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11 I I ' ' I " I ' . I .1. I,ll ' I 1 .1 . , 1 ' . s fl, u c if I Ikmraal VOL. XVIII. SALEM. OREGON, FRIDAV, JULY 10, 1008 NO. 171 RYAN AND KERN CH1CE OF DEMOCRATS ASKS FOR $40,000 DAMAGES AGAIN ST THE OREGON ELECTRIC COMMONER GETS BIG MAJORITY SEEK TO IMPEACH JURIST TO PUBLISH REPUBLICAN DONATIONS MADE UNANIMOUS ANTI-GRAFT JUD6E.T0 CAUSE OF TAFT OVATION AFTER SELECTION LASTS AN' HOUR AND FIFTEEN MINUTES CONVENTION IN SESSION ALL NIGHT. , . 'United Pre I.enscd Wire.) ' Denver, July 10. (Dy John E. Novnns, Staff Correspondent of the United Press.) The . delegates nro I tired today. Tholr voices nro husky and their appearance that of men who have been through n trying or- ( Continued on pneo five.) CONDEMNED ACTION OF HIGHEi HITCHCOCK AND SHELDON CON. COURTS IN RELEASING RUEF AND SCHMITZ UNKNOWN HACKERS OF ACTION. (Uolt'd Pros I.enicd Wire.) San Francisco, July 10." Charles J. Pence, brother of Lafe Pence, to- FER AND AGREE TO GIVE PUIU I LICITY TO CAMPAIGN FUND NO EVASION OF LAW. (UnlUd TrrBs Leased Wlre.i Hot Springs, Vn., July 10. At ri conference hero today It was decided day refused to dlscloso tho names of ' that money contributed to the Ro tho jibrsons back of the petition hi publican party for tho Taft campaign hnB filed with tho supremo, cburtnak- Ing tho debarment of Judgo Dunne. Attorney E. E. Cochran filed the po "'"Continuo ft on met elgnt)'. shall bo recorded and the names'' of tho doners nnd tho men who receive It will be? made public. Thfs an- TOWN I1 ii IS BURNING RAPIDLY i , GRAM) FORKS, B. C. LOSS S ALREADY TWO HUN- STORES, AND DRED THOUSANDS nil - HOTELS, TELEGRAPH TELEPHONE ARE WIPED OUT. (United I'reta Lenied Wire.) Van.co.uver, B. C, July 10. (Noon.) According to a report ro celVed here thetown of Grand ForkB, B.' C, jb burring and the biulnos section 'is threatened. Already 14 stores, eight hotelB, telegraph and i I DEMOCRATS frlTUNE -K CniCAGOISTME PEOPLES BARGAIN HOUSE OF PLATFORM RAILROAD COMPANY IS SUED FOR BIO DAMAGES Crowds Attend Our CLEARING SALE THE PEOPLE KNOW THE STORE THAT GIVES THE VALVES. NO MERCY SHOWN TO PRICES DURING THIS SALE. ALL DE PARTMENTS ARE REPRESENTED. IF YOU WANT. THIS SEA. SON'S LATEST MERCHANDISE COME TO OUR STORE AND 'SEE THE LOW PRICES WE ARE ASKING. SI 00 Chamy Mercerized Silk Gloves all colors and black elbow lengths. Clearing Price, pair 69 Soiled Sheet, Pillow Cases and White Bed Spreads at Clearing Prices. 5,000 Yards of Wtuh goods ntu-t go. Clearing Prices on fhem all from 5c a yard up. 5 c Dress Goods ' w ard 25 i s"r Dress Goods P ft rd 49cl ! c Silks, all oolors- lYard Clearing Prices On all our Ladles' Suits, Dress I Skirts and Shirt Waists, also on all our Millinery and Featbera, 25 95c Dregj Silks, all color " d 49 I -olderles that were 10c ind 12'. c aril. nnw nnlv KA ,--..., w Tf W , And to rn along the line. . Sun Bonnets 9c; Men's 25c S'raw Hats, 10c; Men's Overalls, now I'm Boys' 25c Waists, now ": Bojs' Wash Suits, 39c and 9c; Je t Standard Calicos, yard 3c. jl y li I v n Mm v MP Rejolco at awakening of people and gmft investigations. Denounce ndminlMmtlon "bureaucracy" for adding 23,781 office, holdera during last year at cost of $10,150,000. Denounce as heedless wnsto of people's money action of last count-ess In making appropriations amounting to 91,008,000,000, or 00,000,000 moro than Inst year's expense and leaving a "deficit of more than ?(IO,. 000,000. Demand curbing of speaker's power In hotifrc and "gng" rule. Condemn PreMdent'a tme of high oHIce patronage to secure nomina tion of cnlilnet officer (Taft). Demand publicity of campaign fund.. Denounce dodging of Rcpuhll can congress in not passing such n bill. Opjmjso attempt to centralize power In federal government to detri ment of states' rights, Welcomo tariff revision, "Endorso reform in banking lawa nnd establishment' of Postal Sav ings Imnks. Demand improvement In water ways. Opposo ship suUsldles. Regulation and valuation of railroads, proliiblting them from en. gaging in business in which they compete with shipper.. Endorse nntl. pass nnd rebate laws. Pledge, support for protection of citizens home and abroad. De mnnd V. S. passport be j-ecopjlzed and reipecteI all over the world. Demand labor leaders anti-lnjunctlon law. Recognize rights of Ja bor to nnlto for protection. Favor admission of New Mexico and Arizona as separate states. Regulation of gmzing lands. Stand for independence of Philippines; Oppose Asiatic immigration uphold "adequate" navy. JAMES F. WHITE ASKS 910,231.10 , DAMAGES FROM OREGON ELECTRIC FOR INJURIES : KNOCKED FROM TRESTLE. i (United rrots .ennl Wlre. James F. White, a laborer- recently employed by tho Oregon Electric Hallway company, brought suit thta morning ngninst tho company for $,40,251.50 damages for Injuries bu falned whllo working on t'ho railway t're'stlo nenr Lake Lnblsh last Febru ary. '''-. The complaint 'alleges that It wan the,. habit of tho palntera employed ,by ..tho' cqinp.liuteMJMflttsiMS fpalntlng, hiatorlnls from one'doot tf' anqtljer ,by means ,.o;tlirfiSr1ru.C,4 velocipedes propelfcd by hand, n.ufl foot power, and that tjtp workmen on tho tretlo -were accustomed to stop to tho edge of tho ties, giving tho vehlclo a clenr space of one- foot In which to pass. On Februnry 5, according to tho complaint, one of the pontons by the namo of Splcker came down the trcstlo with a board which projected somo'two feet, attached to his car. White says that he did not seo the board, but that he stopped ,nldo ns usual. Splcker, ho claims, .cave no warning, and was, coming at ii dan gerous rate of speed. White was struck down nnd thrown from tho bridge to tho ground 18 feet below, spraining his back, parnlyzlng his legp, and Injuring him internally. Tho complaint further states tint Whito has beon uuablo to work slnco the accident, and that ho will nlways be a cripple. Whito demands dam ages in the sum of $-1040 besides his physician's, surgeon's nnd host pltal foes. Frank Holmes is tho at torney for tho plaintiff. INDIANAN - FINALLY" SELECTED BY ACCLAMATION M'NEIL, TOWNE, GRAY 'AND HOWELL WITHDRAW WHEN DIRKCTION OF CHOICE IS SEEN CONVENTION ADJOURNS. (United l'reti LenncO Wire.) 0,.O..Q..Q0 O. O 0O,.0.0. O O . - .History of Kern,.-- .. O Q 1849 Born, Dec. 20, Howard O O county, Ind, O O 1809 Graduated University of O o Michigan. . l ,.- O 6. 1885-9 Reporter for tho. su- O O prcmo court of Indiana. O O .18Q2-G Btnjo senator. p O 1897-1001 City attorney at O O " Indianapolis.. O b 1900l'.n4Tjuccc83ful.,cttPd-r O O IdatVfor 'governor' of" Indiana O Ol05--iReeTv-ed compllmentacy O O vote of hlj party for United O O Stntp senator. O ovo o' O O O O 0,0 o o 9 WHIPPED DAUGHTER WITH A RLAOK-SNAKE 52.50 White Linen Dress Sklrti, Handsomely made Clearing Price $1.49 SI. 00 White India Linen Shir; Waists, Handsomely Trimmed with embroidery, now,,. 49 Ladles' Swell trimmed S5 Hats, now only 2.50 Ladles $15, S18 and $25 Suls, the latest, S8.50, 110.50 and $12.50 sale on. nouncement wa? made by George R. Sheldon, treasurer of the party's na tional committee, after a consulta tion with Frank II. HItohcock. tho campaign manager. Tho publicity to be given the handling of tho campaign funds is in accordance with the New York law. Sheldon in his announcement, de clared that nono of the money would b shipped out of the state to evade the law. . o FAMOUS AMBASSADOR IJRYCE TO TOUR PACIFIC COAST telephone offices wiped out. Lois $200,000. James Bnrnsuy, of Malo, Wash., was burned to death In the fife at Grand Fork,, B. C. o ATLANTIC RECORD BROKEN (United 1'rtM I.eaied WrM San Francisco, July 10. It wa (United Pms I.etueO Wlre.i New York, July 10 Every recorJ announced here today that James M. , jjner Lusitanla when she arrived In Bryce, British ambasiador to th United States, will tour the Pacific coast in March. Ambassador Bryce was smashed by the giant Cunard quarantine at 5:33 this morning (United l're Leaie Wire.) Fremo, Cal., July 10. With tears rolling down her choeks, pretty 17-yoar-old Delia Fugato stood up bo fore a Jury In tho police court nnd bared hor shoulders to exposo rod waits and deop gaiho put there wltn ft black snake by her father, F. G Fugate. The girl told tho court that she did not want the trial to go on bocnuso she was afrn'd that hor father wouid whip her again. When she was di rected to tell her story to tho court, however, she said that her father had forced her Into a bedroom and whlppod hor with a blnok snake Fugate was found guilty. Ho wlH bo sentenced Tuesday. o AMERICAN WINK MEDAL AT INTERNATIONAL KIIOOT will see tho west for the first time; The Cunarder left Liverpool July 4. when he makes tho trip. The object 'She crossed the Atlantic in four days (he Store That Saves Yon Money of the English statesman's visit will be to lecture at Berkeley where he will give tho E. T. Erie course before the Pacific theological seminary. Professor Adam Smith, of the Uni versity of Glasgow, will be Joint speaker with" Bryce 19 hours and 30 minuter, which Is 31 minutes faster than her previous record. Her best day's run was from noon July 5 io noon July 0, when she logged 643 knots better than she (United Pren Lu.d Wire. London, July 10. America won first honor in the 200 meter event at the international shooting tourna ment at BUley today, scoring 42S points. Sweden was second with 423. Walter Wlnans, the American who yesterday tied Rankin, the Eng lishman, In tho double shot running deor event, shot off the tie today, easily capturing the match. Wlnans wa also second in the single shot has ever made before in the same (running deer event, winning the sll- length of time. vcr medal. Auditorium, t)onvor, July lO.-r-Joht W. Kern, of liullana, waa nominated by acclamation tho Democrats' notnt- neo for tho Vico presidency nt tH6 convention thlo afternoon. After Clnrk, Howell, of Cloorgla, Charles A. Towno, of Now York, Judgo Qryof Dolownre, ond McNIol, of Connecticut had been named and atorwarda with drawn from tho race, Tho conven tion tho adjourned at 4:24 o'clock sine die, How It Proceeded. It wnB a question of "Where, oh where are tho delogateH?" whon tho clock struck one. this nftornoon. Long boforo that hour the gallorica had filled with tho same cheerful lot of curiosity seokers that havo boon proa ont over slnco tho opening day, But nt 1 o'clock, tho hour set for tho dolegates to re-a'somblo, 'there woro less than half a hundred In tholr seats, But those few woro a bUBy lot of wen. They roallzod their re spomlblllty and showed Jt by tholr utternncos. As Dologato McNeil, of .Texas, put It: "Why this It tho first tlmo In my memory that tho delegates thorn eoIvob havo aotually had a chnnco to namo a candidate for vico president lot nlono president. It la refreshing !n t uoluuena&g." Other dologatos said the s'atna thing. And so they gnthorod In llt- tlo knots of two and throo and dls- ousBed tho'r Individual candidate1) whllo tho "fair women and bravo men" In the spectators' seals munch ed gum nnd pns od sareastlo com ments on the appoaranoe of tho timid little courtier of Miss nomooracv who were slowly straggling In. Tho decorations In tho hall word also showing signs of wonr as a ro- Btdt of last night's demonstration. The eagloB suspended above the speaker's rostrum wore bent out of shape ond many of their pin foathors had beon torn out by souvenir hunt ers. But tho big, smiling pictured face of tho loader of tho party still hung undisturbed In Its placo Just above the speaker's stand, the mo.t conspicuous fixture, in the hall. Atuood for Chairman, Denver, Colo., July 10. An ap parently reliable report was circu lated that J. II. Atwood of Kansas, Is tho man selected for chairman of tho Domocrntlo national committee to succeed Thomas Taggart of Inlana. ' Jt 1 understood that Atwood Is satis tt'onilnued on Pagd 8.) V eJ