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DMILY CAPITAL
VOL. XIV.
SALEM, OREGON, MONDAY, JUNE 20, 1904.
JOURNAL
, NO. 140.
! WW
CANNON
GETS
ANGRY
ays He Does Not
Want Vice Presidency
Mis the Leaders Down
for Trying: to Force
the Office on
Him
Chicago, June 2U. without doubt
ion is the most interesting per-
Ldlty here, and around him centers
L most gossip, and on him are
ied hopes that something may
kppen to nil. uie convention out. oi
Ijrut of dryness. But the Illlnolsan
emphattlc in his opposition to the
lei.
A well-defined story is afloat that
rtain West Virginia, Missouri and
tansylvanla delegates are preparing
launch a a presidential boom for
e speaker, and that they propose at
jjcologicnl moment to put' a num-
:r of bands on the streets at the
eads of processions of delegates'
irlng Cannon banners. It is need-
pis to say that the plan has not the
appori oi uiuiur i-enrose or aeon,
id is the usual thing at every con-
entlon, HKe the talk to nominate
loosevelt for President Instead of Mc-
lnley at Philadelphia four years ago,
ad the similar talk of nominating
ill instead of Bryan at Itansas Olty.
ipeaker Cannon sent for Congressman
ioerman, of New- York, and for 10
inutes there was a lively session In
ncle Joe's room. He told Sherman
,t he understood that ho (Sher-
an) m the moving spirit In. the
ew York delegation that was con-
Meg to stampede the convention
Cunon .for vice-president. "I
rut tils ( ) nonsence stopped."
ipbitJcally said Cannon. "I would
iccept the vice-presidency If It
ere studded with diamonds and pre-
tiled to mo on a platter of solid
ld." Sherman Bald that Uncle Joe
;ve him tho worst cooking that ho
r got in his life. "Oom Shelby"
torn and Governor Yates, of lilt-
m are at it hammer and tongs to-
ma for control of tho delegation and
ttaate seat in the session. This af-
moon the delegation will select a
ialrman, and Cullom declares he will
we a majority. Yates disputes this,
-t the final vote will be close.
More Frlng Heard. '
loUo, June 20. Firing was heard
M&f ff Shimosekl, and it is sur
ged that the Rus3lan fleet has reap-
ited in the Korean straits.
ENGLISH
, PERIL IN
THIBET
.Young Husband in
Danger of Being
Cut Off
Learning From Experience
How Better to Cop--With
the Forces of the
British Mission
Gyangtse, June 20. Tho situation
throughout Thibet is growing more
serious dally, and the British mission
will have to fight strenuously to main
tain its prestige. Scouts report that
largo forces of the natives are mass
ing at several points between Khang-
ma and Halung, while 7000 Thibetans
are holding the route south of the lat
ter place.
There were more than 7000 at Jong,
while smaller bodies are reported at
a number of points, where they are in
a position to cut tho British to com
munications. The facts are believed
to Indicate that the Thibetans are re
solved to do everything in their power
to prevent reinforcements reaching
Colonel Younghusband and his band.
Not only are better arms and am
munition arriving daily for the Thib
etans fronn Russian and Chinese
sources, but the Thibetans are aro
also learning more and more about
tho art of warfare, and their recent
dispositions argue that they have se
riously taken to heart the lessons
gained from tho earlier operations of
the British. They are not wanting in
pluck, and! it. will probably cost the
British dearly before Lhassals final
ly occupied,
No War With Christians.
London, June 20. Tho correspond
ent of the Daily Mall at Tangier, un
der date of June 19th, says that a let
ter had been received from Ralsnll,
In which tho bandit said:
"It is well that the Englishman and
the Americans should know the truth
regarding my doings, and the reasons
why I have talcen Perdlcaris. All that
has been said at Tangier about me,
as well as the statement that I hate
the Christian Europeans, and want to
drive them- from Morocco, is wrong.
"I desire to do no wrong to any
Christian. Should ' trouble come it
will come from Europe, for if troops
aro landed: wo will fight."
Raisull lays the cause of the pros
ent trouble to the deposed governor of
TflnMflP wlirfc wlffi Vilo fnmll.r rrntr. '
......, .., ...v. ii.o iuiuii;, b"''
erned Tangier for generations, perse
cuted Raisull's tribe, killed boys, mu
tilated children and disregarded all
the principles of their religion.
! Russian Fleet Reported to Slave tin- I
; tered Port Arthur
9 Shanghair, June 20. German advices by wireless to Tien Talh
says that the Russian Vladivostok fleet of four cruisers entered '
Port Arthur In a fog last night, outwitting the Japanese. During the
q trip the Russians destroyed 10 transports. g
RUSSIAN NAVY IS ACTIVE
Japanese Army Has Scored M0re Vic
tories by Land
Another Big Battle Is Betng Fought.
Lla Yan, June 20. A general engagement Is proceeding near Kal Chow,
The first rain- bearing the wounded haspassed here, going north.
Toklo, June 20. General Oku re
ports that 'after tho battle of Tellssu
the Japanese buried 1516 Russians
found dead on the battlefield. Burials
aro not yet finished. The natives say
the Russians burled, burned and can
ried' off many of their other dead. The
Ruslsan' casualties were appalling.
Vice-Admiral Kamlmura this morning
In an. official message expresses re
gret that ho failed to encounter the
Russian fleet. It is understood the
Russian Vladivostok.
Rome, June 20. A Cheo Foo tele
gram states that tho Japanese bom
bardment of Port Arthur was to test
tho range of the guns. The Russians
replied to the,-fire, but tho Japanese
guns had tho greatest range.
Yikow, Juno 20. A force of 60,000
Russians have occupied Tsalmaki,
north of Sluhen; also a considerable
force is at Halholai, near Tachlco.
Admiral Barker's squadron arrived
from Lisbon today, at Gibraltar en
route to Tangier.
urns
n WAS
AFRAID
GORY
AND M0TE
GRUESOME
Details of the Slocum
Disaster Are
Wearying
Of a jCross-Examinations the
Two Prisoners Laid
New York, June 20. Samuel Pear
son, formerly of tho Boer army, and
Cornelius Vanderhought, arrested a
month . ago, charged with writing a
threatening letter to Former Assistant
Secretary of the Interior Davis, had
ball discharged this morning, owing
to inability of complainant to appear.
Tho case is now dismissed. Defend
ant's declare Davis was afraid to sub
mit to a cross-examination as to the
disposition of $40,000 entrusted to him
by the Boer government.
At Kansas City, Mb., 20 aro ro
ported burled in a collapsed building.
The Coroner's Inquest Wjll
Now Go-Over the Causes
of the Wreck
New York, Juno 20. Soven bodies,
three womenv three girls and' a boy,
victims of tho Slocum' disaster were
picked up on tho East river and In
Long Island Sound beforo 9 o'clock
this morning. This makes 637 bodies
recovered to date. Bodies aro com
ing ashoro every hour at different
places. In all 575 bodies have been
recovered and identified. Thirty fu
nerals 'took place this' morning. The
relief fund to date amounts to ?3G,000.
Of this $15,000 Ms expended on funer
als, and about $10,000 has been dis
bursed for temporary relief. Tho re
lief committee proposes raising an
additional fund of $125,000 to be used
for the care of 6rphans and' aged per
sons. The coroner's Inquest to deter
mine tho responsibility of tho acci
dent began today. Over 200 wit
nesses have been summoned, and ex
hibits, Including the decayed1 llfo pre
servers, canvas hose, water valves,
standpipea, etc.
o
Plant's schooner yacht Ingomar lost
tho Kaiser cup race from vDover to
Heligoland on time allowance. The
race was won by Valdoora, Ingomar
finished first, two hours of Valdora.
o
Congressman HItt Is still confined
to his .room, but Is some bettor today.
NO
TARIFF
TINKERING
Will Be Encouraged in
the Republican
Platform
Secretary Shaw ?ays the
Iowa Revision Idea .
Has Been Buried
Chicago, June 20. Besides the vlco
presidency and tho national chair
manship, tho platform; is beginning
to arouse interest among gossips and
politicians. ,
Secretary Shaw this morning said:
"In my Judgment the tariff will como
first. Tho declaration on that subjoct
will practically follow tho ono of four
years ago. There haB beon no change
in conditions, and tho utterances at
tho party wilt bo reiterated. The Iowa
Idea has been shelved by Iowa itself,
and, although there will bo np dec
laration to tho effect that thoro will
bo no revision of tho tariff schedule,
neither will there be any promlso of
a revision in tho near future or later.
Of course, the pltaform -will considor
tho trust question. Tho administra
tion policy, wtll bo approved, but thoro
wlll be no declaration calling on con
gress fqr riotous action. Thero wtyl"
probably bo a demand, that tho tariff'
be removed1 from articles on which
thoro is no competition no trado, but.
I don't think it will go farther than
that."
Tho party admits the need of tariff
revision. The other subjects in tho
platform1 will touch and concern rola
tlons of this government with, foreign
countries. To accomplish this) tho
(Continued on Fourth Page.)
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1SHOES
The Insole Is smooth, and1 en
tirely free from nails and thread
They aro more flexible than the
ordinary "sewed soles," and
gives better service. If you
want to know more about a welt
shoe, let us show you ono that
is sawed In two to show how
they are made inside. We can
supply you with Goodyear
Welts, in Patent Colt, Vicl Kid,
Vel)our Caljr, Box Calf) and
Genuine Kangaroo, in great va
riety of new and stylish lasts,
Tho quality of our shoes, to-
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DRY GOODS, CLOTHING j
SHIRT WAISTS
A shirtwaist to put on right
away cool as pretty a8 If
they wore homo madeand as
inexpensive. ..
50c to $5.00
SSf
MEN'S HATS
The man who wants a smart,
new hat need pay llttlo for it
while wo have such a good
collection.
5c to $3.50
I
Iadle 'and Men's furnishings.
tore.
Salem's cheapest one-price cash
E. T. BARNES, Proprietor.
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THIS STORE IS AN IDEAL
. SHOPPING CENTER
Located at Salem,s busiest corner, with street cars from
all over the city running by or within a block of the doors;
easily accessible from all parts of the city, this store is the
most convenient place in all Salem to shop. During the
warm weather the store is always kept cool and airy, every
provision being made for the shoppers' comfort. The
well known high-quality and low-price standard of the
house; our vast assortments of seasonable merchandise,
our willingness to adjust all errors promptly the admir
able arrangement of our various sections these also con
tribute to making this the favorite place for everybody.
St. Louis Fait Contest
Ono vote with every 25c purchaoo,.two with a 50c purchase, and so on
No Juno votes counted after C p. m. Thursday, Juno 30, 1904.
TOTAL NUMBER VOTES CAST
TOTAL NUMBER VOTED FOR...,
Following is the complete iftt up
IlinS.hiiW
V Mar.
I UmJ Tailored
.22,588
59
Ladies' Suits
A great lot of women's walking
and dress suits in cheviots, home
spuns, etc. tho greatest suit
values wo havo over heralded
blacks, blues, browns and mix
tures; an elegant assortment from
which to choose.
Half Ptkc
WEDNESDAY ONLY
OUR 181
WEDNESDAY
SURPRI8E
SALE.
This week
wo offer a fine
grade of
Ladles' Black
Lace Lislo
HOSIERY
Regular 50c quality, Wednesday
only, pair
33c pair
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Miss Shelton, Music 775C
Miss Mollem, Bast 759,4
Miss Thomas, Parle 1482
JlW Cosper, East 132G
Miss Busbnell, Park 1057
Miss Knight, Music 451
Miss Kramer, East 38p
Miss Prunk, Elocution 35fi
Miss Patrick, O. E.'s 3Q8
Miss. Gordon, North , 233
Mrs, Holsinger, Lions. 153
Mrs, Jno. Mauior, Artisans.. 132
Miss S. Metcali, Teacher, . i. 113
Mrs. J. Lamkln, F. U. of A... 9C
Mrs. A. LaCTolx. L. O. T. M. . 93
Mrs. T, Lauderback, L.O.T.M. 91
Miss M. Magors, Park 71
Prof. Krapps, Private C2
Miss L. Trimm, Teacher .... C4
Claud GatclL, Masons CO
Miss Smith, South 52
Miss A. Beisen, North 47
Miss M. Parkhurst, O. E. S... 47
Miss Carpenter, Teacher .... 40
Prof. Baker, SoiiUi 44
Maudo Davis, East 44
B. S. Drake, W. O. W 4?
Mlua Vlntrhr V.nat ?17
G. I. Btahl, O. B. 8 33
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lo counting last evening
Miss E. Engle, Artisans 32
Miss H. Watson, Music 2G
Miss M. Kruso, Teacher .... 22
Miss E. Thatcher, D. of H... 21
Prof. Hawley, W. U., 19
Miss Davis, North 10
Miss Welch, South 19
Mrs. E. Kneoves, L. O. T. M.. 17
A. M. Clough, O. F. 10
Mary Thurlow, O. E. S 14
Mra N, Olark, Teacher 14
MiHa Meyers, South 12
Mrs. Dr. Jossup, Artisansk... 11
Elmer Purvlne, W. O. W. .... 11
F. Coldrup, Rebeccas 9
Miss L. Primmer, Teacher .. 8
Mr. Ooodo, East 7
A. O. Brown, W. O. W 7
Miss L. Goodo, Teacher 7 b
jiio. gourjos, m, u. A. .,..., D
Miss Sauvlno, Lions , 2
Mrs. T. T. Geer, O. E. S 2
Mies Dodd, Central 2
Miss Rich, teacher ......... 1
Miss Laughead, Park 1
L. II. Lowls, W. O. W. 1
Oarrio Oglo North , 1
Mrs. L. C. Davidson, R. N... 1
Mrs. 1c Ifc Travor, East 1
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supply you with everything you
need for it right here clothes
made by HART, SCHAFFNER &
MARX. You may bo suro tho
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All styles and shales.
$0fo$25
WASH GOODS
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Cotton goods novor prottlor. As
tho weaving, printing and1 finishing
arts advanco tho beauty, design
and color of cotton fabrics oxcol
thoso of tho previous year. A
flno assortment for your choosing.
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