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FULL PRESS SERVICE OVER OUR OWN LEASED WIRE. PORTLAND MARKET f.EPGnTS DAILY. YOU GET TODAY'S N EWS TODAY.
SALEM, OREGON, HATIRDAY, OCTOBER H, 1010.
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The Most Disastrous Fire in the History of Northern Minne
sota Claims Many Victims;--Body of One Woman With
Baby Lashed to Her Breast Found Charred by the Side of
the Track Fires So Fierce Clothing Was Burned From
Bodies Lying on Railroal Track.
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Fort Williams, Ont., Oct. 8. A
special to a local paper today from
Beaudette, Minnesota, about 2Q0
miles west of here on the Canadian
Northern railway, which was de;
stroyod by forest fires says:
"Most disastrous forest lire in tho
history of Northern Minnesota anil
Western Ontario visited this vicin
ity last night In which a number of
lives were lost and millions of dol
lars' worth of property were de
stroyed. It broke out northwest of
the town about G o'clock and by
"The down coming trains report
tho right of way strewn with corpses,
five having been found between here
and five miles west. They were en
deavoring to get away from the
fires and got out on the track only
to be 'burned to death between tho
rails, tho bodies being destitute of
clothing, everything being burned
except the shoes. One mother -was
found with a young bate lashed to
her breast. Both were so completely
charred by flames as to bo unrecog
nizable. It is feared that scores of settlors
G:30 tho whole towns of Beaudette south of he-e have perished as it 1?
nnd Spooner were on fire. i known they were packing up to
Made Successful Flight.
St. Louis, Mo., Oct. 8. Fly-
ing 1600 feet In the air, Avla-
tor Archly Hoxsey arrived at
the aviation field at 2:30 o'clock
today, exactly in time to start
tho aviation meet hero, a?ter a
sensational flight .from Spring-
field, 111. -
Hoxsey circled about like a
lost carrier pigeon, apparently
f unable to locate the aviation
Hold, owing to a haze that cov-
ercd tho earth at tbe height of
a couple hundred feet. Bombs
were fired to attract his atten-
tlon, and he descended.
come to town but have not reached
Flro Beyyond Control.
Winnipeg, Man. Oct. 8. The Ca
nadian Northern has sent out two re
lief trains to Beaudette and Spooner,
destroyed by fo:;st fires last sight.
Alfred Berg, a prominent merchant
of Spooner, who fled Just beforo tho
city was destroyed, says the confla
gration will spread rapidlyy, as tho
bush is very dry. He reports the de
struction of tho Rat Portage Cum
ber Company's mills, entailing a loss
Is the foundation of all business Institutions, ard to get tho confidence of the people, you must give them
honest values and the lowest posslbio prices, 'lhat Is what keeps tho Chicago Storo growing tho confi
dence of tho people. Trade hero onco and you will always be a customer. Wo do th business and can
give you tho lowest prices.
IiADIKS' TAILORED SUITS, LIKE
THE PICTURE, 910.00, $18.00 AND
$20.00 VALUIio NOW ON SALE for
$8.50, $10.50, 12.50
These suits are high-class tailored
garments, made of tho latest materi
als and newest shades. Sa'e prices
8.50, $10.50, $12.50
LADIES' AND MISSES NEW COATS
NOW $1,150 $5.00, $7.00 and $10.00.
CHILDREN'S COATS, NOW $1.75,
$2.00, $iJ.OO UP.
Now on Sale at
. Low Prices
If you want bargains in swell trimmed hats, ostrich plumes and
fancy lngs, come here. Wo do tho business and can afford to give
close prices. Come and seo our stylish models.
Silks and Dress Goods
Now on Sale
The greatest value in Salem, and tho greatest stock to select from,
of tho latest and nowest materials shown.
Trimmed hats $1.95, $2.50, $3.50 and p
New Persian Silks, yd 65c, 75c 98c
New Plaid Silks, yd. 49c, 75c, 98c
New Fancy Dress Silks,
yd. 35c, 49c, 65c
New, Dress Goods,
yd. 25c, 35c, 49c 65c
Republican Candidate Came
Up From Portland Today to
Attend Rally, and Is Greeted
"by Hosts of Friends.
ALL ARE GLAD TO SEE HIM
Immense Crowd in Town All Day and
Rally Tonight at tho Grand Opera
House Promises to Rrcnk All Rec
ords for Salem Will Speak To
nlglit Dan Mnlarkcy nnd Others
Will Speak Everybody Shook
Hands AVltlr Jay.
The miPArn CTnDI7 Salem
The Store That Hammers Down The Prices.
This is Bowernian Day at Salem.
Acting Governor BoWerman came up
from Fortland on tho limited and
was met by a largo committee of
Republican workers consisting of
Assemblyitos and antl-Assemblyites
and he has spent the entire day
meeting farmers and town people,
including many old friends and new
No more hard arid enthusiastic
work has over been done for a can
didate nominated lifter n hard
strugglo than 1ms been dono the
past week In Marlon county for Jay
Bowerman, and this county will
roll up an old-fashioned majority
for tho nominees of the Direct Pri
Meeting tho People.
Candidato Bowerman met hun
dreds of his old friends and acquain
tances, on tho streets today. Farm
ers and laboring mon who had
known him since ho was a boy,
greeted him with pleasuro nnd real
enthusiasm. At 3 o'clock ho wont
In an automobllo with several lead
ing Hepublcans to Willamotto field
and was given an ovation nt tho
football game. Ho will bo at three
points on the streets tonight between
7 and 8 o'clock, where th band will
play and ho will speak to tho people
boforo tho 'opera houso meeting.
The Stalwart quartet will sing and
Dan Malarkey will speak at the
Mrs. Levf P. Ankcny 111.
The sad news nas been re-
celved here that Mrs. Levi P.
Ankeny, wife of former United
States Senator ' Ankeny, of
Washington, is dangerously ill
at tho family homo at Walla
Walla, and her Ufa Is despaired
of. Mrs. Ankeny Is tho mother
4 of Itobert Ankeny, who owns
! and operates a largo farm on An-
kony Bottom, near Itickreal, in
Polk county, who is now at his
mother's bedside, and tho daugh-
tor of former United States
Senator J. B. Ncsmlth, of this
state, long since deceased.
Opera House as advertised. Thei-3
will bo other .speakers.
The Democratic county central
commltteo will meet nt Salem to
night nnd draft a platform. Thero
havo been Immense Cowds In town
today and all the stores aro doing a
big business and tho saloons a lit
tle and tho campaign is having a
good effect on business.
MONKS PUT UP GOOD FIGHT
BUT YIELD TO A
Republic Will Condemn and Purchase Property of All Monas
teries, Convents and Other Orders and Sunday Will Issue
Decree Ordering Ail Religious Orders to Vacate Portugal
Within 24 Hours Many Priests, Accused of Sedition, Are
Under Arrest and Awaiting Trial.
ENGLISH AND AMERICANS ARE
IMPRISONED IIY ORDER OP
CITY COMMANDANTS, DICING
CHARGED AV1TH FOMENTING A
UNITED 1'EESB LBABED WIM.
Lisbon, Oct. 8. Tho republic of
Portugal today formally proclaimed
an order of banishment against King
Manuel, Queen Mother Amelia, Dow
ager Queen Maria Pai and tho Duke
of Oporto. It was learned today that
tho Duke of Oporto wbb captured
whllo fighting, and that ho was es
corted to tho seacoast and placed
aboard the royal yacht Amelia, This
order against him and the fallpn kins
is most strict.
It was rqportod hofl today that
Dom Manuel 'had attempted to com
mit .suicide at Gibraltar following
the news of tho banishment, and that
ho waSjjrcventod from carrying out
hip purposo by his roothor. This re
port could .not boVconflrmed hero, but
'nevertheless It created considerable
President Brnga Insisted today
that tho reports from tho provinces
are oncouraglng to tho Republicans.
"Tho people aro still vory excit
ed," said tho now executive, "and
until normal conditions aro restored
wo will take overy precaution against
endangering our new-found liber
ties." It is reported that loading loyal
ists nnd Clericals, who havo boon
most actlvo in opposing the Repub
lic, will bo executed.
This rumor also could not be con
firmed, but thoso who aro in closo
touch with affairs say that It is un
likely, judging from the moderat'on
that so far has marked tho action of
tho revolutionary leaders. It la
feared In somo quarters that the new
government may go too far In pun
ishing its enemies.
It Is certain, however, that unde
sirable Catholics will bo expelled
and that monasteries and convents
will bo closed, and their contonta
seized. All monnstery and conven
tual lands and valuable will be pre
empted by the ropubllc. In this way
lands ivlll bo practically condemned
by the government and purchased
for afhqralnnl sum '
Many priests, accused, of sedition,
aro under arrest and awaiV trial.
It was onTclally announced today
that ofllcors of tho army and navy,
who had succeeded In establishing
tho republic, would bo promoted.
This also applies to enlisted men who
distinguished themselves In action.
Details of tho capture of Quolops
monastory aro reaching hero today.
(Contlmuod on Pair 6.)
NEW STRIKE MADE 50 MILES
NORTHWEST OP HAKEHSFIELR
AT .100 AND 5(10 FEET DEPTH
GREAT CROWDS RUSH TO NEW
Bakorsflold, Gal., Oct. 8. Exclte-
mont ovor the recont oil strike in tho
Lost Hills district is growing daily.
It was estimated today that 2000 mon
havo loft Bakorsflold for tho new
fields during tho ast week, and hun
dreds of automobiles loaded with
prospectors aro leaving hero every
Reports today Indicate that oil has
beon struck in Lako Shore, SO miles
northwest of tho Bakorsflold fields.
Tho roporta say that tho flow was
struck at a depth of only COO feet.
A second strike last evening at 300
feet causod a rush toward Ldkohore
Bakerafield resembles today the
headquarter for a mining rush. The
streeta are filled with men preparing
to go to the fields. The people here
UNITED PI1ESS LSX8ED WIBB.
Guatemala City, Oct. 8, Foreign
ers aro fleeing in terror from Am
lapa, Honduras, following tho impris
onment of English and Americans,
and tho seizure of their property by
tho city commandanto last night.
Tho jailing of tho Americans and
Englishmen is bollevcd to bo tanta
mount to condemnation to death.
Tho foreigners to accusod of fo
menting a revolution.
Anarchy prevails and tho author
ities are not attempting to prevont
pillage. Tho British consul at Ama
lapa has flod o San Salvador, and
has cabled asking for a cruiser.
Tho commandanto announced that j
ho will burn tho city if tho warship
Amorican in'erests arn menaced,
and tho property of tho American
colony has been solzed by tho au
thorities. American refuf-'oos aro appoallng
"Death to Tnft'H Dogs!"
Now Orleans, La., Oct. 8. Private
cablograms today statn that Ameri
cans in Honduras aro cabling Wash
ington to sond warships.
(Contlnuod from Pago B.)
The Advantage is Yours If
.Another Rig Forest Flic.
Santa Cruz, Cal., Oct. 8. A
forost flro, which al-ady has
swept over a thousand acres of
timber land, and which threat
ened tho Santa Cruz big treos, is
burning today at tho head of
Clear crook. Gangs of men are
being gathered to fight It, as
thoso who have boon trying to
check thO'fluinofl aro exhausted,
according to telephone mosages
The fire started near Ben Lo
mond. Km bom from & camp lire
ar Ruppoeed to hv cud It.
They'ro all representatives of the
world's greatest piano builders
Yours Is among, them,
Don't bo Into at thin exhibition and
Easy terms of paymont aro offored
Every ono of these elogant pianos
will bo sold on terms to suit your
Mnko your selections from any of
tho following well-known makes, tho
STEIN WAY, A. 11, CHASE, ESTEY,
EVERETT, EMERSON, OAIJLE,
KINGSBURY, WELLINGTON, LUD
Como any time during tho day or
Corner this exhibition and saio
como proparod to And a "standard
mado" piano, an instrument whoso
namo Is an abgolute guarantee of
quality at n price a llttlo Iobs than
you would havo to pay for one of tho
"mndo to soil," kind ono of tho un
Ploaso romomber that no other
dealor can soil you ono of tho abovo
named Instruments. Their agency Is
controlled oxcluslvelyy by Sherman,
Clay & Co., on tho I'aolilc coast.
If you havo any posslbio use for a
piano (no homo should bo without
ono) by all meani find tlmo during
tho day or ovonlng to attend this ex
hibition and saio.
Tho storo Is located at 4C5 Court
street, and whother you Intend to
prirchaso ono now or later, this exhi
bition will prlvo a revelation to you.
It will toach you how muoh
to expect for your money.
Every piano shown in this exhibi
tion and sale Is priced in plain figures
They aro all to be had at the samo
prices which aro obtained In all tho
largo metropolitan stores of Sher
man, Clay & Company.
Tho World's Greatest Inner Player
Piano Tho Great Euphoria.
To thoso who aro thinking of pur
chasing a player piano, wo offer this
wonderful production of the piano
makers' nrt, and mind you "wonder
ful" is tho word for ovory ono who
has hoard this Instrument Immedi
ately pronounce It tho greatest In
ner player piano "they over heard."
It Is easy enough to write words of
praiso In an advertisement "overy
dealer claims his 1b the best," but
ploaso remombor that all we ask is a
"comparison" an opportunity to
show tho Euphona to prove bayond
a quostion of doubt that bo other
player piano can produce like re
sults. Tho Euphona Is covered by
patents in tho following. countries (In
addition to. tho United States'): Ger
many, Frnnco, Groat Britain, Austra
lia, Tapan, Canada, Italy, Mexico and
Hoar this groat Instrument any af
ternoon or ovonlng nnd remember wa
will accopt your "sllont" piano or or
gan as part paymont for the "Eupho
na." Romomber tho address, 4G5 Court
Sherman play & Co.
are intensely excited.