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m trnm THE DAILY J OURN Alx L. XIII. ;;,,. 8ALEM, OREGON, TUESDAY, JUNE 2, 1903. f.jN O.J12& ' vit M Forty Thousand L l.lt! Homeless is Again at the Highest Point Reached Wttf KEOKUK IOWA, FLOODED CITIZENS TAKE TO TREES A .us BoU KHictfc 675 From Buildings in Topefca-Scarlet Fever and Measles are Prevalent m JDcfi' Moines, la., Juno 2. Keokuk, Iowa, Is .now tho Hood center. The Iowa rjvenjo f rom six to eight miles j broad, ondthiindreds of people are on tho houso tops. Tho last advices say thai aiiccocUn many casos Is Impos sible owing1, to tho torrifllc current. Locally, tho situation Is Improved. vernor Cummlngs 1b contemplate illef by borrowing money, and d v& families homeless. The current Is mild, so tho rescuo work Is easily done with skiffs. Estimates today shows that 40,000 arc homcloss. There Is no posslblo way of giving tho ox act figures of tile dead. The general estimates fix It In the neighborhood of 100. at North lawrence, but are safe 1 T Iiwrence, Kan., June 2. Tho Kaw river continue to fall, and Is now U Inches below tho highest mark. A dlRK on the llOXt legislature to'hnmlr.x! mm nrn allll on tho Islnrnl vu bis action. V- St. Louis, June 2. There Is a gen eral exodus from the low lands, over 3000 abandoning their homes. Large forces of men aro removing tho con tents of tho warehouses, lumber yards and freight depots. Tho water Is at tho 30-foot mark, and tho weather bu reau says It will go to 34. Similar conditions exist in East St. Louis, where the cellars and sowers aro al ready overflowing, and manufacturing plants aro preparing for tho worst. coin, Neb., Juno 2. The show- Jjave. ceased, ami tho flood Is sub- lowly, leaving a trail of utter tlos, .and damago Incalculable. ;Topeka, Juno 2. Boats brought list nlgfat from St Joseph aro today rescuing G75 from buildings In North Topoka. Thofjood Is subsiding, al though tho heavy rains continue Many aro sorlously III. Sickness imoajr. the refugees on tho south side s IncreaalBglln'an alarming manner. There araAgjjfcaEC-i of scarlet fever nd islt5pand tho schools aro j'ck3elj)byil'the Jioaril.of-. health, rwo dledls&hlght' from previous ex posure, Tho list of known dead and missing is now 38, not including thp farming sections. Kansas City, Juno 2. Tho river registered 35 feet on. the ofTlclnl gaugo this morning, which equals tho high est point reaehod during tho catastro phe. It la inlsiy this morning, and It rained occasionally last night The rollef fund this morning stands at between $40,000 and $50. M0, There were Area last night, and but little thieving. Thirteen hundred Hikers are pt rolling tho streets, and iartUmeswS1gnforclnK tyo danger line J5Kicffleld Manufacturing mburfcrsSctmY the city is experienc- n lta..wQrtltastP of tho flood today. fkywater has rendered 100 IB ,. TAC0MA LAUNCHED JT0DAY Sister Ship to the Des Moines and Chattanooga Tacoma will Celebrate, While Seattle will Notice the Launching of Cruiset Rainier San Fianclsco, Juno 2. Tho new crulsor Tacoma will bo launched this afternoon. Julia Naomi HarrlR, of Ta coma, will christen her. The keel of tho crulsor was laid In 1000, and sho Is a sister ship of tho Dos Moines and Chattanooga. Tho Tacoma was built by the Union Iron Works. Want the Boy's Inheritance LoFayctto, Ind., Juno 2. Tho Moses Fowler and Cbaso case was begun to day by selecting tho Jury. ,. tt.V Kansas City, Juno 2. A boatman succeeded In crossing the river from tho hills bock of Argentine" this morn ing. Ho says tho refugees there are Comparatively well cared for. They took chargo pf soveral cars of dressed meat, consigned to Armour, which they aro distributing, and felling shado trees for fuel wiimS" Chamberlain Liverpool. June 2. The Poet today says It has It on tho best authority that Hlck3.Deach, ex-chancollor of tho exchequer, will Immediately lead an attack on Chamberlain's Zoll Voroln scheme, which Salisbury will also at-J tack In tho House of Lords. A Colored Supplement Charleston, S. C, Juno 2. Three negroes were killed and 30 Injured in a pitched battlo at tbo closo of a pic nic hero last night Hanged Today for Piracy Llvorpool, Juno 2. lieu and Smith, the men convicted of mutiny and pi racy on tho bark Veronica, were hanged today. Three Children Burnedjo Death Clinton, Ind., Juno 2, Three small children of Farmer Vanllouton woro burned to death today. Tho oldest, a boy of 13, lost his llfo trying to rescue the others. .J ir II Jigr Profit is lot Large Y But it's Sure. 4jjbkL ft"HllllllllllllVimHK i t I We stick to the casli plan. That's why it's sure. Our nnwa nrn lifht eomnared BSSJaSSHi BAMVM" "O " HY Mt. the volume of business lni?ie can afford to keep the profits small. JiMou priced our silks? We want you to see tbo val uta 3& offering in black PEAU-DE-SOIE. The silk lIi n ii guff in "regular stores" is where thoy double their .m.1Tw. ,, Bftilin silks and everything in the DRY GOODS line on the same plan that has made such a success tfcrtw. IUsss Shoes Hats Hosiery and Ootkiig Shirts Underwear The New Yo k Racket s Cheapest One-Price Gash Store-1 E. T. Barnes, Prop, I Chancellor Will Resign London. Juno 2. It Is rumored to day that tho chancellor of tho ex chequer will resign when Parliament re-assembles, as a protest against Chamberlain's Zolverolp policy. They Ask for Changeof Venue Jackson, Ky, June 2. Tho prose cution this morning filed affidavits supporting tbo motion for a change of venuo In tho White and Jett cases, It claims the witnesses are terrorised Stocks Break theJBankers New York", June 2, Private dis patches say the Borneo Company, bankers, of Toronto, and rated at a million, have failed, owing to the re cent weakness of Canadian pacific and other stocks. Arrangemsnts at Dubuque. DubuquA la., June r--The- most elaborate arrangements have been made for tho reception of President Roo8ove.lt and jl party upon their arrival here this evening. The presi dent lll be met at tho station by the maor and the city officials and a Urge reception committee. In addi tion to an escort. After a urier speech and a drive about the city Mr. Iloosevelt will be driven to the residence of Senator Allison, where upper will b served, and where the president will remain for the night Toecorrow morning he will cross the river and spend the day as the guest of a number of the Iwdiog cities and towns of Northern 111! Mis, DEATH IN GEORGIA CYCLONE List of Dead Cannot be Wade for Some Days Bodies so Mangled They Can nptbe Identified-Estimated That Eighty are in the Ruins DnlnMvllle, da., Juno 2. Until tho debris Is' cleared away It Is Impossi ble to gfyo tho exact number killed in yesterday's cyclone Tho properly loss J fSOO.000, and tho boat estimate poBBlblejfnt present give n list of SO killed. Many aro so tnauglod thoy can't bo Identified. Twenty-two wore Identified up to noon. Suvernl of those Injured arfr not oxpected to recover Hermann i Wins by About 2000 Reames Caied Font ot Five of '11 Counties , GREAT APATHY SHOWN BY BOTH PARTIES Employers are Signing Scale Chicago, Juno 2. Tho Nlcklo Pluto and St. Paul signed tho freight hand lers' scale Uils morning. Tho North Western: It Is reported, has agrood to sign tills afternoon. Tho restaurants are signing tho employes' scalo as demanded, and tho labor crisis Is thus avoided, Many Democrats Stayed a$ Home Out of Admiration foe Roosevelt Administration Tho Porto IUcan Federation ot La bor has' requested Governor Hunt to Inveatlguto tho condition of labor on certain sugar plantatlonc It Is nl legod that the mon aro underpaid and badly treated. Hon. lllugor Hermann has probably been olectcd to congress by a good, fsafe, plurality ot about 2000 votes, E. A. llcames has probably carried I Clackamas. Jackson and Josephine, and possibly Polk, with a staud-off In Yamhill. Marlon county Is not com- 'plcted, but will give Hermann about 200 plurality. I There was an unusual falling oft In tho vote, but greater In the Demo cratic ranks than In tho Ilopubllcnn, and Hnrmanu'a election Is duo rather to Democratic stay-at-homes, than to 'ilopubltcan votes In tho big Republi can counties. Estimated Pluralities. Hermann Iteamcs Denton 87 Clackamas . , 350 Coos 00 Curry 60 Douglas 4&0 Jackson 1W ,.f-100 Joxephlnu .. . Klamath .. . Lake CO Ijino .. ,i . .. . . 3S0 Lincoln 200 Unn .V.. ..'.. .V100 Polk Tillamook 3&G Washington Pluralities SC04 Hermann's plurality 1988 200 16 716 (Continued on etgth page.) When Yo Wamt. eJbvUl 1 GO TO Zinn's 164 State 8t. Phone 1171 Main. bbbbbIbsbbbbbIbsbbMHbbVMHMHV fttJNE'. ,vmTEPAys 1903 TUNE WHITE DAYS V Wait Until Tomorrow Morning We rtre the orlgioatom of (he "White Sales" in Salem and tomorrow wc will begin our usual June sale of white Everything white will be reduced except contract goods. Watch our advertisements we never disappoint The great store for values and up-to-date business methods will positively conduct the most phenomenal sale of white goods ever conducted in Oregon. New Today English Mohair ' Turkish Stcillians , Lace Stripe Sicillians ' I, EnelUh Dhveonial or Whip Cord;-" e, -- t pf. i v r friestley's Iron Frame Brilliantine ' Jaquard Suiting witli polkadot White Sicillian wiUi polkabot te K. Sale Begins Tomorrow Morning mm JUNE WHITE DAYS 1903 JUNE WHITE DAYS l,,lllMitiiiijgrp'''r"l"'"ia'"1111'1'