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VOL. 49. NO. 30.
SALEM, OREGON, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1900.
SECOND SECTION EIGHT PAGES
Of clothing ii now ready for your
values f r yon.- Don't buv a suit for
CiO Alir IlllA I 1 hnca
M & ! I IT
Shoes Rive the lest of satisfaction and ihe styles are right tip to date
Veicll more slioea than most shoe stores. There's a reason for it
Our sfot cash plan of business enables us to sell at smaller profits
than any store doing a credit business. You'll need a suit of warm
underwear fur these cool evenings. Best line in the city at
THE NEW YORK RACKET
Salem's Cheapest One Price Cash Store
I Choice of Any Tan Shoe (1 90
t. in tho tnro .
Ill UIU UlUllf v -A Pr
I-adies Iconic Heel Cloth Top; formerly $4.bo a pair.
J .a dies' i.ow Heel KM and Cloth To, former lice. 3.r.O a pair.
Men's Hiimanic St.no Shoe; also M. n s Cloth Tfp, former price. J4.00
Only a limited supply. Call while we have your size. The only
pl.n-e fur go.l shoes cheap.
ooyd SHOE STORE
94 STATE STREET
FINE JOB RRIISXING
300K WORK '
2 ft ft Commercial "Street,
tst and made large
...,r .t,.ro is
scheme and marked
Best Standard Calicoes
. - I 5c Yard.
Allen Trlnts -
Slnipsin"s I'rint - " . y
: American InUigoes i ,
Best Amqskeag Apron
Ginghams, 6c Yd.
Pest Costioelll Spo.d Silk lot Jrd
msoU '.h t for T eents
liest ltrgi Spool Twist 4 for 17h
Napped Back Vicugnas
I ".mvI unlit V. t ........ .. .. Sc
Medium oinflity . ....... . .
Heavy Cotton Blankets
! 58c Pair.
Hesi '.qiiaHties of Cottou Itatting at
lowest price -. , j a . ,
inspection. We have LeJrock
V J T
$2.10 A PAIR
Noyes iNorman Work
ing Shoe for Men.
Repairing Neatly Done
by Gus Kaiser.......
C. G. GIVEN
STATESMAN JOB OFFICE
GIVEN TO MAIL ORDERS AND
Our Price List
tv- fnllr Intended to inove int our line new store
T e U". ...... 1 ..
on that aceounr. im' spoons
not ready for ocenpney
and will not to
or!;r to tlisise Of the goo.ls we oae auopieo
d theui all Witlr reu ngures at greauy
We -have this year the very best
Jackets and Cape that science and
lalxjr can protluce fr tln price.
Rrowns., ... . '
Tans. . .4. ....
Our Special Line
lied., ltlack. . .
Castor. Tan. . .
V line of Capes ami Jackets,
chas.d eieclally for this Sale
They are stroupest values iu Oregon
Send In Your Mall
Diplomacy Is Dealing With the Mat
ter of Evacuating fella.
MORE HARMONY AMONG POWERS
Correspondents la tbe Orient Itsert
That China la to Be Diaeinbered
. ty Germany and Russia.
WASHINGTON. Sept. 13. The crisis
tliat was near at hand yesterday over
the evacuation proposal of th? Hus
fhiii I overuttieut, has leeu averlejil.
for a time at least, auJ -the diplomatic
side of the matter luis again lieeome
tlie object of attention. The ofder to
General Chaffee to leave. ' a-t ouci,
w hich was expected in some quarters,
did not issue today, instead earnest X-
forts are making; to arrange' prelimiite
arie for negotiations . which are e
iwehil tinally to settle 4 he Chine
troubles. I.1 Hung Chans: inesssig
ttMlay removed. iM-rlia1, the latol
Macle to a sjMfily lie ginning of these
iK'otialioiis. and the only doubt that,
now exists is as to his ability to re
dH'in his i1h1i' to prnttH-t ,-Aiueriean
interests and stop 'outraK on mis
sionaries and native onverts. If he
can do this, and thus manifest tlx-ixistiu-'
of a de facta (SovermiM'itt.
I hero is no reason to doubt that the
negotiations will le iuiinetliately in
order. The notice, that the Itussi.in
ti'oops will not evacuate I'ektu until
soiee ai raiipeuieiits have I wen made
for the installation cf a Covernmeiit
to take charge of affairs. Is .directly in
line with the aim the State Ieiirl--HK'iit
lias beii lmrsitinsr in the .ex
changes with I.i I Iiinyr 'han?r. and If
this decision is adhered to. it certain
ly will facilitate the ultimate . with
drawal of jall;roivivtti troop
TO PROTECT AMEHICAXS.
Wasliin.tbn. Spt. IS. Minister Wu
has receiviNl a telegram from I.i Htuhz
t'liati ansyveriji: tlie. hope expressed!
in the American note of a few days
auo that Ills powers are suttieient to
pioteet American lives and interests
in China. Karl Ki says he has 4 ha I
power and will sic that the protection
wants i:ai:k i.i. v
I'ekin. Sept. i:!.-I'iince filing.' tliit
ing tin course of interviews with th
Ministers yesterday. Informal thenl
t hat while lie has Mwer o negotiate
he cannot act without- Ki Hung Cliaug.
An t:rgeut reities; has Jieeii tc'i-grapli-ed
I.i lleng-Chang; asking tint !--ial
to come to I'ekiii. Manptis Tsiaug
Mates- that notliing can be d ne until
the arrival of the Imperor.
TO IHVII'K CHINA.
1 on. loii. Spt. I I. No futilii r J'tght
is 1 lit own. this niorniug. upon Ki Hung
Chang's movements. The Tiniex has
a dispatch from IVkin. dated Septeiu
lier ttli. .which says in part:
Russia lias lH-itiNl to withdira-w-her
legation from I'ekin. leaving a
purely '.military command. The bttic
i:il annoum'ctneut of tliis is cx-tecled
today. Other pjtvvers will also pre
sumably ' withdraw thHr Kegatious.
leaving Feki'i under the military ni-
hams, 6c Yd.
t t ..1 I
nave arnviNi ami
until January 1st.
me re-iaii 1 rice
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This seasons prHlucfs In all j wool
business and working suits, excep
S7.50 a Suit
Xavy Blue Serges. Black. Clay
Worsted. Fancy Caasimere. Tricots,
Special Offerings at
$10 a Suit
Men's Black Fedoras
Mn Pound Top iu Tans.
Tire Famous tJorden Hat. .
Special lines .MK and up.
Work Shirts ... ...
A SiH'dal Une of ravfl worth $IM,
f lo, ?1.U0., Fperial .
trol of tbe allies during the winter at
letKt. . . ; !
r4n th lst iuforinetl ipurters the
vpiulou is expressed that ltussia aud i
eruiauy are a tiun iu aeevrd. Itussia
Wekln a th-tlutte annexation- of all
territory west of the jireat . walL and
Crerunuy the annexation of Shau
Tuu. Klaujr Su ihI the Yaua; Tse
pi-uviuee. The disiueiidtermeut of
Cliina seems almost inevitable.
i The Shanghai on rsMtnd-uj of the
Times., wiring Wdnes.lay. coutirms
the rejuirts vf an uueasy feeling there
bnceruins: Cermauy's intentions to
waril the Van j: Tse provinces.
The jt. l' t-rsltiirs corvspndeut of
the Times says he is in a Misition to
a'srert--positively that the Uusslan
thHps iu Manchuria are preparing
for a winter enmpnisfn.
i Shanghai. Tuesday. Sept. 11. From
nl reliable source it is as-ertainef th:t
Im Kmpress lowaer. Kmperor
Kwantf Hsu and Criuce Tnan are at
T.1 Ttiti.', In the province of ShauR Si.
where they will remain for a short
time, after whivh. if not disturlM.!.
they will proceed southward to ,Tai
A' nan in the same province.
COXKKSSEI TTIK- Ml'ItPKli.
I'ekin. Sept. o.-rThe Jatanese have
arrested the assassin of Baron yon
Ki-titeler. the late Cermatr Minister to
Chitui. The assassin, who has Ihm-ii
Itandenl over to tlie t'erma ns by the
jlapaiiiese. has confessed his jrtiilt. lie
jwas 'arrelel for trying to sell to a
Ja-iiu'se ollli-er a watch with initials
'which he admitted taking from the
IhmI.v if Itaroii von Kotteler. lie after
wards admitted the crime, saying that
the 1 wiM-ri:i 1 Government orderel the
coniiiiissioii if the crime.
KASK A X I IHSKASK.
A Siurt Lesson on the Meaning of
IHsease is tlie op-Misite of ease.
Webster detiues lisease as "lack of
case. lilieasiuess. trouble. . Vexatiou.
'isjuiet.'" It is a condition due to
some derangement of the physical or
ganism. A vast majority of the "dis
ease" from .which' people suffer 'Is duo
(: impure blood. IMsease of this kind
is cured b"Hood"s Sarsaparilla which
( purities, enriches and vitalizes the
i blood. Hood's Sarsatiai ilia cures
scrofula, salt rheum, pimples and all
ci options. It tones tlie stomach and
t-ieaic . .tr good appetite, and if gives
vigor ami vitality to the whole lxxly.
It reverse the .condition of things,
giving health. -oiufrt 'and "ease" iu
place of "disease."
JIOMKKKSS AXI HFXOKY.
Ilo.rs.toii. Tex.. Sept. 13. Iloiton is
prt-n- the haven of the unfortunate peo
ple (f t'Jalveston. Trains have already
brought in b"tweon.SMl ami limit tf the
survivors, and a ni4tley crowd they
are. . Men 4tareheaded. harefooted. hat-
Pless anl "atleiM. with 11 welted feet and
bruised and blackened bodies , uud
heads were numerous. Vctuen of
wi-alth attd refinement, frequently hat
li ss and shoeless, with gowns iu ahrwl
were among tlie refugees. Sometimes
t here would ibe a Uiau. wife and a child
or -two. but these cases were rare,
nearly all of those who came in havL
ing suffered the loss of one or more
nieuilM-rs of their family.
Never were there so many Bad hearts.
Men lx?reft of their wirves and children:
women who were widowed: children
wIdo were pa rentiers - it was enough
to touch the heart of any one. and it
dil so. Never was there more hero
isln shown. Although a week agi
thcjse ieople had happy honied, they am
now homeless and NnulleM. 1 trey
lMre ui lravely. True they all wore
sad expressions, but there was no
wliimieriiig. bo complaining. They
were all made to feel that HoiiMon Is
now their home. that, they are wel
come, and that everv4hing for their
comfort and welfare is "elng, done
Tli ev are Ix'ing. hottsl ami TwI. and
tltose iu need of medical attention an
jlacc4l ih .the hospitals. Where they re
cetve- every care. 1
'Many of the refugi-es to reach Hous
ton have tasteil little or uo food ainco
THE COAL MINERS STRIKE.
KOW WACES 'AlSE THK " PENN
Some of the Causes of IHssatlsfaction
Set Out by President Mitchell In
INPIANAPOKIS, Ind.. Sept. 13.
President John Mitchell, of the United
Mine Workers of America, has Issued
to the public! a statement giving the
causes that .have lead up to the strike
in the anthracite fields. Among other
thlnirs the statement says that the av
erage wag of the anthracite miner.
for many years, have 1een less than
f.J."iO annually. Iuring that period .the
cost of man v necessaries of life have
len increaseil -over 'JO twr-cent. Tl
Increase in the coat of livlnjt wlthottt
crresnonHug increas in wage, is
etpiivaletit to a retlwtioa wages.
The laws of the state of IVnnsyl
van la, make 2.4s pouml a ton or an
thracite coal, yet the anthracite coal
miners are -omtelled to tnlw from
2 7m' to 4.m iKtnnds for ft ton. and
re docked exorbitant amounts for
auy impurities sent out iu the coaL
Where paid br tbe car. they have te'n
comiwlled t increase the amount of
ttial In each car ly bnilding the name
Dernciulicularlr from Ms teen 4 o eigh
teeu incbe alwve the eIge. They are
eonuielled to purchase p.wiler from
their employers, paying $2.73 per keg
for powder ; 1 hat can tte parcUased
elsewhere for flM per keg.
Its M Yn Ism Vxm totft.
A HORROR IN CALVES
Is Left of the
Dead ft dies Floating Aabure Create a Xew Terror-Effort Made to Kebab
. llitite the City-Work of Relief Coutlnufs, and Efforts Made to
Open Trantportatlon Lines.
" I'AI.KAS. Tex.. Sept. 13. The cry Mil! '.come' from CalvoMoik for C
I'AI.KAS. Tex.. Sept. 13. The
lisiufei-tauts. It is the one hoM of Bavin;; what Is left of the popula-.:
tion. relesrtains are pouring Into every Texas city, asWin: for lime, J
carUdh- acid and anything that -will operate to purify the air. ' ; J
A new Iwit ror Is iufrtutlug Salvestoit - a sMt'ul illspositl4iu ' of 5,
ij many tf t tie dead. I todies, thrown Into the tert. afre tloaliuv: Iwrk to
Jj the city; They must Uow be disosed of by lturuim;. lisinfetanls 3j
liecatue more neetlful as a conseAiuence tf this new feature iu the Ml- JS
i ration. f j' J
t.'AKVKSTOX. Tex., Spt. 13. Cal
vc.fon is beginning slowly to recover
from the stunning blow of last week,
and though the city apMars tonight
pitifully desolate, tin authorities iiiy
M-tliiig their forces to work, and; a
start has leeu made toward a--, re
sumption of business 011 a moderate
sc:'Iv'. ' i
Tl. preseme of the troops has had
WucticiaT effect upon tlie criminal
lasses, and the fear of a reign of an
archy no longer exists. Ihe further
the ruins are ln iti'to tin greater te-
uies the increase in the list of those
who perished- '
On the lower beach, yesterday; a
'arching party found a score j of
orpses within a sinan area, going 10
show that the bulk of tlie debrts tnat
lies across the island conceals many
more lwMlies tlmn have Iwen account-
d for. Here ami there business then
have already put men. to 'Work to re
pair the damage, but in the maiu rthe
ommercial lifter! seem nnaitle; to
follow the lead of those -.who show
faith in the rapid rehabilitation of lhe
sland city. .
It Is dirtlcult to saj-. as yet. what the
ultimate effect of the disaster Is t lie
on the city, .wauy jwopie nae pen.
1 ml some may never ret urn. The, cx-
lerience of others still here were o
frightful .that- all will not remain if
thev can find occupation in other
The bulk of the population, liow
ver, is only temiMirarily panle-striek-n.
and there are . mists who helpd to
make Calvestou prosjw'rou who lou
tipou the catastrojthe as involving
onlv a teiniMirary haltin the advance
ment of the city.. - ';
iuoug the worst sufferers by the
illsaspT Were the chiH'hes. 401110 itf
tliem are entirely wreck e I lieyond re
The work iif n-lief continues. Miiy-
or .(ones ami associates are iKuiiug
very . nerve to open a direct liiie of
tin importation with llusnn. M by
which: they may promptly receive a
great quantity of provision now on
tlie way to the city.
. WHOLE FAMILY DEAD.
La Junta. Colo., , Sept. 13. C.
Sea ley. a' young 'man of !alv.eton.
Texas, who is in this city; ha receiv
ed a telegram fronrf the Mayor of Cal-
teston. lnforniing him f the death of
lwenty-tiiH of .his rela tires, among
wttom are his jnotlier, two sister ami
Hire' brother. He said tnlay that
he did not iH-licve. he had a relative
left on earth.
STATIONS WRECK ED. ;
Washington, Sept. 13. The keeper
ami five of the crew of the Calvestoti
life-saving station have lauded at
Texas 'City. tline surf-man arid the
keeir s wife Hfe missing. The keep
er of tin San Luis station, wife and
children, and two surf-men. have ar
rived ttt tJalvesroti and rcMrt the sta
Hon r"'KiHl. Four surftuen were
the wrecked building.
FROM PARIS, j
13. At a meeting here
the Americans raised; no.issi
f i a lies!
in fifteen ininiite.. for the f Jal
snfferer. Tlie French pajs-rs
also oiened ttuliKcript ion .lists,
NEW YORK SENDS AID.
York. Sept. 13. The siibscriie
n this clti. to date, for the re-
f ions I
lief of Calvestoti sufferers, totals over'
ago. Sept. 13. Over w0 has
Went .front here to the lialveston
suffeijers, lMides a traluload of sup
The Atchison. To-ka & Saute
Fe Itiillway ent a cheek for ir,sN.
FROM KANSAS CITY.
Kansas City. Mo., Kept. l-'Phla city
has sent P.os ami a large amount
of supplies fo the Texas sufferer
Next! Sumlar a Mjeclal llectlon for
viifTerers wilt 1m -made 4v Ihe Snlva
tion Arnir all over the Culted Stated.
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FROM THE COAST. ri
San Francisco. Sept. 13.-4Jver XiMW
ha Iw-en subHcribed for the Calrestou
relief fund. ! J -
Mckinley in canton.
Canton. O.. Sept. 13. President and
Mrs. MeKJnley arrived In Canton thl
Needed to Save What
cry Mil! '.come from CalvoMoik for
Apect- to re ma Iji herw
, ... f, ' ' .
Pekin, Sept. .". via Taktt. Sept. 10.
A' troop of American i-avalry, sent to
sif-t as a convoy for cattle. surprfd
:um iiii'terlalisl quarter's! at the Tem
ple Shalto. Tl.ey killiil :ui and capl"ur
ed l- rifles. The .enemy tie I north
ward. Boxers recently attacked two
companies of Uusslan" who., were
guarding a railway working party at
tin South Maapo st.it: Ion. lteinfrce
menfs succetlel In disHrsiug. the at
tacking party. Two of the Kusslan-t
were wounded. A litis was not the
first M(:tsioii when attacks of thifl,
liiilure have Occurred, a punitive forc
under Colonel Pretiekoff was sent with
'order to 'burix the surrounding towns.
Cliicago, 'Sept. 13. The: anthraeito
coal miners' Mrike was the ubjct of
iwrlous consideration at the Republican
National twadquanler loIay. Sena
tor Hanna aiid Vlce Chairman .'Pay in
held a long conference with the resi
dent tnemlM-rs of the advisory commit
tee, a to tlie lost steps to take; that
a Klil IcaT color be nl gl Veu the In
dustrial difjiculty In 'Pennsylvania.
San ' Frani'lsCo. Sept. 13. PoMotllce
Inpectors M. II. Fllut and II. B. Hall
have returned from Honolulu, when
they" have been for the paat three
months organizing a ioiotlice system
throughout tlie Islands. They estab
lished 81 offices, and the profit a for
two months ami 17 day were Jfl7,"Hi0.
To accoinnuMlate those Who are par
tial to. the- use Yr H'lomlwr In apjily
Ing liquids Into the nasal passages for
catarrhal trouble; the proprietor pre
pare Ely's Liquid Cream Balm. Price
including the spraying tube is .
cents. Druggist or by mall. I he li
quid elillMMllc tlie liiedlcllial proper-
th of the nolhl prejMiral Ion. - cream
Pal ih Is uulcklv absorlMd !) the
membrane and does not dry up the;
secretion but change them to a nat
ural and healthy ''character, Ely Broth-
ets. .! Warren m., i.
Truth Is tis itnMsslbIe to be.Holledi
by- nil v. outward touch a the aim-
I wa in.--Milt on.
d by BEE-
JUST COME AND SEE
"LORD LURGAN 2d " I
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Score Q4 3-4, By Qore
Sertlce Fee S3.
Mrs. Bush, the noted Judge, says h
will sHu core more than 03 Kluts. j
Does and litters cheap. Does 'bred
and unbred. Plenty of youngsters
ready to( sell In pairs, or alugly. j
JIve the boys ami girls a chance to
make easy money by raising them.
Will exhibit Hmres at tbo State fair,
'.':- i See Them.
Marion Square Rabbitry
" I , A. WELCH, Prop.
391 Commercial St., Salem, Or
B I Pedigreed
- "j ' ' ';. Hares
i 4 $50