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SALEM, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 37, 1010.
Believed That Democratic State
Convention Tonight Will De
velop Into Test of Strength
Between Thomas Taggart
and Governor Marshall.
FiGHT OVER ENDORSEMENT
TngRitt and Lnmb Koth Candidates
for the United States Senate
Taggart Delegates Incensed at
Change of Regular Order of Pro
cedure. UNITED rEESB LEASED WIRB.
Indianapolis, Ind., April 27.
With most of the delegates on the
ground today, the skirmish before the
stato Democratic convention which
opens tonight is becoming hotter.
That tho convention will develop In
to a test of strength between Thos.
Taggart, former chairman of tho na
tional Democratic committee, and
Governor Thomas R. Marshall,
backed by John E. Lamb, vice-chairman
of tho national commitee, seems
Senator Benjamin P. Shlveley, first
Tlml PTfl M r con nfnr It TnfUonn n
numbor of years, is here and is try
ing to bring about a compromise, but
it la not believed that his peace ef
forts will result in a .settlement, and
the question of endorsing a candl-
32 PEOPLE EMPLOYED ALL LAST WEEK
And we could not take care of the crowds. We broke
all previous records, and no 20 per cent. Get wise and
do your trading at the store that gives Rock Bottom Prices
WEMAKETHE PRICES FOR SAJ.EM
THE OTHERS FOLOW.
85oand $1 Dress Silk Yard 39c
7 1-2c Persian Challies, yard -.4c
75c and 85c Wool Dress Goods, all
date for tbo senate will doubtless be
fought out on the floor of the con
vention. Lamb and Taggart are both can
didates for senator. Lamb Is back
ing Marshall's proposition that the
convention choose n candidate. Tag
gart is fighting it, but has an
nounced that he will go beforo the
convention for endorsement, If the
plan Is adopted.
Marshall and his forces believe
this will be the opening skirmish. It
has been agreed that the report of
the cominlteo on rules and order of
business shall not bo presented until
Marshall takes charge as temporary
chairman, Instead of being present
ed when State Chairman Stokes Jack
son takes the chair to call 'the con
vention to order. Taggart delegates
are Incensed at this change in the
regular order of procedure.
Senator Shlvoly has given no indi
cation of his attitude on the sena
torship proposition, other than that
he favors a compromise, if one can
be brought about.
Indlannpolis, Ind., April 27. Ad
mirers of Governor Thorns R. Mar
shall today reluctantly predicted that
Thomas Taggart and his delegates
would carry their point In the con
vention tonight, and that tho party
will not endorse a candidate for the
United States senatorship.
The Marshall men will not admit
that Taggart Is in control of the con
vention, but they say he will-be able
personally to dominate affairs suffi
ciently to defeat tho endorsement
The Marshall men have not quit
fighting yet, and it is still believed
that the whole matter will go before
the convention, and be fought out on
If you get your paper by
mall kindly watch the tag and
see, When the time is up, and
remit promptly, or notify us,
to stop the paper? otherwise
bill will be made" for the time
the paper comes after explra-
tlon of last payment.
1 1L ILd I
Hats, Flowers, Feathers
and shapes of all classes
and kinds you can find
here. Also materials for
trimming up your own hats
at prices far below our
competitors. We , do
wholesale and retail mil
Girls' trimmed hats 25c, 35c
49c, 75c and up.
Misses' trimmed hats, 49c,
75c, 98c and up.
Ladies' trimmed hats,
$1.49, ?1.98, $2.55 and
Ladies' Tailored Suits
The greatest showing in Salem and at prices that are creating a sen
sation. The suits we show are lul j newest and latest creations.
Hold Mass Meeting To
night and Offer Reward for
Pahlis, Murderer of Greek
Cafe .Owner Was Shot in
FOUR DEATHS LAST NIGHT
One Drowns While . Dozens f
Companions Look on nnd Laugh,
One Drops Done In Doctor's Oflice,
and Third Found Floating in
"Water of Lake.
Seattle, Wash.. April 27. The
local Greek colony is aroused today
over the killing of Louis Zahariadis,
owner of the Main Cafe. A mass
meeting of the Greeks of the city has
been called for tonight to offer a re
ward for the arrest of George
Pahilis, charged with the crime.
Nursing, an old grudge, Pahilis,
former partner in the cafe, entered
the restaurant last night,, and, ac
cording to witnesses, emptied the
magazines of two revolvers at
Zaharladis, killing him Instantly.
The killing was evidently careful
ly plnnned. Last October Pahilis
and the dead man. quarreled and
broke up their partnership. Phailis
went to Spokane. Three weeks ago
he" returned, and since then he has
been a. frequent visitor at the restau
jLs itHa JT. JL
PRICES THAT TALK ,
12 1-2c Fine India Unons, yard J 1-2c
Muslin an! Sheeting at Mill Prices
25c Duck suitings, all colors, 36 inches,
Children's 35c rompers, now 19c
ALL GOODS .SOLD AS ADVERTISED.
Last night ho came In, ordered a
steak, and as Zabariadis turned to
put tho meat on tho stove, drow two
revolvers and began pouring a lead
en stream, into his former partner's
back at close range. Two Greek dish'
washers were tho only witnesses of
the shooting. As Zahahladls fell,
Pahilis turned and threatened to
kill the two men if they moved. Ho
thon disappeared In tho darkness.
This was tho fourth violent death
in Seattlo last night.
Victor Aborly, 22 years old,
drowned In eight feet of water in
the Luna park natatorlum, while a
dozen companions looked on and
laughed, undor tho impression that
ho was pretending to bo In distress.
Glenn Gregoryj an engraver, drop
ped dead in a doctor's office. He had
just come from an operation in which
chloroform had been used.
The body of an unknown man was
found floating In the waters of -Lake
Washington, at the foot of Thirty
third street. He had probably com
Royal Welcome for Weston.
I united riiEss LEiain wins. J
Now York, April 27. Edward
Peyson Weston will be given a royal
welcome when he arrives here next
Saturday. 'tho voteran pedestrian
who Is hiking from Los Angeles tn
New York, is duo to arrive here at
If he arrives hero Saturday he
will have, walked tho distanco in 75
days and will have heached hore 15
days ahead of his schedule.
DKUGGIST ON STAND TESTIFIES
THAT, DR. HYDE PURCHASED
CYANIDE OF POTASSIUM
said he was Going to poi
son some dogs.
united rnssa leased wnra.
Kansas City, April 27. That Dr.
B. C. Hyde purchased cyanide of po
tassium, a, poison never used by doc
tors for medical purposes, en Sep
tember 13, December 4 and Decem
ber 9, was tho testimony of Hugh
Brecklein, a druggist. Dreckleln
said he told Dr. Hyde that tho drug
was poisonous, end that Dr. Hydo re
plied that he knew it, and was going
to use it In poisoning somo dogs.
Brecklein produced some capsules
containing digestive powder identical
In appearance with tho cyanide cap
Glazier .Williams, Brecklein's
clerk, took Dr. Hyde's prescription
for cyanide in five-grain capsules.
He testified today that ho referred
the prescription to Brecklein, who
had told him to call Dr. Hydo by tel
ephone, and ask if a mistake had not
Dr. Hyde said, according to Wil
liams, that the prescription was cor
rect, and that ho wanted the drug
with which to kill dogs. That state
ment he later repeated to Brecklein.
Another important feature was tho
testimony of Dr. B. L. Stowart, a i
bacteriologist, from whom Hyde la j
alleged to have bought largo quanti
ties of bacteria for experimentation.
Department of Justice Issues
Statement With Regard to
Investigation of Cotton Pools
for Benefit of Cotton Ex
changes of Country.
NOT TO ATTACK EXCHANGES
Brokers Say" It Is Plan of Govern
ment to Put Cotton Hxclmngo Out
of Business, and Thnt Movement Is
Political Pure and Simple.
united miss lured wiius.
Washington, April ,27. Tho do
partment of Justlco issued tho fol
lowing announcement today:
"Tho actlpn of tho government In
instituting the Now York Investiga
tion of the alleged cotton pool,
should not bo construed as a legiti
mate Attack on tho operations of any
cotton or produce exchanges
throughout tho country.
"The proceedings, being before
tho grand jury, cannot be discussed
Tho' federal grand jury nt Now
York has been investigating charges
against the so-called cotton pool and
dozens of witnesses havo been exam
ined by the government attorneys.
Books and papers of investors have
boon examined and there havo been
rumors that 'the grand Jury will call
the directors of the cotton exchange
There was a genoral feeling on
tho cotton exchange that while tho
witnesses havo beon called "to testi
fy in the inquiry of tho government
against William P, Brown, F. B.
Hayno, of New Orleans, James A.
Patten, of Chicago, and Eugene P.
Scales of Texas, on a charge of "al
leged conspiracy to advanco tho
price of cotton futures in violation
of tho law," the real plan of tho
government is to put tho cotton ex
change out of business.
It has beon charged by brokers
that the present action of tho gov
ernment Is political, pure and Dim
ple: that tho cotton Inquiry la to bo
made the butt because It lies In the
A prominent brokor.sald:
"The administration in Washing
ton Is republican, tho south is demo
cratic. There has boen much Bald
lately against the high cost of living
but tho grain and flour corner has
beon immuno from legal Investiga
tions. "Tn middle West whore the
grain and flour Inquiry is strongest,
Is republican. So tho hands of tha
administration are tied thoro."
It is believed thbt the Issuance of
tho statement by tho department of
Justice will allay tho alarm of the
members of tho cotton and produce
i - i -
Donnall In St. Louli Qleba-Di mocrtU
EIGHTEEN COLLEGE GIKLS
SUFFERING FROM ITOMAINE
t UNITED IT-ESS XJU8BD WISE.
San Jose, Cal., April 27. Eighteen
girl members of tho freshman class
ot the stato normal school are suf
fering today from ptomaine poison
ing, said to have been caused by eat
ing baked beans at a class picnic,
While somo of tho young Women
are In a serious condition, it is be
lieved all will recover.
The picnic was given by Prof.
Henry Ncabo Bland, ono of tho In
structors, at Alum Rock, just outside
tho city limits.
Two Butto Boys Electrocuted.
Butte, Mont., April 27. While
swinging at tho end of a section of
baling wlro which had boen thrown
over a heavy pewer lino belonging to
the Rarus mine, last night, Frank
Barry, 13 years old, was electrocut
ed. His companion, Pery Honey
church, aged 15, attempted to rescue
him, and he, too, was killed by tho
current when he placed his hands on
tho prostrate form of the Barry boy.
Before three other youths could at
tompt to drag the bodies ot their
electrocuted playmates away from
tho doadly wire, several minors ran
to tho scene, and saved them from a
Tho bodies of tho dead boys wore
fearfully burned, tho power wlro car
rying 2400 volts.
HE IS INNOCENT
REGISTER OF BOISE LAND BOARD
SAYS HE IS BEING MADE A
SCAPEGOAT, ' AND ACCUSES
"HIGHER UPS" LAND SGAN
Boise, Idaho,' April 27. ChargG's
anu counter-cnarges are passing do
tweon members of tho Stato Land
Board and other state officials as a
result of disclosures followingtho
resignation of M. I. Church, register
of the land board. Church Is now on
routo to Boise from Couor d'AIono,
where ho has beon slnco his reslgna
tion was tendered, and declares that
kho proposes to show that ho is being
made a scapegoat, while "higher
ups" aro tho real guilty ones. He
has asked Govornor Brady to hold up
his resignation, pending further de
Governor Brady has announced
that no special session of tho legls-
' laturo will bo called, but he will rec
ommend an investigation of tho whalo
affair by tho next legislature, if ho is
still govornor. The torms of mom
bors pt the land board will havo ox
plred by that time.
Tho latest development Is tho dis
covery that affidavits of appraise
ment of lands purchased by tho Pay
otto Lumbor Company from the state
nr'o missing from tho flies, Norman
Bolchor, former state land selector,
charges that ho was, instructed by
Attornoy-General McDougal, In tho
presenco of Sccrotary f Stato Lans
don, both members of tho land board
to apprulse 9060 acres of land de
sired by the Payotto company to 10
an aero, and that he did so without
seeing the land.
Both McDougal and Lansdon dony
Well Known Politician Dead.
Seattle, Wash., April 27. John
Y. Terry, domocrntlo natlonul com
mitteeman nnd ono of tho best
known mon In political llfo of tho
state, Is duud today at his homo
here of rheumatism of tho heart.
Up to tho tlmu of his death Terry
was apparently In good health. Yes
terday ho felt 111 and remained In
bod. Doath camo suddenly.
No democrat In tho stato played
a more prominent part in tho man
agement of tho party than Terry.
During tho Clovelund administration
ho was recolvor of tho Jocul?? 7 ??'
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PRESIDENT OEM. MANAGER SALEM, OREGON.
Room 210 U. S. National Bank Building.
Turkish Government Mobilizing
60,000 Troops for Albania
Rebellion Is Threatening
Stability of Present Regime.
500 ALBANIANS ARE KILLED
Wcro Mostly Women nnd Children
Herded Victims Into City of
Godantz, and Then Bombarded . It
J UNITED WE33 WIBIlJ -
Constantinople, via Phillpopolls,
April 27. Tho government today Is
mobilizing 00,000 troops -to rush to
Albania to suppress tho rebellion
which has assumed such proportions
as to seriously menaco tho stability
of tho prosont reglmo.
Tho efforts of tho Turks to Btay
tho progress of tho revolutionists
has boon unsuccessful, although
more than 30,000 loyal troops aro la
tho field. .
In tho battlo at Stlmja, both sides
lost hoavlly in tho two-day conflict.
It is reported that more than a
thousand men wero killed.
200 wero killed at Tohornalova
Pass, In theso two engagements
alano, several thousand combatants '
wore wounded, nnd a largo numbor
Nolthor tho' rebels nor tho regu
lars aro prepared to caro for tb.9
wounded and;- hundreds . aro said' to
tio dying. A
Choftelc Pasha, who is in com
mand of the Turkish, army in the
Albanian region, is being blamed bv
government loaders for the failure
of tho loyalists to suppress tho re
bellion. .The people aro demanding his re
moval as minister of war.
It was rumored today that Abdul
Hamld, whom tho rebels hope to
seat on tho Turkish throne, from
which ho was deposed, Is suffering
from an attack of npoploxy. It Is
reported that his condition is ser
ious. 4 ;
Salonika, Turkey, April 2,7.
Five hundred Albanians, mostly wo
men and children, wero klllod by the
Turkish troops who first horded
thoir victims into tno city of Go
lantz and thon bombarded it. accord
ing to dispatches received horo to
Tho town was practically de
stroyed by tho missies hurled by tha
London, April 27, A dispatch, re
eelved by Reu tors' agency today
from Albania, says that tho Alban
ians ropulsed tho Turkish army
twlco In tho battle at Kachanlk Pass,
whero thoy havo been fighting tor 33
Routers' correspondent also' re
ported that tho capturo of tho robel
who aro holding Prlshtlna and PrU
rand, aro in imminent danger ot
being dofcatod and znado prisoners
by a largo forco ot loyalists, who
Surrounded tho two cities.
Prlsrand is ono ot tho most im
portant cities in tho provluco of Al
bania. Lord Mncaulay predicted that the
time would como in America, "when
multitudes o( peoplo,.non of whont,
has had moro than half a breakfast,
or oxpects to havo moro than halt u
dlnnor, will chooso a legislature,"