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THE JURY3 VERDTOr.
Japannso Wotmn la Buried Thla
KolluwiiiKlgihe cuucluiliuK pofllou
i..u uiironera inquest
money BtuonR themselves to purcbtw.
conin am! In secure the service bf'a
hrarso. iTliiwe wbo contributed toward
the funeral expeuixja were part China
men nml the remainder Jai. Tl.ln
morning (he hu.ly f.f Uie Ji woman
was placed In a tilcoiy lluishe.i coffin
vv,iin ,,' " i'":einnauicoiy tluislie.l coffin
Xi taZn"!rn T? "H" wm..Iw ,..,!- r,earlnK
ssNn. I H f T i ii i ! I
& W-V r fClB'?Ml'yfl (Sfr T ft
sasf. KWiv lJC3wi in.Tw'WasW
Kffi3r.M . rv
.ojaiitH 10 me witness stand. "Come
uiiwn mwu uih win hi.
to Uilbcrt and Pattertoti'M, left thereat
7:30 ocl.ck, went to opera bouse,
remained there 10 minutes; weut to
free show corner HMi ...i u
Ktreets. Haw or ln-urd uo commotion
ou Litany street. K.m.n hiu....
, boj told mo that two Chinamen had
iiiuriierwl Japanese woman. Went to
the bouse of the Japanese wouiuu,
arrlvlnu there about 8:30 o'clock, went
back to the snow rcmalued until show
was nut. Came up towo, met Beth
Wade, went home, went tS bed. Lte
that night Chief Dilley and Htcorder
Kdts came to my house, wnko ma im
asked me where 1 was that nl.rht i
7:30 o'clock. Told tUem I wn , ....
entertalumeiit at the unprn'hmi'i
After another close examination Green
was excused ior the time being, to bt
called to wltue stand ain iHtr I,.
Hoon Kum, proprietor ef Chinese
drtijj store on Liberty street, was called
to llio witness stand. "Wan nt. tin
UlO lllSCrlnlloU "At nMt. Piinnr-t
services wcro held from Coroner A. M.
Chjugb'a undertaklujr parlors at 10:30
uisiuurunig auu mo remains wero
Interred In fliM t?..iin .,....
Tho funeral vm lrm.i ti..,i.ui r
the Chinese anil Japanese of this city.1
llio woman was burled without any
rengious rervices wiiatovcr.
tlio oko. It
nj ben cn
tlflo mcu of
r v"i"..,",ii ?J
"Tchargo In 20
oustwiichlnr of tho cyti
by clay o,
fulcfclr. OrcrZCOO prlrttoendotcmpnts.
i rreiuaiur nus inrtm Itnnolenry .a llio Ant
tip)' " u a tyrap'.om ofRrminol vrcAkncts
.1. .. . VMM UU StVj'UVU 1U .UtUtB
V J'!fcTuojicwINcocryvaiinadily tho Special
S . ? tats oftlio old frmnusHudscn Medical Institute.
-v w niu buujil'um viiiiiizcr iuaac ic is varv
irt'iful, but ba mlcfs. Eold for 81.00 a iwck.
oorn picVR.f t for ?5.00(r'lln8olcdboxCT),
ST lbll t.llUlb II U Ullllllk UUIU.
t enll tiy cured
If you boy
tU bo Bont to ; on f o of nil charcrs.
gccu'ii u rirn i-niina (CMimmunis. AnurcM
C TffTnmnv nirnrnir. ihutitittw
auu. rraucmcv, uui.
rCiked & Inflamed Udders.
1Brtiiscs and Strains,
' Running Sores,
Harness & Saddle SorM.
U WUIL1C VlllllCUia,
fjftembrane and Tiss;.v
Quickly to the Very
Ousts It in a Jiffy.
Mustang Liniment conquer?
Makes flan or But well
Mb IUI ' V
. asB-" .. --...hm
Sir ain non.rlon
cbtrge. or ur lofliniu
lion. Irrlutlou ur nlr
Hon if ninio turn'
bini ' Mirlaitu.
Lee's store that evening, did uot see
any straugo Chinamen In town n...i
evening, lifeu In Gervuls several days,
Know gnat many Cnluamen living In
country uround Balem, do uot know
any Cbloameu 1IIuk near Chemawa.
Heard of woman bclug killed that
-veiling, went aiound to house of Jn.
anetw woman, saw her laying on the
Hour, Leo Uak Fook wua holding her
up. Held lamp while they removed
womau to sitting room, do uot kuow
who killed the woman, do not knn
the nicely dressed man who ran au t
woman was acquainted with LoBam,
Gee, (dtelnei's Chinaman) and a num
ber of others." When nresjed to ieh
who did It ho said, "I will be honest
and tell nothing but the truth, I will
uot tell u lie."
Geo. Buu, the state street merchant,
was next called: "I kujw Mugglt
Tuoyo.acqualnted with her three weeks
ago when she camo to mo to rout souio
property. Do not know who klllodher.
daw no strange Chinamen lu town
that night, I know Bam Heo. He like
Magtrlo Tuoyo. Hum Goy good frlond
to Blacclo Tuoyo. Never heard him
say who ho thinks killed the woman.
JNoiHMly knows who killed hor. Do
not know who did It. Nobody lu
town. Maybo some stranner. Haw
nono In town that nlaht." When
asked by Juryman C. A. Gray as to
whore ho wan born the Chlnamau an
answered after some hesitatien: "I
was born In China, lust us sun was
coming up. No clouk lu China at that
time you know." When ojked If ho
knew who committed tho deed he con
tinued: "HI knew who killed that
woman I would toll you. Was home
between 7 and 8 o'clock Friday night."
Willie Btantou, a lad reBldlucr at the
corner of Mill and Blxteenth streets,
was next called: "Baw Jack Green at
show at 8 o'clock Friday evening. He
was drunk when I saw him. Not dead
drunk but bad been drinking. Juab,
did not tell me anvthlnir about the
Japanese woman being killed. I knew
about woman being killed at 7:40
o'clock but did not tell Jaok anything
about It. Alter tho show I overtook
him aud walked up home with him.
Passed throuKh China store Into tho
Jupaneso woman's rooms and found
hcrslttlnprup. Did uot seo Jack there
at all- Baw Jack at tho show about
U o'clock, but did not see him agulu
until after tho show. Heard no talk as
to who did the killing except what the
police learned from the murdered
woman before she died. Baw two
Chinamen run out from the Japanese
woman's rooms and Jump onto a pas
log street car. About live minutes
later beard that Japaneso woman had
been killed. Tbe men Jumped ono of
the cars going to tho fair grounds.
Did not go with Jaok to Maggie
Tuoyo'a house and told him no thing
about the murder of tbe woman."
George Bun, the Btato street mer
chant, hero described the two men
that youug Btantou saw Jump the
street car for the fair grounds to be
bard working Chinamen and that
they left the building Just beforo the
inuruer was commmeu.
At 4 o'clock Monday afternoon all
the testimony had been received In the
inquest over the remains of the un
ruminate Jaoanese woman, and the
case was turned over to the Jury who
soon brought in a verdlot as follews:
"That the deceased was Tayo Wat
aube, a femalo native of Japan, aged
25 yearrfflud that she came to her death
on the evening of tbe 4(b of October
by her throat being cut, also her face
and band with some sharp knife or
dagger by some person or persons un
buown to tbejury and that tbe direct
cause of death waa occasioned by tbe
wound Jn the neck." James Batchelor,
foreman j t. . rosi, wro. oarKeniu,
M. K. Uoodell, u, a. uiy,
John nookJiam Frorowaaa scholar
and n man or much literary ability, bnt
ono of those whoso work, for somo rea
son, finds a very slight bearing. But
oven If his literary work should boqulto
"ijkuhoi mo stones or inn absenco of
mind will llvo as long ns luoongmoni
error continues to nmnso.
Ono day lie Fat repenting fiomo vereoa tc
Mr. John Murray in Mr. Murray's oftlocV
and his host bocmno so iutorcsUid in thb
poora that hn asked tho poet to go homo
with him to dinner and coutlnuo tho
recitation. Mr. Finrn. KfnrMn.1 tn n,i u
so late, excused hiiusolf. Ho had been
married that niorninrr. Im until nr.,1 it-
was already past tho Jionr when ho hatt'
promised his wifo to bo ready for tholr
Journoy into the country.
Another such story rests ou tho au
thority of Ids wifo hcrsolf. Mr. Frero
had just been introduced to hor at an
evening party and offered to tako he
down stairs to procuro bouio refresh
ment. Ho becninn so inrsrAsrvT W'Mii.l.
conversation, however, that ho Ura'uk
tho glass of hegnsho hadpottrcd for'hof
and wns about to conduot her up stairs
WllO.ll sllO lanollillt'l V roinniwf rnf r.l xeitU
him for having forgotten her neoda.
ajiih, buo saiu, "convlncoU me
that my now acquaintance was, at any
rate, very different from most of the
young men around usl" Youth's Com
panion. Unique Adrertlntnc.
A talo is told of Robert Bonnor and
of his boliof in advortlRlnir. firm ,iv l,x
cngogod a wholo pago of n uowspapo
mm luiwuiuu a nvo no auvorusomout
upon It over and over ogain. It must
havo been ropoated 6,000 times upou
the pago in tho smallest typo.
"Why do you wasto yonr rnouoy,
Robort?" asked a friend. "I noticed
that samo lino so often. Would not half
a pago havo answered your purpose?"
"Half a naro wonM nnvnr !.
caused you to ask tho question, " ropliod
iur. uonner. "At joast llvo pooplo will
ask that to ovory lino, was tho way I
uguroa .- ew xork newt.
woman anil Actors.
Capoul, tho French tenor, was the re
cipient of volumes of lottors from lady
admirers both here and in Paris. On th
English stage, besides Mr. Irving; Mr.
Aloxander, Mr. Hare and Mr. Bancroft
have been overwhelmed with n goodly
iiuuiuer. uut i am torn uy ono who
knows that no uctor living ovor received
such a number of admiring oplstlesfrom
tho fairer sex as tho lato John Clayton.
Among actresses Mrs. Ban croft "has
porhops bpen tfoatpd to the ldnini4 at
tentions. Mrs." John Wood, too, on the
first or lost nlghtof her play had always
hor dressing room convortod Jnto a per
fect bower of floworo, and littlo gif ta of
for Infants and Children.
MOTHERS, Do You Know ...
Balaafln,s llrops, Godfrey's ConlUI, many io-ctlt4 8oothliiff eyrupi, and
most remedte for children are composed of opium or morphine?
Ic Ts Know that optutu and morphine ore Mupetylug narcotic potsona?
Vew Know that In most couutrlcs drussUtaorc not permitted toaelt narcotics
without labeUug them potsoni ?
Vert Know that yon i,0uld uot permit any medicine to be jrlven your child
unlets you or your phyilcUu know or what It Is corapoied ?
Xta Yaa Knovy that CatorIn U a purely vejrttaulo preparation, and that a lUt of
R InjtrtdlenU la jmbllsheil with every bottle ?
o Vew Know that Caitorla la the pretcrlptlou of the famous Dr. Samuel Mtcher.
That it has been lu uie for neatly thirty yean, and that moro Caatorla 1 nowaold than
fall other remedies for chltdreu combined 1
P Tew Know that the ratcnt Offleo Department of the United Stale, and of
other countries, have Usued exclusive rIRht to Dr. pitcher and his n.tlgtu to use the word
" Casterla" and lu formula, and that to Imitate thou U a state prison otlense?
Ho Vew Know that one of the reasons for crnntlujr this government protection
waa because Castoria had been proven to be nbxolutcly Itanulcnnr
no Vow Know that as average doses of Castoria are furnished for 3
eentfl, or one cent a dose ?
no Vow Know that when possessed of this perfect preparation, yourcldldrea may
be kept treU, and that you may have unbroken rett ?
Well, tltcac Million ore worth knowing . Tlicy are facts.
. . nssaaHsasjsBHsRaa
COLLEGE m: MUSIC
of the Willamette flbiversiiy.
-UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT-
hMXLij. WKl.KIl,InsrllMeata Director;
M l ' . f t
COLD BLAST-REATHER CO.
Are tho ouly renovators that dry tho feathers with a hlnsfc or"
cold air, which leavos tho feathers tough, clean and sweot.
14Q COURT STREET.
Is) on every
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria.
'im imsanaaaq.i.iLi . 1 1 i J ,
IN PIIIOE OF-
STREET GAR TICKET?
2 CENTS EACH.
Satan Steam fjeing and Cleaning forts
1 lave removed to the south room of the ponc-flice block, where tho nronrletor Is
fitting up the csubllihment with the Intel appliance. f.
STEAM CLEANING AND DYEING.
The plant Is the most extemtve one In the state, helnc prepared to har
kinds of fine fabrlqs, makes apeclalty of Ladle.1 and &W clotninc
o . ;' .T""' "!S :S"",,, . " ft'he ?5 wd twovated.
men. blanket.. i.,tt;.i,.: :,..? i.r :.."". ..VU1".,"B C1C"
Order,' nrnmnU.' .A.A."'x"'ZZ,t"" ". " " 5? Ma "OWtl.
toiicUedJ ' ' ' "' '""" Fre w siage. Your patronago Is
COMMERCIAL BTBXBr?1 SOIT, JProp.,
-BXCELSiO - STABLE-
E. C, Hansen, Manage.
jowolry literally pourod In upon hor.
-liorowaseno biuiglewitb: tho luterlp-
huh "dii-sb yonr nrr," wupthcr It waa
Mrs. Woods' hoart or art that was blessod
toinalim h rldrtlo to thl' iliiy, Lomldsl
Ho was going down tho street with
tottering gait and n wild oyo. A ohlrppo
dlat'a advortUomeut canghf his glance.
Yea," ho muttorcd wearily, "that's
Just It. Thafa thoMlirerorico'botwbon
n.M' ' ' s
"What lsr askod tho iwllceman,
"Wo foetho hoat" - ' '
"Whllo they hoal"
Ho gaaped and Bank to the pavo, and
tho policeman went und rang for the
ambulanco. Washington Star.
OomtnonDlnirnflAlinrTih. ilm Union. rvn.nii.t.i.. ........ ... .
- ..i. .. . ,.-- ........ W..UIIUI.III, nnvonnimny rorapnqr will place
on sal tickets Reed unlit used, nt thorntoofo perlOJ.orSWoenUe-oli, Ttai-etloket-may
be uted by Dy one without restriction of nny kind.
Tll-Oomnanv hi. In rMitvnM a ti.A M.nn.i . ..... . ........ '.
Baiem,droldedto try llie experiment fora few montns, und If (tie Increased putronsgo Justi
He tbe anhoard-ot low rate It will tornado permanent.
Tickets on tale at Die oflloe after October 7, ItfflJ.
179 CovrviERCi-!r Street,
Only good horses uaed. Satisfaction guaranlood.
back of Stato Tnsuranco block.
Tit, ffnlvjiivll v !... !...
October , 5th.
. ,.-,,-v.vn. vHvnvu, u, -( wtmx-B
Ca.Kfrr !.'.. .?. Hnrter "SV VArrSsTiSiBK
9U.uk la .WUJWII1 UJK DM BU IHOU)lhan H !!. en ... Zri"?'"-
noum. lAdlDf la two year to tm4iBM
kn.u. rgeft IP" nl?u o?wPliedlrpay ever mode ot the resources. Industries, commerea.
UMo.tVofci!SS2,tV,t'n',,rr,- "'""'aoture nnd transportAlton film.
unsporUtl lineal KtnemuMc. rijifclui attractions every day. llouaonall
Ublldren under 12 vetra.
JE, C MASTER Soc.
Kor (.xlilblt space apply nt the exposltloa
0. II. HUNT.Supt
" r i mtmm i i i 1 1 m
A 5UaE0K'3 KrSlp?
gives you a fttllug- of horror and dread.
There Is no looser necessity for Its use
In many diseases formerly regarded as
Incurable without cuttluy. The
Trlarapii of CaserVlfvc Surjery
1 well Itlustrsled by the ftict that ' '
RIlPTIlOr- or "reach Is nowr-.A
UUI AUtti; eailjr cured without the
knife and without pain. Cluiasy,chat
lur trusses can be throwu away I They
never cure but often Induce luflanima.
tlon, sttangmlatlou aud death,
Tl IMOR'n Ovarian. Wbrold (Uterine)
1 UJHUIlm manyjthrs.areow
removed without tho perils of cuttiuc
PILB TUMORS, 5SSW5T,S,rd
other diseases of the lower bowel, are
permanently cured without pain or re
sort 16 the Vnlfe. l
CTflNP ' the Pladder. no matter
verlsed, washed out and perfectly re
moved without cuttluff.
QTBIT.TIIRP orurinsry PsimmIs
cuttlof In Imndreds of cases, forpam-
pnici, rcicrcQcri ana an particulars,
send to cents (in stamps) to world's DIs-
MUlUUUBp OOJ MS1H
The WiIIaiii?tfe Motel
LEADING HOTEL OF THE CITY.
reduced rules. Management liberal. Electric cars Iravo hotel for all pub
llo Dtilldlogs and polnta.of iutcrest. Hperlal ratea will bo given to permanent
A.. I. WAGNER,
PlRST NATIONAL BANK DU1LDINO, SALEM. OR.
W. I. STALKY, 1'aiNClMU
Hcfiool.lii continuous srmIsu. Htudenta way enter nt any tlraa. it
T. ,SiL ,hS!i ? "P"1 ! Prerre for some buslnea pursuit Tfci attend i
SSI1 ?2fw X ,r'ftMaU ! of tm.lneas tratilnr may be baa
Su?.rn(5.lieie0Eoeert.Uurir"H . tJo-pTO
Businws, Shorthand, Typwritinf, Penmanship and English,
, , ... Thle to poalll-ely the only - ' .'
BSl?iL.jB.0Wan u,.lBf tn lateroinmunlcailon system ot bust
ncM praelioe. UuUftown atuasnu tncy socor board aa4 fumtabed room
?JfStJtt?.'l:f mJ w.e, Write m oaai VltwM cieS
giving mil information relative to cour of ptndy.ratVtuitoT)-fter .-isv
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GBPAT THE UFFV OAlX KOTJTJE
NHLThe Shortest and Quickest Line
Pacific Coast Points,
Btrett, Duffslo, N
and those toon to be
should know that Pr
childbirth of Its tqr
tures, terrors aud
dan.er to -otli
mother and child, by
stains; nature in pre
paring- the system
Thereby 'f labor":
and (he twirlod ofl
greatly shortened. It also promotes the
secretion of sn abundance of nourishment
for the child.
. ., I Mrs,DoaAA,OpTiis.ofOiArr,Oiy,or..
fONKItAt, BEUVICtS. 7jr... writs! VflKa I bMa taking Or!
ad II) I- ,c,Vt" rwiw nwiiaiyM. t wm noiauc 10
auwiii tUu, 6 myfcH wlthMrt suRerbi. almost drstb.
nnnllfili a ni ti lII hu (a ,.. ' 1
BARR & PETZEL,
HEATING and COOK STOVES
WOOD AND IRON
Plumbing and Tinning.
2V4 Conmiorcinl Street.
Seo us beforo ordering.
St. Paul and the?East
Crosseboth the Caac-des and am. lordlD8 Jrasaengera ;tha
Grandest Scenery in America !
Tn Mil tm i.M A.. tl..-. .. ...r. . ... . .
4, i h "" v '""" ' uinituui uho av ii o. m. vis Heaiiie. ana ou at :l n. ra. vbv'O. R.
S.M-d,Sl'ok."n,. unJ?' equipment, con Istlng ordlulng wrs. buirit llurory ciS!
Klff.i.W "Phil'terea tnurfstsleeplpgeitr Tbe bunit library wm nri nrvl "of f glmoe
f? ?'?' V.PP" sinlng. bath rpo-n. barber shop.ewy cbaliu. elo. .he niain nr!.tfri
ern lu luiv
Joy a dslighilul
... .luiiiii.uiii iHin iuiuiu overx unmy ana!
Inao l.jjind. Xfetrolt. Ulevslend aud UnBalo In connection with the
llveyi.uriJtsrid vttlff)ltlllUN bTKAMMUl' tXiJlf
ul ride frRonx tbe tmut and ust. '.ortiekeU or general Infurm,
lnfurmatlOi nill ou
BQZORTH BROS., 210 commkroial btreet,
tt. a WKVKNHflWIu' " ' A. ? VSlHrON, O. V. T A ,
o Kront st;. Besttle, Warh. )j Third St.', l-oitlaud, Or
a Hnmluii nf t Im frtnila n(l
era of tbe dead woman raised enough
Children Cry fr
"" m w 'inwn pwfvcflHCwvwtOH orals.
Now I do all jny housewoflc. wahltnr. cooking,
sewing a4 rrerytM-g foe my fcay of eight. Tl
am uounr uqw Mssa-t htn bWalki sU jears.
J, C. GOODALE,
COBURG LUMBER YARD,
TWELFTH STREET, NEAR DEPOT
All gradea and dlmetiHloua or IluMlnLuiubcr.t tLnrnont aloolt aud Iowttl
Vtloeu, J. K. 11A1U-R. JUarisger.
Take theOnaCent Daily
BLANK ORDER SHEET,
Road Machlnory and AgriculturalSlmplements.
LaUst;isprovod Qooila and Lowwt Ttlee.
W. Cr, U mi Ll-arty St. SALEM OREGON.
Stato .'Daily or Woekly.
Amount Enclosed ,$
g.'-ig' -"Jsai 8ini'w;".g:rrT'
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