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VOL. XIX
Ht CAPITAL -otK.NAU fXLUM. OltKl.UA. SATURDAY, JUNE 20, 1001).
No. 100.
. JMHgjrSWygtcylyJ laasl EUUui ljj
THINKS
TAFT'S
MESSAGE
WAS A GREAT All) TO SENATOR
ALDRICII IN DEFEATING IN
COME TAX AND PASSING THE
TARIFF MILL WITH ITS EXCES
SIVE DUTIES.
DID NOT PLAY FAIR
Senntor LnFollette Says "tlio PreM
dont'H Mcssngo Cnmo to Congress
.at Most Opportune Timo" Presi
dent Should lime Made Public Hit
Change of Mind.
United Press Leased Wlre.l
Madlaon, WU, Juno 26. Editori
ally spooking, Sonator LaFollotto
finds many thlvgs to crltlclzo In tho
attitudo of President Tatt on tho
tariff question In gonoral, nnd tho
Trosidont'o attitudo toward Sonator
Aldrlc'i en tho proposed Incorao tax
In particular. Undor tho loador,
"Tnff Sorvlco to Aldrlcb," In La
Follolto's wcoldy Issued today, tho
Wisconsin conator says:
"Tho Prooldont'o rocont raossngo to
congroia wai Inopportune, and not In
tho public Interest.
"It would havo bcou great help to
tho band of progressives making a
fight In behalf of tho public lntorcat
and for tho rualntenanco of party
plodgc3, had Mr. Tatt seen fit to send
a Bpoclal lno'cago stating whothor
tho party pledgee woro, In his Judg
ment, bolus fulfilled by Increasing
tariff rutcu or by ro-onactlng tho ox
luting raton. Becnuso, bo It romem
bored, tho Prosldont In tho ono who
Salem's Fastest Growing Store
Offers Money-Saving Bargains During This Sale
Ilrlght, seasonablo morchandlso oftercd nt low prices In evory dopnrtmont of our big store. Tho Chicago
Storo Is now a big dopnrtmont storo filled to tho brim with bargains.
mvK
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Stm Wy
Tl' H'saie
,
This is a now shipment of up-to-date suits, In
all the now materials and now shades, beautiful
wearing apparel, now selling at small prices.
Come hero if you want to get the best values for
your money.
MILLINERY BARGAINS THIS WEEK
$7.50 and $6.50 Hafs, $2.50 and $3.50
I
ioc rine mm;
Vests g-T7rnT
has tho final word. Hla approval or
his voto decides whothor tho work
of congress shall stand.
Ono. fact stands out high and plain
abovo all o'so In tho situation. Thl
mossago camo to congress at a most
opportuno tlmo to sorvo tho flxecV'n
tormlnatlon of Sonator Aldrlch
defeat tho lncomo tax, and to aid hlu.
In passing tho tariff bill, with Its ox
cosslvo duttoa, Just an ho wanted It. '
Tho nrtlclo oaye that tho Income
tax was an independent proposition,
and sorao of tho senators who voted
with him on tho tariff refused to fol
low Aldrlch's loadornhlp against this
raoasuro.
"Mr. Tatt had said In his speech of
acceptance that In his Judgment, an
amondmont to tho constitution for an
lncomo tax Is not necessary," contin
ues tho article. "In his special mos
sago toTcongrco tho President stated
that ho had changed his views, but
cortatnly, In Justlco to tho mon who
had boon working to framo a law that
would ntand, ho should havo In
formed them of his chango of plan."
STANFORD'S CAR
SOLD AT AUCTION
Sacramento, Juno 20. Jurigo C E.
Mnck today is tho ownor of a half
Intoroit In tho palatial prlvato car
built by tho late Joni'tor Lnlnnd
Stanford, nt n cost of ?27,0'i0. t0
satisfy creditors tho car wax placed
nt auction at the Southern Pacific
company's yards In this city yester
day. Tho prlco paid for tho share
was flioo. it Is thought that Mack
waB acting for Richard Korwln, who
Is tho ownor of tho other half inter
est In tho railroad palace.
JOHN R. CONSIDINE
SPORTING MAN DEAD
Now York, Juno 26. John R. Con
sldlno, for yean ono of tho most
promlnont flguroc In tho snortlntr
world, dlod at hit homo today from
pnoumoula. Ho wai 48 years of ago.
In addition to his actlvo work In
tho sporting world, ho was lntoroBt
ed in ninny business ventures In this
city. Ho .vas part ownor of tho
Ilotol Motropolo,
95c Shirt Waists now
Sale
of
Tailored
Suits
$2.00 Shirt
Beautiful Llngerlo
and Tailored wnists
now soiling nt salo
prices; all hand
so m o 1 y trimmed
with laces, mednl
lions nnd embroid
eries. Now
49c and 98c
$18 Wool
Suits.. $9.50
$22.50 Wool
Suits $12.50
$8.50 Linen
Suits.. $4.39
Our Mr. Lackey
made a lucky buy
in shoes, to induce
quick selling shoes.
We give the benefit
to our customers.
Wo are now offer
ing dress footwear
at the prices you
havo to pay for
common shoes.
$8.50 L'ngerie
Quite $d.3Q
WMHV..ww
m
TWELVE
. DEAD IN
" t NEW YORK
HEAT CLAIMS .MORE VICTIMS
.MORE THAN FIFTY PROSTRA
TIONS YESTERDAY SEVERAL
MADE INSANE III SUFFERING
ONE MANIAC CUT HIS THROAT.
SLIGHT RAIN TODAY
A Light Shower Lowered the Tempvi
nturc Tills Morning nnd Thousand
.tushi'd From Their Reds to Stand
In tho Downpour Cooler Weather
Is Predicted.
United TrcM Leaned Wlrcl
Now York, Juno 26. Crazed by
tho terrlfllc heat, Lonils Loonam at
tacked his vlfo with a butchor knlfo
at tholr homo early today and In
flicted injtnlcs that mny provo fatal.
According to tho story, Mrs. Loo
nam told at tho hospital, after sho
had rcvlv d sulllcleiitly, tho man has
acted qucorly einco tho heat wavo
struck tho city. Soon nftcr arUlng
today, sho uald, ho solzed a hugo
butcher knlfo from tho kltchon tnblo,
and, after circling around hor sovoral
tlmwS, muttering oavngoly, ho loapod
and struck her between tho eyes.
Tho woman's torrlflod ecroams
brought neighbor" to hor aid. Loo
nnm was overpowered, nnd held on
tho floor until tho arrival of tho po
lice Tho man Is confined at an
East Sldo pollco station, whoro It Is
thought ho Is hopelessly In ano.
Another victim of tho foarful heat,
(Continued on pago 12.)
49c
Waists now
- 98c
MPl
a
65c Full Sizo Sheets now .39c
15c Pillowcases now 8 l3c
These sheets and pillow cases aro made of an
oxtra good quality heavy inusUn and nro bargains
nt thoso prices.
$2.25 High Shoes $1.39
$3.00 Oxford Ties $1.95
I ' " " "'I"1""1" - ! I
1000 yards of beautiful lawns, suitable for dresses,
waists, dressing eacques. etc , now on salo, yard,
Ic, 5c, O l-4c, 8 l-;tc and up.
25c All-Silk
Ribbon
4 in. wide,
Now yd.
12k
n
za.'srxscacsam
SIXTY
MILES
OF ROAD
HAHHIMAN ISSUES ORDERS TO
RUILD ONE-THIRD OF THE LINE
BETWEEN KLAMATH FALLS
AND NATRON, AND ASKS FOR
RIDS AT ONCE.
SOME HEAVY WORK
., ill commence work Roth at Natron
and Klamath Cost of Proposed
AVork Is About Two and n Qunrter
Million Dollar Want Rids Sub
mitted by July 10.
Bids for tho construction of GO. 48
miles of tho Orogon Eastern railroad,
projected from Natron to Klamath
Fans, will bo received In tho Southern
lnct fie offices at San Francisco dur
ing tho noxt two weoks. Of thnt
mllcngo 34.24 miles will bo construct
ed southeasterly from Natron, whllo
the romalnlng 25.2 4 miles will be
built In n northwesterly direction
from Klamath Falls.
Ulds for the construction of tho
Klamath Falls end of tho extension
must bo submitted on or boforo Juno
30. Contractors, howovor, nro al
lowod until July 10 to submit pro
posals for building tho 31 miles of
.10 track from Nntron, tho proseut
northorn terminus of tho projected
road. Local Ilarrimnn officials will
mako no vstlmato of tho probablo
cost of building tho two sections of
this railroad but It Is believed tho
Improvement will Involvo an oxpoudl
turo of nnnroximatcly S2. 225.000.
Gonoral Manager O'Hrlen and Chief
Kuglucor noschko. of tho Hnrrlmnn
linos In tho Pacific northwest woro
advised lato yestorday aftornoon of
tho proposed extensions in tho Ore
gon Kastorn. The inrormation cnmo
In a letter from Uilof Kuglnoor Hood
of tho Southern Pacific at San Fran
cisco, who requested that Portland
contractors bp advised and glvon nn
opportunity to submit bldB.
Whllo tho Oregon Eastern Is lo-
catcd outlrely within this atnto, Its
construction and all dotalls rotating
theroto will bo dlreoted from tho San
Francisco offlcos of tho Southorn Pa
cific. Whon tho road has boon built
It will bo turned ovor to tho operating
dopnrtmont, but not until thon duos
It como undor tho Jurisdiction of
Gonoral Mnnagor O Urlon.
Tho two extensions, aggregating
about GO miles, for which bids havo
boon asked, covor about ono-thlrd of
tho loiiKth of uio nroposod ronu,
which, according to tho approved sur-
voy. w III bo 108. 0 in Ilea in longtn
from Klnmath tails to Natron. Tho
extension of 34.24 miles out of Na
tron Is all In Lane county nnd Is ro
gardod a hoavy plcco of construction
work It will oxtond In a southeast
erly direction and will ponotrnto both
a mountainous nnd n hoavlly tlmbor
od section. Construction of tho Klu
math Falls ond of tho uuthnrlzod ox
tonslons will not bo as difficult. From
Klnmath Falls tho routo of tho rail
road oxtenda northwestorly nnd tho
oxtouslon of 25.24 miles will termi
nate In tho vicinity of Survey station
at a point somewhat northerly from
SnraKuo rlvor.
Tho action of Hnrriman in calling
for bids for oxtondlng this road by
beginning work simultaneously nt
Natron aim itiatnam inns is accepiou
as conclusive evidence of hts deter
mination to completo its construction.
CALHOUN WANTS
CHANGE OF VENUE
(United I'teuM I.e! Wire.
San Francisco, June 20. Two
days additional tlmo was granted
Patrick Calhoun to prepare potltlons
for change of venue of his trial for
tho alleged brlbory of members of
tno former supervisorial board.
Attorney A. A. Moore, of tho do
fonse forces, appeared in court to
day, ana requested the -extension,
which wao granted.
Tho dofendant will appear In court
noxt Wednesday, Instead of Monday,
for which day tho session originally
wai scneauiod.
In addlt'on to presenting a peti
tion for chango of venue, Mooro an
nounces today that he would presont
affidavits showing that Francis J.
Honey had no legal right to contlriuo
at special prosecutor of Calhoun.
HARVARD GETS
POCKET MONEY
(United Press rued Wire.
Cambridge, Mad., June 20.
Hundreds of vlnltom fnr thn annual
commencement of Harvard Universi
ty aro In this city today. The great
event of this yoar'B program will bo
the formal delivery of $1,000,000,
boqueath'd by tho lato Oordon Mc
Kay to further teel nlenl nilnmHrin
at the university
TOOK A LONG CHANCE
WITH BURNING AUTO
United Press Leased Wire.
San Rafael, Cal., Juno 20. Miss
Carollno Durtls, tho 17-y oar-old
daughter of a woalthy rooldont of
Huntington, N. Y today owes hor
llfo to Holt Olbson, a youth of this
city.
Tho two young pooplo woro auto
moblllng near this city yoetorday,
whon a part of tho brake gear was
lost Olbson stopped tho nmchtno,
and, nfter throwing his cigar beneath
tno car. wont back down tlio road to
soarch for tho missing part.
A torrlflod scream from tho girl,
followed by a whirl of tho engls,
caused Olbson to look around.
Enveloped In flames, caused by tho
Ignition of gasoline In tho tank from
tho cigar, tho machlno was Bpoedlng
toward him.
Crying to Miss Durtls not to Jump,
Olbson flung hlmsolf at tho car as It
flashod past him. His hand crashed
through tho glare front, leveratng aa
artory.
Plucktly ho hold on, and finally
dragged himself Into tho tonnoau.
Tho brokon brake mado it Impos
sible to stop tho car, and, taking a
dosporato chance, Gibson turned head
on Into tho ditch.
Miss Durtls woo hurled 30 foot,
falling In a grass plot and miracu
lously escaping Injury.
Qlbson's Injured hand was cared
for at a local hospital.
TWO PICNICS DURING
THE CHERRY FAIR
Among tho otnor features of tho
Cherry Fair nil Nobrnskans will havo
t big picnic, tho 0th, Friday, and
Minnosotnns nnd former residents of
tho two Dakotns will have a similar
ovont Saturday, tho 10th. Thoy will
bo big events, too, and will furnish
nn opportunity to moot nnd got ac
quainted with "folks from homo."
.Tho program for tho fair, with tho
parades, etc., Is complotcd and will
bo mado public soon. In tho moan-
whllo Tho Journal can asauro Its
roadoro that thoy aro going to bo
surprised as well as pleased with everything-
connected with tho three
da ycaralvnl. For tho Httlo folks and
blgortT"t."itoo, for thnt natter, tho
Happy Hooligans and the gang of
Jolly characters In tho comic parado
aro going to provo a genuine fonst
of Inughtor and furnish nn oppor
tunity for nil kinds of fun. Hcflldes
this there Is going to bo tho biggest
crowd in Salem ovor seen hero on
any similar occasion, and tho dls-
play of fruit, flontti, costumes and
ovorythlng connected with tho ovont
nro simply a contrast to all that has
gone befoio, for thore can bo no cum
parlson
VON BEUL0W WILL
HANG TO OFFICE
(United I'resa Leased Wire.
No IYco Tools for Farmers,
Washington, Juno 20. Tho Bacon
amondmont to tho tariff bill, placing
agricultural impiomonts on tno ireo
lln, was doreatod In tho sonato to
day by a voto of 40 to 2G.
SonatOt-a Clnpp and LaFollotto
woro tho only Republicans who votod
for tho amondmont.
o
MUST
STAND
TRIAL
United Press Lritsed Wire 1
Modosto, Cal., Juno 20 District
Attorney Muddux stated today that
ho favored proiocutlng 12-year-old
Frank Hopkins, v' o shot his baby
brother, and burlod him allvo, as ho
would prosecute any other murderer.
"I don't know what tho law allows
in a caso of a small boy who has
committed such an awful crime, but.
It it is poBulblo, I will prosecute hlra
as I would any othor criminal," was
his determined assertion today,
A formal complaint against the
boy, charging him with murder, pos
sibly will bo made, and ho will be
glvon a hearing In tho Justlco court.
It Is thought that bo will bo bound
over to tho suporior court.
Dr. W. F. Green, an export crim
inologist, of this city, today mado a
plaster cast of Frank's Jaw and
teeth. He- stated that ho found tho
boy's dental conditions porfoct. Ho I
of tho opinion that tho murder was
commlttod upon a motive of Inheront
brutality, rather than in a sudden fit
of angor,
'I no boy Is confined in solitary coll
in tho county Jail, whore ho main
tains an attitudo of bravado, and
seems proud of tho terrible crlmo ho
committed. An attorney to dofend
h'm when ha Is brought to trial will
bo provided by tho court, the family
being in too straitened clrouniBtancea
to pay a foo
Tho funeral of Theodore, tho mur
dered boy, wnj held arly today Ho
was burled with slmplo ceremonies.
ROBERTS
TELLS OF
JtiALof -Ms sTi t K h'i'.-
WOOD: i n liiKinr'lTTitP'
TIMICS VVTM ITU. IWAMI'" -sv
ROTTLP .MiMUlf II . IOTHV
1LOOR DD.
HE WAo .irtriuCtnl
Saytt Ho Hud no luud In the Awful
Tragedy Rut WWLeft With Corpse
and Disposed of It After tho Others
Had Ran Ami letter Thought to
Ro a lllliul.
(United I'resi Leased Wlra.1
St. Mlchaol. Md., Juno 20. That
Robert Bmmott Easttaau, known as
Kuiott Roberts, played, no actual part
In tho killing of Edith AVoodlll, Is tho
assortlon ho mado in tho lottor to
Vlnnlo Dradcomo, an actress n tho
omploy of Klaw and Brlangor, that
was found in tho dosd man's pockot.
Tho lottor, which was mado publlo
today, Is a final plea for exoneration
from tho man who was killed yootor
day by a pursuing poiso, and who
was thought to havo been gutlty of
tho torrlblo orlmo.
Tho lottor said:
"Vlnnlo, take this money and go
at onco to McDantols, Talbot county,
Maryland, and claim my body and
my property. My body will bo thore.
Tho proporty consists of 22 acroo of
land and tho bungalow, also a motor
boat. Have a sr.lo, and convort ev
erything into cash.
"I don'ii owo a cent. oxcoDt for a
paint pump, which tho Arm of
Shannnhan, Wright & Kaston will bq
glad to tuko back, It Is not brokon,
and is Juet n '.i was shipped.
"Llttlo gtrU I W no hand In that
awful tragody. I va thoro, and ro
moved tlio ovldunce, after tho two
couploo had fled. I did this for my
own prosorvatlon, for I am haunted."
"Tho victim was my particular
frlond; wo woro woll mated. I had
known hor but throo weeks.
"Wo all, that Is two men and two
womon from Annapolis, wont to the
bungalow for a tlmo. Evory ono got
full, uxcopt Edith and myself,
"Edith trlod to win ono of tho
girl's follow. Whllo lying on tho bod
with him f.ho was hit on tho sldo of
tho head throo tlmos with a full
champagne bottlo. Sho fell over on
tho floor doad. Tho follow was hit
onco, and didn't como to for an hour.
"I was loft wltli tho corpso, and
cannot tnko a chnnco for trial Llfo
to mo Is very blttor, and I will pull
down my shndos and say good-byo.
You can claim my proporty. Say aa
llttlo ai you can about It, but got It.
"I am awfully sorry for you and
my boy, mid havo boon hustling hard
to mako tho path oay or you, but
fato Is against mo. (Signed)
"ROD."
"P. S. Tako Penn. railroad to
Easton, chango to B., C. & A. Don't
nogloct thlB, for tho proporty Is val
uable. Tho pollco bollovo tho lotter in a
fabrication, to save tho momory of
Eatman, and to oloar hla namo.
Thoy are, howovor. searching for tho
alleged companions of tho couplo
montloned In tho lotter.
FARMER SAVED
TRAIN FROM WRECK
(United Tress Leased Wire.
Aberdoon. 8. D., Juno 20. Had It
not b-n for tho presonce of mind of
a farmer a Mllwaukeo pasaengor
train undoubtedly would bo a wrock
Ju t north f Kcdflold, S. D today,
and many passongors would bo doad
or Injured.
Tho farmer, nftor discovering that
a Bectlon of track had boeu blown
away, ran down the track last night
lo wain tho pi..econgor train, which
wa- thundor'ng alone at a high rato
of speod. Ho wung his lantorn
fruut'cilly, nnd stopopd tho trala
within n fow foot o tho dangor spot.
Railroad detectives think that tho
track wao blown up by bandits bent
on robbing tho train nnd passons-
ora.
WHO ENTERS HERE
LEAVES THESE BEHIND
Los Angolos. Cal.. Juno 26.
Thoso who contemplato entorlng tho
ministry or tho Motnodlst denomina
tion horccttor must learn to cast
1'quor behind them. cat tobacco un
dor tholr foot and turn away from
the sooth'iif, clgarotto This ultima
tum wai announced today, following
a mooting of tho Motnodlst South
conference at a local church last
night.
Resolutions havo been adopted
prohibiting ucore of tobacco and
dflnkors of Intoxicants from enter
ing ths Molhod'st ministry
MlffiDER

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