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. .w. . , , wvMnfTirMrt , - . . tt , v - fc . XVIII. SAIjEM. OREGON, MOXPf Y, 'JUNE 8. lfeOfl NO. it m. . f. : TWf3?'"1" "1 m .. n -. - - '.,- . .. .-.,. . frn.M"!-vM to "i y- -t - y - ,i 3KcaKpr seov ER PLOT TO - M THOUSAND SALEM SCHOQ i i ii i . . - . - I r' 1 vv m'Wl 'j air L PORTUGESE KIN (l . l J.IA, CHILDREN WILL BE IN LIB iANE : MAN IS ; SUICIDE AVENGES ; HER OWN 1 DOWNFALL TS PHANTOMS KILLS BETRAVER NGTON PENSION EMPLOYE NURSE MAKES SENSATIONAL FIFTY TIMES AT IMAGl- MURDERERS ANI POLICE KILLS HIMSELF. united Pre l.tnicit Wire.) (ngton, Juno S. Dr. JoBenh , lilt VUiJIV.tC VI HIV IIUIIBIUII es dead nt his ho in biro to CONFESSION' WHEN ARRAIGN- EI) FOlt SHOOTING NEW YORK DOCTOR. ( United Vrttn I.cmcd Wire.) New York, June 8. Now York td-. day has another Bcmntlonal murder is dead nt his horn? hire to- ensa wjth a good .looking woman .a tag killed himself with sul-' fho chief ; rigurd-Vand tfio story! empt after firing 60 shots nt though based on tlio usual passions, e and imaginary murdqrB, ( 0ae of the moat dramatic and lol wbb sitting n his homo thrllline the courts have ever seen. ;.when ho suddenly sprnng gnrnh Koten, a Russian nurse," 23 ' (Continued oa page five.) I "' " " " S? THIRTY IS DEAD l1 EOT OF TORNADO . J IN NEBRASKA CITIES IRITUAL . ANKER IS DENOUNCED J' EIGHT TOWNS SUFFERED FROM THE HUHHIOANE PROPERTY LOSS it LION HOLLARS. WILL,RE JHALF A MII Sontlnued on onco flro.t mmsm a PEOPLES BARGAIN HOUSE HAMMERING .4 . MM 8 : ' AIM Hlk i Miwm Hip Slim DOWN THE PRICES If you want bar gains in Ladies' Suits Coats, Millinery Shirt Waists Dress floods and Silks Nowjs your time, wc have sliced the prices away down. $15.00 Suits (United I'rtu I.cnioil Wire.) Omaha, Neb., Juno 8. RtportB from the scono of Friday night's tor nadoj received here today Indicate that tho'llk of dead wllj total near'y 30 and that tho property Iobb will bo n hnlf n mlllon dollars. Eight Ne braskn towns suffered from the ef fects of tho hurricane. They aro Qenova, Fairfield, Carkton, Frank lin, Hebron, Shlcklcy, Byron nn nlvnrnn On Iho liansas sldo of the llnit Scnrdlnn, Courtland and PhllllpiburK wore dnmnged. Tho Infant son of Mrs. Louder near Hebron died 'today from Injur ies received In tho collnpie of tho houso. Tho rather was killed out right, EXPLOsioN VIGTIM BURIED 5 PROS BOUT OR "M ' ' - fj : WALTER J; IJARTNETT, PRESI .DliNT CALIFORNIA SAFE HE VOfT COMPANY, ROASTED AT . HIS TRIAL. v (United I'reii I.taitd Wire.) 8anvFranclsco,,Juno 8 Tho actual trial of Walter J. Darnett, formor vlco president of tho looted Calfor. nla Sato Deposit & Trust company on the charge of folouy embexxle mcatj begnn today before Judgo Con ley, when Assistant District Attor ney yilllam H, Cook nude his open ing Rte$ent to the Jury. Darnott Is aBejt- of having ombezzicd 2G, OOOjjJortli of bonds, ami socuritlct belolflng (o tbe-wUte-of tbeJlat'o Ellen M. Colton. J, Dalzoll Drown, former ninnngor of tho bank, vtho Is now serving n term In spate's prison, after having turned Btae'n evidence against Dnrtnott, Is to. bo tho peo ple's utar witness. An effort will bo made to corroborate hjV testimony with lettors and tjulcgrams sent to him by Bartnett. . Mr. Dahlgren, 'ono of M.f CoJ ton'B heirs, was the flm wllnes to day. Sho was called (oestnbllt)ittha fact that Bartnett had opfcssldn At tho securities ns vice pre'gldont of the bank. She hnd,dej)9)ted tho scour' ties there. Bartnett's attornoys todoy stated that ho would take the stand In'hU (United rr l.cad wire.) own behalf. It la expected that tho Los Aiibo1o, Cal., Juno 8. At 11 testimony will all bo.dn by Friday o'c'ock this morning one more body n)gnt nnd (nnt tj,0 cn0 wnj R0 to of 4h9 victims of tho boiler tuba ex- ti,0 i,irv Saturday nlKht- plosion on board tho United State, in his. opening addrcoj'to the Jury cruiser Tennesiee, F. S. MnxfleM,,AMjlitant District Attornoy Cook ita whose death occurred yesterday, was n0nct(i Bartnett In scntcblng ln lpld to rost in Harbor View cemetery: gunge jjo said tbat tho vlco presl at Sanu Pedro. It had been ar- dent ot tho wreoked institution had ranged to Inter tho remains of J. P. gained tlio conndenco of tho Colton A. Carroll, who died Saturday night neJrg nn,i ti,en induced them to PUPILS IN MONSTER PARADE FRIDAY MORNING SALEM SCHOOL CHILDREN, SWpO STRONG WILL MARCH AS FFT. TING CLOSE TO SCHOOL TKILM UNIQUE IDEA. ' at tho samo time, but & tho funer-n procession was about to start, a tele gram was received from tho navy ife- transfer thb eecurHlos to his bunk. The decueed man Uloted tho con science of his manager, J. DrtlroM $16.50 Suits $17.50 Suits $11.90' $20.00 Suits $12.50 Better Suits at the same fow prices. 95c SWfl WalJls Jie Store That Saves Yott Money T 9 partmont at Waihlngton directing' nrown .by telling him that the spirit Admiral Sobreo to hold tho 'body Qflf Mr8, colton had -directed him to Carroll until furthor ordos. It ' take the socurltlos for tho banlt's thought his remains may be Qrjlerd Uf0 Cook went nt length Into tho shipped to j.Is former lujnio nt Hnrf- 8lrU ,ncJting which will play o ford, Conn. . ?, The eamp'Sorvloe ohd rltoa "of hoij, or wore observed today as a Satur day's funeral. The service was road by Chaplain 'Dlcklni of the Tennessee. Captain prominent part in tho trial. He explained tho cipher coda uicd by, Barnett in communicating with the ofllcerH of tho bank. At first they were called by such names ns cadet" in thj code, but after the ,T. B. Howard and other officers Q0,,eratlons of tho nllegod wreckers me Tennesson anu u uciuu oi numir nnd i,raiBnt success they wore pallet! were present at the services at thj . h nnmei'as "triumphant' grave. At tho Angoius nospnai jn this city today It was stated that the four remaining Injured sailors had passed a good night and that pros pects of hlr ultlmato racovery I hoptiil, Today the board inquiry appointed to Investigate the cause and fix the blame for the explosion 'pn the Ten nessee, will hear the testimony of the officers and men who may be able to throw light on the accident. . I, ' W ' " 1 RAILROAD SAFE HLOWN OPE.V BY NITRO-GLYCERINE il'olted I'r looted Wire.) San Le4ndro, Cal. June 8.Ex pert safe crackers, thought to be the samo men who blew open tho South ern Pacific safe Iq Melrose a fow Bights' ago, early tdday completely wrecked the safe In the company's station at San Lcandro, but secured Jonly $10. POLICEMAN HAVES DROWNING MAN San Francltco. Juno 8. Without waiting to doff either coat or helmet, Policeman Hanrahan, who patrols tin water front, plungsd Into tho waters of the boy early today and rescued George Day, sailor. Day' wa standing on the end of the wharf when he lost his balance and struck tho water in such a way that It took his breath and ho was unable to save himself. Policeman Hanrahan happened to be' near tho spot at the time and went to" 4 he res cue of the drowning man. Together they were hauled out of the bay by Policemen McPirtland and Wren, who had come in response to cries of onlookers. Afttf donning another uniform, Hanrahan Immediately; re sumed bis beat. A unique depnrturo in public school activities .rlM bo made noxt Friday, when 2000 school children of Snlem will parade through tho principal streets of tho city, and will afterward be formally dlsmlsd fd? their trimmer vacation bu Surln tondent Powbrs at Marlon Square. Tha pnrndo and public exercises, which will In all jirobablllty dovelopo Into a regular RHnijRl .event, Is th committee froin-ikc Vowrd ofyiwltt, consisting qfc C. '& lijop, Max O. Buren, Rny .nrnlftr,4t E Iofr nd F. W. Steuslpff sent a petition to. tho school boafd risking 'fia,t iaicU .oxer circs bo held on. tho Inst day. of tliu Bchool year, and tho school bonrtl nt their meeting Saturday night unani mously adoplqd tho suggestion of tho .nuBlnesf men. Thi ("conunlttee from .tho board of trndo, together with A. N. Moorei of tho hchool jionrd, City SujioHntond ent Powers, nnd Prlndpnl Mnrlatte of tho high school htld n mooting this morning and arrangements for tho big public school day wero mnde At 1 o'ejock Friday afternoon an ntsembly of tho pupils will bo bold In all (he schools of tho city. At 2 o'clock the 2000 pupils together with all tho teachers, tho directors and other school officials will aasomblo in Wllleon avenue. From here tho pa rade will start, headed by Grand Marshall Dr. C. II. Eplcy, who, will bo mounted upon n handsome charger.' Arrangements nro belnv mnde to secure both tho Chcmawn and Snlsm bands for tho occasion. Aftor forming in Wilson avonue the parndo will move don Court street to Liberty, up Liberty street to Stnto, on State from Liberty to Com mercial, and down Commercial streot tb Marlon Square, At the squaro short addresses will bo'uel'vorcd by Superintendent Pow erV, Mayor Kodgurs, C. II, Moorec and E. Hofer. There will be music by the bands, and pntrlotlo soni will bo sung by, the grand chorus ot school children. Immediately aftsr the exercises nt Marion Squaro, a field meet will be held on WillamottQ field in which all tho (chooitf of the city will compote Tho board will nwnrd a handsome banner to ho school winning tho highest number of. points, nnd nit othor to the, team wining tho mile relay race. Following is the order of events: CO-yard dash. High Jump. lOO-yarddash, Broad Jump, 14 0-yard;1 dash,. . , ' Polo vault, 220-yard-dash. Tuk of war. 20 ijien op nch team. Mile relay, four' men on each team Tho men who are to take charge of tbe school teams'are: North, D. B. Cromwell; - East, J. M. Lamb; Park, Dr. SklK; Lincoln, Watt Bnlpp. Tbe officials of the, meet are as fol fel fol eows: Referee, T. B. Kay; clerk of -i r PLANNED j: t- t . -. .. T i - KIILtK MURDER JAIL CONSPIRATORS J SCHEMED TO BLOW VP KWfa EMANUEL AT RMMtiCOUIB FEAST -THREE (X)NHPIRA- ' TORS ARE IN JAIL. . (United I'rrtt l.trnwd Wlr.) Lisbon,' Juno 8. Co4itrMlo and fenr prevails at the p1hc, fol lowing the discovery of a plo tq4y to blow up yoking King Kwkrm!, whoie father and brcKker rMHUy were HssRsslNatfMI. Throe- of the' conspirator hair been placed In jail nmt the autWorN tics have received wQrd tUt "?rtB: wllj be made to liberate jnw.. ' Themre servje. wen. rail.v. . hllHtJigaUrfaW''' -1-, with RuchsHcftfik.har;):ny wrmj " tcfoay r8 coirpiiiHtenci TfhWi 3 shows Hiat tie. me belong' tth- panto band as thqse who killed, 'tCfii; ' Carlos and the prince. It was. planned to exc,Hte Ktkc Emanuel during- the state rellftiawat foart which is to be held Jaae IV. All nrrnngement)) wero carefully takt for exploding a'boml In Buck a" way that It would h'aye been praefHy imposilblo for tlio king to aav esenpjd wjth hjs.llfo. Lisbon, which has bfeh tern with nil sorts of Industrial and civil AU,' sonslon and h'rraTc .by rulM on ono hand iy anarchists on the otkr. Is in n stnto of great oxeltewt ovr tho dlscovory of this lateit altwrnpt at murdering royalty. Outbreaks are feared, as fan sties aro taking overy advnntngo to deliver uddrettweu In tho streets, whenever they can avoljl i tho police. Tljo guards nbmit ta pnlnco Imvo been increased. It if said tho widowed queen sulfored iw vcroly from tho shock when tho new reached her. Th? roynl fawlly vlc tually nro prisoners. courso', W. P. Ilnbcock; tiHslatnrits, 1. II. Wallace and II. A. Albert; Judgo of tha llulsli, Q, A. Forbes, W. II. Eldrldgo, E. Crolxan, A. N; Mooitm, n. O. Ulshop, W. B.Babcoclc; start er, Prof. Easthnm; tlmcn, Paul Huusar, WnlUr Wlnslow ijnd II. H. Ol'nger, Ono of tho fonturoi of the dayV xorolsos will bo tho singing; or "America'.' on tho street, hofyro tliu parude reaches tho square. Tho 2000 clil!drenvlll porno to a huU on Com mercial street between Stnto and Court, streets. The singm of Uib grand chorus rtfl bo under tbe di rection of Mln Magor, vocal I iih true tor In the schools. Th'. army of; children will bo 'accompanied In their singing by both bands. No puins nro being spared to mu.ki tho day a gigantic success, and from all Indications tho public cxerclmn and celebration by tho school children: next .Friday will bo nn event louje to bo rememberod by thnto who wltnea it. A largo crowd, from tho. country and nearby towns Is expected nnd the gty will bo decorated In holiday t-tlro. NEW JIATTLKSIIIPH WILL ' IIH FliONIDA AND UTAIF Washington, Juno 8. Sccrotanr pf tho Nacy Mot calf to'duy aaaouHc! that tho name of two bnttlotklvw mm thorlied by the, lat congreaa will h tho Florida and Utah. Tho xt bt- tleihlp authorLd will bo ad tk Wyoming.