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Some Places For
Lack of Food
Z . F.
exit closed. They were gathered up
by the score,
i FIvjb patrol wagons were Inadequate
In transporting the prisoners to the
federal building, and milk -wagons, n
barge and an electric car wore
pressed into service. The barge had
hardly moved a dozen feet when it
turned over, and the occupants, con
sisting ot five Chinamen, 15 police
mon and two drivers woro thrown into
th'e street In a confused mass.
.Tho prisoners made a frantic dash
for liberty, and for flvo minutes tho
street was a scene ot wild disorder.
In the end noarly nil the Chinamen
ware finally safely removed to tho feu-
SClie Work IS Being RUShed .oral building. They will be arraigned
and Food Being Sent to
Those Cut Off From
ON f BE
f.Patcrson, N. J., Oct 12. Tho water
receding at tho rato of an Inch an
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Sour. Tho death lUt won't bo anally
aown untl latter tho waters re'eedo
Bui many are reported missing they
111 probably bo found In the wreck-'
Ingo. word was received this morning
tot Father Achangel at Port Jervnls
Charles Morgan Arrested.
Whatcom, Oct 12. Charles Morgan,
ono of tho O. II. & N. .bandits, has
been arrested on Sammish Flats, and
Sill Morgan's arrest Is expected .to
day. Morgan has a sister residing
Were, and the search of her homo ro
vealcd tho presencb'of an overcoat
Morgan had on the night of the hold
up. Morgan Is not tho namo of eithor
mnn, and they are not rotated. Onlcors
arc in possession ot tho names, but
refuse to make them known.
Have it all
Dorlln, Oot. 12. A reliable authority
says a complete understanding has
been readied by which, in tho evont
of war between Russia and Japan,
Germany will lend her diplomatic and
moral support to Russia, with n view
of nrevontlnc England or America go-
r uirep uays. tho inhabitants almost jnB t0 japan's assistance. Aftor Ja
nrvlnf- tSfllintlna lipa linlnf ,iet.,wf ' ' ... - V. '' l.i t
IPassalc, N. "J., Oct. 12. The dang-
senior tho dam breaking Is rapidly les
sening. Apprehonslon is relieved by
' water falling.
(Tho towns of Granton, Now Dur
ham, Oakland, Bloomlngton, Pompton
Kid Butler, which havo boon Isolated
for tho past flvo days, woro 'heard
from this morning. Butler sufforcd
1e worst. No food was obtainable
starving Supplies are being rushed
from this city by boats. Mountain-
jew, enst of here, also suffered ter-
Inbly, the food supply bolng cut off
Kr several days. A. Butlorand Chas.
2arr wero drowned last night by tho
overturning of a boat Rescuo work
at all outlying points is bolng rushed
pan is crushed, uormany win snare
tho spoJIs by taking Shan Tung, and
poslbly a slice of torrltory.
Libel Suits Postponed.
Baker City, Or., Oct. 12. Tho re
maining libel cases against Manager
Hill and Editor Llvermore, of tho
Baker City Herald) will not bo ro-
sumed at Union tomorrow, as ,waB ,an.
Raid on Boston Chinese. ' nbunccd yeBtcrday. It will bo neccs-
Boston, Oct 12. Tho murder of sary to call a special vcnlro of Jury
ing Yak Chmung, in Chinatown, two men to try tho other 11 cases, as there
;eks ago, tho result, It' is claimed, of aro a number of' 6ther criminal cases
o highbinders' plot, was followed to ,bo tried. Mr. White stated this of-
last night by a general raid on theternoou that ho could not say when
Hon, under the direction oMmml-.tho othcr'llbcl trials would bo called
ration Commissioner Billings. Near- It was his purposo to havo thera called
n r t i m ' '
.tuu uciesuaiB, unaoio 10 prouueo
Drtlflcates of registration, woro taken
tho detention room at the federal
gliding. Tho only accident that oc-
lirrcd during, tho raid was the, over-
urnlng of a loaded bargo containing
Chinamen and several policemen.
fwo policemen and a number ot Chi-
lamen wero badly bruised.
Every rfsort was visited. Tho an-
baranco of tho ofllcors was followed
fir a rush Into tho streots, but tho Ago-
ig Chinamen found every means ofi
for trial during tho prosont term, how
Will Ftflht Friday.
San Francisco, Oct 12. Tho fight
between Jimmy Brltt and Charllo Slg
or'w'lll draw one of tho largest houses
horo Friday night. Sonttlo and Port
land sports havo placod a large order
for seats, SIgor is down to 135 pounds,
and fears of his not making tho wolght
nro ovoV. Brltt chose Friday for tho
tight it being his lucky day.
in the Wake of the
Atlantic Coast Strewn With
Wreckage ;Te11fng a Wa
ful Tale, Bodies Wash
this morning. Othor bodies nro- still
missing. Tho government lightship.
Capo Charles,' broko her moorings
(last night, and brought up this morn
ing In the lowor Chesapeake bay.
Norfolk, Va Oc,t 12. Tho weather
observer from Currituck, North Caro
lina, arrived horo today as a special
messenger from tho coast, where all
tho wires aro down. He brought nows
of tho wreck of tho three masted
Lay Under Fallen Oak.
Medford, Or., Oct. 12. Georfio
Smith, aged nbout 28 years, a much or
llvjng on Big Butte creek, about 30
miles northeast of Medford, was acci
dentally killed nbout G p. m. Saturday
by a filling tree Ho did not return to
thelioUBe, nnd nt 8 6'cldck fife broth
er Instituted Beardh and found him ly
ing faco downward with, aV oak tree
aboTtt 1C Inches In' diameter lylnrf
noross his back and shouldors.
Another Fourteen Year
Old Girl Assaulted
Frdltdalo nlono of 50 cars( IcavlnR
about 10 cars of tho nppleu still in thes
hands of tho growers. Frultdalo grow
cra will have received upon dollvory oS
tho entire contract about $2C,000.
Cove la Bonding out largo ship
ments of as lino npplos as. woro ever
grown, and tho prune crop Ib heavy.
These Eat for a Living.
Washington, Oct 12; Wlloy oponod
the dietary cxporlmontB today,, tho 12
young men beginning tho Bnllcyllo
acid treatmont, will cat poisoned food
for eight months. If any aro taken ill
tho experiments will bo discontinued,
Many Employes Discharged.
Now Yorlt Oct. 12. Twenty-five
hundred cmployos of tho New York
Pnntrnl nllln.1 auotAma wam ilta.
schooner Mabel Rose of Norfolk and j charged toU q ,t ,8 ,u,0
the Hewlett, of Now York, both load- , ,,, ,,ni, ,lllqlnnllB nll.,nnv rr n,n
cd with lumber; both aro a total loss. I
Tho crews woro roscued with great'
difficulty. Tho coast for miles Is!
Btrown with wrecknge, and more Is'
Steel Stocks Tumble.
Now York, Oct 12. Stoel,
coming In nil tho tlmo. Indicating a and preferred, mndo n now low record
this morning. Tho former 124, pro
forred 57". London furnished tho
grent loss of vessels. Tho body of
Captain Ames; of tho ocean-going coal
bargo Ocean Bollo, was washed ashoro
Crime Occurred in Wilming
ton, Del. If the Fiend is
Caught, Will be
Wilmington, Dol., Oct 12. -Tho
body of Murlo Koskoaklo, aged 14,
who was criminally assaulted and
slain, was found this morning. There
is ImmonBO excitement, and if tho
criminal Is discovered tho crowd
threaten another burning at tho stake.
Sales Net $26,000.
La 0 ran Jo, Or., Oct 12. Frultdalo
fruit growers aro disposing ot fruit in
largo quantities. Within tho lust two
days L. Oldonberg rold 10 cars and S.
J. Whlto three cars, for which thoy
received 75 cents por box. This makes
a total salo so far this season from
Mutineers on Trial.
IjoaVonworth. Kan., Oct. 12. Five,
mutineers woro placod on trial foilay
Groat precautions woro taken tft pre
vont their liberation by friends. All
tho spectators ware searched for con
conlod . weapons prior to admission-..
,Tho mutiny occurro November uJtby
and rosultot In one death, that or
"Waldrupe. Twority-Buvon. prisoners
escaped, nnd all but six woro cap
turcdv Tho men on trial today aro tho
ringleaders. Their convlutlon means
Storm Goes North.
Boston, Oct 12. Thoro Ib but ltttlo
nbatcmont of tho storm teday: all
Bhjpplng Is tied Up.
Soft Centered ,
Chocolate Ct earns.
154 State Bt
Phone 1071 Main
IF YOU'RE IN DOUBT
ABOUT WHERE TO TRADE
Ask Your Neighbors Who
Haye Been Dealing With
Iff YORK RACKET
Our intention ia to soil only goods that will give satiafac-,
tion and wo sell everything at the closest possible margin of
irofit Our great volume of business enables us to buy at tho
lowest quanity prices. Wo discount every bill. Wo have no
funnecessary expenses connected with the store. Wo sell for
spot cash only. You get the benefit of modern butiness
methods when you deal with us.
Ladies and Mens
Duck Coats, Cotton Covert CoatB. The famous FISH
ItRAND nod SHIELD BRAND Sliokere.
Sab's Cheapest One Price Cash Store,
Ei T Barnes, Prop,
People ia All Stations of Life Trade Hee
This Is not a store for ono class alone, but for all claries. It Is1 a storo which pcoplo favorod with aflltionco and people In humbler walks
of llfo havo nliko como to regard as their shopping headquarters. No matter what patron's station In llfo may bo, how largo or how email
their purchasccs, all aro given tho enmo Invitation to regard this as tholr store, their shopping headquarters, Nvhoro truo economy can bu safely
practiced. Wo bellcvo tho purchaser of a paper of pine to bo worthy of oqually as courteous treatmont as tho purchaser of a aealnhln JaokoU.
Pcoplo ot moderata means havo learned to know tho protection of tholr Interests that Is Insured by tho namo "MEYERS."
Th latest creations In shirts
roached us yesterday and aro
tho lato fashions which you de
mand. They are made ot fine
broadcloth, otamlnes, voiles and
cheviots. In black, trimmed
with silk folds to match. A
largo variety to select from.
$7.50 to $27.50.
During the rush of afternoon's business It Is almost Impossible to wait
upon all In a manner satisfactory to ourselves, and If any did not re
celve the attention which was due them, and If any have any com
plaints to make or are not satisfied with their purchases, please report
at once. In order to give all the courteous treatment they deserve we
would advise morning shopping, as In this way you will not bo so hur
ried, and will be better satisfied. Shop In the morning.
Dame Fashion announces that
the tailor-made garment Is tho
thing. With th W. D. no lady
,ned havo tin Imperfect or de
ficient figure. Leading tailors
and dressmakers porfect fitting
over W. 11. Eroct Form Corsets
as it gives a natural form with
tho proper shapo and curves.
Late fall stylos all In,
When othor firms advertise (Irons
goods as having the "Cravenotto"
process thoy do o to mislead tho
public. "CravonotU" goods nro man
ufactured In Uoadford, Kugland, by
I). Priestley & Co. ' We hnvo tho a
cluslvo Salem agency.
We show you genuine
In all weights and colors.
Tho shoo of fame.' Tho Hhoo of
beauty, comfort, economy. All
senslblo women nre seeking them.
When It comas to shoos, thfwo
qualltlofl aro easily found. Thoy'ro
nil comhln d In
This Is to be a season of
dress trimmings. Multitudes of
beauty sorts her from dainty
spangle to tbe broad silk me
dallions. A large quantity for
you to seleet from.
NEW FALL ZIB3
Regular 85c values
Special 69c Yard.
Famous tho world over for dura
bility, fastness of color and for oor
rect weave. Wo show a vast amount
of them, Inoludlng Zlbollnes, Crepe
de Paris, Uoutnee, silk strlpo, plain,
pauuo and knub otamlnes, plain and
stripe Voile, Drape de Alma, wool
Poplins, Marcllllta. Lacblcre, etc., etc,
mum titl 1U
This department has b -n augment-
ad the past week by a law? shipment
ef Infants' wear The line include
everything worn by infanta from bead
to foot. Look tho line over.
- ' Stw'
Ask for Un
"caHght on." It
Inl." It has
a neat fitter.
Aro "It" The vlscalized sole are
even now reeognized as being the
best wearers. They are water
proof. Ask to see the new lasts,
Tramp and Oermanla. They are
neat, comfortable and full of char
peter. A full line Just in. We oan
fit he most exacting, Itxperjenoed
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A largo and varied assortment of
swell new genuine Cravonefto llaln
Coats, Oxfords, blacks, olive shades,
gray and tan. Handsnm fit coats oyer
shown ready to wear. Drossy, tip
toppy and water proon.
$12,00 to 22.60,
HART, 8CHAFNER & MARX
Dftuble-breaflteri "Varalty." the right
thing for dreaey young men. Jut In.
Drlght, clean, A great variety.
Ip our Hosiery Department we are
closing out a few lines of high-grade
Cashmere and Merino half-bese of the
regular 50c qualities
Three Pair for $1.00.
(let in on 'lima. This Is for tueu
DONT BE HUMBUGGED by misleading name and claims.
"Cravenette," and It bear the genuine stamps and faba's.
Thare Is only one "Cravenetto," the kind we use, the genuine B. Priestley A Co,