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m wi3B"a.. m TWO EDITIONS DAILY, AT 2:30 F. M. AND 4500 T. M. AILYCAPTTAL JOUBNAL. VOL. XV. iTEAMER GOING SALEM, OREGON, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 6 1005 - '. L NO. 235. ASHORE lany Passengers Can Be Seen on Her Decks Tug Sent to Her Assistance MONEY FOR CORRUPT PURPOSES Insurance Companies Put up Coin to Influence Legislation Ihip Believed to Be the Big St. Paul, Bound From San Francisco to Portland Eurokn, Cnl., Oct. 5. A telephones ncssago nt 0:15 tbts morning from Po- a, CO milca down tho coast from Suroka, statos that a largo passenger steamer, thought to bo tho St. Paul, en iouto from San Francisco to Portland. broko down and drifting inshoro at Point Corda. Many passongors can bo icon on tho decks from shoro. Tho uamo of tho stoamor is invlsiblo, owing to tuicK xog. JLTompi nssisianeo was urged. A tug boat and a'llfo saving crew havo loft for tho sceno. Tho steamer Ronnoko passod Point vcsscL Gorda early this morning, several miles out to sea, consequently it was Impos sible to soo anything of tho damaged stoamor. It is thought possiblo that tho wrocked steamer is at tho break water. It is learned from tho Ocean IIouso Hotel, soven miles north of Po trolla that n stcamor is on tho rocks. San Francisco, Oot. 6. Agents of tho San Francisco and Portland S. S. Oo. cenfirm: tho report from Eureka that tholr steamer St. Paul is ashoro at Point Gorda, with 100 passengers aboard. Tho company has ordered tugs from Eureka to go to tho assistance of tho wrcckod FIERCE STREET BATTLE Highwayman in Seattle Put up a . Fight Against Police Force ,AND FRAUDS Jng tho final proof, tho balnnco of tho answers boing filled in by Wade, many of which woro falso. (Four O'clock Edition.) Portland, Oct, 5. Addison Long. Becker, brothor of Joel, formorly states sttornoy or Chicago, who is an old ioldlcr, testified that ho had taken up land on tho Sllotz reservation under an fgroement with tho defendants, in tho ones land fraud trials this morning. Ie said whon "Win. Galloway left tho j.uu ouico a i urcgon uuy proois or jlnal entry wcro mndo boforo tho do- fondant, Ira Wade, at Toledo, IIo said bo only answered two questions in rank- Accident to Knabonahuo'a Airship. Brockton, Mass., Oct. 6. A. Roy Knabcnshuo, tho aeronaut, met. with an accident to his nirship yesterday on tho Brockton fair grounds, whJlo trying to make an asconsion. no was not in jurcd. Tho ship ha drisen about 30 yards, whon tho motor missed a num ber of revolutions. This proventod steering, and tho great bag containing tho gas struck a flagpolo on ono of tho buildings, stopping tbo flight. Knnb onsbuo shouted to his assistants on tho ground and tossed them ropes. Ho was ablo to descend in safoty. The notting covering tho bag was severed. WB CARRY TUB GENUINE "Cavenette" Rain Coats FOB MEN'S DRESS WEAK. You'll have to examino tho garments and see our prices before you (an npproclato tho valuos wo are offer ing. "Fish Btand" Sfidcets "Shield Brand" Slickers They're tho most satisfactory waterproof coats made for rough wear, Got our prices before you buy. OUR DUCK COATS AND COVERT COATS aro the moat serviceable work coat you can get. Rabbets 8c Rubbe? Btoots Umbrellas Everything for tho rainy season. New York, Oct. 5. Edwin I. Devlin, head of tho real cstato department of tho New York Life, was a witness bo foro tho insurance comraltteo this morn ing. IIo was examined in regard to tho rcnlty investments of tho company, and showed that millions were, invosted which produced a net income nf from less than ono per cent to a llttlo under three. The averago yield from real cstato for 1004 wns only 3 7-10 per cont. IIo declared investments at these low rates wns previous to tho present regimo of tho compnny. Devlin was excused and Cornelius WJU probably die. u. wmto, nuiutor of tho Now York Lifo, called. IIo &aid $111,000 woro given Andrew W. Hamilton, charged to account. In Scptcmbor. 1004. $75,000 was given to Hamilton and charged to tnxos. Later thtls was transferred to tho nccount of contin gent expenses. "Whito was oxcusod. William F. Thummol, acting in tho somo capacity for tho Mutual Lifo, as Hamilton is for tho Now York,' was callod. no said the Equltablo, Now York Life, and Mutual apportioned tho legislntivo tax work. Ho said onco "certain persona" gavo him a "certain sum" for "spoclflo" pur poses. When pressed, said it was to creato public sentiment, and provont vicious legislation at Dcs Moines, la. Ho said each of tbo throo companies paid its sharo of tbo expenses. Thummol admitted tho Mutual con tributed $25,000 to tho Republican campaign iund. Ho said tho reason for tbo contribution was that ho felt that Domocratlo success would causo tariff and other agitation and upset business. Ho dcclarod ho had nothing to do with fodoral supervision, no also dcclarod ho novcr authorized tho payment of any legislator, and said that, so far as ho knew, not a slnglo cont was paid to in fluence legislators. Robert II. Mc Curdy, mnnagcr of tho Mutual, testi fied. Seattle, Wash., Oct. 5. In a battlo between tho police and hlghwnymon who attempted to hold up the grocery stdre of Gladstone & Grccno, nt Fifth nvcnuo and Ycslcr Way, at 0 o'clock last night, Constnblo Kline, of Justlco Gordon's court, wns shot in tho head, nnd Wnllaco Gnmmcll, a llyear-old oyo witness of tho duel, was shot in tho stomach. Two highwaymon, Thomas Daloy and Tom Nolnn, wcro captured. Young Gammoll wns carried to tho Seattle General Hospital unconscious, nnd an operation was performed. Ho Constnblo Kllno was rending n nows paper in tho grocery store, which is but two blocks from tho central station, and Gladstone was arranging somo boxes on tho shelves, whon Dnly on- tored. IIo ordered both men to throw mnn. Just about this point a third por son joined tho shooting, directing his fire at tho offlcor. It is probable ono of his bullets hit Kline, momentarily stun ning him. At Fourth avenue, Daloy turned into Yoslor Way again, continuing his fire. As ho ran past tho police" station tho ofHcors on duty ran out in pursuit. Night Clork Williams overtook him at Second avonuo, nnd Dnloy tamely sub mitted to arrest. Just beforo tho shooting insldo tho grocery storo, Officer Stetson, stnndlng across tho street, saw n man acting in n suspicious manner in front of tho storo. Ho rushod across, slipped up bo hind him, and seized tho mnn ns ho had drnwn n revolver. Tho mnn was Nolnn, safely undor arrest before Daley bo gan his duel with Offlcor Kline. Daloy's photograph wns received to day from tho Tacoma polico, with a re quest for his arrest on a chargo of high way robbery. Nolan is known by tho polico hero. Tho two men aro bolng invoatlgntod on tho thoory that thoy may havo boon implicated in tho rob bery of tho Groat Northern overland Monday, BATTLE IN THE JAIL Has No Appendix. (Four O'clock Edition.) Now York, Oct. 5. It is announced this afternoon that August Belmont has undorgono nn oporntlon for nppon up thoir hnnds. and beforo Ofilccr KHno a,clt'8' wh,ch ms successful, nnd ho could drop his pnpor. fired at the om-1-8'now out ot danger. cer. Another shot was sent at Glad stone. Both shots went wild. As Dnloy turned his gun on Glad stone, Officer Kllno closod in on him. Tho two mon fell on to the floor, fight ing desperately, Daloy still shooting and attempting to reach tho officer. Three shots were wasted in tho struggle beforo Daloy broko looso and ran out of tho storo, Kllno in pursuit. From tho grocery Daley turned along Fifth nnd then into Jefferson stroct. He and Officer Kllno woro fighting a street duel. Wallace Gammcll was aiandlng at Fourth nvcnuo nnd Jeffer son, nnd was shot just aftor Daley passod him, probnbly by tho highway- Troaty Roachos nomo. (Four O'Cloek Edition.) Tokio, Japan, Oct. 5. Ynmaza, di rector of political. affairs in tho Jnpan cso foreign oflleo, nnd n. W, Donnlson nrrlvod today on tho steamer Dakota, bearing tho pcaco troaty signed nt Portsmouth, 'Seattle, Wash., Oot. 5. John Hll debrand, undor lifo sontonco for par ticipation in tho robbery of Mntt Con wajf'e saloon, nearly n year ago, during which Matthow Murphy, a patron, was killed, mndo nn nttcm.pt yesterday af ternoon to kill Jailor Wlso. Jail Phy sician Carson, who jumped in front of the jailer, was shot over tho right oyo. Sheriff L. C. Smith, who ran to tha jniro's rescue, fired twico at Hlldo brand boforo tho prisoner dropped his gun nnd wns overpowered by trustios, Jailer Wise, who was unarmed, had in tho mcantimo fled boyond tho rango of Hildebrand's gun. JAPAN'S BIG DEBT (Four O'Cloek Edition.) Tokio, Oct. 5. Ex-Forclgu Minister Okumn, in nn address beforo tho cham ber of commcrco todny, said that Ja pan's dobt will bo $2,250,000,000, Ho urged that business men re.doublo tholr efforts to ndvanco commerce. DAUGHTERS OF CONFEDERACY Must Show Stock Books. St. Louis, Oct. 0. Ramsey this morn ing received from Judge Taylor, of tho circuit court nn order dlroctlng tho offi cers of tho Wabash and Missouri Pa cific railroads to produce, Friday morn ing, tho stock books showing tho Gould holdings. San Francisco, Oct. C Tho Daugh ters of tho Confedorncy held memorial sorviccs this morning. Itosolutions woro passed in memory of Miss Mildred Leo, Judgo J, II. Rlgdon, Tenncssoo' Gen. F. J. Churchill, Gon Fltzhugh Lee, Gon. Bntos, Tennessee; Gon, W. 8, Grecno, of Kontcky, and John S, Wnrd. Now York, Oct, B. Prcsidont Mc Call, of tho New York Life, whon nsked if ho intended to rosign ns tho result of tho investigation against him in sovor al states, replied: "Lifo insurnnco mon never resign; thoy die." Ho says he will fight Nevada, Missouri and oth er states commissions to tho death by Injunction, nnd declares ho can defeat tholr order by proper legal proceed ings. Tbo Berry Court-Martial. (Four O'Cloek Edition.) Vancouver, Wash,, Oet. 5. The court martial of Cnptain A. P. Borry, of the Tenth Infantry, who is noouml of breaking into tho room of the wife of Lieutenant Mack, while acting as cap tain's quartermaster on the transport Sheridan, en route to tho Orient from San Franoisco, was resumed this morn ing. Many witnesses nre present. Good Goods c&jftleiieiS&$ Honest Values I EXACTNESS Evory word in our advertisement means exactly what it says. Wo do not ovado or Itldo the truth bohlnd gen eral statements. Tho wldo rango of morchnndlso of tho newest fashions explains tho constant prvsonco of tho largest audlonco at tho store of satisfaction, which demonstrates tho exactnoss of our statements. You will find many interesting things awaiting you, and at a prlco much less than olsowhero for equal quality. foAuMbs& "7&&i &&38ftak&y6 Boy's School Suits Our "BOY PROOF OLOTXnNO" is what school boys need. It U made for lively boys. chool Shoes Yon get eolLI leather shoes when you trade with ns, and oar prices are xtremely low. BUSTER BROWN LEATHER LEdGINS for the small boys are the proper things for school wear. Commander of tho Knights. Richmond, Ind., Oct. 5. Colonel Ar thur J. Stabbort, of St. Paul, was today appointed major-general in the Uniform Rank of Knights of Pythias, to succeed tho late James N. Carnaban. All bought beforo tho recent lotton Blankets ray Wool Blankets kMT7 dT"" Ia W00lea oia' riute Wool Blankets ,el1 them " iU M prlet Chicago's Insurance Muddle. ,cuur u viuck .umuu.; , Chicago, Oct. C Upon the proposal, of General Moulton, the policy-holders' in the Western Lifo Indemnity Com pany today decided to abandon the; fight upon its officers in tho federal courts, and lettr tbo entire matter to Judge Koblsaat as referee. f' 4k I IIP 8 Ilk miv' I :;ir.Mr. it r. fi IB M limM SB t.mjI'MXti i'VIMI-I U . HJ'-T "Oavenette" The Reliable Goods Wo mako no idlo boast when wo say that "Cravcnetto" is the best known, most universally used and bns given tho best satisfaction of any rainproof materials. You can mako no mistake in getting "Cray onctto," for guarantee is back of it. All weights and colors to choose from ut our counters. $.50 to $3 was A shark measuring six feet caught in Coos Ray this week, and is on exhibition at Marshfield, HMMIBIEBMHUIXSMBMMBBB , SHOT DRINKS S VIGORAL 3 g TOMATO BULLION 9 FRENCH BULLION I ASHABOX , POT OF TEA WITH WAFERS. B 8 Zltm's w mam wwwn AT COURT STREET STORE, g READY-TO-WEAR GARMENTS FOR WOMEN and MISSES London set the styles for the three-quarter length eoat suits and tho fashion has already taken with American women. The coats are so comfortable with their "easy" Unes so drossy and stylish. Coverts, broadcloths and hev lots, all in grtat favor, and we are showing a grand assortment in wanted shades. Our lino is by far the largest in this city. Qual ities aro op to the usual stand ard of this house. Prices, too, are quite modest. $14 to $37.50 Futs Glvo All Do you need a new fur! that fur garment thought now. tho new styles of SCARFS, COLLARETTES, STOLES JACKETS, BOAS, SHAWL BOAJiFS, FOUR-IN-HAND TIE8. 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