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52d YEAR NO. 15- . f SALEM, OREGON, TUESDAY, JUNE 2p 190Z . i ;.'." FIRST SECTION EIQHT PACCS, '
It's Warm Enough
I Now lor
Isn't It? .
It probably will: be for
the next few months.,..'
, I , We have Sunnner Corsets at 1 -
25c, 35c, 45c, 50c, 90c and 95c
The Batiste Corsets at 90c and 95c are rvery fine.
Ladles9 Sleeveless Vests
- Large Full Sizes at 10c.
. Finer qualities at 15c, 20c, 25c autl 38c. : All arc better
for the price than you can find at 'regular stores." Extra '
good value in " T . '
Men's Summer Underwear
i:'r v .' : x 'At 25c
that runs full size.'- It's the best we've had at the price.
rr Our 45c lines are fine enough for anybody. You'll pay
more for the same quality if you buy them, elsewhere. '
Crpsh Hats &nd Straw Hats
- They're so cheap this year, that you can afford to throw
the! old ones away and buy the new shapes. YOU'RE
GOING TO HELP CELEBRATE THIS YEAH and
yju ought to fit out with a New Suit The best place in '
Salem to buy UP-TO-DATE CLOTHING is at the ,
NEW Y O R K RA CKET
iVre consider .'quality and style of the. first importance, -but
He give you the advantages of our cash-business plan,
which brings the prices of the best goods within the leach ' .
of all. We can save you from 15 to 25 per cent on every
! suit.you buy from us. T
' Don't overlook" our big assortment of -
It's one of ' the most complete lines in the city. We tell ,
more shoes" than most shoe: store?, because we give better .
value; for the money. Everything in ladies and men's
furt.iihingd at "Racket Prices?
Salem's Cheapest One-Price Cash Store
T. BAnNES, Proprietor. ;
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And the Democratic Harmony
Meeting In New York
HIS OPPOSITION APPARENT
To Compromisini: With the
Gold Wins of the
NEBRASKA POPULIST AND DEMO
CRATIC STATE , CONVENTIONS
IN-SESSION AT GRAND ISLAND
TODAY THE QUESTION OF FU
SION IS UPPERMOST.
LINCOLN, Neb., June 23. The ab
sence of W. J. Bryaa from ihe Demo
cratic harmony dinner at New Tork
la pretty well explained -by a state
ment giren but by Mr. Bryan tonight,
commenting- on the dinner. At-the out
set. Bryan says, there is no such thing
as, Democratic harmony where former
President Cleveland is concerned, lie
says: ' .-." -!.'
"The .banquet given on June lHh by
the Til den Club, of New York, was ad
vertised as a "harmony meeting.' but
it turned out to be what might have
been' expected of such a gathering an
ovation to the' chief , guest, a former
Democrat, 'Grover Cleveland. ' There can
be no such a thing as harmony : be
tween men like him and those who be
lieve in Democratic principles, and , be
is frank enough to aay so.
"He is not only defiant, b'ut he in
sists that party, success can only be
secured by an open avowed return to
his ideas. Harmony is to be secured,
not by suppression of differences, but
by the elimination of those who differ
from him;" ; . -
Bryan says he will print in his 'pa
per, Cleveland's speech, "to show that
re-organizers don't want harmony.
but . control, and
that their control
means abandonment of their -part jrs
position and a return to the policies
and practices of Cleveland's second ad
ministration. r . . V
- Nebraska Fusiomsts."
Grand Island, 'Neb.r Jane ; 23. Dele
gates to the Populist and Democratic
State Conventions.' which wttl be held
here tomorrow, begun pouting 'in to
this city today, Oyer 20 delegates are
accredited to each, convention, and at
least 2000 are expected to attend. The
auestion uppermost in : the minds of
the crest maiorltr of delegates - is
whether or not fusion can be aoL'on-
pllshed, and candidates selected that
will be satisfactory to all tne Tactions.
The accomplishment of-this result has
; been seriously questioned by a number,
i of. party leaders, but tonlgnt a. num
ber of Populists and Democrats, who
are considered authority, profess to be
lieve that there will be little opposi
tion ta J uslon. It is still tne unani
mous opinion that If Mr. Bryan will ac
cent the nomination for Governor,
there Will be little left to do, but to di
vide the rest of the tickets ' .
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Oreat Bargains in Vhite Goods All Through June.
Trimmed wth lace and made of
sheer lawn- K00-f them at: this
price durfng tbe While 8alev
MISU VSrSntETINGS, Etc.fCtc
t Cheaper Cere Thai Any vbere
"Holverson' Brand a new.
bleached muslin made express for
na. Fine, soft ttnUh and So Inches
wide. To Introduce this brand to
the trade we will sell it duriug our
White Sale -for
! 6 U2C Yard
All oilier muslins, sheetings, etc.,
at sale prices. . "
i SIW'IER C03SETS
- We've sold a great many of 'em
already doesn't take long for eueh
good news to travel. They're made
of n no netting and oonie In the latest
models, llegalar value, SOc.
GIRLS' GOLF HAfS
Sic Each .
' A very popular style felt bat for
girls. tme In red, tan, blue, and
some with plaid tons They are of
fered at this special price for a few
days only. The regular price is lOe;
' , All Colors
.: 256 Each
For ladle and children. Made of
Ginghams and Percales and prettily
trimmed. - '. . ' ? . . -
white' waists .
The entire linVof White WalsU
at tale r rices. Bee the fine, line we
are selling at ; x
. J WEN'S FURNISHINGS
Summer shirts la the right itylea.
Tie Dollar Oats tor 90c CacM
We're not going to wait Uli the
warm weather t over to reduce
stocks, but will start now right at
the time yon need cool, things.
These 90c Shirt a are all this sea
son's atytes. Some are stripes
others plain colors. Some hare
fronts of plaits many have silk
' We have' all sizes from 14 to 17
neck measure and all sleeve lengths.
EUSTIC SEAI D3AWERS
Just the thing for these hot days.
The coolest undergarments ever
a i ' v f- . :- -
THE ESCAPED GONYICTS
IIAVK f ABANDONED CAPTURED
GCX8 AND SUPPLY THEM
SELVES BY ROBBERY.
1A CENTER. Wash.. June 23. Tracy
and Merrill, are still at large, but a de
termined posse is after them. The. two
guns, a Wlnebestef shot run and a re
peating rifle, stolen from Dr. White, at
Oervais. Oregon, over ten : days as;o.
Wre found In the brush near here as
were, some clothes worn br tho con
victs during the past morfttu -
The; twa escapes appeared Saturday
night at the farm house of the McQee
brothers, near Pioneer, and took all
the provisions In sight also clothing.
The McGees were absent from the. place
and the convict ransacked It. The lat
est trace of tlje outlaws was had Sun
day morning, when they broke Into the
farm house of Mr. McOuire, near La
Center, stealing 120, new hats, shoes
and bacon. The McGulre family were
also. absents - Their tracks show that
the men are headed for the head waters
of the Lewis river. Sheriff Marsh has
abandoned the trail until the men are
seen again. Others of the posse are still
guarding the Lewis river. Rain Is fall
ing, which makes It possible for the
dogs to do better trailing. : ,.
THEY MUSt WOVE ON
GAMBLERS FLOCKING TO SALT
LAKE CITY. AND GAMBLING
HOUSES ARE CLOSED
Effort to Draw Water from a
. - Lake's Bottom
BY WEANS . OF A TUNNEL
Came Near Causing a Wost
SAtT LAKE CITY, lltah. June JSr-
Owing to the war being waged In Se
attle. Butte and other Western cities,
many gamblers have arrived In Salt
Lake City during the past, week, and
pressure has been brought to bear on
the local authorities to close . all gam
bling house, This afternoon Chief of
Police Paul issued orders to close . all
THE SHELL BETWEEN TUNNEL
j AND LAKE BROKE THROUGH.
CAUSING A STREAM OF. WATER
SDX FEET SQUARE TO RUSH OUT
AND FLOOD TIII3 COUNTRY. -
rock is th uprise. . With a mighty roar
to the-tunnel, and a moment after the
men gained a place of safety a stream
of water six feet squars was spoutlT
several hundred feet down the cany'
Fortunately there were lots or trees ft
the lake which, were uprooted by the
rushing water, and carried into, the
tunnel thus stopping to some extent
the outflow of water. Had it' not 1h h
for this hindrance much property bet
would have been washed-away. Ihs
lake 'Is now empty. i
BAKER CITY, Or.. June . A party
of fishermen, returning from Rock
Creek report what might have been a
frightful disaster at Lake Kalamacue.
Friday night. , An Irrigation . company
has been1 engaged In x boring a tunnel
under the bottom of the lake, a distance
of abou t 2S0 fee. so that the a water
could: be used during the months of
July and August. The tunnel was so
planned that It would strike a point
sixty feet below, the bottom of the lake.
An uprise was started from the end
of the tunnel to strike, the lake bottom,
supposed to be sixty feet above. Fri
day evenin a' shot was put in the solid
the water, of the lake broke through In-
CENTRAL LABOR UNION
INTERESTING SESSION HELD
LAST NIGHT AND OFFICERS
- ' ARB ELECTED T
teresting and enthusiastic session in
Christian Science Halt, over the Mn.l
ry last evening, snd perfected organ,
tsation by the election of the follow ln -offlcers.:
. -. .
cr"A.. -port. President: "Ed Swayi.
vice president; A C. Hopf. secretary;
O: C Locke, treasurer, , v
Chairmen of standing committees
were- appointed' as follows: . k
Bylaws ii. T. Marsh.
Arbltration--D. A. Dlnsmoor.
Y Organlxajlion-Ed Swayse. ;
After an Interesting discussion '
organisation work, the Union adjourn
ed to th evening of the second Tue
day'in July, when th work of orgatj
lsatlon will be completed. .
! KNOCKED OUT. 1
LONDON. June a. "Kid- McFad
den. of San Francisco, was knocked out
Lin Jurdan.; an. Englishman, In tho
ut tv raai nil t th TV a t ion a l KnorimiT
Club tonight. Joe Wolcott. the colore !
pugilist, - won from Tommy West, cf
Brooklyn, for the" welUr-w eight cham-
Legal 'Blanks. StatesmanJob OC.ce,
Legal Blanks,' Statesman1 Job Office.
BOOMING SUMMER BUS INES S
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Twenty Special Offe
. season salt's. We do not wait until the reason is Jpast nntl then j
ofler vou the goods at reduced prices, hut in the Wijtfit oHhe time when tin; de
mand" for summer goods is increasing every day werut the price mi tin- article
.. most ill lieeu. . r - a s .
Read each Item carefully and remember the Pggf, sfanrf good for the whole wttk
Any iay of this week you can
buy a $1.00 Shirtwaist for
This la offer fo,4r don't forget It.
Regular $1.25 Rammer PettlcoeU
with acsordioa plaited suBles spec
ial : . i . ' . '
7. Crash Skirls
Tueked gores with flounce trim
med In braid, been selling fast , at
$1.25, reduced to
10. Pongee Silk
20 Inches atfd 23 Inches wide,' reg
ular $1.00 and $1.25 value. Special
13: Linen Tussar
h lace In
Tucked with lace Insertion stripes
worm JZm, reauceu
16 SB TcctetTLawn
The proper thing for waists and
trimming these warm day., $J .50
quality, special, yard
2. Knit llndervests
Ladles' white lisle thread vests,
exceptionally good values at S5o,
sale price, each
Offer No. 2. You should know
more about It.
5. Knit Undervests
A Vest which we think a special
value at 18c, will be sold for, each
Beautiful patterns, dainty cloths,
worth 15c aud ISe, yard, special
this week , . .
11. figured Taffeta
e sold thlr
Tfu Vind we. have been selling
for 68c will be sold thlrweek for
14. Linen Tissue
Tucks and lace Insertion beautify
this dainty fabric to the extreme.
t50 quality, "pedal ,
17. Polkaaot Tussar
That very sheer fabric with silk
polkadots, worth $10, special
Tlie new unrtervest- at.d cm-
eover cmiblnel. s ianiaiuren
ant It to be sold for 75v our prir;
each -. ; -1 - '
Offer No. 3. Don't frg it
6. Hosiery. .
' dood 'quality drop stltdi Ma j
hose, would be cheap at'JK', specif
9. Pongee Silk '
1 52 Inche wide, both plain an.)
fancy, exceedingly good for many
purposes. . , -
12. Linen tucliino
High grade linen tucking f-
shirt waisu and trimmings. $1JX
quality, special .
15. Tucked Chiffon
With cord Insfftl' in rcrv dellfa'1
for walsU and trimming, t--f'v
quality - :
10. Linen Tisst:
Silk embroidered f2.rf quality for
$1.&8, and a special 12.2-5 juiity fr
1. Coys' Clotliino
LONDON". June 2S. King Edward
and .Queen--Alexandra gave a grand
dinner party tonight, at Buckingham
rlae to aerentv riyal reraona.se i world. The list of their majesties'
who practically represented "the. sov- Jfruests was headed by the Czarowlca of
erlgns of all the monarchies cf :Le I Russia. ?
Our enUre itock of Boys' HnlU, comprising, all th
pit newsammerstvlea for boys from S to 16 years,
will be sold this week at ;
Pntfiinn Siiits P
20. Boys' f urnlsliinos
' iSuch as Swcatett, IltU. Underwear, Bhlrts, Wait-,
etc The best line" of styles in all rJalem, at
Great Reactions .J