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COURT S ORDER SAVJS (MOTH) SLAVER AT THE 6ALL0WS '' - " ' ' ' " - - f 1, I I ! I I I M 1 , 1 .--!- t . ... ... , 1 , .. IURDERER SECURES REPRIEVE IT UST MINUTE HERMAN IlllLEK, "BLACK ART" WORKER, FOUND GUILTY OF KILLING FAMILY GRANTED STAY OF EXECUTION. , t ' it'Dlted Press I.enscd Wlre.i Chlcnco. Juno 12 Jtist as tho 'il!er of. tlio Cook county Jail had (atrihated his deputies In line and , (be pbyslclnn had nindo ready for tho, wrch to the gallows for the hanging let Hermnn DUlck, tho condcmne.l murderer of Mnry Vrznl, a messenger lurlted from tho Federal court with Y (Continued on pngo Ave.) PEOPLES BARGAIN HOUSE HOT WEATHER GOODS PRICED AWAY DOWN nmiTircq T-.wvNS white Goods. Summer SIlkT. Summer Dre?s Goods, Summer Suits. Summer Coves, Summer Underwear, Hoslory, Ucei, Ribbons, Embroideries, Wash Goods of all kinds, Drsis Glng hmi ruunn nM.. t innni nini Hundreds o other goods suitable for Summer woar' marked down pricos Do your trading at tho store that Our Prices twp competitors all the time '317 thinking how to keep up. Rd carefnlly. s'0O jnrds of Beit Standard kwns, Calicoes and Ginghams, Special price, yard 5p WOO jads of Fine Needle Work broidery that is worth double t!te prices tc, OJic, 8 l-3c, Oc ad 12jc a yard. lo0 jards of Fin? Sheer India Uaen eeulnr iRo. valuea. no.w IUd Of 100 ads of Summer Sllki In il! colors and fancy, regular 39 ,3(1 Spc goodB, special price now, and 35c 'a yard. U(1Ie 518. $20 and $25 - Suits " $8.50, $10.50, $12.50 and UJW. The Store That ALLIES WILL NOT itllElID! UlTLUr SAYS THEIR LEADERfflRMOUS LOSS CONGRESSMAN HURKE CLAIMS HE WILL CONTINUE FIGHT HE FORE CREDENTIALS COMMIT TEE HUGHES HUTTONS OUT. f (United I'rss l.mo(J Wlro.l ' Chicago, June 12. Congressman J. FranclB Burke, of Pennsylvania, a leader of allies,, announced today that, thoy will not give up tho fight on Taft even If tho comniltteo has ItBslf. posed on the question of repre sentation In the bom tli. 'We will carry the matter befors (Cont'nuod on Page 4.) that wl 1 make quick selling. does the uir'ness. mnn Pxrmn'i and Cc'ored Sl'-k Umbrellas now on sale. We ore offering them at raciory Vy, 25c, tf5c, 40c, 7.c, wc, 9' 91.50 and up o00 Dozen Lafllw' Mlsnes' and Children's Summer Underwear now on .: It will be hard fr ..... . ,pnt cur prices. c, iuc, VUU vw w" - - - 12ic, lSe, lHc, 23c and up. j5c, 18c, 25c ana up- Saves You Money PACKING PLANT IS BURNING f I FLOQD 'PREVENTS ' FIREMEN .... ' FROM SAVING RIG KANSAS CITY' FACTORYTHOUSANDS OF DOLLARS DAMAGE. (United InKH I.ltnanil Wire Kanias City., Mo Juno 12. Tho big Nelson Morris packing plant l on lire and apparently is doomed to ... . . ,. 1 com.pioia uesiruction. ;,- ; - -"- ' The proporty is located In tho ttker' unUcr lho ftcw nnt,"rac0 Hooded district, and it in Impossible , 8nmbl,n8 'ftW wh,ch wenl lnt0 for tho fire department to reach it.'hccl yotwday. Tho races wro bo Tho flames nro spreading rapidly. n conducted hero today as asual, Thpusands are witnessing tho fire ,n (,enan" of the 'nw'" encU, bek: but there is now way of comating. mAk" 8?8le,d 10,! h sh ,8to h0'J' Jt . ing his book In his hand, when' tho " 'it h estimated that tho loss wiU P sud(1onlf '""Jj6,4 ,nt0 th, rln2' be htndrcd of thousands of dpllars L W'X a w' V """"V10 nn;! Two buildings havo'lTcen ontlrely'd- 7oUf TJMLl'Mnphomii isugsost stroyed. Tho flro started from an ng tho making of n bet disappeared exploKion in the sausage factory. Instantly. Weldon was the only man At noon tho flro was Ptlll raging ",tur?d b' tho P''c nml, ho lr,etl but tho firemen had been able to to rC8,8t rrot. Tho racing room got near enough to prevent it from . wns crowd,cd ,wUh "ors most of spreading much further. The com-4 'em, reK"'nur frequenters, who know pony's plant Is valued at $1,500,000. w don' Tha crowd urrounded the nnllro. nnrl wlihn ho nttnr-k war nt ANNA TO . CONTROL TUP DIIDCP I ll L l UKuL (Cnl((l I'rwm I.mw1 Wire.) . . . .. . . . by the United Press coBponden bookmakers to take here today tha a ma rlnge contract I ,- was signed ystorday by Mme Anna J Gould an. Prince Hello do SaBa J fnco trJa .."'""X'S'wIh the certain assurance that ho Hon of property, so hat Mme. Gould , convclC(, will be able to ho d the purse strings gon, and the prince will have to ask -her bo lOr 4llUcJr WJlUllVtWI ll? no v M -. - n -.. hiIiahaAam lirk tnnr0 frt ilin into the Gould millions. The papers set forth also that the , nr'nee Is to havo full control of his own estate. It I? customary In such cases for the wedding to follow within two weeks of the signing of tho contract It is loorntd on tho highoit authorl ty that the marriage win urn u - formed in France. It ia probable that the couple will go to England in hope of oscoping notoriety. The ceremony probably will bo perform ed by a ProUstant mlnlstor. The registration fees for the con tract were about $4000. 1VVRSTIGATINO WAYS OF EMPI)YMEN T AGENTS lUuittJ prm I."" wirr.1 , f Lo Angeles, Cal.. June 1-. Fol- .owing the arrest of B J. Phelan and C. M. Dunulok for alleged fraud In taking fees from hundreds of men ; and hoys and sending thsm Into the Imperial valley where It la claimed . there wero no poMtlonB waiting thorn I tho authorities here today began a sweeping Investigation of the em- SSCnnick are charged with shipping hundreds of person into tho Imperial valley and .other fruit distrcts. On arriving there t ,. alleged they found no work a .1 and many are said to , be .In want at raruXM shocking irregularities. RIOTING AT RACE COURSE OVER THE NEW LAW . POLICE RAID RETTING RING AND ARE MOBBED PRISON- ERS ESCAPE THREATS AGAINST HUGHES. (United 1'rens Leased Wire.) Graveiend Race .Track. N, Y ?,u,ne J.2' A r ot cn,M,cd horo lh,B n,ftcrnoon Y the, pollcs arrest- mi? nlnlf WoiiWin. n ntmnlnnnt linok- Its height, thoy rushed tlib police, tearing Weldon awny. In an iimtnnt tho bookmaker was lost In the crowd and disappeared, A call was sent Immediately force-' serves who were rushed to the scene. Tno Hollco (J,tl not attempt to uo, tnelr revo,verB ns tly yor RroAtiy AiitniiiMliin.l nti.l 41a ikVMttlmnni vfiti UUIIIUKIUUIVU UUU LII1J VAVHVIItUtiV I to high thoy were in dunger of being MaIiIiAiI . ... . . ... Tlio races were cominuoa u i cl Ion that tho new law is unconitl- ' l VJJ " Vhn tho raid took place in the betting ring the great crowd In , the grandstand, which Included many women, surged down In wild excite ment and half a dozen peoplo wero badly bruised In tho stampede. Tho racing msn aro furious nt the Qf the ,ftW nm, thInk , ..(. (nnni ri.ri.t to ' . ,00ge Threats ngalnit Governor Hughus are common. ! Police Commissioner Bingham this a'ternoon sont a general order to nil 1 prec'nets to watch for Weldon and i . v,i... am. .i.lnJ A unonllil "-. !"'"""'':"" , "7. jy wJgnod ,0 tho cflge undcr or(Urfl trgce Wohlon A exU8 from the watched. The author-, Jr b mak R mt "i'j TrJ( o Mnnvr Ci,r I .United !; !m-i Wlre.i I Roval, Juno 12 It became known heje t0(lj. y tl)Bt a WOinan school thwarted a p!ot to kill Czar JfaJSZ lj the Gulf of F a Jon o the a nan i hay0 grow J fintlre famlly, commUtea sulC4de rather than carry out the mandate of tho "et order. NINE ARE KILLED BY DYNAMITE WHILE BLASTING WORKING ON RAILWAY IN MANL TORA MINIMAL IN ROOIC HAS CAUSED EXPLOSIONS .WHICH ENDED SIXTY LIVES. (United Prrii I.cnicd Wire.) Wlnnepeg, Man., June 12. Nino laborers were killed and soveral moro Injured by n promature explo sion of dynamite at a railroad cnmii oh tho Grand Trunk Pacific nonr hero today. The men were blasting rock when the dynamite exploded and some were vory near to the charge. Tho death ot this crew sends to ( (ho occnaon by Ma ,)l0ft tor WHntaln CO tho vimbir of those killed by ,n tho hl.h r0niltftl.0n (ho cltv h ' premature explojlons within a year. AIL tho explosions are, apparently causeloze and . ia. Jnv,tl8atlng t.ha causes of the accidpnt thevqfAcIa of tho read nro working on tho theory that somo mlnoral in the rock In some way Ignites tho charges of dynamlto which are tamped into It. This Ib regarded as an entirely now discovery In science and tho of ficials nro wholly aV n Iosb in plan ning n way to contlnuo work In th d,oath trap rock, which tho lab.ororv nro now shunning. TO ARREST WEARERS OE DIRECTOIRE (United I'rtii I.tnitd Wire.) New York, Juno 12. The sheaf) or dlrectolro skirt tho latest daring Parisian creation that has caufced ft. sensation In the gay Frer.oh metrop olis, Is not for New York. Anthony Comstock has spoken. Tho chief of the rocioty for tho suppression of vice says that ho will arrost and proseouto, "fo tho fullest oxtent of tho Inw," any woman who appoars In puhllc attired In one of thoso gowns. HAMMOND IS OUT TO WIN (United I7 I.eoied IVIre.) Ohioago, June 12. "John Hny Hammond Is out to win tho vice presidential nomination at the hands of the Republican convention," said John C. Montgomery, mnnagor for tho mining engineer, today. Mont gomery opened headquarters for Hammond today. "We are In this fight to win," Montgomery saldj "and we have a good chance. Hammond will be nom inated by George A. Knight, of Cali fornia. Utah hn? endorsed him and Nevada, Idaho and Montana will support him. Already a number of Pennsylvania delegates are working for Hammond. At a meeting of the Pennsylvania delogates uext Mon day, ft resolution favoring Ham mond's candidacy will be offered. Promises of support have been of fered by the Oklahoma delegation. PARADE IS GREAT" MUCH ENTHUSIASM' k SPEECHES ARE MADE STRKBTS DECORATED PUPILS 8ING ATHLETICS RANNKRS PRE SENTER RY HOARD OF TRADE. Tho parado of tho public school children nt 2 o'clock today was. a great locnl outburst or enthuHlasm for the educational intcrcstn of th Capital City. Mako Greater Salem n greater educational centor was tho watch word of the hour. Tho speaker echoed tho sentiment. City -Superin- i tendont Poworn hit tho kronoto nr SUCCESS , gftln0(1 for lts ,nb1lc Mll00l-; ' i sTo c u 8Urr Moretai4 V C n-oTji ', -nh foWjf rjwfit " " fmdvHorjMnl Jaon is duo tho cred it for originating lho fileatrf rfublli demonstration In tho annual1 dls " missal of tho schools, and tho com mittee headed .by Clarcnco Blshou nobly worked out thodetalls to th ' conclusion of the athletic events thlJ afternoon. Prtmptly nt 1 o'clock the reepe tlve scho'oH niwomblod In tho four quarters of tho clt, and tho roomn began to form, and led by the janitor bearing tho flag, the principals and teachers marched to Commercial whore a stand' decorated with the na tional colors was orocted on the south side of tho stroot, and Ml Magors, supervisor of music, wai escorted to her position and waved her wnnd as directress nnd to thu nccompanlomcnt of tho band, the 2000 voices burst out In the national anlhom, a grand and Imp'rossl'vo tri bute of patriotism for which the pub lic fchoolR stand. Tho parado was then photographed nml proceeded to Marion Square where tho speaking program and moro music wero car ried out. SdVH'ts Decorated. The streets wero gay with hun dreds of national ling suspended on wire. Promptly at 1:30 the hand began to play patriotic alr and the first inarohtng columns of school children began to convorge on Wlllspn ave nue, and ns the various schools be gan to assemble the air was painted red with music, :ne yells and cber Ing for the primary grades and gen eral enthusiasm mountud high. Aftor the oxorc'ws at Marlon Square City Superintendent Powers formal ly dismissed the cfilldren and nil proeded to Willamette field, where the Idtalled program of athletic events was pulled off. ProM-ntutlon o( Itiiniirr. Aftr tho parade tho Judgea, Col. R. II. Page, W. I. Staley and Hupor lntiid(jt Powers, went Into consul ta'tou to dacldo which t'f tin- jttblli' Echools had the largest repreonta Hon tu Its size. Tho chool having tho largost proportional roprisentu Hon will receive a handnomc banner from the board of trale This Is thi third banner that the board print ed today. Tho othur two nro for tho whool winning the .argest number et points in the field meet, and for the team winning the mile relaj race. . . .'. n.-r.-.-,-.- (Contlmued on pnge 'gbt) 1 ? r f m J .- f J!BllSn.tSBi iwr""1'