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P. M. AND 1:00 P. M. ILYOAPITALJOUIINAL. XVL SALEM, OREGON, SATURDAY, JULY 28, 1000. NO. 180. WONDER ROCKY IS SICK JUST ROCKY GETTING MORE SO STEAMER QUICKSTEP ASHORE SKULLS HAD BEEN SMASHED ENGLAND KILLED BY FRENCH SAVED HIS LIFE iethods of Theft and Bri- v Being Exposed Daily "While He Comes' V... 00 TlHAMn... ll fcagOi July -0' rjuneuuuuB Ly David, of Hancock county, arrived today to give attorneys lie benefit of evidence gained state investigation of the Jrd. It is sam a numuer or. ses were called, but did not at the recent Investigation in Ind, and tell how the method bight rebates. McClement I a lawyer recently appointed Ipector, says he has found out andard billed cars as contnln- 100 gallons when really they ied 5000. Ho says a repre- ve of the company made him r which he refused "not to Ito things not specified as Iclal duties." Convict Made His Best Fight and Put Off His Execution pening Lauds In Montana. it Falls, Mont., July 2S. The la of the United States land to throw open to public entry 2,350,000 acres of land in Rcounty, which had been wlth- from public entry on Novem- 1903, went into effect today. nd Is now open to entry under fcmestead or desert acts and. Applications hate already been It the local land office. I o . lator Tillman Campaigning. berlty, S. C, July 28. A opening air meeting is held to ut Young's Grove, near this (which will bo addresses this pon by United States Senator in, There will nlso be a bar- and other entertainments fea- Birmingham, Ala., July 2S. It was learned today that Thursday night, when Sheriff O'Rear, of Cull man county, accompanied by several deputies entered the jail here to se curo John Williams, the aged, con demned murderer of State Senator It. L. Hopp,, who was to have been hanged at Cullman yesterday, Wil liams seized a section of iron pipe, which he had torn lose from the sew er connections in his cell, and threat ened to kill the first man who tried to enter his cell. Finally a quantity of ammonia was secured and dashed on the prisoner through the bars. The fumes over came him, and the ofllcers were able to handcuff him. However, this re sistance caused such a delay that the ofllcers missed the train on which they expected to take Williams to Cullom. This gave the condemned man's son an opportunity to secure a writ of habeas corpus from Crimin al Judge Weaver, who issued a writ at midnight, and ordered a hearing for today to inquire into Williams' sanity. Toledo, O., July 28. Coincident with Rockefeller's return a break of three cents In the price of Eastern oil and two cents in Western was posted by the Standard today. Meeting Among Russia's .Sailors. Sevastopol Russia, July 28. More mutinies are reported in the Black Sea fleet, but the ofllcers are still in control. The warships are all, how ever, declared out of commission, and their crews scattered 'among the military posts. Nome, Alaska, July 2S. Tho riv er steamer Quickstep, which left here for Kuskokwlm, is ashore on Newson Island, with her boiler and hull leaking. Her passengers are camped with the natives. She is lightering her cargo, and relief will be sent. Jack Rogers Takes Condon Bonds. Condon, Or., July 2S. Tho city water bonds of $17,000 voted some time ago have been taken by J. P. Rogers of Salem. Mr. Rogers paid Ml Refreshments Good Music Governor Folk at Monona Assembly. Madison, Wis., July 28. Govern or Joseph W. Folk, of Missouri, ar rived here this morning and this af ternoon will deliver an.nddress be fore the Monona Lake Chautauqua assembly. It is expected that he will remain here for several days and will deliver two or three more ad dresses before he leoves. J1ICAG0 STORE PEOPLES BARGAIN HOUSE i HE CROWDS THAT AILY VISITS BTORJJ IS THE CONVINOINa PROOF THAT THE CHICAGO IS THE STORE THAT DOES THE BIGGEST BUSINESS IN L vnrv aTTMTT.Tk'Kri rant nrrrt aocfDS ABE ALWAYS AND FRESH AND OUR PBIOES THE IiOWEST. WE BACK UP ATVPT.'V."i'njiMLrpvrmo Mrrrprr flTTI nrMTOH AWD PRICES AND &a OLEK&S ALWAYS BEADY TO WAIT ON YOU. BEAD ON: Launches run all day Sunday to "The Maples" Willamette Park Round Trip, 1 5c Concert in the evening by Maples Orchestra Delightful Grounds Safe Boats MIMHHtltIMllMUHUMMCIMMIINIIHIPHHM Postmasters to Organize. Milwaukee, Wis., July 28. The postmasters of fourth class in this state met here today in convention for the purpose of organizing a state organization for their mutunl bene fit. The attendance Is quite large and nearly every township in the state is represented. a premium of $1,232.00 for tho bonds, "which indicates that tho credit of this city is gilt-edge. S. A. Kean of Chicago was also a bidder. The money will be available in a few days and work will commence at once on the new addition to the present system. There is nn abun dance of water for present use, as Strong Evidence Against Hembree in Murder Trial at Tillamook (Special dispatch to Capital Journal) Tillamook, July 2S. Evidence In tho case of A. J. Hembree, on trla for the murder of his wife and daugh ter looks bad for tho defense. So far the defense has not been able to break down tho testimony of state witnesses, and in tho cross ex aminations testimony against Hem bree wns made stronger by tho un shaken statements of thoso on the stand. Tames Atkinson, who lived nenr Hembree n(t San Lake when the crime occurred, testified today that ho had viewed the skeletons In tho debris of the ruined house soon after tho fire. Ho asked Hembreo later why ho had not attempted to extinguish tho flames. Hembree replied that he had used nil the water on the place in an effort to save tho house. Two tubs of water, none of which had been used, Atkinson said, were found near the ruins. Witness testified that he had asked the defendant if ho thought the bones of his wife and daughter woro those found in the, ruins. Hembree re plied: "Undoubtedly they are. D funny, isn't it?" Witness told tho defondnnt nt the time that he must know something THE ANGELUS Is the place to dine. Meals 1 0c and up. Regular Dinner 25cts. Ice Cream and Pineapple Sherbet tore Plaid dress coods, tho latest twin -o.l . SOft !,.k and whitn silked checked ("P, new, prico yard 9c rBonair dross goods, 4Dc 'i Dattflmo nn aolt Wia black taffota silk, yd 08c ' "ilia silk, yd 25c IEfo of yards of fine new Bilks nt nnln tm'm ; 8d crtored dress goods, sale :i yd 18c 25c, 35c, 40c, 75c. or yards of chaiues, ' ana dimities, 4e. 5c, 6Vic, 8 l-3c and 10c. Of droffft ttftnA int nrlr.fl. rs callooos, yd 4c v waist patterns 400 lfc7Meh laees, yd 12c im, " wcesi yd 25o - uices, yu 400 '-sea laces from 2c yd up. nbbons, yd lc, 2c, 3c, 5e, 31 all colnra ttIaa . fin " hosiery, price... j....98o ,w 15c black stockings, 10c . Soc black stockings, 15c f fMy collar e, lQe, I5e and 25c SALEM'8 CtttEATBST EY0Y BROS. 45o chiffon, Bpetial, yd 25o Ladies' white embroidered belts 15c Ladles' 95c white- underskirts, 65c Ladies' muslin gowns from 49o up. AH our muslin and whito goods special sale prices. Embroideries, yd ....lo, 3c, 5c, 8 l-3c, 10c and 15c. LadieB' hose supporters 10, 25o 25c 8c whito pearl buttons, doz....3o Best doming cotton, ball lc Best Saus silk, ball. 2c Best spool silk, spool 4c Special eunbonnets, price 10c Wrappers, all prices from 49c up Men's black and white work shirts l5a Men's summer underwear -5 Children's overalls 25a Children and misses ready made dresses, bargains. 25c 35c, 49c up. Ladies' $2.00 long gloves.... $1.-5 $1.50 white lingerie shirtwaists 75c Ladies' shooa, special, pair.... $1.35 Children's shoes from 25c up. Men's best overalls 49fl You should visit our Cloak, Suit-, Millinery and Shirt Waist Depart men.t Wo are showing great valuoj QROWIKO STQBB. Corner of Commer- ch aid Court Streets Hudson Itiver Itcgnttu. New York. July 28. Tho annunl regatta of the Hudson River Rowing association will bo held this after noon off Riverside drive. The list of events includes junior single gig, junior four oared barge, senior four oared barge, senior doublo gig, sen ior single gig, Junior doublo gig, junior four oared gig. The number of entries is very largo and there will be six contestants in the Junior four oared barge race. Among the crewB entered for tho various con tests are Valencln, Atlantic, Wood cliffs, Blooraingdale, Hudsons, Ac tives, Staten Island Rowing club and others. Fred Fortmeyer will be tho referee and John O. Ragan the starter. Territorial Lumberdealers Meet. Shawnes, Okla., July 28. The annual convention of the Retail Lumberdealers' association of Okla homa and Indian Territory opened here today with a largo attendance. Nearly five hundred lumber dealer were present when the convention was called to order. The local deal ers have arranged an elaborate pro gram for tho entertainment of the visitors. An Easy Wreck. Flagstaff, Ariz., July 28. A local Santa Fe train, westbound, and an eastbound freight collided, head-on, at Aeiraz. four miles west of here last night. Engineer Zagandolar was t Instantly killed, and Fireman Neglar Injured. the new city reservoir is continual ly full and holds COO, 000 gallons This amount of water is secured from the new city well that was finished some time ngo. This well Is a genuine surprise to all, as it seems to be a big spring 7S feet in the ground, and the big pump running night and day does not lower tho water at all. o Stars for Atlantic Chautauqua. Atlantic la., July 28. Tho At lantic Chautauqua assembly opened its session here today with an un usually fine program of speakers, lecturers and other attractions. It will continue until August 4 nnd among the stars who will be hero are Wm. Sunday, tho formor baseball player and present revivalist, Booker T. Washington, tho negro educator. Benucarap, tho humorist, Do Witt Miller and many others. iiiium i mil 1 1 1 ii 1 1 ii i End of Their String. Portland, Or., July 28. ; ; k , Federal Judge Hunt today hen- J tuiu'cu Martin V. Hoge to four months' linpriHounieiit in the ', , , Multnomah county Jail, and to ; n Hue of 9500. Harry T. Mil- ler mid I'Vaiik K. ICineiirt, both of whom tui-iu'd .states' ovl- ',', deuce, got a jwir enrh nt hard labor in McNeill's island pris- on, Washington. All were found guilty of conspiracy to .suborn perjury in the laud fraud cases. Xickeil'wns also convicted, hut was given until I August (ith to Hie notice of up . peal. The court Ntatcd that it was easy on Hoge on account ' of Ills poor health. Hoge lie- gau to serve IiIh sentence at . once. Miller and Klurart, both will he in prison Sunday. "' The court declared tho two bonds for the amount of $10(10 ', ', of Homco McKiuley, a fugitive J J from Justice, now in Shanghai. China, under conviction of . laud frauds, forfeited. Kiigcnc ) ) Hlnzlcr and C.'nmt, of Portland, 1 1 jne bondsmen. , i m 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 i 1 1 1 1 m 1 1 1 Naval Officer Shot Down by Accident, While on Duty Chcfoo, China, July 27. Llouton nut Clnrenco England, of the United Stntcs cruisor Chattanooga, who wns wounded this morning by a bullet from tho French cruiser Dupltot, died this evening. Tho French sqund sou wns engaged in small nrma practlco as tho Chnttanoogn wns passing en route outside, for target practice. England was on tho bridge Sovernl bullets struck tho Chnttanoogn's Bides, when sho sig nalled tho French vessel to Btop fir ing. Before tho signal was under stood, England was Btruck in tho back by n ricochet bullet. England was a natlvo of Arkansas. o WAS NOT HIS OWN BROTHER Poughkeepslo, N. Y., July 28. Fritz Constnntinn, who hns ben hold on suspicion of being his 'brother Frnnk, who is wanted in Chicago, for tho murder of Mrs. Gontry, was roleased this morning, tho Inmates of the Gontry homo declaring ho was not tho former boarder. The .Standard (Jets a Rest. (Four O'clock Edition.) Chicago, July 28. After a confer ence of attorneys the Investigation into mo manunru ior ino present i at a rent. ABslBtant Attorney-Ooner-al Pagln lntlmateB tho govornmont olllclals aro rather discouraged at tho lnetllclency of tho laws. Ho says nono of tho particles of tho corpora tions aro regarded as criminal here, while In other countries they aro do nned an felonies. o Floods in China. (Four O'clock Edition.) San Francisco, July 28. Tho transport Logan arrived this morn ing with Vlce-CoiiBUl Hull, of Han kow, China, aboard. At the timo tho Hulls departed from China roports had been received of Hoods in tho YnngHtokinng, nnd Yollow rlvors, with groat loss of life. Soveral thou sand natives were drowned. Killed Some or Them. Warsaw, Russia, July 28. At noon ten revolutionists attacked tho train, killed' Count' Zuccato, commander of the brigade of frontier guards, nnd General Westenring, chief of the customs guards. Demlnonko, chief cashier of customs, was wounded. Tho five revolutionists escaped with 16,000 roubles. t.lll T jx ln.au Cn lit AJCli Ww..O U...J. j St. Petersburg, July 28. Tho gov-j ernment has ordered the police to, allow the Jews to" remain ;n tho city, despite the statute making it illlegal for Jews to reside here. THE SPA ICE COLD DRINKS Pure fcolt flavors is what yotf are looking for. Water Ice a specialty. I"V7. T. Stoli, F. G. Myers. 382 BTATK 8TBKBT. Opens With New Thriller. New York, July 28. Tho Third avenue threatre, under tho manage ment of Martin J. Dixon will open Its season this evening with a now thrilling melodrama entitled "Tho King of Diamonds." Tho play waB written by Flnley Fauley, a young New York newspaper writer, and is described an up-to-dato drama of high life in New York, with no snow Bcenes or dens of vice. Tho "big scene" is a race between an express and a local train in the Bubway. Rocky Is in Ifock. (Four O'clock Edition.) New York, July 28. The steam er Amerlka arrived today, bringing Rockefeller. Ho remained in seclu sion, and is held at quarantine. " o Chicago Markets. Chicago, July 28. Wheat, 76 7C, corn 50, oats 32 32. about tho bones nnd how they enmo to he there. Hembree replied that he did not. When asked If ho had not henrd the women scream, Hembree said that he had not heard a word. The evidence glvon by Atkinson wns substantiated by that of his son, C. F. Atkinson. James Eldridgc, n strong witness for tho state, said that he had viewed what seemed to him to bo two skele tons in tho ruins, and said ono of thorn hnd apparently been boheaded After reciting a conversation thnt took plnco with Hembree he told of finding an artificial tooth In the stove whero the skull bones of ono of tho women had been found. The tooth was identified by Dentist Sharp as ono of a .plate he had made for Mrs. Hembree. Celebrates 100th Birthday. Now Haven, Conn., July 28. Mrs. Sylvia, Langdon Dunham 1b celebrat ing her 106th birthday quietly in her home at Southington with her fam ily and friends. She is a member of tho Daughters of tho American Rev olution and several members of the society called on her and offered their congratulations. Mrs. Dunham is tho widow of Chauncoy Dunham. During tho last four years her senses of hearing haa gradually failed and her eyesight has grown weaker, but In other respects hor health Is still good, Shook Thcru a Little. 'Colon, Panama, July 28. A alight earthquake, but no damage, was re ported last night. Stops Canteen. (Four O'clock Edition.) Indianapolis, Ind., July 28. Gon. Carter forbids any canteen at tho camp of troops concentrated herokfor manuouvres, and forbids 'both offi cers and men to take liquor Into tho camp. Paid Itig Price. (Four O'clock Edition.) Guthrlo, Oklahoma, July 28. Or villa Frnntz, brother of tho gover nor, this morning whipped a news paper man for articles attacking tho governor, and waB fined $10, k 1 Killed Home of Them. (Four O'clock Edition.) St. Petersburg, Russia, July 28. Near Chornlpov peasants attacked n dragoon, who waB trying to arrest agitators. Twelve soldiers wore hurt and five farmers killed, Win Second Time. (Four O'clock Edition.) Sydnoy, N. S. W July 28. Geo. Towns today defeated Jatnes Stan burg, winning back tho world's cham pionship as a sculler, Cloudburst lit Italy. (Four O'clock Edition.) Rome, Itnly July 28. A cloud burst devastated tho Camarlno ro glqn today, and ton woro drownod. Dr. J. F. CookMeT to 340 Liberty street, where he will meet all old and new patients. For any disease, caM on Dr. Cook. Consulta tion free. I I is t ?