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VOL. XX.
MINE CAVED BY -XPLO
BLOCKS ALL TH
PITIFUL SCENES k
It Is Barely Possible the Men Have Found Safety in the Old
Workings, But Old Miners Are Not Hopeful of Even This
Fire Damp Retards the Efforts of Rescuers Who Are Work
ing Heroically and at the Risk of Their Lives to Reach Their
Imprisoned 'Comrades .
Trinidad, Colo., Oct. 10. Fifty
one miners In a living tomb today at
StarkvMe with absolutely no hope of
their rescue alive, save through a
miracle. All night long the workers
tolled In the glare of acetylene
torches and electric lights to aid the
imprisoned men, but the rescuers, Im
periled by after damp, were compelled
to abandon their places at dayybreak
to save their own lives.
While the men worked In the glare
of the flickering lights n temporary
morgue was being prepared for the
bodies of men yet alive. Under the
direction of the coroner of Las Ani
Is the foundation of all business institutions, ard to get the confidence of the people, you must give them
honest values and the lowest possible prices, 'ihat Is what keeps the Chicago Store growing :ho confi
dence of the peoplo. Trade hero onco and you will always bo a customer. Wo do th business and can
give you the lowest prices.
LADIES' TAILORED SUITS, MICE
TDK PICTl'ltE, $15.00, 818.00 AND
$110.00 VALUES NOW ON SALE for
$8.50, $10.50, 12.50
Those suits are high-class tailored
garments, made of the latest materi
als and newest shades. Ba'e prices
$8.80, $10.50, $12.50
LAMBS' AND MISSES NEW COATS
NOW $1.50 $5.00, $7.50 ami $10.00.
CHILDREN'S COATS, NOW $1.75,
$2.50, SJl.SO l?I
The
Greater
The Store
CHICAGO
FULL PRESS SERVICE OVER OUR OWN LEASED
lVUNHEL
mas county, deputies transformed the
machine shop of the Colorado Fuel &
Iron Company, owners of the mine,
Into a charnel house, while women
relatives of the entombed men dully
watched the ghastly preparations, ap
parently 'unable to comprehend their
significance.
The men in the "old stope," or east
ern wing of the mine, which was de
stroyed by an explosion of Are damp
Saturday evening, are in two block
aded chambers. One band has been
located about two and a half miles
from the mouth of the mine, and the
other a mile further on. There are
Stylish Millinery
Now on Sale at
Wonderfully
Low Prices
THE P T
If you want bargains in swell trimmed hats, ostrich plumes and
fancy Tings, como here. We do the business and can afford to give
close prices. Como and see our stylish models.
Silks and Dress Goods
Now on Sale "
The greatest value in Salem, and the greatest stock to sslcct from,
of the latest and newest matorlals shown.
Trimmed hats '. 91.95, $2.50, $3.50 and tip
New Persian Silks, yd 65c, 75c 98c
New Plaid Silks, yd. 49c, 75c, 98c
New
Fancy Dress
Dress Goods,
New
yd.
That Hammers Down
TO
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Indicted the DietzH.
:
Winter, Wis., Oct. 10. Mrs.
v John Dietz and her son, Leslie,
14, were charged with murder
In the first degree by a coroner's
fr jury today In connection with
the death of Deputy Sheriff Harp
t whose body was found near the
Dietz cabin on Cameron dnm, af-
-ter a five-days' battle there be-
tween the sheriff's forces and the
Dietz family.
The iury found that It would
have lAvn possjhle for the bullet
v that killed Harp to have been
fired only from the Dietz cabin
or from the barn, where Leslie
was In hiding. The elder Dietz
v and Leslie are known to have
fired from both places.
Mrs. Dietz was not seen to fire
a shot by any of tne deputies In
the besieging party, but she is
known to be a dead shot and a
fearless woman.
six Americans and one negro among
the doomed men. The remainder aro
Italians. Mexicans and Poles.
The main tunnel fills repeatedly
(Continued from Page 4.)
Silks,
yd. 35c, 49c, 65c
25c, 35c, 49c 65c
Salem
Oregon
The Prices.
WIRE. PORTLAND MARKET REPORTS DAILY. YOU GET TODAY'S NEWS TODAY.
SALEM, OREGON, MONDAY, OCTOBER
i -n
Teddy is "A JKeelliiV'
1-
Atlanta, Ga., Oct. 10. That
Theodoro Roosevelt intimated
his willingness to accept a pres-
idontlal nomination is the belief
today of Mayor Maddox, of At-
lanta. Maddox said that noose-
velt remarked to him Saturday:
"If I thought I could carry a
single Southern state I would
run for president."
This caused the mayor's belief 4-
that Roosevelt Is open to a
proffer of the nomination. Many
hero would not be surprised if
the colonel announced his will-
ingnesss to accept a nomination.
NUDE STATUE, A "REPLICATION"
OV MISS NATALIE BARNEY, IS
SO "LIFE LIKE," IT ATTRACTS
BIG CROWDS AND POLICE
C3IVE IT A MOTHER HUBBARD.
Washington, Oct. 10. "It is the
duty of tho police to protect art
that Is exposed to Jhd rigors of this
weather. V , 1 .
With these words, Chief of Police
Sylvester today ordored the "drap
ing" of tho llfo size nude female
statue whlclv stands In the grounds
of Mrs. Albert Clifford Barney's
fashionable mansion in Massachu
setts avenue.
Tho statue, which recently ar
rived from Paris, is modoled after
Miss Natalie Barney, daughter of
Mrs. Barney. Tho statuo was creat
ed In tho Paris studio of Miss Alice
Barnoy, anothor daughter, It was
shipped to this country to bo placed
inside tho Barnoy mansion but whou
It was found to bo so largo that it
could not bo taken through tho
doors, it waa placed In tho grounds
in full view of passers by.
Thousands flocked to tho gates op
poslto tho mansion today to get o
glimpso of tho statuo. Even tho
slght-seolng automobiles dotoured
from tho!r regular routes and point
ed out tho statuo to tho visitors as a
special attraction.
The statuo is of puro Carrara mar
ble and critics pronounce It a real
work of art.
San Diego, Calif.. Oct. 10. The
steamer Manuel Herrorlas arrival
herotoday from Mazatlun and Un
senada, and her commander, Z.
Quevedo, reports a severe hurrlcanu
encountered
The Horreilas left Muzntlan Octo
ber 2 with 04 pasongors and 150
tons of magnosito for this port.
That night she was struck by a ter
rific storm In the gulf of California
and everything movable was Bwopt
overboard. Part of tho dock load
and a llfoboat wero lost and Captain
Quevedo said today he thought for
somo tlmo tho steamer would never
reach port,
A number of tho seas went far
over tho bridge, he said.
The steamer Llmantour, of the
same line loft Mazatlun 'at tho sanle
time a the IlerreriM, hut for Quay-dim-
3 he had not been reported to
day and Captain Quevedo aald he
feared she la lost. Q
. The steamer Lutlla, of the South
ern PaeJfk company's fleet, wm
blown by the hurricane neur Mazat
Ian and probably U a total Iom, aa
(.ril:!ig to Captain Quevedo.
TERRIFIC
STORM TO
THE SOOTH
10, 1010.
Monks "A White Elcphnnt."
Lisbon, Oct. 10. Tho arrest
of monks and nuns throughout.
Portugal continued today, ac-
companled by looting and sacrl-
lego on tho part of tho collectod
mobs. The government Is at a
loss for a place to send priests
condomned to exile. The Re-
publican agents have confiscated
church property, but are unable
to prevent looting. Priests and
nuns, it is reported, have been
subjected to indignities, and
many are said to havo been slain.
Cardinal Notto, former pa-
trlarch of Lisbon, and Bishop
Devnsconcellos, of Beja wore es-
corted across the frontier Into
Spain. The Marquis do Ohmbol,
head of the Jesultes in Portugal,
is under arrest. Children In pa-
rochlal, monastery and convent
schools have been returned to
their homes.
THREE HUNDRED OF THE COUN
TY'S BEST AND BRIGHTEST
AVOMEN CAPTURE SALEM TO.
DAY AND WILL HOLD IT
THREE DAYS.
Approximately 300 school
"inarms" from nil parts of Marlon
county are assembled in Salom today
in attondonco upon tho annual
teachers' lnstltuto whloh connoned
In tho nssombly room of tho high
school building nt 9 o'clock this
morning and will continue in session
until Wednesday ovonlng of this
week. The Institute, which Is pre
sided over by County School Supor
Intondont W. M. Smith, is tho heist,
in point of attondanco and tho char
aotor of work to bo performed, that
has over hoen hold in tho county and
every pedagoguo nnd "pedngogesB"
In attendance Is manifesting keen in
terest in the proceedings.
The principal qd drees of tho open
ing day, tho registration of attend
ance up to the noon rocoss being
24G, was that dollvorod by Slate
School Superintendent J. II. Acker
man, tho topic holng "Tho Educa
tional Responsibility of tho Fivo In
stitutions of Civilization: Tho
Home, Church, School, Law, Busi
ness," nnd tho most Important
themes discussed hoforo the, goneral
assomblago for today wore those of
II. A. Adrian, of Santa Barbara,
California, at 11 o'clock on "Somo
Things Not Found In BoqkH," and
nt 3 this afternoon, on "Economy In
tho Schoolroom," nnd of J. W. Liv
ingston, of Forest Grove, at 2 this
aftornoon, on "Oponlng Closod
Eyes."
The discussions In tho departmen
tal work Is conducted dally from 10
to 11 n. m. and 2:40 to 3:30 in tho
afternoons. Tho Instructors solooted
for tho session aro Stnlo Schos!
Superintendent J. H. Aokerman; II.
A. Adrian, of Santa Barbara: L. Jt.
Alderman, of the Btato university;
J. M. Powers, city superintendent,
Salem; J. W. Livingston, Foroat
Grove; Mlse Florenco Akin, east
school; A. H. Yodor, superintendent
of schools, Woodburn; 0. W. Boot
tleher, olty superintendent, Sllvr
ton: R. L. Kirk, principal high
school, 'Salem, and J. 8. araham,
principal East school.
o
It is a good thing to be ebnerful
about what you say, Still, It is the
experience f most of ul that oim
Must eat, and It Is not always po-
TEACHERS
''!: i !u li -th t pjrctlcna coujo'
iANDONED BY
URN TO
Two Thousand Gather at Beaudette to Board Trains Cars
Were Inadequate to Hold Them, and Men Fought Like Mad
' men to Secure a Place Those Abandoned When the Train
Pulled Out Chased After It Until Overtaken by the Flames
Most Horrible Holocaust of Recent Years.
rtTNITKD MESH T iABK! WI11B.1
Rainy River, Ont., Oct. 10. Sev
enty persons are dead, 2000 are miss
ing and frantic appcalB for holp are
coming from the fire-swept forest
areas surrounding Beaudette, Spoon
er and Pitt. Sixty bodies have boon
recovered. The estimates of tho to
tal dead rango from 200 to 500.
A majorjtyy of the missing aro be
lieved to havo taken rofugo in an iso
lated villagq which cannot reached
by wire. , ,
Tho towns of War Road, Minn., and
Spraguo, Man., are threntonod with
destruction. Fires are within pevon
miles of Sprnguo and 20 miles from
War Road.
Tho Canadian " Northern ''Vail way!
has dlspatchod special trains bearing
flro apparatus nnd flro fighters in tho
direction of War Road, which Is cora
plotoly surrounded by flames.
Tho total monetary loss thus far
Is ostlmntod at $2,000,000. Cu nnd
standing tlmbor, tolograph poles and
railroad tracks havo boon burned In
tho flro zono.
At lonst 100 resldonts of Beaudctto
still woro unaccounted for this nftor
noon. Most of tho homesteaders In
tho flro district nro missing, and it Is
foarod thoy mny havo perished by flro
in tho isolatod country betwoon War
Road and Rainy Rlvor.
Two special trains whloh passed
thlH section last night narrowly es
caped destruction. Physicians aro
CIRCULARS ARE FOUND EVERY
WHERE APPEALING TO SPAN
IARDS TO ATTACK THE GOV
ERNMENT RESERVES ' HAVE
BEEN CALLED OUT.
Madrhl, via Hondaye, Oot. 10.
With the increasing turbulence
throughout Spain and tho greater
activity of outside ngonts of tho rev
olutionists who nro Buccosefully
smuggling arms into Barcelona ami
tho towns along the French border,
the Spanish government Is becoming
more roproselve in Its niwisuroa and
all leaders admit today that an up
rising is imminent.
Tho govornmont called tho ro-
sorvos to tho colors today. It is .be
lieved this was done to test tho loy
alty of tho troops. Many of tho gov
ornment loadors aro doubtful of tho
loyulty of tho array to King Alfonso.
and the Republicans openly olalm
that the army will desert the king
when the revolution begins.
Spanish Republicans are fostering
an immediate uprlahig. Arsenels
have been established In w '
places where arms and ammunltiu.t
na bfjti collected. Circulars are
found everywhere appi-allng to the
Spaniards to attack the government j
and rttlBg that aueaa of the Porta-1
.i r-. ' '. ts.
No. 237.
LOADED TRi
IN
.EFT CHASE AFTER IT
DEATH ON TRACK
hurrying Into tho stricken section
from all noarby towns.
Whllo Baudetto burned 2000 per
sons gathered to hoard a special train
Tho train was pitifully inadequate to
carry all who sought to escape, and
scoros of men fought to board the
cars.
Women and children had been sent
out earlier in tho day, and tho men
' (Continued on ik 4. .
Bishop's Ready
Tailored Clothes
$10to$30
Suits 'and overcoats for
everybody, An array of
new models In fine fabrics
attractively priced.
Every man with clothing
troubles should call and
examine this display, It
will put you in a buying
mood whether you need
new clothes or not,
These garments are the
best efforts of the Salem
Woolen Mills Store
that is a guarantee of per
fect satisfaction. Let us
show what a litt'e money
will do here
Salem
Woolen Mil!
Store
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