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FOUR KILLED IN A WRECK NEAR EUGENE
SOUTH DAKOTA TOWN
(t'nlted l'rc Leased Wlro.)
New York, Aug. 24.'r-"Captaln
Peter C. Halns, U. S. A., slayer of
i William E. Annls, olthor has gone
itirk rand today or la doing somo
the best shamming over aeon In
1 He York Jnll.
Ho seems to havo forgotton ail
tboat the killing of Annls and a
ymmb with tho alnglo Idea that
kmutt report to his sunorlor omen
it Fort Hamilton bofore noon today
ika bit leavo of absence expires.
' A doublo watch has been placed
MOBS AFTER JAIL
(Continued on oann (our.)
. (Uuttcd rre lncd Wlro.)
Constantinople, via Plovdiv, Aug.
24. This city h In a turmoil today
following tho arrest of several of
tho defaulting officials of tho old re-
glmo and Grand Vlzlor Klamll Pacha
Is having a hard tlmo to provent tho
mobs fronl taking tho prisoners forc
bly from tho jail and killing them.
The report that Klamll Is negotiat
ing .with tho British for tho loan of
English army officers, to ro-organlzo
(he Tark'sk, army to provent tho
radicals frosa dethroning the sultan
Tconltiofl Ton i Page 4."j
JUMPS TRACK AND
TURNS OVER '
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Eugene, Or., Aug. 24. As a re
Bult of one of tho worst railronc-
WILL NOT DISCUSS
PREPARED FOR ANY
(United. Tress I.cnucd Wire.)
Hong Kong, Aug. 24. Tho Chi
nese government today declined
PEOPLES BARGAIN HOUSE
FIVE DAYS' SALE
OF TERRIFIC PRICE CUTTING
SOW IS YOUR TIME TO GET HAHGAINS. WE ARE SLAUGHTER
ING IMUCKS HIGHT AND LEFT ALTj OVKIt THE STOUE HEAD ON
Hundreds of yards, of Pretty
rtalu , i,awu aad Dlmftloa
3V, VC AM) 5
2'c ml ir,c Qrtw llngham,
, 1 it, yard-
S 1 3(S 0 AND 10
1Q !-.n-u Udl fat Colored
Hc'!r, n. a n tale at, pair -10,
12H(IANMI 18 '
Odd nzos la Ladles' Summer
Cndenvear at Small Prices. Each
8, 10S 12,(i, 15
MuMn rnderwftiir .iivhtiv
at HALF WHCE. SklrtC,
Der and Qowns.
25, 30, 40(i, 65
1W dozen Lad(6a. Fancy
TM e OHHt Covers, now
'tiL.j a iw
Mm iMw I
Now on exhibition. Como and
see the Low Prices wo can glvo
you on them.
Prices Slaughtered on Ladles'
Fancy Lawu Shirt lYta.
$1.00 Waists -
Now ,.,.; ,....49
Now ,.,...... .98
Prices cut Away Down on the
following goeds: Muslins and
Sheetings, Table Linens, Men'
Furnishings, Clothing, Shoes,
Corsets, Gloves, Parasoh, Fura,
Silk Petticoats, Nations, Lace3,
Ribbon?, Embroideries and Fancy
wrecks In tho history of Oregon, four ovon to discuss with, tho mikado's
nion aro dead and Bovoral passongorn agents, tjl0 ownorshlp df 10,
aro in a hospital sorlously Injured. o00 rifles and 2,000,0000 cart
The wreck occurrod on tho Southern rtclcon solscil Auc. 11 In Chin Chut
raclflc railway, thrco miles north of harbor, and European roprosentj-
uugeno last mgni, j uvea aro looKing lor anoiunr inci-
, Jack Nichols, agoi 59, onglnoor, ; Tatsu Maru. Tho defiant attitude of
Portland. " , i- ln0 Chlnoso government Is supposed
Frank H. Boulter, 32, flroman, to bo duo to the lufluenco of the em-
Portland. Ipross dowager who tk deterrnlndd
Ray Swart, VI, Junction City. , tliat she will not yield as she was
George Dalleyi ,25, restaurant pro- forced to do on tho former occasion,
prlctor, Eugene., ?"?.?,' ; and tho powera hero are waiting the
Tho injured: ,- . ! mikado's next move.
Verne- App.orsonT EJugijpe, back , - The rifles and ammunition wero
and jirtn injured."" '.".'. j seized-a contraband and the mikado
.John! fright, .Portland, leg la- qXiUkly sont representatives to pro
Jured, ' '" ' ", '":' ' test on the grond'tfeat tk properly
John Franclfi' ' Wllbught," Pltts-waanot Bhown to have boon dedlgn
burg, Pn loft n'rhi brokon, bnck In- od for any Illegal purposo, and to de
jured. mnnd an apology and nn Indemnity
Albort Rahn, Portland, loft nrm for tho ownors. China nnswored
cut by glass. thnt thoro Is no doubt tho slilpmonr
W. Richardson, Salem, right hip was designed olthor for plratea or
injured. revolutionists In tho south of China
Other pasfiongors BUffored minor and that 1 absolutely will not bo
Injuries. , given up.
Tho Cottago Grove local In chnrgo , Warned by tho widespread nntl
of Conductor Charles Mlnklor was Jnpanoso movomont thnt spread
coming toward Eugene at tho usual ovor China following tho TatBu Mura
tpoed when suddenly tho locomo lnoldont, tho Japanoso forolgn ofllcu
tlvo struck n bull nnd tho trnln wnn Ib maintaining a much moro dlplo
brought to n standstill with n Jolt, mntlco exterior than boforo but with
Thou followed tho grinding of Iron out any sign that It Intends to wnlvo
nnd wood, accompanied by tho crash It's claim.
or glais as tho coaohos of tho train Europonn commercial Interests In
swayed and careened ovor tho tie-- China aro encouraging tho Chlnoso
Lying bosldo tho traok was a rod In tholr nttltudo' nB thoy doslro to
bull, It's sovorod head and nod' , ieo the Jnpanoso humiliated,
rostlng upon tho opposlto sldo of the. -
train. Tho onglno turnod a com
pleto somorsault. Undorneath th
boiler was found tho llfeloss body
of Fireman noultor. Tho bodlos of
Swartz nnd nalloy, tholr clothes la
'birds, wore foiird lying on their
backs, whoro tbt-y hnd boen throw 'i
vs' lion tho crash csmo, oloar of tl
v.rfck. A briiKnn was tl flrt
to reach the onglno after th nocl
dont. He fwnd Knglr.oor Nloholi
face' downward noar tho throttlo, thu
cab seat upon 1ih back
BUILDING ARE FIRED
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San Francisco, Aug. 24. Exact
ly at 10:J.0 o'clock today tho signal
"Up anchors" run up on Roar Ad
miral William T. Swinburne's ' flag
ship; tho West Virginia, started
seven cruisers of tho Paclfla fleet anl
sovon torpedo boat destroyers on
tholr summer cruise to the gamoan
Islands, which will end at Magdetena
b,ay uoxt winter with & battle Jrae
tlcQ. The cruisers and torpedo boat
destroyers were accompanied by the
Bupply ship Solace and' the cruiser
Duffalq which will go as far s
Uonokilu with tho fleet. They are
fully equipped and prepared for any
emergency that might arise.
Just' after tho ships had got, out.
side the harbor, they slowed up and
each culsor threw a hawser to a
(United 1'rcni r.cnued Wlro.)
Abordoon, S. D Aug. 24. It Is
reported horo today that the towa
of Lowry and Ahaska on the Min
neapolis and St, LoiiI railroads riv
er extension, wero burned In a rata
by a mystorloiiB company of mount;
ed men last night.
The mounted company completely
surrounded the two towns andrllred
every building. The Veason for the
ratds 1b not known here.
The baak of Herberal, a store
and a pool hall are among the
buildings burned at- Lowry. Col
onel Holmes', president of the Da
kota National bank here, who is
president of the Lowry bank, eoh
flrms that his bank was burned.
- Later reports froto the raided
towns say that six bnlldlaks were
burned In Akaska and seVen In Low-
tho West Virginia, Maryland, Penn
sylvanla, Tonnossoo, Washington,
California nnd South Dakotn.
Thoy towed In tho ordor glvon, tho
dostrbyods Problo, Stuart, Perry,
Hopkins, Hulli Truxton and Whip
ple Tho Pacific floot Is duo at Honq
Itilu Sopt. 2. It will lonvo thoro
ke Store That Saves Yob Money
torpedo boat ad they started to ,, Xii.y(ld ttJ haVft
It;lt I. ucee6.tul much oonl enn, Th0 ;borl' ot Wniortl I. now!
bo, SnVOd. Tw nvnaiffullni llm rn. Woril
,The vessels that wont today aro frQm hm thfg aftornooft
Htatcs that tho flro Nyan dlscovorod at
Akaska nt 3:4b O'clock and nt
Lowry dt midnight. Roth woro (un
doubtedly tho work of tho Bamo
I Oltlrons first ou tho scono saw bov
oral mounted mon rldo awny from
tho burning buildings.
I A ilium mvolnrv oiirfnntl ila thn flrn
Sept. 10 and arrive nt Page ago nttornoon, It ,B known" that
Sept. 20. Tho floot ! to leave Pngo iorflo hnyft tUr0alo,flK
Page Sept. 27 ami will arrive at cQ ftocmi)t of flrr0t3 0(
llonoluki on tho return trip Oct. 2T.lraI of tJ)or ,,, Thoy ltm
loavlng tho samo day for San Woro.' myn , tIml p0olIon
Tho fleet will arrive at San Diego of h umo fof fng Uml Ulfly ,
Oct. 28 nnd stay until Oct. .30 wlum . nlml nt (() makQ tem
the vessels will leavo for Magdalonn ( t)(0 Jftw
bay for battle practice. Thoy aro .,,, -r '
H ' ---. sSWli 'J'SS'SJ'S
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t.. rrn.t I. tnn tlin nnfnrtlinnta.
1U l I'HUIIU ,v.. .-...
Sydnoy, N. S. W., Aug. 24. (Ry
II. Leo Clotwortny. Staff Correspond-
'-. .k. .1. ..MAAVnfyM ihn rtianuftrn ' Ant rt tin llnMnA T)rnaa vti I i Atlntttln
IUUI1 irUIII HIS YI Wlilft.lfiU ..v ... -r w,,v ui ll.U W.IIVVU i.uno ...... ...........
solzed him by tho arms and scalded J Fjoctj Business wao suspendod
flbsh enmo away In their hands. agaJn whJJo the cUmbJ
Nichols was conscious nil tho time.
?'?,?; ,!1 in,..h in .h-EUKouo reviewed tho troops and bluo Jack-
hospital where ho died at 2:30 thle ets who participated In a monster
morning. Before his death he told parade through tho streets. Lord
that Just boforo tho crash camo no . Korthcote, tho
HUH.1K OUT OF JAIf
irltl n .tnttr nt tflffllilnu mvfllUn(t
track ahead of tho engine but be mnrlnau trn, ,
fn Ipflln UtW BUIUICIO tMU ltSw
thought he saw something on tho I
foro ho had tlmo to
was upon the object.
stand boforo which they passed with
guns at "Salute." Tho American
boys wore cheered loudly nil along
Thoro Is no diminution of enthu
lasm and the visitors wero as mucjt
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n..m! f.nl A IIP 24. L W.
uiio 't- th hanker anneared the center of Interest today as on
In court 'today to answer to tho tho first , day they landed. Tho
charge of speeding lu his automo- theaters attracted many of tho boys
bile Hellman was arrested yoster In blue. This evening thoy enjoyed
day afternoon by tho "flying squad- a grand ball.
ron" and wont to the police station j Tonight tho streets wero Illum
wlthout protest when It was explain-' Inated aud tho crowds thronged ev
ed to him that the pollco had a stop cry public place. Tho continuance
watch on him and could tell iust how of Interest In tho reception Is rv
fast his machine was going. He do- markable and the officers and men
posited 125 ball for himself and hi regret to think that their stay bert
chauffeur. must ond on Thursday,
(United I'rfM Uan Wire.)
Helsfngfora, Finland, Aug. 24.
uussluns hurrying troops Into Flu
land In anticipation of a genornl r
1 volt, according to Information
brought to this city today. So fur
1 tho mobilization has been carried on
'socretiy, but tho facto are now
known and havo aroused great ex
citement throughout Finland.
I Ofllolnls of this placo are trying
to minimize tho extent of tho mill
'taryo peratloiyj, but thoy cannot con
'ceal their knowledgo that thoy bo
Jlovo present conditions are threatening.
I .no , rinniBi. aiui is win quuiur
around whloh tho present storm Uj
raging aud the early dissolution of
the body by the czar Is expected to
precipitate trouble Russia evi
dently views wltha larni th'o strength
shown In tho body by tho liberal
majority and leaders of tho liberal
movement have repeatedly asserted
that they would be Immediately ar
rested but for Russia's fear that
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Elko, Nov., Aug. 24.-Sheriff
Clark and u pohso Is today scouring
the hills about Elko looking for a
man known na "8,11m" Smith, who
escaped from Jail yesterday nftor
noon In ono of the most daring Jail
deliveries knowit In this state.
Forty-flvo prisoners cwapod, 1m'
all woro recaptured with tho ox
coptlon of Smith, v,iio Is thought to
have planned the break. Tho Jul',
is at present overflowing with prl
oners, somo of whom aro waiting
trial on charges of murder
Tho break was carofuily plannod.
As Under Sheriffs Harris and El
more ontored the Jail laBt evening
with tho meal, three prisoners Jump
ed upon them. A hot fight eupuud
and tho ofllcbr would havo been
killed had It not boen for a nogro
trusty who ran to the street and
called for holp.
Tho prisoner feared that tho
break would all and all' took to th
s'treot. Bhelrff Clark, who was at-
tractcd by tho cries, of tho negro,
ran to tho Jail, and with the posse,
captured all tho escaped prlsonor
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