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SALEM. OREGON1, WEDNESDAY, SEITEMIIER 0, 4 008
NO. 2!M.
INETEEN SAILORS DROWNED
N
STORM
IIAHA DOCTOR MADE A TRIPLE MIRER AND SUICIDE PACT
IS FOR
ALMOST
AN HOUR
HUT BEATS ALL
RECORDS
flkltfJ Ttnt LenacJ Wire. J
Tualngton, D. C, Sept. 9. Or-
iWrlnht, of Dayton, Ohio, today
trod hlnuolf tho king ot tho nlr,
nia all previous records for ncro-
W by aal'lng about tho parade
If.iiJj it Fort Meyer, Va for 57
luitei and 31 seconds.
Ti'j beats by 26 minutes tho world
Iwrdnado Monday by Do LaOrango
w Paris.
i IU performance pt tho Wright
tiloe to far out-classes rtny flight
made In public that It nuts tho
Katjtr In a class by himself.
(Continued on Page 5.)
REFORM
LEADERS
WINNING
ILLINOIS
DEMOCRATS
CONVENTION
IN WASHINGTON
PRIMARY
(United Press Loaned Wire.)
Senttlo, Wash., Sept. 9. In ovory
proclnct countod In Senttlo yesterday
Honry McDrldo lends for govomor.
Tho count Is cxnBporntlngly Blow,
and from ninny precincts It Is now in
dicated that it will not bo finished be
fore night. About GO per cent of tho
total registration voted.
Coagrovo is getting n majority of
tho second-choice votes So far as
King county Is concornd, early re
turns Indicate tho success of Mc
Drldo for governor and Jones for
sonator.
Ono ot tho features disclosed by
CHICAGO STORE
L PEOPLES BARGAIN HOUSE
LISTENS TO BRYAN
AND OTHERS
The Newest of the 'New
INHERE IN KALI WKARING APPAREL, LADIES' SUITS, LADIES'
fWTS, MILLINERY, FUltS, SILK PETTICOATS, TINE DRESS
0I, FIXK JIHESS SIIjKS, WA1STING SILKS, FALL IIOSIEHV
W IWDKIM'I'AR, kid gloves, hirrons, laces, dhess
WMMIXG8, SWAN'S DOWN FLANNELS, 1JTC. DO YOUR TRAD
M AT TUB STORE THAT MAKES LOW PRICES.
(United Press Leased Wire.)
Peoria, III., Sept. 9. It is esti
mated that 40,000 visitors were hero
todny to nttend tho session of tho
Democratic state convention and to
hoar nddro'sos by Bryan, Johnson
and othors.
When tho convention wnB called to
order Adolaldo Stevenson was Intro
duced, nnd, after n big ovntlon, do
llvored nn address on tho Ishucb of
tho campaign, speaking boldly nnd
optimistically of the outlook. Tho
early routine buBinosB of tho conven
tion was thon carried through nnd
William J. Bryan wns introduced.
Tho crowd chcorcd for sevornl min
utes. Bryan spoko aftor tho adjourn
ment In tho court houso squaro, nnd
was heard by nn Immonso throng.
Tonight Govornor Johnsdn, of Mln
ncsotn, nnd John H. Atwood, of Kan
sas, will be the mnin spenkors.
Tho subject of Brynn's address was
"The State nnd the Nation." Ho
spoko in part as follews:
(Continued on pago two.)
SCHOONER
WRECKED
IN CHANNEL
AND ENTIRE GREW
5 LOST
Dress Goods
" yards of the latast
wkw UII 00 a yard. Now
nrdl0f,03cand(il)c.
fe Flannels
JW ra-ds of tho newest
'ream blue and white,
4cayard, now, yard
Ue.
1,mw showing one of the
FUtockslnSalemof
fe aid Ladies'
Mtsiery
Winter weight.
"H cotton, wool and
Hites, JtV i .i,
c, mc, .auc an1
" that we are head-
,
' ' wMm
mm
ffJsMgli m I
mmidsLW sliM
Mttlml l
9290 -S?S
If you want the boU values in this
part of the world In
Ladies' Suits
come to the CHICAGO STORE, the
stttre that does not want to get rich
on every pale wo make. It's the vol
ume of business, ye are after
SWELL NEW SUITS
Man tailored and Silk Lined, .59,
10.no, 12.50, $14.80 and up.
gpRETHAT SAVES YOU MONEY
tho count Is the surprisingly smnll
Democratic vote. Many Democrats
participated In tho Republican jin
mnrlos. Colonel Blothon, Democrat
ic editor of tho Times, wns among
othors who challenged at tlo pollt.
Dcmoc-nts will poll loss thnn 10 per
cent, and will bo forced to hold con
ventions Jn tho future.
Tho first prvdnct In King county
complete, Hot Springs, gavo MoBrldo,
for governor, 43 first choice votes.
No ballots woro cast for Mend. An
keny secured 35 nnd Jones 15.
o
SHAW SPEAKS AT
REPUBLICAN CONVENTION
8prlngfleld, III., Sept. 9. Formor
Governor Richard Yates and several
of his lenders refused to attend tho
Republican convention horo todny,
which endorsed Albert J. Hopkins for
re-election to tho United States son
ate, and commended Governor Don
eon. Spenker Cannon was temporary
chairman of the convention The
platform Is a replica 6f tho one
adopted laU March, oxcopt that the
liquor and personal liberty questions
aro not Included. Tho legislators are
urged to take their Instructions on
tho senatorshlp race from the state
vote Jn general, rather than from the
vote by districts.
Skmth Democrat.
Leslie M. Shaw, former secretary
of tho treasury, was the principal
speaker. He declared that Democra
cy has failed every time It has been
tried. In relation to the tariff ha
spoke at length, scoring the attitude
of tho Democrats, and saying:
"The Republican party promises
the people a protective tariff and
commits the working out of the de
tails to tho representative? of the
people." Speaking of the financial
situation Shaw said:
"Tho recent panic was simply the
result of the cry of 'fire' in a crowded
hall, when there was not oven au
smoke."
Shaw paid a personal tribute to
Bryan, but said that he was wroug
on every public question. He con
eluded the speech with a high tribute
to Taft, and a prediction of Mi elec
tion by a tremendous plurality
(United Press Leased Wire.)
London, England, Sept. 9. The
schoonor Phyllis Gray was lost todny
off Dovonshlro, nnd her crow of 19
men drowned. Tho boat was unablo
to weather tho terrific storm which
Is swooping tho west const nnd tho
British channel, strowlng wreckage
on tho shores In all directions.
Tho storm Is as severe as that of
ton yearB ago, nnd It Is feared that
tho loss of life will bo heavy. Re
portB of boats being driven aground
nro bolng rocelvod from nil partB of
tho const.
Messages from Franco say that tho
damago to craft along tho shores of
thntf ountry is equally serious. Many
small vossols nro Btlll missing.
AMERICAN HERMANS
SURPRISE BERLIN JUDGE
(United Pre Leaned Wire.)
San Francisco, Sept. 9. Judgo
Knrl Von Lowlnskl, prosldont of the
Imperial Court, nt Berlin, Is todny
wondering whnt surprlso ho will next
recolvo at tho hands of his country
mon. Tho German Judge wns n guost In
tho court of Judgo Van Floot yester
day, In which nnturallzntlnn exam
inations wero being hoard. Several
of his countrymon woro questioned In
tho muni manner. Tho supromo test
to citizenship qualifications was the
requirement that tho applicant re
nounce his nllcglnnco to tho mothor
country, and tnko up arms against
that country, If nocessnry,
Imperial Judgo Von Lowlnskl was
painfully surprised at tho avidity In
which his countrymon ngreed to
make war on tho Kaiser, If necessary
CONFESSES REGARDING
HUSRAND'S MURDER
(United I'rens Lened Wire.)
Lowlston, Idaho, Sopt. 9. Mr,
Nancy Radius, under arrest here In
connection with the murder of nor
husband Saturday night, Is said to
have mado a complote confosslon, tha
exact nnturo of which has not boon
mado public,
Tho police Intlmato. however, that
her statement will not make R. D.
Anderson, who is also undor arrest,
any more suro of being released right
away. Mrs, Daotous had been In the
"sweat box" four hours bsfora she
told her story.
Bachus waa burned to death In his
home. Mrs. Bachus' first account
wns that her husband, while carrying
a lamp, had stumbled, the burning
oil causing tho fire. She failed, how
ever, to account for a bullet wound
In the body.
o
CATHOLICS
ASSEMBLE
IN LONDON
CARDINALSREGEIVED
BV EDWARD
DR. RUM IN
AGREED TO
BE KILLED
SUPPORTER OF GA31HLERH
IX8ES .NOMINATION
MTnlt.rt llrMl f.rAKMl Wife 1
Ithaca. N. Y.. Sept. O.-Defeated Balgluin. Holland, Germany. Au.tra-
for ronolnlnation because he voted
(United Press Leased Wlre.i
London, Sept. 9. For tho first
tlmo In ovor 300 yonrs n pupnl lognto
was recolvod by an English monarch
today, when Cardinal Vlncont Vnrt
nutolll, of Pnlestrlnn, wns recolvod, by
King Edwnrd of England In hlotorlc
Westmlnstor cathedral, at tho opou
Ing of tho nlnoteonth annual ouchrlst
congress.
Cardinal VannutolII, arrayed In his
robes of stnto, made nn imposing
figure Tho Immonso hall where
British kings havo boon crowned
"dofondor of the faith" bIiico tho
reign of "Bloody Mary," was crowd
ed to suffocation with as distin
guished an assembly of clurlcals as
litis ovor nBBemblcd on British boU.
. Boqnus.o of the feathat thpniitl
Cathollc agitation would result Tn
street riots, tho ImniciiEO procosslon
unit was to havo bpcu the greatest
clerical demonstration of modern
times, was nbaudoncd at tho sugges
tion of tho police, nnd tho congress
was opened wltji tho coromoulcB nt
Westmlnstor.
Tho dusky recesses of tho famous
cathedral, llghtod only by tho limning
candles on tho n I tars, and dimming
oven the brilliant rod robos nnd hats
of tho eight cardinals' nnd puVplo
robos of tho 100 bishops assembled,
provmtud a plcturo iiover to be for
gotten. Ovor 00,000 people thronged thn
streets about tho eutranco to West
minister, and nil tho thoroughfares
loading to the three halls whuro the
various sessions of tho congress nro
to bo hold. It is estimated that no
loss thnn 200,000 Roman Catholics
from Europo nro visiting London.ntid
that almost ns many mnro Americans
nro horo.
Aftor tho ceromonles of tho open
ing of tho congrQs woro over, tho
prolntos marchod in llttlo groups to
their mooting placos. Tho sight of
priests, of both tho Latin nnd Orion
tal rites, In tho streota of London
drossod In tho enssook nnd hood was
most unusual.
TImho Present.
The following cardinals woro pre
sented at todny's opening sessien:
Cardinal Gibbons, archbishop of
Baltlmoro; Cardinal Logue, arch
bishop of Armagh; Cardinal Moran,
archbishop of Sydney; Cardinal Le
cot, archbishop of Bordeaux; Cardin
al Fisher, archbishop of Cologne;
Cardinal Merclor, archbishop of
Mechlin; Cardinal Ferrari, arch
bishop of Milan, and Cardinal Math-
ou, from the papal curia of Rome.
Each cardinal Is accompanied by
his own tulte and Cardinal VannutoN
11 Is accompanied by a retlnuo suit
able to his rank as papal legato.
Church dignitaries are here from
tho United States, Canada, France,
IS TESTIMONY OF
MRS. RICE
against the anti-race track gambling
bllls'last winter. State Senator Owen
Cassldy announced today that he will
an Independon'
Hu. Italy. Spain, Alglon, Contral
America, Africa, Capo Colony, India.
BUrmah, Mexico, Brazil, Austria and
New Zealand.
Service.
, Aftw today the most Important
, sorvino of the congress will be tho
make the race as
candidate.
t. -!... 1.111 n.Af-n itCut lift
Sat an extra cession. f iwoiwuea us rit .i
Omaha, Nob., Sopt. 9, Tho nJt
was tlghtonod about Charles Edward
Davis today at tho Inquest into tho
Btrnngo death of Dr. Frodorlok Rus
tln, who, Mrs. Abblo Rice testified
formed the most romnrknhlo triple
sulcldc-aud-mntrdor pact that hns ov
or como Into tho courta of Amorlca
Davis, who Is a brothor of Frotl
Davis, vlco-prosldont of tho First Na
tional bank, admitted that ho had
obtained polaon from Dr. Rustln for
tho purpoBO of killing himself, and
that ho was In the neighborhood of
Dr. Rustln's homo on tho night that
tho doctor wns shot and killed. Ho
donlod positively, howovor, that )iq
shot tho doctor, according to the
plana outlined by Mrs. Rice, who ex-plained-
that Dr. Ruatin waited to be
murdered, rather than commit sui
cide, so his family would receive tho
benefit of $75,000 In life Insurance
thnt he carried,
11. Hans, Janitor nt tho Cnthnm
Hotol, nt which Davis llvod, was
called to the stand thla morning. Ho
testified that ho passod Davis' room
last Wednesday morning at 5 o'clock
and that It had not bcon occupied
during tho night. Tho proprietor or
tho hotel testified that Davis Inirncl
up all of his offectH on Tuesday ot
last wcok, nnd apparently arrnngod
everything for his death. Uo said
thnt Davis had not come In when he
locked tho front door of tho hotel nt
1 o'clock Wodneadny night, but said
that Dnvla had a key and could havo
entered Inter.
Davis, himself, took tho stand nnd
Bald that ho could not tell what tlmo
iio roachod tho hotel, and did not
k,now how long ho was In the vicinity
of Dr. Rustln's home,
"I wont to tho doctor's office and
told him that I wanted somothlnr;
thnt would make mo sloop quick," he
aid. "I had been under his care for
a long tlmo. Ho gnvo mo some mor
phine nnd chlorldo of gold, nnd I be
gan tnklng the morphine right awny.
I remember thnt hu put me on a car
and after that whon I awoke, all that
I know la that I was nbout two block
beyond the Rustln place I don't re
member much about how I roturned
to the hotel. I was angry bocatiso I
had not dod. nnd I took tho chlorldo
of gold. Thnt ncted as an omotIc,
and I think I walked nil the way
back to my room."
Under this stntomont, nnd with
tho testimony of the hotel attend
ants the authorities bollove It ran b
shown that Dnvls was at RuHtln's
homo J u t beforo the shot waa fired
thnt resulted In the death of tho doc
tor, who, when found by his wife,
aid: "A man shot mo."
Tho fno that nil three mombera of
tho strange triple death agreement
are known to have tried BUlcldo be
fore tends to lend tho police to be
lieve the story told by Mrs. Rice
Tho woman today repeated In por
ted cttlmno-u tho details of tho plot.
Bho told bow Ruitln begged bor to
shoot him; how they planned the
killing several tlmea, and how ber
nerve always failed beoanso Bho loved
him so much alio could not kill him
nfca raid thnt Rustln, finally hern no
disgusted at hor failure, and told tier
ho hod a man who would do It Hbe
IPnntlni'od OV puj lht..
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