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I ( : .v ' : wKATHEB: RAIN TONIGHT 4 JOURNAL FIWW JMMTHSN, 1 '" ISP SOSDAV. ... '..,. u, ' ""' M. ND HOTTION, 4 P. M. DAILY 0APITAL JfflJTW A I "TTvtt. L SALltM. ORSGON., SATURDAY, JANUARY lt-. UM)7. ' " . . . ,71 ' , '- """' "" " " '. .; -v, -,, . ., '.-'--. .-. . ,.,4 , " f JJ it ( ' mm. i ji f IN., .. V , . . -.. MANY WRECKS TODAY KINGSTON CONDITIONS BETTER LUMBER RATES ADVANCED -v Ki iW JMr-V, ARTHQUAKE fte. IN TEXAS MINING STRIKE ENDED WHOLE TRAIN SMASHED IN HEAVY FOG Ran Into Fast FreightTrain Dispatcher Made Frantic Efforts to Prevent the Wreck. MITCHELL REPORT ADOPTED ,i EIGHT HOUR VICTORY Federatlrn of Miners is Be - 'Gained By Strlcking Grass coming Favorable to Captial i '4 Fofler, Intl., Jan. 19. At least H wre killed and 40 Injurod' In a wreck of tho fast Big Four passen ger train No. 38, on the Chicago &. Cincinnati road. It collided with n fist freight hero early this morning. At least 25 of the injured will die'. i The trcckago caught Ore. Tke Quran City Special. TrtisXo. 38 left Chicago at 11:30 lut nitU and was due at Fowler, fjl, Ue'scenp of tho wreck, about 2:30:this morning. Tho train is known as tho Queen City special, and carries a sleeping car and day coach Irotn Chicago to Cincinnati, nnd a sleeping car from -Chicago to Cincinnati. A later telephono message from Lafnyetto says: "Soon after the wreck occurred tho wrcckago took firo from tho cn glno, and for this reason Bcveral bodies may not bo accounted for, if thoy aro Jn the burning wreckage.; The crews of both- engines are miss CHICAGO STOB IT PEOPLES BARGAIN HOUSE E1 MIGHTY BARGAINS OFEERED IN EVERY DEPARTMENT. A GENERAL CLEAN-UP SALE SEE THE LITTLE PRICES WE ASK Indianapolis, Ind., Jan. 19. President Mitchell is horo this morn ing. Ho said tho convention must adopt either his report or thnt of Vice-President Lewis. Thoy couldn't adopt both, ns thoy aro opposed to each other in their methods of, set tling differences. Lewis thlnl Mltcholl is too conservative. Ho says his method is favorable to capital ists. Tho committee-' report recom mends that Mitchell's report bo adopted. Valley Miners Nevada," Cal., Jan. 19. Tho Grasn valloy mines reopened today with n full crow of men. Evory initio is Working tho sumo ns boforo tho strike At n Into hour last night tho miners accepted tho proposition to go to work at tho old Qchcdulo toduy with the assuranco that an oight- Lhour day will bo granted. lng nnd their bodies aro supposed to bo under tho wreckage." All tho available physicians .have. uuuii 9HmHonw," owiwriB.'zo mueo west o -.Lafayette-, .; . F'rst Relief Train. . ,. A relief train wns on the scone of tho wreck within nn hour. A lator train arrived with Dr. John Ollvor, tho Dig Four surgeon, nnd other of ficials. At least six aro burned to death, after being pinned fast by the wreckage, Tho rescuers gavo tholr first attontlon tq the wounded. The first relief train was loaded with tho FREIGHT RATES RAISED A BETTER CONDITION PREVAILS 'i Death Losses Continue at Kingston Subterranean Shocks Caused Sinking . Harbor. Washington, Jan. 19. A dlspntch from Evans soya tho Whipple has ro tiirnotl from Guantnnnmo, and that tho comtnnndor reports ail tho Amcr leans safo, tho wharves intnet, tho shipping unharmed, DIuo Jackets aro guarding the consular posses sions. The Indiana has landed GO Americana, who Balled on'Clie Prim: Hclnrlch on tho 17th. f Taiff on Lumber For Valley to Bay Points To Go Up Eugene Register, Jan. 18th: II. E. Loimsbury, of tho Southern Pacific, arrived In Eugene from Port land Wednesday night, and during his stay in tho city Thursday in formed lumber donlers that tho rnto of $3.10 por ton on lumber to Hay IADIES COATS and SUITS TWs season's latest gar- "te. Priced away down. m.00 Suits, sale price...? 8.90 JJJ.0Q Suits, salo prico... $10.90 jjJ.0Q Suits, salo price... $12.50 ulJt SuIt8' 8a,fl Price. . $15.90 5.J0 Coats, sale price... $ 8.90 '!. aU'8a, Price... $10.90 W.0O Coato. sale prico... $12.50 Mrea' and Misses' Coats, Half Price. JIM Furs. About Half Price. ii II i'k PeUlcoata. Price $4.50 ;00 White Lawn Waists. Wee. cg ';50 White Lawn' WaV, Me '75c rLWh,te Uwn' Waists', wjqe ,em- 4c Jrds 3-lnch "ery. yard. DRESS GOODS bison's latest styles KeZZlZ'Wasyaziic, l.r Good. nri.. ,.j r Ull - riannMo n.ti - wancuea 0LBrGood8. Plce yd.. 98c awl "Sas All Reduced. gBttPOJS' GOODS l55J'5"'orto, Table Lie. 5&5JJ. Bed Jp p. 8 l-3c, 10c aad 12U EINE DRESS SILKS Prices away down. 85o Flno Taffeta Silk, yd. . . . .49c 4Cc India Silks, yd 2Se 85c Flno Pongco Silks, yd... 49c 75c Plnid Silks, yd 49o $1.50 yard-wide Taffeta Silk. 98c $1.35 Black Silk, Pcau do Soie.Soo Remnauts of Silk, Half Price. - LADIES' HOSIERY J AND UNDERWEAR A mighty strong line to select from. Prkes cut away down. Ladles' 39c Underwear, price. 25c Ladlos' 85e Underwear, price. 49c Ladies' 18c Bbck Stockings. .10c Ladies' 20c Black Stocklags.l2c. (Better One at Small Prices, Ckil4rn's 20c Underwear. . ...10c ChildroB's 25o Uaderwrar. . . ,15c Chlldrea's 35c Usjderwear. . . .26c Children's 18c Double Ribbed Hose lQe Splesdid Hum at, .... , 1236lSc and 25c MENS HOSIERY AND UNDERWEAR S5c Fl&ece Lla4 Usderwear, price 39c 75c FJcece JAtwl Underwear, prke..,. 45c $1.50 Heavy Wool Udrwer, prks ,.98e Men's 25c Wool Sox. rl..15e lSe Hevy Black Sox, priee. .19e BARGAINS ! BARGAINS ! Ia tke followls rtU: Le CvrtsOM. JllsbeM, Lace, PORTLAND ALL STARS VS. WILLAMOTE. iiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii TONIGHT 'Varsity Gym. 8 O'Clock London, Jan. 19. A dispatch f ronv KlftBtpRfc,My 7pp,,aro tbMril aH.djfonTyrfTtiws'jecovored.rcmltk ruins. Many arouuisslHg. OalveatopJun., 10,--TlioJitoamen Pnnanin ,lBlo,4TOortH w . cablo that selBmlo dlsturbiuiCtjfs'hccilrr.o.d .oft.1ie shore, nbout 25 miles from Jamaica. sinco Aianuay. it in uoiiovcd a sub terranean qunko lj rospqnBiblo for dooponfiiB tho water nt Kingston harbor. Tho city water Biipply Is re stored, but 20 dcatltB aro reported thlH inurnlnsr. Ten bodies woro ,ro covorod from tho bay,' belloved to bo persons who fell from veasols dur ing tho panic. Kingston Is Htlll In danger of Blnklni' into tho non. McnHiiroinonta tmlnv hIiow Hint, ttiii sea is dally encroaching, and ad-1 oni;thqunko wbb felt thlB morning. hero at 0:33 CAW00D HEARD FR0W GiMeople' to" Get" Hi- te!cs aadvNHlcct Stock I;.. E.CnwooiI, former dentist at Portland, .who in 1903-4 and ngaitt In 1905, hold religious meetings at North Salem and other places irt Ma rion county, hns got Into trouble. The Spoknno Chronicle of January 1 5th, has tho following! Ctiwoml Ilenril From, A revivalist prouoher named Ca wooil, who In his career has had Bomo lively experiences, ranglnir from tur and feuthors nt Ooldondalo vanced several feet yesterday, dront fissures at tho water edge run hack inland many foot cloop, and sovorni slides cccurred today, NotkMw, gfcomt, Core4, etc. s TArm omvmim mtmsL CEY0Y BROS. Injured nnd started for Indianapo lis a,t & a. m. Dinputcher TrJtnl (o Stop Train. Tho train on Jtho main lino of tho Big Four was going at 50 miles an hour. The dispatcher knew thnt, on account of tho dense, fog, tho en gineer could not sco tho signal di recting bim to stop, as tho westbound freight had tho right of way. Tho dispatcher wont out and waved hi A lantern and fired several shots from his'revolver, but failed to attract tho train men's attention. Both firemen wero killed, tho onglnoors escaping by jumping. Twenty of tho dead wero cremated. A firo followed im wediately. Only two- passengers wero saved from tho smoker. None wero injured in tho sleepers. No sleepers wero burned, as at first re ported, PetallM of Wreck. Indianapolis, Jan. 19, General Superintendent Doughterty says tho fpg caused- the wreck, He says eight were killed outright and 15 others burned to death. .Most of tho casualties were in tho combination car. Mrs. Schaff, wifo of tho road's vice-president, was on tho train. In her husband's private car, and is unhurt. Kaakakee, 111., Jan. ID. Soven points in California would bo can celed as soon as a now schedule could be made out and tho former rate of $5 por ton will bo restored. 1 .Many Wreck Reported, Kingston, Jan. 19. Tho, lAoatnor Prhiz Fredorick is ashore, nnd tugs' havo gono to her assistance. This Is the third vessel ashoro in this' vicin ity, two on account of tho quako. It It was also stated that prevailing ,B beI,ovod icra w "iro wrecks (Coatiait4 oa paie Ive.) Dr. J. P. COOK vtafwm to 4 jimmmr imam, wwwmm in hqoj vtmn al& ohm am9 vwm TAummm. von junr rates from this valley to all other California points would bo fixed at a minimum xato of $5 per ton. It will bo remombered thnt soveral years ago tho company raised its $3.10 rato to $5, and tho lumber In dustry camo near belns-put out o business, and such a storm of pro test went up from all tho lumber manufacturers In tho valloy that tho $3..10 rate was restored. Now tho railroad company has raised tho rato a&aln to $5, giving Portland tho same rato to California as tho valloy has. This means that lumbor delivered to Bay points will cost the manufacturer $3.17 por thousand feet more to deliver than it did boforo. Tho Booth-Kelly Company will bo hit hard by this rato, while tho Cot tage Grove mills and all others In tho country, including tho Eugene Lum ber Company, if thoy ship south, will bo Beriously handicapped by this move on tho part of the railroad com pany. ' , as tho bottom of tho ocean hns boon heaved up In Bomo placos, while it has been sunk In othors. Soundings will havo to bo tokon nnd now chart of tho seas constructed of tho seismic area. ' Quako fat Texan Amarlllo, Tex., Jan. 19. A slight j to complaints to tho police of various mios, has appeared In Snohomish, Cnwood camo horo bocuuso short no tice wai given him by a vlgllanco committee at Roosevelt to tonnlnato his services thoro nnd got qut, Bay a Snohomlah roport. A fow wcokn ago Cawood drpnpod out of sight In Evorett, only tq reap ponr at Roosovolt. Ilvo miles cast of horo. For throe weeks past ho Has boon holdlna sorvlcos at the Rad cllff homo, gathering around lilni Uovotces from surrounding farms. Ills followers became so enthusiastic and hysterical that tho ystayc-d ut tho mooting day nnd night, negloct ing tholr stock. Neighbors of those- lod astray by Cawood banded together and wont in a body to ono of tho meetings, but (Continued on Page K) wtmmmmmummm Ib-ougbt From Maker- Sheriff Ed. Rand, of Baker coun ty, came to Salem last night, having Jn charge Toay Hlaohart, who was Bentoaced from Baker county to one year la the peulteatiary for larcony from a dwelling. , ' of frBttr aa4 erp4t. BURjW A xamuvkut "IHtTIA IT'S QUITE A WHILE SINCE I TALKED TO YOU YOU, Mil. AND MRS. KRADKR, OWE IT TO YOUKSELVK, TO ;KK THAT YOUR TKETH ARK IN PROPER CONDITION. PUT TING IT OFF FROM TIMK TO TIME SIMPLY MKAXft ADDK KX PKNSK. WHY DON'T YOU DO IT NOW? I GUAHANTFiB TO GIVH YOU DOWN TO DATE SERVICE, WHICH 18 PAINLESS, AN THE PRICE IS LESS THAN THAT CHARGED BY PENTI8TH USINft TIIR METHODS IN VOGUE WHEN NOAH SAILED IN THE A. THE BEST GOLD CROWN COSTS YOU !., A GOOD KT OP TEETH COSTS YOU tfHB SAME AMOUNT, THEY ARK GUARAN TEED TO FIT. FILWNGS COST YOU FROM BOG UP, ACCORDING TO SIZE AND KIND. COME IN AND TALK IT OVER WITH H. Dr. B. E. Wright itvMutt X. w Camr of Cmmtr cW mi Cmrt ttrtati I giwIniKf Um.rn.UUM, now M MMa. U 1 1 1 nr 7"irini"iifflimiiiirnwiiiwriiiirni inmi',1 'wmmmmtmmumM MX CUJUi OX Bit. COOK.