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v 52d YEAR NO 10. ,tt ,t'
SALEM, OREGON; TUESDAY, MAY 27, 1902.
FIRST SECTION EIGHT PAGES.
! ARE ENDORSED
Federated Trades Assembly
In Portland Approves
: Tie-up ' i
' PORTLAND, Or, May 24. The
strike of planing mill workers remains
lit a standstill. The decision of the
Federated Trades Assembly, endorsing
the action of, the Building; - Trades
AVe liave .-.'this style inextrdfine llack Riverside worsted at
$16.50 per suit. You'll not find the same quality in regular
stores at tb is jrfce. -V 5 i ;
Our selection of Men'ai Sack Suits is exceptionally pood in
all the new spring styles ranging in pri'e from $9.25 to $1 6J0.
v For ordinary wear we have themjfrora $3.95 to, $8T5.
Fit your loy out with one of our nobby spring styles.
We'll save you money on every suit, and give you the newest
the market afl'onls. J .' ;
We're building-up our -business by selling only reliable
goods. Quality is the first eonWeration. but we keep the
prices dovn too.
YOU ALL WEAR STHTlPSrC You want tlie riht
;g?s- InllC kind. That's the kind
w sell, and that's why our shoe department keeps growing.
Newest styles at lowe t prices.
EVERYTHING IN MNS FURNISHINGS
IF YOTJ WEAR
You ought to try
one of the ... .
They improve the figure without distorting
it. iWe sell this well-known make at
"racket prices. All shapes and qualities
(or you to select from. - :
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- wOi Wo have a big
" ket values.
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SALEM'S CHEAPEST ONE PRICE CASH STORE.
Council, is generally approved. No
general strike will be ordered, but
unions affiliated With the Building;
Trades Council will receive the moral
and financial support of the Federated
Coal Miners Strike
Huntinrton. WV Va-i Mav 4. The
United Mineworkers, iwho have been In
Re hi on nere tor the past two days, aJ
Journed today after ordering a general
strike of all the miners In Virginia and
West Virginia, to 1 gin June 7th and
last until the demand of a 10 rer cent
Increase In wages Is granted.
. The Mineworkers, in case a strike Is
called, expect p have, enlisted 10,000
miners and laborers nt the berlnninr
In Virginia and West Virginia, which
Is over three-fourths of the working
population of the coal section.
Better not buy a Frock Goat
unless you get a" good one.
It's simply waste of money
to take a garment because it is
cheap,, only to find after you
have it that it is without style,
fit "or quality. '
We could keep that kind and
.some people would buy them 1
but we won't. :
Ours, come from CROUSE &
Tailors,' Utica, New York.
They are made of the finest
fabrics and are hand worked
Inside anci out by tailors of the
They are equal to the prod
ucts of the best merchant tailors
better than ' many of them,
can give. ' : ;'
o f nibboiis, Laces
" refutation on these goods, and
A STATUE OF
Unveiled In Washington by
. America and France
Preside nt Roosevelt and
PARTICIPATE IN THE PROGRAM
, Of THE DAY THE FRENCH AND
MARCHED THROUGH PENNSYL
VANIA AVENUE. .
WASHINGTON. May 24. The Pres
ident of the United States today Joined
with the official representative of the
French Republic In unveiling the aUitue
of 'Marshal de Rochambeau. the com
patriot of Waahingtoh, and the Com
mander In Chief of the French forces
in America during the Revolutionary
Wan It . was an event combining
many demonstration of International
good will and with oratory and music
expressive, of French-American friend
The ceremony was fixed for 11 o'clock
this morning-, but long before that
hour the streets were filled; with
marching men and a great crowd
eager to witness the exercises and re
view. . . V "
For tho first time in its history, the
National! Capital witnessed the sight
of rank upon rank of French seamen
swinging through Pennsylvania Avenue
mingling their cheers with those of the
American bluejackets . and soldiers.
while French tri-colors were entwined
With the Stars and Stripes, and the
sound of the Marseillaise was heard
along with the Star Spangled Banner.
The ceremony of unveiling occurred at
the Southwest corner of LaFayette
Squared where the massive figure, of
the rench General has been erected,
After en impressive invocation by
Rev. D. Stafford. President Roosevelt
delivered the address of welcome. ; lie
spoke with great earnestneiw. pausing
frequently at the outburst of applause.
As the President Concluded his aJdres
Countess De Rochambeau caught up
the cords 'of the flags enveloping the
statue, and the massive bronze figure
emerged, through the folds of red.
White and blue. ' . At the same instant
the boom of an artillery salute came
from the battery, and the strains of
the French National hwmn came from
the Marine band, . It waa an inspiring
moment, and ted by Prwldent Roose
velt, the vast assemblage joined in
A Brilliant Reception.
Washington. )yMay 24. The reception
tonight, of Ambassador and Mme.
Cambon, in honor of the French visit
ors who came to-witness the unveiling
of the Rochambeau statu?, wasa bril
liant affair, .notwithstanding the ab
sence of illuminations or music This
feature was abandoned lout of respect
to the lpte Lord Pan ncefote.
An enthusiastic greeting was ex
tended to Admiral Schley wfTen he en
tered the room.
ROBBERY AT AURORA
BU RGLAR9 AGAIN ENTER TH E
POSTOFFR7E AND CARRY
? AWAT VALUABLES.
AURORA. May 26. The postofflce
tore was raided again. Saturday aicht
or early Sunday morning and upwards
of 11100 worth of jeweiery wa amea
off. The robbers gained entrance by
forcing a transom lit the rear, and es
caped by crawling out through a lde
window. They evidently took plenty
of time and -took only . what ; was of
most value. . The ?ash register in the
postoffice .-'was- broken openv biit there
was only about 60 cent ' in small
change in It at the time. Two railroad
pikes with which they had tried to
force a rear window were found-; also
footprints leading away from that win
dow where they escaped. It lo neems
tfcat a visit had been paid to H J. MW
ler'aNorace, but- nothing is missing, as
be keep little of vale there.
Thl Is the second rohbery within m
Short time, ad "people are getting
alarmed, and 'rigorou means wiH be
taken , to prevent a recurrence. ,
BRENTANO NOT SHORT .
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HE ANSWERED THE CHARGES OF
HIS ACCUSERS IN THE PRO- ,
BATE COURT TEStERDAT. I
Some weeks ago Wm. Filey, of Port
land, commenced proceed
ags I against
J. F. T. B. Brentano, aditUnistrator of
the estate of B. Delormej deceased, to
hare him removed, and among other
charges alleged that Bretano wa from
$3000 to 4000 short In his accounts
with said estate. On yesterday Mr.
Bretano through his attorneys. , Bon
bam. e Martin, filed hi answer to Mr.
Foley's charges denying any shortage
and alleging that he remitted all mon-y
collected to B. Delorme. in France, and
that the1 estate now owes him over
for services, covering I a period .'since
February,, 18 o; beaidea other reason
able accounts for attorneys ' fees and
necessary expenses and closes his an
swer with a statement that he is wil
ling to withdraw from the administra
tion of the estate when these matters
ndtuited. It aDuears. from the !
answer that there are two sides to this !
contest, as, 1 usually the case. 1
Tht. Colorado Senator Shows
What His Position Is
Hoar Asks Questions Regard
! in? Rights of Fil-
! I ipinos
a Resolution calling upon
TIB PRESIDENT REGARDING
THE RIGHT OP NATIVES TO
COMB TO WASHINGTON AND
TELL CONGRES3 THEIR WANTS-
WASHINGTON, May 26. Patterson,
one of, the minority" members of the
Phil ppfne Committee of the Senate,
occupied! the floor most of- the day , in
discussion of the Philippine question.
Patterson quoted from the utterances
of his newspaper, the Denver New, to
show that he consistently had advocat
ed independence of the Philippines
ainc December. 1898. He said the edi
torial quoted by Foraker some days
ago had been written prior to that
tim. ' Foraker, and Hoar had a brief
debute over President McKlnleys proc
lam.ation to the Filipinos.
Sixty two private pension bills were
Denied By Richardson
Washington, May 26. Representative
Richardson, the Democratic floor lead
er in the House, made' a statement to
day correcting the . impression which
has gained a wide circulation, that he
had, declared that ImperiaHrm. in his
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opinion, would be the only Issue in the
Co nlgressional campaign.
"1 -made no .such statement, and I
hold, no ruch views," said Richardson.
"In fact, I doubt whether Imperialism
would b.- the . leudlng issue, there are
othir imiortant questions' ' pressing
themwlves to pubklc aittentlon."
Washington, May 20. Senator Hoar
today introduced the following resolu
tion: '''". V - ' - ' '
IlesoI-ed. That the Prestdtnt be re
qiK'Ktedito inform the Senate whether
there be any law or regulation in force
in the Philippine Islands.) which will
prevent any. native, of those islands,
who may t Wsire. and who is not uri
drl arrest and against whom" no charge
of any offenw, -against ,the United
Htateir In pending, fron coming to the
Unltrd States artl stating his view or
dk'sjires. as to the InU refts of his people,
to iha PresWleht or ether House of Congress.''-
The reolutl4n went over until tomr
rovf. ! .
Washington, May 26. The House de
voted Itself to busnes connected with
thei District of Columbia, and took a re-
M Ba ck Warm Bmson Bale
GREAT REDUCTIONS I.V SKIRTS, SILK SKIRTS, CLOTH SKIRTS AND WALKING SKIRTS
Salemys Greatest Storeys Dress Goods DepaNjnent
Mohair Suitings, 63c
New shades and the proper
thing for summer wear.
Striped Mohair, 52c
Regular C5c valaes.
50c and 60c Values, 3Tc
A mixed line of suiting, all
48-in. Tan Suitinr$le33
.- Begnlar $10 qOalltj, just re-
y celved. - ....
Fire special lines at 30o, 35c,
40c, 45c, 50c .values, sleerve
less and quarter sleeves. Bpe
- cial 19c ... .
50c Vests, 38 c .
'" : 'Pure white, lace trimmed,
Liisle thread, sleeveless Tests.
White Vests, 10c :
exceptionally good. .'
j Lanes and trimmings reduo
,. ed 20 per cent.
cess until tomorrow In-order' to com
plete a bill to amend the District code.
. To Retire Brooke.
Washington, May'28. Senator Quay
today Introduced a bilf providing , for
the promotion of Major General Brooke
to the rank of Lieut en nt-Oerwrai, and
for the General's retirement with that
The Fall Campaign.
Washington. May - 2A. Congressman
Babcock. chairman of I the Republican
Congressional . Legislation Committee,
talked with the President today re
garding the fail campaign The Presi-
dent, at an early day, will fix jthe date
for receiving' the committee, at which
time plans will be mapped out.
Tho Isthmian CanaL
Washngton, May 26 Senator Mor
gan today submitted tjo. the Senate-an
advance report on Senator Hoar's bill,
placing the selection jf the route-i the
Isthmian Canal in the handsj of the
President. , The Isthmian Canal .Com
mittee opposes the bill on the ground
that it makes no pro Vision for a fur
ther exploration of the route, and
leaves the President to make
tfon on the statement
asoextalned. . , ,
of facts already
Ot . Ve agreement with Costa -Rica
and Nicaragua It is said that
definite and complete
as to- Character
and scope of the right
agreed) . to ' concede
States." nd it argiied Jthat, If they
are ratified, nofhlng Will oe left to do
but to carry the agreement Into effect
Colombia, on the other!
hand, is charged
with playing for delay.
The Sugar Pine boor & Lum
ber Company's Plant
DESTROYED LAST NIGHT
All the Lumber
n the Firm's
Yards Was Burn
A BIG SASH AND
ALSO WENT Up
IN SMOKE ONH
FIREMAN OVBHCOMH BV I SEAT,
GRANTS PASS. On. May 2(6. Fire
Unlay "consumed the Sugar ,Plne
Door & Lumber Codpany's ptanit. and
ail the lumber ir. thfc yard.; William.
Brothers & Kendal's Sasti and Door
Factory, and. six dwellings. About
six acres Were laid In ashes. The losses
aggregate about 144.000. George Hart
man. a fireman, was
Overcome by heat,
and J. A. Turner was knocked from a
hi ruber pile and badly hurt.
Yw Hait i'wari BffigM
In navy blue and black; regular
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Bine mixed: Mcelleut (lual.ty;
54-in. ChaMine, S3c !
' Splendid for Walking skirts; all
wool; worm ii
75c Waistlngs, 57c
($2 SO Gibson .. .$1 60
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2 25 White 1 C5
Rcoeniber Every Voj-d
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Boer Demands to Be DIscuss
' ed in London
GREAT BRITAIN'S DECISION
Will Be Communicated to tht
': Transvaal Lead-
v:v ?.,r";:yv ers . . ' '
DISQUIETINO RUMORS COMB
FROM PRRTORIA, . AND IT IS
FEARED THAT PEACE MAY NOT
BE CONCLUDED IMMEDIATELY
' A HITCH IrAS OCCURRED.
., LONDON. May tT. (Tuesday) -The
Dally Mail says the Cabinet ouncll
today will declde7uPa tn Po'nt"
detail, mostly of a financial nature,
which .have. been raised by ; the Boers
In the peace negotiations. v
-Great Britain's decision In the mat
ter then will be-vCQmrnunicated to Ver
etniglng conference by the deleitates at
Pretoria, and being the best .obtainable
terms, they will almost . certainly be
accepted. - - - ' : ;. . ' " -
London, May 2 dust before Parlla
nvent rose after midnight, a rumor
reached-the lobbies; that a hitch had
occurred in the peace negotiations. No
thing offlctal concerning this rumor
could be ascertained, but a dispatch
from 'Pretoria. In which It was-stated
that. the prevalence throughout South
Africa of an optimistic feeling n re
gard to the peace negotiation - was
hardly based upon solid facts, may be
regarded as an Indication that such a
hitch ha occurred. Little Informa
tion from Pretoria has been, able, re
cently, to pass the censor.
Not Quite Settled. -
Pretoria,1, "ay 26.-Th.e prevalence
throughout South Africa of an Toptl
mlstic feeling Hn , regard to the peire
neKotlatlm Is hardly based on solid
facts. The protraction cif the confer
ence' at Verelnlging I not necessarily
a hopeful sign. The delegate to the
conference, although they have atian
doned the hope of securing Independ
ence still have many points of differ
ence with? the Oovernrnent, while an
obstinate minority continues to regard
a resumption of hostilities as the beat
outcome of the present situation.
- They Are Consulting.
posal made to the conference at Ver-
elnlging, Transvaal, Indued the condi
tion that the Boers In the field be al
lowed to consult with the Boer d'le-
' -n t Am in Vtimrwt (wrnr a -ileflnlte set
jtTement Is reached. It Is declared also
that the British Government, refused.
on May 23d, to accede to thl request.
A boy with hi first pair of boots Is'nt
In it with the girl wl'.h her first bea'i.
When a life long student dies with
old age he can claim to have gained
only the alphabet of knowUdge.
yasti Goods List
65c value's for
15c . .
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50 " ...... 5
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