LtfjlEIt: FAIR TONIGHT AND FRIDAY.
AILY CAPITAL JOURNAL.
SALEM, OREGON, Till BSD VY, M Y 2, 1P07.
undred Thousnd Troops On Guatemalan Border
EMANDS EXTRADITION OF LAMA
WILL NOT IMPEACH HIM.
Ton TliouMtml Adopt Open-Letter (
criticising tlio President.
Chicago, Mny 2. Lnbor 1ms de
cided to nbnndon the plan to tile ar
ticles of Impenchmont against ltooso
velt, tho legal commtttoo advising
tliom It. wnlllil lio "wnron ttinti tinn
less to attempt to proceed against . PRESIDENT DELIVERS THE ADDRESS
tho President at this time, when tho
senate was filled with his political
bolullonlsts at Home Make It Live- associates nnj dependants.- m- Many Veterans Took Part In Parade.
MANAGERS IRRITATE WORKMEN
ly for Caberara
Mexico, May 2. Over loo.oon
Wops aro mobilized near tho Guate
Mlan border. A serious addition to
he situation was caused by tho dls-
luto about the extradition of General
tma, who Is wanted In Mexico on
ha charge of conspiracy to bring
bout tho assassination of former
President llnrllln, of Guatcmnla. In.
bits arc dally reported of Mexican
itlicns In Guntanialn, and tho poo-
ke arc grcatl) Intlatnod.
I stead of adopting Impeachment rcso
lutlons, at their meetings ten thou
sand workmen Inst night adopted an
open lcttor criticising tho President
nnd pledging support to Moycr, Hay
wood and Pctttbone. Eight thousand
members wero given "undeslrnblo
itna Incident, revolutionists la
luatamala had plotted tho over
sow of Cabnrcrn.
Baroness' Trial Ended.
Now York, Mny 2. Tho DnronoBS
do Massy muy know lior fate tonight,
If tho nrgumontu aro comploted to
day. Hor attorney told tho Jury the
prosecution was based completely on
circumstantial evidence, and support
ed by blnsoJ wltnosses. Tho prose-
Uoforo the cutlon uphold u clrcutiiBtnntlul case.
It Is oxpoctod tho judge will churgo
the jury lato this afternoon.
January to H Sot Free.
Washington, Mny 2. Tho signing
of tho rocommeifdntlon for morcy for
Mexico, May 2 Tho News todny
rates that Mexico's preparation for
ar promises to Involve Cnbrora, of WlUInm January, tho Missouri Jean
uitamnln in serious dlfllculty nt Vnljoan, wnltB only tho return of
ome, and a revolution Is Bald to Secretary Bonnparte, who is expected
hreaten him. from Bnltimoro this evening.
PEdPLES BARGAIN HOUSE
THE CHICAGO STORE
LIKE A BIG CITY STORE
ALWAYS FULL OF BUSINESS. ISN'T IT A WONDER WHEN
VOL THINK OP LESS THAN THREE YEARS AGO BEING THE
BMALMST STORE IN SALEM. THAT IS WHAT HONEST METH
01 V BUSINESS CAN DO AND TREATING YOUR CUSTOMERS
Ctltl VT BARGAINS IN
Suits and Millinery
Como to our Btore now nnd sc
tho crowds of clerks, mllllnors
and drossmnkerB wo omploy, nil
as busy as boos attending to cus
tomers, trimming now lints, mak
ing now suits and filling mall or
ders. Our business is growing rod
idly, owing to the storling values
wo glvo and allowing no bouso to'
undersell us. Groat bargains of
fered this wook.
General's Son Present
Men Will MakcNo Further Conces
sions and Will Vote On Strike
Washington, Mny 2. With linn- Snn Francisco, Mny 2. Tho street
dreds of war scarred votoratiH, dlplo- car sltuntlon has n sorlous aspect thin
mntlc nnd military representatives morning. Tho nttltudo tho United
of foreign nations as guests of honor llnllroads adoptod at Wednesday's
tho government thla nftornoon tin- Joint conforonce aroused tho mon.
vollod tho mngnlllcent orjuestrlnu They sny they won't mnko any fur
Htatuto of Major-aonornl McClollan, thor concessions. A general mooting
the groat army organizer of tho Civil may ho callod for Saturday, and a
War, Hoosevolt delivered tho prln ' vote on tho strike tnkon.
clpal address nnd Goncrnlu Sickles !
and Howard contributed to tho orn- San Francisco, May 2. Tlioro lo
tory. Tho Prosldont was oscortod no mntcrlnl change In tho motnl
from tho White House by a aqund of t radon strike. Fifty por cunt of tho
cavalry. . Gonornl H. O. Dwlght, mon ao nt work today, tholr eight-
BIG STEAMER ASHORE.
Gci-nmit Lhior Strike Bottom, But
Loudon, May 2. A largo Gormnti
steamship is ashore on Goodwin
Hor Identity Ih unknown. She np
nniiN in tin nf Iiiiito tnnnnen. TiichI
and boats horo havo been sent to her .IT MAY TAKE TNVELVt MONTHS
assistance A heavy galo la raging.
London Mny 2Tho Gorman Gathering tho F.VldcnCO tldS COSt a
niuiiiner iiuuiiiiiiiii, wiiiuii wuiivi
ashoro on Goodwin 8anda, has boon
TO MARRY MILLIONAIRE SCRUB.
Quarter of a Million Dollars
llolso, May 2. Mon connoctcd
with tho case say It will tako nt
least a month to socuro a jury to try
Haywood, nnd that tho jury whon bo
oured will havo to spond from two to
Now York, Mny 2. Wlso maids 12 montliM nwny from homo. Thoio
nnd sngnclouB boll boya Biirroundtfd will bo no furthor postponement. It
Mnbclto Ollnwui to Wed the Dlftropn
proBldant of tho Army of tho Pnto
mnc, through whoso efforts tho fundx
wore raised, and an appropriation no
cured from cougrosB for tho erection
of tho statute conducted tho unveil
ing. Dr. George McClollnn, of Phil
adelphia, nephew of McClellnn pulled,
nsldc tho lings, and tho Fourth bat
tery of artillery llred u saluto, whllo
hour demnud having been granted
TRIAL attracts crowds.
Filling Up With Those
cMfil III Moyor Oino.
Ilolso, Idaho, May 2. Tho cjfy Is
rupldly tllllug up with strnngorn
Mabello Glltnau as an- Impenetrable
guard at tho apartment hotel Goth
am todny. Tho artrosB romnluod In
vuluornblo to tho nttneka of tho army
of rnportors and artists. Tho porsl
tent rumor that she had nlroady mar
rlod Corey In Paris In not doomed
worthy of donlal. Thoro la another
rumor that Corey hna neourod tho fa
mous Madison Saunro Garden apart
monta of tho Into Stanford White,
but this In also allowed to go by de
fault. Now York, May 2. Lato this nf
tornoon Mabello Gllmnn consented to
In admitted tho trial will bo a matter
of months, nt loaxt four. Tho evi
dence hns cost a quartor of a million.
GIDDY OLD GIRL.
Mix. Mluor Want Another Satuplu
of Mm-rlod Life,
New York ,May 2. Mm. Mnry
Adolnldo Mlzunr hati 111 ml milt for
dlvorco against Wilson Mlzner, tho
young C'nllforulnn whom nho mnrrlod
In rnmnutlo fashion soon nftor Iter
first husband hnd boon hurled. no-
nnswor llvo quoHtlouB, ono that tho 8,UH tho usual statutory grounds
tho bnnd played tho "Star Spangled coming to tho Moyor trial, nltliotiKh , wcI1Iiik day Is set for tho 13th; oltocl In tho'-nctlon, tho milt of Mrs.
Bnnnor." Tho unvolllng wan pre- tho oaso will not bo called until two, tho wedding ceremony will bo junior H unusual In that sho claims
ceded by a parade of tho troops. Mn- May Oth. Fifty deputy BhorlffB will porformnd by a clorgynmn, nnd not 10 wns tho victim of n conspiracy
Jor McClellnn, mnyor of Now York, bo nworn In, and It ia bollovod that ln Coroy'a npaitmonts nt the Shorry; to. got hor money? that hor husband
moro thnn that numhor of detectlvon '""'. that afterwards my homo will h0SQr oyo, i,or nU( mnrrlod hotj
will bo employed by both Hldon. Tho ho Now York, by my husbnnd'H mtiroy j KOt nor money; that ho III
otneo of tho nttornoy for tlio prosecu- IJ; 'our. thnt no ono will bo pros- trontod hor and did not bohnvo In
Hon will bo guardod day and night. t oxcopt momiMirB or tno immoiji- tM0 affectionate mnnnor of a hui-
tho goncrnl'n son, was presont,
TRAMP WORE A MASK.
Was Shot by Policeman Who Took Extra gunrda will bo constantly on '"to family; fifth, that wo wero never ,nn,, H0 that bIio wnn compollod to
Him for n HoIiImt.
.dutv nt tho lnlr. Tho iiiililln Ih tint iinnrNOd bOfOIO.
oxoltcd, but n dol'ir mined feeling ox
Chariot lots that tho prisoner must havo n
Stroator, III., May 2
Lophard, a Chicago nowsboy, nnd ono' trlnl, nnd that Justlco shall not bo!
of five riding tho "blind bnggago" of
a Santa Fo train, arriving horo this
morning, wns shot fatally by a po
liceman, who hnd boon advised they
wero robbors nnd woro Intending a
holdup. Tho men doclarod thoy wore
simply boating tholr way, but they
thwarted by any Bhow of vloloneo.
ST. LOUIS PRESSMEN STRIKE.
City's Big Noivhpapors
WILL SHOW MORE GHAJT.
I No real opposition to tho suit In ox
pooled , ns tho life led by MUnor Itt
Now York, according to tho lawyorn,
Elfty-Tlin'o Em-ape by ('limbing Ijid- nfforaed ample opportunity to got ov-
ELEVEN KILLED IN EXPLOSION.
dor In tho Air Shaft.
Chicago Grand Jury Prolw Police Do
J get our prices. Ro-
r e don't want to get rich
tirrv Kilo t .jiai !
Jro $3 1j up; Ladies- 8Ujt8 from
"- Ud.es trimmed hats from
Great Bargains in
Wo show tho biggest stock of
dross good, fine silks and wash
drss goods In Salem at prlcos
you cannot beat on tho Pacific
yard . .
Wash India 811k
"3 have a kindly liklm? for
lour ntrk Knr.v i.fn.. .,.. ...
' a hat or 'new Spring coat, 8 5000 JW Law--. Jj ; e
1000 yds Beat Standard Calico,
FIno Dress Goods, 25c 35c,
1000 yds 12 &c India LInon
yard ...8 l-3c
SALEM'S FASTEST GROlNO ST ORB.
CtWCLU, AJTD COBItT OTiUWWl. sUtBM, O.
St. Louis, May 2. A strlko nf
pressmen In all tho dally papora of
this city, oxcopt tho Times, which It
not a member of tho Newspaper Pub
lishers' Association, at noon, hns tied
up tho town. Tho pressmen prosont
od new demands Wednesday. Tholr
contract, which calls for arbitration,
was disregarded, and tho Intornntlon
a! officers throntan to rovoko tho
Train Wreck in Georgia.
Atlanta, Ga., May 2. Tho Dixie
Flyer, tha fnstoet train on tho Goor
gla Central, was wrockod at Oroharl
Hill. 40 mlios from Atlanta, this
morning. One man was killed and a
number Injured, soma fatally.
1'JmI on tlut Prisoners.
St. Petersburg, May 2. Refusion
to obey the guards, tho prisoners In
Vlborg woro today fired on by tho
soldlors. One was killed and many
wounded. Tho revolt was tho direct
result of tbo Douma's action In
abolishing drum-head court-martials
This omboldoned tho prlsbnord who
hung out red flags today.
Chicago, Mny 2. Graft In tho se
cret police department, an tho out
come of the city olortlon, Is expected
to bo hnrod whon tho 30 hoada of
tho department aro summoned before
tho grand jury today nppear. It In
stutod that half a dozen Indlatmeuta
havo boon ordored drafted.
Chnrloston, W. Vn., May 2. Thy
Intost from tho Whipple initio naya
nil tho 01 mlnem In the Hlmft whor.
tho oxnloHlnn occurred aro nccountod
for. Tho death list la U, and one w'"n mnrrlwl
othor may die. Fifty-three ohciiimmI ,ro,n California.
by climbing tho laddor In tho air
lilouro for divorce. It Is expected
that In a fow wooka tho ctso will bo
ended nnd tho decree Hlgnrd.
Thus wilt end tho romuueo that
stnrtlod Now York u little moro thnn
n year ago, whon tho mlildle-ngo-l
Mlzner and Mrs,
Charles T. Yerkes woro mnrrlod In
Pine Odlclal TIiiiInt.
Shu Francisco. Muy 2. Tho gov
ornpr will demand Railroad Commis
sioner Audruw Wilson's resignation
this ovunlng. Wilson confessed that nor nro sundered
whllo a iiKimbur of the Han FranaUcn
board of Niipervlsors ho accepted
lirlliMt from both tho railroad and
tulaphonu companies to right tho
Bank ProNldent Pulled.
London. May 2. Sir Georg
Gough Arbuthnot. hood of tho bank
ing houso of Arbuthnot & Co., had
been nrrostod at Madras, India. The
London hoimo of P. McFnyden &
Co. failed In October for a largo sum, ,
nnd MoFnydon suicided on hid ar- n " '
rost. Arbuthnofa arrest onnBod a l'luk Il ' I'd.
sonsatlon hero, but no dotalls ar HrnBit Iino, Portland's famoiw
known. Arbuthnofs Uonk In Indln I"K oonuno" iiurgmr. pienoou gun-
was rognrdod as safe a the bHk of yosUrduy afUrnoon, find llvo
Hncland I hours lator was In the penitentiary
this city, January 30, 190C. about ft
month nfter Mr. Yorltos' death.
Coincident with tho news of the
dlvorco Hiilt It was reported that the
widow of tho "traction king" Is to bo
married a third time as Boon as tho
bonds between her and Wilson Mlz
CROWNED MAY QUEEN.
MIm PIiooIk OImii Honored by FeJ,
I'lnetl Tii cut) Dollarx,
G. R. Rldgoway. who was arroeted
reoently upon a warrant sworn out
by Leo Stnnwood, chanced with prno-J
The coronation exorulsoti of tho
quern of May wero wlJnuMtul by u
Uutia throng of students and frlmdi
yetiterday on tho University campui.
Tho royal prooeslou started from
LftHMiune hall, and Quoea Phoebe
wiih proceeded by two trunipeter-i,
iU Archbishop of Cuuturbury and
Cmitiilii Hiidklln Aniiilltcd. I1"" "" "R aneenor. ino np-
San Antonio, May 2. Captain !" u " "" nwrmmcu oy
hero, beginning to serve out a sen
tence of 16 year.
tlclng optometry In this city without Haoklln, accused of laxity In com-
Inatlon boforo the Stnto Optometry
Board, appearod before Judge Mooro
last evening and plead guilty. Ho
was fined 20." This ! tho first cam
that has been trlod for violation of
Wheat Takes a Jump.
Chicago, May 2. Tho market Is
the on o- rampage, with a strong bullish
bakers strlko U In sight, as they .excitement on accou&t or tno report
have Toted to return to work. An of crop damage which prevailed on
attempt to photograph the American, tbo board of trudo. Tho advance
Law, who was Injured by tho mob, throw tho pit Into a stato of oxclto
fiii. Th man's head B beaten taenl bordering on riot, July wheat
u llconso, or having taken an axam-.iandliig tho negro troops at Browns- i""8Wr y 'l' nppronohos."
i.....i i.,.... .i. o.... rt......,.,o!l.in ,.. nt.,1 i.iu ..fnr,.,m,. .Tho iUQ8ii was acooiupaiilod by six
malda of honor.
Bakerb Striko Ended.
Paris. May 2. Tho end of
almost beyond recognition.
HocjI mm Amt-ricMM,
London, May S. Oxford college
conferred the honorary degre
soared to 85 'i, having
thr-o cents in two days.
CM ratio Ifsrhefn
Cblcayq, May 1-Wht SIViff
$1. wtu Wi 41, oto i1
vllle, was acquitted thiH aftornoou.
Tuft IfaiHln Out Taffy.
Tho coronation exerclsos wero prot
ty and Impressive. Aftur tho crown
Washington, May 2. So oncournu I of r()B0H WM la(10), lipon tho qiJWn
Iiil wnrn thn rrifiortrt Taft broilL'ht , .... . . .... ......
" " " - iiiu nriwn irnin .mo dins aim ail
back from Ohio, that Taft wen aro UrCHa0), hop Blll,jafllll W,,nK them
beginning to stato that Forakor will I a tho n,m )imtor ,m,M)n098 anA
retire. Burton Is tho chlof shouter.
Clinngii of Wiiuo Denied,
San Francisco, May 2. Ruef this
morning demanded a chatigo of veu
uo, which "was donlcd, and the exam
ination of talesman was resumed.
Stevens HUirlH oh Halloon Trip,
St. Louis, May 2. Haw ley Htov-
ens, In hU balloon, started at 11:40
Thctra was hut little "wind and the
balloon drifted In & northerly dlrao
Mrs. Mernlo A. Hugg rondored a
boautlful solo, "Mny Morning," in
her usual attractive manner. Tho
program was closed by tho May polo
drill, given by twenty young Indies,
Dr. J. F. COOK
XIIH BOTANICAL IXK7TOK,
MOVKI) TO tH I4KKHTY WtWOSft
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