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faumal vol. xix. DAILY CAPITAL JOlKVMi, SALEM, OREGON, IKI)MI)Y, APRIL II, 11)011. No. 78. SALEm 1 U WAVE FINE NEW FREIGHT DEPOT STAYTON BANKERS HAVE A FEW VERY STRENUOUS MOMENTS SULTAN . GAINING POWER IS AGAIN THU HEAL RULER OP . TURKEY, AND liIK YOUNG TURKS AUK nAFIDLY LOSING THEIR IIOLD'oN TUB PEOPLE MANY ARE KILLED. TROOPS QUIETED Fenrs Arc Entertained 'Hint the Sol diers Who Object to Tcwflk Fnidiu an Grmid Vizier, Will Again Mu tiny Sultan May Bo Assassinated. (Dy Dystanlua Moschpoulous, Staff Correspondent of tho United Press.) (United Press Ltaitd Wire. Constantinople, via PhlllpoppoMs, Bulgaria, April 14. More than fifty persona ha.ro boon slain alnco tho present troublo began und reaction ary uprisings aro roported today nt Alohh, Damascus, Uskub, and prac tically throughout Alban'n, but com parative quiet rogns hero, tho now minister of war having finally per minded tho mutinous troops, to re turn to their barracks. Tho situa tion hero Is nono tho less sorlous for tho temporary lull In tho stnrm, but hostilities havo been deferred for a short tlmo. Danger of fresh troublo dovoloped today whon tho mllltnry oxprossod its opposition to Towflx Pasha, tho grand vizor who succeeded Hllml. As long no this opposition remtftns thero will bo no possibility of estab lishing a Btablo government. . Tho real rulor of Turkoy today Is tho Sultan, who Is working through tho Lcnguo of Mohammed. Ho is rap Idly assuming Lis old grasp of Asia and it Is feared that If ho Is com pletely roatorc to powor ho will wreak torrlblo vongeanco upon tho Ltborals. Tho young Turks havo sworn to kill tho Sultan If ho swings too far towards tho opposition. Wild rum ors aro afloat on tho street todny that tho Sultan has boon murdored, but thoso Btor'es aro discredited. It is expected that tho now cabi net will bo announced within a fow hous. Dosldcs Ahmed Pasha, tho now minister of war, tho only ap pointment yet confirmed Is that of Rlfant Pasha who will coatinuo In ofllco as minister of foreign affairs; Ilulgrin Gctfl Buoy. Sofia, Bulgaria, April 14. Tho Bulgarian cabinet Is holding a apodal (Continued on nago 8.) FREIGHT DtPOT FOR SALEM general MANAGER. O'IUUEN VISITS TUB CITY AND IS AT ONOK CONVINCED THAT TUB IMMBNSB VOLUME OF BUSI NESS REQUIRES A NEW DEPOT. BUILDING ASSURED Will Probably Ho Flno Goncrcto Structure, Flro Proof and Illg Enough to Handlo Snluni HustncHS for Many Ycnrti, llnrrlnwu Hulld for tho Future. According to tho following lottor received nt tho stnto house today, Salem Is booko dfor a now freight dopot, Bomowhoro noar tho Bito of tho preflont structuro doing Borvlco (Continued on pngo 8.1 We Have Just Received From our New York buyer, Mr. Lackey, of New York, the following new goods:: Ladies' and Misses' Suits, Silk Lace Jackets, New Millinery, New Dress Goods and Silks, New Silk Coats, Spring Jackets, Novelty Wash Goods, Flowers, Feathers and Foliage, Laces, Embroideries and Dress Trimmings, The Chicago Store for the newest and lowest prices all the time, TRY TO HOLD UP THE BANK OOOOOOOOOOO i O Pacific Count League. O O Yostoruny'B Results. O O Portlnnd 4, oncrnmento 3, O O San FranclBco 3, Lob Augeles 0. O O No gnmo nt Vornon. O OOOOOOOOOOO tltudo say tho malcontonts, by Dr. E. W. King, superintendent of tho hospital. MIsb Honn is charged by tho strik ing women, with Incotnpotonoy and unfairness, and tho trouble reachod n crisis upon tho nllogod rofunal of MISS th superintendent to proporlylnvos- ittimi.n i.itT up nnr.ii vnnxv. 'I10 ? cuargca proiorrou ngainoi '.her by tho attendants in a posit on AND THE ROHI1ERS FRIGHT- bord0 managers. P According to tho Btatomonts of tho Insurrectionists, Matron Honn was partiality and funfalrnoss In hor ad mlnlotrntion. It Is claimed that tho in ado many mistakes In tho attend ant's tlmo chockB, and thnt sovcral nursos sufforod financially far hor IcarolossnoBs. K'ng, tho young womon claim, al- Robbers miih Wounded mid Man nuonco of tho matron and Steward FREItES imOTHEKS AND liNED IJY H18APPBARANOB OF PBRER FERES, SKIP AFRAID OF GUN With Bullet Wound in Arm Arrest- cd nt Miinkcrti Station This Morn-lug. You May Think You can buy tho snmo goods else where for tho same price, but you cannot do It. Come hero first and boo tho quality of tho goods, thon go olso where and seo what you onn got for tho snmo money. Wo know what we aro doing, and wo know you cannot beat our prlcoa on the Pacific Coast for the mime claae of merchandise 8-1-3 pretty fnney lawns In a groat variety of style, faet eolors. und an extra tine cloth, yard 4c 15c Shepherd Plaid wool good. 36 Inches wide, yard dress 29c 5c. 6c and 7c Vulonoionnea laces, edges and Insertion to match, English-made goods, now only, per dozen 25c 25c fast black atooklng, seamless and stainless. 600 dozen to select from, now only, pair 10c This Is only a fow of the wonder ful bargains we have to show you throughout our establishment. New Spring Suits B.i) here and get up-to-date style at prices as low as our oompetltloru have to pay whotesalo prloos for. Wo have tho shrewdest buyer in Now York on our staff sending us suits all the tlmo. Wo nro keeping him busy, we uro selling suits so fast. Thero Is no use in your trying to boat our pricos. You oan buy a handsomo suit hero Just as oheap as you can buy It in Now York or Ohloago. Smart buy ers all say bo. Just think of itl Suits like the sample out long coats, silk llnod, newest materials and dull flare skirts, now selling for $9.50, $12.40, $00 and up A. O, Hnndy. Thoy say thnt tho H'tlt'on roquostiug an Investigation of their charges against Miss Honn, placed boforo tho board oarly last month was roforrou to Dr. King, At 2: 15 p. m. yesterday two masked "w."" "'" ".l ""2" V " mon walkod Into tho 8tnytou bank -iB,iiJinn'i.. i. ,.. UI i.- lr and leveled tholr guns at tho head ?' 'c ,0J JJS.R"" tlmfh of that institution, W. L. Frores. " , ,f.h, 1,.tMOn0r8 tlmt the,r Thoy domanded "hands up" from tho ,,L"nB"?!'u. :... ... two mon behind tho countor, nnd ... "ft ii ,u Vm . T proceeded to hold up tho institution h, uied to tafcof tho alleged In- it approved lounger Urbthors Btylo. .',, , ,v ...... """ Tho men had big ugly revolvers and L.)'t!,11younB W0"T ? '?" wore elosolv nmsked Tholr mnskH th hospital avo homCH In this city ......., i .iii. i..c ,..i..., i "Hd most of thorn hnvo boon uninloy li....... n.- v,J!J ...i... 1....1 ..... od nt tho hospital for years. Syrnna' "VU'"V 4-IB1VU, nUU ,,.. ..,,- , . ,, ,,,,, ,,, ,.,,-...M Piirontiy dropiwil turoiiRli tho. noor. "' ', " i ,Z,Z" V" I, """:,.. .?. """ roi n sigui or houiiu oi uuh ngii inoiu' :,,, . .si,;',,,.! bor of tho family of Frores mm nn"' ln t,,b nPl. could bo illscoverod. Tho men on tho ,,.,,.., ..." other nldo of tho counter nover said a , UiMIUW rAUIIU word, but Htood with their guns lov olcd on W. h. Frores nnd his usslst ant Hut tho mysterloiiB dlsuppenr nnco of Potor alarmed thorn, nnd at tho end of two mlnutos the robbers, LH U i mm tfjffilj' W Ili w Best y$ fcLrZfZL - 5c p i,3u r. yimi , n inr nnrs'F tr O, r 1 1 nnlv.. Va n.- ..u i mwrnzmemm Dri7. AsKj I GETS INTO ABERDEEN ll'nltrd l'rM t.ennMl Wire J Abonloen, Wush.. April 14. covert thi bank wlil S Jo Union PaolMo Itnllrond ha, at guns, began to slow y back out, dart- L,nTv r,i' ""trrn,nco to, Aiordoon, ...i .... ,i... .,..... ... .JU i,o whon by tho purchnso of tho iiron- nnd wore gone into the woods on tho &.?" w,ll0,,,,r,k.,on U' Vtovomd GREAT BALL SEASON NATIONAL LEAdUE 11EOAN ITS WORK TODAY THOUSANDS OF ORA'.Y FANS ATTEND OPENING (IAMB AT CIIIOAOO THIS AF TBRNOON. "CUBS" VS ST LOUIS At Detroit llio "TlKtrH" mid 'Vlilto Hox" RiiIiih In Philadelphia mid WuhhliiKtou Will Probably Cut Out tho 0 nines nt Tlioo Plavo, Chlungo, April 1 1. With u clear nky ubovu tlioiiHundtt of crazy faiiB olamorlnK for udmtlatnco at tho Woat 81do grounds, everything Is nuspl oIuuh fur tho opening gnmo thlti nf tornoon of what promlsoH to bo tho greatest season this Ixinboull-iimd tin tlou has over known, Tho oponln,; of tho National League sonHim hero today will bo attended by tho iinniiiil corotnonles, uftor which Chance and his wonderful Cubs will trot on tho fluid to do baRlo with Ilogor DrcHiin.iun nnd his uoiideaurlpt St. Louis e row. At tho bhiiio hour Cincinnati mid Pittsburg will elnsh on tho grounds of tho former, whllu at DoHton IJowermnn and hlu lloun- eatera will meet Philadelphia, In No wYork ruin fell nil morning, nnd It is feared that tho onunluit noces- Barlly will bo poHtponod. Though four of tho tonniH havu been doing u few prollmlnary sklr mlslies, tho season In tho American League will be munched today also. At Detroit tho TltterM aro at homo to Hilly Sullivan's White Sox. Huoh ".orth bank of tho river boforo any- '"' ot tho Viulcnn Iron Works ' UW Hulllvaii-a While Box. Huoh onu r. 1,1 ! llm dran on , tlmni In ,,ll UOOU undo' " "" nttruotl( r " Opening day Is a gun on the underside of tho conn- """V"11' H,r"J tl'l proporty. which ... m.,... i... i.m.i .i,.,n,i i i.i.n.,., has long been doslrod by It for tho I ohm! lii Pin-Milt north approach to tho Chohalls rlv- Insldo of ton minutes tho alarm fr 1 'K- wns given today when tho wnB gonornl nnd 150 porwna woro "'",' operations on It woro or .,i,ru,.i,,.. ti. u..ni.i.i.n i.,...i -ni.iw.ru dorou bubiioikI od . Tho road connld- tip tho north linnk of tho Snntlnm. orod It absolutely necos ary thnt It and the hunt became general. Tho Hliouli! bo acmilwU In order to mako telophono was being used In all dlreo Mtonslon to Abordoou. Dirt will fly tlons Tho othor omployo In the t from now on in oonstruotlng. tho bank was a MIhh Harold, who ahowod ln0, great nerve In tho trying ordeal of u facing armod mon with bulldog re- SEATTLE TO HAVE volvors A man whs reported from it PDtrAT td aoi Mrrr suitlon in Linn county, and this morn utttA I I nAUtV. IVltt I Ing two mon are reported to have ' taken the l ullage Orov elocal at Ma- 8Httl. Wash., April 1 I. - The blg- rlon bound for Portland. They were St amateur sporting event held In reported to the sheriff's ollloe nt 8- "wattle for yearn will take pluue on lem. but uo nrreets have been made. ' MX 7tli. Hi the new Hrmory, under The Bherlff of Linn eounty has been H' HuwiUes of the 8oattle Athletic communlcHiwI with at Albany, but '. i c"eK iraoK anil ueiu atu lenles the story of a mail arrested at VJ unkors Riiiooi-n and Humors. A man with a bullot wound In ono arm Is under arrest at Munkers sta the largest crowds that ovor wit nessed u gnmo in tho Michigan city Cleveland moots Bt. Louis on tho hitter's homo giounds, und tho per formances of these teams will bo watched with tho greutest Intercut all ovor tho noiitliieiiL Obstinate rains In Philadelphia and Washington will probubly result In "no gauius" In thoBo cities. SOCIETY WOMEN OBJECT TO HOSPITAL lets of the Northwest will participate In mi inimor meet. Reside the best runners and Jumpers in the loonl alubs und tho Y. M. C. As of Seattle, Portland.Bpo- Mon. a small station some dlstanco I k" perhaps Victoria nnd Van from Baleiu, nnd Is bellovod to be ono of tho two dospuradoo who mado a futiio attempt to rob tho bank of Stayton. The mysterious man nt lltnlAro will !.. nAn tn Q(nut.n ,n day for Identification, if ho can bo round Deputy Sheriff Smith, with a big tar glistening in tho sunlight, led tho posse that pursued tho robbors whon fled from Stayton and headed for tho Santiam river, occasionally finding time to stop and shoot back at tho star and tho citizens. Search for the robbers nt Stayton is at a standstill. Two suspicious maraciers were ther othls week hir ing a livery rig to buy cattle, who ro sembled tho holdup mon. NURSES STRIKE AT INSANE HOSPITAL eouvor, the colleges of tho Northwest will bo asked to soud relay teams, ns will the high seiiools of tho Pugut Sound country. Dun Kelly, who two yours ago, sot a new record of 0 3-5 seconds in tho 100 yard dash, will bo seen In the Bprluts and Jumps, for rest Smith son, winner of the llO-motre hurdlo at tho Olympic games, will also bu aeon In action hero. He will com pote, like Kelly, for tho Multnomah Club, of Portland. FULTON MAY YET BE APPOINTED fl'nltrd lrra ImhiI Wire Uklab, Cal., April 14 Efforts to fill the vacanoiei created by the rea lisation of II of the 15 women at tendants at (he Mandoclno stato hov pital for the Insane have met wl'h little buccof. and the big Institution Is runn'ng today with less than half tho necesiary number of nurses to care for several hundred patient. 'toe nursee' sinks which was an- Washington, April 14. President Taft will pay no heed to protests from Chinamen In this country against the appointment of Charles W. Fulton, formor United Status sen ator from Oregon, to be minister to China, the post olfered him by the President. Tills Information was obtulned from a person eloso to the adminis tration He declared that President Taft learned from the Ohlnoso gov ernment, before offering tho position to Fulton, that the former Oregon senator would be welcome over there, In tho event of his appolntmont The President wanted to bo doubly sure of this, so that he would Know of a cer- nounctd last night Is the culmlna attendants and Matron Jt-annotte talnty that no etuburrassmont would i Honn, bo wax supported la ber at- rise If tho ministership was accepted (United Press Leased Wlro.) Bentlle, WuhIi.. April 14. The a. tempt to start construction on tho proposed tuberculo Is camp In tho fashionable Queen Ann Hill district has rvsultod In failuru, owing to tho opposition of tho women of tho neigh borhood, who turned out yesterday nftornoou to the number of 40 or 50 und drove tho lumber wagons off tho Hold and tho foromnn In ohargo of tho work Into tho nearby brush. When tho vanguard of the lum bor caravan reached tho proponol slto, tho gathorlng of tho olans from neighbor ug resldoncos began. Armed with brooms, mopstlcks anil nundry awful and wonderful! offensive and defons'vo weapons, a mob of woraim surrounueu the grounds and demand d that ho unload hlu lumber olrt whore. The drlvor expostulated. Ho could not help it, ho said. Offensive flaunting of several brooms In his face eervod to onatuo his mind, however, and he drovo away. Whon tho man with tho bluoprlnta nrrlvod to select the site, ho wni bo set w'th such suddenness and tamest new by tho mob that he was glad to mako his oscapo without tarrying to arguu the que tlon. It Is oontendod by thwose who lire noar the proposed oamp that tho lo cution of the tuberoulo-ls oamp wilt depreciate tho value of tholr prop- vny ami muKO tho neighborhood un desirable At a mooting of the residents of the d'striot. held IimI nigh, logal council waa engaged and was re solved to flgua tho (stabllibmunt of tho sanitarium through tho courts. o Why not put can or ba-keta at the business street corners for ro ouiv'ng waste pupore, etc, and thus keeping thorn off the street!