xyjv I l0umal "i I dm- I j fill -! IJ Hi 1 ml 111 VJlfllAVtiY v ' VOL. XIX BBIFIC AT ROSLYN Ten Known to Be Dead and Others of the Injured Will Probably Add to the Death List. MINES ARE BURNING EMIIEH8 THHOWN FHOM SHAFT HTAUT FIHES, HANKS, V. M. O. A. AND TWELVE OTHEIt Kit AMU 1IUILDINGS DESTIIOYED NO CHANCE TO CHECK FLAMES. I united mess leased wire. J Hoslyn, "Wash., Oct. 4. Otis Now Iioubo, outsldo foreman of tho North west Improvement company's con! fT f IVIVIV IVTV.l f IV Fall Goods We are giving the values and XPLO .,:.,:., rf ,t ihn Phtnnnn QfnrA ie r nhf nn tho rint LrUllVIIIUIIiy VIUUI lliai UIU umuayu uivib m num vii mo M..IHI .,,B.a..-.-..M...u,.. .. We are now doing the prices and see the difference. SALEM'S LEADING CLOAK AND SUIT STOUE offers the great cat values In this lino of merchandise that was evor offered in i'sloni. Our motto is quick salts and small profits. We buy, for iash and sell for oash. and that is tho reason wo oan give you t-uoh high-class merchandlst at such low prices. These Suits on sale are just like tho above out; snappy garments with long ooati and plainted skirts; materials the newest and workmanship the beat. 1 ADIES' SUITS $10.50. $12.50. $14.50 and up CHILDREN'S COATS $1.50, $2,50, $2.95 and up MISSES' COATS ' $1.95, $2.50, $3.50 and up LADIES' COATS $3.90. $1.90, $5.90,$ 6.50 and up 4) I Men's 75c Wool Fleeced Winter Underwear now selling for 45c 4-WHOtarWmitttfUIltrill 8-K4-C30K-0ea-f .& i ENT TAFT WELCOMED AT mine, died early this morning. melting oxplosion which occurred In .lie nunc hint night. John X. Jones, the mgl weef, who was also Injured, Is ex pected to recoer. C. II .Claghorn, manager of the coinpnny'H office In Tacoma, arrived hero this morning to tnku charge of tho work of rescue A small forc of inon is now working its way th io UK han old stopc toward the place where tho flro resulting from the ox plosion Is now raging. Owing to tho presence of gas and smoke, there Is no prospect of check ing the flnmos or reaching tho en tombed nion for several days. There Is no hope of saving tho five men who were in tho initio workings nt tho tlmo of tho dlsastor and it Is believed that thoy mot instant death. Tho five oth ers who lost their lives were working uenr tho surface. Officials o ftho company state that only flvo men wcro entombed. Embors thrown from tho mlno started flro almost simultaneously in fourteen different places n quarter o fa mllo away. Tho banks, tho Y. M. C. A. and twclvo other framo build ings wcro totally destroyed. Tho pow or plant, tho boiler houso and tho en glno room aro still intact. . Tho other mines belonging to the (Continued on Togo 4.) rllllllflgIlfWHHHlH' Now Selling Rapidly the people know it. The crowds greatest business in the history of our store. Get our prices Wonderful Values In Ladies' Misses' and Children's New Fall SUITS and COATS 75c C5c 75c Chicago Stoe Salem, Oregon THE STORE THAT SAVES YOU MONEY SALEM, OHEGON, ALL OUT TO 6REET TAFT ON V8S1T TO STATE Depot Grounds Are Crowded With Vast Throng Anxious to See the President and to Give Him a Loyal Welcome to the State Capital Hundreds Regret Arriving Too Late. HIS FIRST WORDS CAUGHT EVERYBODY HK5 CltOWD SMILED WHEN "HIO III LL" SMILED IN A 1T.W WELL CHOSEN ItEMAHKH HE PAY HIOH TIUHUTE TO AMERICANS AS A CONOLOMEKATE ILlCE WHO HAVE THE 1IEST TItAITS OF ALL KACES -HE SAID: "WE A HE A PEOPLE WHO LOVE PEACE, HUT IF IT IS NECKSSAHV TO FIGHT, THANlt GOD, WE KNOW HOW TO HCIIAIV ' With the shouts of tho pooplo ring ing in his cars, tho Big Prcsldont of the Untied States, smiling and wav ing iib arms, with his golf cap in his that visit our store daily is w th thfl r nt nnnrls nt t hr rmhr J SPECIAL SALE PRICES ON THE FOLLOWING GOODS: $1.25 Moire Silk, now yd 89c S5c Bengallno Silk, yd 59c $1.39 Fancy Plaid Silks, yd. ,95c Walstlng Silks, yd 19c Wool Dross Good, yd 39c Wool Druse Goods, yd 49c $1.25 New Gray Dree Goods, yd. 85c 75c Wool Serges, in all colors; special price, yd 49c Ladles' Swell $4.00 Trlmmod Hats, now selling for .$2.50 Better Trimmed Hats nt low prices. Wool Waists from 49c up Ladles' $3.00 Wool Swoators. . .$1.9.) Better Sweaters at Sale Prices. 1,000 yards Outing FJannol, yd... 4c We ate giving wonderful virtues in Ladle, asm-s and Children's Hosliry and Udintcnr, Iluy your HlanUet nnd Comforts nt the Chicago Store, 75c Satin Damask Table Linen sale price yard 49c MONDAY, OCTOUEIl I, 1000. hfitid, bowing and saying good-byo bud i:ood luck to you passed out into the night Sunday ovcnlng as bis spe cial train pulled out of tho capital of Oregon. It had been a groat day for tho Proslnont from Morning until night, nnd ho was convinced in a thousand I ways that tho nffection of tho pooplo of orogon, ih real, ana mat. it extends to tho womon nnd children. For four miles out of Portland tho railroad , track waB lined with mon and wo- ' "n. corning mon ana uwoiiors :n ti 1 l.KnrltlA VntMAB M 0 illA MMJk.M HA :,,,,, I( lhoro ro nny BUCh ln 0rOBOn . --woro out with tho bnbloa nnd all were joyous nnu waving nags, ami throwing flowers and cheering, nnd tailing "Hollo, DIM" "How aro you, Mr Piosldont?" "Good luck, nnd good-byo." "Como again," and "Ho U all right." To all tho Prosldont respnndod kindly, omitting nono In his greeting, not oven tho slnglo flag man, standing at his lonely post, guarding tho track nB tho Presiden tial pedal wont by. President AVns Pleased. These slncoro oxpresslonfl ploascd the President Immonsoly. Tho "Hollo, 1)111 ' camo so often, that I began to suspect thnt ho was nn Elk, nnd when i asked him. he said ho was not, hut know It wn a favorite ex pansion of tho order. Ho said ho did not belong to any order, but was wade a Mason at tight aftor his elec tion to- tho presidency aftor ho came to Cincinnati. He was especially delighted with the entertalnmont ho received nt tho hands of Senator nourno, whoso guost ho was at Port land. Ho said ho had never had moro perfect ontortnlnment thnn on his visit to Orogon. Ho praised the rsnagement of tho Portland Hotdl ird Landlord D-wen, who personal ly looked nfter the viOfaro of tho dls iffulshod guoit tf Senator Dourno. The flowers, tho loving enro, the un Mtentntlous tooj will shown him by small and great hav eleft an Indel ible Improsslon on the Prosldont. and lie said over and over ho wa coming lack to Orogon, jortdbly next year. He is -jnloylng h' . trip with as much glee as a hlg off on a holiday. He ! piiytlcfclly is perfect conditjon, hank to Dr. Rlth&idton, his trusty J iihysic'an. Tito Portland Muddle. There was a great deal of talk on the streets about tho way tho Port laud reception committee hunglod things. Such talks always occur and m 'stakes are always made, but phrough it all the President nver dl- i lowed it to come to his notice or get , n his nrve. The soreness was nil .. the uut&lde, and the expression in a Portland newspaper about tho luncheon to tho President being atrletly a Portland affair" will go down into political history. Tho best men In tho stnto folt snubbed. Men Hko Pat McArthur, who conducted tho Taft campaign fir tho Fulton wing, woro not romomborod, nnd tho most prominent Republican leadors In the stato woro overlooked by tho malingers. Tho worst break of nil was tho omission to includo tho chil dren from tho Catholic schools in tho public pnrndo of tho school children, Tho Catholic pooplo wero told they would bo Included, but tho mnttor was bandied bnck and forth, and nt tho last moment they woro left out. Whon Archbishop Christie Informed tho Prosldont about It, tho Presi dent Insisted on reviewing tho Catho lic childron, and it was dono Sunday afternoon nt tho aendomy, and tho act was dono In n wny that won tho hearts of all. Tho Prosldont Bald he admired tho archbishop for not rustl ing into tho nowspnpera wiUi a grievance, nnd spoko of Chrlstlo as tho highest typo of American citi zenship, who would yet mnko a high er mark in the church. Common Pcoplo Get In, Aftor tho society pooplo had tho Prcsldont, Senator Dourno began to (Continued on Page C), SALEM PAYS FINE TRIBUTE TO EGKHART Grave of Officer Is Covered With Flowers by Crowds of Those Who Appre ciate Worth. Sunday afternoon Salem pnld the last tribute it could pay to tho mem ory of Its olllcor, wins lost his llfo in tho performance of his duty. It roallzod that ln paying trlhuto to Thomas Eokhart It was honoring tho momory of a good man-, a perfect clt Izon, whose life was glvon ns n sac rifice to duty. Long boforo tho hour hot for tho funeral, tho enrs wore loaded with those who roallzod they cuiild not get out to the cometery af ter tho iirooeaalon had startod, Thy carrlod n wealth of flowora, and a woalth of sontiniont, and whon later tho funoral cortego arrived thoro waB a vast crowd of Salem's citizens wait ing to honor Itsolf In honoring him who represented thorn. Tho funoral services at tho gravo wero conducted by tho Modern Woodmen, and at Its conclusion tho llttlo mound that covered the remains of Thomas Eok hart was n groat bank of lloworn. Out over tho misty boundaries of tho unknown his spirit has pono, laden with flowers, sweet with porfumo, fragrant with prayor and sympathy and love. MAIL ORDERS BOUGHT HER A FRENCH COUNT Paris, Oct. 4. Miss 1'erim Wunu makor, daughter of Itodnmn Wana makor and tho grnnd-daughtor of John Wnnnm&ker, tho millionaire merchant of Philadelphia, was mar rtod today to Count Aurture Hennon, a member of the Spanish nobility. The wddlng took plaee nt the French Catholic church of 8t. Phil llpple du Iloule. shortly before noon, and was wltnoaaed by a small hut brilliant assemblage. Among thoso prowut during the nuptial ceremonies woro the mombers or the Spanish and Aniorlonn oinbas slee. Following the wedding a reception was held at the Hodman Wanamakor residence at Paris. NO. 234. SALEM NERALLY WALL STREET WANTS BANK OF CONTROL But at the Same Time Wall Street Wants to Control It, Otherwise it Will Not Go. IT WOULD CONTROL THE COUNTItY'H FINANCES WITH THE OOUNTItY'S MONEY AND WOULD HAVE THE POWER TO CHEATE A PANIC ANY TIME IT WANTED TO. UNITED mCBS IJBAKD WIW8.J Now York, Oct. 4. "Tho plan for n great .centrnl bnnk of Issuo had its origin In Wall street and not with tho Nntlonnl Monetary Commission. Wnll street will control tho bank or thoro will bo no such Institution." This wnB tho statement mndo today by Alfred Crozlcr of Wilmington, Do)., author an, one of thf'"U;st-vonced students of finance In thfti country, when asked' for nn explanation based on tho announcement that n member of the commission admits such an In stitution is to ho recommended. Continuing, Crozlor said: "It Is humorous to noto tho cop manner in which tho Wnll street In terest aro allowing tho nows to leak out. As n matter of fact this doal Is tho prize bunco game of American history nnd Is calculated to place tho entire control of tho nntlon's cur rency In tho hands of Wnll atrcet. This plan hns been completed for months. "Fonrlng nn uproar if tho entire plans nro sprung nt onco tho mon on glnoorlng tho deal aro shruwd enough to spring tho plans by strat egy. "As bndly uh Wall Htreot wants this Institution, which would glvo It tho Ontlro power to Issuo or withdraw tho monoy of the country namoly, the powor to make nnd unmake pan ics tho mon backing tho project will knife their own offspring instantly if thoy feel nny scheme mny bo con summated whloh would keep tho con trol of tho Institution In tho hands of tho government. "If this hank Is organized with the capital stock, prlvatoly owned, In my opinion there Is no scheme possible to provont Wall stroot from gaining con trol o ftho organization." a v Married in tho Morgue. (UNITED 1'lllSHH LEASED WIHT. Snn Francisco, Oct. 4. Rudolph Hchwolter, of this city, nnd Laule Iltiber, iof San Mateo, wero innrrled today in tho morgnie, thoreby setting a now rocord for freak weddings 13 this city. Thoy arrived nt tho morgue ii soaroh of Justice Trend well, who wax sitting on a suicide case In tho place of tho coroner, Trondwoll was culled from th Inquest room, and, upon tho carneit solicitation of the groom ho per formed the ceromony, Tho chief dep uty oironor acted as ono of tho wit noMes, FEARS ENTERTAINED FOR POPE'S HEALTH UNITED i'HGHS UMSED WIEJJ.J Home, Oct 4. Detplto nufhorlUt tlve Btntimients that the pope's nil inonts are not serious, grave fears regarding his condition wqte ox pressed today The Indlsposltlja keeps him In closo seclusion.