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Vc Have Too r.Iany Silver Plated Knives and forhsl
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to carry over IheHuminer season, bo we have concluded to reduce the stock by
making an extra low price 011 them. .:."" -
We are selling "1835 Ii. WauacV and '-1S47 Roger Bros." triple plated
knives And forks at 13.85 tier dozen.' - "''...-
This Is an opportunity vou will do wdl in W.k I ntn ftila tirte will rmlv i
Sedewick Post No. 10, G.A.R.
last this month, next month It will Le $4.50 again. ! ' ' '""'
PRDsiDEHT.pALfiA's tour EDITORIALS OF : $2.50 SENT FREE.
THE FIRST CHIEF EXECUTIVE
.CUBA GREETED BY THE
Barr's -Jewelry Store
terser State and liberty Streets.
leaders In Low Prices
Makes Its .Arrange
- STEINER'S, MARKET.
Chickens 1 centi per pound. ;
ftpring chicken 12', i to I3c
Egg 13c cash. -' i . "
PORTLAND. Ore.. May 8. Wheat
WaHa Walla, Gc; iiluestem, 7r.
Taeoma, Wash., May , 8 Wheat
BHiestem. 6c; Club, 63140.
San Francisco, May 8. Wheat Cash
I J verpool. May
8 Wheat Q filet
Chicago, May ft Wheat July; open
-ing, ttVVjc; dosing. 4-'c. Barley
.-. 0ev Flax, -81..64; Northwestern-,
THE MARKETS. '
. Ths looal market quotations yester
' d.iy were as follows; i ' t iJ
Wheal T.l rents. -. . i r . ' I. f J- j .
Oat Nominal at $1.03 per ;VhtaL, '
Hay Cheat,! J8; clover, $6 $7; tim
et sy. 9fl0; wheat, SS. ; r
r jour to: h5c per sack; $2:C0 to.
f 1 rr barrel.! ?
Mill Feed Bran, tlS.50; hort. J20.S0;
Butter iztlse per lb (buying);
ercanvry, 17 '4 c.
Eggs I2c cath. j r
I'hlck'm' If cents per pound, '
', Kprlng 7-hlrkens-T-T2,S tlo 15c.
J'ork ;roj 5S'4c; dressed, C5
. C4 cents.1 . t " ' .
iUft .Steer:. I 3&VAc; cowd, 3U:C:
good heifers. 4. , j I
Mutton Sheep.' 4'io, on! foot.
Veal (frc,' dressed. ; ' -
Potato! 6563c per bushel.
Wool YXU M.
- MohuJr-j2lffC2c la offered.!
BENSON At the SaUm Hospital. Say
lem. Oregon, Thursday; May 8. 190
ax . 4 o' cluck p. m... Charle Jiemzm,
ag.-i 82 yearj, of Innrmatlea attend
Ing old age.- " x , w : :
Deceased -waa an, early Oregon lo
neers having migrate J to thi country
from Missouri. hl- native stat, early
in the 'V taking- tip a atmattoh land
claim in the hills near Sublimity upon
which he haa lived ever alnoe; Three
children eurv-i've hin two of which a.rej
daughtfra, one married and- residing
In Eastern Washington,' and the other
daughter and the on, Henry Benaon,
rid at the ofci home near Sublimity.
Hi a wife- died : aereral year ago.
"Uncle arley" Benon, as, , he was
familiarly called, u known by all
the early ttttlera as a. eturd. , honest
Od eoul, a raighry hunter In his younger
uVaya, a good neighbor" and true
friend, and his deme though expeet-
ted, will be mourned by many hun
dred who knew him in life.
COMMITTEES HAVE 1 BEEN AP
POINTED TOPREPARE FOR THE
f DAY-I-OTIIER FlfiATERXAL AND
PATRIOTIC ORDERS INVITED TO
PARTICIPATE IN , THE DAY'S
EXERCISES. - ". . . ' '
elect Palma, who has just arrivetl here.1 A LOITeSpOIlUeilt DlSCtlSSeS
says a Santa Clara,vCuba dispatcb. to
The World, found the people from the
whole surrounding- country, partly
drawn by the exhibition of Island pro
ducts being held here, gathered, to give
him greeting. " The narrow street of
the town waa packed. ; The horses
drawing Senor Pal ma's carriage took
fright at some flreworba, bolted and
ran : over two spectators, before they
w.w stopped. General Palma was not
He reviewed. In the evening a par
ade of the police, after -which he at
tended a public banquet and recepliion
In his honor and a ball at the Aheater.
the Public Schools
Tfce Well Known Specialist. fCANkli
I MflFC It t n ...... 111
.., ni. u, iu i mil sentf
" Treatnm Tree to 02f r
.! i Readers. :
AND SUGCESTS THAT THEIR
STANDARD SHOUBD BE uXlSTO
ABOVE WHAT It IS NOW HE
AU:GES TIIERB ARE SOMB pE-
FECTS. . j:;
full of them." said Mrs. Torr.as Estra
da Palma. the "first lady of Cuba. whe
E.. M. CroJsan was in Portland on
lUKlhesH yesterday, :' j
W. H. Dancy .was a business vis
itor to Portland' yesterday.
BUFOUff. GUTHRIE .& GO."
Buyers and Shippers of
nop Grew- Supplies
TURNERS : MACTdDAY.
PIpVTUM. J ; -BIXKS.
HHAW ' ; SALEM.
UFGKS. OF "XtOYAIr FIllJR.
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J. G. GRAHAM,
507 Commercial St., Salem.
Mrs. jT. Downing came up from a
visit toMortland laafnlght. . : ,
Ceo. Cd WIH went to Hubbard yester
day afternoon on business, j ) j
A J W: Giesy returned from a business
tifj. 'to Portland last evening. :.; i
' lion. F. I. Dunbar went to Portland
n business yesterday afternoonl
K. L. twarts and son,. S, Swart, re-
urnd from Portla,nd laijt, night. "
Mr; and Mrs. M, J. gpaniol went to
Portland on a visit yesterday afternoon.
Money to Loan
On Improved farm and city property
lowest ra'ea. , .
i THOMAS K. FORD.
Over Ladd A Bush's Bank.
i Salem. Or?gon. . .
AT CURRENT RATE.
tit Commerdil Street. Salem, Or.
im iiKS-McCORKLE At the home of
ine Drirta parents, Mr. and Mrs. J.
ii. ait cork Its. KU vert on. Or.. Wed nets
1 ' "Xf.t.. t I A i n - . . 1
..... , !, at s ocio-k-p. rh..
i uw teniptnince E. McCorkle to Mr.
V Ie. .1.1- III he, Justice of the Peace
R. t. Riimaay officiating. r
. Miss Edna Pritej returned last even
ing from a visit to relatives In Port
land..' f ' : j ' I
II. Uartndrick. of Portland, was I
the city yesterday and went to Turn
r last evening., " '
I -Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Guiss of Wood
burn are in the city for a few days vis
its to Ei Cooke iPatton. s r
Mrs. W, C. Knighton, of Portland. Is
v .-siting, at ; the home of her mother.
Mrs. E. E. Waters in this city.
Joseph Irvin returned to his home In
Portland, yesterday from a visit to his
daughter, Mrs. Let? Powers, in this city
Mrs. J. II. Cavanagh, little daughter
.Nancy Derry CaVanagh. ; and Miss
Nina McNary are visiting with; rela
tives in Silyerton for a few; days.; ,
Mrs. A. Carter, of Gold Hill, and
s;su-r. Miss Genevieve Hughes, of this
city, returned last evening from u visit
w, ronurni Xrlenus and reiatlvea.
anpi airs. Joseph Carter, of
Gtielh, Canada, are, in Salem, the
guests of Mr. and Mrs.-E. S. LamiMrt,
Mr., Carter and Mrs. Lamport are eou-
si ntf. j "I " . ; ' j
- w.jii. iiakett. formerly a photog-
j, io- in rtufjn, is visiting here. For
the it st lour years he, has been in the
sjmeMine of business In Ifc-rkeiey. Cal..
wit has. lately sold out therj. . "
Mrsl Perren B Whitman, of Lewis
ton, Idaho, arrived yesterday; to spend
a tw weeks vlsitimr her nistHr. Mr.
J. B. Cornelius.- ; Mj- vv r m. in. i. tt..
wife of Ir. Marcus VVhitruaii's Jiephew.
Mrs. S. L. Brooka stoppW off In this
city yesterday for a brief (visit to Mrs.
K- K Pent land and -departed for her
home In The Dalles on -the nfternoon
Dr. C. II. JIall, who has been conttn-
ejil at the Salem hospital for several
weeks pastv with a bowel' disorder. is
Improving njiwdlly and was tvble to
ppnd the day at home yesterday.
Frank Homian, of Geiser, arrived on
the oVerland last night to visit with his
piirents and relatives- nnd to look al
ter the health of hia llttl dausrhter
Helene. who is suffering from an at-t.n-k
of pneumonia, but is reported as
improving. ; ; . h
J - , - ..... ,,v . i w 1 1 x uiiri, Ul
Mhe Salem Indian Training School, de
parted last j nlht for Round
Valley. California.-! with t . four
students whom he is nceomDanv-
lng home, and expects? .to. feturn with
several more. I
A. -W. Stowell and family' until re
ceritly residents of Vancouver. WastL
have, moved to this city, and are pleas
antly located In the house on the
southeast corner of Hth f and State
streets. Mr. Stowell is a son-in-law of
General W. lL Odeli. and before mov
ing, to Vancouver, resided In Portland.
five children will accompany her to Cu
.- VT t T T. I . .f.r .w . .....
..j.t.n.-jr.ijr.L.i At tne home of
" rannts. Mr. and Mra;
l G. W, IstieU, Fair Ground. Ore
gon, Tuesday. May 6. 190 1 pj
."., aiiKi jijuura fcjsiene ,' isoell, to
. Mr. Albert Frry Waller, j Rev. 1
, knight. .; ; ; : ii -;
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, ht iwrmr oinne isoeit home was
neautiruiiy decorated for the ocaion,
with ivy evergreen nd ppleblo?.
aonvs ant the dimmr room in ferns
antf bluesy making the wholes home a
-iiung or beauty. The bridal counle
a too,! nnmlh.a; beautiful bowr
tunl pilxbIo,ms when th
wants ' were spoken that made!
husband hd wife. Only t he immediate
- relativea -and friends of: the hSppy
r couple were pr.eeent to witness the in
teresting evem. ' Following the Impres
aive ceremonyj dathty refreshments
esalnr ceremony, dainty refreshment"
wene er-ed. after "which the bridal
wuple waa Hnveyed,t the aftenvj.n
,-, overtand. going to Portland for a 'ew
days atay. Cn their return they will
be at home H their. frieJ at N. 149
VTnloh. 4?areet. -j'-" -. i: :- . .--.-- .
The-bride Is th acviTmpIishe-l duugh
tsr of iir. iu) Mm. G. . W, Jsbell. r
alding near hi Fair Grounds,; and is
. a twt p.puUf young lady, eountintr
her f rwiuia by,the hunIredJ; the groom
la a well known rcridertt of tfalenu jlle
Is nh employe of. the Oregon Telephone
Telegraph .Companj-. 'and ?:anJ
high In theieteem of the management
of a he company.. j
Sedgwick Post, No. 10, O. A. R of
thla city. In accordance with a fcime-
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honored custom, and In memory of the
deceased veterans: who bought for the
flag of their1, country, ia making act
ive preparations to fittingly , observe
Memorial Day, Friday. May 30th. With
this" in view-, the Post has appointed
a general committee on arrangements,,!
consisting of Hl. Brown, Dr. T. C.
Smith, James Eatchelor, James Fisher
and A. F McAtee. This committee will
have full charge of all arrangements,
With power to appoint all sub-commlt-
tee.. . V .' V J, ' ' ' ' '. .
The general committee at. a special
meeting held has- taken the first steps
toward' arranging, for the day's' exer
cises, by appointing'a number of sub
commtttees, and these will iat once get
to work and -omplete all needed ar
rangements. The committees are: -r-Committee
on P;nanee: Capt. J. Q.
Barnes, J. L Stockton, F. B. South-
witk.. - -.. - - ' " . .
Committee on Hall and' Speaker:
Earl Race, General W. II. Byars. L. D.
Committee oil Deoratinr Itnll H I
Brown, k. K. Hall, and Ladies of the
W. P C. i
Committee on Decorating Graves:
James Batch'elor, J. E..' Ross, J. If.
Smith. '" J ..' r
.'Committee on Program: Rev. T.Hen
derson, E. K: Hall, A. F. McAtee, and
a committee from the W. R. C.
Marshalsfof the Day: J. L. Stockton,
T. V. Potter. , -
Invitations to assist in the exercises
ofi the day will be extended to all the
fraternal orders. of the city, and places
will be assigned to all who participate,
In the procession and at the cemetery
during. the exercises; Invitation. will
also bev extended to the Union Veter
ans Union, the Spanish-American War
Veterans, the Oregon National Guard,
arid the Chemrewa Indian Training
School, and these organizations it is
hoped will appear, each in a bod v. nnd
all under their proper officers, and par- I TH"E TWO; , HAD NOT BEEN ON
(The Stateman IS pleased to print
Upon topics of areneraJ intereitt
rvirs. Ka.ma Mappy.r- - Iat any time.- TheA
ttJ YORK. May 8. I leave maiiT anv itmit- a k. . .
. . f ..-. v,..,vi, . a so io t vou n cry inia,ui
a of general
It i asked only that cor res
starts today on the Steamship Havana I and use care that nothing be written
tor tne new republic. "I was not born I of a tKrt.io i,-. ,......,.J...
a Cuban.. I have nvr n "I - i . . i
1 " v-v.. .u v. UU. t . I . . . . V
ahe added, '-but I know what my hus- ,.
band has felt, has hoped all these years I Edlto" Statesman:
ui ue mi me w go mere as the! Tne school year is drawl rrg rapidly
ivwucui, jic ncuiiBaymg. i am surelvl tn r. .. .. . : i , .:.- ...
dreaming." ; - J v,v""r " r (wi ooaruj w in
Madame Palma'a home here has been I 84,0,1 ...""ronii With the pleasant
In Central Valley. N. Y where her I and Yery interesting task of aelectinir
nusoand for many years conducted a I teachers for tnr,n!&- v'ae-'" rm
school. Her eldest soh. Jose, remains J those who have kept sojnewhat Inform
at Columbia University. Her other ed as to the general condition of the
scnooia of this citjv It is learned that
wMrre jiu -not pe , mucit occasion to
make imanv' If anv. lihmma ir. y,
rs.:-Palma Sails. j j cori of grade teachersJ
JEW YORK. May 8. Mrs. Tomaa I 14 readily admitted by alt who an
J:.strada alma, th wife of the Presi- ' acquainted" with. . existing conditions,
dene-elfct of the Cuban Republic, sail- that the Saltm schcjols are not up to
ed for Havana today on the steamei: high standard that should prevail
Havana. J x ,:.-.. In the Capital rltM. It-la claimed by aomo
that the school! are oh a stand-still,
that they are not advancing like manv
otners. and smaller chokis In the Stole,
ti is also claimed tha
Paul J. Fordx the Novelist.
Shot at His Home
IN NEW, Y011K YESTERDAY
Suiciae of the Murderer Fol-
V lowed His Awful
ticipate In the day's exercises, j
The beautiful custom of observing
one day in the year as a memorial day,
at which time the graves of deceased
veterans are decorated with, earth's
choicest llowers, whilt beautiful and
Imprc-ssre service are held in memory
ot the raXion s defenders who. h;ive
passed awaV is a truly American cus
tom. But thKoId veterans jof 1861 to
1S63, who tookhe brunt ofi the fight-
ing, are getiingiess, from ! year . to
year, and those sttM remainins are all
GOOD TERMS FOR YEARS AHA
jvr.it f.lTV MAN AliltESTED FOR
PERJURY IN MANNY HOWARD
CASK-KT, LOUIS A ITER Till
BEEF TRUST. ; V
. rx i". w iukk, May 8. Paul Loice-
tcjr Ford, the novelist, was jhot and
kiilcMl today, by! his brother, Malcolm
Webster Ford, a writer and athlete
showing the frostsof many wint'ersj who immediately sent-a bullet. into his
in their hair; the tlmls not far dis
tant tvhenf these, old yeticans, who are
still hereiwlll "be' compeiWd; to relin
quish the, work of performTEg the it-
nces for their own honored ifcnd loved
dead to younger hands. ThereVhould
men be an organization to take 1m this
work, and tht invitrition extendedv to
the veterans of the Spanish-Americ
war would seem to solve the question
as to what hands the work should be
onilded to. For this reason, among
others, it is very much dpulmt thu
the; veterans of the war with Spain Un.t nn ,..,
n....u,., iuhi ouv in a. iwu v. ami escort i &f .,i.iit. .. c wrt .
ot-jOKitr veterans on uemoria Day. t.r.st!.wi
n . . I . . . . r : , . I ' 4 . . - . I
iwiutiinuc in me exercises,, ror m I novels
cirne 10 come tney themselves will be
tinn oreast, cfying- instantij-. The
fljooting occurrd at the home of Paul
IHecKter Ford. i f "
l'olice Caxdain Brown siid tonight
that Malcolm; Ford had i"or some tlrno
ms43 causing uneasiness io the family,
through evidences of an unbalannrd
mind, and in his opinion killed bi.v bio-
r during a period of temporary in-
fcaVity. "' " , - !...
Paul Leicester Ford was! 37 years old.
IT . 11' ....
Ijelng hlsf most popul
i' Keep tha Balance Up. ,
It has been truthfully said th.it nnv
disturbance of the even bal-ance of
health causes serious trouble. Nobodv
can. be too careful td- keep this balance
up. nen people begin to loe nnne
tlte,i or to. get tired easily, the '.least
mpruience brings h sickness, weak
ness, or debility. Tha SVSIftrri nM.
Ionic, craves it. and should not be de
nied It; and the best tonic of which
we have any knowledge is Hood's Sar-
saparilla, Vhat this medicine has
Wone in keeping healthy people healthy.
in seeping up me even- balance of
health, give it the same distinction
as a preventive that it, enjoy as a
cure. Its earty v has tliuiiMt the
wlsdoni of the- old saying that a .titcK
iri time Mrs nine. Take Hood's for
appetite, strength, and endurance.
called upon the perform the r
work for those whom they now. have
with them. Memorial Day is an
American institution; jt has come' to
tay, and it Is well that it is for
teaches patriotism of the highest-or
der, and is an educato' of th. vounir
Which it would be difficult to renl.-iee
oy tany other institution. Memjriul
Dy ought to be-obsered by all. not ns
a aay or Jubilation; Or merry-making
ianu to tne nonor of the American rteo-
Pie De it said, it never is so reenrd
d) but as aday which is riven to th,
fond remembrance of the dead hercn s
whose patriotic sacrifices were made
that the Nation might live, a free
country, the admiration of the! world
and as a beacon light and model for
ot her peoples struggling for a i higher
aim in uie, ana better national exist
A BIG PURSE.
SALT LAKE CITY. May 8 A move
ment haa been started among the more
prominent sporting men and txn
lovers of this city -to
and offer a purse to iim Jeffries and
Bob Fitstmmons to meet here lnva 20
round contest during! the Elks na
tional oonventlon in August. It is the
intention to offer the hekvy-welghts a
purse of f20.0W. If , auccfessful in Set
ting the signatures of the men for a
contest here, ft is planned to have. the
fight take iplace in the oval of the Salt
Pa'.aci Miurer track, the ring! to be lo
cated out in the center, in the ojen.
The seating capacity, of the amphi
theater can easily be made 20,000.. and
with the .vast crowds that will be here
from all over the country to attend
the Elks' meeting, mo question f the
financial success of 1 the undertaking
is entertained. , v . -
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PRAISE SERVICE HELD IN
CHURCH FOR HER REf'OVERY
PRINCE CONSORT PUESKNT
. THE HAGUE. May S. In the pfts-
en the lTfnce Conrt and a distin
guished tarty i which, at tn Jed the Aa-
cenon Dayj services- In the' church, at
Ajldvorn, this mrning. a, Protestant
mlnlsler.: delivered ait : d.lpa. - r
hankijvi&g for -the irservati4n ..r
the life of ueen Wilht lmin.-L . .m-hn .)
said, had bf,en saved by the hand of!
God. . ' , i : j ! ..." -. M . "" r " . '
4iTo suffer from iyim& means
that your stoinm-h is too weak to
projeHy digpsttue foMl taken into
it. What vhi necl is Mostetter's
Stomach Bitten, the Itcst medicine
In the world tor eure Dyspepsia,
etzesttom, 1somia, Nertoasatss,
aad Malmrla. Be sare to try It.
Information from other sources make
it a;rar that talcolm Ford called--io
get moniey from his brother, dnd neet
ing with a refusal hot him. It is said
that there was 'art enmity between the
brothers ,of eleven years .standing;
that never sirue the death tif their fa
ther have they been on intimate, terms.
The alleged enmity pn ihe part of, Mai.
colm is said, to have lwen lMcaufc their
father disinherited Malcolm, and that
thla action was had because he 'did hot
wish Malcolm to de;ote himself to an
athletic career. ' , .
t,Jh,"e neVtr wa tter oprortunl
1 .1 '""cring rromVdi-aJc-
of tb heart, nerve-, liver, stomach r
drorsy to test, free, a vj,,;
Complete Treatnvnt for. the dWo, , '
rs-, lr. Miles 1st known to be a ! i
liur specialist In; these disaim Ti
hfc.ilbeal offer-is certainly Wh.J
erlous conijveratln by every ami
rills system ot i Treaitmeht i ! thor.
Ouahlv jHintlfl i- Mr.
.or to the ordinary methods. - it ini
elude several remeche careruliv s,-u
ected to auk each Individual cae aj ,1
Is thje final rejult of twenty ve yU
of vry extensive research ahd ereri"
ence in treating thi chiss f uis,-a-Each
treatment eonsiau ot a curati
ellxer. tonic tablets, laxative! piiu Ho1
usually ai plaster. Extend v .... -
,tiea clearly demonstrate that Dr. Mili'si J
xrearment ur at least three tlnuva
suivessrful as the usual treatment.
Thousands of remarkable .tetl:non-
lals frwn prominent teoile win i
sent free, Tbee show Dr. Mi!e . i-
one of the world's :..'nost'.---'irticcesrui
physician. ;.' , t
CoL E. B. StJleman. of th c .
United States Regulars, located at Sari
Dles-o. California, says. "Dr. Mil..-;
Ppccia I Treatment has worked '''..."
ders in my aon's case when ail !
faited. Ii had emrrto A itu tifn n.,n
al talent and had apeat 2WQ in 'aw do"-
s. ueiieTe n is a ,w onaeriui fr-ec-Hat,
I cunidder ItJmy duty torwon,-
ninl him." "For years I had , vi-i
trouble with, roy stomac'h. head. n-ii Vi
gla. sinking-'f peila, .and .dropsy. Y.iur
reatment .entirely cured mo." wiiu-s
Hon. W. A. Warren.lcd JaincJtMWn. ,v.
Mr. JuMus Kcister, of 350 Mkiii:7in
thev, moral tone
of the schools , is rroyf as ilgh as it
should be, and that somei etrOntr effort
Should be. made to Irnpttove this c-on.ii-
linn i . ... . l i - .... j An 1.4. . m -t t . .. . . . ... 1 tr . 1 . .
iijc . Miicrr nas oonen'M tneae I w s-v.r, ,.hivs), iv-,uiii cnai l r
conditions and beUevsi there, may beli,i,PS cured him after ten able phi
some truth in these claims.' j.eians had failed." "Hlrs. R. Trimnu r, f
The question is. 'How.' can , the Greenprhg. 1VV was cured after man.)
sc noors oe maae oetter. and existing de- I pnysic ians naa pronounced .her
fects removedr It seen s to the writer "hopeless."; , :
that the, surest May would be to itice As all afflicted readers may ha-e
some good,! strong, capible man at the ?2.50 worth of treatment! 'especially
head of the schools, a manj who has adapted to their case, free, i we would
Plenty of tact. . energy j nd progressive adipe Ahvnx to rvl for it at
ability, and: allow him to shape .and Address. Dr. Franklin m. '-hi i.. .,.
bring them up to a. higher standard dfl State St.. Chl-a-o Mention thiu t.t.t-
-jn.t iiiriic-e, sc mai oaieni may oe proud
of, her schools, feeling! that they are
second to none in the State.
AVe need a new man at the head of
our scmools, and . nothing short' Of a
new man will be able to raise the:stan
dard of fTfe sc hools to' ti e position they
ought to occupy.- We ought to have
better schools and .the ieOide areentir
tied to better schools. Tiere are plenty
of good Oregon principals who could
take the tnanagement id the RchcKls.
and in a year or two.
good as any In the Sta
A FRIEND OF .THE" SCHOOLS.
Sa,letn, May 8, 1902.
inake them as
ONE IS TO BE EUECTKD AT ONCE
V filing ar
Hn tlw lieoart-
Ttvo new crioratitns
tic-les of ineorora-tion
m nt f "State, sla folhm
The Bohemia . Kim ltin
Ci.nij.niiy will e rect and
rw in .I.anc ,' county. t
will be .the hcadcjijartcrs
pany has capital if $2
WarnT, E. II. Church ah
are the incoriKrato(s of
The Pacific .Coast A
reau wnl conduct a general advertising
business, with hcajhiUiit
ind. The Company Is i-apitalized for
HH(0. If. L. Neville. CHas A. iw.ion
nil S, Ar. Kctiey are the tncorpora
It's Just a 3'car Ulii- week since I
liOUgllt OUt tll('itlllIcllKMlt litlHillCSS of
Mr. Croisaii, and addinif to it the
vehicle buxincH fcrili-rly riajidlcii by
.Mr. P.'irklilirsf . iTiiilliilwwl M.i.ni in nnu
SMELTER at Air. C'rt'ban's lanl n Idln-rtv
strait, 'i .!,',. ..;.::..;.-'; y : .-
niu Rlad to say I fiat ,1 hrivv enjoyed
a splendid palrt!nnre in nil of the lines
nn-Mctitecl, ever sintVi 1 took jMises
ioii. I' hav continued liajrlliiis' llu
Mcyclcs aiid wwinsj inacliinXs that I
had in my old store on ('omiiM-rc-ial
Street, utt( liavo enjoyed u larcdy in-
Rjs?ni,ng I cre&Hcitsah on these us'wrll ns holding
JitCMKi. M. O.
.1 11. A. Barr
THE 0REG0NIAN WINS
J . G . M ACK'fl LI BEL
DE('IDI3D IN SHORT ORDER.
Arrettad for Perjury. II
Itaker City, Ore., May 8 J. Bal?
ley, the principal witness hi fhe.fath
ous Manny Howard case, was arrested
on a charge of perjury. Baisley igned
an affidavit In which he aays that his
testimony was a tie. lie also swears In
the affidavit that he was-paid to swear
falsely. j"-.'! "'. - '
. After Betf Truii
r St. Xouis, Mo., May 8. The beef
trust! is now under investigation by the
St. Louis grand Jury. Following the
re-elat!on at J'en'erson City that dis--eased
meat Is sold' in1 St. Loiils, Clr
cult' Attorney Folk today presented
the subject to the grand Jury. He an
nounced that he will subpoena all per
sons Jhe can find that know anything
about the beef com jnies.
PORTIAKD. Ore..;May 8 The dam
age suit for 150.000, brodght by J. G
Mack agairwt the Or!gnian I'ublish-
ing Company, rebultecl
in a verdict for the d
jury he ing out. only el
published fcy " the Oregc
that Mack, : a 'county
sold goods to the county
thesiliulid budliess which iuy wol I hy
nntlcccsMOr had cstahliiihcd in IhV Ve-'.
hide and Iniplenient lines, j v " I '
I belief I am safe in tnyhig that
the principal reason for- the vohimeof
vertuing Bii- j btisi newt that coruWaur way lies iu the
laet that Ave have the Very lifHt r-e-sentalive
Iliies In dvfry thlnj; 'trry.
Where else, do you kcI lctler vchicl-s
than Bliidcbaktr. harvesting in:ii.
Incry like the McCcrmick, tliroiliiiig
njachinery.ahd engines like the Ilim
sell, Ijfttcr Itiiplftneiits than Moliiie
and Hyracust" plown, Kud'ajo! Tilts liar
rows, Monitor drills and seeders, a.nd
my on. Or what house can prodt-e iVt
tr bicj'cles than the Tribune, or iiiorc
reliable sewim? "tiiaehines than lbs
Standard au)th Wlilje.
Kvery liarue gi vcr alsve is a guaran
tee of oolneH and satisfaction. " The
most critical I rade in all Marion and
A Fiend's Work.
Salt Lake City. Utah, May 8. A, spe
cial from Evanston, Wyo., to the Tri
bune rays: " .
Katie, Hopkins, a 12-year-old girl was
this afternoon criminally assaulted by
a jvegro. who beat and choked fcer into
unransciousivm t A search for the ne
gro is,, being made by a. large bodv of
men. who are determined to lynch him.
Two Man Killad.
Everett, Wash., Mar l.-Enginr
Michael J. Itiley and Brakernan A. L.
KJttl,were killed this morning, by the
engine crashing 'through a trestle. The
j men were in the emphiy of the Snoho
i mlrh) djogglng Company. " Another
! train followed, crashing fhrough the
trestle alt. but the engineer and fire
man escaped by Jumping.
FOR S?T. LOUIS FAIR.
j SPOKANE, Wih, May . Spokane's
ifc.hare"oT the 110.CCO fund for the pre
Jhroinary work on the state exhibit at
j th St. Louis Fair was raised today,
j It U $1500.
jonn center. Jr secretary of the
The alleged libel consisted in an article 1 lk Untl me to our doors.
hia'n charging I We 1m carry hinder twine, hay
commissioner. I tools, bicycle sundries, sewioz machine
an violation of I , .it ....ikin. ,i.,
.ujhi.i u u . , . , u ojJt ' Utah, " -
with the line we carry. All dawwof
1 J w,H-.lil- .1 -L- . a-. 1... 1.
FOR EXETER ACADEMY. wruiaiiy ,-weiwracc; in to i-.n.
' Ilm.it Xf ..... It . .. I...,,..
- The members of h Nw England la" sen I"u. " -"
Association of the Alumni of PhilJlr donet you're just as welcome to loiJc
Exeter -Academy gather ?d recently In over the stock. : '
the Parker Iuse to tae lairt In the Ve have our McCormick LlndtWanij
anual meting of thai .-organization. , t , , ,i
President Eliot had wri en a. folowa: nowersln and ready for Mn-l-ctioii,
vi ant (real!y very sorry that I cannot besides a fine assortment of Htudebakc-r
go to (the Exeter dlnne- on, April 25. bugsies and road -wagons for- tprliitf;
Picas y to the asaemlded alumni of and summer. Oar. Bike wagon tra.le' '
Exeter In my name, that la my ooin- . . ,. ;i , , , . '
ion a, large gift to Exetr-IIke half Io ltrun agaia, and promises
minion- of dollars would be, of more surpass last -season by arooosldersllfi .
service to American education than the Nobody's bike wagons look quite like:
same sum distributed a mong1 the col- gtudelkeixXThey are The oiics the
lr; 'Zt-L!Ltl wants. Hard rubber tire, too,
that an oM rhool like Itxeter should filUd S& riS ftt dllioiiM'onst
be not only. maintained, but expanded
and Improved, so as to meet the new
requirements of the I times .aa to aeoj
ondary educatloinv Boston Herald. :
FOURTEEN YEARS OF DROUGHT.
Cait Wah Shely,,HeriIt. of Starr
county, was In Austin. Tex. April II,
and called on ov. 8ay ris and laid the
details tf the ditres.nit situation be-
iore tne .alter.
There are more than MX reoble In
tawrr county and ,0Q0 In Zapata coun
ty," SherirT Shely said, 1'Of this unm-
ocr. nw,re than ons?-half are either tn
destitute condition at this time or wilt
ery soon, Tne poor people are
F. A. WIGGINS,
i ! 253-257 Liberty St., Salem
Farm Machinery, Wagons, Buggies,
ftlcyc'e. Bewlzur- afactiaaaw ; '
7"Hewincf Machine Itepairing byN.
, . Jl.Iiurley. ,x
never . seen a really good; rain." Gal
yen Dally News. . . ! ' . .;: ; .-' !..
; THEY FAVOlt EVANS. ."'. i
WASHINGTON. Mav -The Senate
flocking into the etlements alc-ng the I committee today decided unanimously
Hto Oranue from the ram-hes. The vi to report th notninatora of H. Clay
na-Ve absolutely nothing to live uion. i Evans , tOs be Consul -Gen era! at lAn-
?o corn has 4en raised for two years. Idbn, favorable recommendation.
anl in fact It has been 4haf in -
any rain ,ha fallen. hThe drought I ONE INSANE PATIENT.
- .,i i ...... r i .-.
irn iK(in louneen yr-ars anl TTenMtt. twin. VAa- m.
ha been growing worre year by year. I brought t th inn. !-. venter-
There aref probably cldldren reveal day evenimr from Alt.anv hv the sher-