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k. ""' .! 8ALKM. OltttGOK. MONDAY, NOVEMBER S, JWMi NO. WW j i- i OLLAND DECLARES WAR VPNF7IIFI A AFT GETS TREMENDOUS OVATIONS fT CLOSING SPEECHES? OCKADE OF PORTS ORDERED 1STR0 IGNNORED TIME LIMIT . ICaltfd PrfM tM Wtr.) ho Hsguo, No. 2. war was vlr- llj declared on vonozuoia .toaay kthe Dutch government ordered ekda.of, all Vonozuolah ports. were sent to tlio commanders Se uutcn uaiuesnips at w mom- lit last Saturday and It is bolloved these orders dlroctcd that a mdo bo tnforced beginning to- The government is preparing to more war ships to the scepp of pble, the blockade of nil Venezuelan was orde-ed by Holland after Tcoutinucul on page 0.) RUSSIA TO STAND BY PROVINCES WITHDRAWS FROM CONFERENCE St. Petersburg, Nov. 2. Although tho officials of tne foreign office Je cllrro to dlectiBs tho matter, it is Intl matod in diplomatic circles today that Russia will -withdraw ' from participation In tho proposed Bat knn conference, and will rofu&o to recognlzo Austria-Hungary's annex ation of Bosnia and jlorzogovina. Thnt this move. Is contemplated by Russia Is positively nusortod by tho parliamentary leudors of thu Douma, but is not verified by ymombers of tho dlplomntlc corps of tho govern ment, tconU n ucd'onPa goX)" VICTORY QFTAET IN DOUBT THREE BIG STATES UNCERTAIN -j. Chicago, 111., Nov. 2. Walter Wollman, In writing in tho Record Horald today, says: Election week dawns with the Ro dent, but Inwardly nervous. Tho Domqcratlc mnnngors are hopeful, as usual. Blgns point to Tafts triumph, but somo unsettled conditions may rovorso this prediction. "Tho result of tho Rockofollor in cldont Is uncurtain. "It Is not known how powerful tho labor voto Is in Indiana, Ohio and Now York. Aro tho Republicans In tho labor unions Joining Gomp- ItCorUinuedorrpage 4.) " SACRIFICES FORTUNE BY , t iALEM'S FASTEST GROWING STORE Vk'.'.cm - i ..wwTm i wummtfmtmmmir IP YOU 8k. Want the BEST BARGAINS in Salem come to the Chicago Store NOTHING SUCCEEDS LIKE SUCCESS We are now doing the greatest business in the history of our store I iU KIIIIKK HtOII tlio neoilia'a fnVOrlfn .tniS Tht. In Iia iuiniJn. MiaIm. IrOm in. I....... I.. .. ... " . .... I. . . .' i inn. ui iii u ii;i; vrars in iw ,nnv .iitmrr fiin h vinof ai.in.m it. Tho wtoro they have rained Dl..... lir...i. ...i h ..I.I I I . l. . "'" uu...H .,.u t,iKKVil. uunmvm in rHIIl'lll. l'lll'll Hill" IIHHBni ". w en lionet Ucallnjr nnd hard work 1ms accomplished, together with bolnjc experts In buying. K'ii arc iih vit y uo our Nt(xro and K't our oMinB uiuw to buy and always having the ln'st value In Salem for our patrons. Bn injustice to your iockctbooc If you make vour iiHrchasem before you visit o I"jn-i 'Ml "i"JlS. vr IWFf WllfWI Women's, ' Misses' i Children's Coats -u Suite Now Sell ing at Snwll Prices I MARRIAGE BY ACTIRL LOSES RdtiO.OOO ' (ObU4 rrM UuM TVlrt.l SA. Fraachco, Nov. 2.v-Be1levlug that Kdwla P. Short, son of the YrV conslk aa4 Michigan ralltfemlr lumber taagaate, and Mhw Barly Hedrlck, a 19'yer-old Pittsburg glrlof prominent family are living la this cUy following an elopement, the pollco are seeking the couple. The chief of police today receive a rqun from the Pittsburg authorities o de tain them, although Jio.okarge ias beeri brought against ihem In Pitts burg. The request from Pittsburg has re voaled that Mlw Hedrlck, It she has The prdporty which consisted of bonds of tho Dorougl) of Bronx, V. V., city, .was loft to hor by an aunt, with tho provision flint- ,Iih Hcdrlnk should many wltU yieap' proval of hor parents, t REPUBLICAN CANDIDATE ISASSURED i BY REMARKABLE ENTHUSIASM , f TTnltnri PrM Ta4 Wire'.) ' YoHHKtOW.0.., NOV. 2. l!U laesse ' erswdit hre Hrriviig here all day to iRdlMte that the etoelng ef the RepullteH eamlga tealght 'will RAlltise he 'enthusiasm that marked the opening of the camtwlgu here last 8tember, wheft aoyeriwr Hughes spoke. Talt is scheduled to speak here lo fclght and Secretary v Oarfleld. and onator Laolldtto nr,o BpeakJBg at meetings this afternoon. An industrial parado, revlowed by Tnft, this afternoon is a feature of thu day'a campaigning. .1 fftfni .... .ii U i ""fli'Tiiron MAX AND WOMAN ' OOMMff HUItOIiAKV (t!nltr1 1'rfM Vm Wlra.t Ban Kranclaco, Ca Nov, 2. An experienced woman burglar, with a young, man m an assistant, la be BIG GAIN IS i f kT lii 'ii ip rv7 o w a pit i rw w ULrlnlll'l wMm ii t 1 . kt . cnriAiiCTC J r Jwt mwmMJ Pj,) r V v EXPECT TO POLL 1,200,000 ,i , - t r T ) u are not looking for long profltu t he Up'to-Dnto Garment. What v, nftfr is lots of snlos anil (kjl Proflts. If you want the Dent nei In this mrt of the world, . and do your trading at tho aHICAGO STORE. CHILDREN'S COAT3, 91.50, 81.03, $2.50, $3.80 and ftip. MISSES' COATS, $2.B0, $2.03, f.1.30 ?1.50 and up. LADIES' SUITS, $7.30, $830, $0,30, $10.50, $13.00 and up. Women's Gloves JmmKn rCWm We are showing a grand assortment both In lone and short pairs, Kid'. Leathers and English. Walking Gloves. We show them in all tho new shades and sell them at Rock Bottom Price9. Short Gloves, Sc, lf, 78c ttttc and up. Loag Kids, $1JW, ?1JM, $i.e, $.ix and up. Short EaglUb LeatUer from up. Women's, Misses and Children's Furs We aro showing the Greatest Values In Salem 'n Ladies'. MIsseV and Children' Furs. We can show you all kinds white, colored, browns and b!ack and la all styles and mokes. W are selling them at Small Prices. 7c, de, $1.1. $JW, $& aad up. PWST i A ft' kJW vmmnmK SOME IMPORTANT EVENTS Odds against Bryan 'are 8 t'o 1, na nkalnst D tp 1 on two pro rloua campaigns. ; rt, Tho IWpubllcan forecast today Id 301 for Tnft, H7 for Bryan and 34 doubtful. , Possos dnd dogs hr'o tracing two dosporadoosj supposod to havq 'committed recont robberies In Manly, Nob., nnd of "having killed ft nlghtwatchnlnn. ' Tho Domocrnts claim Bryau will got 333 votes. Four husky chauffeurs attondod n Wedding coromony on Halloween of another chauffeur, and, six hours nftor tho cerqiuony, whisked off tho brldogroom npcl held him captive In a dungeon until noon tho following day. , A revolt I on among the students of the WnHljlngtoji Stato Unl vorslty. and President Kane' was burned in offlgy onrly 8und) morn Ing. Tho troublo Is caused because 'of soclnl restrictions. Tho registration In Oregon Bhpwu 133.178 voters, of which 80, 39C nro Republicans. ' Tho University or Orbgon footlnl team dofontod tho Idaho pluyors, by n scoro of 27 to 21. t A burglur, dreaed In' a 4ress suit, worked among tho guests nt u faahlonnble reception lijjr Ohlcngo yosterdny, mulseciuod l00 worth of Jewolry. It Is claimed that tho Orogon railroads hnvo boon issqsaod or only ubout ono-thlrd o'f their vlio. Albany's npplo fair boBlnH" Novmbor 1,0; one of tlw prlnclpni foaturos will bo tlio oponlnp of tho union depot. Fivo housand clorks In Washington hav olof t io nattonul oapltnl to go homo to vote. , , John'H. Colvln, who died recently in Portland, was born In Imllunu In 1825. and enmo to Oregon In '865. Archbishop Christie lias'dodldnd th" new nc'idcmy jit Albany. It Is estimated that far lesa thal flU.UOO has bt-eji but upon tho election In Portland lesa thah u't any provlous election. h s It Is believed thatMhj$r,ef t of )ieved to Jjave robbpd the 'womea'B the young woman do not approve of Shore and that tho money, will bo for feited. Mrs. Hedrlck, 4ho girl's' mother, has written to the police hero to spare bo exponso in endeavoring to find hor daughter. ' CHIXIiSK KXTKItTAIX AMKIHOAN8 AT TJiA Ds4t4 1'rtM Uwd Wire,) Amoy, China, Nov. 2. T.ho Mature of today's entertainment to tho 6ffl- cers ana men oi me mnu ijuwif Bhlp fleet Is tho reception jjlven thorn by the foreign colony oil' the isjaad of Kulangsu. , Durlag tho day reception tea? were given to the efkers of tWe Jleet by wpalthy Chlee merchant att4fH hole npartment shop of Wolf & Hawley of several thousand dollars in good. Tho robbory was discovered today when opiployea of the firm entered tho itoro. While the actual burglary was done by a woman, as tho story of tho po lice, say a woman entered the stora Saturday afternoon with a'youn man and Indicated to tlrular nrtlcles to bo the moBt valuable waists, tnlreheaux handbags and piece of Jewelry are missing. The Intruder showed a nice dUcrimlnatlon and it Is believed ho acted under the woman's direc tions. No attempt apparently iad been made toepen th' safe. Enorance wa ffalaed by horl-g a in the flooring, at the rear of n I.I... ItoA ...- It W(D (Ml taken. Only cials. Social eatertulnmnis ie the bluldlag, the couple, N elew was left by (tfctK.4 Prm !. Wtr.V . Ch'leaso, III., Nov. J, A. 'M. lin ens et the SoelalttC ,hMm4 m mittee today .dkhiredjihat lie' i elaliH party Wenld pU 1,I9,14" or l.abe.OOO vote towerrey, "He1 Wtlmatea that the vee In' IuWt wllf he 100,009 had a.Odl't thee wl he east In Cook'cWui'Hty, Tiils' w(tf be'a gain of 26.008 Iti iillitol, and a gain, or fiOOToO'O'ia tHtlfi' Ualteil Btatetf, ' '' ' j 80CIAL18TH MXURKHAN , OVKR COJMlITlbXS Chicago, Ills., Nov 3. Kuijene V. Dubs. Beclallst candidate for pre(t- Vrtn-itr'r'fXiJ',''rtiry-4nr,fcAtaiwJ In-tlie Ilnal daik erihe: eaiJg. day. He will cloee his 'ca'nva W-f , night nt Terra Haute, where a big mooting will be held) Debs l4c).r4 that the indications show an enofi mous Increase In the suppert of the SoclallHt party throughout the Wid dlu woit. The leaders .here are' par ticularly pleased -with the showing ia the, last, few .days. ' At tho party headmartr. It WM announced today that Ahe SdelsUlet" vote In Chicago will h R0.0Q9 andf that the vote In the state Will h iop.ooe, Vhb leaders of th ether patHltw today estimate' the floeJallst vt Wt this rlty at 40,000, The DehV t aro well plealed with the resaUet the eawpalKH and say that the y4 tonVerrovvi Will mark a new era In tto clallsm in the United itatee, a i h 'Ar O O O O O O Q p Q, ii,Liiu:i: club Tq q MAKE A TLMW Olf IT O Tho Illlhoo Club manage. O niont hna mado uirankOWHts O O for ii dlro w'lro In tholr build. O O. ing to furnish the ' meMibere O 'O 'with tho returua as fat't'aa they O O como in; DemocVitlo 5nt Re- O O publican momber4 will bo,0 0 there In nhundnnvo to condone O O or celebrnto with each other Q O aa tho onso may he JI'o moke O O qulto u Jinks of tha occasion, vv O O, lunch will bo Borvod tho mim.t0 ' O hers, and It Is very likely th O O nffnlr wll keep many tired, but O O Interested patriots from their O' O bedn. na 1 will probably btufaJr' O O ly late Wednesday nala'g hi 0' O foro anything definite can be 0 O determined, O o o o o o b o, . 0 o o MUH1NF.W HOUHKH CtSMK IN QI4(VKriANI (United Press Leaed Wire.l Cleveland, 0 Nov. 2. Taft wa greeted with tromendoua enthusiasm when ho .spoke hero this oftornoo,!.. Ho was greeted at the doput My the Republican marching clubs. whll bauds blared forth tholr welcome to the Republican candidate, Many business nouses clrtaed their doors, and t( geuernl holiday was (o dared, The clorks fro mail th stores and ninny tncuny won wu on-hand to Jlsten to Taftfipfttk,' He' was eecorted rrom't'e (raijlo the .CentraP Armory, whore ho spoke to a crowd that nvernowud Jn(p (h street, Taft and his party Wf t at V 'o'clock er Youagstown, planned for the eveala.