kill, and thnt ho only
saved hlmsolf by throwing up his
nrin. This was in contradiction .of
tho Btntomont mndo by Grogori, thnt
ho purposely shot to wound Dreyfus
In tho arm,
Maltro Monnrd, counsel tor Gro
gori, declurod Insinuatingly:
"What was truo at tho tlmo of tin
flrat DroyfuB trial la truo now."
Dreyfnia . sprnng to his ,fqet,- e,x
"You UoJ I wus proclaimed Inno-
qont by tho court."-.
EVENT CAUSE OF
(United Urcts Leptrd Wire.;
Cincinnati, 0 Sopt. 10. Great
Intorest wns takon hero today In tWf
announcement that Sonntor Form
er will" visit tho Tuft headquarters
Following so cloaoly upon tlM
hooln of tho "Toledo Incident" 'ttt
visit of Fornkor to Taft Is liollevM.V ,
bo of utmOBt linporlnuco In tkijiW-
muni niumuuii in niig siau,
No dotnllH of tho Hrrangeu
tho mooting woro given
nouueomont canto as
Forakor was vlgor'ous
that tho Toledo meeting Indicated
that ho had "burled' the hatchet." i
la well khdWn that Foraker wai
deeply offondod atliot bolnjf Invited
to tho YoungBtown meeting, when
tho campaign waa oponcd officially,.
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UNION SECRETARY MUST
PAY MEN TIME LOST
OTTAWA PLANS RONATION
TOWARD FAIR EXHIBIT
Vancouver, B. C, Sept. 10. Th
lion. William Templeinan, cabinet
minister, met the Vlotorla board or
trade today, to ascertain the views of
tho board regarding a government ai
(United Pre" Leaned Wire.)
Paris, Sept. 10. In ono of t"he
most romarkablo docWons ever hand
ed down In a Fronoh court, the sec
retary of tho EloctClcal Workers'
Union has b(en sentenced lo pay
damngo to two members of tho union
becniiso, Uey wero thrown out of
work on ,he night of August C, when
Paris was dark. t
Tho court held that there had been
an abuse of tho right' to strike. Tho
atrlko hod been called as tho rojjill
of a sort of military alarm, he Bald,
and mut bo recognized as mnllcloiu
intention, slnco it overthrew tho city's
economic life and deprived those who
wanted to work of the right to work
Thoro ia no appeal from the de
cision of the court.
San FranclscA.Cal.. Sept. 10.
Thomas K. &ulllvan, a laborer, s in
J a. critical condition hero toJay. as the
tnouoararoBBruuB.- -- encounter with two
.roprlatlon for the A Yuk thu"g8' n?ar mh and Harrison .treet,
Pacinc PsU,0"nacvt"voro, last night. Sullivan offered no r
raerobera were atrongly in favor i..m . .,. hv thft n,h.
...t...nfai wmnt heme made. $jr. . t.v. ... , , ....
Templeman said bla view coincided
with those of the board. He fell
etroagly In favor of a gract, and as
sured the meeting that, If nothing
was dow by the Ottawa iOverHment,
mbitaatlal aawuat woil ) lire
waymen, but ono of them struck blm,
because be had but IS cents and de
fended himself. In tbo melee he
was badly cut about the back, arms
aad ftMosttD, 11 wounds bela la-
scollop followed, nnu
troublo wna avortod only by tho np-
pearancc of tho gendarmes, who
cleared the room of nil spectators,
ond restored order by main force.
Tho orowd, hooting nnd Jeorlng, re
mained outBldo tho doors In n state or
Paris, Sopt. 10. Louis Grogori,
tho Paris Journalist, who shot Ma
jor Alfred Dreyfus on Juno 4, during
tho coromouloy nt tho Pantheon, In
connection with tho placing of tho
body or Emllo Zola In tho hall or
rnmo, was placed on trlnl today In
the court of nsslzos, but tho principal
witness failed to appear, and hl
qwu Btntomont was all that wns heard
by the court.
Dreyfus was present, nnd wns tho
oentor of grout Interest on tho part
or tho crowd that thronged tho court
room. Gregori wns calm and showod
no slgnn of emotion.
In his statement to the court Gro
gori said thnt ho wont to the Pan
theon for tho purpose of canning n
domonttratlou. Ho declared, how
ovor, thnt ho hnd no intontiou of
arousing nn attack upon Droyfus,
whom ho said ho did not hate.
"It was against Drcyf uslem nnd tho
policies which tho wholo cannonlxn
tlon ceremonies stood thnt I fired the
shot," said Gregori. "I did uot de
sire to kill Major Droyfui, or oven
want to Injtiro blm. I aimed nt his
arm. knowing thnt It would be im
possible to injure him serlouily In
thowlsoacfcB. Tho mooting Is Ken-
oral! tnkon to mean th&t Jwrco kai
boou, established, but th outcome
may provo the niiauinptlon false
Nvmm Dlri't't Election,
Rono, Nov., Sept. lO.-r-Todny, for
tho first tlmo In tho history of tho
stato, tho voters of Novada faco tho
proposition of electing United States
tonatpiB by direct voto. By an agree
ment renched ypatoi'doy botwoen tho
Domocrntlc and Republican stnto con
trnl committees, tho legislative can
didates of both purtlou bind thorn
boIvob to nbldo by (ho decision ot tho
voter In tho Bountorlnl light. Tho
stgunturoH of I'otor J. SonimorH, Dom
oorntlc Htnto clinlrninn, and Harry J.
Humphries, Republican stnto chulr
man, were nlllxed to the ngroomont,
making It binding on both pnrtlos.
Tho court, adjourned when Gro
gori, complotod hisstatement. Un!e
(ho other wltnessos can bo prorallod
upon to appear, the case prpbably I
will bo dropped. Tho shooting took
placo in tho prusenco or many or th$
hlghoit oinclals of Franco, lnoludlng
President Falllores, who wns.only a
few feet away. It Is expected there
will be much difficulty in inducing
any or tho officials to appear.
HjK-rliil Fair Rate
Seorotary Jlofer. of tho Solcm
p.oard of Trade. Is Just In receipt of
word from tho Southern Pacific Com
pany to, tho eject that U will run
an excursion train to the state tn'f
next Thursday. Portland Day. coh
slating pf SO cars, the traluB will
leave Portlana at 9 a. m. aad" Jeava
Salem returaiag at 8 p. m. Tho
rimiM trH Hf will W tlr '?!'
1 Unlte.1 Pre I.mieil WJnO
London, Sopt. 10. -Fearing a
demonstration by tho nntl-CatholIcs,
the cardinal attending tho Eucha
rlstlo co ng re i here toduy nro con
sidering tho nbnndonmont or tho pa
rado, which was to hnvo boon n fea
ture of llio doromonles on Sunday
tho Inst day of tho mooting.
' Bo far the radical Protestant hnv
failed to- carry out any of their
ihrtmts of crmtiug disorder, and the
mattor of giving up tho Sunduy pa
rade has not boon decided yot.
Tho cardluala nnd other dignitaries
of tho church of Rome are bolng
,mndu most welcome by the official
and tnprnuera or tho nobility. Thj
oponlng or' tho congress yesterday
wns successful, and It Is hoped thnt
tho threats of dlnjurbniieo will not
bo carried out. Utmost precautions
have been takon by tho police to pre
vent any anticlerical demonstration
WITH OTHER'S MONEY
Seattle, Wash., Sept 10. Latimer
D. Carter, under arreat hero on a
charge of embezzling funds from Ilia
ostote or George L. Douglas, or which
ho waa trustee, ' In Louisville, Ky
declared that, (ho sum he appropri
ated was ?SO0O, Instead of $00,000,
ai at first reported Carter attrib
utes his downfall to wheat. Ho say
ho speculated In that cereal, ami
that when ho was caught hurt on th
market bis moaer w wiped out