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DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, WEDNESDAY,, DECEMBER 30, 1903
Immence Audience at Matinee When the
Fite Broke Out
Chicago, Doc. JO. Tho new oporu
Uioubo Iroquois, ono of tho finest In
jVmorioa, Is on flro, and a panic Is now
on, -vrltli tho mallnoo audlanco. A
jgonoral alarm baa beon turned In. Tho
-jaudlonco Is composed almost wholly
of woman and children. Man of tho
.fnlntlnc ones aro being carried out
"Ufuo Heard," tho big spectacular
production, was playlnp. Tho flro
-gnlnod so rapidly Uiat tho chorus girls
wero unublb to nocuro their clothing,
.and several liaro boon carried out by
tho flremon, noarly overcome by
smoke, clad 6nly In tights. A -blizzard
has beon raging all. day, Roports ar
that 15 or 20 aro lnjurod by bolng
trampled upon. Nearly tho same num
girls, aro supposed to bo dead In tho
rear end of tho, building, -where they
were ontrap'ped'by'tho flames. Tho
list of missing children Is constantly
growing. Ono ,w.ho escaped from the
auditorium, says tho women fought
each other gottlng out, and that any
child which was dropped In tho flight
must have met certain death In tho
struggle. Twolvo bodies, mostly wo
mon, havo been taken out up to this
tlmo. A largo numbor oro still- In the
building. Special pollco aro nccos
sary to hold back tho crowd.
At 4:20 Flro Marshal Campion
omorgod from the building. Ho says
tho re aro at least DO dead' bo'dlos in
side; 50 others aro so badly- lnjurod
they aro unablo to move. Tho flamos
aro still unchecked. Fire men -aro now
trying to rescue tho diad'an Injured
from thd building. Campion says the
dead and lnjurod aro all over tho audi
torium, piled In the sides ,and alplos
THE POPULAR COUNTY CLERK
OF SAN FRANCISC
bor of chlhlron aro missing. Mothors
are bolng held back by the pollco. Tho and also botweon tho chairs,
nr Is gaining. All tho first estimates seem small.
Tho flro started In tho flies and , Tho Aromcn now boltevo tho dead will
probably roach ZOO. Approximately
spread all through tho mass of spec
tacular scenery. Tho ontlro rear of
tho building Is nqw a mass of flames.
Fifteen mombors of the troupe, chorus
Women are Peculiar
They have ailments and weaknesses peculiar to their sex causing
-fthem distress and anxiety. Thousands aro carried to tho gravo
by Decline, Consumption and other diseases of a fatal character
ty not correcting tho evil in time. Time and trial havo proved
that no medicine will equal Bcecham's Pills to combat these ail
ments and give happiness and health. Millions of women in every
part of tho world toko no other medicine to keep them in per
fect health but
Women of middle ago will find that Bcecham's Pills strengthen
and invigorato tho nervous system, purify tho blood and lay tho
foundation of health and strength.
Full directions will bo fountt in the pamphlet wrapped around
each box of pills.
SoM Ete&tywfsero in Boxes, "SQc and SSc
m4H H"M 1 1 c . i it-n-i mini iih
70 bodies havo beon removed. A long
row of tho dead lie on tho payomont
in front, about ovonly divided bo
tweon womon and children. Many aro
Badly burned, somo with their faces
and heads almost consumed. As tho
work progressed It was discovered tho
holocaust was not confined to tho pit,
but tho gallery Is littered with dead.
Tho loss of llfo among members of
tho company is vory heavy. Firemen
broke- through tho floo. of the base
mont and aro now bringing tho dead
from overy ogress, Including the rear.
Tho flamos aro undor practical con
trol. Tho scono In tho street is tor
rlblo, whore mothors search for chil
dren. Sealskins and a wealth of opera
garmonU nnd Jowolry wero picked up
and carried Into a rostaurant nearby,
which Is bolng used as a tomporary
hospital. Ambulances are Inadequate.
Chicago, Doc. 30. A stock yards
employe, Charles Pockropy, crazed by
drink, this morning o'ntored n room In
a boarding houso, nnd nttomptcd to
force a lollow boarder, Vincent Clark,
to tnko a drink. Tho latt,or rofiif-od,
nnd Pockropy shot nnd mortally
wounded him, than rushed Into a" hall
way and mot Mrs. Mary Kroegk; and,
without warning, shot hor twice, In
flicting a fatal wound Pockropy Is
ECONOMICAL, NOT CHEAP.
Time 4fter Time
tho cup comes back for filling when the coffee is
made from one of
Chase & Sanborn's Coffees
BfM nrand, Java and Mocha, In tla
cam. other llliih-arade llranda, iu
parchment lined fibre bags.
because they are pure coffees of highest grade. Years
of experience in growing coffee; years of selecting
and Improving; years of testing and proving, are
behind every ounce. "
Value does not depend on price, but the price is
based upon value. Chase & Sanborn's Coffees are far
more economical than cheap brands whose sole merit
lies In lowness of price, because they go further, to
say nothing of the healthful enjoyment of drinking
(lie world's best coffee.
We solicit the first order your own satisfaction
will bring the continual use.
Put up in one and two pound tin cans, under
seal and name of Chase & Sanborn. Put .up also In
parchment lined, richly colored, imported fibre bags
thus retaining the strength and freshness of the coffee
until the last beun is used. .
Not HIb to Offer.
Washington, Dec. 30. Answorlng
many stntomonts regarding tho jnfitlon
al chairmanship, Itoosovolt issued an
intorviow, in which ho says ho hasn't
offorod It to any one, becauso It is not
his to offor. He" assured Hanna ho
would bp glad to sao him get It.
Itoosovolt laid special emphasis to tho
denial tlmt (ho place hid boon offorod
Root or Crane.
Expresses Grave Fears.
Washington, Doc. 30. Whilo at tho
stnto dopaitmont today, whero ho
cnllod to officially notify It that Pana-
ma had boon rocognlzod bv Jnnan.
MInlstor Takahlra took occasion to ex
press gravo concern over tho difficul
ties botwoon Japan nnd Russia. Ho
said wo still contlnuo our hopo for
We have Just added Chase & Sanborn's Coffees '
? to our carefully selected stock, knowing that you ;
would be moro than pleased with them. If you have . .
any doubt as to the quality, come and we will give ; ;
you a sample free.
Fuilct & Douglas
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Bloomlngton, III.. Doc. 30. At San
Joso last nlRht burglare blow tho post
ofllca safe sppnrlni unnn m v.
Jsafo In Ulnor's hardwaro storo, get
'ting $200, also tho same amount fpm
tho safe of a West Sldo saloon, and
oscapod In a buggy.
Goes to San Domingo.
Chicago. Dec. 30. A cablegram
irom uonr-Admlral LamberUm says
tho Detroit has boon sent to San Do
mingo. The romalndor of tho ships
will Join tho North Atlantic squadron
at Culnlirn imlnv '
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The Pistol Route,
Mlnot, N. D Dec. 30. W. C. Put
nam. Cashier Of thn linnV nt TTnncrn..l
'committed suioldo by shooting this
morning. His nccount are believed
to b correct.
Grand Rapids. Mich., Dec 30. Goo.
Neil, another victim of Saturday
nlnhts Pert Marquette wreck, died
jthla morning, making Die total death
,1lat 22. Soveral aro still In n critical
' Off for .Panama.
San Francisco, Dee. 30. The gun
boat Dennlglon sailed for Panama to
day. Sho Is to convoy the torpedo de
stroyers Jonas and Preble.
Notico to A. O. U. W.
All members and visiting members
of the A. O. U. W.. or both Valley and.
Protection lodges, aro requested to at
tend tho funeral of tho late Cornelius
Dole. 8orvlcos at tho houso, 18th
and Mill streets, tomorrow. Docomber
3lst, nt 2 o'clock.
A marrlagei llqenso was Issued to
day to Charles S. IUoe and Ehthelene
Sapplngfleld, P. A. Qleason, witness.
OF THF CITY
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HON. WILLIAM A. DEANE, OP SAN FRANCISCO.
lion. Win. A. Dcano, Clerk of tho city and county of San JFranclsco, was Chief
Deputy in tho ofQco of hla predocossor during tho lattor part of his term. IIo is a
Native Bon, having boon liorn and raised Iu tho city of San Francisco, and has for
many years boon promluontly Identified with the Ordor of Natlvo Sons of tho
Golden West, as well as othor fratornal organizations. IIo is an oxcoptlonally
popular young man, socially and politically also, as ovldenced by tho ballots cast
at tho lato election, ho having defeated hla opponont for tho ofllco of County Clerk
by nearly 8,000 votes.
In a letter -written January 28, 1899, from San Francisco, to Dr. Ilartman, Mr.
Dcano has tho following to say of Peruna:
Tho Peruna Medicine Co., Columbus, Ohio.
Gentlemen: would not bo without Peruna, as I havo found
it to bo tho best remedy tor catarrhal complaints that I havo ever used.
I havo tried most all of the so-called catarrh remedies advertised,
and can conscientiously say that of alt the remedies for catarrhal
complaints recommended to me none have been so beneficial as
Peruna. "WILLIAM A. DEANE.
CATAIUIII ossnmes different phases
in different seasons' of tho year.
Thorn is, thoroforo,fonrqnltowoll-mark-ed
-varieties of catarrh, win tor catarrh,
ejiruig catarrh, oumxnor catarrh, and
autumn catarrh. In each of those varlo
tlos different organs scum to bo tho prin
cipal Boat of thocatarrh.
In tho winter tho catarrh is moro fro
quont in tho head, throat and respiratory
organs. In tho spring tho catarrh sa
to chiefly nffoot tho ptomach andnd
ous system. In tho summor the bov
suffer thoottenostt while in tho autnj
tho liver and kidneys scorn to bo para
ularly subject to tlia ravages of catari
Of courao it is not meant by this ti
catarrh la absolutely confined to thl
parts of tho body during tho sensoni
which vro havo assigned thom. Cataj
may attack any organ In any season
tho year, but tho liabilities aro so md
groater for catarrh to attaok par Uculr j
gansincortalusoasons that theso font d
tlnotvarlotlcs havo bocomo recognlij
Air. Robert Douglas, llomeopati
Specialist, cor. 0th and 3? Sts.. K. vi
Washington, D. 0., in a roccnt lettcri
tho Peruna Modlclno Co., of Columbl
O., has tho following to Bay concern!
thoir noted catarrh romody, Poruna j
"I havo been a practicing nhy&kh
tor somo years, during which tlmt
have admlnlstcrcu Peruna to a numb
of my patients for colds, catarrh si
general debility with great bcnctlti
them. I ha vo paid particular attcntli
to Its effects, and I have absolute col
fldcnco In Its curative qualities, afl
have no hesitation In giving it a mi
Hon. Clement M. Hammond is one!
tho best known nowspapor men In Ka
York City. IIo -was
for years editor of
papors In Hart
ford, Conn., later
connected with tho
Now York Record
or nnd Now York
World. Ho has
ly and Is known all Hon. O. M. Ilammoq
ovor tho United
States for Jus talont as a nowspap
man. Writing to Tho Poruna Mcdlcli
Co., ho says:
"Por about six years I havo lia
troublo ovory fall and winter with ml
voico. At times it has extended to ml
bronchial tubes and lungs. I think all
this troublo camo from whooping cougli
which I had'whon 1 was about twelrl
yoars old, and which loft mo with cai
tarrh. SInco I havo taken Poruna, raj
voico has been clcaror than in over twij
years, oil of which I am willing to tcstlf i
to." Mr. Hammond's address Is "Ths
Arlington," 01 Montaguo street, Brookj
Poruna is an internal romody a
sclentlflo remedy for catarrh. It curci
catarrh whorovor located. Itacnroshutl
Peruna glvos strongth by stopping
wasto. By saving tho mucus It onrlche
tho blood. By cleansing tho mncou.4
membranes it prcsorvos tho vital forceij
No romody can possibly supply ujq
placo oi l'ornna. insist upon naviDfi
Porwna. Tako no othor romedy. Taata
Is no substitute for this catarrh mcdl-
clno. Sond for a froo book on cat&irn.'
Address .tho Poruna Modlclno Co,
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