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rf MAIL THIS BOOSTER EDITION TO SOMESfcllND AND BRING HIM TO OREGON t v I f auraal XVI H SALEM, OREGON SATURDAY, NOVKMUKU 21, JOOK. NO. 112(1. Ifc RBfkREDTCAlu chat nnAD a di j iwrfTVi . ROiSfcK 1 M)N SHU 1 -PROBABLY RECOVER i . . l 2 MPERS REELECTED PRESIDENT OF THE LABOR FEDERATION UG'S BULLET WILL PROBABLY NOT PROVE rPfPAL TO DOCTOR S GOOD NIGHT THU G WAS READY TO SHOOT W. W. JOHNSON WHtN UAUUHF. hand, Or, Nov. Zl. in m snouting oi ur. itoucrison mo cn- nmunlty suffers by n crlminul assault upon ono or m mosfvahi- irofcislonal mca who, una novor raueu 10 risic nis own uro m Users. Killings aro bo ircquuni ni ruruanu, inai our cuy uu- the flr t stopping place of tl.ugi and criminals, and Bhould bo ij policed All vagrants and suspicious looking transients should tied and sent to tho rock no unuor gunru or cscortoa out or ONLY ONE DISSENTING DELEGATE LEADER RETURNED 10 OFFICE C. P. TAf T LARGEST D0NAT0R "T"1" TO REPUB FUND OF $1,700,000 u alt pray and sustain plucky Dr. fore Immediately. Ilobortson nnd qundruplo E. HOFER. tho !G GAME IS WON BY HARVARD YALE DEFEATED BY 4 TOO ALSO BEAT UP CLERK F. GUILD FOUND WITH THE GOODS Charles II. Robertson, ono or lost prominent profo!onol if this city, wn shot down at i'clock lait night on tho bridge u tho south Mill race on enth stroot, by a murdoroui ayman, whose commanu 10 throw up his hands tho doctor did not obey. Whllo tho doctor is con fined to hli bed In tho Willamette Snnltorlum tho wound made by the bullet, which jmssod clear through his body from beneath tho right (United Ittm u wirt ) Denver, Colo., Nov. 21. Samuel E. Gompcrs, who lui been president of tho American Federation of Labor slnco 1882, with tho exception of ono year, was re-elected to tho office by tlio dolegates to tho nnnual con vention hero 4odny, by an almost unnnlmoiia voto. But ono delegate voted against Compere, Chnrlcs Jcskc, president Continued on pngr ten.i (Contlnuod on pugo 4.) (e oo tne Business. k can af- ord to sell our .goods at small prices Mnim8iiBigiiiamiif ioiK"ftaa,llllttlil'iV If you want ! ! to net the best goods ;; at the lowest prices come 2 to the Chi- I cago Store. -(Unite dPrcus Leased Wlro.) Now York, Nov. 21. Whon tho report of Treasurer Qoorgo H. Shot don, of tho Republican National com mittee -Is fllod with tho Btato auditor at Albany to which Churles P. Tnft, tho lnrgoit contributor, gave $1G0- 000. Tho btatomont will bo comploto and will bo in detnlled form. It will in- 000000000 i o o o o o wo o o o o I United l'rmri l-onm-d Wlrt.l Now Haven, Conn., Nov. 21. Harvard won tho big annual gnmo from Yalo today with a coro of 1 to 0, Thh la tho first time Harvard has won slnco 1001. Now Havou, Conn., Nov. 21 When the tenuis lined up Coy was found In his old position nt fullback for Yalo. Harvard won tho tova and elected JOOOOOO O O 0 0 o o of'Rockofollor, tho earnings of rlio O SOME IMPORTANT EVENTS According to tho tiwfimonj StuudnrdfOll Company amounted to $80,000,000 during 1007. O . TheIIoiiBo Committee- shown Indications of favoring h reduction 0 on.Jw lumber tariff , . V-- ''':' Nine perished in a.co.U nilno flro at IMitto, Mo'rit., yostorifiiy ' ' 0 Portland ran It h how ml to Now York .alone iih n wliojit ahlppuirf 0 contor. , ., ' O William Gnndjenn, dlhappolntod because Mrs.'Carrlo'Swlfml, aO O Portland waitress loved another, attempted to murder liornnd then 0 O drank carbollo acid, from which h) died In ton minutes. O OOOOOOOOOOO. poo. 0-6 0 P Oi Througli tho arrest of Ulack, tho man who evidently shot Dr. Robort bou last night, Sheriff Harry Mlnto has rolved the Darnoo Cash Store' robbery If damaging ovldonco standi for anything. Sheriff MJnto late this afternoon mado nnothor examination of tho ohoos which Black wore, and took thorn to tho Ilarnos storo In hope of gaining some Identification frorir tho propiTlotors. An empty box which has bcon pulled to tho floor at tho head of tho head of tho bed of Oulld, tho young man awwulted. baro out a comparison that could not bo more perfect. Tho number of shoos found upnjf niack woro the sn"no 'olfthosjiwlilclV Vhe box had formerly contained. " r REPAIRlNdjfc i r 4- SALEM'S GREATEST BOOSTER;; Is The Chicago Store IWe err 1" tho people. Pay them god wages. Wo draw trado from an over mo buucb oi urogon. u- dsand hhln and Southern Washington. We do tho volumo of business that Is tho rcaspn, wo can afford ;boost tin fellow that does tho buslnoss is tho chap that can boost your town; no puis mo anu onorgy (o It ikMi MI r fi 5 l res TABLE 'LINENS J''Jai In Salem. Yard. 75 35 4QC and Up sands of Moncy-saving Bargains all over th Stord eefjg is Befisving Do Your Trading At Salem's Live Storo the Business. -That Docs I Ladies' Coats worth $8 to $10 now $4.95 ? Ladies' Fine Tailored Coats Silk Lined Worth $15 to $18, now $8.90 and $11.90 Ladies' Tailored Suits .Silk Lined and the Latest Materials and up elude tho report of S. S. Upham. assistant treasurer of tho national committee who hnd cuargo In the wost. Upham'u report to bo llod with Sheldon's In Now York will show hut ho collected noarly 500,000 of (ho total contributions The fund Is much Hiuallor than us ual. Four years ago tho contribu tions reached $4,000,000 and eight years ago tho sum roached $8,000, 000, oxcluslvo of amounts sent by Htnto organization. Tho report, this year includes 'such slate contributions In tho total. Tho report show tho following con. (dilutiens: Theodore RoosovolO $1000. Andrew Cnrneglo, $25,000. J. P. Morgan, $25,000. Whltolaw Reld, $2G,000 William Nelson Cromwell of Now York, $25,000. AdolphuB Dusch, of St. j Iouls, $5000. II. C. KorriB, of St. Louis, $5000. 1 w. U. uiCKoy, oi minima wij, $5000. Outaldo of these largo amounts moat of tho fund 1b made 'up of small contributions from approximately twenty thousand contributors. Tho report shows that tho support of tho campaign did not como from tho railroads and banks but from the morcantllo Interests of tho country Cincinnati, O. Nov. 21. It was announced today that Charles P. Taft. brother of tho president-elect, will never his connection with tho public sorvlco corporatidn In which tho Taft &8lnton millions nro Invested. He has resigned tho proaldoiicy of tho Cincinnati Gas & Electric Company $8.50, $9.90, $11. 90, $12.50 t ja(l ,ll dlrwtomhln lo the Cincinnati ,T ' Tm(tIoii coiniiany. Taft'a move is consldwred oqulvn lont to a formal announcement on his part of his candidacy for tho Ohio- jenatorshlp. He is anxious to have his affairs in good shape to handle the coming fight to doteud the Houthorii goal. At 2r05 o'clpck Andrua klokcd t)tt to Corbett who rr.n" thd hall lmok. to Harvard's 20-yard lino. When the bull was put In play lift er tho first down, Cutler punted to Coy In tho middle of tho Hold. Coy went through Fish for'flvo yards and was then smashed through McKay for Hovon moro. On tho next piny Cnv inudo throo yards through the shiiio hole, Whoaton hit 'Jirvard'H right end for llvo yardB and thon Coy waB aont once moro through McKay, Harvard'B loft tackle on whom the attack W8 being contored, Attempt kicking and lino rushes, both sides bolng penalised, character ized tho noxt few minutes of play. Whoaton and Coy proved tho heaviest ground galnors during this period of tho gnmo. Tho ball Heo-sawed in tho contor of tho gridiron for several minutes. Verwleb, Harvard's fullback, proved a powerful ground gainer with ropoated end runs nnd contor bucks. Corbett, Harvard's loft half. In four consocutlvo playa gained twonty-threo yards. Verwlob waa thon relieved by Kennards at fullback. Tho score was made by Kennard who wont In as tho successor of Verl- welb as fullback for Harvard In tho first half. Ho mado tho klolc only n fow minutes after entering tho game. One of tho horoos of the game was Corbett, Harvard's great left half back, who comes from Portland. Ore gon. This westorn lad probably did more than any other crimson playor to gain ground for llarvm-l. FATED BENNINGTON 'l. M1W mi. )Mlnf) vVitlluJo, Cal.. Nov. ,,pl.-r-Ordor WUTo roewJvod today litMho Mnro Isl and navy yard to take up work o tho cruiser Hennlngton which Iuih been out of commission ever slnco tho disastrous oxplonlon at Ban Diego 4 yours ngo. TIiIh tnsk will bo com-j Imenced Jmmedlalely nftor tho colllor Prometheus Is liiunchod on Docomuor 5. Tho accldenU which occurrod to the Hennlngton, entirely wrecked tho onglne room, and It will ho necessary to put In now boilers at a cost of soV oral hundrod thousand dollars. Tho vossel will thon be 'feilovu(od, throughout. .'" Tim Vlcksburir. whfcv la now un der repairs at the, navy yoW will sqon . be turned over to -tuo tfry partment to uo ntica up cutter. Silk Petticoats The Greatest $7.50 Silk Petticoats shown Special Price $3.90 Great Millinery Bargains This Week ' BRYAN GOT MAJORITY OF 4178 IN NEBRASKA Lincoln, Neb., Nov. 21 The offi cial returns today show that Uryac nollod 130.787 votes in Nebraska at tho recent election; Taft 120.609, ac cording to the statement of tho ec- 'WMt.llUI., I.IH.W WII' IM.r.U,r, , Ih, .U... i (io LONG SHOCKS ARE FELT IN MEXICO (United Press Leased Wlrc.l City of Mloo, Nov. 21. Hjirth (jtiukoH hero of oxauptloDal'y loir du atlon shook 11 cltiw mid towip throughMit Mexico yoaterday. ae oordlng to reports received today In this city. No particular damugo reported, and no ersona hjirm be fell tb Inhabitants of tho wnnnuV. tie vls'ted by tho trembler Acort log to the record of the rnet-or log i NEW YORK JAfEEKLY BANK STATEMENT , (UnltfdVrtaa Um4 Wire.) New York, Nov. 21. The wookly statement ,'of tho associated banks Issued to day shows tho following ehanges: ' , Resorvo on all dopollu, docroaie, $612,325. Rosorvo on all deposits othor than United States, docrcaso, $61iri&P0. Ixians, Increase. $4,02f000. Specie, Incronsc, $1,302,40,0. Iegal tondors, Increase, $7it,700. Osposltt, Inoroa'to, $10,505,700. Circulation, doorcawi. $4,530,500. ToUil loaiiB $1,332,773,100; The surplus of tho banks Is $30. 893,126 M against a deficit last: year of $54,103,600. and a Biirplun two years ago of $4,403,425. HENEY'S CONDITION IMPROVES SLOWLY fUnlt'd Pros L asod Wll 8a- Franclneo. Npv. 21. Francis J. Haney'i condition showed little change today except fo rlmprove niost. Only Mw. Heiiey and c'oso relatives aro allowed as yot to vhlf him. Tho pallont wa able to tako r g- leal department th longest shock uiar nourliinent today although lasted 25 seconds, lyet ho la unable to OHt solid food.