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SALEM, OltEGONaaU0SAY,.OCTOl$EU 8, I8!3.
The Colors of Yellow,
Blue and Red,
NOW PREDOMINATE IN THE CITY
Decorations lo Welcome Stale
KNIGHTS OF THE PYTHIAN ORDER.
Public Reception This Evening
Balem la a convention city. It la
entortilnlug two of tliein this week
I ho Grand Lodge K. of P. an assem
blage of tbo beat young blood of Ore
gon are our guetU and tbey are being
made royally welcome.
The members of Ceutrnl lodgo and
Ceutrnlla Temple havo prepared n
splondld program of entertainment
aud will carry It out to the lettor.
Tbey consider the Blate Grand lcdgo
tbclr special gutsta aud tbelr programs
will be carried out to tbe letter,
Tbo city Is already decorated and by
Wednesday will bo In a full blaze of
glory In honor of I ho order. Tbe city,
Its lodges, Its places of business, Its
'public Institutions will all be thrown
in to tho Py thlana.
PROMINENT K V. l'KOFLH.
(ng the grand ledge:
- Supremo Repicsontativo Jett and
iwlfe, Baker City.
' Graud Chancellor Al. WadJell, Port
. . ..
Uranu xroasurer bargont, roruanu.
Past Grand Chancellor, A. A. Cleve
Past Grand Chancellor, A. A. Fuller,
Dr. Geary, of Medford, vlco grand
-ohancellor will bo u caudldate for state
John Holmes, of Portland, who was
for six years master of the exchecquer,
LSO fcKlNE Llr
OF LADIES XMsVtf
ahould bo all right afoot 'as In other
ways. With them good shoes are
everything. Everything good In foot
wear for boys la shown In our great
stock shoes for school, for work, for
play, shoes for all occasions and kinds
of wear except short wear. All our
shoes aro long wear, and long wear
shoes are Inyarlably the cheapest. Boys
are apt to be hard on 8hoes,and accord
ingly their shoes must be adapted to
rough usage. There's eoonomy n
wearing shoes With plenty of weir In
them. Get your boys' Bboea of us uud
Glassware, Underwear, Table Linen,
okw." Timhrollas. Gloves,
ieVi:. f .11 Kinds. Tinware,
HWMtwMMMH And for Tablets and Slates Never so Cheap
0, 1 and 2 Lamp Chimneys Only
hiiiI has all the lrotiors ami rank of n .' Ings are featooued the red, liluo aud
past graud cbaucellor, la ono of thejyeilow.
veterans or tue order In attondauco.
Grand rrclate, Turner Olliver, of
J. M. Parmer, of Portland, district
deputy and representative.
tub home i-onon.
The Salem Lodges are dolm; all In
I their power to handle the large crowds.
I Central lodge has 08 membera and will
probably not escape being honored
with some of the grand lodge ofneors.
It is tiie custom to give the town where
It is held proper recognition.
MeMlnuVllle: H. H. Case, O. II.
Kill-Put nmVlt 1(! tT rUtitliniinaii
W. T. Glez.
Sllverten: W. H, Brown.
Uuleu: W. H. Glllen, M. F. Dayls.
lSngene: S. W. Taylor, J. O. Watts.
Priuevllle: C. H. Bell.
Pcudleteti: H. L. Hexter aud Mlsa
Ilextur, LouIb F. Cook.
Wauce: J. Marsh and wife, A. Cam
erou. BukerClty: W. A. Weatherby and
wife, A. 8. Bhockley.
Heppner: Mrs. T. Quale), Alvah,
Orrin and Oils Patersou.
Woedburu: W. E. Finzer and J. H.
East Pertland: F. ft Neal, H. C.
Ashland: W. B. Million, Win. Pat
terson. Cernelius: J. T. Dorrlen and J. W.
Oregon City: F, V. Holman uud
Pertland: H. R. Long, P. Bamber
ger, Chas. Fellows, Wm. Cake, F. D.
fteames, Tbos. McCusker, W. H.
Downing, G. F. McConnell and wife,
L. M. Sbellaberger, Harry Behoof, W.
Wanner, J. H. Banks. J. P, Kennedy
Frank Mottir, Secretary Chamber of
Commerce and C. F. Drake.
Medferd: G. Merrlman and J. A.
Brownsville: W. C. Cooley.
Arlingten: L. "Smith and It. Beards
ley. LaGraude: A. B. Hulat.
Westen: H, B. Nelson.
Athena: I. N. Richardson, J. W.
Hood River: J. H. Cradlebaugh, J.
Asteria: Herman Wise, Adolpb
Johnson, W. McCroaky and W. Pohl.
Glcncee: A. K. Watson and J. 8.
Albany: J. L. Wilson and L. Curl
Tbe Dalles: Frank Menefee and J
THE K. P. WALL
Is beautifully decorated in tho colors of
the order. On tbe front of the build
ing, In the hallways, all over the cell-
o C &
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U W $
S c 2 2
wi b S
Tl 3 ffl
8 a) sS
b u o
W d) W -rj
W rQ 0
G H d ,S
uj 0 d 5
& White, Props.
Window Shades, floap,
Hoys' Clothing, Matches
arPrIos our Golds
4c and 5c,
The grand parade Wednesday
at I o'clock sharp us follews:
Master nt Amu In lead U. Daucr.
Horn Lodge No. 85, ot Hllverton.
form on North ilde ofobemeketa, bet.
Commercial and ULtrtT.
Home Lodge, No, 4 ot Indeer.deuce.
KotmonSoulli tldeor Ubemeketa betweeu
Commercial and KrooL
Adclphla, No. 41, of Woodburn.
Form on cast tide of Commercial street be-
twnen ohemeketa and Center.
llertnea Lodge, No. M, of Aurora.
Arlou Lodge, No. 57, of Hubbard.
form on no tth tide ofChemeketa t treet,
between Oommerclatand Kronu
All other vUltlug brother will form on
eaetilderf Cummerclal meet be
tween Ohemekeu and Center.
l'lay or Damon and 1'JthUi, In carrUju.
Central Lodge, No. 18, ol Baloia.
Form on west eldeiof Commercial street,
between Ulnmeiola and Center.i
Temple of Kithbone Blsteie,
Centralis Temple No. 11, ofHAlem, and
Form on Commercial street, between Cen
ter and Ohemoketa.
Grand Representative and Urand Lodge.
Korm on west side of Commercial, be
tween Chemcteta and Center.
"THE HATH BONKS."
This somewhat bomoly .name does
not do Justice to the handsome women
of this order, auxiliary to the K. of P.,
as they uru anything but a boney Idt.
The State Grand lodgo program Is not
yet completed, but follows in the main
tho outline of the K. of P. graud lodge.
The local committees aro as follews:
General commlttoe Meadanies Con
trls, Wlprut aud D. D. Olmsted.
Reception Mesdatues, Bteuelofl,
Linn, Parmnnter and'Mlss Hansen.
Decorations Mesdatuos nox, O. J.
The Grand lodgo will assomblo at
Popular ball, Wednesday at 9 a.m.,
and will be presided over by Mrs, M.
J. Hewitt, Albany. Mrs. 8. J. Henlou
Is grand master of correspondence.
Mrs. Emma Voorlsh, of Heppner, mis
tress of finance. Mn. Altken, of
Huutingt u, grand Juulor chief.
Mrs. Ida M. Weaver, of Boise City,
Is in attendance at tbe State Grand
lodge. She Is supreme chief of tbe
world, holding the highest vfllce in the
Mrs. B. D. Jett, of Huntington, past
grand chief, Is also here.
K. I. NOTES.
J. 8. Medley, of Cottage Grove, Is a
Henry Jacob, of Portland, a travel
log man, Is here.
Cbas. Youngram and George Morloy
of Bllverton, are delegates.
David Davis and J. R. Btegle, of the
St. Helons Mist, are delegates.
Hon. J. H. Stanley and Herman
Scbulmerich are tho Hlllsboro dele
gates. David Osburu, the sherliT, and M P.
Burnett, of Corvollltt, are among the
Jules Levy, of Cobtoniz & Levy,
wbolauils liquor dealers, is in tbe city,
I. N. Richardson, Pendletou, and L.
B. Mitchell, L&Urande, are at the
H. E. Baker, represents Red Cross
lodge of LnGrande, aud is a member
of tbe Grand lodge.
Peter Loggia, Bandon; Thomas D.
White, Murabileld, are Southern Ore
gon delegates, from 400 miles away.
R. H. Greer, grand inner guard of
tbe Grand Lodge, Is a Hlllsboro mer
chant, and would like to step higher to
bo grand master-at-arms.
J. A. Whitman and G. F. Merrlam,
of Medford; Joseph Moss and Bert
Warrou, Grants Pass; W. R. Million,
Aehland, Southern Orrgou delegates,
are at the Willamette.
Geo. F. McConnill, or Portland, Is
G K. of R. and 8., orht-cretary, scribe
In short, and the right man iu the
place where he ought to be. He knows
every delegate by name and is a walk
ing encyclopedia of lodge information,
Otis Patterson, tbe present grand
masUr-at.arma is also spokeu of for
promotion to grand prelate. He Is au
Oregon newspaper fiend aud will make
a flrstclasa high priest. A newspauer
man Is lit for almost any olllaa on
The present officers of tbo lodge art-:
J, A. Waddell, P. G ; J. A.. Hill, G. C.j
E. P. Geary, G. V. O j Turner Oliver,
G. P.; E. M. Sargeaut, G. M. Ex.; G.
F. McConnell, G. K. of Records aud
Seals; Otis Patterson, G. M. A.; R. H.
Greer, G, I. G.; Charles Fellows, G.
$A. W. Glest , of Central lodge Fa'em,
one of tbe strongest In the state, Is
tmntlotied for promotion to theposUIon
Children Cry for
fcarasM DURRANT TRIAL!
Bt-ewtarv of rtie Hlato,
of graud- pro'atii
lodge. Mh. OlwjJ
Insurance burn pa y mid njiys t
conlldotHtjt) Uio'i Ulirti order. Whliu
eta Is popular uA'biie of the bnjs, lib
would uiaka a "b (th priest" after tbo
most approval si; I of tho ohIt, and
would tnnko u iraud irututo tlmt
would Ull tho plat- with cictlli, lnmoi
aud dletltictloii. .
The rohenrtnlao tlio Pthlati dYamu
are completed aiufltwlll bo Magsd In
a very superior mrf iner. The oofttumi-s
are from tbe east, i ml tbo king's gown
alone coat (300. T in II yo leading pans
are as follews: u uou, rror. UiBtmis;
Pythias, Basil Waguer; Dyonlslnx,
Chas. Burggraf; Valknthe, Mrs. Ri.
mu; Heuulou, Mj Joseplnun Hrowu.
Theso parts are nl
idinioult, tho rccl
se and tho text Ih
tatlve In blank v
from French's &t
tiara drauin," ns
acted by Edwin
sentatlon for tli
frorreat. llrst pre
eveulug at Reed'sjiipert house.
uow reolBtcrs oim
.0 of a foot ubovi
low wutor murk.
which Is tho lowi
t stage uttalncd by
the river at any. til
ie this BeaBoii. Al
one tlnio during tl
o summor montba
It registered .7.
Tho O. R. 4; N
Co. huyo adopted a
new schedule forithelr bouts on tho
Willamette river, Jwhereby tho Gipsy
makes three trips
ich week bet wein
Portland and Sulei
Instead of a dally
trip from MibsIot
Lauding to Salem
and return, as slil
several weeks post
has been doing for
connecting at Mis-
tbe Elmoro from
slon Landing Witt
Portlund. By tli
new schedulo tbo
Gipsy lenvca Portland at 0 a. in. Bun
days, Tuesdays and TburedajH for
Balem and on the teturu trip leave
Balaui at 0 a. m. Monday, Wcdtieeday
and Friday, laying over Suturday In
Portland. Deepltotho extremely low
stage oftbe river, tblB llttlo crnlt suc
ceeded in crossing the muny shallow
plaoes on tbo river without tho least
Tho Elmoro, vybloh has been mak
ing dally trips between Balem and
Portland and Mlwlou Landing and
connecting nt vtue latter placo with tl o
Gipsy, has bcon placed ou tbe Yu ni
hil), and wth the Modoc, which aro
two of tbe best boats on tho uppir
Willamette, will handlo tho trade on.
tbe Yamhill river.
Tho Eugene, which has recently been
leased by this company, will attend to
the wheal shipping business of the O.
R. A. Co. ou tbo Willamette, carrying
wheat from Wheatland und other
lower river points to tho Portland
Fourlng mills at Oregon City. Winn
tbe rlvor raises sutllcloutly to euublo
this bout to travel on tho upper river, a
new schedule will probably be adopted
by this company. Captain Geo. Haute
handles tho wheel of tho Eugene,
while Frauk Gilbert an old stenmbout
man, well acquainted with the Willa
mette, will act In tho capuolty of
Tbo Grey Eiglo coutlnues to make
dally trips to Mission Lundiug conect
Ing with the Altona from Portlnud.
She left. Salem at 7 a. in. today with an
averuge load of fregh) and usual large
COURT HOUSE NEWS.
Matters in Probate Other BubIuobs
Iu the matter of tbo ralute of John
Nols, decouHeJ, a petition was filed
with the couuty clerk Monday by J.
H. McNary, administrator, pruylog
that uu order bo ruado confirming the
ale of lot 2 Iu block S Wiutor'u addi
tion to Jellersou; fractional lot 7 in
block 8 and lots 1 aud 8, block 3, ulto
In Wluters' addition; aud directing tbe
execution ol a conveyance to tbo pur
chaser. The prayer was grunted uud
the sale ordered continued by the
Iu the matter of tbo estate of T. F.
James, un Insane perion, tho followlug
named persons wero appointed ap
pralsers of tbe estate; Geo. Wulfur, M.
L. Colllubery aud John Ulnkit. Thu
ioventry shows $2000 In lots 1, 12, 7 uud
8 iu block 10 In Hubbard, also personal
property. The total appraisement wus
named at f 2603 88.
lathe mutter of tlio estatoof John
W. Martin, deceased, a prayer for Unul
settlement wan allowed by the county
court. Tje admlulx'.rutor of this estate
Is J dm Hughes.
The semi-unuuil account Iu the John
Coburu, deceased, ratate has bjen tiled
by Administrator II. J. Bigger.
W. L. ftobblus and Rosa Wkddlu
secured a marriage license from the
couuty olerk Monday,
A few mackintoshes to close out, at
great bargalus at the Palace.
Porcelain Baths 200 Com'l street.
Or. Pi Ice's Cream baking- Powder
ELEVENTH WEtK OF TIIE TRIAL
Defonso Will Havo Its Evldonco
In by Tliiiistlay.
Ban FUANOI8PO, Out. 8. On the
opening of tho llh week of tho Dtir
rant trial today, the dufuuso made a
Unnl struggle to break down tho testi
mony of tho prosecution a process
which In expected to last three days
longer. A few more sludoulH uud bov
oral udditloiml citizens will testify to
Darraul'a excelleht restitution, and
thou tho defeudnnt nliufclf will be
called to the witness stand. It Is tho
lutontlou of thedefoufeo to hnvo Dur
rant recount history ot hU adventures
April .1 from tho time he nccompanltd
Blauohu Lamout to tbhuol until 'u
hour when he retired to rest In his fat
her's hoiioo. It Is understood that the
defendant's testimony will bo guarde
dly given, for tbo purposo of shutting
out tho onus examination of tho dis
trict attorney. Ui.der tho law laid
down by tliosuprom court of tho state,
a witness cannot ho cross cuxmlncd,
oxcept upon actual matters brought out
upon direct oxumluutlou. Tho defetue
lulouds to leave no Icopholo for tho
attack of tbo prosecution. A schedule
of time for tho close of tho trial Is as
Thursday, Attorney Deuprey will
close tho case for tbo defense; Frlduy
and Monday will bo occupied by Dis
trict Attornoy Barnes In sur-rebuttalj
Wednesday the opening argument for
prosecution will bo made, and Thurs
day, Friday and Monday tho closing
eftorts of tho defense will be made.
Tho next day, tho district attorney
will oIoho for tho prosecution. It Is
confidently Cixpootcd that Judge Mur
phy will churgo the Jury not later than
tbo morulug of Wedncsduy, Ootobor
When tho trlul was resumod today.
t'ho defenso iccalled Mrs. Crostett and
J. W, Phillips for additional crosa-ex-amlnatlon.
The ntloruojs hopo to
obtain from them some admission that
there was a baro possibility of their
having mistaken somo other person for
Durrunt. Whether they testify to this
or not, It is expected to cut an Impor
tant figure, Tlnilr ovldeuce will sim
ply open tho way for Itnpeaohmeut of
Judgo Murphy today decided ho bad
no power to punish Miss Carrlo Cun
ningham, the newspaper reporter, for
contempt cf court. During the trial of
the Durrunt case last week Miss Cun
ningham was called to tbo stand by
the defense uud asked to tell where she
obtained certalu Information relative (o
Mm. Leak's testimony. When Mhs
CunuluKham first refund lo answer tbo
queellou Judge Murphy announced
that ho would send her to prison for
a intempt. The court also reversed tho
riling uiudo last week by which tbe
defunve wus deprived of the opportu
nity of asking Dr. Cheney II he was
positive Iu hid own mind that Dunant
attended tbe lecture at Cooper Medical
college ou April 3, The defeute this
morulug resumed the calling of wit
nesses to show the previous good refu
tation of Durrunt.
Leadvjlle, Co),, Oot. 8. James
Moore was Instantly killed and Dee
Morrison fatally Injured by tho ex.
plosion of giant powder In a shaft ou
tho Matohleeu mine. The explotdon
occurred Iat evening but Die men were
tiotfouud until today, MurrUou hy
at the bottom of the shaft ull night Iu
tumble agony, his ejoilght been do
strayed aud hi bony frlghfully
Dr. Prlco'JVrcsm Baking' Powder
Is Slowly Drawing
Highest of all b Lcaveabg Power. Latest U.S. Gov't JHeport
JAP3 VIOXORIOUS AQAIM.
Ten Thousand Slack Flags Sure to be
Shanghai, Oct, 8. A special fmtw
Toklo announces that a Japanese force
In Formosa aud has routed tho tnalu
body, consisting of 10,000 usou of the
black Hags. Tbo engagtmont took
placo near river Tas Flna. Thedispatoh
adds that Iho black Hags leader, Gen
era! Lieu Ynug Fuoh, Is surroundod on
thrco sides by Jnpauese taoops and the
capture of all bis warriors are assured.
Will Ba Arrested.
Dallas, Texas, Oct. 8. Wm.
Wheeloek, secretary or tho Florida
Athktlocliib, wii served with papers
this morulug to upticar before the
grand Jury ut Austin. Papers are also
out fur the arrest of Win. A. Brady,
manager for James. J. Corbett,
Martin Julian, Manager forFltzslm-
moiiH aud presumably for Dan Stewart,
Joe Vortilg aud others all of whom
may be arrested before night. The
papers uro Issued on authority article
000 Toxasof the penal code, which
provides that a conspiracy entered Into
Iu this Btato for tbo purposo of com
mtttiug a felony in another territory or
Wanted A bell boy at Hotel Wil
lamette. Savo money by buylugyour shoes at
Porcelalu Baths-200 Com'l street,
Tuke meals at Strong's.
Is a symptom of disease of the kid
neys. It will certainly be relieved by
Parks Huro Cure. That headache,
baokaohe aud tired feeling come from
tho twmo cause. Ask for Parks' Sure
Cure for the liver and kidneys prloe
1. 0u, sold by Lunn & Brooks. lMw
Dr. Wnrnor's Coralino Cor
sots aro nmdo to fit, to
fit ovory variety of figuro
tall, Bhort, slondor, stout, extra
long, long, medium and short
waisted. Call at storo and get
a book or chart which tells just
what coreot is mado especially
for you. Soe modols in our
Seamless, glove fitting. Ask
GOLD . .
WM ' SEAL
mackintoshes. Guaranteed ab
solutely froo from shoddy.
Mado of tho best Old Para
llubbur. Dont pass thu
tifyj 1UI i.Tl 7 X" tl
J. J. DALRYMPLE & CO,
N H. Send us jour mU ordert for prompt m-ttcntton nl best ct ,
Turkish atrocities; I
Moro Oulr.igcs Heaped On tta j
WARSHIPS ARE IN READINESS
To Protect tho Foreign HmI-
dfiits From AsshhU.
CONdTANTINOl'LK, O.'t. 8. It U I-
porud that n serlou j dliturbaucs be
tweeu tho Armenians aud the Turkish
have broken out at By vas, Vurand and
Bllll?, threo leading el I leu In Armenia.
Constantinople, Oot. 8. -Guard
ships of tbo various powers nro moored
at Galatn in order to be In a position to
render aid to foreign resldonU In oise
It Is needed. A oounoll of itilulstsn
has been held ut the puluce to consider
tho terms of u voU submitted to the
parte by the envoya of six powers,
Thcro havo been no further disturb
ances of a serious nature here. The
.Armenian shops at Sbmboul aud
Galata are closed.
CmcAao, Oct. 8.-Au clovator la
the building of Iho Natloual TaitotSns;
company ou Franklin street, fell 100
feet today. Joteph Raveubtirg was In
ternally Injured, aud will die. Three
other employee were badly injured.
The car had reoebed the fourth floor
"Blame Not Fate
For florrow's which thyself
Did'st first create."
Dont complain if you fail to
get your money's worth when
you buy anothor mnko of
clothes than the
Three Big Brands
wo carry. Its your own fault.
Those gotids aro i ight at your'3
door. Thoy aro tho beat and
sell as low as other kinds.
sells on its mori's. You run
no risk. If not sutiefactory,
money jofundod. Seo the
$10, 72, lff.
Wo show a fin line:
Fedoras. ...... 50o and $1 00
Crush 1 50
Stiff 2 00
We show some good values
at $1.50 a suit.
Buy tho 'Poerlo3s' brand
chashmoro hoso. w25caml 50o
Now lino just in, Seo our
25o and 50o linos.