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OCCASIONAL BAIN TONIGHT AND SATURDAY.
i AIL Y CAPITAL SALEM, OREGON, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 1007. i-ni. NO. 2211 : HE WOMAN AND THE MAYOR fehop Says God Wills That Orientals Come Here J OUHNAJL SHOP OOBURN'S VISION SWARM HERE Nshtp Thinks It Is God's imiAierlcaSliouldDcOver. 1 ft Bodes of Hindus, Chinese (Orientals ing a largo gathering of 1 ind their wives. In par- th members of tho Columbia hnsth of the Woman's Home foclety of tho Methodiat church yesterday aftor- BkhOD James M. Thoburn, file most famous missionaries forlJ today, dcclnrcd tliut 1 kIU bo swarming with , Cilnesc, .Tapaneso and Co- rtlln a few years. He made Slctlon after careful dellbor- , It uld, and added that lio I m uu as inuiciuing a woriu- wment of nations of tro- 1 niraltudo. Ho has no i rf trouble, behoving it to bo 1 of God, he said. tinned oa pago four.) CHARGED WITH MURDER. Guy Cnizan Arrested ns Accessory In Killing of Nunn, Eugoue, Or., Sept. 27. Guy Cni zan whb nrrcstcd hero yesterday charged with murder in tho first do greo in boing accessory to thojkill ing of Bert Nunn at Marcola last Sat urday. Young Cruzan. started tho troublo with Nunn which led Charles Crowley, who was klllod by Nunn, to attack tho latter, who died from pistol wounds inflicted by Crowley two or three days later. Cruzan was with Crowley at tho tlrrio of tho shooting, and hold a revolver in his hand. After hie arrest ho was tak on boforo a Justice of tho peaco, ar raigned and held pending timo cf setting examination. Ho is now In tho county Jail without bonds. Cru zan is aged 20 years, and a son of Mrs. Alice Cruzan, who was fined in a local justice court on tho day of tho shooting for violating tho local option law. "Wets find Drys In Rattle. Bowling Greenr Ky., Sopt.,27. Ono of tho most heated campaigns in tho history of Bowling Green closes today, prolimjnary to tomor row's Democratic primaries, in which 12 councilmon will bo nominated. Tho "dry" forces havo 12 men running together us local option candidates, and ovangoltistic services have played a prominent part in thlr campaign Tho wet forces havo also been active and hnvo befnt ovory onorgy to defeat- tho "dry" ticket. It is generally believed that the lat ter will bo successful in tho primar ies, owing to tho sentiment that the "drys" should bo permitted to test tho inforconfent of tho new local option moasuro which becomes of fcctlvo noxt May. PUT UP A JOB ON MAYOR WOMANJN THE GASE s Of fair Female Asks Portland's Mayor For 0 Letter of Recommendation. But Things Havo Happened to Pre vent Harry Writing It WMrsm A J PEOPLES BARGAIN HbUSE OUR WONDERFUL GROWTH 'f&ljr tho confidence thenconlo hnvn In nnr mnrrbnnrilKd "iivlow prices. Every day this la shown moro clearly by tho v" "M our storo and got our prices. They say: "Well, wo tol through other stores and wo find thero is no placo In Ihtwecan do so well as at tho CHICAGO STORE. Thoy bnvd ItUt-DeOCle tQ Wnlt (in IIB Wr nnt ttnttnn i.llntlnn ,1m otnnlr Mto select from Is wonderful and tho goods nro tholatost pro- Tw we best manufacturers." This is what tho pcop.lo say; uifford to sell goods at low prices on account of tho torrtbla 1 uej jo. Portland, Or., Sept. 27. A sensa tional attempt to Involvo Mayor Har ry Lane in n. diBroputablo complica tion with a woman was frustrated lato ycBtorda yafternoon by tho for tunato presence jof Janitor Hamilton,' of tho building whore tho executive ofllco of tho mayor is located. A wo man, who said her namo was Mrs. Bolle Waymlor, of Joplln, Mo., camo fo his ofllco nt 5:30 p. in. and asked for a lottor of rocommonJatlon. Tho mayor was alomi with tho woman,' and whon sho saw this sho advanced upon him, took hold of his clothing and commenced to tear It opon, tho mayor cried out, "damn you, lot mo alone." At this Juncttiro tho woman's two mnlo frlonds, who wore loltoring In tho hallway, forced an ontrnnco, followed by tho Janitor. When thoy saw tho Janitor all ercapod. Tho mayor maintains It was a nlot' to blnckon his characUr, lay him opon to black mail and to political attack. The police "have'bcen-.worklnq; on the enso, but havo failed to find either tho woman or tho mon. find me Mope- and all conditions fn vornblo for, their coup. ".Mrs. Way meter Is about 25 or2C years old, I should Judge. She dresses In ordinary Btyle, and Is largo and strong. I havo turned nil tho facts in the case over to tho po lice, wild will thoroughly Investi gate tho matter. WasvNot Blackmnll. "Tho purnoso of tho nlnt. nirnlnet mo was evidently to blacken my character. I can think of no other motive, as It -was not worked out In Biich a way as to suggest blackmail." Ono Man Arrested. Portland.1! SCDt. 27 Ono nrresh has boon mido In tho Lane assault caBO. L. hi Mandeley. who wnB one the men who It Is alloeed wna nn accompllco of the Waymolro woman Jn her attack upon Mayor Lane last night, was arrested this noon by Portland poltco. Ho denies all con nection with th-i Waymolro woman, ano. aays mat no know nothing of tho plot until the uproar in Lane's ofllco called his nttontlon to tho Btrugglo. "I had Just left tho dentist's ofllco on tho samo floor of tho Hamilton buHd" Ing, lie said, and wbb looking for ft handkorchlef which I had dropped, whon tho flEht commenced. I know nothing moro about it. Mandoloy is the proprietor of a storo at No. 3 Ninth otrcet. Tho police as yot Havo no cluo to tho wpman. ZION IS IN TROUBLE ANOTHER RUSSIAN JAP WAR BOTH PREPARING Jim Ham Lewis, Once of Seattle 'Talks Through Ills Whiskers Which He Evidently, Mistakes For the Red Or Iflamme of War Chicago, Sept, 27. Wilbur Glonn Vollva, who successfully grasped tho reins of government of ZIon City from tho hands of John Alexander Dowlo, a,nd expected to reign in his stead after, tho death of Dowio, last Now York, Sept. 27. Colonel Jamoa Hamilton Lewis, of Chicago, who has arrived In Now York on tin) Whlto Star Lino stoamshln Malestlc. declares Russia la preparing for nn- otnor wnr with Japan, Mr LowIb would not ndmit that ho had been abroad Jn a fedornl ca pacity, yot did not dony that lid will mnko roports to Washington of a moro or Icbs startling nature Mr. Lewis, according to his own state ments, hns boon Investigating tho withdrawal of concessions by Russia to Americans, and In this connec tion ho found, ho Enid, that Russia was proparlng for another conflict with Japan. "If tho project of building n rail road across Bohrlng Sea should prove feasible" said Mr. Lewis, "Ja, pan would object to Its being built, on exactly tho namo grounds that. France would object to tho tunnoling of tho English channel. A railroad across Bohrlng Straits would glvo Russia a great advantngo In riso of war with Japan, raaklnc ranld com. jnunicatlon possible right" into tile W ON SALE Dress Goods Dress Silks lery Kid Gloves tyand wear s Clothine rtf f lnLU -ullllg J Shoes S Flannels LADIES' COATS LADIES' SUITS AND PINE PURS , Blank ets 5 wrmt -. jinA JMPVJSiMiyii r f M I I !l I -;li iJL A I 'i i'TwimIVAA n i'n VllunmX 1 'lu lLVXiuW NOW ON SALE The Best Bargain in Salem mars FASTser GRowma otork. WcEVOY BROS. A3S) OOtJKX BTRHBIf. eJLLHf, OR. Tho mayor tolls of tho mnttor na follows, and his statements nro borne out by othors In tho building: "I promised to wrlto her a lottor and hnd my stonogrnphor do so. Sho caned several times and on each oc casion othors wore in my ofllco, and I had no reason to suspect her. "Lnst night about 0 o'clock sho called again and I recelvod hor In my ofllco. My stenographer loft about tho tlmo tho woman arrived, and wo remnlned thoro nlono. Tho woman asked for tho lottor, but I had decided to have somo chango mado in It, an I hnd not brought It with mo Sho hnd told ho sho was waiting for inonoy from her mother In Joplln. Mo to take hor East, and I decided to keep tho letter until thlB money arrived. "I told hor I intended to havo tho lettor rowritten. nn T iifii. tnr t imri been out of lato attending mootlngs lor tnroo nights. I thon asked hor to go and como for tho lottor anoth er tlmo. Woman Would Not Go. "I got up and started toward tho door, but sho camo up closo to mo and Baid 1 was trylnu to cot rid of nor. i told her that I did not wi3h "to appear rude, but Bhe would have to excuso mo. I said sho had bettor not como for tho lottor beforo Mon day, as I had council and oxecuttvo board meetings tomorrow, and did not go to my ofllco on Saturday. "Llko a flash sho grabbed hold of mo and began tearing open my cloth ing. Almost at tho samo Instant sho screamed, and in reapoiiBO tho glasd door leading Into tho hull wns brpk on by the woman's two confederates With thorn wore Janitor Best, and several others whoso names I do not know. "Whon tho worrvw grabbed mo, I tried to fro emysolf. but sheh clung to mo llko a tiger. Sho la a powerful woman, and I had only Biicccedod In loosening ono of her hands when tho door was broken in. With tho other sho still grasped mo. " 'Damn you, let looso of me. Damn you, let looso of mo,' I was re peating as I tried to freo myself. "Tho Brute," Sho Screamed "When tho woman saw that her accomplices were not alone, Bhe Im mediately dashed out of the room and disappeared. " 'The brute, tho brute. He tried to force me,' she shouted as she ran down the stairs. With her went the two confederates, and all three in 4ho confusion woro allowed to es cape. "I know nothing of theso men, ex cept that they had been seen of lato loitering around tho floor wbero my oco is. Janitor Best and tho ele vator boy tell mo that they have re; peatedly seen them there. It Is ovl dent that they waited around In or der to be wltnoiaoa to a fictitious as sault. Her several calls wero ap parently n'eewry o that ske might nlghl anhvraced to 1000 of his fol lowers, in that city torn by many fac- hcppf ot aiboria tlonB that bo had. given up tho fight "England's ndvnntngo, In caser8h6 thoro. J had a tunnel under tho channol, Is At thp Bnme time ho nnnouncod 1 on exnctlv tho snme Insls ns Rus- that ho had JoBt the options upon the , da s or America's ndvnntngo would land In Now Mexico, whoro ho ex pected to found a now colony, but would buy property adjacent to Zton City and found tho colony thoro. Tho speech of Vollva was his swan song, so far qb ZIon City Is con cerned. Ho Bald that ho had ro colvcd formal notlco from John G. Haley, tho rocolvcr of ZIon City, to vncnte the premises which ho has used ns offices and tho publication plant of his official papor within 30 days. Ho said that ho would get out, and would not pny anothor, dol lar to tho rocolvors. Vollva wns bit tor toward jMr. Haley, and brandod his treatment as persecution. No explanation of how ho lost tho option on tho lands In Now Mcxlca was vouchsafed by Vollva. It was generally understood thnt ho had failed to rocolvo tho financial back ing ho had expected. CRUISERS ARRIVE AT FRISCO San Francisco, Sept. 27. Tho cruisers Maryland, West Virginia, Colorado and Pennsylvania, under command of Rear-Admlrnl Dayton, arrived this morning from tho Asiat ic station. They will bo tho nucloui of the coming Pacific squadron. . 0 DRAWS CLOSER . TO. BORAH Boise, Idaho, Sept. 27. Dummy entrymen wero called as witnesses In the Borah trial this morning. William P. Coleman and R. J. Har baugh were tho chief witnesses, and told how John I. Kincald furnished them with descriptions of the land to file on, and paid tbem $400 for each claim. George S. Lang, of Tacoma, was the dummy trusteo for this land Government attorneys state that witnesses in tho BorAh caso have been approached by the defendant's friends, trying to get them to. swear falsely in court. The attorseya claim that they have witnesses who will xo as tho on the stand aa4 till all this after- acted In behalf of BOOB. L'nnhl bo with a railroad from Alnslrn in Siberia." Mr. Lewis talked with many Rus sian ofllcinlB, and ho declared that thoro woro unmistakable ovtdonces that Russia Is proparlng for nnoth er conflict with lior only enemy, Ja pan. Russia Is training hor army a" sho novor trained It beforo. Thono preparations nro muklng, Mr. LowIb said, bocauso Russia foolB that she la boing hold up to tho contempt of tho world for hor failure In the last war with Jnpan. Hu own peoplo chnrgo corruption nnd Incompetency on tno part or Russian ofllclals In tho management of tho ln?t war. Almost of equal Importance to Russia. Mr. Lowls Bays. Is hor crin danger from IntornnI strife Nover beforo Blnco tho Crimean war hnv so many workmen of tho cities and farmers from tho rural districts Joined tho nrmy. Mr. Lowls sjQld that ovory sign points to tho ronomlnatlon of Mr. Roosevelt, and that this Is gonerally nccopieu ns mo logical program In Biiropo. Ho Bald that this country will not bo foolod by ojthor Mr. Tnft, Mr. Fairbanks or Mr. Cannon. Mr. Roosevelt, he said, was tho strongest man horo, and that his observance of tho Domocratlc doctrines had en deared him to Domocrats as well as Ropubllcnus. From Mr. Lowls' statement It Is Inferred that he hns been quietly or dered to Investigate Europe general ly ana Russia ospeclnlly, and It i gonorally understood that ho wll niako a roport to Washington at onco. ' 0 . Thaw Troll In Difeiiihcr, New York. Sont. 27. December hns now doflnltoly boon docldod on as the month In wliloh tho second trlnl of Harry K. Thaw, charged with tho murder of Stanford White, will bo called. Martin W. Ltttloton, Thnw's load ing counsel, who succeeded Dolphin M. Dolmn in that capacity, has been Insistent in his efforts to huve tho district attorney placo the caso on the calendar havo been Ineffectual. Most of the sensational features of tho first trial will bo eliminated by Llttloton. Tho dofonso will bo based entirely on tho plea of tem porary insanity, and thero will bo no nppeal to tho "unwritten Inw." Thaw's long Btay In the Tombs has rendered htm moro tractablo to tho suggestions of bis attorneys and has led him to forgo his Intention of planning his own defense. His one doslro now Is to escape from tho prison cell In which ho has been a prisoner for so many weary months, and to do so ho Is willing to glvo up his deslro to pose before tho Jury noroio avenging angei wno many wrongda SUES N0HTJ1HUX PACIFIC. Will Test Washington Lnw on Rccln ileal Demurrage. i Olympln, Sopt. 27. Attornoy Gonoral J. D. Atkinson will bogln proceedings In tho suporlor court of Thurston county today to onforco tho ponaltlos against tho Northorn Pa cific, uhdortho terms of tho recipro cal demurrage act, passed at, tho last Bcsolon .of tho legislature. Tho ac tion Is .brought on account of the rdfusal of tho Northern Pacific to furnish cars ordorod by Somorvllle Bros., of Napavino, for lumber shlp monts to Walla Walla and Chicago. The penalty for violation of tho law Is $250 por car donIM or not furnished. o- BVAKB SUED AGAIN. tthls Tlmo Stilt. Is Brought by Ono of Ills cx-WlvesI Lob Angolos, Qopt. 2 T. James Whyto Evans, formor presldonti of tho United . Railways, of .Portland. whoso suit against Dr. J. 8. Qw.ona, viiuiKiug mm wun exioriion, ana which will bo hoard horo today, has boon made dofomlant In a suit filed In tho superior court horo by hla former wlfo. Gortrudo Evans, to re cover $57,000, which ahhe claims la hold Illegally, and was obtained by moniiB of fnlso representations In ro gard to his vonturo In building tho Pan-Amorlcan railroad In Mexico. GREAT SCHOOL women when he dew White. McMlnnvlllo, Or., Sopt. 27. The second annual school fair and cattle show hna filled this city With crowds dho past three dayH, Ajmovel fa- inro or life show Is that, barring tho tent porformnnces, R Is absolute-., ly free. Tho fair Is an good as the. avora'go county fair hack East, and nearly as good as somb of tho state, fairs of tho past. Tho flno stock pnrado Wednesday tncludod many of tho Ynmhlll coun ty prlzo-wlnnors at tho stato fair, whoro this county shown forth witli groat splondor. Tho school chlldron'H oxhthlt fHf a largo building, and thq grand prlre donated by tho Ellors piano hoimo' of Portland will ho given to dlthor tho Dayton, North Yamhill or Wohfoot school, thoso throo districts having each about tho Bhmo sized display, with very Httlq dlfforenco In quality. Webfoot won tho piari last yor A small district with onlv 04 nomila- tlon has a chanco to look In, nnd may bo tho dnrk horso. Tho exhibits consist of fruits, vog otablos, grains, flowers and grnssoi of nil kinds grown by tho children. Thoro nro also grand displays of noodlowork, woodwork and oven plans for Improved Bchool houaoa, designed by tho chlldron. Yostordny afternoon thoro was a milking con. test, In which onch boy who ontorod proudly led IiIb own boHsy onto the grounds and procoeded to milk hor boforo tho admiring throngs or farm era and dalrymon. A proinlnont dnlrymnn, peter Rlls, of McMlnn vlllo, gave two ensh prizes of $5 each to tho boys who milked with grentost. speed and utmost cleanli ness. Mr. Rlls Is a Belgian, and finds great diillculiy In securing holp to milk cow.s, and takes this ingou lous mothod of Inciting boys to learn tho art. About 40 entered tho con-tost. Thorp woro about 100 entries of flno cattle and as mnny of flno horaos Heavy drafts predominated, n brooding them is ono qf tho Indus tries of Yamhill county. There was a sprinkling of tho old Morgan, Blackhawk, G?rmnn Coach and Dnroo Prince roadstors. ' Wodnowdny wns Graugo dny and Judgo Galloway presided. Tho ora tors wore: Captain Appcrson, of Oregon City; Senator Fulton, of A torla, and Colonol Hofor, of tho Val ley Dovelopmont League. Tho latter crownod Miss Ethel A. Llnvlllo, of North Yamhill, an quuon of tho fair and tho hnn'deomoet school teacher at tho ralr. Miss Llnvlllo Is n native of Yamhill county nnd teaches th? Moors Valley school, hovoii miles from hor homo, riding to and from hor school dally, rain or shlno, and Is a splendid type of an Oregon girl. She Is an actlvo mombcr of tho Moors Valley grange. Dr. J. F. COOK TJJS BOTANICAL DOOTOK, MOYM TO lf LTBBRTY STRIH FOR ANY DIKKAiK CALL ON DK. COOK. WOWtXTLTATJOW FfiWK. : 'rti 1