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THE BEST NEWSPAPER MM- THE LARGEST jj CIRCULATION I! YJTYSIXTH YEAR. BALBH 1BE00N, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER. 22, WIS. PRICE TWO CENTS. XA"""lv2TCkM felPT. TO 1URDER . .ON" RANCH NEAR SALEM 'IAN IS :01DOWN 11 COUSIN i rt. Hayes Has Chance to Re cover From Wounds and Yates Is in Jail. 4AL0US OF HER RETURNING HUSBAND jrother Says Shooter Has Not Been in His Right Mind for Some Time. iiitlan isvnminir insnnolv infatuatod with ) mil fearing that she was about to t( him forever, Hofcr Yatos, 38 js old and single, shot and serious injured bin first cousin, Myrtlo the wife of W. B. Hayes, of itland, last evening. The shooting imd at the home of Yates' mother L Fmitland, whoro Mrs. Hayes has vi boarding for several months In ibwnce of hor husband, who has it returned from eastern Oregon, am he has been working in the bar 4 fielils; in, Hayes, Yatos and three of the ivet children were sitting In the yard front of the house when Mr. Hayes u teen approaching the placo last " Jnht, having just returned from east p Oregon, Mrs. Hayes arose and to walk toward the husband , tin Yates demandod that she should ,(tt go near her husband and to keep W from him. Mrs. Yates did not f'ti the demand, howover, and while i'twaj walking to the house with her bud's arm locked In hors, Yates ' wied fire with a revolver. The first it flew wild, but the second struck la Yates in the arm and a third hit j in the neck. The bullet ranged !f twu nml lodged in the woman ' lungs. Threatens Others. Wen Mrs. Hayes fell after tho sec- j'U Hot had boon firod, Mr. Hayes fytnt toward Yates, but the lattor fli him off with the gun. The shor i-'t mi notified and when the officers ,j"Hved, Yates submitted to arrest. Ulesi unforeseen complications set , j w" ' very good chance for Mrs. Aei to survive hor wounds. Yatoe jni brought to the city last night and ruIT nM in the county jail. He in ; lwi tbout Mrs. Hayes this morning, that " she died he wanted to ," too. At present Mrs. Hayes is be- "Hrea for at the home of Yates' ('"tier, Woman Tabes Blame. .... .. ""owing to Joe Yatos, a brother of 7r '", who is employed as nrre. Mr. j.r .o. nil " wimt for the trouble of yoHtordny. K i ""ll0" t,mt MrB' Hay" woM j' w'e his brother alone notwith . 'n,,fn she had been so advised from y to time. yt(., declares that Mr. ,,f,l0 told his wife not to have 8 ..' " 10 lo with Homer Yatos, as ould 1,0 troHUe over the matter ' or later. Jh mnn who did the shooting has ( " 'or tho mt 20 years, according brother h0r0 ,( ha, not eeB in f( r'8 mind for some time. On ac nt of Mrs. Have potting him and courau-i k: .. . . ' tli v. 0 ror ncri "" " 1 form T Prisoner, tho latter gnNtt infatuation for tho wo ' ko 1"' Wh(,n hor nll",)an,l returned j ot"1(,, 1 "iKllt' he K"1 txeii - ki. i . ,,at,,'1 this morning that llav ' ha" "featenod to kill Mrs. J ',k . ore that she was told met h,,, I. i .. in, Tu, ' wl" probably be given -'""u me next few dan. Law Violated by Salem Drugstores Secretary of State Board of Pharmacy Says Quite a Number Fall to Have Bight Help en Sunday. Frank Coldwoll, the secretary of the State Board of Pharmacy, made an in spection of the Salem drug stores yes terday and, according to his statements "boforo he left for points south, thore are quito a number of local drug estab lishments operating on Sunday without tho necessary attendance of a register ed and experienced clerk. Mr. Cold woll suid "In summing up my inspection find ings at this time, I find that several Salum drug stoios are being loft in the hands of unregistered clerks and inex perienced help. This is contrary to law and must stop. Under the 1913 drug act every pharmacy in the state must be conducted by at loast one registered drug clerk. These conditions have been found not only in Salem, but in Port land and other places, but we are trying to bring tho importance of the law to the notice of the proprietors as speedily as possible beforo taking any action agiiinst them." Mr. C'oldwell left Inst night for towns south of this city. SCHOOL FAIR TO BE OPENED IN ARMORY E) FAVORED BY OFFICIAL (OKITIO nl8l UUS1D WIRI. Washington, Sept. 22. As he had said he would, Congressman Thompson, of Hlinois, today introduced in the house his resolution, charging that the justice department has conducted liti gations involving more than 1,000,000,- 000 worth of California oil lands in such a way as "to be more ad vantageous to the Southern Pacific than to the government." Though the resolution concedos that suit was instituted to oust the railroad, it is asserted that the litigation is being so neglected that the company, pushing its development work, is taking thou sands of dollars daily out of the prop erty, at the government's expense. II Three prisoners with the honor gang near tho Reform school, walked away and left their jobs last night. They are Archie Taylor, sent from this county for from ono to seven years on a con viction of larceny, and whose minimum sentence would have expired December I; Frank Murphy, sent from Douglas county for five years for burglary, and whose full term would have ended in 90 days, and Thilip Martin, sent from Jnekson for from one to seven years for larceny, a recent arrival. Boys and Girls of Salem and Vicinity Interested in Big Event Assured. BIG LIST OF PREMIUMS Fine Things Will Be Offered to Those Bringing Their Exhibits to This Fair. The boys and gii? or Salem and sur rounding country are much interested in the school fair which will be held in the armory net Saturlay. They ex pect to bring in the best things which they have made and raised and compete for the splendid prizes offered. The girls will no doubt carry off the prizes for the best cooking and sewing and the indications are that-'some of the prizes offered for gardon and field pro ducts will be won by them. One boy at least is going to try to establish as the best bread baker in this section of the country. All exhibits with the exception of bread and cake should be brought to tho armory on Friday afternoon or ev ening and called for at 4 o'clock on Saturday. The prize winning exhibits should bo taken to the state fair by the exhibitor. The chickens will be taken care of while on exhibit. All boys and girls who have an exhib it at the Btate fair will be entitled to a ticket to the grounds for one day. The exhibition of the corn in the JO RES! AND MANY I Former President Taft and Acting Mayor Kline Lead Honorary Pallbearers. WALDO DISPLAYS GRIEF FoUce Commissioner Sobs Openly as ' He Follows Taft and Subway Stops for Five Minutes. UNITED PEISI LM9BD WIBI. New York, Sept. 22. Mayor Gaynor was buried here today with appropriate honors. ; Former President Taft and Acting Mayor Kline led the procession of honorary pallbearers, which started at 10:39 o'clock. The departure from the city hall wae most impressive. The stars and stripes and the mayor's flag and floral tokens from the widow and children covered the casket. Two hundred and fifty policemen stool at attontion in the plaza as the cortege Btarted for Old Trinity. Thou sands of persons, silent and with bowed heads, stood outside. Only the low or ders of the police captains and the shuffling of feet broke the silence. Turning into Broadway, the cortege passed to . the south through a solid mass of humanity. The roofs of build ings were jammed and the windows of the skyscrapers wore packed with hu manity. Police standing shouldor to Evidence of Woman Badly Wounded is State's Hope Now popcorn contest inaugurated by the shoulder, lined the curbs for the entire Capital National Bank has been post poned till Saturday, November 8, as the corn is too green to exhibit at the armory next Saturday. Fatally Injured Late dispatches from tho scene of the Everett train wreck say Bev, O. W. Grannis, of Long Beach, Cal., wbb prob ably fatally injured. UNITED PBISS IXABED WIBI. San Francisco, Sept. 22. If the hos pital authorities will permit, Coroner Leland decided today to secure the tes timony of A. B. Coulson 's common law wife in affidavit form and to hold an inquest on William Acker and George Kovack tomorrow night. Lipman, to hurry things as much as possible. Though interviewed daily by detectives, he has made no abatement of the slightest value bearing on the shooting. Mrs. Mary Stafford, who was with the party which, made the rounds of I the beach resorts just before the trag The woman, who was badly wouudod edy, has been released on her promise at the same time Acker and Kovack were shot to death, while lunching to gether at the Atlas garage last Thurs day night, was considered out of dan ger today, but it was said she could not leave the hospital for some time. Coulson, still held without a formal charge, was beginning to grow very im patient and urged his lawyer, Attorney to testify when wanted. The police said they did not believe her teiitimony would be of much value, as they are sure she knows nothing about the shoot ing. Mrs. Kovack, wife of one of the vic tims, has become temporarily insane from grief, and friends are caring for her and her two children. I BE UNITED FBISS LEASED WIBI. Everett, Wash., Sept. 22. Overland passenger trains Nos. 3 and 4 just west of Mulkilteo, this morning were wrecked. Eleven persons are reported injured, one seriously. . A broken axle or dofoctive rail ditched the eastbound train, scattering wreckage over the westbound tracks. I The westbound train crashed into the ' wreckage. A special train was dis patched to bring the injured to Everett. Remarkable Document Filed by Tigard vllle People Who Say Five-Cent Fare Would Be Too Low. OBEEE SOLDIERS SEIZE MISSION. London, Sept. 22. The Beizure by Greek soldiers of the American mission at Moritza, Albania, where 100 Alba nian girls are being educated, was an nounced today in telegrams from Av lona, on the Albanian coast, Other attacks by Greeks on Amori- distance. One thousand other police men also marched with the procession. Police Commissioner Rhinelander Waldo, marching behind former Presi dent Taft, sobbed openly. lie regarded Mayor Gaynor as one of his dearest friends. Pressing engagements prevented former President Roosevelt from at tendinc ih aftrvlepfl. The subway suspended operations for "u" was autiea five minutes during the funeral. , that Albanians recently returned from the Unitod States have been especial objocts of Greek persecution. The Bri nish consul at Monastir has protested vigorously to the Greek government in the Albanians' behalf. The source of the trouble scorns to be the Albanians' determination to makj their country independent, while the Greeks are equally dotomiined to make it a part of their country. ai nurrt nm in mrvr The railroad commission and its of fice force have not fully recovered from a serious shock they received this morning when a petition was received from residouts of Tigardville, asking that the roquest made by residents of Garden Home that a 8-cent rate be given them from Portland be not grant ed. The petitioners, 24 in number, state that the distance is 8 miles, that the company cannot carry them at that rate without serious loss, that the pa tronage is light, that it would be un just to the roads and detrimental to the public welfare, would stop devel opment, would throw 70 men out of em ployment and be a serious detriment to the road. The railroad company should have a copy of that document photo graphed and sent to every other road in the country as oue of tho curiosities of railroading. Increase in High School It Es pecially Gratifying to All Concerned. MANY NEW PUPILS COME Great Many Youngsters Arrive to Ac quire Knowledge In First Grade of Schools Here. All records' for attendance were sinashel in the high school enrollment of Salom today, it was announced this afternoon. The increase in the high school was very gratifying, anl there was a busy time spent register ing the pupils in the grades. There was an especially large increase in the num ber of young pupils who entered school for the first time. The registration exceeded the expec tations of many of the teacher. It in dicated that Salem's growth is rapid, and that it is a center for people who wish to rear and educate their children in the cleanest city of its size in the United States. The high school totaled 525 at noon, ' as compared with 470 at tho close of the first day last year. The tlon in the graded schools tota 4 ' at noon, making a total of S30( ii '' 1 schools.. .... ..... Today the time was being U Vfi) i.;t largely in getting registered, 8'"l . morrow the regular grind will br n . Superintendent Kuntz regarua tue outlook this year as very favorable. The Weather OF (oitrriD pbibi uiin wibi. New York, Sopt. 22. Hans Schmidt, confossed murderer of Anna Aumullor, 1 counterfeiter and possiblo Biayer ot many more persons, was placed under an extra guard today as a precaution against an attempt at suicide. The alarm concerning the prisoner BANK AND WIFE IS bnitid rnm' i.iabi wtni.l . rasadena, Cal.,, Sept. 22. Tell- jug his wire tunc no down town to transact business, telling some friends ho was going to Kngland, where his relatives live, and still others that ho was off for Arizona to take up gov ernment land, W. 8. Hawkins, aged 4", is missing here today, after drawing tho entire family savings, 30O0 from a local bank. His wife, with whom he had had a trivial quarrel Saturday, short ly before he got the money from the bank, says he had a mental disorder several years ago and fears for his safety. She believes he has started for England. t was due to the receipt of information from Germany that four members of his family bad killed themselves in the past five years. Schmidt is not permit ted to use a razor, and as he will not lot the prison barber shave him, ho is rapidly growing a heavy beard. The Dickey Bird says: Orogon,fair and cooler tonight with light froBt; Tuesday fair and warnlcr except near coast; west erly winds. Wants it Understood Marshalls are AH Through Househunting': MOYER OFF TO CAPITAL. UNITED 1'IIBSS LEASED WIBE. Chicago, Sopt. 22. President Chas. E. Moyer, of the Western Federation of Minors, conferred here Sunday with At torney Clarence Darrow iu regard to an injunction issued Saturday in Calumot, Mich., prohibiting picketing by copper minors on strike in that district. After his conforonce with Darrow, Moyor started for Washington without making any statement. Darrow also rofuaed to discuss the strike situation. CARD OF THANKS. Wo wish to thank the many kind neighbors and friends for their thought ful assistance and beautiful floral of ferings for our belovel father. Schirm er sistors and brothers. WILSON WILL SIGN NEW TARIFF BILL NEXT II BAY UNITED rntflS LEASED WIBE. J Washington, Sept. 2. The trials and tribulations of a house-hunter in Wash ington wro disowned at length today by Vice-l'nwldeut Thomns B. Marshall, who has decide! to live in a hotel dur ing his stay in tho Capital. "You will do me a favor," Marshall are through and don't want real estate houses were the only one's within the men to bother us any moro. jjniit that wo thought domrnblo. "After hunting houses since March "I have been peHtivrcd to death by we found one that just suited us. Utit rniil estate men since' coming here. They it was owned by a widow who, to put havo taken us around to aeo houses it iu tho vernacular, had 'bitten off which n-iit for from 2S00 to 0000 a moro than she could chew, and needed ,year, and require from ten to fifteen ,ine money trom Its sale. A Presbvte-1 unrvRxU t run TI.1. I... . told the United Press today, "if you rian iireacher wanted to bnv. .. vv nn.r, ijv ii.ia im-vh uiiuilie lit I1I1U win toll all the real mlatn mnn In nr d, .u .....i i i . ... ... . . . . u, .. , , .... : 7 I """" ""B rm,ml ,n6 "yung nnur 20U0 and so wo have administrative VNashinuton to Quit rhamnir na iihn.it w nn . a. .. .. . .. ..... ., ",. ' . " , wo m idi given it up as a bad job. Of course, come tax and What tho use or one hnimff.hiint kn.,.. ti. .v i. . .... " ' " " . , . ' " " am" we ,enMai snynoMy who come, along and who n- Ing cotton nil nnn life? Mv wlf an.l T k... An. . it u. i. 1 ......... .. ' , ' . . . .. . ' . m me nanus oi tnn.is to leave town and has a nice a . ... a uoxe. m. rest .r two or three agents. While we were house for $2000 or le-s-that we can '"TuT . , . , . xgn ,"l"e wlth one Ket. mother rm.t-cnn do hu.lnoM with me. We "I 11 bet my wife ha. Wked at 300 wa. renting It to some one else. The will take It. But I want to .ay right houses In Washington. We had two olh.r n. t tk. k u. . . K , . ,,. . , .r u .. . r" ' " nore ni now that the Marshal s rented, but lost them both. Now we rent limit of $2000 a year. Those two. through house-hunttng." UNITED PRESS. LEASED WIRE. 4 Washington, Sopt. 22. Follow ing a conference hero today wlrli Senators Simmons of North Caro lina and Hoke Smith, of Georgia, It Wis announced at the Whito House that President Wilson hopee to sign the tariff bill not later than Thursday. The house and senate conferees, It was stat ed, have practically settled all disputed points, and only eortnln feature!, the in- tho amendment tax- futures remain to be The conferoee hope to make their report on the bill Wednesday. are ! IS CLAUD BY DEATH Well-Known Salem Citizen Conducted Successful Business Hera for Many Years. Gideon Steluer, one of Salem's oldest and most rcepocted citizens, paused away at his home at 143 North Twelfth street at 4 o'clock this morning, nfter a short illness brought about by an at tack of paralysis. . In the death of Mr. Stelner the Cap ital City loses ono of its most valuable pooplo, a kind husband and a good fath er. The deceased had been a business man in this city for yeurs and his cir cle of friends and acquaintances are numberless. Mr. Rtoiner was born in Bluffton, Al len county, Ohio, May 14, 1841. He ro- muvca 10 uregoa wun nis vnree orotn era in 1880 and Las lived here ever since. Mr. Stelnor went Into the fish and poultry buainoss in Salem shortly after taking up his residence here and for years conducted a successful busi ness aud won many friends by the kind and jovial manner in which he greeted his customers. Besides a wife, Mr. Steiner leaves three children to mourn his death. They aro: Dr. R. E. L. Stolner, superintend ent of tho Oregon State Hospital, Mrs. Milton L. MoyoTs and Mrs. Walter A. Donton, all of Salem. The deceased was a prominont mem ber of tho Masonic and Odd Fellows' lodge. In Masonry he was a member of Pacific Lodge No. 50, A. F. & A. M., Multnomah Chnptor No. 1, R. A. M., and Hudson Council No. 1, R. & S. M. Ho was also an Odd Follow, but not iu this district. The funorn! will be held from the homo of the deceased Tuesday, Roptom- imr nt 2 p. m., and the remains will bo taken to Portland for cremation. The Unitarian pastor, Uov. Tischor, will otrieiato. Tho casket will bo opeu from 10 to 12 tomorrow morning, so that friends may view the body AVIATOR ON HIS WAY. UNITED I'RESS LEASED Will. Florence, Oro., Sept. 22. Aviator Steele, en route from North Bond to Yaquina Ray In a hydro aeroplane, ar rived here safely, and, after a few min ute) spent Iu adjusting his machine, re turned his journey.