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'- ' . ., m Hi.,-, , i, i I, n -I, - I - laurad , r .XTID. J.JL SALEM, OREGON, MONDAY, MAttCII 22, 1008. NO. 78. IPLGMATIC AGENT KILLED pancse Steamer Goes Down With Nearly 300 ISTERS IE DOING THE WORK -f- FIRST CLASS JIIDSIOITICK CITY IX THE RANK HOARD OF : HAS DIRECT RESULTS inntTianxG a thou- FACTS-OAKLAND MAN I CS IT. i till be ranked as a city of K-dui, vHhout doubt, by tho idtptrttaent after March 1. try MO.000 yearly poBtal j paired has almoBt been , ui It Is expected by tho KtiRQCd oa page five.) WITH NO MOTHER TO GUIDE T THE GIRL IS RIMED MELODRAMA LEADING .MAN WHO TRIFLED WITH A GIHl WHO HAD A MOTHER ACTOR WANT HI) TOR SEVERAL LlNIisjloF MISCONDUCT PLAYER AXlSA LEM RECENTLY. (United Press Lenscd Wlro!) Tncoma, Wash., Mnrch 23. "With No Mother to Guide Her,"Hnrry M. Dewey, leading man, made a hit at the Tacoma theater Saturday night, but In his prlvnto affairs he trifled (ICoiUlndonpagoflVe.) CAGO STORE c0PLES BARGAIN HOUSE NEWEST OF THE NEW IS HERE irtady for your inspection. Dress Goods, Fine Silks, y, Ladies' Suits, Gloves, Laces, White Goods, Em Dress Trimmings, ladies' Shoes, Hosiery and ear. Don't forget the store wRh the good goods iswH prices. i. sww on We at oter iost MVilia h'lt ,m N Mc MIM 1'Una I b-X,w -" iUH ' Na- ooi Suit- 1M . t U uu. . . - v J- Cb! ieg Hr, UB '. U tTtt. "w" M y -&esv-!i I YliL.rwYlnL?N. flov'Ifc f ml I jSBpJ' 1 )4W t!A XtS!iKji V Jk mflWviJH yISwk xwJlSvi ip' 4 Q XtfL a K if wlJLk - 1)4 1 iK lr'"xJR vHPCTnPi CJtTfrv vm 111 ' r C imllm llVT I affJB M I IK I till g H 1 -as CSkr.. ufc. d lad SWELL SUITS at small prices. We have pue prices ws oar aulU that will make this de partment boom. The new shadow strips and Japanese sleeve suits. Just received and on sale. Don't buy un Ul you get our prices. It will pay )ua well Prlees $8 SO, f 12.S0 and $15 00. $. NORTHWEST CRIMINAL BUDGET AUSKA$VIRIN6S GREAT f-MPIII-:it TRAIN ROA RERS HAD AGRF.EijfSo COME THROUGH WITH INFORMATION RAND OF HORSE ' THIEVES TAKEN IN CUSTODY AT WALLA , WALLA STRIKE IN GREAT TRAKRWELL MINE. Spokane, Wash., Mnrch 23. Crookod work by somo one on tho outside in effecting tho release of C. E. McDonald and George Frnnk hntiMr, nllOROd train robbers, who broke jrtil nt Helena, Mont., Saturdny Ik openly charged by Spoknno dcec tlvcs and railroad officials. Great Northern detectives assert that tho two men had agreed to plead guilty. They Sectored that McDonald nnd Frankhnnser had mado a map of tho mountains near Bonner's Ferry, Mont., whore It is said that $20,000 of the loot of th- train rnbbory Is concealed, and had given tills map to Special Agent J. 8. Delaiioy, of tho railroad. Tho Im pilonod mon oxpoctod to bo glvo,n light eontonces. Opposition to this plnn dovelopod howevor, and before the Information obtnlnod by the rail way agent couvl bo utlllzod the mon escaped Jnll. Iloifo Thi'vei Cnpturod. Walla Wnlln, Wash., March 23. John Tycke nnd sons. John nnd Rich ard, residents of Wallula, have beon nrrestod and landod In tho Walla Wnlla county Jail by Sheriff Havl Iand. charged with being members of an alloged notorious band of horso thievos that has been doing business In Walla Walla, Umatilla and Jlen. ton counties. This band of thieves is BtippOBOd to be composed of five members, and all are In custody at the present time. It s estimated that these five men hnve, within the past several months, made away with nearly 300 hoad of horses, valuod at not loss than $25,000. Denver Getting Ready. Denver, Colo., March 23. Denver has made a record by forwarding to the Demooratlc committee the last installment of 525.000 of the $100, "'0 gunrantoo fund for the national convention. This Is tho first time any national convention elty has paid the full guaranty fund over thrft month be fore tho dato of the oonventlon. The great auditorium la whloh the convention niaoU, will be In read InM8 long btore tho delegates begin to arrive. Alaska Xew. Valdoz. Alaska, Margh 23. The stenntchip Saratoga, whloh strHck on a reef on ns4iy Island late Friday af ternoon, has been abandoned by Captain Sbaag, and' ho and the or w hav arrlvod here, and will go eoHth oh the Ynaatan. Two watchmen are still staading by. but. with water In both her R4ds, the Saratoga has re fitted all efforts of the steamer Elsie to fleat. and she Is praaUoally a total wreck. Juneau. Maroh 23 A strike has oeea declared at the Treadwoll tnlRes by the members of the Douglas City union of the Woatorn Federation of Miners Tho action was taken only; COREANS KlUiAN AMERIGAN HE RRAISEb JAPAN DH'IiOMATIC ADVISER OF THE COUNCIL OF STATE SHOT DOWN i ON THE STREETS OF 'FRISCO BOURNE AWARDS A PRIZE OF 1 .000 DOLLARS i y. AT NOON HISf ASSASSIN ALSO! WOUNDED A BELLOW HYMPA- THIZER. ' i ttft-r as all-Bight and all-day teMlOB of the miners. (United Press Lcasod Wire) San Francisco, March 23. Fol lowing nnnttack In the lobby of tho Hoto Fairmount last night, In which ho was badly beaten op, D. W. Slov ens, tho American who has beon serv ing as diplomatic advisor to the Cor can council of state, was shot and fa tally wounded shortly boforo noon today, ns ho stopped from tho hotel bus at tho ferry building, Ills nsnnll- nnt wtvjiuin unknown Corenn. The man -who did tho shooting was ac companied by nnothcr Coroan. In tho excitement thq man who did tho shooting accidentally 11 rod a bullet into his frlonJ, who had Joined in tho nsatilt. Police, nttrnctod to tho snono. rushed up Just too late to prevent tho Coroan from using the rovolvor, which ho drow early in tho encoun ter. Tho two woundod mon woro rushad to the Central hospital, nnd til) as ttaseln was tnkon to ho pollen station, whoro he maintained a grim sllonco. Tho attack wns n sequol to an In terview given out by Mr. Stevens Inst week, In which ho wn quotod ns stat ing that Japan Is doing a good work in Coron, much nlong tho lino of tho sorvlce that tho United Statos is per forming for tho Philippines nt tho present time. Tho Coron ns in Snn Francisco took exceptions to these statements at n meotlng hold hero yesterday, and last night a sub-commit tee waited on tho diplomat to as certain if ho hnd beon oorreotly quot ed. On learning that ho had been, one of the Corour.a, a young man. whom Mr. Stovons took to be a stu dent, hit tho Amorionn In tho fno and felled him Stevens Jumped to hi feet and waded lato his assailants. The other three then seized chairs, and SUvonn was cutting the worst of It when ho tel attaches Interfered and threw tho Coreens Into tho street. Today Mr. Stevons refused to prog eouu. beeawse ho attributed the at tack to the ovor-zoalQusneso of his a scllant. Mr. Stevens was leaving the elty for h Mast when he was shot down. Stunt! WuA Prominent. ' Steveas has been an important tHONKH minor figure In alii of tho liiu portant diplomatic negotiations In volving the Japanese empire for many years. For a number of years he Ud Is the capacity of diplomatic advisor to the Japanese oourt In re lation to questions affecting the UBltsd State. Hngland and Japan, and he U reeognlzed as being an au thority os International polities la the Far Hast. When Japan gained aseosdenry over Corea in 190fi. Ster- as was appointed to the position of diplomat! advisor to the Coroan eonrt. The aati-Japdnese party in Oaroa. however, faavo frequently chrrgad Stevens with being nothing more than a Japaaeto agent at the Corea a court, placed there by the Mi kado Jo persosally superintend the MEMIIEH OF SUPREME COURT OF NEVADA GETS UP REST AR TICLE ON WHY TEDDY SHOULD RE GIVEN ANOTHER TERM IN THE WHITE HOUSE RUCK'S STOVE COMPANY GETS RE CISION. PROGRAM IN CONGRESS THIS WEEK -S.Iwii WILL BE A WHOPPER (United Press Leased Wlro.) Washington, March 23. Tho prlzo of $1000 by Sonntor Rouruo of Oregon, to tho author of tho host written argument on tho subject of "Why Roosevelt Should Jlo Chonon for a Second Eloctlvo Term" has boon won by Frank II. Norcross, ns soolato JiiHtlco of tho supromo court of Novadn. The announcement thntJito Norcross Ijob won tho bljf prlzowns mado todny. Sonntor Rourno snyn that Justice Norcross' nrgMmont Is an excellent piece of work and that It will bo circulated and widely pub lished to eduonte the people. He Is one of tho most enthusiastic third-formers. LEADERS HAVE AGREED TO PUT NTHROUGH THE PLANS OUT LINED RY TEDDY ARMY OF FICER HAS GOOD WORD TO SAY FOR THE FILIPINO REN TILL MAN A SICK .MAN. Nnvy IiivlUMl to Clilim. Wnshlngton, Mnrch 23 Qhlnii, through her mlnlstor, AVu Ting Fang, who on II o,l in porson nt tho statu de partment to dolivor the mossugo, to dny oxtondud to Admiral Evans' fleet an Invitation to visit that country, following the trip of tho fleet to Ju lian. Di'tiiKiou Aguiiut Htnt Washington, Maroh 23 Tho United Stntoo supreme oourt in a de cision linn (led down this nftaruoon derided ngnlnst the state of North Carolina In the railroad fato case which a fow wooks ago threatened to result In the calling out of troops to settle a dispute ns to the relative rights of the slate government4 and the fedornl court, presided over by Pritohard. Murks Stove Co. Winn Ouf. Washington, March 23. Another ffevoro blow was dealt tbo AmoriCAii Fodoratlon of Labor todny when Jus- tioe Clabatigh, of the sup runic court of the District of Columbia, limned an order permanently enjoining that powerful organization from putting the name of the Duck Stgvu Com' pany, of St. Louis, on the "unfair" Following so closely the eonferense held by tho Federation In Washing ton last week to draft bills leaking to congressional rolls from similar deoWons, the opinion of Justice Cla baHgh has fallen wkh tinusual foroe In labor oireles. The stove concern was one of svra! corporations which the federation pissed on the "we don't patronize" list. Tho Ibiak Stove Compasy sought an mjencilOR rostralslBg the hoy ou. and was granlad a temporary one. This is the order made perma HHt today. It ht thought tho other. torporatlons mentioned in will laka similar action. The FoJer- ation will take on appeal to the United States supreme court. (United Press Lnasoa Wlro.) Washington, Mnrch 23. This will bo an Important wcok In congress. It is llkoly to mark tho turning point rrom inactivity to action with rospoot to tho program with which tho domi nant party expects to make a roc ord upon which to enter tho national campaign. Prosldont RoobqvoIOjj now wldoly-ndvortlHcd message tho anticipation ot which bun causail tho Republican loadors to nwuko frqpt, thelr lothargy will be communlcaU ed to tho two Kousos by tho mlddto ot tho week. Tho seuato probably will start tho legislative program by pnsslng tho Aldrloh aiirronoy bill be fore tho woqk onds, and geUlng it over to ho houso, whoro nmondmonta caloulntud to give It n somewhat bet tor standing baforo the country aro to be attached, and, It Is oxpoctod, from tho ausulng conforouco on emorgonoy msnsuro will go upon tho stntuto books. In a fow days a oonofirted mnasuro to amend tho nntl-trust law will bo Introiliioud in ouch houso, and In n. few days also tho souato will havo boforo It postal savings bank bills, tho details of which as proparod by the poitofliao commlttea ulroiuly have been glvuu In those dispatches. As soon as tho Presldont's mes sage goes In, tho senate nnd house loadors will got busy with tho Ititon tlott of whooping things up so as to finish the program, and udjourn, If possible, by tho middle of May. - - . Keep theHfllpliios Tlusy, Portland, Or.. Mnrch 23. Ilrlga- dler-General Daniel II. Rrush, who has arrlvwd at tho Vanoomvor bar- exeutlon of Japanese polieles in the, hermit kingdom. As a diplomat Stev ens Is very highly regarded In Wash ington rsuks, Washington, to assume com mand over Hi Department of the Co lumbia, has advaneod a now solution of the problem of the Filipino. "Instill within h Filipino a de sire for luxury." ho doolarcs, "and then he will work steadily to satisfy it. If thoy onn bit odusntod to want tho bettor things of lire, bettor elolhlng. finer food and more mod ern comforts and aonvonlonaos, they would seek more remunerative em ployment, and so learn the advantage of steady employment. Qrdlnury liv ing oomes to them without muoh ef fort. "Thoy inuBt want belter things to rise higher. Our pvoplo there want to do the right thing, and the native population is nt latt coming to a re alization of that ffcot." Dreyfus, of the Army. Chicago. March 23- Oborlln M. Carter, formerly captain in the United States engineer corps, today the IMJ announced that he would seek res- oration to the army, and to his rank as a result of the vindication given him In the deojslon of Judge Kohl ssatt banded down Saturday. Ho will, he says, appeal direotly to Pre Ident Roosevelt. Carter claims that be Is (ho