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9ALKM, OUKGOJ-lUnAY, SElTKMltKR 11, 1008.
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Bt i tie vote tho Salem Repnbll-
u Club Ian night first rcfuspd- to
tttjthe clyb a Taft club, J. N. Smith
aitf cnmr rwvu uh'" u'"i"b tv
' Oa motion this wns recoilsldorod,
el the organliatlon was ofllclully
lytlied the Salem Taft-Shorman
H, D. Patton, A. Gcsner and Sena
te T B. Kay led tho light against
,lt ate of tho word 'Taft," A. N.
Ittm, F 0 Dockobach, John A,
Cinoa and John Knight objocted to
Salting ttie Hcono or n Kopuuilcnn
tfebbr giving It any one man's name
Mpressea iiimsoir ns uuio uib-
to Work with Young ns anyono,
(Continued on PagiG.)
560 jerdi of the latest
orth up to U.oo a yard.' Now
Wwj Flannels .
WO nrd f iha
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iw, blue and whlty,
. now, yard
ks in Salem of
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kTi Water weight.
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ASSAILANT OF DR
(Unl'.ed Trcti I,cnetl Wire.)
London,- Sept. li. Tho Central
News announces that Honry Fowlor,
socrotnry of tho. Protestant Alliance,
today rccolvcd a threat thnt ho nnd
tho prominent members of his, organ
ization would bo put to death.,'!! they
attomptod to Intorfora with tho pil
rado to bo held Sundny In connection
with tho Eucharltttlo congreas.
Tho threat comes f,rom an organi
zation styled "Tho Catholic Anti
Bogtry Society," and the communi
cation was signed "J, IL, secretary."
Tho letter follows;.
"You nro horoby warned that it
any bigotry Is displayed by your so-1
tloty In connection with tho Bucha
(Continued from Wgu G',)'
The Newest of the New
IS HKRK IX FALL WI3AIMXG AI'IMIIKL, LADIES' SUITS, LADIKS'
urns, .MII.M.NKHY, FUHS, SILK PISPTICOATS, FIXK DHKSS
COOPS, FIXK DIIKS& SILKS, WAI8TIXG SILKS, l-'ALI. IIOSIKHY
' t'AiihHWEAR, KID GLOVKS, IUIJHOXS, LACKS, DKESS
TRIMMINGS, SWAN'S DOWX FLAXXF.LS, IJl'C. DO YOl'H TKAD
ISO AT TIIK STOHB THAT MAKES IX)W 1MUCES.
ill - Jm .a. t"
If you want the beat values la this
part of the world In
(j'ome to tho CHICAGO STORE, the
3tore that does iiot want to get rich
on every sale wo make. It's the vol
ume of business we are after.
SWELL NEW SUITS .
Man tailored and Silk Lined, ?9.5i,
tUW, 9 !., f !. and uj.
HAT SAVES YOO MONEY
BOTH IN CINGINN
ON SAME DAY.
(United l'roM Lnnied Wire.) IT
Cincinnati, 0., Sopt. 11. Tenta
tive jfroposals for n dobate botwedn
Wllllnm II. Tnft nnd William J. Bry
an, to bo hold here on Soptombor 23,
wore, presented to tho manager pfi
t0 two prosldontlnt candldatos,.
uour win do in Cincinnati on thfct
dnto. Undor tho present nlanH Hr
nn will hold a big mooting but Tn
nnB no Important engagement I
Thoro Is little doubt that llrva
would accept tho chnllongo to dobat'
tno i3Buea or tho any with Tnft.
the matter la presontod to him in
tho pronoBa i ucincr subm tterl.to
the Tnft.ninnacora In "n prollmlnitty
lnahnorrandlf itappenrd attaU-UWk
ly that Tnft would' rocolvo such a
proposition, it will then bo presented
A debato botweon tho presidential
candidates, it is expected, would
draw a tremendous throng to Cin
cinnati, and the commercial organ
izations nro exortlng great effort to
bring It about.
illVltXS AND JOHNSON"
TO MKHT AT SYDNKY
(United Trcus I.ciirocI Wire.)
Loudon, Sopt. 11. It was learned
hero today that Tommy Burns nnd
Jnck Johnson have, boon matched to
light at Sydney. Australia, tho latteri
pnrt or Novombor.
It Is understood that a nyndlcato
of Australians w'll flnanco tho light,
giving n purse of $25,000, winner to
take GO por cont and tho losor 40 per
cont. Tho advices received horo to
day staot that tho preliminary ar
rangements have all boon made, nnd
that tho match Is a certainty.
Tho gonornl opinion nmnng tight
fans horo Is that nurns will bo whip
ped by tho negro.
NEWPORT LAUNCH AND
TWO MEX MISSIXG
N'ownort. Or., Sopt. 11. Friends
of Frank Saltus nnd John Coxen. who
left Newport Friday In n 20-foot
launch, and have not been -lumrd
from slnco, continued tho search for
thorn today, though thev fear tho two
men havo been drowned.
Saltus. who owned the launoh,
rromlod his wlfo that ho would be
back Suudny. Immediately after tho
boat wan lost to Plght n heavy storm
blew and raged for thre eday. It
was thought that Saltus and Coxon
mliiht havo sought rhelter in Coos
Bay, b'lt Inquiry rovpalod the fact
that they had not been there.
(United rrew I.enned Wtre.t
Dallas, Or., Sept. 11 Evldenro
pnthored today In Investigating the
death of Oeorpo Solby, a rancher,
who was burned to death, nolnts to
the siippo'ltlon that, In a fit of de
spondency, he fired his cabin, and
calmly waited for the flames to burn
him to death. The fire was not dh
covered yesterday until It was too
it tn nave the cabin. It was not
! known that Selby had perished until
, his charred remains were found.
1 Those who talked to him before
I the fire are convinced that U was a
case of Biiiciue.
nniim is MISSING
(United rrew I.fed Wire.)
Oakland. Cal.. Sept. 11. Albert
Veusella, a laborer, has asked the
pol'co to help him find Tnereso Neu
sella, his 16-year-old bride, whom, ho
says, dlsanneared from their homo
several weeks ago.
The police suspect that ?euaella
knows whero bis young wife Is. and
- .aiiiinir thft man closely. Iselch-
bor say that the counle quarreled
i the day before the wife left her
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satllnff record four !nuteii ywler:uUl a r se low w ,
av wnen rw..v
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PFUS . IS
VERDICT COMES AS
(United I'rcs Lennwl Wire.)
Paris, Franco. Sept. 11. Louis A.
Qrogori, tho military editor, was to
day ncqulttod of tho charge' of at
tempting to murder Major Alfred
Dreyfus, who ho shot at tho Panthe
on Juno 4.
... Tho vordlct was rondored by tho
Jury In tho caso. after tho advocate
general hadgiiado a etrong plea, ap
pealing for the. conviction, nnd! pun
ishment of tho defendant. Tho
court's rulings woro all ndvoi'so to'
Orogorl, aud lie vprdict was a grea
surprise to thplublle.
The shooting of proyfus by dro
gorta wnH ottu of tho most sensation
al affairs Paris han known In years.
Tho famous major wns walking al
most Upside President Fallleres. .nt
tho Pantheon colcbrntlon in honor of
placing tho body of Emll Zoln In tho
hall of amo, whoti Orogorl flrcd,
wounding Dreyfus in tho nnn. Thou
sands of peoplo nnd hundreds of dig
nitaries woro crowded plosoly about
Tho trial was shorty having begun
only yostordny. Few witnesses were
heard. Grcgorl admit tod shooting
Ho claimed that he shot in an at
tack upon the policies! of Zoln, the
dofondor of Droyfus, nnd without
porfonnl nnlmoslty for Droyfus. The
court did not pormlt him to elnborate
on this theory, ns ho l Veil known
to bo a fanatic on military nffajru,
and a strong supporter of the old
lino In tho army. Ho lias written
many articles on tho subject nnd
wns constantly ongagod In Journal
ism connected with military nffnlrs.
Major Droyfus charged that Gro
gorl attompted to mlirder him In cold
blood, and fired to 'kill. Tho court
had to koop tho guard actively on
gngod In iiroservlng ordor through
out tho trlnl, as crowds gathered and
nttompts wcro mndo to revive tho old
animosities of tho Dreyfus caso.
Tho dofonso was boaton In ovorv
effort to revive tho Jssues of the
Droyfus trial. In ordor to show Jus
tification for the shooting, Tho pres
ident of tho court was quick to rec
ognlzo this plan or the Gregorl coun
sel, and thwarted It. All the testi
mony held by tho court not to show
dotlnlto facts In Justification of the
nrlsoner wns rhled out by tho court.
Gregorl was furious at tliU attitude,
and tried repeatedly to bring up the
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JAP AND WHITE OFFICERS
OX LINER CLASHES
San Francisco, Sept 11. Tho of
tlclnls of tho Toyo Klson Kasha, tho
Japanese steamship line, aro awaiting
the arrival of the Tenyo Marti to set-
tie a dispute that hat disrupted the
crew of tho shin
IIUYU ICIUDCU .
obey the orders of the hlte ofilcors,
and the Japanese know that If tho
white officers nro discharged there
will bo no passengerd from this port
The white officers say that the In
subordination of the younger Japan
ese offlcors is Insufferable. Chief
Engineer Seaver. of tho Tenyo Maru. '
has not been allowed any sleep by
hi Jananese assistants for months.
according to the whlto offlcfrs
afirulAn fnt nrnta n MM Vina F lirOfll i
TA,i ,L .li.AtwMii ih white to n,nU0 whirlwind campaign in nis
SS i?n fflr5r thi vmmI dUtrlot. It the only congressional
anlJ"p,"?? ?c"15-n "m..- I district that tho Democrats have any
JUO JIIIIUIIUBU llll
Captain Going has had to dlioharge1 ace amounting to thousands of dol
several lots of first and second ot'l-t'ars 1 rorted as the result of n
Cers. ' vore wind storm which swept the
An Investigation U to be made ' imoerlal valley last night
whou the Tenyo Maru reaches this The fir walls of the resldenco of
port next Tuesday. Charles Staack wer torn down. but.
o tnarvelously. Mrs. Staack. mothor of
Charles Davis, who admitted
tempted wlcldo. and who was Impil-
cited In tho story of Mrs. Rlcfl as the
r..t5-l n, PVrifc Rustln. at '
his home In Omaha, has been arrest-
ed, charged with the !rlme. '
. r....t hm n,troe., to
defer tb MMlorlal eopfeit In Iowa
iiicir LauitVi - mm- - - - -
bilcaB ,-, ,B hh rtate,
(Uultfd PrM l.eael Vk'IrM .
Oklahoma City, Okla., Sopt, 11.
Tho stnto supremo court to'day up
hold tho bank deposit guaranty law,
which has boon nude nn Isstfo In tho
national campaign by llrynn.'
This stato ndoptod tho flnlt law of
tho kind ovor put into operation,' nnd
efforts wuro mhda to prove that It
Tho main difficulty aroio whou At-torney-aoneral
that national banks could not avail
thomsolvos of tho law. This mnde it
hard for tho national ba"nks to bid
against tho state banks for deposits.
ino syaiom nas provea n wonuor
ful nuccess, from the point of view
of tho bnnko operating undor tho
guaranty. Doposlta have piled nip,
and It was through thb nttrnctlon of
.funds from Knnsns that forced tho
Republican convention .of, that stato
tb ondorsq tho Bunranty'plhn.In de
llance of tho iiilttonrtl attitude of tb.o
COMIXO TO ORGEON
Portland, Or., Sept. 11. Announce
meiU wns mndo today thnt United
Statos Senator Tliomns J. Gore, tho
blind orator, from Oklahoma, will bo
tho principal speaker at tho llrynn
meeting to bo hold hero September
-T). Tins one will be the biggest ral
ly for the Commoner In Portland
during tho campaign, nn'd euro Is
being exorcised In 'electing spoakors.
Senator Gore will also sponk In Rose
burg. Or., Septoinbor 20.
McthotllstH Hammer Cannon,
Danvlllo, ill., Sept. 11. Following
tho bitter attack upon htm yester
day by Uryan nt Olney. Speaker Can
non came in for another drubbing to
day at tho handft of a conforonco of
Methodist mlulstors In this city.
Cannon'u remarks, charging that
Methodist bishops aro misinformed,
and thnt "they go off half-cocked"
woro denounced by tho ministers, and
characterized by them n3 "sneers"
at tho church.
Neither tho attack by llrynn or
tho arraignment by tho minlsteri
seems y-hnve had a perplexing uffoct
on "Uncle Joo," who oxpucts to be
sent ba"ck to pnuitrevR by nno of the
largest majorities ho ovor received.
DEMOCRATS XAME LAIIOR.
Sah Francisco, Sopt. H. After
two ballot had been taken. George
A. Traci'y, president of fhe Stato Fed
eration of l4i)or. wn nominated uy
tho pemocratn yesterday afternoon to
mako the race for congress In the
fifth district, against Congressman E.
A. Hayes. Tracoy Is today preparing
.... " ".'. i .'hono of caoturlng In this state, and
,. -., ,, i....ln.l 'Ph.,.
Tracoy had received tho nomination
of the Independence party, and was
ppposed by many Democruts on this
ground. Former Congresimnn James
G. McGulre wanted the nomination.
HAS RAD WIND STORM
(United I'rem lasted Wire.)
El Centro. Cal.. Sept. 11. Sever-
al houses aro in ruins today, and dnm
ai-.tw o'nnr oi we picw w..s.ru
Jury, although she was avleep in hrj
-oom at the time of the dllr All
Imnirlal three cottagta. two inftloul
oSckng sheds ami numerous tent
boue were wrecked.
Two murines were expelled from
Do;to theatre when .fhev complied
(,i() . ,
of nattonai air -njoors.
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ROYALTY LIVES IN
(L'Bltoil, l'r X.tte4. WlrnJ
Rome, Sopt. 11, Half crazed r
worry ovpr tho constant thrUi tm
revolt at LIbou and or attempts m
tho lives or mo,mbors of the.- royl
famjly, tho Dowajwr quwwrHwk
Pin of .Portugal U t4y prtptHttr '
loavo lier country fr Italy; ttfen' tt
mnko ,Kei: future hbwe.
It Isv.nder8tooil that alio hM irXfc
ovot'ytklHg In her power to tnrtttce
tho ydUHg'Klng Manuel to ahdteate
and, accompany her. but he declare
bin duty Is to remain, at whatever
porll to himself, among his t'MpJ.
'Bven Klnsr Victor Kmanuel, who
lireslngjy Invited the qhh to wake
her homo in this country1, has writ
ten her that he believes the Portugese-'
nioharcli would do wronsr to al
low himself to be mrifte4,lnta.JH
ronderlng tho crown.
Tho queen's decision, and tho fact
that tho Kln,g of Italy urged it upon
horj, aro considered here highly )
nlflcant of tho alarmliiK situation In
Queen Maria Pla has novor recov
ered from tho shock of King Carlos'
and Grown Prlnco Lull's nsBasilna
tlon, and August 20, when tho Ll
bon. ppss predicted that thoro would
bo i fcouoral unrlsing, wns complotc
ly prostrated by terror fdr liorsoif
and mombor or her ramlly. Hor
physlclana are said to havo hsiiurod
trllli fn.ltt.il .....I r l.nm.n 4..MliM. An
i.llif, .MIIIMIII, 111)11 u llltTV "IIHUII U
Kliift Victor, that sho cannot long
survh'q without ft chnngo or scone.
' SAID TO BE
.(United J'rrM Lew-cd Wire.)
IJnhtpn, Ma ., Rnnf 11. Double
guard bus boon placed about tho
Chnriqstnn navy yard, nnd ovory vli
Itor Is elbsely Hcrutiulzed. followluif
tho (llsrovoy of wo Japauooe prowl
ing abcMt the yard.
It becqp'p known today thnt tho
gnvornmmit suspects an elnborate
olan by tho Jni'nuose to discover tho
working or tho now DavlH torpedo,
which recently nrovnd iv groat sue
ct"n,lu tho tests at tho navy yard.
Tho iipnenrhiico here on Labor Day
of Chief Wllkle. nt tho United 8ntoi
secret service. ' believed to havo
Home significant bearing on it.
;tt ly raunrntd Mint n whlto Woman,
wellknown at Waslilnetnii, whom
eh movo In dlnlomatlr circles. In
said to bo connected with thn Jnpor?
osi. and ho h said t bo under sur
volllanco horo t ttmsent Till wo
man num'nrd In Wnsh'ngton nt tijp
tlm of. (ho Japanese riots in Califor
nia, i"i b tieen prominent there
sliice that time.
It K no sorret thnt an effort wns
made to learu the secret of tho new
tornoflo which has created a sensa
tion In navv circle, and has broken
tlje projectile corner, making It nos
slblu for the government to obtain n
high urado of toroedo nt a much
more reasonable figure.
The government oflic'nlrt nro un-wllllnif-
t'j talk on the sublort nnd 1
U Impossible to len'n wV'hr r
rests aro contemplated, but It Is cer
tain that most extraordinary nrecnu-
( will bo taken from th's time
forth. Under n order issued thl
afternoon no cameras will bo allowed
within tho navy yard. Tho Davie tor-
--fri " ' in kiv t"ve' P nOW"
r o - tiro"h hvy pernor nl'itw
and explodq afterward, This wld
mean that tho explosion would take
njace Jnsldo n wnmhln. mnklng tbo
torriqdo one of thi ;nost ffocMve of
an death'deallnK machines of mod
Nevada hee in rf I'llnt Ho
vl anfl oher federal of"esiB to ",,(
ywt tMr creat,Bg j,Wp.Kraxlg
t leads Into forest reserves.
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