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' TWO EDITIONS DAILY AT 2:30" P. M. AND 4:00 P. M. LER THIS ATTERNOON, FAIB TONIOHT; ? f AIB WABMBS. Uf LT C A PITAL JOURNAL "VJli T'eiiu m9l SALEM, OBEGONJ TUESDAY, MAY 1, 1906. NO. 105. TLAW SMITH KILLlL) 0. 4 1 S Oh st ttpi with 115 tttj f imItc cupc i s uilta $& 'flift iff: ji! as. tea 1 I K IMAMITE THROWN IN MTBlg ,S LOCATE JL2J 'TV M Powder Runs Him From His Hiding Place, nd a Bullet His rv.....Jp.ii?kl rtn n. hrnvilv lim- rV "TT9HHB r.L ,. bored rioeBtween the Southern Pa- .e "cifio tiackfl andthe "Willamette liver, ' half a mllcjsouth of New Era, Frank ?", Smith, tbedsperadot was shot nnd ydUed at 11:10 o'clock this morning flIby HarryGraber, a humane society of SK,co3r, of;i8poine. Tho bandit was ,,!?,p flushed WkiScEja log in the densest por- tion tho ticket. The dogs wero in e iensh .by' Graber, when they ran upon y3' the log behind which tho bandit was !fi1 crouched. The hounds stood hesitating t"as" ly for a second, baying loudly and sniff UI l! inir the air. Graber chanced to 'look yJ"4bcrbw"a4?flaw the bandit. "Aro you SakHMiiJhe asked, covering him with .ft' I CHICAGO STORE PEOPLES BARGAIN HOUSE Dio You Appreciate The Real Buying Power Of Your Money? . .... , t rvrrmrn Vrovrm T.YflT . ,, , mVU BEAD OVEE CAXEFUIUjX 4ij GIVES YOU Tliii cuutUi Aiiviinj.Aj . .,, iLE DRY GOODS AS IN NEW YORK CITY OR CHICAGO. OUR ( ARE BUSY AWAY BACK EAST- SENDING US SNAPS TOR .READ ON: 'Vssjiti wE& 53E Gray Panrnna Suitings; thfe'ta a fine wool dress goods ggilooks like $1 cloth, yd. .. .35c 43Jleavy V?1 SUk X4 10c on Taffeta. Drew Silk in new ehudes, yd. ...... 49c Finished Velveteens, In sew ehadinga, yd ...,39c l&iTyim of the most beautiful Tfrtjfm that ever wero ehowa is iilea at about half what you Wm to rav elsewhere. rX, 5 SUk TaffeU Ribbon, yd.. 3c 40 Pascy Fentas Neck Rib- i, 18a quality, yd aw raillc Malino VeiUng, yd. . . .lie Chiffon, yd 25e Cover Embroldiwy, yd 2Ce Black Darxing Cotton, :ie Spool Cettes, epool .2 u Silk.'bAll l?5e l 20c hose supporters, pr 10c 'a Percale as4 Calico ,dy n&ade drawee, price . ...25e .- TVaoVVa TfetU 1S Blk Stockiafe, j.r,..,l liMwlflMS oBUHW j-aBig m wmmm SaK fz WK i 1W ViUU'g MtXAXMV BOWHM STOtOL icEYOY BROS. THE MURDERER AT EIRST RUN Through His Head Brings Career to an End hU revolver. "I am," replied tho des perado, as ho reached for his revolver. "Then throw up your hands," eaid Graber, as ho preacsd his weapon close to tho bandit's head. Ho fired almost instantly, tho bullet entering the ban dit's temple. Smith lived for half an hour, though unconscious. Tho ban dit's body was taken from the brush to tho Tailroad tracks, and removed to New Era. 'As soon ns a conveyance could bo procured it was removed here. Hundreds of people lined' tho route. Tho killing of the desperado was the climax of a sensational chase, which lasted from early this morning. He was surrounded in the thicket wliero he met tux xuiiATw We ara agjonta for tn Jlacfc Cat and Boater Browa Tlosiery, tie bet In the world. ladies' Swiss Ribbed Summer Underwear, price 9c, 12, 18c ar !5e Ladies' $16.50 Sand Gray Panama Cloth Suits, M&A-tailored and handsomely trimmed; price $9.90 Ladles' New Pony Jackets; sale price $M5 Better Jackets and Long Coats all at small price. lbe Chicago Store doee the busi ness in 2&llinry. We are agents for the Stadard Pat terns, tio best ob eartK Lsdies' beBtifol ow white Shirt Wat is lawn llea and ilk, short and long sleeves. Prices 49c, 75c, 96e and $1.25. We rre a grata for tie Warner's Ruit Proof Corsets; try one; you will sever wear asy other; price, ie, 75e, 66c, $1.25, $1.49 50c Girdle-Coreets, sale price.. 39e 50c Gol4 BeHs, sew arrivals... 25c Silk Huts, elbow lesgtb, 'price 5e Soiled Laee CuTtalae ,.. .Half Price CfMr f Cor dal aid Ctirt Stmts his death by 100 or moro men. Threo dozen sticks of dynamlto were set on firo nnd hurlod into tho brush, in Iho hopo of driving tho fugitivo from his hiding place, and volley after volioy or riflo shots wero sent Into tho brush, nnd tho crowd called upon him to como out and surrender. Ho steadfastly refused. Once ho emcrgod from tho edgo of tho thicket, but instantly returned to his last hiding place. Ho wns found un wounded. New Era, Or., April 1. Desperado Smith is dead. Deputy Sheriff Dye, of Clackamas county, telephoned, In re sponse to a Journal inquiry, thnt Smith went to Canby this morning and bought threo cents worth of cookies. Ho was dresM?d tho same ns when ho commit ted bis terrible crimes, and wns at onco recognized, but got away into tho brush, hiding in a gully, nnd but n nhnrt rilntnnco from tho railroad track, la quarter of a milo south of Now Era. Canby peoplo notified Woodburn offi cials, nnd soon no less than CO men wero surrounding him. Dynamite, with lighted fuses, was thrown into tho brush, but it did not seem to frighten him, but it probably saved tho life of Judgo Kynn, of Ore gon City, who went into tho brush af ter him. Tho dynamite had stunnel Smith so he was unable to use his gun, Tho man who came down from Spo kane with the bloodhounds, went In nf ter the explosion, and, finding him, shot him at sight. He died half an hour afterwards, or at about 11:20 a. m. Ho was evidently worn out with the long chase. Sheriff Culver and his posse, who so persistently followed the criminul, were not in at tho death. The body was taken to Oregon City. Smith, outlaw and murderer, is doai With the cunning of insanity ho dodged his pursuer, and, for awhile went out as a candle in the wind. He was, and he was not. But behind him woro men not so revengeful, but moved by tin1 stern decrees of justice. Thoy never tlredv nor did they avoid any risk in following the murderer of a loved cit izen, neighbor and friend. There has been no lack of perseverance in puriu lag tho murderer. From the time tic news was received hero of tho murder of Henderson and Shaver, Sheriff Cul ver has personally directed tho cbase after the ontlaw. There has been no sleeping on the trail, and no stopping to calculato expense, In fact, Sheriff Culver, wrben the county court offered $750 reward for Smith, added from his private funds $250 more, making toe reward $1000. Marlon county can nstlv feel Droud of tho way It has been represented. Smith is dead, and the I mourners are few. The coroner will take care of him, because he has to be buried. The world is better off for bl We bare taken the agency for the U-ALL-NO ft diutr mints. Fresh iBJpmcmt tft received. THE SPA , OAXDY TACTOKY . . MX 8t mreet. THE BUSH BRINGS HIM being out of it, nnd tho mlsfortuno nnd plly of It is that ho could not hnye been killed before- he had the opportu nity to kill threo good Oregon citi zens. Could Not Bo Takon Alive Tt wns " impossible to tnko Smith alive, ns ho had slaughtered threo men, and would shoot to kill on sight. If ho had been taken nhvo ho would hnvo been mobbed nnd killed almost on sight, nnd no power of tho ofllcors could have savodi him, so Infuriated wero tho -masses of peoplo in. every part of Clncknmas and Marion counties, tho homes of Sheriff Shaver and Captain Heuderson. misery" LIKES COMPANY San F.anclsco, May 1. Exports are busy today in nn attempt 'to opon the vaults in the county clerk's ofllec, which contain vnluablo papers. Al though tho vaults aro badly warped, it Is believed tho papers aro intact. Clerk Mulcrccdfc- has taken in $430 In mnr rlago licences sinco tho day of tho earthquake. The now San FrancUco salvage con struction compnny, capitalized at $1, 000.000. apiocintcd with contractors and the construction company, filed ar ticles of incorporation today. A num-l ber of Los Angeles capltalUts have filed articles of incorporation of tho San Francisco Building and Wrecking Com pany. Emergency jinymcnts to bank deposi tors hnvo been arranged by tho clear ing house nndi began this morning Notes guaranteed by bankN wero cashed by tho clearing house bank In tho mint Certified checks will be nccepted for duties on perisbnblu goods In bond, and for taxes. The Western Notional bank opened today for tho purposo of paying city employes. W. T. Crocker, of the Crocker-Wool-worth bank, has returned from the East, whcrv ho mw many leading flnnn ciers. He reports unlimited faith Ir tho futuro of San Francisco, and lr backed by unlimited credit. Eastern banks offer to purchase all San Fran cisco securities for dale, and furnish all tho needed cash for California promo tion. Tho committee is receiving many letters from Eastern people, asking do tails of the situation, and of tho op portunltics to locate here. All cxpreir belief Ir. the great chances of buslnciJ success preented. A report from Stockton says tho befl of tho Mokelumne river, In tho vicinity of Woodbrudge, has fallen 12 feet slnci the earthquake, ami that Tracy lake in San Joaquin county, Is drying up Tho falling of the water in botipcnses is a benefit to the farmers. . Southern School Superintendent Meet. Lexington. Ky May 1. Delegates front all parts of tho south are In at tendance at the annual meeting of the stato school cuperlntendents' associa tion of the southern states, which op eied here today Prof. 8. A. Mynderi superintendent of publlo Instruction for Tenneme, who is also tho presl dent of the association of stato super intendents, preside at the roeotlng. The meeting promises to bo very In teresting, as many matters of great Importance will come up for consldera tion. Tho association will, among oth er things, formulate plans for securing and compiling uniform statistics on ed icational matters In tho south. Plans will also be considered for the contin uation of the educational campaign, which is now being successfully ad vanced throuchout" the south, an'l which has met with suh a signal suc cess In TenceMe opeclally, i .o -. To Repair as Roballd, Washington, May 1. Senator Jllnt introduced bills In the senate providing for the repair and restoration of public bulldlojr in California. The pwt oe $550,000, for the mint $50,W. The p- Dralsers' warehouse $10,000, Mb-treas- ury $25,C00, Oaklanil postoiiee $15,000 and Ban Joce pottefle fW,9W. GREAT STRIKE IN FRANCE Paris. Mnv 1. Numerous skirmishes between laboring men and tho police occurred early this morning. Six nun ilrod strikers fired on 20 bicycle police- in a row nt tho Obcrknmpf. Tho -police-' scattered, tho rioters. Thero Is nlmost continuous rioting In tho Belleville market. Most of tho trouble Is being caused by tho printers. ' Thoro hnvo been over 100 arrests. Eigthy thousand joined) tho strike this morning, and tlio pollco report that 3(5 arreds wero ma do today up to noon. Tho French Strike 1'url", May 1. A squndron of cnlrns siers and nn ambulanco corps nre occu pying a part of tho Pnlneo do Lo Tolle, and cavalry aro patrolling In tho vicin ity of tho ministry and tho quay d'Or say. Tho pollco aro on guard at tha American embassy. A hundred dis turbers wero tnken in the placo Do la Itepubllque. Tho prisoners wero taken I immediately beforo magistrates and tried nnd committed to jail. fortT THOUSAND STRIKE Chicago, May 1. It Is etlmated that 40.000 workmen connected with the frolght and transport service on tho lnkes aro on strike today. May Cause Another Stiike. Chicago, May 1. Montgomery, Ward & Co.. tho firm which prcelpltntcd tho teamsters' strike, aro facing another. They refused the demand of tho team sters that they bo permitted to wear union buttons. Tho drivers aro quit ting, pollco aro guarding tho building and the firm Is advertising for non union men. The Pennsylvania Strike. Mount Carmel, Pa., May 1,-Tho city is free from rioting this morning, .and troops aro awaiting orders. Tho shorlff traveled' hurriedly through four coun ties In tho district, and has returno.', Ho said ho wouldn't attack tho strik ers. Moro constabulary are expccte.l today. 1 No Petroleum Motors In Hyde Park London, May I. Tho order prohibit lnir netroleum motors in Hydo park went into effect today and the absence of these vehicles In the afternoon, when usually thousands of vehicles of all kinds drove through Hydo park was noticed with considerable relief. Tho principal objection in petroleum! motors Is that they emit demo smoke and leave a highly offensive odor bo blud In their wake, which lingers for some time and pollutes tho purity of the air eagerly tought by the people. Want Stricter Sunday Laws. Columbus, O,, May l.-Tbe conven tion of Protestant clergymen and lay men, called for the porposo of devlslnjr means for a stricter enforcement of the Sunday laws In this state, opened hero today. The attendance Is quite large and nearly all the large and manv smaller cities of Ohio ere rep resented by delegates. The object of the convention is to form a permanent organization which will start a general movement for a stricter enrorcewent of the Sunday laws. The wovesnent is especially directed Against Sunday baseball games, plants, etc. Ottae 3bkrtc ChJcago, ifay 1--Wheat 72W78s;, corn 4aiVA, oU 8ft32. e . i AMtbw WlMtr. Athens. Ore. May l.-EIroy, of I New York, wos te s4.sdlg Mk Jump. HEDGED BY RED TAPE the Government Gives but San Francisco Would Starve Waiting for the money Washington, May L Taft wired 1'helan, chnlrman of tho finnnco com- i.iit.-eo at 'Frisco this morning, say ing' "Therit'H left available- of tho gf.vqrnment appropriation not over $700,000, which may bo expended only for rations, quartermasters' and mod leal supplies nnd transportation of troops. It can only bo expended through' lawful agents of tho war department, bonded officers of subsistence, quarter masters fend medical bureaus under my direction. This method 1b provided by cangrp, nnd T havo no authority to turn tho funds over tq you, or to allow them to bo oxpended for any purpose except thOBO specified in Jaw." GREAT FIRE IN MOROCCO Tangier, Morocco, May 1. A great lire In Feat has practically dostroyoit tl.o Attnlrin quarter, and tho damage I enormous, looters and soldiers cu gnged In bnttlo and) many woro wound ed. After tho ongagoment tho soldiers looted tho burned dMrict. AND NOW THERE IS LIGHT San Frunclsco, May 1. For tho first 1 1 mo since tho earthquake tho street wero lluhtodr last night, and 800 ere lights illuminated' practically all sec tions of tho unburned district. Today the work of restoring the electric lights In tho houses was. begun. Besumptlon of the gas service will follow quickly iu tho residence section. Trolley can lire now permitted to run until 10 o'clock. Boon the unburned sections will bo enjoying all tho public utllltlei tuggcfted beforo the fire, While there arc sufficient food supplies In sight to last tlreo weeks, tho authorities fear when this supply is gone thero will be great suffering, fluncral Orceloy is earnestly seeking to regulato the wan ton wasto which characterized tho dis tribution of tho first 12 days. A census Ir being taken of tho seven relief dis tricts, in ordier to ascertain the exact number of people roqulrlng relief, In order that tho needy nlono way be iup ulied. Mayor Schmltz, alarmed at the prospect of a scarcity of food, asks the wo'd to go forth that contribution! from all sources are greatly desired The Western Union this morning occu pied a complete new oSSce In West Oak land, which has been constructed since the fire, all the materials having beta sent from the East. It was an uapar- slldeck feat of restoratlpn of telegraph, service. This ofileo will handle all Sa Francisco telegraph business tot months to come. Big jlafeer Parade. Tendon. Mar 3. There was a great labor demonstration In Hyde Park to day. There were dtot&eBetratloBS in all European capitals, but generally taey wero quiet. e Owgsm mm TttrsV AthcB,.rce, May ,1. H. W, Ker. rig in, of Pwtl, Orefe. who repre sen'vd Amrica in the raaaiig high Jump, (e4y tied fw tht W& pl With Greek Jit V