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T ' sre r w,',evt,'5!iif'!f,'7'','r!r'"' w -vpwn,r,'srjJ f" TWOAlBDrriON8 DAILY AT 2:31. T. M. AMD 4:00 P. K. LY CAPITAL JOURNAL.- ,s "Tr "TUT'"! Hat foil QC ' atft ecf 'it kt ;ita t k: 0 i JsBSBiv'.''" iflH BUT A BIG SCARE- iii ri 1 TlmlrMiKi uWw ihe Earth Still Trembles it is Probable the Danger Is ll 111111111 II II Over and the Trembling is but the Settling of the Earth into Normal Conditions W Jl 36! 'H SaaFrSSSee I April 30. Two distinct ipleart5qWirimfea were felt in this city brat 2 oeek1'ts morning. Some email i damage wae lene in the down-town dis ittiitrietbyi the, -collapse of walls, bub there cajlwere no fatalities. Two dozen soldiers mpying Frankfort hall, nt Bush and e streets, ilea irom tne ouiitung twtafc to? re-enter until too renet to? re-enter until P IS- . . m d arrived at 7 o'clock. In tho low letrleta ike abodes wero more severe riJJToBwrrowJthe sustenance department a &. tho wJmS work -will bo turned over faio the army. Mnjor Krauthoff, detailed JIICAGO STORE sHwlv PEOPLES BARGAIN HOUSE Rb You Appreciate The Real Buying Power Of Your Money ? r HEAD OVER CAREFULLY TUB FOLLOWING PRICE LIST GIVES YOU THE SAME ADVANTAGES IN BUYING- HONEST JLE DRY GOODS AS IN NEW YORK CITY OR CHICAGO. OUR i ARE BUSY AWAY BACK EAST SENDING US SNAPS TOR READ ON: tJ Gray Panama Suitings; ia a fine wool drosB goods ftjeoks liko $1 cloth, yd. . . .35c U tvy "Wash Silk, yd 19c on Taffota Drew Silk in itno nw ahadee, yd 49c Finished Velveteens, in now Ladings, yd ...,39c of the most beautiful that ever were shown at about half what you jto pay elsewhere. fjtlk Taffeta. Ribbon, yd.. 3c , n. rjtacy Persian Neck Rib 18 quality, yd lOe Mlk Maline Veiling, yd". . . .lie Chiffon, yd ,...25c , Cover Embroidery, yd 25c Black Darning Cotton, ball .lc . Spool Cotton, epool. Silk, ball .ltfc How Supporter, pr 10c Percale and Calico mafia dre&es, prico ....23c ' Double Ttaeatf JSc Block Stockings, prf...10e ALJEK'ft SXAXaST EY0Y BROS. MORE SHOCKS TODAY FRANCISCO HAS ANOTHER SMALL SHAKE FATALITIES WRECKED in charge of the transportation commit teo will turn it over to Major Duval Tho polico department today ismeJ 500 permits for opening safes. Want Government Aid. San Francisco, April 30. Prominent business men proposo to aslc the na tional government to loan money at a low rato of interest to cnablo San Fran cisco to rebuild. It is pointed out that tho banks cannot supply tho $200, 000,000 needled for this purpose; that congress could pass a law enabling the Wo aro agnte for th Jlack Cat and Buster Brows Hosiery, tho best in the world. IxuKeV Swiea Ribbed Summer Underwear, price 9c, 12&C, 18c and 25c Ladles' $16.50 Rand Gray Panama Cloth Suits, Man-tailored and handsomely trimmed; price (9.90 Ladies' New Pony Jacketa; sale prico (3.45 Better Jackets and Long Coats all at csmH price. Ibe Chicago Store docs the busi ness in Millinery. We are sgnte for the Sadard Pat terns, tho best on earth. Ladies' btantifnl esow white Shirt WaUrts is lawn lines and eilk, fhert -nd long aUeves, at and up from A ........ 4Dc We f re ngenta for ihe Wa-Ber' Eurt Froof Corsettj try one; you will never ww' ay other; Pfieea, 49c, 75e, We, $1.25, $1.49 50c Girdle Corsets, vale price.. 39c COc GoI4 BeUs, sew arrivals... 25c Silk ifuti, elbow lengtn, priee 05e Soiled Lace Curtain ..,.HaIf Priee OXOWIXtt STORE. Cdfier af CoHer cial aid Cdftrt Streets SALEM, OSBGOtf, WALLS treasury to accept municipal bonds for government deposits. The fact that tho government gave credit to tho Central Pacific, Philippine Island railroads and constructing irrigating systems ia quoted as a precedent. The nnswor of Socretary Taft to tho request of the financo committeo as to what became of tho two and) a half millions voted by congress for tho relief of San Francisco is anxiously awaited. But $300,000 nc- iwwwwwwwmmiinwwwwwwwwwuwwwwwwwwwii VIEWS OF DOOMED CITY I 1 We have received Thousands of Souvenir Postal ; Cards containing 36 views of Sah Francisco, Santa Rosa 1 San Jose & Stanford University. Displayed in our East ! Window 2 for 5c- - -25c doz. PATTON'S BOOK STORE iiiwimniiiWHBiMHiHiiinimniiiiiWiwmmtHiinMM tual carfi has been received by tho oonv mittee. There is considerable criticism of tho failure of the war department to allow local committees to cxpimd tho appropriation, a it felt the needs wero best understood by it. Rod Cross Has Coin. Washington, April 30. Judge Mor row, president of tho California Red Cross, has telegraphed the secretary here that provisions and supplies re celved and en route would meet tho present demands ut San Francisco, and that contributions should now consist of money. The Hod Crots secretary im mediately telegraphed the 'Frisco mint to credit Phelan with $300,000, and al so informod the finance committeo that the Red Cross society had) in its treas ury over $1,000,000 subject to t'je wisbei of the committee. Wanta Good Officers. Washington, April 30. General Greeley advises that reinforcements be reduced from 2500 to 1000, but urge that five field! officers and 40 captains of administrative ability and physical en ergy accompany tho troops. He wiji tho early arrival of snob officers will eavo money and reputation at the pres ent crivii. To Help Laborers. Washington. April 30. The senate today passed the bill already parsed by tie house appropriating $100,000 for the employment of labor at Mare Island, and $70,000 for Postal expendi tures on account of the earthquake. We lunrc take tke agency for the U-IALL-NO after dkuut mJats Fresh shipment jt received. THE SPA , , t OAXDY FACTORY 362 State Street. MMTDAY, APRIL SO, 1B0. GRAVES i MARKED , UNKNOWN Ouklaud, Cal., April 30. Of 207 Lo llies' handled by the- coroner's force, only 120 have- been Identified. Regard lug itlio 108 men, 3 babies, 13 women anil 3 girls unidentified, tho only thing know da the placo whero tho bodies "word found. t Of tho bodies of 35 men, 4 women, 2 bnbie: , y- solutcly nothing is known. ntul 0 Chinese, ale ji Governor Inspects San Joso. Sau Jose, Cal., April 30. Governor Pardee, accompanied by Adjutnnt-Gon- oral Louek, arrived in this city this morning on a touT of inspection. Tho party was met nt tho depot by a num ber of city nndl county officials, and waa driven about town in automobiles. Later a tour wnn mado through tho hos pitals and relief stations. Tho governor expressed' hinuclf as highly pleased" with tho manner in w.hwli tho crisis is being tided1 over her?, and nfter complimenting tho au thorities and tho people of tho city, ho lety on an afternoon train for Oifkland. CALEB POWERS AGAIN Washington, April 30. Tho case of Caleb Powers, convicted of the murdter of Governor Gocbcl, of Kentucky, was debated before the honso committeo on Judiciary today, during the considera tion of tho bill providing for tho re moval from state to federal courts of cases, if the (Defendant can show proju dice, or that local influenco will pre vent his obtaining his constitutional rights in tho state courts. It ia alleged Powers was convicted in answer to popular clamor for vengeance Now la tte Time to Fay Up. Tho business pcoplo of San Francisco who are out of bufiness nro sending notices to their creditors of which the following Is a eanrple. Theyi eay they "need tho money," and it is fair to prewrmb they de: "We are in need of ready cash. AH California banktt tire cloned indefinitely Only method! of securing cash is by postal orders. If our customers', indebt ed to us, will end us a postal order for all they can epare. at once, tUj favor will be greatly appreciated." To Protect Traders. Washington, April 30. Tho bill to protect legitimate competition wan in troduced in tho house today. It pro vides that firm doing interstate busi ness, which destroy competition, dis criminates by celling commodities at lower priee in one iwctioa than, la an other shall be guilty Qf a salideweanor, and bo punishable by fioe or imprison ment. When a, eorporatico la foaa4 guilty under this act the executive, of. fleers, and >nts of the corporation, Lall bo deemed guilty end punltfeeig aa provided. , ORDER COMING OUT OF CHAOS San Francisco, April 30 Tho return of pleasant weather brought a great in crease in tho number of refugees to tiro parks and Presidio. Indications aro that all open spaces will bo densely populated during tho Bummer. For tho most part theso will bo dependent ou charity, although tho number will bo decreased as tho men aro nblo to socuro employment at building operations Tho problem of preventing looting is still grave, particularly amid tho rivhis of Chinatown and tho location of the jowelry nnd pawn shops. Soldiers have been forbidden to shoot, which compli cates tho problem. Ono hundred and fifty members of tho national guard mostly from Oakland on leave, wore dirryen from tho ruins of Chinatown, whoro thoy weo seeking loot or souv onlrs. Shots fired against the walls sent them flying. Souvenir-hunting is a popular fnd, oven prominent busincw men and society people nro engaged in it. Many of them wore driven from Chinatown nt tho ioluA of tho bayonet Even women risk burning their shoei THANKS FOR HIS BONES Washington, April 30. Tho' house this morning voted tho thanks of tho nation to General Porter for securing tho remnins of Paul Jones. Dufur Contributed. Dufur, along with othor places in Oregon, responded nobly for tho rellof of tho sufferers in tho stricken city of San' Francisco. UeorKo Johnston called a mooting of tho citizen Sunday at tho rooms of tho club, which was presided ovor by Mayor Dodd and appointed as a committee Mayor Dodd, George Johnston. lane Smith nml W 1 Knowles. Tho rosponso to tho solid tations of tho committeo wero very lib oral, and they wero nblo to ehlp a car load of supplies to 8aa Francisco yes torday. Tho subscriptions wero, from Dufur, $500; Klngsloy, $100; Boyd1, $100, and from Ramsey and other local ities somo more, so that all together tboro was a full carload. Dispatch. Young Gould After Championship. London, April 30, Tho great court tennis tournanvnt for tho champion ship of England began hero this after noon before a largo nnd1 brilliant as semblage of spectators, Including many prominent Americans, The number of entries ttf largo nd Includw K. II Miloi, the present English champion and a largo number of other crack players of tho United Kingdom. The United tatw is represented by Jay Gould Jr., son of Oeorgo J. Gould, who recently won the American champion ship by defeating Charles 11 8a ml Tho tournament is played on the court of the Quecra'a club, in West Kensing ton, 'under tho rule of tho KnglUb Teunfa association. Americana ia tke Lead. Athens, Greece. April 30. Paul Pil grim, of New York, won tbo 400- motres running race in 63 1-5 seconds. J. D, Lightbody, of Chicago, won the lCOO-mttres race In 4 minutes and 13 second The American team Is far ahead In the lead. Wrald Meaa DJaaater. Detroit, Mich., AprU 30 The strike of 20,000 lake seamea and workmen, threatened tosorrow, wuld tie ap 90 per cent of the traffic, ob the Jakes. Sfore JabM4 te SerUc, Toulon, France, April 3. The Uan way ejloys J4b1 tU trik today, ' " NO. 104. and clothing In their engi-rnefrt to un earth something of vnluo fom the smoking ruins. General Greoley has prepared an ostimato which eliowa 7000 tons of food wore distributed in tho ton days since tho earthquake. Tho dally distribution costs nboitt $140,000. This, does not include tiro cost of clothing given nway. Qrooloy estimates thnt 200,000 hnvo been cared for. A now system of distribution has been ovolvoll, Ofllcors have been plnccd in clmrgo of tho transportation of food supplios nanitntion, engineering nnd clothing. Tho unburnod, section is divided into soven military districts, nnd each ub divided into 100 relief stutlons. Fjioh of theso places h in chargo of ro Bronslblo citizens. Tho period of ex treme distress bns pafwed, nnd at the earliet powiblo moment tho lssuanco of rations will bo confined to womon, chil dren and mon wlio aro ill, Only ono Tatlon will be issued to each person. Mon who nro nblo will bo forced to do work. Of 400 men in tho bread1 lino yesterday only four would accept work at $2 per day. TROUBLE BREWING IN FRANCE Paris, April 30. Anticipating 'trouble tomorrow, when It will bo impossible to buy provlilons, pcoplo nro laying In a stock. Troops continuo to arrive. S, A. R. National Convention. Uoftton, Mass., April 30, Tho Na tional Society, Hows of tho Anwrlcan Revolution, ojened its annual conven tion hero thin morning at tho Hotel Vcdoine. Only o brief business session was held this morning. This afternoon the dolegutes will tai a trolley rfde by wwy of Medford und Chnrlostown, in order that Bunker Hill monument mny bo soen. In tho evenintr Boston olmptir will givo a reception in honor or tho distinguishod virttora, TJie principal business session will be lml.l nt Fanull Hull tomorrow morning wheo Jtlio olllcern for tho coming year will l. A ...tAi.l ff-l. - .-J I.. . uu Ull'tiuy, xuo UIKTDOOU Will 00 UO- voted to sight-swing In nnd around Boston, with particular reference to polntti of historical Interest la the oveuing a banquet wilj bo r!tren nt tbo Hotel Bomorsct, when tho (He gnten from other states will ho the guests of the Mnewieliusetts society. Bty In PenMylvaaia. Mount Crmel, Pa., April 30. Troops nnd tho otnto constubulnry scattered tho mob of rioting foreigners this morning. Ono trooper was severely in jured. Itoports from other districts, whejo trouble is threatened, is that the constabulary Is moving in. President Will Iaiervee, Wllkeib&rre, F., April 80. latlm. tione aro heard today that the Pel. dent -will interfere at the last moment to prevent the bitter coal etriko In. ndlng, lxcauaa the two aide have beea unable to agree as to the iotaed of application of arbitration to ques tions of their difference Roosevelt Is fu-H informed us to every move. OmnniHHIIIHIHIMt- WU1 OpmUy Xte, t : Megattor Morocco April SO, ' KadJ Mahaamfrd Wtmfvni, an ; aged cobbler, wke wrttwred a we- ' sua will b emailed Twnday. ', ', Taia is the t Um ahk pW-1 f neat kaa Um lallfMt wiWa ; liyteff Menwry. Hiiiiiniiiiniiiiiimt i "! i" "MiBWir