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LAST EDITION, 3:30- VOL. XV. M 8AXEM. OREGON. rRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1905. NO. 212. 10DIES WIND WORDS CORPORAL TANNER FLOATS TO HELP ROB THE DEAD ASHORE ON COOS. BAY BAR MOTHER LOVE IS " TRUEST STREW STREETS ANDWAR SHOWEES TONIOHT AND SATtTBDAY. towns in the Caucasus Filled With Dead and Dying Victims St. Petersburg, Sept. 8. Tho streets if Bnku and Shushn nro strewn with autilntetf bodies. Dozens o towns iavo been burned nnd tho Inhabitants bassacrod. Hungry women nnd ckil- pen nro hiding In cavos. Tho formor lovernor tho Cnucnsus, now nn aide to ho Czar, says tho war bctweon tho tussians nnd tho Caucasus Inhabitants rill bo harder thnn anv formor rebel- Ion, becanso formerly tho Armenians lidod tho government, but now tho mountaineers nro divided. Caucuses Rebels. Warsaw, Polnnd, Sent. 8. A Baku llspntch says tho Armenians havo do- ilarcd for Caucoljs indopondoncc. Was Suxo Hurt Somo. Milwaukee, "Wis., Sept. 8. Pflstcr Ihls morning brought suit for a half Biillion, alleging that Harry P, Myriek, Klitor of tho Froo Press; District At torney McGovern, Assistant Cohens and Special Assistant Gofl", II. A. Upham, H. Tweedy and others conspired to ruin him. Ho nccusos them not only of jbol, but declares that they seeurod Us Indictment for larceny, tho chargo Intending to lot a cloud hang ovor him by novcr bringing it to trlnl. Tho caso Is tho oittcomo of a long light of Pflstcr sgainst LaFollctto. Androw Carnoglo In Kilts. Now York, Sept. 8. Campbell Don- kid. whoso father was a school chum f 5f Androw Carncglo at Dumferllno, Scotland, has just returned from Scot land and n visit to Skibo Castle, rhcre Mr. Carnoglo Is spending tho jinmor. Ho brings tho rather surpris ing Information that Mr, Cnrnogio, feeling securo from observation and Indiscreet camera fiends, is in tho b libit of appearing on tho golf links bpon his domain in full highlnndcr garb, with kilts nnd plaid stockings. rho costumo is said to be very becom ing to Mr, Carnegie. Chicago Market. Chicago, Sept. 8. Wheat, 81; corn, 53'4; oats, 0. OUR LINE OF OOTWEAR Fo the Fall lompiete. It includes every doslrablo style nnd hard service. ' ar""r.' Th8&Tom 1s) 'jH r L v 'A lStm i White House SHOE FOR WOMEN Tt miTTiaa ,. .Vnun.tAH tn irnnw hair It is made. It looks like a Ge'ed- ar welt, but has no insole, and is as made. It wears fully 50 per cent longer Urn sole. Out Prices Ae $2.60 and $2.95 V e havo the most complete lino of NEW SHOES in the eity. We make I a si pial offnrf -. liuuro tfutA. far ekfldrftn that MMMBS BU anprM -i vlurability. You'll find the prioea .,, 'Jjt&s'sied (aaiA tMbs& OKB-FOTJRTH OFF TUB EEaTJLAB PRICE, WHILE THEY LAST. Ycu can't afford to overlook this 1 of the neatest atd mst cumfort l!a waist ttat a woman ever wore. Britt-Nelson-Jefferies Outfit ' Infringe on Air Ship Patents San Francisco, Sept. 8. It was an nounced , early this morning by Man ngor Nolan, representing Nelson, that his eido bet of $10,000 had beon de clared off, and that tho purso would bo split on a 00-10 per cent basis. Tho announcement was a great surprise to tho fans, as tho signed articles callod for a $30,000 purse, tho winner to tnko nil. Judging by tho ndvanco salo of seats tho loser's end will bo a small fortune. Willlo Britt admitted1 that Nolan told tho truth. Each accused tho other of being rcsponslblo for tho chango in tho articles. Britt said ho was obliged to consent to tho chango, or thero would bo no light. Nolan said, rather than disappoint tho publi, ho hnd consented to mako tho chnrjo at Brltt's earnest request. Nolan depart ed for kelson's camp this morning without seeing Jeffries. Ho still insists that ft forfeit bo deposited insuring a square deal on the part of Jeff, but admitted that ho might accept Jeff af ter a conference. San Frnncisco, Sept. 8. Jeffries ar rived last night from Los Angeles. Ho said thfs merning: "I nevor bncked out of any proposition yet, nnd I will not chango this time. Thoro is nothing left for mo to do but to net as rcferco, and I'm going to do it. Tho public and tho two principals will got a square deal at my hands. This nftcrnoon I will sCo both Brltt nnd Nelson, nnd como to an understanding with them as to tho rules under which they will fight. Dcspito tho uncertainty created by tho squabblo ovor tho referee, cvory train coming into tho city today brought its quota of fight fans hero. They had started beforo Noland had issued bis nnti-Joffrics ultimatum, nnd brought their wads with them, but when thoy had been "wisod up" to tho situation, thoy changed their minds about betting. As a rosult tho pool rooms nro not bolng -worked to death this morning rocording wagers, and tho odds rcmninod unchanged at 10 to 7. Throngs of visitors vlsltod tho camps of both fighters. Neither did anything Season Is Now quality for either dress wear or . Process. flexible as tho lightest "turn sale than either a welt or ordinary h lowo'r than at rsglrtri. - r nT-nal xrAlkTHTOTT BTTTRTa AT G. A. R. Pick Him Up After He-Was Sat Upon, and Somewhat Flattened 11 L Donver, Colo., Sept. 8. G. A. R. elec tion today.' Until after tho nomination speechos it looked like Tanner had n walk-over. Tho opposition showed con- sldornblo strongth. Bnlloting begnn at 11 o'clock and it will tako hours for tho first roll call. Tho candidates for commander-in-chief nro Tannor, of Now York; Brown, of Ohio; Burton, of Mis souri; for-senlor vico-eommander, Cook, of Colorado; junior, Everlst, of Illinois; Fowler, of Minnesota, and Boycc( of California. For surgeon, Brother, oft Iown. Ohap Inln, Cole, of Iowa, nird Leary, of Kan sas. Owing to tho bitterness' of tho fight tho W. R, C. election was post poned until this afternoon. Mrs. Frls ble, of California is a Btrong candidnto. Corporal Tnnnfor was elected lat'ol this afternoon. ATTORNEYS GET WARM Woostcr, O., Sept. 8. Tnggart avert od a fight 'between tho nttornoya in court this morning. Tho rival lawyers worq angry over tho mannor of begin ning their arguments, and started for each other. Taggart. stepped between them, nnd held his attornoy until tho other left tho room. Tho plaintiff an nounced that it would recall Major Nowborry. to tho stand. o L - i JAPS Tokio, Sept. 8. The municipal coun- cil last night passed a resolution ile-, nouncing tho terms nnd advising tho abandonment of tho poaco treaty. A dolayed dispnteh says tho rioting was resumed Wednesday night, nnd an at-1 tack was mado on tho rcsidonco of tho ministor of home affairs. Thero were oight donths and 800 arrest. Japs Nood a Trouncing. San Frnuoisoo, Sept. 8. As tho Jap aneso society Is planning a monster mass meeting to protest ngninst tho no tion of tbolr government in sanctioning tho Portsmouth treaty, tho police In tond to keep a closo watch of tho pro ceedings, ns it is feared that speeches will bo delivorod that -might stir tho little brown men to do something des perate. more tbau light limbering-up work. Ono of Nelson's early visitors was Oaorgo Slier, the vteran referee and orltie, who looked the Dano over, ami nronouneed him In perftet condition for a flcht to co any distance. Nelson ' took a short lot? an the road this morn ing, later doing a Uttlo light work in thu pvniiKiaium. . i Brltt's program was prnetisally tlOi same. This aftamoen Slier was ono of bis visitors. The fighters will bo upi AArlv tomorrow marnlntr. and. after a I - or , short walk and rub-down, will start for tho city to weigh in. Neither will par take of any food until after this cere mony, which takes plaee at 10 o'eloek at Harry Corbett'i, hns been finished. Nelson figures on being two ouneea under the stipulated weiebt of 133 pounds, whilo Britt thinks ho is one, full nound under weight. Nsither an-1 tUipates bis)g over tb wUa, m both ara within a few imh of it now. The Spa CANDY FACTORY Oat Fresh Home Made Con fectionery is Strictly Pure and Wholesome. US State Street. W. T. pTOLZ V. O. MEYERS. Insurance Companies the Greatest Fatteners on Dead Men's Remains New York, Sept. 8. Edmund D. amlolph, treasurer of tho Now York ife, was n witness before tho logisla ve insurance .investigation todny. lie oxplnlned how Vice-Prosldont George W. Perkinj got $80,000 until 1000, when ho was jumped to $75,000, bo Causo Morgan wanted him. In 1001 ho derided to join tho Morgan firm, whon, rather than loso him nltogotlior, tho ew York Life paid him $25,000 for special services in nn advisory enpnei ty. Ho explained tho details ,of tho salaries of tho high ofllcials. Ho said tho list submitted of tho officers' salar ies was correct. No list was submit ted of tho minor officers though from 77 to 80 wero ordered. The commlttco wllf tnko stops to get the list at onco. o Randolph said W. D. Ingersoll, vice president in chnrgo of the European business, gots $80,000 annually. E. It. Perklnt, third vice-president, admitted ho was a brother of Goo. W. Porkins. John C. Lnllln, a member of tho finance committee, followed Randolph, nnd ox plained tho details of handling tho finances of tho company. He said tho stib-committeo, composed of Porkins, "Woodbury, Iangdon nnd Randolph, was given tho task of making investments. Ho said tho compnny gonernlly bocamo n party to tho syndicate with tho In tention of holding tho securities, but frequently disposed of them at a profit. Houses Fall. Rome, Sopt. 8. Earthquako shocks in tho provinco of Cuelebra reported tho loss of hundreds of lives, and four owns nro almost entirely destroyed. Tho prison at Monto Icons dl Cuelebra collnpsod, killing soven. Tho groatcst damngo was at Stcfaconi. Pooplo wero burlod in tho huins of almost ovory house Tho villages of Biscohio and Triparnl woro destroyed. NEW Dress goods 4i Fall Styles in Ready-to-wea For women who want tbo newest and best In the newest fabrics and colorings can bo found horo In n grand as sortment. Not one nmlerslrable pattern among the .iitii" sn iwin--yct th re is a wldo rango for your ohooslng somothlng you will like. More new garments here than nil tho other stores combinod, and ovory one of dapond ablo style, material, workmnnshlp nnd shading. If you have not already sitn these new creations, now's the best tlmo whilo the ttoek is at Its best. Prices 'Fgg"- Velvet Veloars A now material for fall wear in suea pretty destgM and colorings for dressing Mqu, gowns, klwo nas, etc. This is Nhown in a great variety at our dumettic counter Ajk to see It Handkerchiefs New designs sod sites now ready. Everything that's sew and dainty ean be found here in greet variety. Prtees are lower than ever before, and the qualities aj- better. AtfdlL-jt-.M Lsaflikkkkkkkkkkkm . ?3 jy ": 0 A. A Keasnants of all descriptions gath- HALF 1 OCiay IS etBtiaUt Gay wed from both floors. Today only they pRjCE CJVA t If Arm A Af Steamer From Portland Lays Up on the Sands of South-, ern Oregon Portland, Sept. 8. Tho stenmor F. A. Kllburn, loavlng hore for San Fran oisco Wednosdny night, struok at tho ontrnnco to Coos Bay early this morn ing. Slio displayed signals of distross, nnd tho life-saving crew and tho tug Columbia went to her assistance. Thoy found iter lenking bndly nnd tho en gines disabled. 8ho was -kept nflont with difficulty nnd token to tho North Bend dock. Editors Touring Through Canada Minneapolis, Minn., Sopt. 8. A par ty of about ono hundred editors and from all parts of tho United States startod from hero today in n, special train on a tour through "Western Cnn ada ns guests of tho Canndian Im migration Association. Tho party, which nlso includes S. . W. Lonvitt, chairman of tho Minnosota Board of Control, Wnrden Honry Wolfor, of tho Minnesota Stnto Prison at Stillwater, Wosloy J. Specrs, representing tho De partment of tho Intorior of Cnnadn, nnd Secretary Theodoro M. Knappon, of tho Westorn Canadian Immigration Association, will go direct from horo to Winnipeg, thence west nlong tho main lino of tho Canadian Pacific rail way, stopping nt, Brandon, Portngo In Prairie, Dauphin, Prlnco Albort, Rcgl nnf Mooso Jaw, Lothbrldgo, MacLeod, Calgary, Banff, Mediclno Hnt, and oth er places of special interest through out Western Cnnnda. Fairbanks Took a Toed. Oyster Bny, N. Y., Sept. .8.Fair. banks lunched nt Sagamoro Hill today. It is announced that Pen field hns gono to Brazil, to report on tho commercial relations of this country in South ' America. c7lleiiei&8&y $l4tQ0 H3 New Dress Goods J we are now ready with our new drew fabrics of ovary description. The material we aro elTerUg are all new waterioli In stylish and up-to-date weaves for present year, ami our SMortment i by far the largest evr shown in the elty. You are por.ill invited to inspect the new goods. The finest lot of Suit Cases' we ever had in our store, 0 PRICES WERE NEVER LOWER All styles. All Prices. 92.00 TO 923.50 We wish isrt:(nlarl to eall your at tention to our .lupluy of a Genuine Strap Solo Leather Case with a solid brass spring lock, heavy pressed and stltohed leather corners, largo rivote, steel frame in lid and body, shirt fold In lid, threo brass binges, strap or bolt fastenings,, It has no eompetiUsa M the prise asked. $5.00 ara offrd at Moved by Fear Woman Car ries Dead Baby in Her Arms for 200 Miles Stockton, Cnl., Sept. 8. Fenrlng tho train mon would tnko tho body from her, Mrs. Abo Foutior eonconloit tho fact of tho death of hor youngest child, a babo 14 months old, nnd carried tho romalns in her nrinB from Reno, Nov., through Stockton to Carters. Sho nnd threo ohildron woro ou thoir way from Wisconsin to join tho fnthor nt Onrtors. Tho fathor didn't know of tho child's (loath until tho mother lnid tho body on tho bod in tho now homo, nnd sob bed out tho pitiful story. 10 SHAKES TID3 OLD COUNTRY. Earthqnaka Do en Business With tho Dagoes, Killing Hundreds. Rome, Sopt. 8. Details of tho earth quake in Cculebrla indlcnto that tho casualties will bo enormous. To tho present time, It is known thcro aro 347 dead, nnd hundred nre Injured. Re ports coming In soy many small vll lnges woro totally destroyed, Tho Bhocks wero folt at Naples, Castolla mara nnd Florence. Will Study Immigration Question. Victoria, B. C, Sept. 8. Dr. T. T. Tong, representing tho Imperial Chi noso Bonrd of Treaty Revision, and now on his way to Washington, left hero today. Ho has como to this coun try to study tho classes and character of tho persons immigrating to tbo United States from various parts of Europo nnd other continents, with n view of ltnrnlng whether China la discriminated against by tho govern ment. It is believed In China that tho United Stntes government, whilo ro- vlow of learning whether China is permitting JLhoiiiynJgratlon. of classes of Europeans far Inferior to tho Chi nese. His report will bo of great "Im portance in determining tho future de velopment of trndo relations botwoon China and tho Uuitcd States. $37.30 New Styles EBADY TOR YOU AH sisce, fill styles, nil patterns $Oto$30 NEW j OUTING I WEAR I r