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S A BETTER JOB THAN THE LAST ONf WORTH HUNTING FOR WORTH -ADVERTISING POR ; -TRV-THE- JOURNAL
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THE UNITED STATE
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XTSB REPUBLICANS OP DODO.
1X0 ISSUE TRIAL BY JURY
I RAILROAD MEASURE DRAWN
ROADS TO BE VALUED.
(United Press I.cnscd U'lri.)
Denver, Colorndo, July 0.
le following is the oxnet text ,of
c nntl-lnjunctton plank ns finally
opted by tho plntform,mnkers,thl9
icruuuu mr suumiEsion 10 mo
I'The courts of Justlco nro tlio bill-
STORMED BY PERSIANS, MEN
AND WOMEN GO MAD AND
SLAUGHTER RESULTS SEV
ERAL HUNDRED KILLED.
( Continued on page five.)
(United Tress Leased Wire.)
OtlcJEjf, July 0. Several hundred
more people were killed today nt
Tnlirlr In n mnumipm. mnro torrllilii
than flint t following tho-cnptu.ro o?J
tho city by tno snairs cosbbckb Juiy
3. Todny'B Blnughter was tho moro
horrible because It wn8 ntarted by
tho crazed Inhabitants of tho cap-
mt&r -i M m W r sss
III Mil Fjfr '
PEOPLES BARGAIN HOUSE
Crowds Attend Our
THE PEOPLE KNOW THE STORE THAT GIVES THE VALUES.
XO MERCY SHOWN TO 1'IIICER DURING THIS SALE. -ALL 'DE
PARTMENTS ARE REPRESENTED. IP YOU WANT THIS SILL
SON'S LATEST MERCHANDISE COME TO OUR STORE AND SEE
THE LOW PRICES WE ARE ASKING.
$1.00 Chamy Mercerized Silk
Gloves all colors and black elbow
lengths. Clearing Price, pair 69
Soiled Sheet, Pillow Cases and
Whlto Bed Spreads ut Clearing
5,000 Yards of Waih goods
must go. Clearing Prices on
them all from Be a yard up.
50c Dress Goods ; J .
Now yard , t . . ..'!25i
;s5c Dress Goods '"
Vow yard 49
.r.ic Silks, all colors
95c Dres. Silks, all colon
Embroideries that- were 10c
ind 12 He yard, now only... 5
IA.nd so on along tho'ljne.' -
Sun Bonnets 9c; MeVs 25c
straw Hats, 10c; Men's Overalls,
ow 39c; Boys' 25c Waists, now
; Boys' Wash Suits, 39c.' and
'f; Be-t Standard Calicos, yard
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On all, our Ladles' Suits, Dress
Skirts and Shlrt Waists, also on
all our Millinery and Feathers.
$2.50 White Linen Dress SklrtB,
Clearing Price $ 1.40
J1.00. White India Linen Shirt
WnlBt3, Handsomely Trimmed
with embroidery, now...49
LadleB' Swell trimmed $5 Hat,
now only $2.50
Ladles $15, 1S and $25 Suits,
the latect, $8.50, $10,50 awd
$12.50 sale on.
The Store Tkat Saves .You Money
ACCIDENT AT ROGERS PASS IN KECESS TAKEN TO. ALLOW RES-
THE ROCKIES MEMBER AT
PINE CLUR SLIPS OVER PRECI
PICE IN SNOWSLIDE.
(United Prom T.ensct! Wire.
Delllnghnm, Wash., July 9. Aft
er tottorlng on tho brink of n moun
tain prcclplco boforo the eyes of,a,
horrified party of explorers, Miss
Helen L. Hatch of ,Lothbrldge, Al
bortn, slowly slipped over into thy
chasm and dropped thousands of
feet bolow and was crushed to ?eath
on tho rocks. Tho accident happen
ed Just south of Rogers paw In tho
Miss Hatch was n momber of tho
Alpine blub, nn organization com
posed of mountain climbers 'from nil
parts of Canada.
With tho club members Miss
Hatch Btarted to scale Mount Evelyn.
They renched tho snow lino Wednej-
t'ay. In splto of tho warnings of her
companions Miss Hatch Insisted In I
walking In tho Bnow. She hnd walk
ed somo distance from tho other
members of tho party when she felt
tiro hugo mns,s of enow sl'pplng be
neath hor. Sho struggled Th vain' to
regain a firm footing; but' without
avail. Sho cried to hor comnhrilbns
for holp. Nothing could o done to
old her. Slowly sho slid to tho
brink of tho awful chnsm, tottered n
moment and then was sw'ep"t over.
After tho party reached the bottom
of tho canyon they found her
mangled body nmong tho boulders.
OLUTIONS COMMITTEE TO FIN
ISH AVORK LITTLE IS DONE:
r . .rm
ACTION IS EXPECTED
STATE DEPARTMENT HAS BEEN
NOTIFIED 11Y VELOZ THAT HE
ILS BEEN ORDERED TO RE
SHERIFF GIVES UP
(United Pss.,I.e;iio4 Wire.) ,
.Washington, July , 9. Senor N.
........,....,, . .. ov.w ......J miiiiiu UCIIU UIIUIil-DB, IUU Will
the state depnrtmont to thli effect 1 doress, is dead. When t
this afternoon. This' completely sov- Hlllsdalo telephoned to
(Upltd!'PrMi T.onsed Wlr.)
Addltortusi, Denver, July 9. Tho
convention adjourned unt'l 7 .o'clock,
this evening. ' t
The rrocooillnjri. . "
The "Democratic pllo drlvor," nn
tho friends of Colonel Jnmes Guffey
and Patrick McCnrr'cn hnvo named
tho. Bryan mnchlno hero, wns work
ing very smoothly todny.
Desplto the, Intohso hoat outside
and the general belief tjnt It would
bo several hours and. postlbly not
until (onmrrmv bofnrn nnsntnaflnna
could be reacKedf the crowd piled In
to the building filling ovory sent and
stnndinp In tho topmost gnllerles. Denver, Colo., July 9. (BBl II
Bright faced, well drc3ed women, Cnnfleld, Staff Correspondonfof Uni
ted Press.) Tho redlcltlon of Con
gresemnn Rlchnrd Penrson Hobsoh
of wnr with Jnpnn, which " he hn
OFFICER REFUSES TO SEND FOR
SUSPECT UNDER ARREKT AND
OFFICIALLY DECLARES MRS.
t United Press I.entfd Wire.)
-Ln Porte, Ind July 9. Weary oT
VHoz-GoltIcon, Hist secretary of tho running down hundreds of "valuel
gnejueln legntlon nnd chnrso d' nf- clews and being. called upon, to Idwv-
clnd for tho most part In soft cling
ing white materials, mndo up tho
bulk of tho crowd. And thoy were
decidedly enthuslnatlc, applauding
lndescrlmlnntely tho band ns it dl
coureed first northern nnd thpn
southern airs. There wns no section-,
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inircB. hns been directed liv 'Prngi- 1 tttv xnnnMntii ...motn ui.uin o...i
5., 1 --- t. --,-. .... ww..... Mu'v.bajiicJaiiL ailing"
ent Castro, to lenvo this country Im- zer today officially declared thai
mediately. The secretnry notified Bello GunncsB. tho whoIoBalo mur.
tho sheriff nt
ers diplomntlc communicntlon bo-!dny that ho was holding tho. Ctuti
tween the two countries. Tho notion ess woiha'n the'locnl. shorlfT refuiwdr
was expected. " (to Bend, a doouty for her oxplufnlh
t.tvtbeu)iHirdreji (lied in thp fiitr
which destroyed Vef home.
The discovery of the jjold from
Mrs. Gunnogs' teeth and vnrfiHn
otjjor.clr.cujustHncoa auirroundlnif the
ulnio In'Vhlch tho wohinn, and thfw
clvlrdr.cn wero burned to jjoaih have)',
convinced tho sheriff that tho..ufur.
deress did not escnpe.
HOBSON IS JEERED AND
- ' - HISSED AT CONVENTION
(rutted Press I.ensed Wire.)
mnd,6 from the locttire plntform in I
till tho nltini nt tlin PnnlflA r-nnnt mil '
wh'ch nroused grent Interest nt rom niTnHrinnK
nlnce. Is not tnken Rcrlouslv horn hi'.'" v'llvJVvH
tured city, who nro stnrvlng to death,
For sovertti weeks before tho city
surrendered, tho food situation was
desperate After tho c'ossacks took
possession of Tabriz, tho people who
escaped denth wero refused food bv
tho soldiers nnd beenme despernte.
Early todny n brend riot was start
ed by crnzed men and women who
had beon without food for five dnys.
A lino wn started Jn the poorer sec
tion of tho city nnd the hungry mob
mnrched straight for thnt portion of
the city occupied by the shnh'i
This wns tho signal for nn add'
tlonnl slaughter by the qossacks.
Fighting broke out In several streets
nt once. In most enses the women
and children of Tnbrlz simply knelt
beforo tho brutal soldiers nnd begged
to bo put out of their misery. The
fighting wn desultory on the part of
the hunger-crazed 'people of the fall
c'ty nnd beforo noon It hnd been
converted Into a Blnughter,. The cos
sacks nro npparently their own mas
ters. Commnnder Knhn is making
no effort to Btop the outrages. The
situation Is getting more, desperate
TWENTY KILLED IN
FALL OF BUILDING
Wnltd P.-ms Leased Wire.
St. Petersburg, July 9. Twenty
persons were killed today and twice
that number badly injured in the.
collapse of a large building In the
eour&o of erection. Fifteen bodies
have been taken from the ruins- and
more than a half dozen are still, un
accounted for. The actual number
of deaths wl)l not be known .until
the debris Is cleared away. ' ' '
The Great Burglar in Moving
Pictures at the
nllem In this crowd, rnthor it wns a tho convention. It wns greeted with
(United Press Let. d Wr.)
Hot Springs, Vn., July 9. Franrt
renl "new west" cosmopolitan assem- Jeers nnd hisses nt tho Democratic H. Hltchock, tho newly choHun clmlr-
blage that hnd nothing but tho kind convention hist night.
llest feeling for nil. Applnu.ee from const delegntoi wns
The opening proceedings wero tho only encouragement received
considerably delayed nnd It wnn when he brought bis fnvorlte subject
11:30 o'clock beforo Chntrmnn Bollfothe notice of tho convention.
Rnbbl Emmnnuel Koch of Seattle,
Wash., offered tho oponlng prayer.
Senator McCarry, of Kentucky,
was recognized to present the report
of the committee on permanont or
gnnlzntlon. It nnmed Congressman
Henry D. CInyton, of Alnbamn, as
mnn of tho, Republican national com
mittee, arrived todny nnd entered lu
to conforonco with cnndldnto Thfc
After tho first stngo of tho confer
ence It wns stated thnt thcro will be
no nnnouncomont of tho porsonnol or
"Nearly hnlf of those In tho Audi
torium tried to prevent Temporal y, the executive committee for a woekr
Ghalrrann Bell from according Hob- but thnt It was probnlilo thnt till or
son th privilege of nddresBjng th it would bo members of the natfonur
convention. Hobson, In plnln termF, J committee nnd thoy wouldl bo no
declared 'that the United Statos wns chosen ns to bo reprcsontntlvo of
In Imminent danger of wnr with Jn- every section of tho country. Au adu
pan. Practlcnlly the enmo speech holvltory committee from tho country at
narmnnnnt ihnlrmnn nn.1 nn,l. nil delivered lint linen U'lllllv fltinlnuilA.T lfirpn will nlon ln nlwinn..
ofthe tempornrj" offlcinls perronnent. on t'10. Pnclflc const, but tho conven-l -o , -
So, soon ns the report of permn-, ,on "Han't like It. Hisses nnd crlos1
nent organization hns beon ndoptod ot "a home," '-Sit down," "Got tho
Cbnlrmnn Bell Jn n brief speech
thanked the nntinnn committee for
honoring him ns tempornry chnlr
mnn and thankod the convention for
tht manner Jn which it hnd treated
him. Ho was enthusiastically cheer
ed as ho concluded, the delegatoi ris
ing and waving flags, hats nnd fnna
in a boisterous attempt to show their
good will. Bell then nnmed ns a
committee to escort Pormnnent
Chairman Clayton to tho chair, Sen
ator Mc Creary, Kentuoky; Lewis
Nixon, New York, and Judge J. E. 1
As Congressman Clayton started
to ipeak three little girls, garbed In
the stars and stripes ascended to tho
rostrum and presented him with a
magnificent bouquet of roses.
As soon as the noise caused by
the Incident had died down Clayton
began bis speech, Clayton's volco
held out well, and though suffering
from the beat and bis exertions, ho
was plainly heard In every corner of
the Auditorium as he concluded. His
closing words were cheered enthus
hook," stopped him aevernl times and
Chairman Roll restored order by
threatening to clear the galleries.
At the conclusion of Hobson'
speech Bell remarked that he him
self enme from the const and that
nB yet he hadn't eeen nny dnnger. !
Ho ndded, however, thnt he hoped """"" ""
for n grentor nnvy to be mnlntnlnod (United rm i.ensed wirM
In the Pacific. New York, July 9. By agreeing
Hobson hns beon In Denver workit VW wlmt ' believed to tho Inrg
Ing hard for an anti-Japan measure ( est royalty ever revolved by an au
and for Pacific coast defense and for,,Jir. Charles Sorlbnor & Bonn haver
n grenter navy plnnk. He addressed secured the right to publish tho story
the resolutions commltteo and mad!0' President Roosovelt's Afrlcuii
n good Impression, but the maJorly Jungle hunt. Tho publishers believe
of the delegates at the 'convention. Roosevelt's popularity will make th
Btory of his hunting trip tho grwiu
est eeller tho world has ever known-.
TWENTY KILLED WHEN The President will bo accompanlflcr
RHINE BRIDGE FALLS " h,s n Kennlt, when ho tank
tVnll.A Pri T.ad W!r. ; imo injj.
Cologne,. July 9. By the collapse
thought his speech too radical.
rCo8tirt ob pKjc )ght).
today1 of tho new bridge being built
across the Rhine, 20 workmen lost
their lives and a number were seri
ously Injured. Tho - collapse ws
caused by the falling of thutcaffold
supporting the crane use'd In -the con
struction of'tho central span.
(United Press Unwd Wire.)
Constantinople, July 9 One thou
sand people were drowned In a flood
that wiped out thetown of Tokul on,
tW YeuhtMrmak rlvorln Asia, Mlstorr
according to a Rwa aacrftfM3rt.