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DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL VOL. XV. SALEM, OEEaON, FIUDAT, MAT 10, 1005. KO. UK. THINK THEY'LL ACCEPT Secretary of nfeamowners Be lieve Teamsters Ate Will ing to Arbitrate Chicago, Mny 19. T. C. Cnvnnnaugh, secretary of tho Chicago Team Own- lera' Association, expressed tho belief E today that tho teamsters' council to night would accopt tho arbitration proposition mado by tho owners. At a I'miHIHni. ml.tl.t. n .1 In.iM .t .M1a ll.t. iuuviiij nuuii liujuuiUVU VUIIT lUlff morning, tho teamsters' council post poned until tonight action on tho I question to arbitrate tho matter of the delivery of goods to tho boycotted (stores. If tho teamsters yield this point tit will bo becauso they want to confine Itho striko to Its present limits. Qompers Will Try Again. President Oompors will return to Chicago Snturduy night from Dayton, where ho went to address a labor meet ing. On his return ho, will continuo his effort to find somo solution to tho pres ent tangled striko problem. 8o far his efforts have sccmod futile. A serious flour famine threatens Chi' cago as a result of tho spreading of tho Strike to tho wholcsalo manufacturers. Tho dealers havo predicted that tho de livery of flour will bd tied up within tho nozt 12 hours. Employers aro show ing their band today, when Pieser, Liv ingston & Co. discharged 28 union drlv- Vers, who rofusod to mnko deliveries. It Js said that other concerns will take Similar action. Mayor Bays End In Sight. Mayor Dunno declared ho had ro- cblvcd from a reliable sourco informa- plon that tho striko would bo comploted 'within 49 hours. It is reported that be fore leaving last night Prosldont Qom pers informed President Shea that tho strike must bo called off. Rumors that a settlement is impending were current at noon, but no definite information is obtainable. So Not Believe tho Report. Levy Mayer, uttorney for tho employ ers' Association, said ho knew nothing of tho roported strike settlement. Pres ident Hood, of tho furalturo drivers' union, nnd othor members of the strike committee, said thoy did not believe tho report was authoritative. tAtornoys for tho employers, in the injunction proceedings beforo Master in Chancery Sherman today announced they would clto all members of tho union who refused to answer questions to' show cauao why Judge Kolshaat should not sond them to jail for eon tempt Monday. This includes Presi dent Shea. Denies Striko Is Called Off. President Shea said this afternoon that nil prospect of orbitration between tho teamsters association and tho team sters was at an end. Ho denied em phatically that tho striko had been called off. Locates Ills Office. John II. Lewis, of Portland, who was appointed to tho ofllco of state engin eer yestcrdny by Governor Chamber lain, has decided to locato his ofllco in tho rooms in tho rear of tho senato chamber. Tho rooms aro large, and will mako very comfortablo quarters when furnished. HE GETS 30 YEARS INJWSON Defendant in "Double Per sonality" Murder Case Enters Plea of Guilty Somervllle, N. J., May 10. The trial of George II. Wood, tho now York iron worker, charged with tho murder of Grocer Ocorgo E. Williams, of Plain field, was stopped today. Wood plead ed guilty to murder in tho second do gree, and was sentenced to 30 years in prison. Tho easo attracted widespread attention, owing to tho alleged "double personality" of the defendant. Cronrwall to Box Kid Lemuel. Kvansvlllc, Ind., May 10. Clmrlcs Cornwall, of St. Louis, nnd "Kid" Lemuel, of this city, nro slated for a flftecnr-round fight tonight beforo tho Crescent City boxing club. The mill will be pulled off for a purso of $250 nnd a sldo bet. Tho two aro regarded ns evenly matched and tho result is awaited with considcrnblo interest among the followers of pugilism. ACHIEVES NOTABLE VICTORY MAN FELL AND BOMB EXPLODED Workmen, Two Detectives and a Jew Are Blown to Pieces Warsaw, May 10. At noon today two detectives gave chase to ft poorly grossed workman whoso actions arous- t)d their suspicions. In trying to avoid tho officer ho ell and a bomb which ho had concealed in his pocket explod ed, killing a workman, two detectives, and a Jew who happened to be passing long was blown to fragments. It is kelloved the workman was laying in rait for the governor general who was Rxpccted to pass shortly on bis way to eelebrate the birthday of the czar. GERMAN BOAT IN THE LEAD Schooner Yacht Hamburg Ahead of the Other Start ers in Ocean Race Now York, May 10. Tho etcam yacht Oneida returned from following the cup racers last night and reports tho German schooner Hamburg lead ing early yesterday morning. She was then 130 miles out, and heading north east, apparently for the Nantucket lightship. A mile and a half behind was tho Atlantic. Both yachts were, crowding on full sail. On her return she mot the Alula, 73 miles out, head ing east. The Aiala had apparently met with an accident and been delayed. OUR PRICES Are Always the Same Suit your own convenience about time of trading at The Wisconsin Senate Unan- imously Passes Railroad Commission Bill Madison, Wis., May 10. Governor Ln Follctto nchlovod tho most notablq victory of his political career last night, when tho senate, by unanimous vote of nil members prosont, pataod tho rail road rate commission bill, undor sus pension of tho rulos. Tho governor, his fight over, will resign soon aftor the legislature adjourns, to bocomo United Stntcs senator. Tho nction was unexpected and camo aftor n debato thnt lasted all day and lato into tho evening, Tho opposition capitulated upon soclng tho futility of further fighting. Tho motion for u pension of tho rules and final passage of tho bill was mado by Senator ICrout zer, a leader of tho opposition. Though tho ball has to go through the nssombly, thero is no doubt but that it will bo como a law, as it is acceptable to tho lower house, which is controlled by tho administration forces. The governor will sign tho bill. TO DECIDE WHO IS THE BEST MAN Jeakins and Gatch Meet To fight to Decide Wrest "' ling Championship Nuw York, May 10. Tom Jenkins nnd! Frank Gotten meet on tho padded mat, in Madison Squaro Garden tonight to contest for tho third time tho wrest ling championship of America, Tho present title holder is Jenkins who de feated Gotch and took tho laurels in a contest hero a fow wcoks ago. Itemem berlng tho despcrato battlo that tho two put up on thnt occasion all lovers of the sport aro on tho odgo now in anticipation of tonight's contest. Goteh claimed that ho lost tho last match becauso of his poor condition. Should he meet defont ngaln tonight ho will not havo tho samo excuse to of fer, for ho has been training faithfully slnco the match was mado nnd appears to be in first-class condition, Jenkins also appears to be in condition to put up an cxcellont contest. ' ROADS ARE RUINED BY RAIN H0CH IS FOUND GUILTY Military Activity Prevented by Bad Roads Sickness Is Increasing Qunihu" Pass, May 10. Chinese ro ports, say tho Japanese aro Bonding largo reinforcements to Korea, presumably for a movement against Vladivostok. Heay,raJnB bavo ruined tho roads, pre venting military activity, and increas ing sickness, Japs Repulsed. St. Petersburg, May ID. General Llnovlteb reports thnt a detachment of the enemy occupied Yandl Pass May 10th. Tholr attempt to occupy Suabotso was repulsed, ns well as tho approach to Manukohu. French Aro Watching. Saigon, May 10. Forty-thrco col liers, mostly Russian and German ves sels, at anchor oft the Nhabo Annam coast nro being watched by a French gunboat, to seo that no breach of neu trality is committed. Twenty othor colliers are reported lying off Cape St. James. 4g .. " w Mr 3 SjT HpfliTfcVs" PWsF r m mt i m -jr. a ffiad&uMe weds &&JBaed & & It's our extremely low prices for high-grade merchandise that has made our store so popular. Out Dry Goods Department Has fully demonstrated that it is not necessary to pay fancy prices to get the strictly correct styles in seasonable dress goods, when you trade with us. Unusual importance will be attached to OLOTHINO this season on ac count of the Lewis and Clark Fair You want yourself and your boys fitted with the proper styles. There p will be many extra expenses connected with your trip, and it Is important that you should be as economical as possioje niung oui ma ranuiy. imi is lust where we can help you. The right goods at reasonable prices is oor ! specialty. Everything for the whole family at prices lower than yon tan find elsewhere. Jury Out Less Than Three Hours and Returns Ver dict of Murder Chicago, May 10. Tho assistant states attorney completed his argument for the state in the Uoeh murder trial this morning. Judge Kersten then in structed the jury, which retired at IStlS. The jury returned a verdict st 2M0 and found Hoeb guilty of murder, and the judge sentenced bim to bang, MAY GO TO GOULD SYSTEM CHANGES THE OBDEK. Administration Modifies Recent Order Regarding Purchase of Supplies. Washington, May 10, The adminis tration has modified the recent order re specting the purchase of Panama sup plies abroad. Secretary Taft announced this afternoon that it was decided not to purchase any foreign ships at pres ent, but charter such as are absolutely neeessary. He said it was not the purr pose of the commission to purchase un limited quantitlesyof supplies abroad, but only such as were imperative, in order to give congress an opportunity ln October to pass on the whole question. Endorse "Open Shop." Atlanta, May 10. D. M. Parry, of IndlanaDollf. was re-elected president of the National Association of Manu facturers. A resolution was adopted I endorsing fhe "open shop." Delcived That Worthington Will Take Position With Western Pacific Chicago, May 10. From the best In formation that ran be gained in Chica go it is believed that 1). A. Worthing ton, general manager of tho Northwest division of the Horriman system at Portland, has ben offered and accepted tho position of general manager of tho Western Pacific, as tendered him while here, by the Gould management. While no announcement of tbo fact has been made here, and no direct eon Urination of tbo rumor has been given, it is firmly believed that Mr. Worth ington has resigned from the Harriman position ho is now holding, and has made arrangements to go to the Gould system in a yttj short time. m Pencil Pushers in Session. Sulphur Springs, I, T., May 10. There was a large and representative attendance today at the opening of the annual convention of tho Indian Terri tory press association. The sessions are to continue two days and will be devoted to the discussion of ft wide range of subjects relating to newspaper making in all its branches. F. 8. E. Amos, of YInitia, Is tbo presiding officer. Tom Ouster, of Albany, who helped "Slats" catch so many fish while visit ing Summit, has joined tbs messenger foree of this city. i HEA i RES KEEP OUT NEGROES Portland Judge Rales That Theatre Manager May Re voke Tickets Issued Portland, Or., May 10. Judgo Frn- tier, in tho state circuit court, handed down a decision yesterday that if the proprietor of a theatro wants to keep a negro, or any other person, from sit ting In a box or reserved scat at his theatre, ho has a perfect right to revoke n ticket already purchased, and send tho person from tho thoatrc. Tho de cision was' rendered in tho caso of Oliver Taylor vs. 8. Morton Cohn, nnd Colin 'b demurrer to tho complaint, sctr ting forth that there was no cause of nction, was sustained. Taylor Is n negro, nnd ho purchased tickets for himself and party, also col ored, for a box at tho Star theatric When ho went to take tho seats ho wn not permitted to do so, because of it tmV ing of tho theatro thnt negroes strsr not nllowed to sit ln tho borun. "Urn was offered tho money, ho paid tor thV tickets, but refused to tnko it, sra brought suit for $5000 damage. Tfier court held that a ticket was a licensor which could be revoked it any tiroe and a person sent out of t theatre would have a right to recover the prfc of the tickets, but did not havo a ctrour of action for dnmages, The ruling w not made becauso tho plaintiff was) m negro, but would bold good in airy Harriman Men Dropped. New York, May 10, At the annual meeting of tho Northern Paclflo rail road all tho promlnont roprescntntlvcs of Harriman, and somo of tho Morgau interests, wero dropped from tho board. It is understood that an agreement has benu arrived at by tho erstwhllo rival interests. Tbo directors ro-clcated wore John 8. Kennedy, I). Willis James, I). F. Baker, h. 8. Lamout, W. P. Clough, Chns. Steele. Tho new members nro John Saloamo, Robert Ilacon, Lewis Cass Lodynrd, Geo. W. Perkins, Jas, N. Hill, Amos French, Alexander S. Coch ran, Payno Whltnoy, The city authorities of Eugene have, caused to bo posted In public placos no-' tiers declaring 1). L. McPhorsan n com mon drunkard, and forbidding saloons to sell him liquor, Loss Winter Wheat (Sown. Washington, 1). C, May 10.-Ife(unnt to tho chief of tho bureau of statistics of tho Department of Agrlculturo mad up to tho first of this month show tho nrea under winter wheat in cultivation to havo been about 20,72.1,000 acre. This is 1,432,000 acres, or 4.0 per eeatP loss than tho nrcn sown last fall, and) 2,808,000 acres, or 10.0 per cent more? i thnn tho area of winter wheat hnrvost ?d,, lnl year. Of the area abandoned! or plowed under, 300,000 acres aro re ported from Kansas, 206,000 acres (la ' eluding cutting for hay) from Cnllfan I nln, and 102,000 acres from Missouri. Earthquake Kills People; Vionnn, May 10, An earthquake at Villa Yet Srulsa, Turkey, yesterday destroyed 12 houses, and killed IS pocv plo. gOfi&ag Specials For To morrow Morning BETWEEN THE HOURS OF 9 A. M. AND $2 HE. 35c Fancy Wash Stock Collars 23c $$.50 36 inch Cloth of Gold Pongee $$.$9 $$.25 Monarch Fancy Shirts &5c 25c Tooth Brushes S5e 'Lonsdale" and "Frc it of Loom," yard wide mus lins, J 4 yards - - $$.00 All 5c Soaps 2 for 5c Wonderful Bargains IN LADIES' SHANTUNG SILK COATS 11 est of material nod trimmings made up in styles and elaboration of which the cleverest designers ln this country and abroad have contributed their taste and ideas. The greatest bargains in woman's attire over vfferod in the month of May. $ J 6.50 Shantung Silk Coats - $$2.50 $$8.00 Sianttmg Silk Coats - - $$3.50 $25.00 Sfcantwsg Silk Coats - - $$6.50 $30.00 Shanttmg Silk Coats - - $20.00 It's to Yor Advantage to Call Early for these BargalM Dress Goods Bargains tl.OO, $1.25 and $1.00 silk strips Voiles, Etamines, Cheviots, Japan, black and colors. 78c 03c and 75e cheek, plaids and changeable brllllantlnes. 59c t LADIES' OXFORDS In patent oud lt(d leathers, Cu ban, Mllltary,ul French Heels. Itegular $2.S0 and $3.00 values. Special. $$.95 A GRAND BARGAIN SALE M