Newspaper Page Text
1 ' 'it J -v i ' H , ft Sk Hail I f auraat "V. M 1 1 MBtlilBwfBlBMIii 1 1 BMBkji 101 ID 110 D ID of iui Wo Inlfrnimmr .sa mBlmMf(,,v&WW:5&mW!MiJUmEB "" VOL. XVIII. AFT IN ABSOLUTE CONTROL REDKXTIALS COMMITTEE IT HOLDS EVERY CONTEST DECI SION' OP NATIONAL COMMIT THE WILL OET HIG VOTE, (By Kenneth C. Benton.) Chicago, Juno 17. Secrotnry Taft caredly clinched nbsoluto control 1 the national Republican convon- len today, when after n session nst- 1 15 heirs tho credential commlt- tt by nn overwhelming majority, !lflcd the action of tho natlonu'. tmmittec in every contest over seats tbe convention. There was no real fight In the cmmlttee. Tho proposal to endorse (Continued on pugo flvo.) CniCAG05T PEOPLES BARGAIN HOUSE THE WHITE FAIR jn L L BWN 'sow In full progress at the CHICAGO STORE. All WhMo Goods throughout the storo are radically reduced. Thousands of Items to pics iroin. Now '8 tho time tor Kveryuoay io gvi &uurv ui iuus White Fair Bargains. Rend on I White Parasols ALL REDUCED M9, 5c, S5c. 08c 91.25 iilitl up India Linens ALL REDUCED Vd 7!,c, s'l-JJc, Oc, 12$e ami tip Light Calicoes ALL REDUCED 7S an4 a 1.3 Calicoes Now r duced to 5c Yd Dress Goods and Silks ILL REDUCED Vu. 15c, 25c, f(5c, -10c nnd up White Hosiery ALL REDUCED Pow 'Pair....i5e, 18c nnd 25c !!r Vests, now Oc White Waists ALL REDUCED 40p. 05c, 85c. 08c and $1.25 The Store That Saves You Money OOSEVELT'S RESIDENT DISPATCHES MARINES TO PROTECT PANAMA CANAL SKELETONS OF TEN ARE UNEARTHED IF CONVENTION.IN SAN BERNARDINO P0SSII1LY ANOTHER "MURDER FARM" LIKE THAT OP MRS. gunness rbuxi) ijy hoy WHO PARADES WITH SKL'LL. (United I'rrm Leased Wire.) Snn Bernardino, Cal., June 17. Great excitement prevails hero to day as a re-ult of tho dUcovery of soveral human skeletons In nn oxen vnllon In the heart of tho city. So far the hones of flvo persona, two women, two men and n child, have beon unearthed nnd tho digging Is still in progress. Hundreds of persons hnd gnthercd about the scene of tho growsoma And (Continued on Page 4.) Ladies Suits ALL RIJDUCED Now h your time to get Bar gains. ' "5x.,.".S."'J'.''0JM ,2?vr..,?.0.s.u.".o, .o.o SALEM. OREGON, NAMEailSES WARSHIPS SENT TO ISTHMUS SITUATION GRAVER INCREASING ALARM CAUSES PRESIDENT TO ORDER RAT TLESHIPS AND 1500 MARINES TO PANAMA. (United l'rtss (.court Wire.) Washington, Juno 17. Ronorta j recolved here today ns to conditions on thC Isthmus of Pnnnma stnto that j tho situation thcro Is growing grav er each hour and President Roosc volt todny direct tho nnvy depnrt mont to order tho battleships New Hampshire and Idaho nt onco to I Colon with 900 marines. Tho cruisers Tncomn nnd Prnlrlo nro already on route to Panama with ;300 marines, Thero will bo approx imately 1H00 marines on tholsthmuB I when tho olcctlona nro held' and it i Is thought that no attemnrwlll bo mndo to stir up trouble In tho faco of this Btnnd taken by tho United States government. Novel Fellowship Order. (United I'rtM I.ennert Wlre.i Nnvy Yard, Pugot Scind, Juno 17. A fellowship order, which prom ises to bo world wldo in Its member ship has jutt beon orgnnlzcd by of ficers of tho Atlantic fleet and world trnvelers of nolo who hnvo visited tho fleet since Its arrival In Pnciflr wntcr, under tho suggestive title of tho "Order of tho wnndorlust." Only those who, through spirit of ndvonture. scientific rosonrch or vol ' untnry military servlco hnvo vlRltod three continents nro ollglblo to mom. borship. Any nrmy or nnvnl officer ' who has attempted to oscnpo foreign servlco Is bnrred from mombershlp. I On Juno 15, of each yonr those I members pledgo themselvo to re- port to tho pathfinder of the order , their trnvollngs during tho yonr. Tho j adventures of all those ongnged In hnznrdous enternrlscs nre to be mil Ushed in n book. Tho objects of tho , order are to promote fellowsh'p. among those fond of travel nnd nd- venturo nnd to nsslst explorers In their undertakings Col. W. J. Cotton, of Now York, n famous globo trottor and until re cently secretary to John D. Rocke feller, was elected pathfinder; Sur geon Percy CrandaP, U. S. N., mem ber of the Lambs; olub nnd one of the mo:t widely known officers of the navy, was elected guiu; ray master Richard Hntton, U. S. N., a well known authority on Asln, crou pier, and H. Lee Clotworthy, of Lo Angeles, recorder of the trails. ""he fdg of the order is nn ennmsled world bnckod by gold tochos. The first badge made Is to be presented to Commander Robert Peary bofore his departuro for tho Arctic regions. Hnttleslilps After Uncord. (t'Blt! Treat Leaned Wire.) Nnvy Yard. Pug-t Sound, June 17 The battloshlp Goorgla will sail for San Francisco early Thursday morning and Incidentally will at tempt to bronk nil battloshlp speed records enrouto. The Georgia U tho acknowledged 6peed queen of the At. lanMc fleet, but her officers are de sirous of establishing a rocord. THOUSANDS IN SEARCH FOR HOY'S IJODY San Francisco. June 17. After a coonoh tnr nvr four dnys particl- nnto, in hv fullv 200 people, tho.icniiy won out. body of 10-year-old Cyril Robertson was discovered tins aiiernuu.i u. w.. Taft rorceg( wag not perturuea n of tho lakes of Golden Gate park off tJj ,jeinonBtratlon. He was smiling Twenty-fourth street. The body of , a3 ,,e waijeij across tho hall and wenr the lost child was recovered with , t0 tne 0l,0 g0etlon, where he grnpnllnsr hooks bv experts sent to!gnook nan(B w)th Charles P. Taft. aid In the search by the state nar- j,rotner 0( the seoretary. This he bor commission. , did with an air of perfect ease, but . thoro were some who thought It was STUCK IN MUD a sign of fear that he should con- AND IS DROWNED ,jder jt necessary to make such a nor Aberdeen Wash., June '17 -While tlceable public display of confidence unloading wood nt a mill dock on xne time of Ue ovation was car- the south side of the Chehalls rive. uy kept and it lasted exactly 49 Victor Whalen. aged 39. fell Into the minutes according to several time- rlvr and stuck Jn the mud in E'tch keepers," appointed In the press see- a manner that he could neither move tIf nor ca 1 for help and was drownel Den quiet was restored, Senator , WEDNESDAY, JUXfi 17, 1006 FOUR MORE YEARS CRY DELEGATES FOR HALF AN HOUR t TKI1I1Y REARS TOSSED IN AIR IJOURNE AND FAIRHANKS LEAD DEMONSTRATIONOR DER FINALLY RESTORED. (Uqltcrt I'rm Leased Wire.) Colisoum, Chicago, Juno 17. . When rjormnnout Chairman Lodgo mentioned tho nnme of Roosevelt this afternoon there waB n great cheor and whon he called him tho "much nuied but most popular President'-' thoro was n wild ova tion. Tho delegates from Nevada and others leaped to their feet and yelled at tho ton of their voices. It win noted, however, that the Ohio dele gates dldjjBpt ta!irtJnf.tJtMlcm. onstrattofiV .'tgFFyip& , . Scnntar Bourne, of Oregon, tho "second electlvo term" boomer, was nmong tno leaders in tho ovation. Mrs. Alico Roosovclt-Longwor'h covered hor fnco with hor hands dur ing the gront demonstration In hon or of hor fnther. She seemed to bo unnblo to control her feollngs. N. II. Fairbanks, of Springfield, 0., brother of tho vice prosjdont, stood on a chair in n special bal cony nnu icu tne ciuoring in ills vi cinity. When Charles P. Taft, brother of the secretary of war, was ailced what was tho slgnlflcnnco of tho demon stration, ho replied: "Thoro Is noth'ng In It; nothing at all. Just working off a little stonm." The wild cheorlng nnd yelling nnd waving of handB nnd huts continued for half nn hour. Sonntor Lodge or- dored tho bnnd to piny "Gnrry Owon." The crowd, knowing that It wns tho President's fnvorlto tun-, went Into still wilder demonstrations nnl the nolso Incredsed. Tho crowd then began yolllnst, "Four years morel Four, fcur, four years morol" Lodged smiled. Then Eomeono pointed out tho President daughto?. tho crowd turned toward ner. Alice took the grentest care not to do anything that would lend sup port to tho demonstration. Sno smiled,- then hid her faco again In her hands. It was evident sho was in n dlffioult position. A hugo Teddy hoar wns raised high In the air from the newspaper section and this still further In creased the volume of tho noise, which Boomed before to have reach d tho limit of human vocal possi bilities. Senator Lodge pounded on hi deek with tb gavel but the sound could not bo beard 20 feet in front of him. He waved his hands In an effort to restore order and pounded more. The crowd seemodto havo lost control and tho cheorlng con tit led. The big Teddy btar was toteel from tho newspaper section to tho Okluhomn deleuatlon. where it wn- placed In the soat of n delegate anJ i made (o wave us paws m nonor ui the cheering. """Two Oklahoma delegate ongnged In n personal fight over the posses sion of the bear and in the excite ment exchanged soveral blows before i they war parted. The ovation continued for 40 mlii nts. when It died a natural death. J the nnrtlclpants evidently being phys- jianager p. jr. Hitchcock, of tho AN OUTBURST TRIES TO KILL SELL AND WIFE WHILE HALF CRAZED DRUG FIEND ATTEMPTS SUICIDE AND MURDER SPOUSE HAD F.CFUSED TO REMAIN WITH HIM ROTH MAY LIVE. (United P.-t f.ensed Wire.) Los Angoloj, Cal., Juno 17. Hnlf crazed from tho effects of drugs and desperate because his wife, who hnd loft him, refused to ngnln llvo with him, Hnri)- .Radloy, of 120 Onk Btroot, today shot Mrs. Hadloy three tlmoB and then turned tho weapon upon himself. Tho womnn U hover ing botweon life end death, whllo Hndloy, who was taken to the pollct hospital will recover It Ib said. Thoro wero no witnesses to the at tempted murder nnd su cldo. Mrs .lUdtcA&4ivuu)lo' Is-, the 'ibrVast and nudomcu, walked ncrosj th,p rea yard of her home to the Mnrlhpfough scuooi oeroro Blic conitpied. Lodgo proceeded with his speech nnd concluded at 2:50 o'clock. During tho ovation Hags wore wnved, ennes were pounded on the floor, old men nnd young men Ienped up and down In tho nlslei. An Oklahoma dolcgntu took olf his coat and wnvod It wildly In the nlr, yelling frnntlcnlly, Congrcs'innn Lougworth snt with flushed face, biting his Anger, nails. The band plnyed "A Hot Timo In tho Old Time" In nn effort to stop tho demonstration but even that failed. Sonntor Chnuncey M. Dopow, of Now York, lost his uiunl composuu and wnved his handkerchief. A fnk'er canned much commotion by taking advantage of tho disorder to rush down tho main nlslo offering plctcirot of Hoosuvelt for sale. When It somed that the ovation was dying down tho Texas delegation prolong ed It several minutes by nil yelling In unison "Itooseveltl Roosevelt I Roosevelt!" Tho Now York dolegu tlou also hnd rinch to do with tho cheorlng nnd nioci of tho delegates In that division wero on thoir reel during the .ire time. The rosolirdon of Representative Bourk.e of Pennsylvania, which would restrict the representation of tho south In Republican convention i, was lost wh.n It was carried before tho convention this afternoon, after it hnd been beaten in commlttco. TO LIT TIIH AIIS. I.VFLF. KXCK IS TO LOT THEM HELP YOU. UXLKKH YOU THINK THAT A TK XTLKSN V V It N I S II K D ROOM IS I'ROFITAIILK, AD VKRTIHK IT1'HIXO A Liri'LE PEIJKIHTENCY. Willaniettc-Parlllc Consolidation Tho most Important buslne transacts! by the board of trftiatets of Willamette University at Its moot ing this morning wns tbe reduction In the numbor of trustees, and tho affiliation of tho Pacific Gorman Methodist conference with the uni versity. Slifjip Gets Contract- Thee ontract for ftirnlthlng tit Fourth of July fireworks or tho celebration at Salem has beon awarded to Watt Shlpp. Automobile For Sale First claw 35 horse-powtr, tourlng'car for salo cheap. Owner will guarantee car. Equlr at jMirnal office NO. 151 BI6 SUIT AGAINST MAGNATES GOULD AND GATES LOS ANGELES WOMAN AHKB FQJl JUDGMENT OF 12,500,000 COLORADO IRON COMPANY DISPUTE. i United IVms t.eaiert Wlre.t Los Angeles, Cat., Juno 17. Mrs. Flora M. Cassldny' of this city has brought Blllt ln tno courts of New York for 12,(100,000 and Qeorir , Gcild and John W. Gates nro num bered nmong tho defendants, Mrs. Cnsildy claims to own e Mi twelfth intorcst In tho Colorado Fuel fk Iron company's propertle i Colorado, which nre controlled by Gould and Gates. o MIIS. AUPERLK DROPS ,. . !KiVD-INvJMIPlMr. Mrs. J. A. Aupcrlo, of Jefferson, drop'p'od dean at her howou, X 10 o'clock Inst ovonlng. The cause was' ' heart fnlluro, and death came sud denly and without warning. " .Mrs. Auporlo. was the wlfo of J. A Auporlo, mnnngsr of the Jefferson; mills, nnd is well known In Sftlem where she resided about one year prior Io tho tlnto tho family removed-, to Joffcrfon. Mrs. Ajiperle. has'bef b fibjcct to henrt trouble for some years and whllo tho death Is very suddon, tho announcement in nqt r ' gront surprise Aside from th husband nnd two sons, th rcti nlstorB nnd n brother nt Jefferson, Mrs. Auporlo lonves tnanv t rolntlves nnd wnrm frlcmdti to mount her untimely departure. About 'two months ngo hsr sUtor, Mr, w. II. Stelnburh of this city passed1 nwny, und lnco thnt tlmo her mothor, Mm, J. S. Donby, has nlio boeiicrtllcd to tho gront beyond, l o Cuiiiinliirt Room HrlKlilOHH. The vice proildontlnl boom of Governor A. D. Ciuntnlnn. of Iowa, wnu rormnllv inunched today, under nu ngrooment with fnrtlonn of tho pnrty in Iowa and witn mo omcia White Houso stamp of approval, Pntintnr Itntllvor U yftlil to linVO beon eliminated from the race at u nicotinic of tho Iown doicgnuon at tvhlKli nil Mm ilnlnirntfix from that state pledged themsclves-to vote for cummins. One Iown dolegnte nnnouuceii mac ha tiful rnnnlvod noMtlvo ns.irnilC( that Rooiovolt was "willing for Cummins to bo nominated." Tnis, following tho nsssrtlon that Rooic vni nmi Tnft nntlflnil I ho manaKO''" at Chicago that clthor Dolllvor or Cummins would find luyor at inc White House, Is tnkon by many to think that the ndniln'stnitlon hat. settled on Cummins. John C. Montgomory, malinger or John Hays Hammond, In bis vM proMdentlal campaign, touny iu: "Hammond conauuy win ' ilnxail In nnrnlnntlnn. Ho will bU voted for solidly by several west nnn .Intli. ntl1 will lilt HUllDOrtOd strongly throughout tho oast " west. "It l probable that tho nomina tion speech will be mndo by a Colo rado orator, ns Hammond resided In that state for many yeark." O ' Abblgnll Scott Dunnlway of tho Ore- zation next wbb rucuivnw imu w,.-- ,'ore un laei - .J a-c au i,t: hiui it... bi. oimniinoftd Hint lie would cur ry hli light to tho floor of tho conven Imntely 1500 marlnos on tbe Isthmus 5 panonger Stoddarl-Dnyton '.m -& rr-n9mii Wi"" " '" " 'TtlBftTT'