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r 1 DAILY CAPITAL JUlltNAL, SAL12M, OHKGOX, MONDAY, APltlL 12, 11H)1). NO. 70. lo- Imtntol' V ? r V. .tfSON TO FIGHT KtCHTEL TUK .ACUTE .IJKUNHTTE .FltOM PAll AUSTRALIA WILL MEET Till DIG llHUISKIt FltOM MiCII 10 AN SOME TIME IN OCTOHKlt. JEFFRIES OUT OF IT Kctchcl Anxious to Moot Uio Dig Iilnck Animal From tho Antipodes and Mnjr Ito Soryr for Ills Inordl Dosirc. United Press Leased Wire San Francisco, April 12. "Havo accoptcd proposition from Coffroth to fight Johnson. Portola wook; fight assurod If Johnson Is on tho lovol." This tologmtn wna rccolvod by WIN Ho Jacobs, sporting editor of tho San Franclaoo Nows, today, and signed by Wlllln Drlttt, manngor of Stanley Kotchol, and npparontly confirms tho roport that Coffroth has boon success ful In landing thq match sought bo twoon tho conqueror of Tommy Burns and tho husky Michlgander. Tlio local fight promoter recently Journoycd to Now York to uso his porauaalro abilities upon big Jim Jef frles, In an effort to forco the undo fcatod champion Into tho ring with tho negro. Coffroth Rooms to havo I Of the Latest Spring Merchandise Wo novor offer promluraa of any kind to Induco trado. Wo aro horo all tho tlmo with tho nest, Latent and Nowcst of Morchandlso at Lowest Prices. Thcso aro tho Promlums tho Chlcngo 8toro has to offer. That is why wo grow. No schomos but honest values. Tho boat prices you can get elsowhoro wo will boat. Spot cash buying doos tho work. s&F values rials styles, flS.uo KPItl.Nti SUITS Now only $18.00 SPUING SUITS Now only 923.00 SPUING SUITS Now only mII Tailor-Made. Long Coats, Slue Lined, Skirts. Full Flare and Latest DRESS GOODS and SILKS Here you will find the greatest stock in Salem to select from In tho latest up-to-dato styles and mate rials. Silk suitings in a great variety. Wool sui .nga In a great variety Prlco yard. 25c, 35c, 49c. 65c 75c and upwards 10c embroider cries, 4 Inohes wide with scal loped edgos. now only yard fared no hotter In his quest than hnvo the other half dozen promotors who have been cnmp'ng on tho trail of tho "nig Ono" slnco ho went on tho road. Jeff assured Coffroth that un der no circumstances will ho enter tho ring for six months, and In vlow of this fact James Iinmodlatoly set out after Kctchcl, and Incidentally his buslnesa-llko manager Wlllus B. According to Ooffroth, Kctchcl Is crnzy to got Into the ring with tho dusky pretender. Arrangements were mndo with Drltt In record time, and then tho pursuit of Jack Johnson was begun. Thrco hours with Johnson behind closed doors brought about tho de sired result, and tho negro consented to meet Kotchol In San Francisco dur lng Portola week In October. Johnson will rail for London luto In May, to fill his music hall ongagomonta thero, and will roturn In ample tlmo to finish his training for tho mill. BRIDGE OPENED TUESDAY MORNING Tomorrow, Tuesday morning tho last splko of tho now brldgo over South Mill crcok on Commercial street will bo drlvon and at that tlmo tho ontlro now Btructuro will bo thrown open to Unfile. . From remarks over heard by many who nro In positions to judgo of such bridges, tho con tractors have not overlooked any thing, and dono splendid work, tondt o cntiBo nny defect In tho new brldgo, and Herron nnd Pugh, tho builders, havo rccolvod mnny com 'munts upon their succoos In con structing tho brldgo. It will tnko consldorablo tlmo yot to put tho roadwny loading to tho brldgo in Its former condition owing to It bolng cut up by tho workmen. EASTER OPENING Easter Suits The swollest lino of up to dato now Spring Suits shown In Salem and at nbout half what you havo to pny else where. Mr. Lnokey, our buyor lu Now York, is the man bohlnd the gun. Wo nro hare with tho Miss Dodd, of Now York. In our inilllnory buy or. and Ir ths big olty she Is considered one of the boat mllllnory experts iu new York. Sho sonds us now trimmed hats ovory week creations of hor own aud Paris models. . What sho rooommonds Is right up to the minute style. u.O new hats hereon exhibition and not any two allko. Wo aro not look ing for profits. What wo want Is quick sales. Keep turn(ng tho stock over and over. Quick Sales and Little Profits. Saie Prices $1 .95, $2.50 $2.95, $3.50, $3.95 and up mate tho and '$7.50 $9.50 $14.50 Coats, Silk trimmings PAYNE TARIFF MEASURE IS A COMPltOMIKK FltOM A TO Z AND CONSEQUENTLY WILL PLEASE .NE1TIIEU MANUFAC TUItEU NOK CONSUMER, NOIt ANY ONE ELSE. ALL FOR'SYMMETRT Until tho Full Schedule la Mad No Legitimate Conmuict Can lw Made . .on It, Hut That It Will Do Unsat isfactory Is Conceded. Washington, D. C, April 12. Tho Payno tariff bill, as amondod by the sennto flnanco committee, was or dered reported to tho sennto today, after n mooting of tho commltteo, tho full momborohlp of which, Including tho Democrats, was present. Tho bill, when prosontod to tho sonata, was accompanied by a summary of a gcnornl charactor, prepared by Son ntor Aldrlch. In tho main tho rates In tho bill, as reported from tho flunnco commit too, aro lowor than Whon It was passed by tho house Tho actual numbor of reductions Is about throo ttmoi tho numbor of Increases. Such Increases as havo boon made In thej sennto commltteo had boen largo'y rondorcd noceasnry to prosorvo the symmotory of tho schedules. Iiest standard Calicoes, all colors, now yard ouly 4c Easter Millinery A consldorablo number of articles for common uso havo been removed from tho dutiablo list of tho house birr and removod to the froo list. A groat mnso of rntcs are much lowor than thoso In tho existing law. Among tho changed proposed by tho sennto committee nro tho follow fellow follew ing: In schcdulo A, which includos ohomlcnls, tho principal changes aro In tho nnturo of reductions bolow tho house bill. Ono Important chango Is tho putting distilled expressed oils on tho frco list. In schcdulo B, dealing with oarth ( and carthonwnre, tho rates remain tho snmo. Tho sonato commltteo re-i duced tho dutlo-f on common earthen-1 wnro lo tho rato already In effect un der tho Dtngley tariff. Qlasswaro will Tomnln tho samo as In tho houso bill. j Iron ore was rostorcd to tho du- tlablo list at 25 cents per ton, which lo n reduction of 15 conts per ton J from tho Dlngloy rato. Tho houso mado largo reductions In this schcd ulo throughout nnd nearly nil of thooo woro retained by tho sonato commltteo. in auauion 10 mow mmio j u. houso, tho sonato commltteo baa mado n largo numbor of other roduc- tlons. Tho commlttoo has retained tho houso' rato of 1ft cents a pound on load oro, but has been obliged to ralso tho rates on load products throughout tho Jilll to correspond " ' " .""'. ..-.! ,.,. Houso rntos on mnnufneturod wood i rm.. .t. havo boon rotnlnod. Thoso show ro- ductlons from tho Dlngloy ratos In nlmrtaf nunrv Innlnnpn Tmnnrted hardwoods woro placed on tho froe list by tho sennto commlttoo. Tho sugar schedule was loft as If enmo from tho houso, but tho houso ratos on sugared biscuits and wafers woro red u cod. In schcdulo D the 'houso rato of $1 per qiousand foot on rough lurnbor was nrtnlnod. This 1. a reduction of $1 from tho Dlngloy rate. Tho sonnto bill Increases tho duty on lemons from ono nnd ono-fourth cents a pound to ono and ono-half conts. Pineapples in pnekages aro reduced from olght cents to sovon cettfl ptr cubic foot, and In bulk from $8 to 7 por thousand. Tho "agricultural" schcdulo, in cluding moat products, will romaln practically unohnngod, ozcopt whom reductions by tho commltteo ro storod tho Dlngloy rates. Tho commltteo gavo as Its opinion that any noccssary Incroaso should bo made upon luxuries, rather than upon nccossarlofl, and apparently havo followed this policy In tho con struction of thh bill Tbo sonato nppllod this prlnc'plo In restoring sp'cos to tho free list. Tho rates on winea hnvo boen In- croosod throughout by tho commit teo. nnd It is estimated that the ad- dltlonnl rovonuo derived from this nourco will roach a total of $3,000.- 000 annually. Tho greater part of this will romilt from Incroasod dutloa on rhampagno. .. tt N00DEN HORSE MAKES GOOD RU-AWAY Il'nliril Pro ihim! wire. Prtwcott. Ariz., Aprl 112. When several prototypes of alkalolde rolled unelMdlly across tho street toward , .... . . hed hyo thrlst quonohlng station todny they witnessed n sight thta , made thorn forswoar muscat for aj twelvemonth. A glass-eyed, wooden bodied horse. mounted . ... J5i I TT' 71 " Y wMl nnd carried mnjestical. a neavy ly down one of the principal streets of tho town. I...I urn ,n. l... ....... w.- garrously expatiating upon his prow ess as a horseman, tho wooden equin ore down upon his. With yolls of terror tbo group Bcatterod, soared sober by the vision. Veering his course, the wooden runaway collide dwlth a horse and buggy and started an equine demon-1 stratlon. The horse becoming soared kicked the woodeon horse, causing him to roll alomr until he hit a fin. . pole This broke several wooden bonus, ripped out a quantity of uorso, hair and fraotured a glass eye. It also endede the runaway's flight and be lu now In a carpenter shop hos- jpftal belngma de ready for the re- church ou Mott street, where Petro sumption of business at the old stand, isloo was a parishioner Flags were BIG BULL OUT TROTS HORSES MAKES HALF .MILE IN l:iJ TO SULKY AND DOES IT SO EASILY HIS TllAlNEHS SEE A HECOIID DUEAKEU IN 1UM. A RECORD BREAKER "' wnw Confident of Hi. Speed They Insuo a Challenge to tlio Dost Horses In America for a Mutch Trot. 1 United Vrtt I.eticd Wlre.1 Wnynosburg, Pn., April 12.- -nac- , oiporta who follow tho trotting ganRJ Rt tu county fftre ,n Wostora ponnavivn,.n. nrn mnuin "future bookf w Mpoclod norfornmncc of tho original racing bull, which wltl fin nntnrwfl ntrAlnf nil nnmnr. In tlin trot; th, , Thin bull has boon trained secretly " I'f. Joseph D. Chanoy and John II. 11ob for tho lost throo years. Ho Is ... '.. ,,fn, ittS vs sets uwswsw w was old enough to "tnko his meals ny rm homo." as Dr, Chanoy said todny, ho was making phonom- onal tlmo up and down tho barn lot. Tho bull has mado a halt mile ti 1:32' ,,,tchwl to fl ou,k,y' nnd "8 ow.? urn mivu isnuuu a cuhiiuiiko lor inua rncon with tho fastest horses; that can ";-' " ' " "m. c ,c" haro boon arranged. Tho bo found at tho fairs. Sovornl nun is tour years oia. GREGORY A POOR STICK 4 LAID DOWN WITH U.S BEHIND HIM Mobllo, Ala, April 12. It Is bo Moved hore todny that tho alleged In- HU,t ln"ll Uon John II. Orogory, Jr, forinor Unltod States chargo I'ttfulree at Managua, Nloarngua, woro l,Hrt of 'I" determined efforts w'oh It Is stated aro being mndo by tho Xolnya govTnmont to drlvo jAmerloane from tho aountry. KjZlTuZToZZ 7mT,t the Central American republic, nro said to state that Orogory was held a prisonor at tho capital, and that ho WR watehed night and day by gov- oramM V'"- H a'o bi'I thatlio ZlLlTu !laT officials when ho called at tho dlota- ,or,tt I)aInw, , 0 n(orw)t of Amor. cans and American affairs. It is stated In Washington that Gregory has resigned his position becau f " unbearable Insults ho as ooon oomeiiea io ooar at tlie ,,ttnil o l" y Kovernmont. ,. ., , , T.," ,, '7. .7 V . . (Public tho details of the treatment Ha twSM tlldiln trt IIK.Innan ."" " " UHUHIftU, A PINKERTON VICTIM RECEIVES HONORS (UdIu.1 I'rru Iim4 Wlrt.l Now York, April 12. Joseph Po trosino, Heutonaut of tho local pollco forco" who Wfts assassinated by the I,lack Hand at Pftlormo, Italy, was burled today at Cavalry comotory. Fathors Lavollo and Kearney con- duoted the funeral services. Highest tribute wa paid to the memory of the great Itallan-Amerl can detect ve. An enormous crowd gathered at the old St. Patrick's lowered to linlf-innat during tho day, Attor the cervices at tho church a fninornl procession was formed and the romnlua tnkon to tho comotory for Intormciit. Two full roglmonts of police, n battalion of flrcmon, un dor tho porsonnl cotnmnnd of Chlof Crockor, and nil of tho officials of the fire nnd pollco dopnrtmonts Avoro la tho proress'ott, Italian soclotloe of which Petroulno wns a mombor wore also reprosoutod lu tho lino. Evory procnutlon against a dem onstration wan taken by tho police. Plnln clothot men mingled with the Immcnno crowds which " lined the Btroota through which tho funeral procession passod. As a further pro tection against vlolonco all Italians known to hnvo pollco rocords were rounded up and plncod In Jail until after tho coromonlcs woro over. o EVERYBODY WANTS TO GET UP IN THE AIR (United 1'rru Leaint Wlrcl Oaklaad, Cat., April 12. Follow ing tho ouccossfu! baloon flight of Aoronnut P. A. Van Tassel, made from thin olty yostorday, under the oMsplcos of tho Ban Frnnolnco Aoro Club, nrrangomonts aro bolng made for n Rorloa of noconslonn nt regular Intorvnls In tho uolr future. Accompnnlod by Joseph M. Martin chief paying tollor of Lho Crocker National Unnk of Ban Francisco, and Knox Maddox, an nttornoy of this city, Captain Van Tnsaol boarded his groat gas nlr craft "Dorkoloy" nt the club's grounds, and cut looso at 11 o'clock yestordny morning. Tho big balloon, GO by S3 foot In sire, weighs approximately 000 pounds, and holds CO, 000 cubic feet of gas. Tho wolght of tho passong ors and ballast created an additional burden of 000 pounds. Hlslng easi ly, It nttalncd a height of 7000 feet, which la maintained for Ihrco hours. Thedoscnt wan mndo nt fiunol,, Con tra Coatn county, Tho Ban Krnuclsco aoro club, un der tho nusplcoa of which tho ascent war. mado, la composod or promlnont Ba nPrnnclsco, Oakland nnd Uorke loy bttslnoss men, who aro Intorosted In aeronautics. Van Tassel, who Is tho president of tho club, Is a bal loonist of many yean exporlonco In this country and In JCuropo. An ef fort lu to bo mndo to organlso similar organlzatlonj In Lot Angoleti aud oth or coast cltlos, and to bring aoron nutlco to the plana o! dthor rocog nlod sports on the const. HAMER FURNISHED HIS0WN APPLAUSE ... lUnllwl I'reM f.f.l Wlre.1 Washington, April 'i.8x pages of tho Congressional Itocord or. lllo today nro duvotod to n gposoh by Rep resentative I lamer, u ilrsUtlmo Re publican congressman from Idnho. In addition to being ouploiis, tho spuuah of Humor apparently made considerable of a hit, bulng freely sprinkled with brnekotod words suoh us "applaiiHo," "IniiKlitnr and np plauHo," "great applauso." It was enlivened with several flights of ora tory nnd contained a aholeu assort ment of Jokes. With unerring oer taluty, the words "applause" and "laughter" marked tho keen appro elation of each of these features of the speeuli. Hut whose keen appre ciation? It would have takun Palmer two houso to deliver that speech. He got it Into lho record lu half a minute Ho muruly nskuu for leave to print It. the request was granted, he handed his manuscript o the olurlc 'and Ha uler was thereupon enrollod among the great orntoro of America. At some point butweeu the handing over oporntion and the printing, the copy fell Into tho hands of a government employee, w'th a ilgh sense of ap preciation nnd a clairvoyant mind He know how the speech would havo sounded and how It would havo boen rocelved if It had been delivered, he only did Justlvo to Hamer by In serting tho laughters and the ap plauso where tho houso Itself would have put them. Hamer Is now trying to loeate tho employe so tnat he may express his appreelatfou p4be employe's appre ciation. There tu more -room at tho top than roomers. A woman ha' less logic than a man but more lu'tlnct.