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SALEM, OREGON WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1008.
NO, 817.
OHTEEN DEAD AND MANV HURT IN WRECK
iDERATION LABOR LEADERS REFUSE TO DINE WITH ROOSEVELT
iNY ARE
II 1 1 i IN
COlLISiON
INS CRASH NEAR
H ORLEANS
limited Press Leased Wlro.)
Orleans, La., Nov. 11. Nina
s ire known to havo boon
tad a nunibor Injured In a
ad collision on tho Now Or-
and Northeastern Railway At
tiroods, 12 miles from lioro to-
e bodies of nlno hnvo boon tnk-
m tho wrcckago and tho search
reveal more.
New Orleans and Great North
rain collided with n Northoast-
ewsenger train which cnrrlod
(Continued on Page 5.)
plltlf lfr
tore for
money
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me at the
WARNS U. S.
OF POWER
ONAPAN
SAVS AMERICA NOT
PROTECTED
(United PresB Leased Wlro.)
Dnltlmord, Md Nov. 11.-"Japan
Iuib boon loft poor by tho war, but
you aro practically unprotected
hero," declared Dr. Mnaujl Nylakawn,
tho Jnpanoso lawyer who ropreoonted
Nlp)on In tho San Francisco Bchool
controvorsy In u ntatoniont today.
"Japan could take San Francisco
and pour Into Cnllfornfa.' Wo would
havo no need of provisions thoro 1b
fruit thoro In sufllclont quantities to
feod nn army. Tho struggle might
last yenra but It would bo In San
(Continued on Page 5.)
SOCIALISTS
RIOTING IN
BUDAPEST
SYMPATHIZE WITH
(United Press Leased Wlro.)
Budapest, Hungary, Nov. 11.
Scores of persons woro Injured In n
violent demonstration by tho social
ists on tho atrcots In tho honrt of the
city today beforo tho pollco could In
toroforo. Tho mobs formed quickly after
Bovernl ngltatora Bpoko. Thoy wont
through the streets dofylng tho po
llco when tho offlcors chnrgod iho
crowd, and forced them to dlspcrro.
It Is feared that further trouble
will occur, as tho leadors oponoly
(Continued on page 4.)
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Store . Store
New Line Merchandise and low Prices
hat keeps tho Chicago Storo nlwnvB humming. Our record of soiling th hff?hr"it ntim mnrhnnrtUn
t the lowest prlco In Balem Is ti well known and any Infringement on this record by competitors will X
pt wim a deeper cut.
Women's Coats and Suits
Salem's Suit and Cloak Storo is out again for anothor
week of Record Breaking Prices la Coat and Suits. Jt keeps'
our buyors busy In New York Bonding them by express.
8eoIng Is boliovlng. If you want tho best values In this part
of tho world In Up-to-Date Coats and Suits come to the
CHICAGO STORE.
Ladies' CoaisR50, $5.90, $6.99 $8.50, $9.90
and up
Ladies' ShHs"$M0, $8.50, $9.90, $12.50, $14.50
and up
iihI iRfy
WAR THREAT
WAS ONLY
BIGBLUFE
NATIONS NOT READY
TO EIGHT
(United Press Leased Wlro.)
London, Nov. 11. Tho recent
Franco-Gorman difficulty which was
exploited as threatening a torrlflo
war between tho two powers, has
been exposed as a stupendous bluff,
according to advices received horo
today from Fronch correspondents
Tho now light on tho turbulent
Casa Blanca Incldont Is thrown by
tho.roports of tho correspondents
who solid tholr news by mall to avoid
tho tolcgraph censorship,
Nelthor nation dared to doclaro
war at tho timo, tho corrospondonLi
say. Tho Fronch government wus
ho JBocuro, owing to Uiq financial
depression and political-and jojlg
lous nin rest, that a dofeat by Ger
many would undoubtedly havo meant
a Bccond communist fall of tho re
public. A trifling success of tho Gorman
RACE TRACK
111,111 ON IN
CALIFORNIA
EQUALS NEW YORK
SITUATION
(United Prcsa Leased Wire.)
Ban Francisco, Nov. 11. With
tho election over and the session ot
tho legislature of tho state but little
more than a month away, the inter
ests for and against the race track
gambling In California aro aligning
tholr forces for what will probably
bo ono ot tho most Interesting battles
over fought at the state capital.
Tho California anti-race track
league has boon working for several
years for tho Issue that will come be
foro tho atato legislators and ex
pects to make the hardest fight of
Its record this winter.
On tho other hand the death ot
race-track" gambling in many East
ern fvfaCes has loft California ono of
tho fow placos whoro betting on
horao rncos la still pormlttod and
raco track me.n from all partB of tho
Union aro Joining hands to put up
SOME IMPORTANT EVENTS
Death valley, California, famous for Its rich gold mines, la In tho
throes of temblors, which nro IncrenBlng ovury dny, and miners aro
deserting their rich claims.
Gcorgo K. Wlllard, wealthy Callfornfnn, wife and dnughtor and
Mm. trono Hayes, a frlonil, wpru killed whqn the auto In which, hoy
were riving cntBhod Ihto a train at Rod Bluff, and Wllluvd'e H-.
year-old daughter wbb found on tho cowcatchorot tho train, bruised
and cyst but not sorlously hurt.
Chicago ministers yesterday Invaded tho stockyards and sang
Kymns, which nlagled with bellowing ot cattle being butchered,
There Is but Httlo prospect for any reduction of tho tariffs' accord'
lag to a meotlng of the house committee yesterday.
Taft Is frec-ian'ded to conduct tiro work of his office "without four
or U.vx" b jwdther he aor Chalrsaan Hitchcock made any election
pledges. i
IMPORTED DRESS GOODS AND SILKS
. ards tne latest Dress Goods and Sllka now on sale. We can till jour order on any clusa, kind
8le of Dress Goods and Silks you may ask for either In foreign or domestic goods. Special prices.
25c, 35c, 4!c, Wc, 75c and up to any price
WONDERFUL VALUE8
IN
Girls' Coats
We show the greatest
assortment of Olrl's,
ChUdrea's Coata la Sa
lem1 The Coats are the
newest and the prices
M$f. Z.ftV- &
,wQ-
CHEAT VALUES IX
Dress Skirts
300 Beautiful New
Dress Skirts now on
sale In all the latest
shades and materials.
We ask small prices.
$2.51, ;$2JS,
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frontier; liowever, would havo sut
Seed to Tiro tho cntlro natlen witn
mllltarf ardor t retrieve tho Franc
PruseUa disaster ot ,J87e. The
French government was- gambling oa
that possibility rind 10 adopted an
energetic attitado boforo the world.
Germany, wholly cognizant ot tho
disorganization In her own army
and navy was rutting up a similar
bluff It is said.
The constant fomenting ot the
Moroccan dlspates by Germany, In
dicates to Franco that a conflict wltl'
Germaay Is only a matter of time,
but nu effort will bo spared b
Franco to avoid an outbreak now.
Official and financiers here believe
.hat a, conflict la inevitable, owing
principally to the radical difference
between the two nations and their
constant strife, Imt the time Is not1
yet ripe for a straggle.
When It come, England unques
tionably will lend naval support to
France but would not aid her with
military forces,.
KMern Livestock Receipt.
Chleago, Novy 11. ItecelptsVhors,
38,00; cattle, 18,000; sheep 20,
eoe. jf
Hofs opeaed steady at yesterday
close.'' Left ever yesterday, ;140.
Receipts iifearaiM. ; JHUei
ssisc'-r.lCi- biavv. I6.fiflif;
rough. $MBJSf pW,a4i,r
Xaaaaa C1ty H., Nv. lj,-Ke-celplfl,
begs. ,(: eitl, 19,90;
the fight of their lives,
It is aumlttod tho (loath of raco
track hotting in California would
bo tho heavicKt blow yet sustained
"next to that la Now York and a tre
mendous fight ngalmt tho proposed
nntl-raco track law will bo led by
tho California Jockey club, prob
ably under the direction of Proaldent
Tom Wllllnma.
Tho promoters of tho raco track
doclaro that tho bill will go tho samo
route that It has gone for years la
California legislatures; that It wlM
pass the asuembly and be killed In
tho senate commltteo on public mor
als. It was learned today from' an
authoratatlvo source that the "or
ganization" of tho Hepubllcan party
which will control the tho next legis
lature, has annonced to the race track
people that they wtU have to makp
their own fight at Sacramento this
year.
This year will bif the Brat time
that the legislature of the state will
have been called upon to act upon
a straight moral Issue for years,
and It Is understood that the lead'
era of the organization have refused
to take the responsibility of dictat
ing to Its members how they shall
vote.
RETALIATE
SNUB GIVEN
G0MPERS
ALL PRECEDENTS
BROKEN
V. 8.. HWCOGKIJtJlW NKW
i PAKAQUAX QOVHRSMVST
WajhJagkMj, p. a, Nar, ll.-Tbe
UaKedf -Statf wmmjmucI today Its
dUloa te reeeatce the aew v-
raMMt ef Paragway, which' was s
tab'IsbH (ha reult'of tf succ-
(United Press Leased Wire.)
Denver, Nov. 11.- John Mltehel),
Daniel J, Keefe and James Duaeaa,
three of tho big labor leaders ot th
United States, lb is said today have
practically decided to treak all prec
edent and decline to accept the Invi
tation of President Roosevelt to dine
with him at tho executive manstoa
at Washington.
It Is understood on the beat au
thority thai tho labor leaders made
this promise to the radical delegate
to the (Convention ot the Americas
Federation of Lnb,or In return for
& promise that, no antl-admlnlstra-tlon.
or. .antiaiooseveU elut)oU
would be Introduced In the conven
tion In retaliation of President
RoobovoH'b snub to Samuel Oompers
by falling to Include Gompers tnama
In tho list pf those invited to the
Inbor dinner at tho White House
Novomber 17th,
Although thoro was. no session ot
tho convention today, the djlegat9
In tho hotols woro discussing the
event. It Is known that Gompri
haa had tho greatest difficulty In re
straining the dolegates from taking
somo kind of radical action.
Soveral tlmos during the seeeloa
yestorday.-otho dlspnisloa verged pef-'
llously on tho edge of aa aiU
Roosevolt demonstration, ;
Gompers received (elegrawa ttqm,
various parts of the eouatry yester
day congratulating him that he wa
not Inylted to the dlnaer at the1
Whlto, Ho was In session with the
chlefe of the labor world until early
this morning at his hotel' and. It J,
understood that Jt wa .saojTatll
early today that a compremjw was
arranged in the sltuatlon that threat
ened for a time to become an ops
breach between the Amerlean Fed
eration of Labor and the president.
of tho United State. 4f
Antl-admlnUtratlon feeling raa
high and many delegatps to the con
vention let It be known that they
would bo displeased If Mitchell,
Keofo and Duncan ncqeptt-d Roose
velt's Invitation.
Gompors haa steadfastly refused
to discuss tho snub publicly. He
said teday:
"My position In tho labor" world
does not depend on Invitations to
call at tho White Houro,"
, Most of tho dolegates left oa an
early train today for Colorado
Springs to visit the Union Printers'
Home there whoro a big barbecue
waa given,
n
Kills Wlfo Iteator,
(United Pros Leased 'Wire.)
Colfax, Wash., Nov. 11, Walter
Cordova, a cook, Is dead, his widow
Is In a hospital ttirTorfsg from la
Juries Inflicted by hlra aad . X.
8mlth occupies a cell la the city Jail
today as the result of tragedy that
occurred late yesterday in the kltefc
en of the Calvert betel, where the
three were jsaaployd, Cordova
quarreled wkh his wife ,x4 wai
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