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vk . V ftl tiii. iJatln ritHal Ifournal ; SALEM. OREGON, MONDAY, OCTORKR It), 1008. NO. 156. PPEAL OF POISONER BILUK DENIED OKIO GIVES THE ATLANTIC FLEET A ROUSING RECEPTION AMILTON WILL RUN FOR MAYOR ) LOCOMOTIVt ENGINEER u.i ii.mllinn. onco a Southern Pa- Me locomotive ong'noor and former L n mn nf IhlB cltV. lmB COIlSOntOll Ejaitrlho field for mayor nnd wl'.l bite the rnco against mo present r.,mkn( neo V. Rodttcrs. He Jt consented to run lato Saturday 1:1 br night ins enrus una ucon hrtd In tho lianciB or nunurcciB oi t !. Ho Is n successful buslnoss -awns ays vory llttlo and If elect 1 rould make u dignified official. .i. frlomlt linvn not drnwn lit) IlllV orril p'atform, Init only claim that fw'Jlbe found to navo a inrgo ioi- Us of people of all parties en eflon day, i Saloon M'ii Opposed. I Tba ialoon men of Salem aro re- AMERICAN SERVIANS ENLISTING TO FIGHT AGAINST AUSTRIA (United J'ress tinted Wire.) San Fraucisco, Oct. 19.--A mass meeting of SorvlnnB 1b to bo hold hero tonight fo- tho purposo of on listing tho sympnthy of the natlvcB of that country In a movement of protest ngninst annexation of Bos nia and Horzegovlna by Austria and, If it is deemed nocosaary, ralBlng an army to fight for tho fatherland against Franz Josof. Mladon Morchop, formerly llou tonnnt in tho Austrian army, Is at tho bond of tho movement Uero and ho declares that at least 4000 Ser vians on tho Pnclf'c coast will on 11 t In tho cnuso. Abaz Dlodlch, a Mohammedan Servian and George Raj o vich . who m )Wijj!n P t ain ln "UnuSd "on Page 4. ) OJ"x M m ! " (Continued on pugo 4.) xumi f'S tfAK'GA?y 110 (Sly A Powerful Inducement lBthnO.ilrU RnlllnP nf mnrnhnndlBO IS LOW PRICES. If yOU Want tit Best Dnrgalns In Salem In Ladles' COATS, SUITS, Dlircsa uuuuh, SILKS, MILLINERY, HOSIERY, UNDERWEAR nnd All Kinua oi Fill Wearing Apparel, como to tho CHICAGO STORE. Tho store with t up-to-date goods nt tho lowest prlco-. A GRAND SHOWING 01 the laest Dross Goods. Fino Dieu and Walstlng Silks tho as Krtmcut la great. Choosing will easy for you and tho price the lowo t quoted by anj bowse. Trd !MC, asc, -10c, 05c nnd up. Thousands of Yards of Outing F'mnelj at Speclnl Prices. Ytd 4c. 8c, Oc, H 1.3c nnd up. Prices on Dlankots and Comforts tat away down. Pair 30c, -10c, i 08c nnd up. CHICAGO STORE for Honest i at Low Prices. SEW ARRIVALS IN ies' Suits and Coats AT IIARGALV PniCFS J Wt them cheap for Spot Cash. "Sl-lTS, now for.... $0.90 JlJJJ811 ofor....f9JS0 ti! SlITS' now for... $12.bo J LONG COATS for... ,. -w.u COATS f or... 89.80 " Wmt IhaT saves you monY : - OREGON DAKOTA LOTTERY . OF LAND ATTRACTS LARGE CROWDS (Unl'.ed Prrci Leased Wire.) Dnllns, S. D., Oct. 10. Tho first nnmo to bo drawn in tho Tripp coun ty land lottery1 Is that of May A. MotBor of Konnobcc, S. D.. who goti nrsi cnoico or an tno lanus mrown open by tho government. Tho drawing began today aftm thousands of applicants hnd regis torcd for tho lottery during tho Inst four weeks. "LtimlBookors arrlvo doarly In btg crowds to witness tho drawing. A drizzling rain nnd heavy wind caused con-ldornblo discomfort but did not diminish tho b!zo of tho crowd that thronged nbont tho platform on which Htood 21 sealed auks contain ing tio applications. Willi the arrival of tho crowds of npnllcnntH nearly all of them farm Am', pftino stares of iinmblcra and ."thlmbTe-rlggors." Extra deputy Bnorirrs wore sworn in 1,0 Keep mu light-fingered gentry moving. At teu o'clock tho llttlo girls so- Inntml in drniv thn lUinllcfttlonB WCre itrtmi in thn Hcrconcd nlntform while ! tho crowd cheered. Judge Wlttdn, suponnionuoni oi ho drawing then Introduced Con gressman ThomnB Call of AlnBkn, forniorly of South Dakota. While Cnll nddrcsscd tho crowd several fln'h'lghti wero taken. Tho metal enks wero then rlppo4 op.n and 111,000 applications wow cr'.'orod on tho floor of tho plat form. Tho drawing of tho nnmo of Mny A. M.otBor was received wltb choor by tho crowd. Whon tlu nolso censed tho girls nltornatoly plungod their hands Into tho pllo or npnllcatlons and dyrow forth the lucky whlto slips. After tho casks wore opened pitcn forks wero used to mix tho appllcn- 1 i)emn Roso and Vlrg'nla Wngnor, tho girls choBon to do tho drawing, moved forward to bo bl ni l'oli led Ml n Roio'refiwed to submit to hav ing her oves covorcd. Aftor a siignt doay Judge Wlttnn announced that owing to tho girl's nervousness b!o ,vc U not bo blindfolded. MIps Rose picked h Aral nam". Miss Wagner followed, drawing Uo name of D. Swift of Ponca, Nob., from tho mass of paper- The names of E. Nanon, Mendow Orvo, Nob , and Otto Snyder, Mitchell. S. D. followed. FAMILY'S 1 SLAYER IS DOOMED UNLESS GOVERNOR INTERCEDES ADMIRAL CRITICISES FINDINGS SPERRY WOULD LET OUT EVANS (United rrrn Leased Wire.) Washington, D. C, Oct. 10. Her mann Dlllek, of Chicago, convicted of the murder of Mary Vrzal and ac cused of killing her ontlro family by slow poisoning In 1005, was today denied his appeal to tho Unltod States Biiprcmo court from tho decis ion of Judgo K. M. Lnndls donylnj; him a writ of habeas corpus. Thlu means that Blllok must dlo, unloas tho govornor of Illinois lntordoqds. MIRACULOUS ESCAPE OF AUTO DRIVER (United I'reiw I-miM Wire.) Now York, Oct. 10. rEmil 'Striek er, drlvor of tho 1200-horse powor racer whlo lilins boon a contestant In tho Vandorbilt cup rncos, la ro coiving tho congrntulatloiiB of his frlondB today ovor tho narrow OBcapo ho had from death In yestordny'H speed trials. Strieker's machine flow off tho trnck at a tangent whllo going 80 miles nn hour, rlppod up 00 feet of fenco, Including a dozen posts, smnhod through tho troo and overturned. Strieker clung to tho machine in tl tho fenco wns ronchod and was then cntapultcd 30 foot Into n soft patch of grais and oscnpdd Injury. Arthur Murray, ltls machinist wa-) not so fourtunnto. Ho was caught undor the overturned mn ohlnij nnd rorolved Injuries from which ho will probably dlo. Strlckor was turning an "S" curvo whon tho nccldont happenod. Ho mndea partial turn successfully and drov'o tho mnchlno Into a ditch. In endeavoring to turn tho rncor bock Into tho road, a tire burst and tho auto became unmanageable. f . ., a ' " Cabinet officers nro starting the whee going to procure special counsol to proeecuto tho Lane and Linn county land iraun iriuia (United PreM Leased Wlra.) Toklo, Oct. 10. Admiral Sporry today criticize tho findings of tho court martial that tried Lieutenant Frank D. Evans, son of Admiral Robloy D. Evans, for using profane lnngungo to a suporlor officer and for being intoxicated whllo acting as officer of tho deck whon tho Atlantic fleet wns nt Honolulu. Tho findings of tho court martial, which was hold whon tho Hoot wns at Maniin, wore mnda public tollny for tho first timo Tho court recommended that Llou- tenant Evnns bo reduced 1C0 num bcs nnd bo reprimanded. Admiral Spocry Is sovero' In his criticism of tho findings of the court nnd ! quoted jib saying that ho will recommend to tho nnvy dopnrtmont thnt Evauu bo dUmlnved itrpm' the fleet, z o : CIIINKSi:'QUARTER,.TOfc.1.1 K MADE OF WATS (United Press Leased Wlre.l Pittsburg, Oct. 10. Contrnctora nro figuring today on moddrn Amorlcnn flnts which are to homo Chineso of this city In what will bo prnctlcally known us tho Chlnosa quarter. A syndlcato of ChlncBo merchants bonded by Tom Loo hna chargo of tho project which will represent tin outlay of half a million. Tho now structure Ib to bo of stone and brick and on tho 11 r fit nnd socond floors tho Chlnoso stores of tho city nro to bo housed, Othor floors are to be nrrangod llko modorn American flats. Tom Leo Bays It Is tho Intention of tho Chlnoso to llvo In families, r0 ' MOHMOXH SI5TTLINO IN NEVADA Tlnnn. Nnv.. Oct. 19. N'ovndnUS nro alarmed today over tho an. nouncomont tnai nnoinor .Mormon xnlnnv Ih in lin OHtnllllsllOd ill tlllB state near Reno, This will mnko four rolonloi In ns innnv dlfforont section of tho stnto. Ueprosontniivoi oi ino Aiormun Miiirnit hnve boon lioro for sovornl u'onita innkini? nvflr fortllo hind nonr this city. Negotiations are now on for tno wuo or inn inuu nun a m nvnortn1 thni nlirlni will Witness tllO nrrlval of tho first of tho colony from utnn OFFICERS DINED BY O'BRIEN WffliMMiM ''Hi I 1 llL'li 1) uH fcm " .-f& AND GET OVATION FROM JAPS (United Pre LMd Wire.) (Dy Leo Olotworthy, United Prw correspondent on board the U, 3. Georgia.) Tokio, Oct, 10, Tho gflrst day ot tho reception to tho American battle ship fleoi nt Toklo, tho capital of Japan, cloned tonight with a brilliant dlnnor nt tho Imporlal hotel given to tho ollcor of tho fleet by Edward C. O'Drlon, American ambassador to Japan. The dinner wrb attended by tho diplomatic corps at Toklo, a largo numhor of distinguished Jap aneio morchnntB and the mombeiB of tho cabinet. Tho dinner was one of the most formnl ovor given hero, and Japan Is tho land of formality. Good will between tho United States and Japan was thn keynote-of the oastai and tho Incldonts of the Visit' of thn Amorlcan licet to Australia were Ig nored "br'all the pakMB. . . . ,.,.. Admiral Sporry seemed as. freflf as though bo hnd Just started on the trip. Tho gront hotol was elnbord'elv docorntod with a mnsa of chrysan , thouniB nnd chorry blossoma and R nrofiiHlon of American flags crosd with Jaimnoso flags. Tho Imperial ' band plnyed Amorlcnn nlrB durlna; tho dlnnor. n Tho rccoptlon of tho fleet at Aus tralia wns brilliant, but tho Japan ese outdid our whlto cousins of tho South Pacific In tholr mnnlfostatlona of friendship toward Amorlcn, In Japan, (ih In Australia, tho fonturo of tho colebratlon has been tho school children. Tho JapnnoRO, not to bo outdono In anything, had nrrnngod n wondorful colebratlon to mark tho ontry of tho Amorlcan naval officers Into Toklo nnd tho trtn f-om Yokohama to Toklo will novor bo forgotton by thoso who wlt noB'ed It. It was a strango sight to see thousands of Fchool chlldron wnvinK Amorlcan flngH nnd to hear them Hinging tho words of "America" In tholr quaint English pronunciation loaned ORpeclallv for the occasion. Tho Journey from .Yokohama to Toklo was ono contlnunl ovation for " tho Amorlcans. Tho special train left Yokohama at 0 o'olock this morning. Tho 18 miloa of tho trip lay through a country of quaint oot tnjfts and. Village, surrounded by fnrnm At ovory station, !7lio,,l Clil dren wnved Amorlcnn And Japanese 'flogn nnd rhporod. Adm'rnl Spcory wns kQyt busy waving salutations through the window of tho enr Whon tho train nrrlved hero, a, tremendous crowd nwalted tho arriv al of tho Americans. Ton thoii'and school children rHiucd l blennhnrs near tho donot, singing "Tho Star Simnglcd Dnnnor" InEugllsh. Tho officers of the fleet marched down through tho grouni of chlldron nmld tho strains of na tional hymns. Roar-Admirals of the floel worn drlvon to tho Bhlbn Pnlnco In thu Imporlal carriages attended by gunrds nnd tho commnndors of '" floet wore tnkon abonrd tho Imnerlpl Hoot ti.b Kdm'rnls received official calla In tho morning and returned the" At noon they wero guosts of Am bacHdor O'Hrlon at nn luformnl luncheon. Tho nftornoon wn given ovor to two ifpwiun nortlns. ono nt tho Amorlcun embnsv and tho othor at thp residence of nnron Iwnjkl. Tho committee of nrrangomonta has plannod to bring a thousana sailor of tho Amorlcan fleet to Tok lo every day by special train Shore liberty nt Yokohama began today. Tlio rtroeti r llnod with Jackloa from tho Atlnnt'o fjpet. Tho re rnlnt of the utrang 'end '! neon dlsslnated bv tho on'U handed ho "italltv of tho Jananeac people. Thu lean sailors an !ihavlnK splcn dldtv. They are not drinking vpv much and ore a credit to tho nation. . o- - ' " Marlon eeunty cranberries Kro'"n nHir Gorvals are shows at tk 8 1m BMrd of Tra, IN THE FROTH OF THE WAVES. - .