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P. M, AND a.00 P. M. DAILY CAPITAL JOUEN AL. VOL. 3CVL SALEM, OREGON, TinniSDAY, MARCH 22, lfiOG. NO. 70. THINK PACKERS ARE FREE HAD A JOB LOT CARGO GOVERNOR'S CONDITION IS SERIOUS MINERS ANSWER LAWSON ALASKA'S GREATEST SEASON HANNA WOUNDED SHERIFF SHOWEES TONIOHT AND FBIDAY. Acquittal of Individuals Will Act as for its Further Proceedings Wellington, Mareh St. Attorney Orneral Moody called upon the Preel Jont today to discuss the packers' do tlslon. It is generally believed the department of justice wit adept the conclusion that the decision will have the elTeet of releasing the defendants and make it impossible to pie.ee them in Jooparly the second time, this bolng likely to be considered by the higher court ns an nequlttni on the criminal charge. Power Dice of Wound. Los Angelw, Mareh li. Mir We el K. Power, a back driver, recently from Portland, Or., who attempted te murder his wife, Brally Power, and then turned lis revolver on bimiolf, sending a bl let through his brain, died at the re reiving hospital yesterday withetit hav ing recovered eonscleiHneM. The wounded woman is resting easily in the women's ward of the elty prison and will recover. Brooks Up Uio Gang, Ban Francisco, Mareh tt-Prank Woods, one of the meet dangers MM raisers on the PaM const, was sen tented to ten years in San Quentln by Judge Dellaven this morning. Irwin 1'atner, John, Adams and Fred OrayH t'her members of the Weed's gng, are awaiting trial on the same ehnrge. o Timo Extended. Washington, March Stt, A rroolu t n extending the timo for the open g of tlio Shoshone Indian reiorvatlon f-wMHl the senate todny. CHICAGO STORE PEOPLES BARGAIN HOUSE Millinery LADIES' OOAT8, 8IIIRT WAISTS, AND NEW 8PRINO 8UITB. NOW ON 8PMCIAL 8ALB and will be aaW t prleco that will quickly ad vertise thia department aa tno beet pJaeo in Salem to buy year ready to wear gooda. Wo aro sot looking for big profits. It is a Wg volume of bus 1qm wo aro after. We want to make six sales for our competitors' eac That 1 tho reason why wo do the business and sell our gooij at such lit tle prices. MILLINEttY. Kvery hat trimmed or untrimmed ta this department is this season's latest production, bought from the beet mtkHnery houses in New York and Chicago. Hero are a few ef the styles; The Oago HaU, the Nspol eon, Uvo Daaatlcaa, Uie Hyde Park, tbo FATOTito. tho BvangciJne, tho Drench Bailor, the Now York Beau ty, tho Paris Novelty, and doaens of ethers, eoU) at prieea that will make quick sales. Trimmed hats, $1.40, .M, ,, $8.9B $3.50, 4M asd up te $8.50; all worth double the price we ask during the sale. Wo want to let tho ladies know what is doing ia tho millinery de partment of tho.Chisago 8tore. ejantsasanssantasans-as-santonrnoTa Don't forget that wc are Salem's Silk SoUers. Every department tluougheat the ostiro store is stocked to the brim with up to date now goods. Saiem'sGeatestGfowngStofe McEYOY BROS. Money, Style, Rank, Beauty, Officers Wives and a Russian Baron 9nn Francisco, MnTeh It. The Pa rifle Mall steamer Keren sailed at 1 o'clock, this morning fer the Orient, She carried treasure t the amount of a quarter ef n mlltlan. Among the pas sengers are Mrs. K. K. Huntington, wife ef the railroad magnate; Mies Hunt Ingten, Mrs. Goedrfcth, wife ef the. rear admiral, and daughter; It, S. Miller, eeHsnl-gonernl at Iteng Keng, and fam ily, ami Itaron Dakkmeteff, the new ItuHMn minister te Japan, WILL BUILD A TUG Washington, Marek it. The senate commit toe on commerce today reeom me4ed the passage of a bill appropri ating 4400,000 fer the construction and equipment ef a life-saving eeean-gelug tug for sec vie m the North PaeifU coast and n life saving station near Neah bay. . To Bnioreo Uio Laws. Unite, MenL, Mareh St. Tho Itepub- Mean eenventien today nominated eight candidates fer alderman. Tho platform falls for the strlet enforcement ef the lawe to sttppree gambling, peel roms and wino room evils, ladies' surra and coats Drery one of them sparkles with newness; they aro direct from the boot manufacturers fan America, To make thia departensat atisl more popular we will sell pretty coats and sulU during this sale at prices that will eenvtnee tho closest buy era that tho 'Chicago Store is the correct place to buy your ready to wear things. Suits of varied materials ef the latest weaves, from '..$8.50 to $M $18 Baa Gray Punama Suits, beau tifully trimmed aad made; price $10.90 $5.00 Now Covert Jacket ....$3.45 $10 New Covert Jaokets..... .$3.00 Tho Now Long Box Coats, just in, sale price, $8.90 and $10.50. quick seHerai SUTST WAISTS. Brery lady that looks through oar sew shirt waists is surprised at tho gra&d assortment, their beauty and new styles. Wo can. show you waists from 4So up to $10 SO dot. 8e White Lawn Shirt Waists, handsomely trimmed, sale prise , 49o 15 doa. $1.50 White India Lines Waists, Uaotlfnlly trimmed, sale price. . 95c Special prices right through. Comer of Commer cial aid Covrt Streets Governor Pattison of Ohio Shows Signs of Exhaustion-the Worst Feared Columbus, 0., Mareh if Despite the denials of Governor Paulson's condition, it is sueh that it is lmpo slide to conjecture what the next 14 boor may bring forth. Sign of eat kauettoa, long feared, have appeared. ' -O' Missouri Valley Doctors. Moot, 8t. Joseph, Me., Marek M. The eemi-anmml meeting of the Missouri Valley Medieal aesMiation opened In the rooms of the Commercial olub to day Many prominent physicians from all parts of the Missouri valley are In M tendance and n highly interesting meeting is expected. Among the prom inent physicians who will deliver rid dree or read papers before the meet lag are, Drs. N. 8 Davis Jr., L. L. Mo Arthur and Pea ten II. Truck of Chica go; Dr. S 0 rover Dennett. Kansas CHyt Dr. C. H. Mayo, Rochester, Minn.; Dr. C, 0. Thlonhaus, Milwaukee; Dr. D. C, Core, Marshall, Me., president ef the Missouri State Medical socloty; Dr. Prince K. Sawyer, Moox City, In.; Dr. William Jeptor-. president of the Iowa State Medical society; Dr. Oka. It, Rowers, president of the Kansas Hate Medieai society, and Dr. Daniel Morton of St. Joseph, THEY CANNOT AGREE Indianapolis, Ind., March St. -An op orator, whoso name is not disclosed, Is credited with the statement thai an agreement between minora and opera tors was found to be absolutely impeo slide, and a motion to adjourn sine die, was made in the joint scale committee meeting this morning. Christian Endeavor Rallies. Louisville, Ivy., March fc Van Og don Vogt, general aMrotary ef the Unit ed Society of the Christian Kndeavor, of Hoton. and. tho Hv. I. M. Tinder, president of tho Kentucky Christian Kndeavor Union, of Lancaster, Ky, will be tho principal speakers at two public rallies whleh will be keM this afternoon and tit., evening at the Pirot WotfUsh Lutheran church, liroadway, near Jack street. The- will speak on the general work of the young peo ple's societies. Will Eecetvo the Ladies. 1'ekiag, Mareh tk The duwagor uuu will uiva a. LriliLiiU reeettlB ' 'at the palaee today in honor of the I ladies of the diplomatic corps. Oreat preparations for this important event have been made, aod It is believed that this function- will be one of tho brilliant court events of the t-easea, Lights Strung Areand Jail. Raise. Idaho, March M.-K. P. Kiohardsoa and Fred Miller, attorneys for the men accused of the murdex of Prank Stounenborg, left for their re spective homes today. Judge Smith has sot yet Indisatod which of the men shall bo removed from Caldwell to the jail at Woiser. j Arrangements are being made here t to guard the county jail, In which Mey er is held. Six or eight special men are being pa- on, aad arc Mgots are to bo strung around the court boose, so as I to make it Impracticable for say one to approach the place without beiag ob oorvod. M WW -, , C, V.M3M .Mill III.V been organised to aid the eftJeers there in the event of aa attempt to release the seoused. To Consider Shipping Bill, Washington. March SC-Thc house commit tee on merchant ma rise and nsh eriea will hold a meeting this after seea to consider the shipping bill. It is expected that there will bo eoBoid orablo opposition to the bUi, and its fate is considered itry doubtful, par ticularly as Speaker Cannon is opposed to the WU andfWill giro bo eacoursgo meat for its oo&sideratioB, even if it shonld, bo reported. Representative Tawney, ebairmaa of the committee on appropriations, is also pronounced m tu opposition to the bill "Need no Stock Jobber or Bucket Shop Manipula tor to Protect Them" Untie, Mont., March ft-Tbe Iluttc Minors' Union, In reply to a telegram from Luwsou, predicting a cut of wages, had claiming the Amalgamated has mil lions of poundo of copper stored, antici pating n shut-down and strike, also at tacking tho Hut to copper companies and the hanks, this morning sent the fol lowing tlogrnm to Laweoni "The miners of Montana need no stock jobber or bucket shop manipula tor to tako care of their Interests. The Dutl Miners' Union for fO years has maintained a satisfactory scale of wages and friendly relations with tho companies employing them, and the present management has the entire con fidence of the union." The union alleges Lawsan is trying to depreciate the value of Hutto prep eft lea for stock jobbing purposes. Itobblne Is said to have admitted that peace ic Impossible. The joint con ference took a recess to this afternoon without considering the motion of ad journment. There to apparently a dealoek. o- WHITE SLAVE CASE Xow York, March M. ItoUrt Hl"!"! the nepro aeevfod of white slave truffle, according to rumors, Is going to plead guilty to three Indict ments, This Is denied. Detectives tec titled that In a number of raids on the (dace they found white women, and said UprlgKl, defied them, sayingi "The police could not do anything to him." lie was nppareutly immune until the Otmake trial. atrs, lluutiugtou Divorced. Ban PrauoWoo, March ML After ton minutes of court proceedings Mrs. Mary A. Huntington was divorced this morning from Koory K. Huntington, nephew of the late Coilia 1. Hunting ton, tho traction magnate and multi millionaire. They had been wedded 30 years. Mrs. Huntington told Judge Oraham the story of her martial rela tions, and said there was no community property. K. U. Ir ent.ee. Mrs. Hunt tuition's brother tcstiiled that the couple bad not maintained martial re let loos for Ave or six years. No set tlement of any sk meter was asked. It Is understood the parties err aged a di- vision of the JWOtH-rtV out of irt. There are four ehUdron, nil of ngo. Pol lowing the eoort proceccttngo Mrs, Huntington loft tho eoort room to take posMigo on the Korea for Japan. Mrs. Honilngton was represented by Judge W. C. Van Pieet. aad Hunting ton ky W. ODoan, of Los Angeles and Peter P. Dunn, of the law department of the Southern aoinc. Mrs. Hunting ton told the court she had appealed to bar husband to return to her, but with out avail. Millions of Sookeye Fry. Vancouver. H. C, Mareh tt-Twea ty-nine million seckeye salmon fry will be turned out of the Dominion govern ment hatchery at Harrison Lake next week and started toward the sea. The Ash are about three inches long. The operations at the Harrison Lake hotel ory last fall and winter were attended with great sueeeM. The fish at the Setoa Lake batohery, which is a provincial institution, will also shortly bo released. Altogether this batohery produced approximately 4SJW,0M try last season, aad all but ia,04KKt wore reared in a nursery. Left Ills Money to as Actress. Loo Angeles, March ML The will of Denis Ledoe, former chief engineer of the Canadian Fasifie railway, giving bis fortune to an actress, Lseillo Gil bert Sells, waa filed today. His daugh ter, Mrs. Robert Billot t, of Denver, filed a contest, claiming fraud and un dao influence by the actress. -' o Chicago Markets. Cbiosgo. Marsh tt.-Whoat, 77 78.; corn. 4t4.i ats, 3V$ Passengers Already Leaving for Skagway, and Quan- titcs of Supplies Gathering Victoria, It. C. March it. Although Marigatioa on the Yukon, and other Northern rivers wilt not open nntil May, tho movement of pace angers thith er has begun, and will continue, It is oxpeeted, for tho next few moatbs in n steady stream. Advices from Dawson state that the heaviest movemont of all kind, of traffic from Whltehorse le Dawson is taking place. Itlg operators and tko managers of barge, dredge and hy draulic eainpanles arc arriving te pre pare for extensive spring and summer operations. The steamboat companion are preparing their fleets for one of te busiest seasons Jn the history of tho Yukon, particularly Into tho Tnnana. A heavy mevoinent ef supplies is under way to all oreoka by sleigh. A HtUt later the roads will be muddy, and it will W Impossible to do any more freighting until the latter part ef Mao. The Klondike Mines 1 tall ways ic to pond 100,000 In the Klondike in wages and supplies this summer on nn ex tension which It I premised will reach the Demo by October. The new railway- will haul the greater part of all freight In future for Dominion, Gold crooks. EASTERN OREGON COLD SNAP Vale, Or, March it. The eoMett weather for many yearn has prevailed born during the past two weeks. Snow fell about 18 laches deep, and the gov ernment thermometer registered If be- low aero, I Tho Mlaaard took tho stockmen nn1 aware, live lenmfred head of sheep wan reported to hove been lost by James White, who was moving from Weat-faM to this place. Twenty head of oattio of Charles Ileakea died from star vation recently white be was attempting to move them to Malheur valley from West fall. There is no bay to be bought i the vicinity of Vale since the cold soap. Weokmen are feeding corn and grain. puyUg$!Jo per 1C0 pounds for earn to be hauled from Ontario to Vale. Tw dollars and n quarter U paid by West fall men, tho grain to be hauled from the same daee. Warm weather sot In hero today, and the saow la malting fast. A desirac Uvo flood is feared, eaoeod by the deep snow In the mountains west of Vale. Smoking Car for Ladles. Louoou, Maroh . The first stock ing oar over reserved for ladles in Croat liritain loft the Mg Indon ter minus yeotarstay. The windows bore a label reading "Ladies' Smoking." The Innovation attest the spread of sok Ing among rfogilsii women daring re cent years. Preparing a Memorial. Washington, Maroh anGempera wwe cloielod with labor leaders today, discussing the Interview with the Ireo idoat yesterday. It Is likely they wW begin a propaganda of the problems enumerated yesterday in a memorial to be pretested to the President, Soon tor Prye and Speaker Cannon. Murderer Marao Hanged. Newark, N. J., Maroh M. Otuscppe Mar wo, tho ooavioted murderer of his brother-in-law, Nunaio Marianne, was executed today for hie crime by bang ing. The murder was committed) Aug tut 8. 1004, and the prisoner baa been tried and ccnteaoed to death four times. Cattle Thief Fighters Meet. Saa Maroial, N. It., March SCHone breeders asd cattlemen from oil parts of Now Mexico are assembled here to attend tho annual convention of the Cattle and Horse Protective associa tion of New Mo-dco. Great prepara tions bare been made tr the entertain ment of tho visitors and they are ex pected to have a royal good time. Desperate Encounter Follows Shooting in Town of Wallace Idaho Wallace, Idaho, March asWTho West era Pedoratlou here deny complic ity In the attempted assassination ef Sheriff Agnus Sutherland by Will Han no, Uet night, Sutherland was shot la the nock, but not fatally. A desper ate encounter followed tho sheeting. Hunne, woe overpowered, disarmed and placed In jail, ttxoltement ran high. Uannn shot the sheriff to escape ser vice of a writ of restitution on roll road land. W1TTE BREAKS DOWN Loodon, Ainroh M. Advices state that Wltle has broken down oompleto ly. Ills kouoe is closed and advertised for root. Ilia nerves ore ehattored, and he will possibly toko a long rest abroad - o HUteheod BUI. Woaolngion, March St. The state hood MM was taken from the tWe and n warm fight opened up In an endeavor to get Oklahoma Into rMwegenllug An nona and Mow Mexico, Parliamentary dlscoseion delayed the debate on Its merits. In tho closing delwle of the state Mil, lledn, the humorist of the ealdt " I Hko the President bo- onoso he allowed a member of congress to Wreak into bis honeehold without ringing an alarm; Itesause ho gave hi daughter to aa American, and net n degenerate prince. He should not diss gree with the senate when the senate Is right, and wc ought, to pass the bill." Among the Itepublloamt voting wild the DemeeratN at various stages wore MeLaeblan, Need ham, Smith, Hays aal Qtllelt, of California; French, of Idaho; HorwawM, of Oregon, and Howell, ef Utah. ' ' Tenia Plant at Auction. Colorado Sprlnga, Cole, March t Tho eoeUy equipment of Xikok Testa's experiment station, located here six years ago, when Tenia was planning groat things In wireless telegraphy, will be sold at aoetion here this aftsr , ,y u, ip; te satisfy a judg ft $M In favor of J. a Duff sen DutTner asserted that he had boon emwoyed a caretaker for two years after Testa's return to Kew York. Judgment was obtained by default. They Deserved Hanging. (Pour O'OJOflk K4I110D.) Wnokegoa, III., Mareh SL oaivaUr Pilos and Salvnlore (iravaao, Italians, who murdered three eooatrymoa, fel low laborers in a railroad eoaotrnotioH camp, at Wlnthrop Harbor, last fall. were lontonced for life this morning. It developed at tho trial shut the two bad planned to murder six fallow la borers, while sleeping In n box ear, but three escaped, wounded. Ciau Digger in California. (Pour O'Gleek Kdltlon.) Monterey, CaL, Maroh asWiWxty represootasivec of sommeroial organi nations of the state of Washington ar rived on a epeeia! at tho Del Monto Hotel this morning. They took a 17 mile drive, returning to luncheon. May or JebMoa extended thorn the free dom of tho city. They left this after neen for Ies Angeles. Doing Back to Hubby. Riverside, Ojal., Maroh J. -Mrs, W A. Corey, wife of the steel magnate, aeeompanled by Corey's mother nai sister, left last night for San Francis oo, on Toutc Hast. She reneed to give her ultimate destination, but it la be lieved from remarks dropped that aha is going te join her husband. ' 0" ' Elks Will Dodleaia Sulldlng. Now Bruncwiek, N. J, Mareh . The now building of the Blka at Spring and Albany streets will bo dedicated tonight withi appropriate eereeaeaiee. Several high officials of the grand lodge will attend the exercises and deliver addresses. . ' P5- X.