XjA8T EDITION, 3:30-
DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL
SALEM, OREGON, TUESDAY, JUNE 13, 1005.
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Intense Interest Awakened at
the Independence Meet
Independence Juno IS. Tho second
Dovclopmont Convention of "Western
Oregon wns opened at this city today,
nnd tbo nttendnnco wns larger than nt
Salem or Portland, and tbo interest
Tho Dovclopmont Convention met
nt 4 p. m. It was called to order by
Secrotary "Walter Lyon, who intro
duced Mayor Mossncr for tho address
of wolcomo, which wns responded to
by President B. Ilofer. Ho referred
to tho work of tho Loaguo for Qood
Roads, nnd for improving tho trans
portation situation in Oregon.
Hon. B. F. Jones, of Toledo, dollv-,
ercd a nmstorly address in favor of
opening Ynqulna bay. Ho mado an
eloquent plea for nn open harbor for
"Western Oregon. His remarks wcro
His paper wns discussed .by sovcral
speakers, nnd such interest was taken
that it wns resolved to spond part, of
tho second day in planning for an. open
At tho Park.
After adjournment n clnmbako nnd
barbecuo was served nt tho city park
to about 1000 people. It was a grcnt
success. Tho clams wcro brought
fresh from Ynquina Bay by Hon. B.
F. Jones, of Lincoln county, who was
tho gustntorinl hero of tho occasion.
At 0 o'clock all repaired to tbo opera
Iiouso again for tho
Miss Sadie Craven sang a beautiful
solo, nnd was recalled. Sho lias n rich
contralto voice, nnd gives promlso of
becoming a great singer.
Rev. EInyor, of tho First M. B.
church, wns Introduced, nnd spoko on
tho kind of men who wcro ncodod to
develop a country llko this, tbo man
who gets thero, who docs things, who
W. P. Elmore, tho mayor of Browns
ville, wns introduced nnd spoko in a
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day tomo tow Salem day at
the Lewis and Cla k Fai
very hnppy manner to tho immense.
nudienco that packed tho opcrn house.
Miss Almirn Klmberlin sang n solo,
nnd was given a recall, to which, sho
responded very graciously.
Hon. IkoBlnghnm wns next called
out for a short speech, and captured
Miss Helen Cooper sang n solo in a
rcmarknblo lndy's bnrltono voice Sho
lias tho deepest intonation over heard
in ono so young on tho Pacific coast.
W. I). Tooro, of "Woodburn, was in
troduced, and spoko of tho strugglo
from poverty to greatness, and pleased
tho nudienco very much. Homer Dav
enport had now arrived, and tho nudi
enco was delighted at tho sight of
him. Ho gnvo n number of reminis
cences of bis boyhood days that
plcnscd everybody. Ho brought in. tho
old SUvorton brass band, in which ho
bont tho nnnro drum. Tbo Undo Jnko
McClnlno story, when tho bnnd wont
to Portland in honor of Cleveland's
first oloction. Ho ontcrtninod them in
n charming manner, and held tbo nudi
enco to a finish.
Tho Autos Hero.
Thero was an unusual nttondanco of
autocars. Tho big 12-sont enr run by
Manager Baldwin, of tho Salem Suliur
ban Automobile Co., mado regular
trips nnd carried a great many pas-
songcrs, Tho rldo is swift, but not
disagreeable, nnd Mr. Dnvies, tho
chnffcur, is a compotont man, who has
mastered tho dlfllcult parts of tho
Grcnt interest is shown in tho pro
posed nutomobilo road from Salem to
Newport via Falls City, nnd tho Sllctz
reservation. It has easy grades nnd
beautiful scenory. Frank Butler, of
Falls City, nn old surveyor, says it
has nothing moro than eight, per cent
grades. Ho is nn cnthusinstio sup
porter of tho enterprise, nnd the dis
tance was only 03 miles.
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emain closed all
Pre'ident Roosevelt's Peace
Proposition Accepted Jap
anese Repulse Attack
"Washington, Juno 13. Tho Presi
dent has received Ambassador Moycr's
cnblo dispatch convoying tho formal
accptanco by tbo Russian government
of Roosevelt 'a pcaco proposition, nnd
confirming tho ornl communication
mado by Count Casslnl yesterday.
London, Juno 13. A dispatch fiom
St. Petersburg states that tho fa lo
tions of tho proposed representative
assembly has been definitely decided
upon, Jows will bo entirely oxcludod
from tnking part in tho oloction of
rcprescntntlvcs, who will bo selected
through tho Zemstvos.
Tokio, Juno 13. Marshal Oyama re
ports that on Juno 11th somo six col
umns of Russian troops attacked bis
forco in tho vicinity of Ylngochlng
Brshlipao Shufang Tal, and thnt all
tho attacks wero repulsod.
Leaves for "Washington.
London, Juno 13. A report from St
Petersburg states that M. "Wlttco, pres
ident of tho council of ministers, will
leavo Immediately for "Washington, in
connection with pcaco negotiations.
Cblcnno. Juno 13. Tbo boof trust
Inquiry was resumed by tbo fodoral
grand jury today. Two promlnont
Iowa stockmen testified that slnco tho
railroads had been compollcd to oboy
tho law, requiring livestock to bo
wntcrcd overy 24 hours, tbo ronds have
brokon off their pact with tho beef
trust. Undor tho former law tbo roads
retarded shipments nt tho instnnco of
tho trust, in order to regulnto tho mar
ket through dnlly receipts. Edward 0.
Davis, representing tho South Wntor
street commission men, presented new
ovidonco gathered from tbo fruit
growers against tho Armour private
Butte, Mont., Juno 13. Tho usual
long list of sporting ovents is being
pulled off nt Butto today in celebra
tion of Minors' Day. Probably tbo
most Important event on tbo doy's
program is tbo fight slated to tako
jilneo before the Sliver Bow Athletic
Club lato this afternoon between Jlmr
my Walsh, tho Boston bantam, and
Owen Moran, the clever littlo Bngliih
fighter. Tho artlolos call for a twenty-round
contest at 110 pounds, tbo
bantam weight limit.
Xew York, June 13, Insurance Com
missioner Hendricks has completed
bis investigation of the Kqultnblo and
left town, Tho report will be made
publio Thursday. Itumor is current
that Hydo Is a heavy participator in
the Ryan syndicate which brought tbe
Hydo stock. It is not expected thero
will be any serious opposition by the
minority to conduct the affairs by tho
Chicago, Juno 13. Wheat,
67 corn 53i5534i oats 3130.
? Fudge Fudge I
t 478-480 STATE 338 COURT, t
Big Guns In the Forts Putting
the Boats Out of
Washington, Juno 13. A tolcphono
messago from Fort Monroe sny that
at1 3 o'clock this morning tho bnttlo
ships and two others vessels of Ad
miral DIcklns' fleet, which nppcarbd
off tho fort wcro "sunk" by a vigor
ous firo of tho const artillery guns.
According to tho report tho smaller
vessels of tho fleet woro sont up tho
Potomac as scouts, tho heavier vessels
making a demonstration against Fort
Wait Until Dark.
At 10 o'clock tuls morning a small
naval vessel wns sighted from Port
Hunt, but quickly dlsappcarod. Tho
day 1b bright and clear, and nrtlllory
officers nro of tho opinion that it would
bo almost sulcidnl for Admiral Dick-j
ens to attack until dusk, although thoy
nro prepared for nny contingency.
Portland, Juno 13. Judgo DoHaven
this morning ovorrulod tho demurror
of tho. defenso and sustained tho in
dictment, under tbo federal statutes,
in rccciviug money wbllo tho sonntor
was a member of tho firm of Mitchell
& Tanner, from Frodorlck A. Krcbs,
for expediting claims to land patents.
Tho trial was sot for Tuesday, Juno
20tb. Tho jury panel is now being
tho presence of tho attor -
noys for tho defense, who wcro accord
ed this unusual prlvllcgo upon re
quest. Jndgo DoHaven, in overruling tho
domurrcr said: "Tho objections urgod
against tho indictment nro as to form,
nnd it is open to criticism, yet I think
it substantially charged tho offeneo
described In tbo statute." Sonator
Thurston, on behalf of Mltcholl, filed
an oxception. Mitchell wns then called
on to mnko bis pica through bis attor
ney, nnd pleaded not guilty.
Pine Bluff, Ark., Juno 13. Tho Ar
knnsna Sunday school association is
holding its seventh annual convention'
hero with praoticully overy county in
tbo stuto well represented. Threo
days will bo taken up with convention
proceedings. In addition to roports
and other routino business tho pro
gram provides for practical talks by
a number of eminent Sunday school
workers, thoso from outsldo tho state
Including Sorrells Rhodes, I). D., of
Philadelphia, and C. D. Meigs, of
07.25 Miles an Hour,
Chicago, Juno 13. The Lake Shoro
special, making a test run from Buffa
lo to Chicago for the purpose of secur
ing a basis for establishing a fast
train from Now York to Chicago in
competition with tbo Pennsylvania
18-hour flyer, completed tbo run of
027 miles yesterday in 470 minutes,
muking a new record.
Oil Companies on Rock.
St. Louis, June 13. Attorney Gen
eral Hadloy has begun taking testimo
ny in tbo investigation of the Stan
dard, Waters, Pierce and Republic
Oil Companies, charged with combining
to the restraint of tradu.
A ROLLING BTONE GATHERS
NO MOSS, BUT AS HOOKER'S
RED CROSS DRUO STORE DON'T
WANT TO BE A MOSSBAOK, XT
WILL CLOSE WEDNESDAY
NEXT, AND ITS EMPLOYES
WILL HELP SWELL THE CROWD
THAT "HITS THE TRAIL."
Los Angeles Wan Who Was to
Wed Soon Commits
Limn, Ohio, Juno 13. William
Pifcr, nged 28, of Los Angeles, who
enmo hero to wod nn old sweetheart,
bung hltnsolf last night, becnuso ho
lost n drnft for a smnll fortuno bo had
mado in tho West. Tho bnnk refused
to issuo a duplicate. Tho wedding was
set for next Saturday.
Louisville, Juno 13. A special cast-
Knnntl nnutncrftr Irnln nn thn ftautliprn
.. t....n. ....... w .- -
) rnllrond, bound from St. Louis to
Loulsvlllo was wrecked n mllo west of
Golden Qato, 111. today. Tho fireman
' ftnd engineer wcro killed, and n num
ber of passengers nro reported killed
and Injured. Tbo train wns composed
of 11 conches, nnd was bringing vet
erans to tho confedcrato reunion.
Wisconsin O. A. It.
La Cross, Wis., Juno 13. All trnlns
nrrivlng this ntorning nro pouring
scores of G. A. It. VctcrnnB and mem
bers of ami In ted societies into this
city. They como to ottond tbo annual t
crcampment of tho veterans' organiza
tion of Wisconsin, which will bo in
progress for two days. Gcnernl Black
mar, of Boston, commander-in-chief of
tho Qrnnd Army of tho Republic, is the
guest of honor.
Sick With Yellow Povor.
Wnshlngton, Juno 13. Sovon new
cases of yellow fovor on tho Isthmus
!0' " reported by Governor
Aingoon, udo uvmu iiihiuuucvh. ju
each cato tbo men wero employed in
tho upon air, wbrn thoy did not bnvo
tho benefit of mosquito bars, etc,
All Day Tomorrow
BARGAINS FOR TODAY
Do your shopping today for your Lewis and Clark trip. You'll find bar
gain throughout this great store. Everything wanted and needed iu
wearing apparel for this grand occasion.
REMEMBER THIS STORE OL08E8 AT 0 P. M.
Ladies New Skifts at Sweep
Mako your selection today from our entlro lino of new BILK, MOHAlB,
PANAMA, ETAMINB AND CLOTH SKIRTS for less than regular
iVft Ladle's Salts
Best stylos of this season's fnib
ioning. Materials are silk and Mo
hair. 1T r.n AID Ht nnil
20.00 suits reduced) J 2.35
22.50, B5.00 and , -.-.
27.80 suits reducedS J O.OO
28.50, aO.OO and
33.00 suits reduced C J 7.50
New showing of the proper styles
in summer shades, with or without
embroidery or fancy edge. Your out
fit is not complete without one.
$.50 to $5.00
SPECIAL SALE NO. 233
Special buy of new dtslgo
Worth regular 15s yard. Thursday
instead of Wednesday.
6 -3c yd
Trying to Find Out Criminal
Practice of the Strik
Chicago, Juno 13. Robert Camp
bell, of tho Pcnbody Commercial Co.,
nppenred ns n witness beforo tho
grnnd jury investigation of tbo al
leged criminal practices of labor load
ers in connection with tho tcamstcrij
strike, It is understood Campbell wa
asked to throw light on tho alleged use
of $30,000 to provent a striko of thev
teamsters ngalnst a down-town office
building" when tho unions tried to
forco tho buildings to uso cqnl Instead
of gns. Joseph Bigrobskl, Chicago
agent of n St. Louis browing concern
wns questioned ns to tbo possibility of
tho tenmsters' striko having toon
cnllcd at tho instnnco of Chlcngo brew
ers, to harm St. Loula browing inter
osts. Joseph Lnpham, of tho Laphnm
Brlek Company, testified that beforo
bo wns nblo to securo a settlement of
tho striko against bis concern ho woo
forced to pay tho men whom ho took
back full wages for tho tlmo thoy lost
while on strike. J. 8. Field, of tho
Knickerbocker Ico Company, testified
that in settling tho striko against bis
company no monoy wns used.
Tien Tsln, Juno 13. Tho Chtnowr
guilds nro quietly determined to carry
on tholr plan of boycotting American
goods, and tho eolullon is dally bo
coining moro clmy 'or American
manufacturers. Nutlvo newspnperis
nro refusing advertisements of Amer
-Salem Day at Fair
It doos not matter to us what
prise you pay for a gunnont. Wo
onnnot afford to soil you anything
mado of poor cloth, tho linings of in
ferior quality, tbe making slighted
in any way. We do not offer you
niiythlng but reliable, strictly do
pendublo clothing of tho newest
styles and patterns. Ready to-put
on and wear.
$7.50 to $25.00
NEW ARRIVALS TOR MEN
Patent Corona Colt, Blatcher Cut,
Balmoral, Tuexdc, Chicago and
Newest styles of known quality.
$3.50 ancT $4.00
Since adding tho I'ingrse Shoe we
bav0 taken ft giant stride forward
in (ha ibM businew. Width from
AAA to HB. Price, kid or patent.
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