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SALEM, OREGON WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBEH 27 1899.
Salem Woolen Mills
Hcrae Made Goods,
SPECIALS: A very select
line of Boy's Knee Pant Suits
of our own goods made up in
New York. Get one for
All sizes of Boy's Black Pose,
the very best to be had: A.4'i
NVV 1 ?X
SALEM SHOE STORE
R. 11. LbBO, Manager.
M Mate St Ladd t IbHi Hank IH'1
Carpels I 1
Arc gaining favor
have them. We are snowing scverm ui mi. y
making a special price to make room for anewjotnow on the way,
buttoned w ith
We make all kinds of Lounges,
AU wcrk guaranteed
The arjpl assortment of
2ii5 Pants: Regular sizes,
extra sizes and extra longs
No matter what size you-call
for we have them. A special
drive on them
he finest line of Crash Hat
foi Aen and Boys to bs
found, in Patterns ade
Shoes are selling fast. Our
Fall Stock now in, all bought
before the late advance in
leather, and we are going to
sell them below any body.
Call and sec our styles and
get our prices.
St. Salem, Oregon.
DRINGS LUS1ESS. Cur ccror-ctitcs
do not seem to appreciate it but our
customers do. All our Fall and Winter
. slock cut to bottom prices, No f tore in
the city attempting to meet our prices.
Of course some people "will look
around," we arc glad they dc'thcy aU
ways come back if they know the dik
fcrcncc between a S2 50 shoe and a
v HOUSE FURNISHERS a 1 1
t , 1
everyday m nc nomes -y-y w-
upholstered in J
II I - i ,
that we are selling
discount to close out me iovv biov
Titty Will NOt Rr
Transvaal Government Ap
Situation" in South Africa Critical
Boers Looting the Frontier.
Hy Anam'liifril 1'rrn In tlir JiiurnnL
Iainihiv, Sept. 27. The trniiHWial hII
tiatinii remains uiu'hniiKcd, tlmiinh if
anything tin' feeling of kIooiu l" deep
ened. Cablegrams (mm l'retorla ami Cape
Tim 11 cliow tluvt tho tienernl iiupri-HHldii
prevail Hint Hoern will not recede, fiom
their poMllioiuind Hint hiding n( tin
rot tit Pretoria has lieen inteiiHllled.
l'lie dinpatch today announce that
the Traimvmil Kiiwriuuuiit luw begun
to pK)int (illlcer to go to Hk front in
wiMi of lnwtllitli'i. Tliu executive conn
oil of Him Trar.nvaal Iihh been In con
Htunt telegraphic eommuiiieutlon with
tliu Orange free Statu.
Noili'1'lntoii, It In mm wiiil, regarding
the attitude of Hh' l'reo State him et
lieen reached. Tranxviiiil'H reply to
the iliHKitcli of Chatnlurlalu will Iki
drafted today ami HiihiuUtcd to tliu
mail in K'cret eiwdon,
liupltu of tho warllko preparation.
South African circle in Iindon, hHII
bi-lii-vo there will lm no war anil Hint
tho Itocr will llnally concede, to tliu
biMiiov, Sept. 27. Tim Capo Town
correspondent or tliu Dully Now saya;
Tim IlourH liavo begun looting on Hio
wocturn liorder of tho TraiiHvaal. A bonne
at l.lteliunburg, belonging ton Hriticli
wubject, wan looted In hi iibcunce, ev
erything rtnblo being carried off.
Oiumos Citv, Sept. 27. Chimin Wll
IIiiiiih wan (oiinil 1 1 mil by tho aide of tliu
railroad track at New Km HiIh morning.
He lxKtnlojl tliu train lad night l Jwit
bin way to ''ugene.
Ill- An.iirlHlril I'rrnm lit Itir Journal.
Omaha. Sept. 27 A nvial to the
Ihv. from Cheyenne Simx mn'iicy, kih
that there in K'eat excitement ou-r.the
L .,. a !.. J w w I .
From $j.50 up.
This is the best
Easy Chair made!
them evcrv day at a
inttrtlcr of Ixing Haley, n Cheyenne
rher Soux, by ltmhly, a wiunw man. At
the fuueral of Haley, which was con
ducted at the Catholic cemetery, White
Swan, one of tho principal chiefs, ninde
an iutlamatory speech, bitterly denounc
in) the white men for tho treatment of
tho Indians. This stirred tho Indians
up more than over. Inspector Tinker,
tho Indian bureau, and Farmers Lyons
and Conistock arc on tho ground, sup
ported by a force of Indian police, and
nroilolnectory. thing possible to quiet
tho Indians and maintain order.
The Secretary's Final Decision
in Portland's Favor.
Ilr Anauclalrit I'ren la llir .Innrnnl.
Watiiimitov, Sept. 27. Secretary
Hoot has mcrrulcd an attempt inndo
through tho quartermaster's depart
ment to prevent tho Lennox from being
lilted out for .Manila at Portland. A ills
patch was received from San Francisco
saying that tliu Lennox could not Iki
llttcdoutat Portland without a great
deal of additional expense; that it would
be iiiiKwqih)o to wnd meutliure who mi-
ilcrMaud what is needed; that men
could not bo snared, and several other
minor suggestions were made. This
dispatch was taken to Secretary Itont,
ami, after considering everything, be
adhered to his determination to have
the Umiikix llttnl at Portland. To each
of Hie bureaucratic nhlcctliiiiH he Inter-
HHod the cool determination of n busl-
nesi mail who did not see Impossibili
ties in every little thing brought up, and
ami said that none of tho obstacles
raised were of iuiporbiit'tt Ho said that
the trivial iiuestions which tho San
Francisco men were raiting wuroluteud-
cd only to prevent any business from
being done with tliu gooriiinent trans-
Mirts at Portland, and ho did not Intend
to be used for any such purpose. Tho
Into decision settles the matter, ami
even the quartermasters hnwi given up
their light and ackinmhilgo defeat.
Wasiiimitov, Sept. 27. President
MeKlnley has decided to hino'on his
Western trip, Octnlmr -J. Tho president
will bo accompanied by Mrs. MoKiulcy
and tliu meiiilstrsof his cabinet. They
wllllcawt on Oi'tolsir I, tho nnimlng
after the dinner at tho white house, and
will lie gone alxint two weeks. They go
llrst to Oalwburg, III , thence to Chi
cago and onto St. Paul, Sioux City mid
Alienlceil, S, D.
Two train loads of the Idaho volun
teers kihi1 through Salem this after
infill en route for home. Tho Dakota
and Minnesota men nre tixctcd
The Eloquent Eye
Sometime iim-s its pewer: it ntHxIs help
til MM UliUKMlilMly,
A klllil optician will tost thn eyes
frwi of cliargu and nn-uratoly wljust
gluMMW to suit the sight. Ifymi run Imj
flttwl from tli lurge aMuirinent kpt In
ttk it will Imi u matter of hut n fw
lllilllltwi to (III Ml. If glttMMM iiiiut l
muiIh It will ittku u few diivs.
If any ime urv KlaivHsaiMl uUm 1'ior
to my n iiMlsrntt) pricx, we will mil Ln u
dtwtnint or in soiiiti tstuMM piw-tnl Himiii
HERMAN W. BARR S. 0
Realization llel'er Than Imagination.
To rtttlbM tJw swilitW- itt my fruits,
tern rrttMiH, crtWHi mU, aif 1 chikIU, U
to lU tliui. My clumiuUi rrtwMM
I'm Mir f- witluu yMr iimwim, hhI
uumu triad never iImiM. l'U at tlm
IhMI tM, 13H SUlW W.
next thing is
We all want
Caps, Gloves, Sox. Hose, and a great many Dry
Goods. Now. I will tell you, John, that we can
save money by trading at
THE PAIR STORE
n Salem, for I have priced their goods and know
they are all right. Keally, jonn, I ieei UKe we
ought to tell everybody that they can get more
for their money at THE FA R STORE in Salem
than any place else. U. ' uaunhy
proprietor, 274 Commercial Street.
To Honor Admiral
Rear Admiral Sampson in
Though Outranked By Howison and
Ilr Aumirlnlril I'rraa In III Journnl.
Ni.w Yoiik, Sept. 27. Admiral lowoy
rsiu early l.lay and could Iki seen friuu
the Atlantic highland pacing tho
Olympla's quarterdeck. An outward
bourn) llrltlsh steamer saluted as she
usscd. A string of signal Hags were
sent aloft in rcss)iise. All otllclal
visit was paid Dewey by Major llurbank
ami staff, commandant of Port Han
cock. At It o'clock Hie Olympla started
up the bay for government anchorage,
off Touipklnsvlllo. The progress, of tho
procession was triumphant, all sorts of
crafts , including the dispatch Ixiat
Dolphin, with Assistant Secretary of
the Navy Allen on Issinl accompanying
Unexplained today that while Dewey
and Hear Admiral llimlson Isitli out
rank Wear Admiral Saniwoii, there
would Iki iio change In the arrange
ments, giving Sampson full control of
the nasal Hirtiou of the demonstration
in Dewey's honor.
Nhw Yiiiik, Sup. 27. Cruiser Chi
cago, llagshlp Hear Adinlral Howison,
reached ort tislay. The cruiser pro
ceeded to go to the Vermont anchorage,
off Tompklnsvlllu. A few moments
later, the. blue Hag of Aear-.ldinlral
Sampson's, ship, Now York, was low
ered and the rod Hag subitit if I Indicat
ing that Sampson was uu longer in
command of the lleet heie,
Nkw Yiiiik, Sept. 27. long Iwforu
dawn this morning steam and sailing
uraftof all sizes gathered III the irinlty
of tho southwest channel and swarmed
around tliu Olympla. A string of signal
lights weru kept constantly changing
us the answers were Hashed across tho
bay to the salutations of passing ships.
Just at dawn the signal lights on the
Olympla, went down. Half hour later
tho shrill sound of the Issitswalns
whistlu was heard piping tho men to
cleuii ship and soon the sailor lads were
seen swarming the decks mid getting
tho pride of the navy In shlphaio for a
trip to the anchorage off Tomplnsvllle.
At Hi 15 the erulMir Chicago, Hying tho
HMiuaiit of ItMir-Ailmlrul llnwisoit
wnncd in nt tliu Narrows. As shu
iioured the Olympla, Imr guns Imlnliiil
forth the udmlral's salute which the
Olympia ruluriiKil with a saint" for
At H o'clock ixilors was siMiiideil and
the tlag ami Jack were lsitsl dim and
aft t strains of the "Htar HiugM Han
imr." At H:0oV'loukthii Dnlphlu Iimvh
In sight, having on Issinl the usltant
iwjmtary of the navy, Allen, who was
rmulwl with u sulute. He wmit on
Ismrd tliu Olympla and rHiualnuit until
thtiOlyiuplu welglrtsl anchor.
All lit way up the lnwur Imy tliu slg-
uul Imys wuru ksjit busy dlpiJng wilors
while the .tenia sirwi kept tooting out
the thaiikM of Hie admiral to his admlr-
Mrs As tliecrillssr umirisi runs im-
worth and Ifainlltoii tliu marine par
UilwltheipurtMMlwk In full drwis mil
furm. niuiulim.' ut attmitlon wIiIIh the
wndgli was luwerml Mini thn khlM lium
As Hhj Olymida tuiterinl tho I'haiiuul
tho sigiml eor on thw (ortti wlgMKKl
a wwloiine, which wuai(srwl by tlm
sblp's sfgiwllnr. Ttw sp ' thu forts
wsrorrow.Ul Willi soldUn uml us the
MrMKMH U.UI.1 (nrtli thir wulwime,
where will we do our
Shoe, Underwear, iiui,
thoy cheered lustily In tho faco of tho
hero of Manila wreathed in smiles as his
ship answered gun for gun.
A little later tho cruler joined Samp
son's lleet orfTimpklnsvillolwhtch tliun
dnl out a welcome to tho eomin.uider-in-olilof.
In an intervlow In tho N'ew York I've
nlng l'ost among other things Dewey
"I thought that this thing In tho
Philippines would Iki over lung before
this, as it should bao U-en. I cannot
imagine how they have stood out until
now. Of course, thoro was tho rainy
season, and I supHo little was dune.
Ono great trouble out there has been
that (.ioneral Otis has tried to do too
much, 1 told him so. Ho wants to lw
geiural. governor, judgu and everything
else, to liavi) hold of all tho reins. No
man can do that. This Is the great
trouble. It Is enough for a man to do
ono thing, to bo ono thing; but when a
man tries to douverytblug nudbo oery
thing, it Is easy to imagine tho result.
"Tho light in the Philippines should
Iw easily cided. Tho eoplo liavo been
so badly treated for such a length of
time by tho Spaniards that they are dis
trustful. This is tho great dllllculty In
dealing with them. Where wo have
met them and they liavo lccii lu such
contact with us as to learn that wo mean
to treat them well, wliro they have
seen that we mean what wo say, there
is no trouble. They stand by us all tliu
time. All of them will learn this in
time. They will get from under the In
lliieuce of Agiiinaldo, or rather those
people who are Milnd Agniiialilo, who,
as I said before, is u mere tool."
THI2 ADMIHAL'S SALUTIS.
Salem to Pay Honors to Dewey in Good
Tho State military department had a
brass cannon sent to Salem, lu charge
of l.ieut. Strain of the Oregon battery,
to bu Hied tho momciiUhuwnrd is receiv
ed from New York. It U not probable
that any other program w 111 bo hid ulged
Taoima, Sept. 27, Trunk llrown coin
milled suicide last night, cutting his
throat with u NNiket knife, lie had
bristled mer the death of his llancee.
To cure T. Onppe. Keep wrm, cipecUt
Ibe feet, nd take Ut, AtUet' Ncrviae.
HIGH ART CANDIIiS.
L'XTUA VANII.A CHOCOI.A'IUS
CALIFORNIA ClltiWINC. CANUY
ELLIS & 'INN'S
V " "" C Q. 1
nU Pl-n',4o We have the heavy double face plaids for
VjrOll naiuS ca)S aiKj ikirls-the best shown in Salem
S250 and S3 a yd,
xr 4.' riiU Vou see it advertised in all the
V encilcui v-avjux
WE HAVE IT IN ALI
Dl A very beautiful fabric woven for Oregoniaus.
riUClie it wjf not 5pot, slip, or fade, will stand the ram
without shrinking. We have it in durable shades.
ooTxroaBinEcac rxiDjflLY nsr occ3i-jac,ac,.j
Makes the food more delicious and wholesome
Dr. J. W. Welch Interferes In
a Funiily Row.
Ilr Aasnelnlril lrrs In III Jonriinl
Sn.VKiiTov, Or., Sept. 27. In ix sipinb
bloliotween Dr. J. V. Welch mid W.
It. Smith yesterday, tho hitler was shot
(brought tho left hand, lie made com
plaint against Welch, who will appear
for a hearing today.
WbenWelch, who is n young dentist,
went hoine to dinner, ho found Smith rher. No particulars faro- yet known
the center of a considerable commotion, nH to what caused tho terrible deed ex
of which several women seemed to iHilveptlng a report that n family Jar In tho
part. It Is said the trouble started from morning led tho unfortunate woman to
Smith's Insisting on taking bis llttlo end berown and her children's lives.
daughter (mm tliu family homo in town
to his ranch, up tho creek, his wife op
jioslng such action. At any rate Welch
tried to ipilel Smith, who resented tho
Interference. Welch sent his little
brother (or his rowilvor, ami when II
brought him Smith bad hold of Welch's
mother. Welch sought to mako Smith
release his hold, and Smith sprang (or
the revoher, anil In the struggle tho
weapon was discharged.
Smith ilgurcd in the affair lu which
Cisilldgo was killed In Coos county, n
few years ago. Smith thru rivehed n
wound In the thigh, from which ho has
not yet fully recovered.
'Die Aluka Kartliiuske.
Sv Kuam'Isixi, Sept. 27. The earth
intakes which shook up the Alaskan
coast curly hi SepleinlKir luade them
H'lves felt miles at sod. Three essels
which have arrival from the northern
salmon llsherles resirt experiencing
must lMvullnr weather on Sunday,
SeptenilH-rll, the day of tho llrst earth-
('nptalii Charles Johnsou, ol Hie lutrk
II, I'. Cheney, which was at sea almost
opHislto Kadlak at tho time of the dis
turbance, states that on Soplomlior it a
heavy gale sprang up, the air being very
sultry. The Imrouiiiter fell rapidly, but
lu Id minutes the wind full ami tho sea
Captain Thompson, of the bark Nlcli.
iilas'lha)cr from Alaska, also noted the
iH'Ctillar climatic condltloiis on Suiiteiu-
JhtII. The h, J. Morse was likewise
caught lu tho galu which followed the
upheaval along the north coast.
The San I'm nc I sen A Hluslaw Lumber
Co. has Just (viinpletml a llrst-ohnw saw
mill at Acme, with a saw big capacity of
Wl.tXMI feel sir day, says tliu liugene
Mr. I'. I'attersou, out at the stone
ipiarry three miles soiitli of Dallas, has
romii men under him getting out stouo
ferthe new l'olk court hoimu at DaIIiis.
Gilo li iUtIus IliouianiJi of vlctlmi
Ur. Mllci' Ntrlnc it coring IliyuumU
OHI) COM MIC MCI A. I. HI", CON,
jjoiJlefSVi k Soru,
Our Dress Goods Department is indeed
a credft to Salem. We are showing all
the new weave, colors and patterns.
Foreign buyers claim that Crepons will
be very good for Pall and next Spring.
We show them fiom
SI a yd, to S 25 a suit
leadiiik' journals of fashion.
SHADES. 50 inches wide.
SL25 and SL75 a yd,
We are showing a mixed line of Dress
Goods, worth 50c to 51 a yard, for
38c a yd to close out
PO-ffCf CO . MtW TOM.
A Aother Drowns Two Chil
dren and Herself.
Ily Aaanrliilril Prras In Ih Jnurnnl,
Tun Du.i us, Or., Sept. 27. Nuwh was
rooehed by tho county uDlciuts lioro of u
shocking tragedy which ocuurcd near
the free bridge Monday afternoon, when
1rd. W V. fli'ldti .lmii'twiil li.ira.ttf timl
j hor two children boy of 4 years, and
girl of 1 years In tho Deschutes
Their Isslies wero recovered this morii
iug. Oytou formcrb owuetl a farm
near Tho Dalles, and was married here
lle years ago, since which time he has
been it rancher lu Sherman county. His
wife wih it native of (I runs Valley.
.1. II. Peterson, of Ualuer was In town
last Sunday ami closed the negotiations
for the nxrchasuof lloury Miller's lod
ging camp ami oiitllt, says the Citehla-
moitiazotio. uis.Mr. reierson s in
tention to put In mi Iron tram road nt
ouco,, laying the iron on top of the skills
mill thoroughly planking tliu entire
road, so that it can boused lu the win
ter. Three iloukev unulncs and new
camp buildings will 1k erected at onco.
it istno iiiieniion to worn mini mi to mi
CiilOAdo, Sept 27. Dccemboi TSii,
Cash 7IM ,
San I'ii V4uiscu, Sept. 27, Cash 103. '
We invite you to inspect our
goods and be convinced that
they are exactly as advertised.
We have the
Largest Clothing Store.
In Salem C X X
And pride ourselves on giving
good values. New line of
75c to $6
We are closing out a line of
King's Trousers, worth 7.50,
For $5.75 a pr.
One bottle of J
will do the work of
three bottles of the i (
ordinary kind. j I
'A i 't!
I J 248 COMMERCIAL ST.
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