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'id . . ' ! tm ml l0ttraal ' w MMX I Mil I I jCSk salkm, oregon, Monday ' m i mrkr 25, moT. NO. S70. VJIt, JLIIIII iKliilwJSrf mr -w- m ' w -v 'r wmrmjr -vummianssim.imm imnj r . m. 5A In! Inllnllnllntlni HSa8CM"W(qCTIf llni " H ,. ' , gW" JHPjJ XVII. .'. ncial Situation Rapidly Righting Itself RECTOR URNS TO E MADMAN MEN KILLED 1QIKS MAKE fKL ROOMS blows TO HOUNDS DEALING lumber- id Press Lcn8ou wiro.j Colo,, Nov. 25. Tho imuck of a madman hub In this city resulted In tho (two men and tho Borlous ;thrco others. apnnront causo, R. Rod- t forest reserve Inspector, room of C. B. Anderson, ion, wno was asieop in iiw itol, nnd (lcllboratoly Btnb- death. So quick wub tho tio murderer that ho did irotiBo Anderson, who was Inntly killed. had satisfied hhuse.lt that vas mortally wounded, rushed to tho rooms threo other guests, stabbing them, ns llioy wore also In bod. Two of tho wounded are not expoctod to re cover. One of the wounded managed to creep to tho office, where he gave tho alarm. "Word was Immediately Bent to City Marshal Baumgastcr, who rushed to tho hotel, where he wus confronted by Rodrlques, armed with his bloody knlfo. RodrtqucB nn Bwored. the marshal's demand for surrender by ruBhlng at him with his knlfo uplifted, but tho officer was too quick for him, and, drawing his rovolvor, ho shot Rodrlquea dead. o FATAL BATTLE WITH GANG OP TRAMPS. '(United ProBB Leased Wlro.) Ashland, Or., Nov. 25. Albert Engvall, a tramp beating his wny south la company with about 40 oth er tramps, was shot and Instantly killed last night by Chief of Police G. A. Simmons. Simmons sho". eov oral times in tho air to frighten tho gang and then accidentally lowered his gun and shot again. Tho wild bullott hit Engvnll In tho Btomach, and ho died shortly. Tho dopot offi cials had appealed to tho pollco to rid thorn of tho gang, which wns torrorlzlng tho railroad men. Tho city has boon Infested with tramps for tho Inst few weeks and strlngoU monjurcs had to bo taken to keep them suppressed. Engvall Is sup posed to llvo nt Hopoland, Nob. THIRTEEN DIE IN NEW YORK FIRE UttirtCMMl 'VtCXXjT. s -zr.wr (u.y AlKfl. CINCINNATI VISITED CROWDED TENEMENT SCENE OF MUCH LOSS OF LIFESEVEN BURNED UP IN DRY GOODS STORE. USMIT1I OF ABERDEEN IS DEAD. eel Press Lonsod wlro.) een. Wash., Nov. 25. Mlko jSjsinlth who, up to a few montlWago, was one of the, tender loin k,tgB of Grays Harbor, died at nn enw$ hour this morning nftor n ; lingering illness. jEL o . VERDICT OF MURDER IN THE SECOND DEGREE 'ciutrlcij,MntHtil, Who Killed Nnrosn. kt nt North Yaklnin, Found Guilty. BARGAIN DAY SUBSCRIPTION of TO THIS PAPER EXPIRES NOV. 00 IICAGO STORE 'EOPLES BARGAIN HOUSE lem's Greatest y Goods Seller CHICAGO STORE OFFERS nhandHo at prices that will aurplse tho closest buyers. as, c 1 1 it , ladies' coats. Indies' suits, cnuurens coais, u I'b uM b-s' clothing, hoslory, undorwear and hundreds of Mc (United Press Lcasod Wire.) Now York, Nov. 25. Thirteen por sona, mostly women and children, waro burned to a crisp and seven in J u red this morning In a flro in flve-Btory tonomont Iioubo. (United Press Loa&cd Wlro.) North Yakima, Wash., Nov. 25. After being out slnco 5 o'clock Sat urday night, ,tho Jury trying Charles a MatBUl for the murdor of Frank Na- roBkl, In this city September 1, to Tho bodlos were found in a room turned a verdict nt 0 o'clook yestor- on tho top floor, huddlod In nn Indo- un' morning of uuirdo- In tho sec Bcrlbablo honp, and burned bo badly oml lsroo. Matcul nttomptod to they wcro unrecognizable. They BOt "I n P'oa of alcohollo trance as died In tho nttempt to roach tho flro a defenso, claiming thattiL ho com oscapo. Tho Hremon found ho hnlla n,Ktc JB niurdop ho did not know packed, and tho pnnlc-Btrickeji ton-,of H. the long session of tho Jury nntH lighting each other In their on- wft enfroly duo to tho attitude, qf denvors to roach tho llro oscnpo first. I01"5 Jrr. who hold out for ..man Tho flro started In a Bnloon on tho louRlt No other Juror would first lloor and Hhot up tho air shaft, comiont o thU. trnpplng tho people on the top floor. , Wn" uaa rvod n term In tho Tho building wns ablazo whon tho IwnltiHiX ir ubsuuU with intent firemen arrived. :,a K,M A' ll iiflignes in King coitntyUfc V -'. 1005. . - r- i cf b!c and 75c plain cy I' c ? Goods, ma Pa", v.-d 090 b -, rtandard r fyarI wv icf : k and light colr- f -"ir.c-ls a d'n -. worth r ri . 3C i Kj " "innel n a x isr k- - o javu . .v i uw ol r?rU of nrattv r n silks now r i -s 26q, 39q, 7 i-i-r yard, 11 '" -- goods now IIU , i u :- hbiI wnlsi w II LF PBIOK. Tan- . -. .... UJ ats and Suits K AKa Jinn ilon'i. T- LU.r prleoa. : ... .$3.95 "cnnclnnntl, D., Nov. '25-Sovon lives wore lost and fully 500,000 worth of property destroyed In a flro In tho wlndhomt dry goods store horo today Throo of tho bodUs have boon rocovorod, and It Is bi llovod tho remaining flvo wor com pletely Inolnorntod. It wns noarly noon, and tho store, ns n conncquonce, wns almost amply of customora whon tho lira wag dis covered. With inorodlblo rapidity HmM r-"" " ' Tr. 7" MWb aiHLL COMING WORST !&-' OVER SAYS JOHN D. ROOSEVELT IS 0. K. STANDARD OIL MAGNATE SAYS EFFECTS WILL BE FELT SOSIE TIME, HOWEVER OREGON BANK HOLIDAYS CONTINUE. , (United Proas Leased Wlro.) Now York, Nov. 25. John D. Rockefeller, In discussing tho finan cial situation today. Bald that tho worst Is over. "Thoro 1b no uso really of the word 'worBt,' but wo will feel tho effects of tho monoy scaro for somo time. Tho panic wns tho rosult of many causes, which, combined cutno to a head nt one time. I hn.vo no criticism to innko of President RoobovoH. Ho was actuated' byit1ii host motives." 'J lea i , f a3, $2.95 $7.58 fl J 'I ftw if I ' M ;, Ik,9 J 1 ; A ihlL ii inVv UfllnN. I iMw I am I u '.A Hi mW I . . ' ii AW ':A 7 :rbi: - vvok U sr7 - " " - 1W7 . ni:90.Tz... $9.50 Tho Now Yorw Miill said: "MarU ChIiIH'h new nlny. "Murrvlnir Mnry." tho ilamos sproad to all partB of tho ,8 nPr mirthful and molodlous building. Tho employe made a mn'J pIo(Itt capitally suited to hor manl rush for snfoty, and all got out of foW chlirum a,, talnU." ThU Is tho building snvo olght, who waro tn 8,ar an. Mlny y, ,,rok the roc. far romovod from the oxlU, nnd on, Bt Daly.gj Now York ,nt hm, whoso oacnpo was qulokly out off. BOn tn . w, b 8wn at the Grand. Thoy woro onught llko rnts In a trp Dceinb-r 5. nnd hurnod to death, tholr bodlos b-i Ing carried to the basomont whon I tho floors collar!. Throo of the bodlos foil in an x.poiod p.oo an woro rocovored by th flromen, but tho othors woro pinned down by burn Ing beams. Throo girls wor Injurod by Jump ing from windows. Julia Hagardorf Jumped from th third floor and re colvod Injurlw from which she is not oxpooted to recover. Two oth ors Jumped from second floor win dows and woro seriously injurod. Tho flre Is supposed to nave been of Incondlary origin, and was prob ably started by tho "Black Hand. ' CI Now York, Nov. 25. Tho banku began tho roloa.slng of cash loans to day. Tho total will roach millions at tho doling hour. Tho ability to do this is attributed to the treasury certificates which bOKnn to hronk up & if-aJoUttiito.IaUi'i', by tho issuo or notes ajniiisiJen: Washington, Nov. 25. Senator iqttrodge, of South Dakota ,dl eutslng the flnnnolal question today, snld: "If tho Hnt Pays Uio Woet what It owes thoro will bo no trouble. Tho East has our crops and. livestock, and will not fure. mb a cent. What wo ronlly ntod'la a nioro olastlo cur rency. . : BOY FINDS BODY OF A MURDERED MAN BRIDGE ACROSS THE - . i CLACKAALS WASHED OUT. (United Press Leased Wire.) Portland, Nov. 25. Tho brldgo crossing tho Glnckamas rlvor belong ing to tho Portland Ocnernl Electric pompnny washed out' early this mntnlng. No ono wns injured, but traffic hotweon Orogon City and Port land, over tho electric company's lines, will bo hel.d up for somo time. LITTLE ONES ' SWEPT FROM f SHIP'S DECK Sad Fate of Throo Olrln En Route to Kan Francisco on the Stcnmor President. (United rross Lonsod Wlro.) 8an Francisco, "Nov. 25, Unseen by pnsBongors or crow, throo llttlo girls at play on the dock of tho stenmcr Prcsldont woro swept to tholr death' in ho oceon dyrlng n henvy sea oft Orays Harbor on Fri day afternoon, whllo their parentu woro bolow in tholr cnblns, In broad daylight, a scoro of men within call on tho deck, tho children wore carried over tho. loo rail hy"a boarding sea. Yet no ono saw thorn- go; no ono hoard tholr cries, and It was not until two hours later that tholr parents wOro told of 'tho cruel fnto which hnd befallon tholr llttlo ones, Rita and Ada S?hotto. 12 and A years, ri? poet I vol y, werfv .r' lhJ -M.r-ffon. 'iJuMsvRr' with tholr pnronts, tho rathor havr ing resided with them at Victoria. KIosbIo BAirkhmn, aged 13 years, was coining from Seattle- with hi, mother, Mrs. John BurJt'ninn. r Tho children woro playing on tne dock, when the full force of a wnfO" higher than tho othors, struck the' stoamor on tho starboard Bldo. At that Instant no ono thought of tho olilldron, nnd whon tho ntonmor rlghtod Itsolf and forged onwnrd,, among all thoso on board thero'wna but ono mnn to wIiomo mind cnino n thought of tho olilldron. Josho Duryou, a pasteuger, was tho man. He Instituted u thorough Mtarch of tho vossol, hut no traco of Young Hunter MakoH Ghastly DU vovury Noar Redding, Cullfomln. Wahlntfton, Nov. 2G. Tho treas ury dopnrtmont today rocolvod grat ifying roports of iinprovoment In tho flnnnclnl situation. Tho treasury cortlfloatoo, it wu nn nonncod, will he ready In a few dnyntlm chlldron was found. The proeeee will turn out 400,000 cortlftctttou dally. Tho flnnnolal commlttoo oon- farrod today with tho Proaldont, as did Senntor Hnnshrougli. tho latter dlMuejtlng with the chief exeeutlva his hill providing for a government bank. Ladles' now ?20 Rubber iMd now High olasa eoafci and sulU now marked away down. Fine furs at any price you wish from 95c up IcEVOY BROS. CUL AND COURT STREETS, SALEM, OREGO. (United Prass Leased Wire.) Redding, Cal., Nov. 26. A flend Ish a imirder as .was over committed In Shasta oounty wtt uuoovered at dusk yesterday evening, when Car roll Glatler, a lioy hunting In the In the Bnnlc HdllitiiyH CfiiilliiiHil. Governor Clminborlnln has Iwued a proolamatlon oxtandlng tho bank holidays fur anotlutr week. TO CULTIVATE WALNUTS 1NSTRAD OF HOPS. I (United Frees Leased Wire.) MeMinnvlll. Or.. Nov. X5. That, walnut trrovae will in time Simulant wnwiine jim.b., uhu tho oxtonslve hop yards In thte ooua-."' ' who had ty Is apparent from the action of tb,H Ih the head with a largest hop growore. The hop aor-,'"" ' . - .... . .. . . ... . tliae a bnnilkavAtilar had liaan twiat- age will he maieriaiiy reuuoea uiw - - -.-. . - - --- fall. Many growers are plowing no. " "k wim a iuok m uw thair vnnia niitrlfifht fnr the nurDOM .mer oi a garroie. Sncrnmento, Cal., Nov. 21. An announcement was made at the gov ernor'a ollloe this morning that the apsolnl holidays, provided for i tke new law, would not be declared until Deoember 3. LAYS CLAIM TO A VALUABLE ENGLISH ESTATE Soutfln Woman May Onln INwknIoii of jt7(),0(0,000 Worth of llrltlMi IjhkI. - of planting walnuts. o The body had bran left by the eamp fire built on the spot and tho hair on the heul of the murdered man was burned from the scaly. lYoung Clatter ran to town, half a TWO OLD-TIMHRS j LE.IVE WOULD TOORTIIBR. MTnltori VrnsM T.flaBOil Wire.) . . ' .1 tH.u.m.l At... aAIaa.m mlin Ta AnwlM fol Vnr 'Ai Af-.W. U luiurumu iuw uue, i tor 54 years of' married life. Stephen (bdy wa found In a secluded nook, Strange and his wlfa died within fonr,3w y f" "" ruwruuu uu u hours of each other at their Redoado mile north of the depot, home. At 12 o'clock Mrs. Strange) The corner could find nothine died suddenly of heart failure, and aboat tho person that would lead to t 4 o'nlook Mr. StranKO died of .Identification. Tho man was dressed physical exhaustion, due to old age. tin a new suit of clothw. He was He was 70 years of age. while his about 45 years of age, slightly bald, :.ifft a ?a and woro a heavy brown mustache. u JThe hands are not calloused, indlcat Many persons testified In Chicago Ing that ho waa not a working niaa. this morning that John R. Walsh o had forged their names to not1 BARGAIN DAY SUBSCRIITION amounting to millions of dollar.. TO THIS PAPER EXPIRES NOV. no AH Kill) FOR $10 LOAN SHOT IHICAUSH RUFUSIID. (United Prem JeMd Wire.) Sua Francisco, Nov. 28 Domini co Paehlni. an Italian living at 400 liroadway, arrived at the Harbor hospital this afternoon dying from a bullet wound In the head. Ac cording to his ante-inortew state ment he was Hhot by. an old frioml, Pletro Vnardo. Saturday night they were en gaged In a four-handed poker game. In which Vunardo lost all hie money Thla morning Paohlnl was acao&Ud by Venardo, who asked him for a loan of 10. Pnahlnl refusod, where upon Vonardo drew a revolver, run ning away as soon as ho saw Paohlsl fall. Venardo has not been cap tured. o Obarlaa . Ulria wao died In 8e- attlo Saturday, "was a descendant of Eberhard, who ruled Wurteniburg COO years ago. (United Pre Leased Wiro.) Btatile. Wash... Nov. 21. Mrs. F. WelM, of Ronttle, who recently laid olalrn to the valuable ISngllBh ertale left by Henry Irvlug Loo Cary. hae plaaed her paper In the hands of Fnuntleroy, Littleton & Liter, a London law Arm, which Is to- push hor olalrn In the Itngllali court Deoplta tho fnot that tho eetato Is now in pneseaelon of the British gov ernment and that ovary effort pos sible will be made to dispute the statemont of tho American clalrn anu, Mrs. Weiss and hor mother. Mrs. J. Snlieholder. of Tnooma, tho lingllBh lawyers write, tho govern ment lawyors will be unable to dls provo tholr olalrn, and that It will be ovenUially rooogulzed. Tho ostato la vijlued at 170,000,-. 000, of which over cne-half Is In lands. Tho majority of tho land ts near Westminster, In Essex county, England, and there is also valuablo property In Cortland Place, London. Tho estato Is now in ohancory. Secretary Taft narrowly seaport being in a wroclc at Kraanoyark. Russia, by A switch being left open by mistake. The error waa discov ered before it waa too tato.