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10 OVATION TO REPUBLICAN CANDIDATES
-" ' ' ' ! . -, . - . ' . -
XPLOSION
flOSEVELT
60ES TO
HIS NOME
J. OYSTER BAY1
t'HESIDK.VJP AND FAMILY LEAVE
ON ANNUAL VISIT "THANKS
HUH AMERICAN PEOPLE" FOR
WOHK ACCOMPLISHED.
i United Press I.cns1 Wire.)
Washington, Juno 20. President;
Roosevelt, nccompun'ed by his wife,
Ms (laughter, Ethel, nnd hU Eon,
Jucntin, left Washington nt 0:lrt
clock todny for the President's nu-
mml summer visit to Oyster bay j
rhe President wob nccompanled to
i denot by n crowd of officials nnd
L .
irrniig nnu guaruou uy secret serv
ice men,
Secretnry William Locb accompn-
nlcd President RoosoVoIt'B party, ns
aid Assistant Secretnry Forester,
Ci1ICAG0STM
PEOPLES BARGAIN HOUSE ,
THE WHITE FAIR
j A L L
Is now In full progross nt tho CHICAGO STORE. All WhMo Goods
throughout the store me radically reduced. Thousands of Items to
Pick from. Now 's tho tlmo for Everjbody to get n shnro of thoso
White Fnlr BnrgnltiB. Rond on
White Parasols
ALL REDUCED
40c, C.V. 88c. OHc 91.2.1 nnd up
India Linons
ALL REDUCED
Vd 73c, 8 l-3c, l)e, !2JSc nnd up
Light Calicoes
ALL REDUCED
7 H and 3 1-3 Calicoes
Now reduced to 5c Yd
Dress Goods
and Silks
ALL REDUCED
Yd. 13c, 25c, a.1c, 10c nnd up
White Hosiery
ALL REDUCED
xw ralr. . . ,15c 18o and 25c
Summer Vests, now Oc
White Waists
ALL REDUCED
4c, 03c, 85c. 08c nnd $1.23
The Store That
TO NEGLECT THE
M
ON BIO
AEslBtnnt Secretary Lattn remained
nt Washington to be the chief Pooh
Bah of the executive offlces until tho
Pre.ldent returns. 'vfo "
Before he left for his summer out
Ing, the President was reminded by
one of his frlcndB thnt ho had earn
ed his vacation.
"Don't wa-tc any sympathy on
me," he replied In n hearty voice, "I
havo enjbyad every minute of my
term of ofllce and my thanks nro duo
to the American people and not
thelr's to me for the opoprtunlty T
havo had to sorve them. I have had
a perfectly corking time."
STRIKE ON IN
COLORADO COAL FIELDS
(United I'ress I.ensed Wlre.i
Denver, Colo., June 20. Dissatis
fied with tho conditions undor which
they wore working, 2600 miners em
ployed In the northern Colorado con1,
fields have quit work, determine 1
to remain out until their employers
grnnt their demnndB.
The strike donlers declared today
thnt a sufilclent number of men to
operate the mine cannot bo secured
nnd that in all probability they
wou'd remain Idle for eomo timo.
They sny the men w'll not return to
work until they are promised an in
crease in wages.
AUbouph King Leopold got off
from be'ng n witness by pleading
diplomatic Immunity, his chauffeur
wa-i fined SI 10 for Injuring n blcycln
rid r whl'e nklng h'a majesty for
nn nirlng.
Ladies Suits
ALL REDUCED
Now L oar t!m to get Bar
gains. $15 and nSSuU
Sow SH..10, S1U.OU
Saves You Money
w
M I
'Ml
RIGHT WAY WHEN YOuWtRYING TO
m m 109 v w m
j m I dCaggtv zli . a.
1 1 MMHBIflMMfi 1 1
SALEM. OREGON, SATLvHI)Ajj JUNE SO 1008
SHIP KILLS SIX AND INJURES THIRTY
TAFT IS
GIVEN AN
- OVATION
-v';
TRIUMPHAL MARCH
CINCINNATI RUNS WILD FOR
"RILL" AND SHERMAN QUAN
DRY OVER CAMPAIGN MAN
AG Kit HITCHCOCK DECLINES
(United Press I.rnsnl Wlre.i
Clnc'nnntl, 0., Juno 20. The cen
ter of Republican activity was today
transferred from Chi in to thlB lv
, has tho appearanco of Presidential
I election tlma, so great is the en
thusiasts. I William II. Taft arrived from
Washington nt 8.20 o'clock nnd wo
grottod nt tho station by a tromen
I (Ioub throng who cheered und made
n wild demonstration.
I James S. Sherman, tho vice preil
I d"ntlnl candldnte, had arrived from
Chicago 15 mlnutcH earlier, wiyi
Charles P. Taft pud tho aub-commlti
tco of tho national Repuhtlca'n com
mittee, wjilch will confer hero, today
on tho appointment of n pcrmnnem
chnirmnii to mnnngo tho cnmpaln,
Shormnn and tho national com
mlteo woro glvon almost as great an
ovation nn Tuft himself, ns tho
crowd wn- primed and nnxtoiiB to
show Its enthuslnsm.
Two bands were nt tho stntlon nn 1
carriages had bcon prepnred for u
parade through tho city. The line
of tho procession through his horn
city was n, continuous triumphal
march.
Tho streots woro blocked all alone
nnd women and children and ol)
men, scarcely nblo to hobble, woro
out to choer "Our noxt Prosldont."
Thero woro cries of "Cincinnati's
president" nnd "Our own prosldont"
all along tho lino. Tho crowd toel:
un tho "y3ll" of tho convention,
"Tnft, Tnft, William II. Taft!"
Tho pnrndo, led by tho bnnds.
mndo It- way to tho rosldencc of
Charles P. Tnft, but It had to nro
ceod slowly. At Fourth nnd Rnce
BtreetH u big bunch, of Amerlcnn
beauty roses was thrown Into Taft's
cnrrlnge and ho rocolved them with
much apparent plcasuro. A street
howkor who had been following tho
Tnft carrlngo playod on n fluto
nhone nnd In n moment of enthus
iasm throw tho Instrument Into tho
carriage and It fell into Tuft's pocrf
et. Tho crowds nnd tho bands drew up
In front of tho Ta't rosldonce whore
the demoiiFtrntlon lnsUd several
minutos. The candidates bowed nnd
ml'od and waved to tho crowd.
Then he soring out of the carriage
with surprising nir'Mtv for n mnn oi
SI- . --
vn'''"d llrhtly up the stem
nrd at thu door timM and waved
to the rowi a- ho entered. i
Qiijuiilry OUM' .tiniingcr.
It Is undorstood thnt Taft 's in n
ouandry regarding the appointment J
of a cnmpalgn manasor, Tho eul-
committee and Shormnn name heie
at his roquest to talk the matter
over. . I
The Ohio contingent holds that ,
the nermanent chairmanship of tho
national rommlttoo should go eltrrQlI(liter ,,8t for tj, pur note of
Arthur I VorvB. tho first Ta't
mnnngor, or to former Governor
Mvron T. Horrlck. Ohio. Many mom
ber of the national committee In
sist that Frank II. Hitchcock, who
managed Taft'i campaign tor ine
nomination on U' nring nno. is hoi ( -.i...
entltld to the nlace but l the beet . J() nHUVlU)
onulnped man yot suggegteil. ,..vnl.(, imcntr.HY
The members of the sub-rommit-1 , A7 , ii ..
tea hore are General Powell Clayton., Cltel I'm. I.e-sid Wlr.i
of Arkansas: Former Governor! San FrnncUoo. June 20 t has
Mvron T Herrlck of Ohio; Frank been announced todav that the fa
il Kellosre of Minneseta: Charles mom Occidental hotel, known
Xaglo of MUaetirl: E. E. Hart, jf , tbroughwit the entire oHntry and
iow-n- Senator Borah, of Idahe: B. ' for years the headquarters of army
C Duncan, of North Carolina, and t and navy officers In thl city, U to
Frank O Lowilen. of Illinois. I be rebuilt on the old site on Mont-
Frank II HUcbcock was offered gomery street,
the management of tho national R- Since the Are tho property has re
nubllcan campaign but ho decllnwl malned unimproved, but Richard
and so far no selection has Uoen t Burke, one of the principal owners,
made Us 'w -. th, oitK IBaklpg arrange
. I intnta for rebuilding US famoua
iui ,HhOfftlry. Next to the Palace, the
The highway, like a building, is 0oaW(aj was imt known In
nothing to brag of without a solid , the west and old tlmori hall the
foundation and a good roof. The new of the rebuilding with much
road drag will mako the last. plea?ure.
. TTILS
i
. RIO CEMENT PLANT
1 FOIt WASIIIXfiTnV
united Press I.ensed Wire.)
Belllnghnm. Wash.. Juno 20.
Tho Dalfour-Guthrlo company, tho
cement, importers of Liverpool, Eng
land, hnfe decided to build n cement
1 plant In Whatcom county that will
cost $1,000,000.
i Alexander Guthrie, senior mom-
I ber of the firm, arrived In this city
i Q3t night nccompnnled. by Alex
j nnder Balllle, of Tncoma, R. A. Mc-
i wiuinras, oi san irancisco, ami T.
W. B. London, of Portland, to mako
an examination of the company's
1 properties which comprise ono thou
'sand ncres at Kendall.
Outhrlo and Balllle, who Is n
member ,of tho firm, admitted last
nigijt rnat tho plnnt Is nssttred. To
bsgln thd preliminary work, Richard
McWIlUams, scientific cement engi
neer of Toronto, Canada, will arrive
hero and begin the preliminary work
noxt weak. To McWilllnmB belongs
the tn-k of deciding whether IJell
Ingham or Kendal) shall become the
slto for the plant.
The proposed plant will bo a du
plicate of tho cement works nt San
Joes, Cal,
Tho operation of the plnnt will
mean that COO men will be given por
monont employment. "''' ' '
KILLED BY
;: HIS HOME
DESTROYER
iPn1fJ ITi-m f.ensfd Wire.) '
Dps Mo'nes, Iowa, Jrjrje 20.
Frank Parker, a bulnsi mnn of
Denvor, died near Kellogg today
from wounds received yesterday
whllo ho wns trying to kidnnp his &-year-old
daughter from tho homo of
his wife. Pnrksr was shot by George
Young, of'Denver, a former business
pnrtner.
Parker enmo hero sovernl davn
ago and started to search for 'hli
fwifo and child. Ho told friends thnt
Young hnd Induced his wife to leavo
him nnd that the couple were llvin,;
nonr here somewhere. Ho located
the pnlr near Kellogg and went to
tho house to tako his child awny
from her mothor. Young objcqtol
and In tho row shot his former part
ner. o
CLAIMS A
FRAUD OF
$70,000
( United Press I.ensed Wire 1
San Francisco, June 20. AccorJ
Ing to witnesses who will appenr be
fore the federal grand Jury here tho
Dunknrds of Pennsylvania, pnrtlcu
'nrly the wealthy religious colonic
nt Mnnhelm nnd Lancn'tOr, have
contrlt'itGil the past two yonrs, more
tlinn $70,000 toward tho develop
mnt nt tli nil rflmnnnles. tho uretit
or wr of which, they eln'm, has dU
Mupenrtxl Into the coffers of the pro
motert liibtoad of going to develoji
the properties.
itev. cnnritfi g.
Madeira and Win
eiB. two Dunknrds, r now
jB thN city Inveitlgatlng the Mount
Hftmiitoti IjujiI &, Oil oompan and
lik9 Esperanto Land & Oil company
in which they say the Dunknrds of
ptnnsy.vaBla are heavily intereateil.
Thv ,aMe it the way from the
preetMBg cbargei against J. I-.
Krauee and hi avoclates In thd
two oil comuaitloe, whom they say
have never accounted for nearly
$15ft,000 oonU (bated by the Dim-hard..
FIND WORK? TRY A
i
lanrnal
SIX ARE
KILLED BY
EXPLOSION
THIRTY WOUNDED
RIO STEAMER HLOWS UP EX
ACT NUMHER OF DEAD .AND
HURT UNKNOWN SEVEN ARK
.MISSING.
(Unlt'.Hl I'ress I.ensed Wire.)
Philadelphia, Penn., Juno 20. It
Is believed thnt half a dozen men
lost their lives as tho result of an
explosion on board the Hamburg
Amerlcnn stenmor Arcadia horo to
day. Tho ship has been practically
doBtroyod by fire.
Chief Ofllcer Kruger, of tho Ar
cadia, was bndly burned about tho
face and hnnds whllo rescuing tho
Injured, who would have been burn-
UM to doath If It had not been for hU
heroic work. Ho rushed Into the
ship amid tha roaring llamoi, nnd
with tho n'd of member of tho
crow carried out tho bodies of two
doad nogroes nnd sixteen InJureJ
men.
The roll call this nftsrnodh show
thnt n scoro of men nro- musing'.
Mony wero seen to Jump ovorbonrd
nnd somo nro believed to havo been
(irowneu. Twenty-nv? men woro
bolow tho hntches when tho cxnlo
fllnn ripourred mill It la tint knnwr
wliothor all of them got out bofore
tho Intense heat forced back the roi-1
cuers. .
. Thirty aro known to havo been
Injured, according to tho list made
up by tho ship's officers, and It is
feared thnt ono-thlrd of these will
not survlvo.
The uteamer, which carried a gen
oral freight cargo, settled down In
to tho mud and It 1b believed her en
tlro Intorlor has been destroyed by
tho ilotnoi. Flro bonts hnvo boon
pouring water Into hor hold but the
flro had sproad beyond control be
foro they arrived.
Nothing Inflammable appenrs ou
tho list of the Arcadia's cargo and
theonly explanation is that the ex
t.
plosion wns caused by gas.
i SSm "In ibSbS, ,.. ""norS
ISS'-S.a.ll w "Sir ' g 'S
tho timo of the explosion.
OWNS B0OO ACHE
OF KOREAN .MINES
M'nlted Press I.eised WJre i
8nn Frnnolsco. Juno 20.. Adolph
Ottlngor, a retired broker of this
dty, Toft for Chicago today to mnke
arrangements to form n syndicate to
mino for gold near Seoul. Korea. He
has rcco'ved word that his title to
)00 acres of placer claim In Korea
1ms been adjusted at a conforenee
between the American amltasendor
to Japan and the Japanese rnklent
general at Seoul and li elated over
what he ays Is a chauce to make n
big 'ortuno.
A srndlrato compoeed of himself,
Mre. B. O. McCormlck of Chicago
and her brothers, Charlee and Henry
Frank of Cincinnati and Joelt
Deehler or the tame rlty, wIM work
the claims wRh dredgers to be bu'lt
In this country.
WASHINGTON RNDANOKRHD
HV RIG I'LOODS
(VuMhA Iros Leasei Wire.)
Woodland. Wash . Juno 20. I ",""'" c,n" """ "" "'
2!2l.f!J:rJSeuWli!L ItlWUw- here that the roe-
GiTrlvM from theiV home, by' one
of the worst Uo(h that has vlsltelg"-
ir )ri oi iiiw iiius hi jonre.
The waters of the LewU river are
svorflowlng their banks and floml -
Ing the bottom west nnd south of
the Columbia river. At Woodland
...! of the river the north
fork U now 16 fee During the
prcent week tht wntor bai littn
rl.g at the "tte r three Incbee
day A little hay bM he e it
whan tho floods aame the rot
() "J
b almost a total ios.
ii
This is an oio '"Feed" but will
Hand repenting; "The i a title
1HII B MIS SF wrw- -----
and relenting; "Tbor i a tide
the. affairs of grasi? Ttch Ii taken
Its bloom leads on to good hajf."
in
la
JOURNAL
WANT AD
No. mi i
IXYC1TINO RACE OF "GEORGIA."
(Wireless to United Pross.)
By H. Leo Clotworthy.
U. S. S. Georg'n, at Sea, Juno 20.
The Georgia Is still tho sea queen
ot tho battleship (loot. Under her
natural drift nnd rnclng through '
Moderate sea beam, tho Georgia In,
a upeod trial south from Capo Flat
tery on Friday averaged 18.02 knotrf
per hour on tho nlno hour run, and.
19.02 knots under forced draft on
a four run. ,
Tho tecord bents tho builder's
trial speed of tho ship, though on
tho run Just complotcd tho Georgia
was moro henvily loaded and was
drawing three feot and eight Inchoj
moro water,
No other battleship in tho navy
has equalled this record even under1
more favorable circumstances. The.
same splendid esprit do corp whlth
marked tho record brcak'lng conltns
sowli bv tho Goorgln crow In tho
speed run.
Mombert of tho crew, nftor n tour
of deck duty, volunteered servlco In
tho flro room, but tho flro room forco
In-luted on being allowed to finish
tho run without nsslstanco,
Tho crew of tho Goorgln, which fa
known nB tho happiest ship In tho
navy, Is determined Ho go nftor all
navy records and fully oxpcctB to ro
pent Its nchlovcmcnt8 of last year
when tho ship won tho gunnor'n
prize In tho bnttlo prnctlco.
Friday morning a lino of seething
water dotted with black bodies
loomed v before tho Hlilp in remark
able resemb'nnco to breakers. Tho
officers on deck wero startled for a
moment until It was dlHcovorod thnt
tho rripposed threatening rockH and ,
breakers wero a school of whales
ougnged In a bnttlo royal.
This morning tli? weather Is very
thldr-wlth rnln, Unlese blnnketed
In (og, tho Georgia wl arrjvo at
flan .Francisco nt 3:30 UilsnfterhooH
:, ROOSEVELT
ENCOURAGES
SPRECKELS
i Untied I'ress (.eUed Wire)
Son Frnnelsco, Juno 20 "You
hnvo heart breaking dimcult!cn with
which to contend You hnvo to fight,
not ou'y tho banded pnworn of ovll,
but tho suplnenois and liidlrforenco
of many good men upon whoso iouU
oils Btipport you had n right to fool
thnt you could roly."
Thus writes President Roosovelt.
in n letter to Rudolph
n letter to Iludo Inn Hnrecklon.
which wni mado nubile today, offer-
2MKH -S-
, -Jtta lh. Kr;( prn..;
lotler "You are In a fight for nlaln
docency, for the pluln democracy of
the plain people, who believe In hon
esty nnd In fair dealing as between
man and man."
RACING
DEAD IN
COLORADO
(I'nltfd I'reis I.ensed Wire I
Denver, Colo., Juno 20. Tlioro
were no rncea Rt Overland park to
day and It Is unllkolv that thero will
lift any more racing here this soAson
The police have bften directed to ar
rest anyone caught lnlun a wage
on the races and the booklet are not
anxious to buck against tho deter
mined spirit abroad.
An auuoal has been taken from
Hie decision of Judge Oarltoii II
Bliss, who. sitting In the district
eourt, has held that raoo track gam-
I l.ll.. 1 -J ..l..l IU. lr...... r.t
8 ! Wninonti Kill-
-o-
' I'nri'ii'K min'i1
,ul " n 0,,u' v ,.oi.kiMAN
i wM Vum lni wire .
( f,ftrinllli nr inB an.. Two
'" ta, TtiJd.j SiforlnB fro.
SK.Cl.VoSs atlTspoclul
, f) flr, th( ,0to oc
, lh lt f r,0l
, JJg-b',0eg'nt fty, tho
W . , ,, , ,otl Uj
I uu ftlirtlfit ftBli
A large number of the Tongues ot
Flro wox9 throwing theiuBolvo. on
the ground In a lent at Mount Tabor
and screeching and peaking lounuiy
V' ff w r- V -- - -. -. - , -
and screeching and peaking loundly
when tho youtlis nppeurod on tho
,gcene b nt o avuslni; theuuelui.
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