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;r. I l0ttraal rou .xviii BALEM. OREGON. THURSDAY, SEPTEMliER a, 1008 NO. 217 (T,r Oniln &$LLi t UNK ON CALIFORNIA COAST SUSPECTED OF WIFE'S MURDER MAN COMMITS SUICIDE UNKNOWN VESSEL IS WRECKED UK THWARTS LIFE SAVERS (United I'rcs Leaned Wire.) Point Arena, Cal., Sept. 3. (By Wphono to Sail Francisco.) After xtrchlng all night long In tho heavy loj for a steam schooner which was lacked oft this place Inst evening, Captain John Stltt, of tho life snvlnn ration, and his crew returned nt 7 'dock this morning, having foniul u trace of the missing ship othor tba a great amount of lumber, iMch Is floating about the point. Tit fog la still heavy and sho may utegone down with all on board. "I am convinced that the' ship wa; (Continued on Page 4.) JOHN D. OWNS TWO BIGGEST COMBINES EXISTING IN AMERICA (Uulted IVmb Leased Wire.) Nov York, Sopt. 3. Financial circles todny are excited over tho fact rovenled yestordny that tho American Smelting & Refining Co., which, next to tho Standard Oil and tho Rteel trust, Is tho largest, con cern In the United States, Is under the dominance of the Rockefellers Tho Guggenheim Interests that have developod the company will be loft in active coiitrol but the Rockofollers will hold the majority cf tho stock. John D. Rockefeller, Jr. has been Intrusted with the duty of looking CConUnued oq obk lour.) -. WIDOW OF MARSHALL FIELD WEDS SUDDENLY MARRIES IN ENGLAND ' (United Press I.enoed Wire.) , London. England. Sopt. 3. Kri Marshall Field Jr., widow of tho son of tho. Chicago merchant king, wai marrlod In tho registry ofllco horo today to Maldwln A, Drummond, 'thl second son of tho, Into Edgar A'. Drummond. Tho greatest efforts woro mado to keep tho wedding secret. Tho two sons of the brtdo woro prcsont nt tho coromony. Tho only othor at tendants woro Crnlg Wadwortb,'6ne of the BecrotnrlpB. of. tho Amorlcnn embassy and -tho duko of Wostmln-. stcr. Thoro woro no othor wltnoosc oxconbthOKo ronulred by law. Wads worth aotcd as groom's best mnn. CHICAGO STORE PEOPLES BARGAIN HOUSE NEW FALL MERCHANDISE ARRIVJM DAILY LADIES Sl'ITS, LAMES' COATS, SILK PETTICOATS, Fl'RS, SILK WAISTS, DRESS GOODS, fine silks, leather GOODS, UM- m1klus, kimgs, kid oroves, flannels, hlankets, wuppkr hxxklettes, outing flannels, etc. we. gl'arantkk our prices to he the lowest. WOO yard of Calicos, Ch&lUes 4 Lawas, now on sale at lc, 'He and 3c per yard. I i 1 000 ysrdj of Dark and Llcht Co'-ored Outing Flannels. A good e quality at Vc a yard. Irtish and Huok Tn.ni nil Wtw- 5c, 8 l-So, lor, 13 tfc W4op. kifei 11.50 it..... t, ,- ;ftrPP now on sale for 98c. Cl0ns HP Gloves, a pair, 8c. XtW RnU. . . uuw on saio. Vt handsome garments, '"Qalck selling Prices. i ume looking l'Zm a prem' Su,t 8,3 here aod got the bect mse, ,1030j o ill81 In tho iurtL8 S1. I UGO STORK, New Fall Millinery Now oa exhibition. If you want Swell Hats at Small Prices, come to the CHICAGO STORE. Chicago Startled. Chicago", Sept 3. The nnnonnco l ment of tho wedding In London of Mrs. Marshall Field Jr., camo as a ! great purnrlso today. Hor sons, Marshall Flold III, who now Is 15 'years old, and Honory, 13, nre tho I holrs to tho great Flold ostato osti- matod at $150,000,000. Sho Is the dqughtor of Honry Huck, tho millionnlro brewor of tlila city. Marshall Flold Jr , shot nnd killed hlmsolf whtlo clonulng n pistol at his homo horo throo yoars ago. Immo dlatoly after tho funeral, his widow wont Jo England with her two sons. Sho has returned to this city a fow times slnco then. '! Groom an 4,UpiMr." Dnummond la prominent In tho uppor circles of society in London and la considered woll with soveinl titled families. He has known 4ho brldo nlno years and was well ac qualnted with hor Into husband. After tho ceremony tho couplo loft for an automobllo honeymoon trip. It Is expected that tho nows of tho marrlago will bo a great disappoint ment to King Edward who has been trying for two years, It Is said, to arrange tho mnrrlnge of Mrs. Field to Prince Francis Teck, an Impecun ous relative. Tho attachment be tween Mrs, Field and' Drummond had been well concealed and waa sus pected by very few of their friends. WILL NOT WAIT ON HARRIMAN TO BUILD LINE TO COOS BAY (United Press Leaned Wire.) Roseburg, Or., Sopt. 3. If Harrl man wlH not agree to tnko action on tho Coos Dny-Draln rond at tho forth coming conforonco botwoon tho rail road, king and tho dologntton of Cooc Day citizens nt Roseburg, negotia tions will bo oponed with tho sovernl capitalists who aro nnxlous to finance nn electric lino' from Roseburg to Coos Buy. Tho conditions aro such that any further dovelopmont of tho Coos Hny" country and depotidont conM joints will bo rotnrded unless n rond Is as Biired. ' ! .. i Klamath EXILING OF OFFICER IS AN ISSUE STEWART WARNED BY FRIENDS FnllH Road Clirlstiims. Ready . v Klamath Falls, Or., Sopt. 3. Klamath Falls will hare a railroad within its limits by Christmas. This Ingtoat nnd bo Is tho Intent schedulo announced, nnd unfit." whon ho fjulshes tho rldo. (United I'ri'M I.eused Wire.) Wlllcox, Ariz., Sopt. 3. Discovery of what Is bolloved to be a plan of tho war dopartmontto shelve Iho case of William F. Stewart, tho Fort Grant exile, until after tho presiden tial election In November rcjulted today In n lnrgo number of wnrnlnp messages bolng received here from -tho ofllcer's friends, who requested that they bo forwarded Immediately to thodcsolato army post. Stowart Is awaiting orders from thodopartmqnt of Colorado- to Jour- noy to Font Huachucn and tnko tho 00-mllo riding tent. Tho plan of hjs Qiiomles Is becoming plnlnor wltn ovory move of tho war department lib frlonds nllogo. Thoy declare It la exccted, or rathor hoped, Hint Colonel Stowart will fail In tho rld- graded "physically TO FORGE KAISER IN LINE NOT TO RECOGNIZE PRETENDER OPENING DANCE OF THE SEASON AT THE ARMORY Friday Evening Peerless Orchestra WILL NOT WED EDNA GOODRICH ' (United Pro Leated Wire.) Reno, Nev., S.ept. 3. Much mys tery is In tfce air today over the brl.f announcement made last night by Marry McMillan, he millionaire mln Ing roan of Nevada, that his engage ment with Edna Goodrich, the actress, is off. Mc Mlllan stopped In this city last night and startled his friends with the Information that the nfatch over which so much go3lp had been ex cited will not be carried out. He gave w reason for tho sudden terraJU natlon of the engagement. Trfay k la K bU way cast, pr MMy to HU Goodrich 1b cfMuwetlM wi0i tb MtUr, at tho rnto work is progressing no doubt Is folt, Tho Southern Pnolft compnny has established a camp nt Wild Horso butto and work has com menced on tho concroto piers for tho brldgo across the straits. Two moro drodges nro ordered on tho mnrsh work nnd camps nro now established within four miles of this city. Knmath citizens nro eagorly antic ipating their coming Chrlstmni gift tho stenm cars. n MEDICAL HOARD IS CHARGED WITH PARTIALITV (United PrtM Iaied Wire.) Lor Angeles, Cal., Sopt. 3,- Unless tho state board of medical examlnors successfully refuto tho charge of discrimination mado by southern California students an Investigation will bo mado by the noxt session of tho state legislature according to a statement mado by Walter Parker, "boss" of Los Angeles county. When asked If the charges would be called to tho attontlon of tho assembly Par ker said: "You may depend on' It, that If the allegations pressed against tho board 'from varipus sources aro truo, the state legislaturo will take an active hand In straightening things out Tho board of medical Qxamlnera de ciding the Important things they do and arranging for the aulng of cer tificates to candidates for the medi cal profession, should be free from any talnt of political corruption, of graft, or of favoritism, or of any of the other charges which have been urged." If tho oolouol Is found In good physical condition, which will prob ably bo tho case, ho will ho urged by tho war dopnrtmont ofllclnls to take ndvautngo of four months lonvo of absonco to which ho Is entitled. Onco boforo the oxlled ofllcor asked for leave but was refused. Now, howevor, tho department must get rid of him, his friends sny, for bin case threatens to becomo n national campaign Ibsuo. Stowart has boon notified that he now can have tho leavo. Many of hlu frlonds today advised him not to no copt as It will only moan thnt his enso will bo soouroly shelved during tho pre.Idontlal campaign after which ho will bo sont back to exllo at tho rattlosnnkb infested pout, (United IVcm t.eiur.l Wire.) Berlin, Sept. 3. It Is roported horo today that Englnnd will Join with Franco, nnd Spain In holding aloof from Mulnl Hafld, usurping tho sultan of Morocco, In direct opposi tion to tho nttltmlo of Germany. Tho Gorman omplro hns mndo It self clearly understood that It con siders It necessary for all tho nations of Europo to rocognlzo Mulnl Haft at unco under tho provision of tho Algeclrns net. Whothor France, .England and Spain net together or separately, It makes but little differ ence. It Is understood that England aupportn tho nttltudo of Frnnco In holding Hint promises of good be havior should ho abstracted from Mulnl boforo ho Is recognized, If tho othor powers) persist In this nttltudo, It Ib likely thnt Germany will bo forced Into becoming a pnrty to such a courso, .provided thnt tho program Is so arranged thnt It will not Involvo a. direct aurrondvr of tho knlsor's prosont position. The situa tion Is recognized to bo sorlous nnd ovory offort will bo mndo to havo It nottlod without n brunch of rolntloni. Ilryim Mini !. Omahn, Neb., Sopt. 3. Returns from 400 preclnots. In GO out of. 00 counties, today ludloato that former Congressman Shulleuberger won the Democratic nomination for governor In the plulnrlty of about 10,000 over Mayor Dahlman of this city, who was W, J Dryan'B candidate. "Allies" to Uphold Tuft. Chicago, Sept. 3. Chairman Hitchcock of the Republican national committee Is planning a grand speak ing tour for four presidential aspir ants who opposed Taft for tho nom inations. Tho great combination will bo Falrbauks, Knox, Foraker and Im Folloite. The Ronubllcan leaders bellevo Intornal strife has arisen In the .. . gneakin tean, renrOBont- .... . .i L. ' .--..--. ,-. southern California contingent oi me i ,ng varjOUB interests, will prosent a state medical board over President Mrong arsunl0nt Jn fttVOr of tho Dougall's action In ordering tho e-!t,ckot ,,y tho moro fnot4hat they aro rotary to call a meeting at San Fran. Cisco to consider the student's charges. - O iii Forest FIro CoHtrolhxJ. (United Pre Ited Wlre.l Stockton, Cal.,'Jfept. SThe for e4 fko has been burning in the'vj all working together. In addition to their indlvfdunl powers as stump campaigners. Reforo leaving hero 'for Maine, Hitchcock will complete the a'rrange' meats, for this big campaign feature and It will mark tho'Taunchlng ot PHILIPPINE Hl'LTAN SENTENCE!) TO HANO (United I'reis I.euxsl Wire.) Manila. Sept. 3. Tho Phlllpplno territorial supremp court today do- elded that tho sultan of Dunnharra iii..8t haitg for hs participation In tho raid of Parang, on tho Island of Mtndano In January, 1000, In which J. V. McDonald, nn American, was killed. In tho court's deolslou the doomed sultnu Is ordered to puy 1000 polios to McDonald's heirs, as damages for his death. Tho district In which tho raid occurrod was ouu ot thu most tubuleut with which tho United State army had to dual following the war with Spain. u WEALTH V WOMAN ATTEMITH HUICIDF (United Vtt Leafed Wire.) Paris, Franco, Sept. 3 Tho Amer ican colony Is shookod KMlay by tho sensatlonnl atompt at stiloldo by Mrs, Myrln F. Colfelt, wife of T. H. Col folt, tho wealthy Now York broker, who shot herself 4hroe times shortly after mldnlRht this morning. Mrs. Colfelt Is In a precarious con dition In a hospital and It Is feared sho cannot recover. It li reported that she was despondent over mar tial troubles. The woman was alone In her hotel apartment whon sho fired the shots. All throo entered her body and she was unconscious when attendants reached hor. D0N0HUE SUICIDE O O O O O O .) O O O O O O Oakland, Cal., Sept. 3 O O Daniel Donohue, hmband of ( O Mrs. Alice Donoluie, who was O O murdered and whose body was O O burled for two months, bolng O O oxhumod last Sunday, com- O O mlttt-d suicide this afternoon O (). Recent Investigations had tend- O ( ed to arouse suspicion that Don- O ohue might have had some. O (""'" r Vr. ., Vftnd.V h ctual "palgn contest beforo () knowledge ofhls wife's murder. O clslty of the Big Trees since Monday k.. n"irpr-vn nn OOOOOOOOO Is uader coatrol aad practkalfy out. l m"- U O O O O O O O o o u u u ydiMW .