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SALEM, OREGON, FRIDAY, MAAGH 5W, 1B08. NO, TJ. ikfl v " I W9ST0 DEATH GIRL'S FATE 000IA CUT LIFE'S a KNOT WITH INFAL- ! CERTAINTV 11AY CITY PflOPOSK TO DEAL ir WITH JAPS. Prc Leased Wlro.) tUco, March 20. So do- (tuAinnie Konnedy, a uo- ... kti end her life that ahc cm It agents of death gat, H4 ob pago lour.j nH prices. ! bow on sa'e at 1 wer cott -ud Sliks tiJwo Suit, oiie,- . T Ja.Ji oi .T"UJ. nd U 4. !? r I ?-. iftj ik ''Mlii. r m L 3 . 15d 0 CUSTOM OFFICERS KILLED Me Thousand MINISTERS WHO WERE BUNCOED BY fX-CONVICTS BLACKMAILING SCHEME THAT 3IADK VICTIMS OF MEN PROM NENT IN REFORM WORK IN CIU0AO0 OTHER 8TAH CRIM 1NALS PARDON FOR MAN WHO HELPED CAPTURE ItOIl HERS (United Press Leased Wlro.) Chicago, March 20 Boforo tho tad wood alcohol and grand Jury today was unfounded tho amaxlne Btorv of an aliened auc of I' (Continued on page Tour.) CAGO STORE PEOPLES BARGAIN HOUSE NEWEST OF THE NEW IS HERE for your inspection. Dress Goods, Fkie Silks, y, ladies' Suits, Gloves, Laces, White Goods, &n- Dress Trimmings, Ladies' Shoes, Hosiery and Don't forget the store wkh the good goods 65c W 49c SHstSt wmlf t$t'M 'If m" I 8 IP,. wu w c fim Urn 1 11" (ntsVilifl H i M-V r 7c tfliP M53 SWELL SUITS at small prices. Wo have pue prleea h our suits that will raake this de partunt boom. The sew shadow stripe and Japanese sleeve suits. Just rcired and oa tale. Don" buy un ul you get our price. It will pay you well Prices 8 SO. $13.50 and $15 00 Students STANFORD STUDENTS APOLOGIZE FACULTY VERY FIRM FACULTY REFUSES TO REIN STATE TWELVE MEN AND STU DENTS LINE UP FOR ANOTHER IHO DEMONSTRATION PROS PECT IS GOOD FOR A GENERA STRIKE. (United Press Leased Wire.) Stanford University, Col., Mnrch 20. When tho Students' Affairs Commltteo today Is presented with attempt lo leavo tho country," de tho resolutions adopted last night' clarcd FruncU J. Honoy today In tho DEMOCRATIC CONFERENCE A conference ot Democrats has bon railed for next Monday, March 23, at 2:30 pum. to propoeo candidate?) for tho legislature aild county- tickets; for ratlflcotlon by tho people1 at tho primaries, April' 17. Tho meeting will bo open to all who aro In sympathy with Democratic, principles and the pcoplo's rights to rule. Moot ing place M. V. U. Hall, Stato street, SaJcra. Dy order ot tfm committer;. W. II. DOWNING, Chairman. Dy A. M. Dalrymple, Secretary. wtnimitnnniii(iinntiiirnuli. by tho student body of Stanford, apologizing for tho stormy parndo of a week ago, It Is expected that tho ftnnl lncidont of a sorlos of thrilling ones, that threatened to result In a wholosnlo strike, will have been closed. Tho students today are Indulging in much speculation as to whether the commltteo will accopt tho apolo gy, and discontinue tho examination of tho 300 mon who admitted, In a petition that thoy participated In tho SOCIAL DANCE By the W. O. W., Tonight at the Holman HaN Grand March 8:45 Admission 25c and 50c no'sy demonstration. It is expected that the action tho commltteo takes on tho apology will finally determino whothor a strlko will follow, and a decision In tho mattor Is -anxiously awaltod. On account of a split in tho com mPtoe over the dismissal of 12 in dents who ware accused of bolng tho leaders in the doinont ration, the ac tion to be taken an the apology may be a great surprise, but It la gener ally bollevod that tho apology will be adoptod. and that tho whole Investi gation will be callod off. As a climax to a day crowdod with startling developments, last night's mass meeting of tho student body, ostlmated at 1000, was the biggest and most exciting ever hold by them to adjust differences between them and the faculty. Will .SiisMiid Students The StHdeatg Affaire Committee today refsd to raiiusUite Che 12 suspended Twowlay night for the re run t detHOBstratifH against the fac ulty's aoUon on tho drinking qHoe- tlon. The acUen Is a bold deft" to the 300 students who have Intimated they would "strike" if the rein statement was not made. The statemeju of tho coniinUte made pabUe toJay at noon, was as follews: in Rebellion at Stanford REDUCED BAIL FOR ABE RUEF WILL FLY COUNTRY RUEP HAS PLENTY OF MONEY AND AliL HE WANTS IS A T I ' CHANCE Trf GET AWAY AND1 ENJOY HIS ILL-GOTTKN PLUN. DER IN PEACE AND QUIET AT SOME SMALL SUMMER KKHORT lUnlted Proas Loaned Wlro.) San Francisco, March 20. "It Abo Ruof Is admitted to ball ho will appellate court, In tho proceedings brought by tho attorneys for tho former political boss to securo his ivivuni u" uuiiuii Attorney Frank Murphy, acting fnr Pnnf linen n thn nririimnntg liv making a pica for a reduction In ball. "Tho defendant Is now hold on 1C0 Indlctmonts," continued Murphy, ''and if ho Is convicted on nnj two of them ho can ho Imprlsonod for 28 lyoars. That Is longer than ho ex poets to live. We ack that the ball! bo reduced so that my client oon gat bondsmen." He said that, Judging further no tion by that tako,n In tho past. It will take exactly 110 yoars to try all tho cns against tho defondnnt. Pi-oaeetiter lleaey replied by say ing that efforts have bean made to kl'ncp principal wltneeeee In the graft eaee. Intimating that If Ruof la released he may be oarrlod away. "Ruof knows at the proaent tlmo that he Is certain of punishment." said Heuey. Therefore, ho Is trying by overy Moans In bin power to be admitted to what the defense terms reasonable ball. TMe tart that Ruof ban a large amount of mony aMtiroe me that If he Is admitted to ball he will endeav r to leave the eoantry." Other devetonmoRtK in Lh reel tags are eoctieeted thte afteraoon. NmtsiuiKr .Inn'H Thirty. (United PreM Leased Wire.) Washington. March 20. With hU threat cut from oar to oar. and a bloody knife lying under htm, the bady of Frank If. Hosford. eerre ofKiadeHt of the Detroit Times and other paper, was found this sftar soon in the vestibule of a building at 19 E street. While the oate ap pears to be one of sulolde. the pollee are Investigating on the theory that the dub may have been murdered , AMERICAN DUELISTS DO THINGS SLAV EACH OTHER WITH REVOLVERS IN THEIR HANDS ROTH FOUND DEAD RUSSIAN GENKHAL ORAL LENGED IY AN ADMIRAL ANOTHER SHOOTING .MATCH FOHHIDHP.N RY THE GOVERN. MENT OF THE CZAR. (United Press Loaned Wlro.) El PaBo, March 20. By tho light ot tho moon, and with no human bo lng near to look on, two American custom hoiiHO Inspectora fought a duo) to tho death on tho banks of tho Rio Orando rlvor, n mllo from this city, last midnight. Tho combnUmts woro. ChnrJcs Lo gan and C. E. Johos un'd tholr bodies woro found today, lying on . thft ground, whoro each had fallen be foro tho bullets of tho othor's ro volver. Tho mon lind ovldontly Qunrrolod, out tno camno or tholr dlffcrouces Is not known, and probably novor will bo. Romnants of a lunch sliowod that they had Just finished their midnight monl. Tho corpses Joy about 1C feet nport, and It appears that Logan tired tho first sljot and missed his man. Jones tlion shot Logan through tho lungs Inflicting tt wound that provod fatal In a tow minutes. He foro ho died, however, ho shot Jones through tho lionrt. killing him In stantly. Tightly grlppotl in the right hand of euoh man was n large caliber ro volver, and tho bodlts faced eaoh other. Goiicrnt StMMMc Clinllcngi'd. St. Potenburg, March 20. Tho latest challengo to a duel Is directed against General Btoesscl, recently sentoncod to ton yonrs' Imprisonment In St. Petors and Paul fortross for the surrender of Port Arthur during the Japaneao war. Tho ohnllonge to mortal ootnbat cojnea from Admiral NobogatxjfL In command of a portion of Admiral HoJestveneky'H Hoot, who, Ilka Gen oral Stoeesol, gained unenviable fame In Ruaela by t.irrouderlng his ehiiM to the enemy, while they were still In condition to continue the bat tle, and who also was ootirUinartlaled and .convicted. Prom his quarters in the fortress, the admiral has Iseued his dell, to Gonoral Stoeeael, and he proposes that the encounter shall oocur in the yard of the famous prl.on. London. March 20. The Rus-iian war ministry has forbidden the Froek-Uorbatovsky dnel, aooording to a roport recelvel here ftom St. Petemburg today. The reason given Is that General Frock Is the superior offleer of Gorbaloveky, who Is only t eolonel, and oonsequaatly ean criti cise the latter act as he pleases. At tho same lime he oannot oflloially give any personal haed to anything the colonel may say In public. It to reported today that General Smirnoff Is Improving, and may re eover. Philip Rlohardson shot himself to day at Prwoott, Arir,. with an old fashioned cap and ball pistol. He was despondent at 78. TANNER CHALLEN6ES BREWERS ON TASTIN6 -TEST HI.CIjAHES HE CAN GO ONK HUNDRED DAYS WITHOVP FOOD SCHOOL TKACHKIl HAf HI U) KICN' FAST RECORD CAMPAIGN AGAINST UEAUTY DOCTORS WHO USE POISON OUS DRUGS. (United Press Leased Wlro.) Long Beach, Cnl Mnrch 20. Dv II. S. Tanner, who gained famo by fnsttng forty days, on fourteen or which ho abstained from wator, to day announced that ho will challonger Adolphus nuRCh, tho St, Louis brew er, who at protcnt Is residing In Pan ndnna, lo test tho relative nutriltoUa qualltluB.of' -fwator -n-I .beer, tk- browqriloBolftt !x boor drlnkora la. tntor n fasting slego with hlnr, "I am 78 years old, but I claim" that my body lu la bettor condition thuu most mon of 50," toys Dr. Tan nor. "I will go 80 days without food, If nooossnry to win tho contest, and, If tho exigencies demand It, If will go 100 days." MIhb Klta Orovo, tho Chicago school toucher, today equaled Dr. Tannor's record, having partnkon of no food for 10 days. 8ho la deter mined to eurpnm tho record by nt loast two weokn. AfU'r I trail ty Doctor, ah Angoloi, Cal., March 20 A oampnlgn against "beauty doctors' ban been sturtod hero by Attoruoy Grant I). llonnott, local representa tive of tho stato board of medical uxanilnerrt, upon complnlut of Mre. Mary Rutherford, one of the alleged vlotlmi of the "get'bmutlful-qulQk Institutions. Tho wurrunt (asuecf chargod J. T. Harris with practicing medicine without a license. He won arrested and will bo tried next week-. lu tho menntlmo every alleged beau ty dootnr In the city will be subjoot to Inveetlgatlnn, nnd other arrcstn may follow. Mrs. Rutherford nppeawd In Den nett's oMloe, nor fnoe tqrlbly swol len and dUngurad from the ulleged treatment nd mints tr-d ut, tho "In stitute," and complained -that alio htu boon given drugs, fne ofiargw, she said, was $12 lori'ibn daya treatment. ' ROY SHHN WHO WAS KIDNAPED IN imm, Spokane. Waah., Marah 20. C rll ilrittaln, whose sensatlouul kld naplHK from his Walla Walla homo two years ago, aroused tho po!(ea of tho entire country, and for who return a reward of $2K0O Id still offered, la supposed to have boon seen yesterday at Marshal Junction-, Washington, by J. A. Klpparr, or Walla Walla. Tho boy wan accom panied by a man and a woman, who ran when they noticed Klppart watt observing them, and left the child alone. When Klppart started question the boy he took fright and run Into the woods, and the search ers have not yet been able to loeata him. o Poll Tax HHltg , Poll fas Collector IfaXfoy about $Q tt.lt is soak for poll tax delinquents.