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SALEM, OREGON. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1903.
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$ ZJsk 1 .1 t W
ifl f" fl Bl 9 B in fll
ider of American
In Train Wreck
ly leiriwy crusnea-
tes Going From Colo
rado to Chicago to
Meet Her Husband
Kansas City, Oct 29. The dispatch
pus morning confirm tho death. of
Emma Booth-Tucker, second
tor of General Booth, head of
elgalvatlon Army, In tho wreck, on
thnTrnnln lino of thn Rnntn. Fo. nonr
IfiTean.Lake, last night The -body was
llferrffifv: nniRliril. nml rIio dlnl within
arihour after being taken from tho do-
f bosJE'ourteen other passengers were
InjT, three probably fatally. Mrs.
era body was Bhlpped to Chfca-
ero her husband awaits It Tho
fewoB caused by a looso chain on
urist car catching a switch and
ng tho latter. Two
BleaMra, ono Pullman and one dining
ar wero derailed and hurled against
Sui" Immense steel wator tank at the
9 of the track.
'Airs. TucKer was en route from ai
Erjslt to the army farm colony at Ami-
(Colorado, to Chicago, whoro sho
Expected to meet her husband. Much
KMctflty was encountered in sending
ftcad and injured to Marcelalne,
thoijneareBt town of any size; Doan
ko being a small, Isolated' placo.
.relief train broke down and didn't
ach Marcelalne until five hours af.
tetfftho wreck. Tho Injured list In-
Wnrfpft W. II Mnrrnv nt Rnn Prnnnln.
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r XI tsi vui. iiuiiuuu, oi iiiu suivuuuu
, iniiuy. wilts uiu tuyuiivu ujub, iuit-
' ftvTftvn worn hurt In tho wrnok. with i
KsBxeoption of the Salvationists, who
fworci In the Pullman, none seriously,
! Chicago. Oct. 29. Frederick Booth-
Tueiter. who shared with his wlfo as
ameoual in authority In tho command
cfjtho Salvation Army In Amorlca, ar-
lvFd hero from New York, to meet
aerlat 730 this morning. When tho
cws of his wife's death was broken to
ISr at tho army hendquartors he was
iplotely prostrated. Flags at nil
barracks in the city aro nt half-
It Mrs. Tuckor's body will arrlvo
tonight, and Ho In stato at the
acess link until tomorrow night,
bn memorial sorvlces will bo hold,
, It will at onco bo shipped to New
rk, where thoro will be another
aortal service. Tho present plans
template intermont boBldo hor
fher in London.
andon, Oct. 29. The news of Mrs.
th-Tucker's death was brokon to
raged general today by his' son,
rowcll Ho acts dazed, and said
joss approaches tho magnitude of
disaster to tho army, and is nn irrc-
too Paving Interest
On Your Par chases
Six Per Cent is
When you trade "with n store doing a credit business
you pay several times the legal rate for
"A Few Days Accommodation."
iKTry the cash plau and eave all
Salem's Cheapest, One Price,
Cash Store. i
k'o carry only reliable merchandise. ' The kind that gives
satisfaction, l uai h
)ry Goods, Clothing, Shoes, Ladies' and Mens' j
Furnishings, Big line ot Kibbons jtrst in,
New Laces and Embroideries, Blankets, m
E. T. BARNES. Propsietor I
trievablo blow to the American forcos.
The news comes to us with staggering
force, but we bow to tho lnsorutablo
will of God. Orders havo been lsstied
for memorial services throughout tho
world. It Is understood her death may
result In a change of the command of
tho American branch.
Mrs. Emma Mosa Booth-Tucker was
born in England in IS CO', and was the
second daughter of the famous gen
eral. She married Tucker in 18S8.
She had chargo of the international
training homes in London for eight
years, along with her husband. After
wards sho had charge of tho army in
India; then camo to Now York, whoro
she maintained a homo in 189C. She
is a sister of Balllngton Booth, who
formerly commanded in America, and
who is now commanded of the Volun
teers of America. Sho was well edu
cated, in a sense, well read, and wrote
clear English. Sho has been classed
as one of tho six greatest orators in
Colonel Holland, who Is Internally
injured, and Is not expected to recov
er, is being sent to Fort Madison, la,
Mrs. Tucker's body is in charge of her
secretary, Ensign Mary Dammos,
who escaped without a scratch.
Pittsburg, Pa., Oct 29. Colonol
Balllngton Booth, who is hero In at
tendance on tho annual fiold confer
ence of tho Volunteers of America,
was almost prostrated when told by a
reporter of his slater's donth. The
general council of Volunteers offered
Its condolonce, also sont tologrnms of
sympathy to Booth-Tucker, at Chica
go. Balllngton Booth and wife will go
to Chicago tonight
Washington, Oct 29. Tho Novem
ber number of the Fodoratlonlst will
contain nn editorial by Gompers on tho
open shop hypocrisy, called forth by
President Roosevelt's action In the
Miller case. Ho says plutocracy at
tempted to misrepresent Roosevelt's
attitude- toward unionism. Tho order
in tho Miller caso was intended to
have no application to any service or
establishment, other than govern
mental. Tho plutocrats tried to make
it appear that Roosevelt favored the
open shop. Ho calls Parry violent,
but harmless, who Is followed by a
band of admiring disciples, which is
composed of capitalistic agitators.
Berlin, Oct 29. Tho Tagoblatt re
ports that tho German steamship Au
gust, with a cargo of naptha, was de
stroyed by flro In mid-Atlantic. Twen
ty porsons porished miserably In tho
Begin Next Saturday.
The Journal's great serial, "Alice
of Old Vlncennes," begins In next Sat
urday' Issue. Be sure to read It, as it
I one of the greatet literary works
of the age.
The Legal Rate
tho losses of tho credit system.
wuy we ro growing. m
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Assault Mrs. Jolin
She Kills One, and Cripples
Another, All Are Arrest
ed and May Be
Basalt, Colo., Oct. 29. Mrs. John
Shophord, the handsome young wife
of a Colorado-Midland railway engin
err, shot, two of four Mexican sheep
herders who attempted to assault her
last night John Chacon will die, and
his son Antone Is shot through the
hip. All wero arrested, and may be
More Indictments Found.
Washington, Oct 29. Secretary
Hitchcock today recoived a tolegram
from Portland, Oregon, that Elma
Watson was indicted for conspiracy
In tho ware case; Guy Huff, for forg
ery in a new caso; Norman Williams,
for forgery In tho Nosbltt caso. Hitch
cock said this makes seven this week,
and Is but tho boginnlng. He can
only say nono of those Indicted are
connected with the' government in an
Czar Praises France.
Paris, Och. 29. Russian Foreign
Minister LamBdorff and Minister Dol
Cassa went to Versailles this morn
ing, whoro thoy passed tho entire day
In conference Tho letter which they
boro from tho Czar to Loubot praised
tho latter for tho course of France, in
oxtendlng tho cadse of International
Won't Play In Their Yard. ,
Chicago, Oct. 29. Flolder Jones,
Cominskoy's star center fielder, de
clares ho won't play with any big
Eastern team next year, but, It Is said,
Is going to Portland, Oregon, to man
ngo n team In tho so-called outlaw
league, and may tako some of his
team mates with him.
Parks' Case Is Closed.
Now York, Oct. 29. Tho stato will
rest its caso against Parks this oven
ing. Tho bond of McCarthy, tho walk
ing dolognto, who was indicted with
Parks, was today declared forfolted.
McCarthy is missing, and his bond is
$2000, and Is signed by Devory.
German Railroad Men Strike.
Dorlln, Oct 29. In a riot at Nou
klrchon today, tho striking railway
omployes stormod tho office ot the
road, and attempted to lynch tho man
agers. A dosperato fight followed
with tho gondarmes, and 11 woro in
Jurod. Including a womnn spectator.
Died at the Asylum.
Uenjamln Glazier, a patient at tho
lnsano asylum, died last ovonlng, and
the remains will bo shipped to rela
tives in Portland this evening. Gla
zier was a natlvo of nussla, 3C yearB
old, and dlod as tho result ot general
The Trouble Is Ssttled.
SpoRano, Oet 30. Indianapolis ad
vices state that the Intornatloual Ty
pographical Union arbitration board
has fixed the scalo for prlntora at $J.&0
for day, and ?5.00 for night work. Tho
scale was signed for throe yoars.
Canteen Was All Right
Washington, Oct 39. The re-estab-Ushment
of the army canteen is rec
ommended by the commltteo appoint
ed to Investigate the subject by the
American Public Health Association,
which reported this morning.
The Fire Is Out. i
Eureka, Uutah. Oct 20 The big
Ore raging for the post three we.ks In
the Bullion, on Turkey hill, and the
adjacent mines, was today extin
guished, and 480 wlnere will return to
Canners on a Strike.
Chicago, Oet A thousand can
aera at tho Union fttpejtyards struek
today ea account of the refusal of
their demand for a 18 per cent In
crease Jn wages.
Pay Their Rent
State Treasurer Moore this morn
ing received a remittance ef WOO from
the Leewenbeg & Going Co.. the
MBOtiat 'due for the rent of the found
ary for the quarter ending Deeeber
tions Uniting to
tause i rouDie
Harrison Gray Otis the Boss
Los Angeles Scab One
Of the Leading
Chicago, Oct 29. Representatives
of a hundred natlonnl employers' as
sociations met this morning to extend
tho scopo of tho national association,
organization all omployors Into ono
union; many coming from Canada,
whoro a slmllur mooment Is In pro
gross. Th( following associations
havo largo delegatiens: National
Foundors, Metal Trades, Stovo Manu
facturers, Saddlo Manufacturers, Car
rlago and Wagon Manufacturers, Dec.
orators and Pnlntors, National Typoth
ntao, Master Plumbers, National Lum
ber Association, National Publishers
and Electrical Contractors. Among
them Harrison Gray Otis, of tho Los
Angolos Tlmos, will dolivor an ad
dress. Three sessions will bo hold
dally until Friday night
Tho Employers Association effected
a temporary organization this morn
ing. Th r oo hundred dologntea' arc
prosontj and othor arriving. Tempor
ary Chairman Van Clevo, of St. Louis,
has cautioned his hcarors that their
expressions and acts should bo guard
ed by the greatest discretion, as tho
sympathy of tho public Is necessary
In their light against Influences threat
ening the employers' Intoresta A mo
tion was mado to exclude tho press
from all meetings, and to appoint a
commltteo to give out Information.
Thla was to prevent radical speeches
being tfrotheard by tho reporters.
Tho motions wero tomporarly tabled,
but will probably bo put Into effect
Ex-Senator Saunders, of Montana,
wuntcd information aa to whether tho
organization was In tho Interests of
all cltlzons, or of omployors only. Win.
Hlgglns, of La Parto, Ind., announced
that ho and sovoral others wpuld
withdraw unloss the organization was
intended to protect tho omployors and
omployoos alike. Tho chair promised
a ruling later In the day.
This afternoon tho moetlng oxolud
od reporters, Tho conservatives aro
In control, and will make evory effort
to squelch Pjfrry. In caso ho attumptH
to make any radical speeches or
A Nice Pair of
St. Paul, Oct 29. Caspar Ernst,
capitalist, largo real ostato operator
and ownor of sovoral big buildings in
St. Paul, has been arrosted, ehargod
by Rev, -Father Motzler, of tho dio
cese of Wisconsin, with tho ombozzle
ment of 1900, alsci with forging a pow.
er of attorney to oxecuto a $G00 mort
gage, and also foreelosuro documents.
Emit Is hold in IU00 ball.
Pueblo, Colo., Oot 29. J. Aochu
lott. Jr., a Mexican millionaire, ot
Southern Colorado, is being tried In
th? federal court hero, charged with
stealing barbed wlro from the govurn
ment. Ho has just completed a sen
tence for soiling whisky to Indiana
He belongs to one of tho oldest and
wealthiest families In the Southwest
Brunettes Going to Dutt.
Washington. Oct 39. Tho stato do
pertinent received the following dis
patch today from Mlnlitor Powell, of
San Dominge: Morale, governor
Puerto Plata, has pronounced afmlnst
thU government ani1 uotn naval vee
seit and troops have been cent there.
It Is ettrrently reported that Moeja Is
in Insurrection today, but all Is quiet
here Peeahamps, vice-president. Is a'
prit'iner. The Insurrection Is In favor
O ' ii
Still Looking for Velnz.
Atana, On., Oet 20. Prwlileiit
Present, ot the Virginia Coal Cem
lanr, Is en route here from Ktioxville
on a speejal train. He has Informa-'
Uon leading to the belief that WefUe,
the mlseing millionaire, is here. The
local. polio will Gc-operato with him
en bis arrival.
Serious Riot In Paris.
Parts. Oet. 3 There were serietM
rlotB In front of tho Commorolal Ex
change this morning; whoro an In
dignation meeting against employ
ment burcauB was in progress. Whon
the crowd became lnllamod several
hundred charged tho building. Tho pc
llco defended It with drawn sabors,
sorlously wounding 13, and arresting
a !nrgo numbor.
Paris, Oct. 29. A second and more
serious riot took placo In front of tho
Ilepubllquo this afternoon, tho crowdB
which wero dispersed this morning
having again mot. Thoy tried to kill
tho profect of polico, and tho mounted
police charged the mob, slashing right
and loft Tho mob fought back, hurl
ing sticks and atones, and throw cor
roslvo subllmnto In tho faces of 38 of
the polico. Fifty riotora woro wound
ed and CO arrested this afternoon,
malting 110 during tho day.
Jack Frost Caught
Wlnnonuicca, Nov., Oct. 29. "Jack"
Frost alias Egbert, tho fugltlvo mur
derer of John O. Saxton and Jack
West, tho Harney county deputy sher
iffs, wnB captured Monday at Ameri
can Falls, Idaho, by Conetablo Mc
Coy, of Elko, Novnda.
Frost will bo takon back to llunis.
Or., for trlnl, and will pay with his
llfo the penalty of hla doublo orlmo.
In March, 1901, ho was sont to tho
ponltontlnry for a year from Lane
county, for larceny.
Run on Banks Ceases.
St. Louis, Oct 29. There Is not the
slightest sign of excltomont nt Uio
banks tnls morning. Tho announce
ment tha( $2,000,000 woro on routo
from New York and ? 10.000,000 had
boon offorWd by othor banka in tho
city, not only ended tho panic, but la
causing many to return tholr doposlts.
St. Ixul8, Oct 29. Tho steamer Lo
tus Sims, ono ot tho finest and fastest
boats on tho Mississippi, burned to
tho water's edgo at her moorings this
morning, tho crow having a narrow cb
capo. Tho causo of tho flro 1b un
known. Sho bolongcd to tho Diamond
Jo Lino, and was valued at $76,000,
8ame,Old Wreck Story,
Parkersburg, Oct. 29. Two freight
tralnB on tho llaltlmoro & Ohio collid
ed cast of horo thin morning. Tho en
gines woro demolished and ton caro
piled on top of each other. Tho track
was torn up and will stop traffic all
day. Knglnoor Frank Morgan and
Fireman Caatsol woro killed, and
nrakoman Proufoat Injured.
IH3yiHHf i7JiTfawvvfpvVFiwvvvfvrT: u
We Don't Believe
there's another community in America wher people are quicker te recognise
real vsluse than the clientele of thli store. This Is well proven br the im
medlste reiponie to our announcements In the daily papers, snd again by
the at adlly Itierearlnc volume of sales. The deep tlcnlQesnf a nf It riointa nn
errlnlv to the fmwriMlnn prlnrlpW of thlalm nr. Mrh In a word, llo
Vp tor a JiM letter ihsn root m rrhrr'i-: vA t row muft lf, at
it I", Miner end blle'' ale lor oorcnitoiner.
Dress Goods Sale
Thlc welc vi- arernndtiolins onof
nnrold time lrer Rnm rum, which
Inr lode all of our fernnut dre . fsb
rfre ench a thu fornoiie Prlftflev's
Illsck PrltlevV "CmvenrM" for
which we are rxclnnivr Sslem aeenle
Notice prleM. Prletey'e ihenrrd
tlbellne In Oxford. 48 inches wide,
regular f2 ZAvaloee at
Gsrnetsml Oxford slimline ntlt
Inir, fi'.' inches wide, reg., (1 7ft value
New rlbolint-n fn preen and brown,
4t inches wide, regular 0.86 values
Brown mixed homeipuni, regnlsr
Ulue mixed novelty tultlng
$2.05 yd -
Rioters Have Pos'
session of the City
Priests, arc Prisoners, Cit
izens Have Fled, and Rail-?
way Traffic IsSust
Rllboa, Spnln, October 29. Rioting
in tho streets by strikers continues
today, and thoro is a veritable reign of
terror. All railways havo suspended
traillc, and tho city park wna dark
last night, tho electric' wires being
cut. Seven thousand citizens havo lied
from tho city, nml tho priests aro
prisoners In tholr houses, and don't
daro omergo for fear of assassination.
Tho atrlkors reatortcd to dynamlto,
and tho government fears outrages on.
tailing a houvy loss ot llfo.
Don't Oet Gay.
San Dlogo, Cal., Oct 29. Judgo Tor
rnnco today announced his decision in
tho sonsatlonnl dlvorco ca'O of Luclto
Gay yb. John 11. Gny, tho millionaire.
Gay filed a counter suit, and won.
"LuolleGay shall tako nothing by no
tion," said tho Judgo. Her application
for dlvorco Is donlcd. "Sho sued for
Drowned Forty-Four Japs,
Yokohama, Oct. 29. Tho stcamor
Toknlmnru sunk in collision with tho
steamer Progress, of Hakodato, Ja
pan, this afternoon, In a donso fog,
and 44 woro drowned.
The Rights of Hanks.
Washington, Oct 29. -A million dol
lars in gold will bo transferred 4u St
Ftesh Today '
Jl JL JLJL U, 2d
154 State 8t Phone 1971 Main.
Col A. M.'a and P, XI 'a argne far
OvoH-'uu r faith Iniurert. 'Our
poller l vour quirk end atlnir est
lifsctloii, Our new (sll overcoalr, In
elegant medium lensUm snd Win lnnx
Knuln "Cravenelte" rain rostt aro
A fine lire ff thore famoiH ehlr's
tureatlr redurnd price.
$.50 Values $.00
i. 25 Values 0.75
New faney dreis shift" wllh fsory
Hsdrae ami plufne boiome.
A lew broken lines in men'e holry
50c values 25c
50c vataes 35c
25c values i 9c