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Why, I Can See
As well ever! is the exclamation of
people lor wliotu wohave fitted.
.Wf lW Scientific UHllKsIs'aud can fit
glasses wls-re otliers have fa tit1!. r
Then is no exuse for having your
eyes "tested, and It glasses are needed
we can furnish theui at a moderate
Herman W. Carr
. Scientific Optician.
118 State St, Ssiem, Oregon
KILL THE SHAH
. GO BEED 'OF-aUB IB Tllf I0E Oil HMIS
Dut go to FRIEDMAN'S NEW RACKET STORE where the weather is cool and comfortable, and
where goods can be bought at prices that will suit tho pocket book of all. - Have j'ust got in a handsome
line of table damask, fine hemstitched towels, butcher linens, an elegant, line of silkolines at prices that
sell them fast .A complete new line of ladies' neckties and pulley belts, handkerchiefs, and hot weather
crash skirts, parasols, fans and new dimities. . . -
IN HEN'S WEAR
New crash and linen suits, new hats, an immense line of bicycle caps, sweaters and hose, new suits in
tweeds and other weaves, neckties; collars, also a large assortment ef trunks, valises and telescopes, sus
penders, shirts, hop pickers' gloves, a complete stock ot men's underwear and notions; in fact full lines
of everything kept in a well regulated dry goods and clothing store.
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Italian Morderrr fails in His Blccd
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PCRSIAN M0.NARCH INDISTLRDED
Received a WarnlDg Fire Hinates
Before the Assassin Tried to
Do His Work.
At Friedman's New Racket Store
Corner State and Commercial Streets
PA1H8. Ang. 2 An atteni(t on the
A FIONHft LADY LEFT ALONL
Only Surviving Member of tin? Family
of the Ii te F. M. Bice Crushed
' the Plains as a Child.
Editor Statesman: -Through. Lick
of information or some other unknown
nuse, lu an article published In .vuur
paper July 15th, to the memory of my
initio, the late 1'. M. Kite of Howell
Prairie, no mention was made of the
fact that lesldes hi widow and
grown eiiildreii left to mourn his de
mise, wan my mother, a, half sister.
and only nearest surviving relative,
who lived in ids family for 20 years
Mrs. Eliza E S. Smith or No. 21 -East
"rd street. corner Runedde, Portland.
Oregon. -formally Sirs. W. J. Hiltahldel
of Albany. Oregonand an old pioneer
also, having crossed the plains with
Mr.1. It lee in Uie year 1N."1, when she
was alwuf i or 7 years of age. These
(two were the only surviving members
of their famjlj- -their mother and two
sisters having iasd away shortly
licfore tlielr journey's-end.
, Sly mother tieing known to many of
tho pioneers who knew him !n Linn
and .Marion counties, I very much de
sire that a few lines 1e published In
your pter as to tho facts I have
herein stated. Verv ResiM-ctfullr.
MRS. LILLIAN ll.VNDALL
Portland, Or.. Aug. 1. r.rHi. "
We give no rewards. An offer of this
kind is the meanest of deception.
Test the curative jow ers of Ely's
Cream Balm for the cure of Catarrh.
Hay Fever and fold in the Head and
you me sure to continue tlie treat
ment. Relief Is hiinieiliate and a cure
follows. It Is not drying," ds-s not
pntdtice ' tiei-y.ing. It Hths and
, Ileal the memlintne. Price oil. cents
at druggists or by mail. L'ly I trot It
ers, Ts; Warti'ii Street... Xew York.
The local markrt quotations yester
day rrre as follows:
Wlieat -4.1 cents at the Salem Flour
ing Mills Co. 's office.
Oats 26 and 28 cents (buying).
Hay Cheat, buying $7 to $7S
timothy, $8.50 to $10.
Flour 70 and 75 cents per sack; $2.75
Mill feed Bran. $13; shorts, $15.
Butter 15 to 17c, luing.
Fggs-1.1 cents, cash. .
. Potiltry-t'hiekens. 7 to S ier llj
youfi-r drickens (friers) 10c. live weight.
PorkFat, 4) gross, sHnet.
.lUH'f-StH-rs, ;i4, cows, : V'M
3ic; good heifer. 4c
Mutton Sheep, 3 to 3J on foot; shear-i
cd 2 't to 3c
Veal (Yx and 7c dressed.
Potatoes cents, buying; new
Wool 15 to 16 cents, market weak.
Mohair- 5 cents.
Hop Twine -la cents per pound.
California Oak-tanned Leather used.
Harness Oil. etc j 1 !
' v F. E. SHAFER j
23 State Street. Salem, Oregon
An Every Day Goat
Who li veil on anything from cirrus
Hters to -tomato cans, but he iiHt
his fate when lie attempted to dig iit
the ads of Eastern le)Kirtnienx stores,
who offer inaehutes for f 1.1.! Li.!
When you're ready -to buy a uiaelnae
.drop in. We alwa s!hw you pleas
antly and you're uot lsm-d. i
F. A. WIGGINS.
307 Commercial Street
Two doors no.th of iny old stand,
ron't be misinformed. I have
no' old stock, nor do I need a
lfancli house to sell my goods.
C. G. GIVEN
THE CUT WORM PfST.
Suddcu 1 HsapiHa ranee of the Little
j farasMe Discovered Take ouj
j Wings and Fly Away
A ieiort comes from a farm Jive
Uiilus north of Salem that he "cut
worms" that have Ix-en infesting the
gsmleus and meadows fiave entirely
dsapiH;ared. In the garden frtrtn which
the reiort comes, tiiere, were thou
ands of tlie worms up to yestenlay,
when a careful examination failed. to
find a single one of the little pests.
They sisMii to have disappeared as-
mystertousty ami suuueiuy aiut uu
aanoun'eett. as tliey enme, and it may
be said that their going has yrodxieed
Tastly more -satisfaetiou tliau their
The ..following reiort from Oregu
City throws some light on the dlsap
pearanee of the iest, and a similar re
port was brought to this city by Y.
J Clarke -ditor of the Ger-ais Star,
last night, showing jhe "cut wonn" is
gradually 'turning Into a moth, taking
yn wings ,and flying away:
"A. Kaune. a farmer of Clackamas
prei ltM-t, was liere todny with a prac
tical demonstration that the army or
cutwomis now infesting the gardens
niel potato fields of (. laekanias county
Is a!Mut to take wings and tly away-.
Mr. Kanne brought in a trastelNjard
Nx filled whh spiierical cenienttsl
eartlnsi shells, containing the worm
from the time it begins. to double np
and envelop Itself with a dirt cover
ng until it reaclnnl the shell-covered
Ihm1.v and growing wings of the chry-
s:ilid sTate. Mr. Kanne says that he
Hnls tlKU:tnds of these little earthen
hall in 4 he dry dirt among his potato
vines, evidently formed by the wTorm
wheti it reaches a certaiu stage of de
velopment, landing its IhhI.v-almot
doidde. exudiug a viscid fluid as it
rolls in the dry dirt until it i ltons-d
witli a compact wvering of dirt, wliieii
forms a thlu. -hard shell.
TIIUEK FAST HEATS.
for-all trot for stallionn. tolay, C'rcw
uh won iu tlm stniiht lunit. maklnu
Ihrw of the fastest limits ever trottiMl
K(-aUUit I ira rlikti 1 n- tr-u uiw-.
mid. mihI Cliarlev Ilerr tliird. Time.
' ATE TOADSTOOLS.
C'ltieago. Aug. 2. Thre irersons are
dead in th home of J. A. Norris, near
Harvey. 111., and four others are ser
iously ill. the result of .eating.' toad
stool which they mistook fpf mush
rooms. ItECBlPTS FOU JFLY. Judge J.
J. Mtuihy, clerk of the Supreme court,
yesterday deiosited $12.1. 4l with the
State Treasurer. lM'ing the amount re
ceived for fees ill tlie Supreme Cotirt
during tlie uiouiii uf July. The foL
lowing minor order was yesterday
made by the court: Slate of Oregon,
respondent, vs. W. 1. HuiTuian, apisd
larit. appeal from Harney county; or
dntl mi motion of attorney general
that reMUident have until August 25th
to serve and ule a brief.
LIOHT SUMMKU I'liderwear
Mieap at the Xnv 'York Racket, Sum
mer ctats. crash suits, crash hats,
shirts and alt kinds tf jnmisrs, over
alls and gloves at lowest racket price's.
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FORTDUE FROM BELGIAN HARES.
Better than poultry,
Fine Backs, also Does bred and
Does and litters for. $20 00
" " " .... 18 0(1
" " " 1300
All fine Litters.
If you know a bargain in IW-Iginnn you
without waiting. ,
Write for prUt or enquire at Statesmmm
.. cf.'.'re. . ,
: 1 t. A. WELCH, SALE1. OREbOX.
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life of the Shah of Persia. Mnzafer rd
Din, was made this morning, but
luckily it resulted in no harm to His
Majesty." A man broke Ihrongh a line
of policemen as the Shah was leaving
his apartments and tried to mount tlie
royal carriage step. He was seized and
placed under arrest. He held a revol
ver in bis hand, but as soon as his in
tention was divined, the police disarm
ed h!m before he was able to lire.
At the police station, the ;nian ex
pressed regret that he had been unable
toVarry out his intentions. He said:
'This Is an affair between me and
my conscience." ' - : -
The Shah carried out his program
for a trip down the Seine to Versailles.
The would-be assossin declined abso
lutely to give Jiis name or nationality,
lie speaks but IMtle. and that with a
Southern accent.- "The police believe
him to be tin Italian. Tie is about 2fi
TI1E S1IAII WARXED.
l'aris, Ang. 2. Only live minutes be
fore th ptatol-wa 'presented at -hk
breast, the Shah of Persia was the re
cipient of a letter which warned him
thai his life was in danger. o ser-
tona thought, however, was given to
the contents, so" uimierons had been
former -warnings of tlie same charact
er. As he was seated In his landau
before leaving the court, of the iwilace.
uis secretary m-ought him a letter.
dated Na pies, but posted In Paris last
night, signed with a name beariug an
Italian termination. It said:
Today yoir shaU meet the same fae
In not wise disconcerted, the Shah
handed the letter to the officer on
guard, and save -orders for the car
riage to start. The gates of the palace
were thrown otien. and as tue mon
arch emerged a large crowd of cur
ious onlookers ' brUke into cries of
Vive le'Siiaa." Hardly had these ex-
ta mat Ions died away when a man.
dressed in the ordinary vlortiiug of a
'arib workman, darted forward from
Kjlweeu" two automobiles wliere he
was hidden and rushed toward the Im
perial carriage, overthrowing a bicycle
patrolman who rolled under tne reot
f the horses.
In an instant be was on the carriage
tcps. Holding the door with his left
iand. with his right lie' pushed a re
volver toward 1he breast or the SIiau.
le seemed to hesitate for a moment
s though undecided where to alin-
rhis hesitation savtnl the Versian
uonanh's life, for, before ne could
pull the trigger, a strong hand grasi-
d his wrist and wrencuea it so tuat
he weatsin droiiMHl harmlessly to the
bottom of the landau.
I would like to have a photograph
f the man." nonchalantly exclaimed
he Shah. Then, addressing a few
words in his native tongue to bis com
panions iu the carriage, he told the
coachman to drive on.
TTIS IDENTITY UNKNOWN.
IViri Vii" Tllin, In ventlcrrit Inns of
ffii iwHi-i li'ivi riot reMiilted In ailT
developments tending to establish . -the
Identity of the man who toaay at
tempted -to shoot th Sliali of IVrsio
W'lw.n tin, ,itH-l:i14 trlivt to lnterrosmte
the prhMiner, he maintained absolute
silem-e. lie struggled desieratciy to
avoid a picture- lsdng taken, and had
to lie IhhhkI hand and foot, and his
head held between the knees of the
photographers assistant. lle impres
sion is gaining that he is an Italian.
THE CZAR NEXT.
New" York, Aug. U. According to a
disintch from Home to the New York
Journal, Rressi. tlie assassin of Kin?
HumtMtrt. said to his warden today:
"It wIU be the Cscar's turn next.''
New York. Aug. 1L Several hundred
anarchist held a meeting at Paterson,
X. .1.. tonight, for the puriMtsc of dis
cussing the situation in Italy. There
were many Frenchmen, .'a number of
Spaniards and a few Austriaus in the
assemblage, wliich consisted for the
most part of; Italians.
ACT LIKE DEMOCRATS.
HITTER FACTIONAL FIOHT IN
Seattle Ses an Exciting Contest over
, tlie Control of the Kiijs
1 Ctwiuty Convention.
SEATTLE, WjihIl, Ang. 2.-Tlie Re
pu'dican couverrtion of King county,
called to uomlnate a county ticket aiid
indorse a ainlidate for Oovernor of
Washington, niet- at II o'clock this
morning. All day long; -the hall was
the scene of the wildest .confusion and
disorder evr , known In the i1 Mica 1
history of the coimty. The straggle
begau over the temporjiry s organiza
tion. The Cmmty committee otlic-rs
who were attached to the candid:y
of .Mayor Hmncs for 4 he ;ulernatiou
al .Indorsement, proclaimed rhe elec
tion of Frank 1. !wis, candidate of
the Hutnes-iinie forces, as teuiiwrary
chairmanalthough' Senator Frlnk's
sujiporrcrs claim. tbat ' tfie total vite
counted footed up 4lKt, whereas the
otllcial call shows that only 4.1(1 dole
gnies are in the convention.
When tho result was nnoo need the
r-ading clerk stated that S. II. Piles,
candidate of tlie Prink forces, had re
ceived 22SVa rotes, which the Frink
men claim is a majority of all th
legal rotes In the convention. In the
mi'Nt of great excitement and a fer
veirt protest of the Frink ma na gcrs.
Lewis took the chair, and thereafter
Silkolines, 36 in. Wide, Only 9c a Yard
The wind up of the millinery department. Any trimmed hat in the store
for 75c. Your choice 75c; hats worth 3.50, only 75c. Come and make your
selections. Positively closing out
V First doer south of Postoffice.
ruled against every attempt of th
Frink leaders to secure a recount.
During the afternoon two t appeals
-were taken from the ; decisions of
Chairman Ijewis, and inlboth the chah?
was revorseil,' the Frink forces rally
ing a majority of thirty-three against
the chairman's decisions. , V
A long and exciting debate followed
ami tlie. convention, about 550 ad-
journed nntil U o'clock tomorrow
morning, leaving the emotion of a re
count on the election of teun)ora'
I'liainiMii still unsettleL
THE DEMOCARTS WIN.
North Carolina Will Hereafter Dls-
franchise the Negro.
Raleigh. N. C, Aug. 2. After one of
the most bitterly contested campaigns
ever known in North Carolina, the
Oemocrats and white. supremacy
triumphed today by a majority of
alxrot 30.000. , Today's election dis
franchises the negro and changes the
state Legislature from its common
majority of Rerullicauand Popullsta
to straight Ueiiociwac. Insuring the
defeat of Marion Kwtler for er-elec-
tiou -us United States Senator. The
negroes as a general thing remained
away from the polls, though some of
the negroes voted for the amendment.
The amendment was opposed by the
fusion of Populists and Republicans,
headed by Senators Butler and
Spencer B. Adams, the Fusion nomi
nee for. (Sover nor, wax defeateil bv
Charles B. Aycock, the Democratic
nominee, and all other Hcmocratic can
didates were elected.
fl'C DemocraticjCamlidale Will Be His
Chicago. Aug. 2.-r-The Iteeord tomor-
row will ear: William Bryan, In a
large measure, will 1k his own csitii
luiigu manager this year. Bryan la not
dissatisfied with the way tlie campaign
has been run thus far, but be feela
that he has learned a gol deal of mil-
it lea since lie was a candidate before
ami wants to put it to practical use. '
SOME NEW BARGAINS
. We have tot slmwn a new list for a long time, -because we have
lieen ttx busy to at taml to changing this advertising, but we bave
Mome choice new takes now that we want you 4o look at , as fol-
71 Acres of gvssl land 2V'iniUs from Turner, all in cultivation, with
good house, bams ainl outluilldlngs; two orchards; gool wells,
feik-cs, etc-. Tlite place never olTcretl Iiefore for less than 2200.
ling time on half.
$7oo : ; . .
A baudsonie ifittage of sis rooms and basement: nice soutli front
lot, feints!: fruit, garden, flowers, etc., centrally located lu rcsi
deiHv iMirtioti. This is a sacriGce.
Five mil siuth of .Siijeni mi
lieaver dam laml: fine iNHise
well watered, with springs.
T1ree miles northward from
land, part IwWoui; all black
Close to farm hist alsve all
ground for all kinds of crop.
In fruit orchard H years old and
ltmtx ouuiui-aoi ui imun. -iiu mvuiii curai ami OU gOOU terms.
; Near West Sak-iu. :u good fiuit; will exchange for Salem town
Of finest of land close by fair grounds, good house, barn and out
building; good orelrard: plenty of berries and everything to make
a pleasant uud profitable home, '.
Will buy ten cres of land just
worth $3 wan acre in two years,
SALEn LAND OFFICE
Up Stairs inthei Statesman Building,
f All EMS
We have just received three crates
of cheap and good ware for harestlug,
also a lovely cheap line of glassware
and we au supply you with the best
grades of coffee and teas that can be
found in the city for as little money.
Our Baking Powder. Is beyond the
reach of .all others and it costs you
only 30c pier pound. .
Remember our coupons with every
YOKOHfTHA TEA STORE
249 Commercial Street
Phone 2411. black. Free Delivery
S. C STONE, M. D.
' Proprietor of
The stores, (two Iu numlier) are lo
cated at No. 235 and 3: Commercial
street, and are - well stocktsl with a
complete line of drugs and medieiues,
toilet articles, perfumery, brushes,
etc., etc., etc.
Has bad pome 25 years exiierieuce in
the practice -of medicine and now
makes no charge for consultation, ex
amination or prescription.
IcITersoii road: lias over ltxi acrcn of
and barn; 20 acres of gool ; timlicr;
An ideal farm and can be Ik; liought
Jefferson. In "Parrlsh's gap." Rolling
loam soiL Well watei-ed.
but 20 acres
in cultivation. Good
in goofl condlLiou: near McKlnner
outshle the city limit, that will bo
GOLD IS COMINO.
Sylney, N. S. W., Aug. 2. The steam
er Mariposa, which sailed today for
San Francisco, carried 350,oou Vterl
WANTED. Agent In Marlon count v.
ood wages. Iidy or geiitlem:iii.
Address E. E. Chipman. oiil Wiinli
iugtou Street, Portland, On'goii.
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BIDS FOR 8CPPUE8.
Bhls are invitl on nuppPes for, tlie
Oregon School 'for Deaf .Mules for four
-months, from Sept. 1st to Dec. 31,
11MKI. A list will be furnished upon
Will ft a nd for M.'ires i he coming sea
son at Corner of Ferry and Lilerl.v
streets. For Pedigree and particulars,
Dr. AI. Long
Yenteriuar.v SurgV-on. Salem. Or.
PROl'OSALS FOR WOOD.
Scaled proimsals will be recelvied at
tlie offic' of Comity Ju-lge for Marion
tonnty, Oregon, uutil 2 p. m.. August
0. UK hi, for del fv cry at the Court house
011 or before Sept end kt 1. ItHwi, of nil
or any part of 20 cords of ttr wood,
cut while green from old growth body
fir. wood to Ik? well seasoned, cut fru?n
timber, easily split. Also SO cords of
grub oak to be average size and 1 fcet
long. All wood Is to be closely cord
ed without bulkhead.. The right 13
reserved to reject nnv and all bids.
JOHN -II. SCOT',
Done at Saleui, Oregon, this .twen
tieth day of July. 1!hhi. d2t-sw tf.
Hewitt Pays the Freight
On all orders of $20 and upward,
within a radius of HKl miles of Port
laud. Railroad aud Logging Cauips
a Sisu'ialty. '
So. 183 Third Street, Portland. Or.
TOR SALE UK TRADE T"
HORSE (gentle, weight Ootl 'iMiundsi, .
HARNESS and BUOOY. Will take
cash, wood, sheep ' or other s4ock;
Value $Xi. Reason for selling: Out
of the city so much, have no time to
I SCOTT BOZORTIL Salem. Or.
Money to Loan
On improred farm .and dty property
t loweat current rates.
T. K. FORD,
Over Ladd & Buah'a bank. ;
WARRANTS WANTED Highest
premium paid for Marion and Polk
county warrants, at the ofllce of K.
ltreyman, with Boise & Barker. 2.70
Commercial -street, Salem. 7:l-dw
SHEEP ON SHARKS. I have about
l."s sheep to let out on the shares..
Enuis Walt, at Steusloff Bros.' meat
market, Salem. . 7Sl-2t.
THE PACIFIC ITOMESTEAD. Sa
lem. Oregon. Is OIVINtI A XKW
MUNSON TYPEWRITER, the En
cyclopaedia Brittanlea, valuable books,
a Oultar, Mandolin,1 etc.. to those who
will uend in a certain numlier of ul
scriptions. You simply send the re
quired number and GET THE PRES
ENT. This Is not open to regular
solicitors to whom a commission is
paid. 3Vrite for particulars and
copy of the paper. We will pay)
cash commission to those who will
devote their time to soliciting forthe
paper. Address ' ' '
' Salem, Oregon.
nnr. WllllamM Iadimn Pit?
W I II I-Pilei.ltbsortrthelomor,
iiuy tho itcnmr i
ltef. Dr. WiHlam-'Indf.oFileO'nt-
mat ianrenared for Pllend ItcB
in if of tho private parts. Ev.!'""
nmm.il ( tnirirlxf. bV Diall 0B 7i
eint nf nri- LA unl. and S 1 - (SI. WILLI"'-'
minvi nw -m w. - r
For sale by all druggists.