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I JoiiijMlKIiiJiHiI ft M TAEyToTlffluTiu t Dail I laurnal VOL. XIX. DAlliT OAFITAIi JOURNAL, SALEM, OKBGOX, THURSDAY, AUGUST 5, 1000. ON. 178. HURT IN AN AUTO COLLISION Machines Meet Head on While Going at Top Speed, and Are Badly Wrecked. SIX PERSONS HURT FKED T. MEUHILL, EX-COUNC1L-MAN OF PORTLAND, WAS CON CUSSION OF DRAIN A. IIHADY, CHAUFFEUR, A FRACTURED SKULL. Portland, Aug, 6. Six porsons In jured, two of tncui probably fatally hurt, nro In local hospitals today fol lowing u head-on uutoinobllo colli sion Hhortly after midnight on the bnso lino road near tho Twolvc-mllo house, this city. Tho Injured: A. Drndy, chauffeur, fractured skull, Internal Injuries; may dlo. Fred T. Merrill, proprietor Twolvo mllo house, concussion of tho brain; internnl Injuries. M. Mngulro, son of tho propriotor of tho Dakoronlnn theatre, cut nnd brulsod. Mr. nnd Mrs. Haley, Portlnnd, sprained nnklos. AUGUST CLEAN UP SALE AT THO BIG CHICAGO STORE I Homomber thnt during this month wo flguro on no profits. It is Just n inattor of disposing of tho Block. So horo goes for tho bal ance of this month for a mighty Oloarlng Salo. !$JMlM August slllf Clean jST Up mm Sale isii " tffliRir Ladies' wfillft Suits I I H Cloaks H Shirt llll Waists H 11 an( HM Under- imP' wear 112.00 White Llnjjerlo Suits 1.00 $8.60 Duck Sulcs now 93.00 $15.00 Wool Suits now... $7.50 $20.00 Wool Suits now. . . . 31U.no $22. 0 Wool bulls now. . . .914.00 Tnese suits are advance Fall styles; long coats and plaited skirts. We made a lucky buy on the lot and will give the benefit to our customer. The prices are far below the regular cost. CHICAGO SALEM, T. Bllyou, nutomobllo manufac turer, cut by glass. Several other occupants of tho ma chines wore slightly Injured. Tho machines worn going nt top speed when they mot. Ono wns n Thomas flyer drlvon by W. M. Tay lor nnd containing tho Unlove, two women and two men. The other cat was ntr Oldsmobllo occupied by Brady, Merrill, Dllyou nnd Mngulro. Tho machines woro bent and splin tered by tho Impact of their mooting, but It wns said today thnt they may bo repaired and rondo serviceable. It is said that tho chauffour of tho Thomas cur afterward admitted that ho was to blamo for tho nccldont for driving on tho wrong sldo of tho rond. FINDS HIS AFFINITY BY CORRESPONDENCE (United rrra Taie Wlre.1 Oregon City, Or., Aug. 5. Affinity mating as nn adjunct to ministerial work of consoling tho boronvod nnd rejoicing with tho blithesome, has gnlncd considerable fnmo today for tho Rev. Dr. Forrls of Sheridan, who successfully engineered a lovo match recently through tho medium of tho United States malls. Dr. Ferris bocamo convinced that .Mary E. Davis of Mount Oarmol, Pa., would bo nn Ideal mate for his friend, tho nov. John L. Jones, of Clackamas. Ho arranged for correspondence be tween them nnd wns rowarded whon Miss DavlB stopped from u train nt Portland to meet tho Itov. Mr. Jones for tho first timo. Tho "correspondence school" lo.'ors woro married shortly afterward by Dr. Forrls and thon loft for Clacku mns, whoro tho brldo promises to be n fnvorlto with her husbnud's con gregation. A GREAT DROP in Prices for Our Clean-up Sale Ladies' 25c Tan Hosiery, now pair 12y2o 65c full size Bleached Sheets 39c 15c full size Pillow Cases 8 1-3c Calicoes, Lawns and Dimi ties, yard 4c 5c Valenciennes Laces, yard 2c 9c Bleached Muslin, 36 inches wide, yard 5c 85c Shantunq and Foulard Silks, yard 49c Remnants of Dress Goods and Silks now half price. 39c Dressing Sacques now 19c $2.00 Shirtwaists, slightly soiled, this season's goods now, each 35c 1000 yards Standard V2g Outing Flannels, now yard 4c Soiled Blankets, Comforts, Lace Curtains, etc., at about half price. Children's 35c Shirtwaists now 15cj Men's 45c Summer Under- ' wear now ,..25c STORE OREGON PRESIDENT SI6NS THE TARIFF BILL It Becomes a Law Tomorrow, Twenty-four Hours From the Minute of Its Signing. INSURGENTS SORE SENATORS CUMMINS AND DOLLI VKK FOUGHT IT TO LAST MIN UTE, DECLARING IT WAS NOT FULFILLMENT OF THE PARTY PUE-ELEGTION PLEDGES. (United I'reii Leaied Wire. Washington, Aug. D. Speaker Cannon signed tho tariff bill at 4:18 o'clock this attornoon. Prosldont Tatt has gono to tho capltol to sign tho bill as soon tis it can bo placed in his hands, Attor tho houso passed tho con current resolution changing tho loath or schodulo, Sonator Hale morod that a commlttoo of two senator bo appointod to notify tho prosldont that congress was ready to adjourn. Aldrlch and Danlol woro named for this duty. Tho resolution had pansod tho houso by a viva voco voto at 4:05 jp. ni thoro bolng about six noes in contrast with roaring ayes. i Spiakor Cannon immediately signed tho bill. Washington, Aug. 5. Whon Presi dent Tnft nftlxed his official signa ture to tho now Aldrlch-Pnyne tariff closed tho Incident which hns hold the country In more or less suspunsu slnco he entered upon his term as chlof oxecutvo on Murch 4. Tho measure as It Is finally adopt od, approved and enacted into u Inw doeH not receive tho wholo approval of Prosldont Tnft, It Is understood, but Is looked upon by him ns an Im provement ovo rtho previous measure bill at 5:09 o'clock this afternoon und as much us could bo obtained ut this time, under presont conditions in tho houso of representatives nnd tho senate, In tho way of downward re vision. Tho Insurgents lod by Senators Cummins and Dolllver fought tbo bill to the last ditch, declaring that It was not a fulfillment of tho pledgos given to tho peoplo by tho republican party at the time of the I olectlon last fall, I Senator Aldrlch and Reprosonta- tivo Payne and others of the so .called regulars, who bad the cnlef voice In tho formation of the bill, are ploased with tho result. ' Senators and representatives held I here far Into the hot season have packed their trunks In advance, and it is oxpected that Washington will I soo tonight the swiftest exit of con I gressmon on record. - - Washington, Aug. 5. The confer ence report on the unjoin deficiency appropriation bill uui unused by tho senate today without debate und it now noes to Presldout Tatt. Sonator Clark of Wyoming an nounced that he agreed to tho bill only becausa ho understood the ques tion of provision for the customs court had been postponed. Senator Flint of California opened" the last day's debate nn the tariff by making an effort to prove that there t,as been no Increase and some do crease In the tariff on the articles worn and used by the uvernge man and woman. Dolllver of Iowa announced that be would voto against the conference re port on the bill because he'dld not like the method employed in Its prep aration. He declared that he "did not pro pose to become a party to a plan to swindle the American people without telling them about it" Dolllver made a number of caus tic references to the mannor in which the .eaders have handled tne bill aud asserted that an Increase had been (Continued on uage S THE SUTTON TRIAL IS RESUMED Lieutenant Utley .Takes Stand But Is Evidently Not Tell ing All That He Knows. SUTTON STARTED IT UTLEY SAYS SUTTON STItUOK OS TERMAN FROM BEHIND-WIIEN SUTTON" AND OSTKHMAN QUIT SUTTON WKNT AFTER HIS OUN, SWKAHING TO KILL THEM ALL. United l'reu Leased Wire. Annapolis, Aug. 5. Tho investiga tion Into tho death of Lloutopant Sut ton was resumed today. Aftor tho roadlng of tho record for tho Inst nlno days, Ltcutonant Utley, whoso testi mony was expectod to throw now light on tho caso, was culled to tho stand. Tho early portions of Utloy's testi mony wns tho snmo ns thnt given by others regarding tho beginning of tho nutomobllo rldo. Ho said thut ho and tho others with htm woro ask ed by Sutton to tnko a drink with hlin.nt a hotel bnr whoro they wore nbout. midnight, but that thoy do oilnod. Ho said thut he romombered hour Ing a dispute in tho nutomobllo on tho way to tho bridge botweon Adams nnd Sutton and thon ho saw them leave tho car and fight. Tho witness said that ho ndvlsod that tho tight bo postponed, but that somo ono snld thoy had hotter settle tho nmttor thon and hero. Thnt do olslon sotimod to prevail. Utley doscrlbod tho boglnnlng of tho Sutton-Ostorman fight und said that Sutton struck Ostormun from bo hind. Ho said that ho nnd Adams separated them, so thnt Ostormun could proparu to dofond hlmsolf. Utioy said uftor Sutton and Ostur mau had finished fighting that Sut ton ran toward tho camp docfarlng that ho would kill thorn nil before daylight, und ns ho left ho called them vllo names. Testifying further, Utley stntod that he then saw Sutton In'hls tent pointing a revolver at Iloolkor. Ho rolatod noxt that Sutton started from tho camp and Iloolkor placed his hand against his breast nnd fell for ward. Adams cried that ho wuh shot. Then Utioy testified that ho ran to tho scone aud saw Sutton nnd Adams struggling. Ho said that ho noticed n movomont of Sutton's arm. a flash, followed by tho sound of u snot, and Sutton's body began to quiver. Ho snld ho was sure that Sutton killed himself. FILIPINO SAILORS GO ON A STRIKE (United Pret Ul WlrO San . Francisco, Aug. 5. With the twenty-two Filipinos, members of tho crow of tho cable-ship Durnsldo, on strike, claiming that their sup ply of sugar for coffoe baa boon stinted, the work of fortifying this harbor Is at a standstill today. The Durnsldo has been in port laying cables between Point Baker and Point Crown. TO RELIEVE TROOPS NOW IN HONOLULU innltJ Frew Vu.fi Wire.) Vallejo, Cal Aug. 5. A detach ment of 206 marines, under the com mand of Captain Samuel Patterson left the Mare Island barracks this morning to embark on the transport Sheridan. Tho detachment Is bound for Hon olulu, whore the short term troops on dut will bo relieved b the inn rlnes CHARGED A DOLLAR FOR HIS SERVICES (United Pre Leased Wlre.1 Vallojo, Cal., Aug. 5. Theodora Doll, stato democratic lcador, has for warded n. roco'lpted'bill for $1 to tho Napa county board of supervisors for hia services iti forolng corpora tions within tho county to pay higher Itaxes than they have boon doing heretofore Slnco Bell hue takon hold of the tax rolls noarly $500,00.0 worth, ot taxablo property has boon added to tho county's roll. Doll was to rocolvo 25 per cont ot tho raises In taxes ho offoctod. During his campaign ho tm crit icised by tho heads ot corporations that Doll investigated, and tho $1 is nn answer to the chage that ho was working moroly 'for bis own gain. SENDING COAL FOR THE BATTLESHIPS (Holted Press t.eied Wlro.l Honolulu, Aug. 5, Information wns rocolvod horo today that tho Arlzonan, with 10,000 tons ot coal, has sailed from Now York for Hono lulu. Tho coal will bo used to fill tho bunkers of tho Pacific (loot which is oxpoctod to arrlvo horo this aut umn for manouvers. Tho coal will bo stored in tho nary yard bore, AI roady preparations aro bolng rondo for tho rocoptlon of tho (loot. ROBJB KILLED BY POSSE Kills One and Wounds Three Others, But Is Himself Killed by Volley from Pursuers. I United l're l.eiel Wlrl St. Paul, Minn., Aug. 6. After holding a posso at bay for thrJ hours, killing ono man, fatally wounding ono, sorlounly wounding two others, Honry Paul, who robbed tho First National bank at Whlto Boar this morning was shot and killed by tbo oftlcora. Ed Larson, a tnomber of tho pos se, was approaching tho robber whon a bullet klllod him almost In Btanty. William Butler, who was with Larson, also was shot down and it Is not bollovod that be can recover. Tho battlo botweon tho rubber and tho posso was ono ot tho most thrilling on record. Paul entered tho bank this morn ing nnd succoodod In gottlng G00 from tho safe. Tho robbery was quickly dUcovorod and a poso sat out In pursuit ot him. Tho ofllcors and citizens followed tho robber to tho shoro of Whlto Boar lako. whore ho was surrounJod Ho placed hlmsolf In a position pro tected from boh I ml nnd returned tho flro of tho pobho. Tbo firing was constant for some timo, tho robber having boon sup plied with a large amount of am munition. Evory timo a raombor ot tho posse en mo within sight and rango he Jlred. Tho posso had dif ficulty 'locating him and It was not until Larson had boon killed and Butler fatally woundod that thoy wero able to flro upon him with cer tainty. Paul evldontly had tnado up his mind not to be taken alive and it was clear to tho leadors of tho posse that ho would fight to tho death, Aftor his position was discovered a volley fired from half a dorou guns ended hs resistance, and when found he was dead. Paul entored tho bank under the pretense of presenting a check for payment. After ho got la tho bank ho drew two revolvers arid "cover ed" tho cashier. Holding the em ployes, of the bank at tho point of h's revolvers he took C0O from the safe and made his escape. He had a horse nearby and got away quick ly but tho posso started after him within a very few minutes. , BODIES WASHINB ASHORE The Steamship Maori Wrecked Near Capetown, Africa, Some Time Wednes day Night. MANY LIVES LOST STEAMSHIP WARATAH ON TRH FROM DUniHN, THAT SHOULD TAKE TWO DAYS, NINE DAYS OVEHDUF CARRIED 0O PAS HEN'GEUS. (United Preu teased Wire. Capetown, Capo Colony, South Af rica, Aug. 5. Ten bodies have washed ashoro and ton ourvlTOra havo reached tho land in a lifeboat from tho English stoamshlp Maori, which wont down near hero last night. Tho Maori, onrouta here from New Zoaland, carrlod many passengers, though tho oxact number Is Hot known. An unknown number escaped la lifeboats. Searching parties are at work all along tho shoro, seeking tract ot survivors or bodies. Nine Dyn Overdue, Capo Town, Aug. 6. Two war ships loft horo today to search for Uie'stenmBtlpWliirafah, -wltk ! passengers, which is ulno days over dut on Ivor trip from Durban to Cape Town. Tho trip requires but two daya. It is considered almost certain that tho ship was lost in a cyclone which swept tho coast on her second day out. LOS ANGELES WILL ABSORB WILMINGTON Los Angeles, Aug. 5. By a voto ot approximately two to one In Wil mington and by a majority of mora than 13,000 in this city, tho consoli dation ot Los Angolcs and tho aea sldo city was assured at tho polls yostorday. A similar olectlon for tho purposo of joining San Pedro with Oroat Los Angeles Is called for August 12. ho consolidation enthusiasts horo ap parently aro confident that this olec tlon will result as did yostorday'a giving thlH city thu harbor that has boon tho object of its interest tor many years, Tho torrltory unnexed gives Los Angeles an outlet to tho ocean at Wilmington, with which it is con nected by a shoestring atrip less than two miles long. Plans for extensive harbor Improvements already nre undor way. Rb'AR ADMIRAL SCHLEY TAKEN TO HOSPITAL Now York, Aug. 6. Itend Admiral Wlnflold Scott Schley, hero of tho naval buttlu ot Sautlugo, today lies In thu St. Luke's hospital suffering from n sevore uttnek ot bronchitis. Rcliley was taken 111 while visiting his dnughter ut Mnmurnneck about two wooks ago und wus roinovod to the hospital when It became apparent thut tho attack was sorlous. It was unuounccd today that ho Is much Im proved und soon will bo ablo to Ieuvo the hospital. Mrs. Schley aud the admiral's son, Dr. W S. Sohloy. havo been wltn him during his Illness. FOUND THE YOUNGSTER IN THE UNDERGROWTH Portland, Or.. Aug. 5. Mystory surrounding tho dUuppearanfe of tho 3-year-old granhon of Mjs. Har ry B. Smith was '-.tared up today when detectives found thu.b.iby in an undergrowth near his homo thU morning. Tho child was toiv'ol and dirty, but was not Irjured nnd al though hungry w.u none tin worse for his mlsadveat "e The child wanderd away two nights ugo.