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VOL. XVIII
SALEM, OREGON FlUDAV, NOVEMBER 0, 108
NO. U 13
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ING C. W. MORSE TO SERVE 15 YEARS
BMAND MADE THAT KAISER CURB HIS POLICIES" OR ABDICATE
INANCIER
GETS LONG
SENTENCE
WIS ESCAPES
PENALTV
(United Press L-ucl Wire
New York, Nov. G. Charles W.
blow, until a few months ngo, Ico
Iking and prominent factor In tho
flmuclal world, must apond 15 years
!In itato prison. Judgo Hough this
morning passed this sontenco on thb
convicted mnn.
Sentence was suspended In tho enso
of Alfred H. Curtis, formor presldont
lot the Dank of North America.
The men woro found guilty yes-
herday of misappropriation of the
Ffunds of tho bank and falsification
of records
(Continued on Page 4.)
A SPECIAL
TRAIN TOR
SALEMITES
TO 60 TO ALBANVS
APPLE FAIR
With n brass band, bolls anda Jolly
crowd aboard , tho special train
givo good roforenccs. Apply nt
loaves Salem for Albany to nttand
tho Albany Applo Pair noxt Thurs
day, "Salem Day." A good, Jolly
crowd of Sulotnltcs It is oxpectod
will go up on tho special train, which
loaves in tho afternoon. It is hoped
Salem will at least mako ns good n
allowing at tho Albany Applo Fair
as Albany docs oach tlmo nt Salem's
Chorry Fair.
Tho excursion to tho Albany 'Apple
Fair Is n ottlod fact and will take
GOMPERS TO
GO BEFORE
FEDERATION
AND MUST EXPLAIN
HIS STAND
(United PrcM Leaied Wire.)
Washington, D. C, Nov G. Bo-
foro ho left hero -today to attond tho
annual convention of tho American
Federation of Labor at Donver, Sam
uol 13. Qompers, prosldont of tho
organization, gavo out an intorviow,
in which ho dcclnred that ho 1b not
a candldato for ro-olectlon as presi
dent of tho federation.
"I am not a candidato for ro-olectlon
as presldont of tho American
Fodorntlon of Labor in tho bohbo that
I seek tho offlco," declared Goiupors.
"But If I am not activo ns presldont,
THE WEArON
WE FIGHT
WITH IS LOW
PRICES
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MARSHALL
FIELD'S O F
CHICAGO.
THE REST IN
AMERICA
MISSING
GIRL IN
J50ST0N
SAY DISTRACTED
PARENTS
Salem's Greatest Store
FOR THE QUICK SELLING OF MERCHANDISE
OFFERS DURING THIS WEEK'S BALK UP-TO-DATE NEW GOODS AT PRICES THAT WILL MAKE A
LIVELY PACE FPU OUR COMPETITORS. REMEMBER, AVE ARK LEADERS, NOT FOLLOWER?.
JUST RECEIVED BY EXPRESS, THE LATEST IN THE FOLLOWING:
Women's Suits and Coats,. Dress Skirts, Furs, Silk Petti
coats, Children's Coats, Sweaters New Waisting Silks,
New Dress Goods, Millinery, Kid Gloves, Ruching Etc.
1 00 New Suits
Just received. They are beautlfu'.
Tho latest modified Dlrestolro and
Sheath effocti. Material tho fates.
Wo ask Small Prices.
$8.50, $10.50
$1 2.50 and up
$7.50 Black Silk Petticoats, while'
they last for $3.05
Ladies' Coats
In Dlack and Colers: tho very latest.
Price $4.95, $6.90
$8.90 and up
. Dress Goods and
Silks
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(United Press Leaied Wire.)
Alameda, Cal Nov. G. Drokon
hearted by tho mysterious disappear
anco and nbsonco of hor daughtor,
Edna Clark, tho fair-haired art stu
dont for whom tho polico of many
cities nro Hooking, Mrs, A. E. Mack
Is at hor homo today in a stato of
montal and physical collapse.
Tho only encoring nows that has
boon given to tho woman, who l"
hysterical, Is that her daughter on
tho day of hor dlsappoaranco pur
chased a tlekot for Boston, at tho
Oakland tlekot ofllco of tho Santa Fe
road. Tho family faintly hopo -that
a Jetter from tho girl will soon ar
rive. 'The Identity ofjdlwi Clark ,aa tho
agitated girt who boughl a t'kkeT fot
Doston on Octobor 27, was establish
ed by Ticket Agent T. A, Rlgdon of
tho Santa Fo and by tho fnmlly.
TOO MANY
MISTAKES
BY KAISER
PEOPLE DEMAND HE
KEEP OFF
(United 11. '.eared Wlre.l
Borlln, Nov, G. As tho culmina
tion of weeks of protests against tho
diplomatic orrora of tho German for
olgn olltcos, Editor Hnrdln of "Die
Zukumft," today camo out with the
bold declaration that tho katsor must
cither curb his tondoncy to ongago
In controvorsnl politico or abdlctate
tho throno,
Tho oittornnco Is considered tho
boldest that has ovor appeared In
n Gorman nowspnpor. It has oreated
groat oxeltomont hero and there Is
talk that Hnrdln will bo called to
task forthlB editorial,
Borlln, Gormany, Nov. 0. Oer
mans nro today demanding tho coin
pie to ro-oragnlzatlon ef tho lor'elgn
offlco. The press is Insistent that the
affairs of tho foreign offlco bo .loft to
a mlnlBtor who will have cojnpleto
chargo of foreign affairs without in-
SOME IMPORTANT EVENTS
C. W. Morso and Alfrod II. Curtis, director and ox-pniBldont, re
spectively, of tho National Bank of North America, woro ycatorday
found guilty of misapplication of the bank's funds, and of falslfylug
tho hooks.
Tho now 6 gold pieces being turned out by tho mints hn,vo do
pressod instead of alfcod faces. t ft .
At tho banuot given Taft last night In incjnnntl. hu (old' tho busi
ness men to go ahead full blast, but to keop within tho pao .of tho
law. - ,
Hostilities nro threatened botweon Germany and Franco, beca,uo.ot
troublo at Cana Blancu.
Judgo GroBscup Is to quit tho bench after 'Taft Is Inaugurated;
It Is rumorod ho Is hanging on bocAUso of his enmity to Lundls.
Tho Socialists aro claiming that tho final count will show that their,
party hnn tioublod slnco tho.oloctlon of 1004.
LOVERS
OUTWIT
JFATHER
mm WITH AID OF
MOTHER
The greatest stock in 8alm. Price,
yard. . . .'-.V, JJOc, 40c, 05c ml up
Chicago Store
SALEM, OREGON
, Tllgdon told the .polico that ho
recognized tho phtograph of MIsi
Clark to be that of the purchaser of
tho ticket. Ho particularly de
scribed a pin the girl wore.
Relatives declaro that Edna Clark
owned and woro such a pin. They
say a stone was lost from tho pin
s'evoral weeks ago and that It was re
paired by tho girl's grandfather, Eli
jah Clark, who is a retired Joweler.
Tho stone that was replaced was of
a darker lino than the others. A fow
feet away tho pin still had tho ap
torforenco from tho kulMr, who Is
characterized as Impetuous. "
Beginning with a Iosj of prestige
to Gormany through tho failure of
tho Gorman foreign offlco to forosoo
tho success of tho "Young Turk"
movomont, and culminating in tho
Casa Blanca fiasco and tho London
express Incident, Gormany hnB had
tho wort of every international complication.
Tho BO-callod triple alliance among
England, France and Russia Is con-
ponranco of having n stono missing. I domnod by tho Germnns as a foollih
Rlgdon says that tho girl told him J '"n(r on tho part of the Gorman
she wished n ticket cancelled that I 'l'lomats because Gormany was loft
she had purchased in San Francisco.
Slto appeared groatly agitated and
hestlated about buying tho Ronton
ticket. Tho ticket had stop-over
privileges for tho grand ennyon and
Chicago.
The family bellove that tho girl
went to Boston, as she had often ex
pressed hor doelro to study In the
Boston Academy of Art.
MH
KILLS HIMSELF MY
CHEWING TONGUE AWAY
rnnlted I'i-mi Uaitd Wire. I
Vancouver, B. C, Nov. 0. Ono of
the Btrangost cases of sulcldo over
reportod has Just been found through
the death of Arthur Newman, a plo
r r. who actually klllod hlmiejf by
chewing nil tongue to a pulp.
After ho was found in his cell
bleeding from the mouth a hurried
examination dlloed tho novel
means the man had adopted to end
bis life. He wa rutfeed to a kopItal
out of the International entente.
Recognizing -tho Impetuouslty of
tbo emperor, thoro Is greater neoil of
diplomacy In tho foreign offlco than
In any othor of thQ chancellories, say
tho GormaHa. iiT1TJ
Tho Gorman people love peaco ant'
arguo that it Is bettor to clean home
now than to Jet hindering contlnuo
in a point where Germany will be
either compolled to fight or with
draw from a new entanglement with
another loss of prestige.
Tho German foreign offlco Is criti
cized because of its failure to agree
with Franco ,on soma plans of action
In tho Casa Blanca caso boforo It
bcyamo necessary to demand or send
apologies to protect Rational preittgo
and honor.
but toon died from heart failure and
low of blood. He was wrvlng Uq
lfiit year of a ive years term for but;
glary
(United Press Leaded Wire.)
Seattle, Nov. 6. Happy In the
thought that their scheming, match
ed against that of an Irate father,
who opposed thenl at overy turn,
finally ros lifted In their marriage.
Mantor Signal Electrlclaw JeKrles,
stationed at 4ho Presidio, Saa Fran
cisco, and his brldo, formerly Hiss
Clara Nlodorhausor, are today Ball
ing tho ocean on their honeymoon
trip to tho Golden Gate city.
Tho fact that Mrs. Nledenhauser,
mother of tho bride, aided the elop
ers In ovory possible way against th
wlnhea of hor husband has added
groatly to tho Joys of the' pair. After
Miss Nlodorhauaer's father had for
blddea hla aughrer'K ioVer toiler
his homo again Hie couple arranged
for an olopumont yesterday.
Aftor oludlng the watchful father,
Miss NIodorhHiiser waited two hours
at tho church of the Immaoulate
Conception for the groom, who
thought ho was, to meet her at thJ
cathedral oi St. Jamea,
Tho brldo was In tears when her
lovor arrived. Tho lattor, with hlr
boit man, J. C. .Hagerman, a toeaV
army recruiting officor, wore almost
distracted with fears that tho father
had dlscovorcd tho plot. s
Tho mothor was ciinable to leave
tho houso bocauso tho father failed
to no to work tlmt morning and.
finally, wl'en Joffrlos telephoned
thora for nn explanation, set him
aright ai to directions and he.hwr-'
rlcd off to tho proper church, where
tho bride and hor sister had gone,
Tho mothor also finally eluded the
father and hurrfed to the chHreh,
whom thp ceromo'nv wai performed
by Father Robort Smith, Just one
half hour boforo the "ailing of the
boat which was to carry thorn to ian
Francisco. ,,
CALIFORNIA SEEKS
TARIFF REVISION
8an Francisco, Uov. 0, TJio mem
bers of -the general committee on
tariff revision for tho stato of Califor
nia, called togothor by tho California
Promotldn committee, began prepar
ing today a report tq bo presented fo
the vays und means committee of
the houso at the approaching sesalotk
According to Judgo N. P. ChlpmaB,
of Sacramento, tho committee will
work night and day to preparo the
data,
Judgo Chlpman yesterday doclarod
that tho action of Chairman Sorcito
Pay no In suddenly calling tbo con
gressional committer) togothor ap
peared for tho purpose of forestalling;
possible protestors to Its suggestion
for tho rov'slou of tho tariff
The local committee rocolved ur
gent requests fom Congressman
Neodhnm, of California, who Is h
member of tho cougresnlonal com
mit eo. to liMrry tho roport and for
ward R. an tho first mooting Is set
for next Monday.
All of tho subcommittees consld
erincr tho asncctH of tho tariff on sti
fled Industries have endorsed a high
protective tariff but have failed to
'append arguments for Its retention.
This failure will be remedied before
(he final report of the local commit
9o I forwarded,

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