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SALEM, OREGON, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER IO, ibi)4.
IO PER CENT DISCOUNT
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Prices alwavs the lowest.
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LIME, CEMENT, SAND,
ibid All Butilding Material.
95 STATE ST,
"be Wil!am?tfe Hotel.
n,n,i rales. Management liberal,
Ilo wTldliiKi laud points of 'inter!, Hpeclal rates will ie given in-,,,
"Hardware, Wagons, Carts, Road Machinery
AND AGRIOUIvTUKAJv lWiriYww .
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Columbia Shoo Slorc, 118 State St.
RUBBER GOODS EXCEPTED.
Store Goods at Eacket
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CHINA GIVES OP.
Admits That She Must
PORT ARTHUR FALLS.
Finally Taken by the Japanese
CHINESE FLEEING TO THE COAST.
Uncle Sam Asked to Intercede for
Washington, Nov. 10. The events
of the last six days in which officials
and diplomats of Washington have
participated, lead tbem to believe that
peace between China and Japan will
be concluded at an early day. China
has at last reluctantly, but very fully,
admitted that she found herself wholly
unprepared for war. Japan, on the
olher hand, smilingly accepts this ac
knowledgment of her progress and
awaits a detailed proposition as to how
much China will concede as a basis
p?ace. It remains to bo seen whether
Japan demands too much or China
yields too little, but the Inclination of
both powers la so strongly toward
getting together that it is believed that
peace will be eflected on a basis of
Corea's Independence and a cash in
demnity for Japan's war expenditures,
London, Nov. 10. A dispatch this
afternoon to the Pall Mall Gazette from
Chee Foo says the Japanese havocap
tured Port Arthur.
Over 40,000 tons of ammonia are
used annually In baking powders, fro
adulterants of any kind in Dr. Price's,
UNCLE BAM INVOICED.
Chicago, No. 10. A special to the
Post from Washington says: "This
government has again been asked to
Intervene in the China Japan war, It
Id u request from China that the Uni
ted States co-operate with Ureat Brit
ain, Russia, Germany, Franco and
Hid v to ston tho war. Oh uu sets forth
at length the present status of the hos
tilities, and says she always recognized
the independence of Coreo, and Is will
lug to coutlnue to do so; moreover she
will pay Japan on indemnity to de
rray mat country's expenses in ine
Pahis. Nov. 10. The Revue de Paris
says Fr nee will never reply to pro-'
iuihuIh (o intervene for the nurnose of
ellectn tt settlement of the Chinese.
Japanese war until she snail nuve
learned exactly what are the thoughts
and linput regarding die muiter,
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London, Nov. 10' A Chee Foo dis
patch reports that hundreds of Chinese
are arriving there from Manchuria,
whence they are tleelng, frightened ot
the approach of tho Japanese. Chinese
troops and such vessels of the Chinese
lleetthat are not cooped up at Port
Arthur have beeu ordered to attack the
Japanese wherever they meet them.
It is reported two of the forts at Port
Arthur have boen captured by the
Japanese. Chinese Boldlers are desert
ing from New Cbwang, fearinK an at
tack by tbo Japanese.
A North Dakota Farmer Confesses
to Horrible Crimes.
Fakqo, 8. D., Nov. 10. N. J. Vil
liars was brought to tho (ass county
jail by Bhoritt' JSddy, of Btuttsman
county. Eddy le,ft Jamestown with
his prisoner just in an advance of a
mob which was oq its way to take him
from jail and lynch him. On the way
here, Villlars cotifessed tho horrible
crime witn wmcu uo was cuargeu.
Tuesday evening ,Vllliars weut to the
Una of Mrs. Frumor, In Montpellei
towusblp. Mrs. Isomer saw, him at
the barn aud went out to see what he
wanted. Whon sho approached, Vil
llars knocked her down with a club
and beat her into iusenalbllity, drugged
her into tho barn, aitilteJ her, and
threw her in tho well In the barn. He
then set the barn on lire and left. The
baru burned to the ground, but Mrs
Fromer escaped death lu the well.
Toward morning,she managed to climb
out of the well aud got to tho house
Taking her children wltii her, she
crawled ou her !iaus aud knees to a
neighbor's, two mllefe away, and died
after telling her etoi-y. Vllllara was
captured at Valley City aud taken to
Jamnstown by Sheriff Btoushoel. He
li ouo of the oldest farmers lu Btutts
man county and has a respected fam
ily. A large mob gathered at Moutpe
Her and started for Jamestown to lynch
him, but Bherlfl Eddy heard or their
coming lu time time to escape. Vil
llars tonight confessed another crime,
A month ago,Mr. Fromer, the husband
of the woman he murdered, myste
riously disappeared. Villlars says he
killed Fromer, and -ttmVhlB body would-)
be found burled In u pile of manure
back of the baru.
Bankers Want Bonds.
Washington, Nov. 10, Treasury
ofllclals have beeu aware for some days
of an agitation lu New York (iunnciul
circles in favor ot a new bond issue.
The surplus mouy lu tho New York
banks Is very great, and the treasury
ofllciuU here, who watch the course of
money matters, do not hesitate to ex
press the opinion that the solicitude
expressed by Wall-street magnates for
the treasury Is not entirely unselfish
A new bond isfue is desired by Wall
street simply as a means of providing
an investment for their surplus funds,
1 1 A. leport is telegraphed from New
York and published In tho morning
papers that another 150,000,000 bond
Issuo had been determined upon. Is
A gift with Uklng powder means In.
ferlorlty, No gifts with J)r. Price's
Cream Making Powder,
For Greater New York.
Nkw" Youk, Nov, JO. The fact Is es.
tublished beyond doubt yesterday tlmt
the city of Jlroolflyn, on eleutlnn day,
kuvuw majority for nonsolldstlon of
jbuy, Tliu majority In this nity for win
MQlidatlon was J7.SU. Tliero were re
corded for the greater New York W,
$! voles, and against It i,Mh hnu
slum) city's majority or union with
New York w WJ. The other places
In queens iwuiiiy have not yet made
reports, but Indications are Hint Ihpy
will all favor uoiisulldullun. JlJyhmumi
ooilDly, (uo, exjruwJ )M OJillilun I)U
U wunM to he part of llje midsu)t))lw,
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are ytl to be iifunJ frum, hut fl Is ijut
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Lawlessness During Elections to
SOME SENSATIONAL REVELA'IONS.
Politics as Corrupt ns
Chicago, Nov. 10. The Evenlug
Post says today, that owing to tho law
lessness lu the pollro district during
the eleotion, tho olvio federation and
civil service reform league, baoked by
the powerful Union league club and
other prominent organizations will,
upou tl)3 convening of tho state legls
lature,secure the appointment of an in
vestigation board. Its work is ex
pected to rival for sensational revelations
that of tho Luxow committee in New
THE COOK GANQ.
They Sack a Town and Shoot two
COFI'EYVIIiLE, NOV. 10. TWO of the
Cook gnnjr plundered the town of
Leuapah, I. T., and left a bloody trail
bohlnd them yeslerday. They entered
he town In the character of bold
bandits without any attempt ut con
cealment and terrorized tho citizens
until they had carried out their plan of
robbery. E. E. Mellon, a bravo young
man who attempted to stop them with
his gun when they woro riding away,
was shot and killed. Another man
whoso name cannot be learned tonight
Is said to huve beeu seriously wounded.
Both of tho victims were with u small
force of citizens who hastily armed
themselves and attempted to prevent
the escape of the bandits. The robbers
were mounted on fast horses and wore
beaTlly armed. Tho rubbers
the proprietors of two stores and looted
both places. They also robbed the
The Army Ohangeo.
Wabhinoton, Nov. 10. Secretary
Lament Is today arranging for trans
fers among the commanders of army
departments, due to tho retirement of
General Howard. The present plan Is
to make the following nhaugps; Gen
eral Miles from Chicago to New York,
General Ruger from Ban Francisco to
Chicago, General Merrltt from Bl.
I'aul to Ban Francisco, General Jirooko
from Omaha to Ht, Paul. General
Forsylhe Is to bo stationed at Omaha,
General McCook Is to remain ut Den
ver. General Wheeler at Ban Antonio
and General Otis at Vancouver bar
racks, m ii m .. . ii. !
For household economy there Is noth
log like Dr. Price's JJuklng Powder.
PMH I lip . i.lll .11 lll.M.I,
HvtrmtWQN, Uul Nov, u.Flfty
pound of dynamite exploded yester
day on the jjollwood ft (efer bower
eontraut, John Jfartman and Norton
Ktllur were billed arid John Klynn fa
tally Injured, ilesdenor were badly
wreuked. Tbo damage Is nmy thou
sunds. Eleven men were wanning
the dynamite when It exploded-
Gen, jMcOook Promoted.
VAnmwuw, Nov. lu.llritfuififr
General Alexander McDowell MiJook
bus been appolnltd Major-fientral of
the UnlltdHiait-'s army, vlve Oenmul
Howard retired! JM)e W. Puisylbe,
of tbu siiyenib I'ttva I ry, bus Inen pro
molwl lu brlujdlur uouprwl lu wmml
Um J'P l Webtki,,
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VALLEY LOCAL NEWS.
Profs. Bradley and Aylsworlh gave
their musical and calcium light enter
tainment, that has been billed for this
place. They had a full house and the
program waa exceedingly well ren
dered. Prof. Bradloy aa stcreopllcan
and lecturer made tho views which he
exhibited very lnterestinir and in-
structlve, especially the views which
were accompanied by tho song nnd
mnslo explaining them, Prof Ayls
worth acting as mutlcian. For lack of
time they could not give tho entire pro
gram. Prof. Aylsworlh waa greatly
cheered on his comic siuglng T.ie
ontortalnment closed by a cowbell exer
cise by Prot. Aylswotth lu whioh ho
rendered the familiar tuue, "Home
dweet Home," in good stylo which
caused great applause. They expect to
roturu to Hnlsh tho exhibit lu tho
future. We will gladly welcome them.
Rev. Bashor, of Boadvlllo, stopped
Friday with his daughter, Mra. George
Mr. Reuney and family, of Balem,
visited with Mrs. Renney'a parents
Elsie Jones, daughter of H. Jones,
died Friday, November 0, of typhoid
fever. Funeral at the M. E. church
tfunday nt 11 o'clook. Tho death of
this bright, promising and beautiful
child was sad, yet, God in hla wisdom
lias recalled the boon his love had given
them, and though the body moulders
here tho soul Is eafo with Jesus and
Wo had a Httlo treasure once,
She waa our Joy and pride,
Wo loved her, ah I too well,
For soon she slept and died,
All Is durk within our dwelling,
Lonely ore our hearts today,
For the one wo loved so dearly,
Has forever passed away.
Highest World's Fulr award for Dr.
Price's Cream Baking Powder in Chi
cago, First honors aud gold mobal at
the California Midwinter Fair confirm
tho Chicago triumph,
from 2014 preolncla In California In a
total of 2274 precincts give Budd
104,100; Esteo 103,310. Budd's plurality
Is 707. This is based upon tho plu
rality of 11,220 for Budd in Bon Frau-
Later reports from the registrar'
ofllco today glvo Budd a plurality of
11,404 with two precincts, which huve
formerly given Democrutlo pluralities,
to hear from, Those will giye liudd a
plurality of I02J,
Bckoonor Bottpmsldo Up.
Ban Fhanojbco, Noy. 10, The
schooner, J, B, Leeds, which Is be
lleyed to he (he vessel sighted bottom
side up of! Umpmm baron tbo Oregon
coast, sailed from Ventura for IJmprjuu
aud Is now long overdue ul the latter
Gunboat Leaves for China.
VAW.WO, Cttl, Nov, 10,-Tbe Uni
ted Htutos gunboat Vol k town bus left
the imvy yurd for China,
fil the past twenty days (he oily
police isourt lias bad only live eases of
drubenmss in puss upon, Gum lu four
days Is not it hud record for a nlty of
Mrs, '1', It, MberhJuj,, of Hwlwx, Is
n-glslered at Um. WJ!uel!e, HJiu
visiting bur dttiiubiers' who are u'demb
ingsuboollu Ibfs uJly.
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PllV$i tluwi ilB iwyeulug p. ilowl
Uiiltjjjy J'MsrtlPr, ihruup JJjp fil)oj
o lii Iwtallmlt ujauji fii wUiw In l)i luaj yvjil!
UM, mlf jumlufaotf Uii? ummry pj ?))) Um $
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Ban Francisco, Nov. 10. - Wheat
Chicago, Noy. 10. Wheat, Cash
54; Dee. 64J.
i'oktjland, Nov. 10. Wheat
0; Walla Walla 0203.
Dainty aa a pretty moldon, delicate
as a rare perfume, delicious aa a fresh
plucked fruit, is tho food cooked with
ur. Price's Cream Baking Powder.
ROMANCE OF TWO STATES.
Reunion or h Cctipla AMrr Thirty Yean'
A story which began over 80 years
ngo, nnd which dates back to tho late
war, h:w just hnd a strango soqnol in
two states Kentnoky and Texas.
When tho war opened, Dr. W. H.
Richardson of Kentucky lcitBlandvillc,
in that stato, and went to Texas, whero
Soon nftor tho wedding ho loft hla
bride to join tho Confederate army. In
attempting some speculation ho was re
duced to tho lauks, and becoming dis
satisfied left and went to Moxico,
There, in tho year 1807, ho hoard
that his wifo was dead. But ho remain.
ed in Moxlco until tho present year.
Thon ho resolved to rotnrn to Kontuoky.
Ho arrived In his native country, and
wiiilo tracing up n laud claim found it
uoccssarj- to write to hiswifo'srolativos
in tho Lone Star Stato.
This correspondence hnd nsurprlso in
store for him. His wifo was found to
bo living. Sho had waited 13 years and
then bad taken another husband.
Tho doctor was siuglo, and, rojoicod
to hear that his wifo still lived, howroto
to ask if filie hnd lost hor lovo for him.
Sho rcpliod tlmt sho still loved him,
aud that if ho said tho word sho would
glvo tho second husband his walking
Tho doctor waa willing, and tiuo to
her word tho woman told husband No.
3 that ho must go.
Ho noted on hor ndvlco, and last wook
Richardson went to Texas aud "was re
united to tho wifo of his youth" aftor a
separation covering a poriod of 32
Queer things happen somotlmos in this
very queer world. Atlanta Constitu
tion. THE NEW 'CONSUMPTION CURE."
Rome of the Itulci of Mm lllkck For ut Treat
ment Which Ii Attracting Attention.
1 A. .. IS . it aa i
e nt n now -consumption euro" in nm, yi
uiacjc i'oroac uio principle or tlie treat
ment, says a Berlin correspondent, is to
build up n system so strong that it will
rofuso lodgment to tho insistent tuber
olo bacilli. To eat plentifully, to lire
day and night in fresh air and to rest
properly nro tho chief ttnota of tba
mothod. Tho food is prepared by weight,
and, nolens volous, it must bo eaten.
Damp, rainy days koop uo patiout in
doors, nnd rainy, damp nights sos uo
ventilating windows shut Evidently
tho horr doctor believes damp air is bet
tor than poisoned air, nnd it is poisoned
air that tho weakonod Inngs cannot
Ouo feature of tho treatment is to rest
by lying down ouo hour befuro nioals.
This Is insiritod upon. This aooords with
at least ouo eminent practitioner in this
country, who in his dietary for iuq J
cases of incipient consumption Jnslsta
upou 2!0 minutes' rest upou tho bed be
fore ull incul esoopt breakfast,
In the German euro tho groaUat at
teutlou Is paid to tho euro of tbo snutuw.
Paper buudkerohlefs nro used, and tlw
patients am taught that it Is not alone
lufuotlou to others that is guarded
njjiiliirit In their uImsoIuId eletnllnww,
but relnfeotlon lu tbejnsel ve a ob
vlously poleut ally In ouuriog the prop
Jlonbius iMJing iihcu ;or enure hmm
of parts of the continue, (be new pef
forutud nloths uiq tunployud for trlwr
mbiH the Mbw mid bordering (be klrt
bum or vi,rklrt
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mottbolyandtt euie for MUm yhtek
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