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SALEM OKEGON. WED23JCSDAY, OCTOBER , 185.
II M I!
IS READY FOR WINTER TRDE ONr
Hosiery and Underwear,
and Clo tiling
Our goods nre bought for cash and wo sell for cash only
SI lowest possible prices. No
urom bad accounts.
274 commercial, ST.
IDABNEY Ofe WHITE, JTlOJr'S.
Glassware. Underwear, Tablo Linen,
I .Hosiery, wnonpnwaro.rnweiiug,
Bhlrli, Umbrellas, Glove.
INc-llons of nil Kinds, Tinware, par mm uui uuun
No, 1 and 2 Lamp Chimneys Only
fSmlMlihom Sisters in (Jrar.d
WZZL1NG, BRILLIANT PARADE,
wXoniplete list of Belogntes to
galorn's banners hang on tno outer
wall, Tho Pythfnn hosts aro in pos
Bin of the city. Our nearis, our
, our capltol, and our reformatory
SSttutlons are open to the five uudu-
'SSJvlaltors of the order of Friendship,
ever was a more brilliant proces-
l'' - .....IuaI. .t.nn mAVOil tle
seen on our nuccto iuu iuv- .
ay to tbe baton ot uniei oinreum
aEuulnfi. and his aides. The stress
iE pythian mm
fk.wise llntd with thousands ofspecta-'-'?
muslo filled tho air, banners wero
'"IjSmc, bravo men and lovely women,
Mining in regalia, ana resplendent
lJiwlforua8, buildings decorated, all
eeblned to form a pageant of which
mm of our noblest fraternal orders may
Jeei justly proud. Long may they
www and flourlab, was the thought
wxpMMcd by thousands. This has boon
raiddoy for the Pylhlans. It was
MjjMplrutlon to all who witnessed It.
-Ifw T,IE EVEtUNa 1,noaBAM
ifkyrm svlcely carried out at Reed's opera
.'---- A nintiirn of ItatUbOUB. tUO
of the order, had tbe plaoe of
Wad the decorations were pro-
la tbe colors and mystic emblems
efMdor. At 0 o'clock tbe grand
tedgekiwllea of the Pythian Temples,
mi. vtstMfig members escorted by Cen.
tral Jlf of yalem entered In the
bmmW over 200.
jkfafGateh, Dr. W. V. Contrls,
bMt ef the order In this city, and
jTffl, JUaatus took seats on tbe atto,
amMUM leaders of the Knlghta uud
,tb lMm Auxiliary. It was a brll
lUutmiHinTiT1 will long be reroera
imj M the most successful publlo
jimimlrr"-" of any fraternal society
ta tkM'ViMory of the state. Mayor
.G;'l eloquent and appropriate
ef wtMned the grand lodges and
UilT them the freedom of the
CUMtfrrr" Commander W. W. Con-
trie UMHTitellvered a brier ana auie au
dreas Ih 4k)gy of " order both locally
4atJf. He referred In a happy
i tbe ladles of tbe order. Dr.
t t. HWfatate trraud chancellor, then
" firr5''1-" thauka of tbe order for
.".-2 ..... fil.o Htpm hrotb.
( w?3S9 la tbelr behalf.
credit and therefore no losaes
Overalls, wiuUow oliicn, roap,
ruma, iuudiy , .. .,.....
Shoes, Boys' Clothing, Matches
And for Tablets and Slates Never so Ciioap
4c and 5c,
Ttio orator of tho order then held the
audience fpell bound for halfuu hour,
In glowing words picturing tho work
of tho order and of tho Maters. Mrs.
Ida M .Weaver crowned tho oveuhmV
How of oloquenco with a masterly
address as supreme chief of tbe order
In thn isr1H
Prof. Raenius closed the
evening with an eloquent appeal to the
Balein neoitle to help tho local order
by attending "Damon uud Pythias."
Balem A. W. Glesy, L. IX. Btlnson.
Arlington R. E. Bmlth, Chan. J
Portland L. M. Bhellberger.
Long Creek W. M. Rudlo, O. L.
East Portland H. J. Shade, M. E.
Bunny view II. V. Cooke, Geo. F.
John Day V. G. Cozad, G. H. Cat
tanach. Iudepeudonoe T. Layton Jonks, V.
Cascade Locks-E. E. Wiley, J. P.
Roseburg Fred JoIiubou, B. W.
Cottage Grove John 8. Modloy.Geo.
Mlltou-J. L. Miller, W. E. Wilier.
Junction C. J. Ehrman, 8. L. Moor
head. Wusco Angus Cameron, Joslah
Oswego L. A. Jackson, 8. Wlnther.
Aurora-H. A Buyder, J. M. Glesy.
Hubbard-n. A. Hlnkle, G. 11. Dim
Ranler M. Booth, J. B. Doano.
East Porlland-J. D Tresham, A. O.
Portland- B. N. A. Downing, Julius
Mltchell-O. C.Maxwell, Dr. E. It.
Prluevllle-C. II. Bell, L. N. Lig
gett. Coudon J. P. Lucas, J. W. Blake.
The graud lodge met at &30. Re
ports of the grand officers were read
aud disposed of. They contain a great
deal of Important matter, but entirely
private to the order. Tho membership
shows up'.abont 3800 In.the state. The
financial condition is shown to be good
considering that the per capita tax was
reduced 25 cents.
The Balem lodge shows largest gains
of any in the hUte. By resolution
adopted Tuesday evening the lodge
proceeded at 10:30 to election of officers.
ailANI) LODC1E ELECTIONS.
For Bnpreme Representative the
grand lodge elected Al. Waddell by ac
clamation, afier a great deal of nomi
nating and withdrawing. A bard pull
was made ror A. A. Cleveland, of As
toria. Vice Chancellor Dr. Geary, of Hert
ford, was elected Grand Chancellor, a
very worthy promotion.
Prelate Turner Oliver was made
Mastehat-Arrus Otis Patttrsoii was '
made attend Prelnte.
I UraudKtepcr of ExclteqiierSargeut.
of Portland, and Secretary McCnntiell,
I also of Portland, were ro elected with
i out opposition.
j Filling tho i. (lice f Master alArms
i caused a prolonged contest between In
' nrrGuant Greer ot HllUburo, and A
! W. Ulwy of Ralem. Mr, firmer won
by a close vote, 60 to GO. Tho Balem
"hog" Is uot "In It," when It cornea to
Oregon lodge ollkei.
Inner Guard caused another contest, J
betweeu Harry Bchoot of Portland and
Lee L. Sbellalicrgef, of Portland.
School was elected as a rocogultlou
of tho Genuanla lodge cf Portland.
Uban. Fellows tho genial outside
guard since the order camo over lu f'e
ark, was continued In his oftice.
Mrs. Maggie J. Hewitt, .ot Albany,
grand chief of Oregon calledthe grand
lodge of IUthbonpsslMurBjto order at
10 u m. Minutes of last grand lodgo
read and corrected. Grand lodge de.
gree was givou to nine Temple sisters.
The election of officers takes placo at 0
a u Thursday. The lodge adjourned
till 2 p. ill. An lultlatloa takes place
at 11:30 o'clock this afternoon.
THK OHANI) 1'ARAIM.
With his aides, Chief Mar
shal tiluusloir got tho head of his col
umn lu marching order aud they tiled
oil iuto CuetueketaBtrectln flno style
at 1:30. It was two o'clock before the
procession passed tbv JouitNAb oftlco.
A lurgo national flag surrounded by the
Pythian colors decorated tho JOUHNAL
First camo tho banner of the order
born aloft by a Knight In full dress.
Then followed tho uniform Knights.
A plug-hat brlgado in a carriage, tho
grand officers in carriages, Center lodge
with 1U beautiful uurplo uud gold ban
ner boru aloft by Joseph Jones, super
intendent of tho statti house grounds,
past officials and visiting members.
Tho special bands kept tho air ring
ing with beautiful music the Balem
baud, 8llvorton band and Aurora baud
tho Urst and last beautifully uniformed.
Tho entire parade counter marched
from Commercial street hill back to
the big brldgo taking full twouty
mluutea to pass a given point. Sam
.. " "
back aud tho eutlre parade pasted
without tho slightest accident.
NOTES ON THE K. V.
Help the Pythlaus of Balem by
tuklng a ttckot to their play.
A large number of Journals woro
sold Tuesday evening to tho visiting
Tho Pjthlan order Is one that any
man can be proud to belong to. It Is
composed of ladles and gentlemen
Those having tickets tor tho play
"Damon and Pythias," are requested
to be In tbelr seats tonight at 8 o'clock.
Curtain rises promptly at 8:10.
Mrs. Ida M. Weaver, of HoIbo City,
Is here to assist and direct In holding
the grand lodge oftheRathbnno Slaters
She is the wife of a Christian minister,
formerly of Dps Moines, and Is a
woman of flno presence aud rare ability
as au organism
The ladles of tho Rathbono Bisters
elect officers of the graud lodge Thurs
day forenoon. Tlicro will bo a spirited
contest for all tho places ns the present
officials have held for two yean since
the order was organized.
Tbe Balem lodges haye been at great
expense to entertain tbr grand lodged
and they ask the eoplo of Balem to
a-olat them by taking a ticket to tbelr
great play of Damon aud Pythias on
Dr. J, II. Hill In the chair caused a'
great deal of merriment by his pro
found knowledge of parliament try
law. Whenever he got a (rifle mixed
at his ruling Dr. HIIIV : ready wit
straightened things out again.
J. T. Hayne, editor of tbe "Purl
lander", the A. P, A. organ of Pint
land, Is atteudlug the grand lodge. He
was tlected clerk of the erlmol board
but could not give tbe 1160,000 bond
A Work ot Art.
The Journal baa received from
Portland the bot newspaper cut of a
building ever printed in a Balem paper
Its special engraving of th new First
BaptUt church, which will appear In
The Journal, together with a full.
rage write-up of the building, a history
of the church, and much Intprptitlng
matter on Thursday, Oct. 10th. A
largo kpeclal edition will be prlntud for
the public. Baptist people feel proud of
their new 110,000 church, and they can
advertise Btlem the Capital City so
famous for Us churches by sending
these pipers to their friends. Several
hundred have been already ordered.
Children Cry fo
Tells a SjrirStory of His
PUTS ON A VERY
Hut Falters Under tho Prosecu
8a N Fkancisco Oil. 0. Theodore
Durrani was placed on tho witness
stand this morn I u
own bohalf. Afte
to testltly lu his
'telling his ago and
:tho kind, tho at-
a few other facta o
tenlion of the you
was attracted to t
On the mnrulng
he met Blanoho
i evenln of April 3.
if that day ho said
iamont, to whom
ho bad first bei
Emanuel Baptist church last beptem
ber. After relating tho facts about bis
trip with Miss Lunout to tho Butter
street car ho said ho went to tho Coopen
Medical collego intending to atttoud
tho lecture at 11 o'clock. Btlllman,
however, did not loolure and Durrant
said that he and another student
named Robs went for a walk, When
they returned a half hour later Dur
rant went to tho library to consult
authorities on certain, questions under
discussion lu his classes, and about 1
o'clock Durrant wont for another walk
with aBtudent named Digglns. Thoy
wore absent half an hour. Returning
Durrant went Into tho library and re
mained until 3:30 o'clock, when he
went to tho class room where Dr.
Cheuy was to lecture.
"Was tho roll called at the close of
tho lecture," asked counsel.
"It was," replied Durrant.
"Wero you In tho class room and did
you answr r to your own unmo ?"
"I was preaeut and answorod to my
Durrani's auswers up to this time
had been glyon in clear well modulated
tonos, without hesitation or unduo
haste. Then came a question at which
tho prisoner heultated a moment before
"Did you tako notes at the lecture,"
Durrani's eyes wero cost down for a
moment, or nearly a minute. No an
Bwor came. Then lie raised his head.
"I took oruo notes," ho replied, "but
they ore uot very full," Five pages of
notes were produced and admitted In
Durrant next told of how ho went to
the church after the close of the lecture
to repair tho gas fixtures. Ho said he
took tho Sutter street car, transferred
to Larkln, from which ho transferred
to the mission electric car and went
within a block ot the church, Ho was
not accompanied by anybody on that
Entering the churoh Durrant said he
took oil his coat and vest, bo his watch
wouldn't fall out of his pocket while at
work, aud laid his garmenta In the
library. Then lie catnereu tne necea
sarv tools and went to tbe attlo to re-
nair the sun-uurners. lie men ae-
scended to the auditorium, where he
found Geo. King playing on the organ.
Asked as to what convetsation took
Dlace. he said: "I said: 'Hello.
George; I heard you playing from up
stairs.' He said something about my
looking pale, 1 told him that be would
look pule If he had been through what
I had. I explained that while I bad
been fixing the suu.burneraJI bad been
partly overcome by escaping gas. I
felt rather sick rather nauseated and
asked him It he would go le a drUK
atore and get me come brnmo-sellzer."
After drinking tbe seltzer, Durrant
said he helped King carry a email or
gan down stairs, and went to tbe mir
ror. When the work at the churoh waa
finished, Durrant said he walked to
Twentv-second and Mission streets
with King. After leaving King he
went home to dinner. In the evening
ha attended services at the church.
There ho met Mrs. Noble, Blanche
Lamant'a aunt, and asked hr If
Blanche was coming to prayer meet
ing that evening, and Mr. Noble tld
she did not thluk so. Durrant also
spoke of a note that he taw Mrs. Noble
hand to Mrs. Moore.
While Durrant waa telling of the
eventi at the prayer meeting, Mrs.
Nob'e watched hlra cloaely, and on two
ooo lions shook her head ae If disagree
ing with the testimony.
Dr Price's Cfao taking Pw4
o(ia Male ILUkui Awt4
Municipal Elections in Indianapolis
Went .Wild. .
ImuanaI'oi.ib, Oct. 0 The muni
cipal elcell n hero today were a demo
cratic laudrt'ld". The entlrn democrat
lo tlohel U elected by a mi.jorlty np
proxiuiHt'ng 6000 Tills Ih regarded as
rematkablp, In 1pw of the fuet that a
republican was elected two ycrrs ago
by a majority of over 8000. The ropub
Heine ooucedo tho election of tho dem
ocratic ticket by a largo majority.
Thoso elected are:
Thomas Taggart, mayor; Chas. E.
Cox, police Judgi ; Chas Bluokmoyer
A PORTLAND LETTER.
The Portland correspondent sends us
today a ringing Indictment of the lato
bridge deal lu Portland, by which
Stark street ferry waa bought for n
large sum by the county aud then bus.
The Journal does not bellevo that
Judge Northup Improperly Influenced
the Supremo court of this Slate. It
dors uot bellevo tho man lives who
could do It.
The Christian Ministers.
The ministerial association hhhoiii.
bled again ycstcrdiy ovoiuug at 7:30.
It was the best session up to that hour.
Gentry Rushing, of Athenri, preached
tbe sermon. Hlstbomo was "Keep
Yourselves Uiirpoltvd from the
World." Tho tflort whb worthy of tho
praise It called forth.
At the morning hour tho ministers
assembled and wero led In dovotlons
by Wm. Bumpter, of Monmouth.
At 10:30 L. Greene, of Slayton, read
a paper ouTralulug Young Converts."
Then a paper entltlod "The King
dom," was read by H. A. Denton
which brought out warm discussion.
The offioora elected are: President,
H. O. Edsou, Portland; vice-prentdeut,
Wm. Bumpter, Monmouth; secretary,
H. A. Denton, Salem; treasurer, L
This evening concludes this most
Interesting meeting. A song service at
7:30 followed by a sermon from Wm.
Bumpter, of Monmouth. He Is a grand
preacher and none should- fall to hear
Tuesday evening Rev, J. M. Shutso
anuounotd to bis church IiIb resigna
tion. Last night Lcsllo M. E. churoh
was the tceno of a social surprlBo.
About one hundred of the members
aud congregation assembled to greet
the pastor. After muslo and prayer,
addrecses wero made by Dr. Parson,
Prof. J. T. Matthews, Revs. J. H. B.
Royal aud J. M. Shulso. Following
this refreshments wero served and tho
people had a good tlmo generally. Tho
work of the pastor during his stay
among thom Is greatly appreciated,
and many regrets were expressed over
his transfer to auother field of labor.
The presiding elder said: "With a re
vival oaoh year, an old debt paid und a
new parsonage built, Leslie M. E.
churoh will long remember Rev, J. M.
Later: Rev. J. M, Sbutse goes to
Bhedds. Leslie church will bo nxrved
by Rev. Audrew Kershaw.
STATS HOUSE NEWS.
Articles of Incorporation wore filed
with the lecretary of state today us
follews: The First Baptist church of
Ioger, property valued at 1700. E. O.
Eoll, Thos. Kays and P. P. Anderson
trustees. Also the Cigar Makers Union
of tbe state of Oregon, No, 202, of
Portland. Capital stock 11,000. Phil
Harris, D. II. McFarlauo and Johu G.
Notaries publlo were today com
missioned by Gov. Lord as follews: Q.
W. II. Burham, B. C. Bponcor, P. L.
Keenau, and Solomon goldsmith, of
Portland; Casslus Barlow, of Barlow,
and W, R. Menafee, of Dufur.
The weather foreoast foi Thursday
aud Friday Is fair and warmer.
Salem LADiES-And many gentle
men will be pleased to learn that tho
terra cotta specialties have arrived at
Bonneman's grocery. Thoy are the
brilliant ware from Zaresvllle, Ohio,
aud Include heautiles In the way of
rose bowls, jardiniere, Illy nols, etc, all
colore, aud decorations of pure gold
leaf. These goods are unequalled and
sold at reasonable prices.
Notice. Advertisers are entitled to
change tkelr ads. ouoe a week or often
er, but all copy for such changes must
be brought In by nluu o'clock. Copy
for new ads, will be received as late as
three pa dally.
For Rent A good well located
brick ore building cheap to right
party. H. W. Cottle. 10-7 01
Bavh Time. Ring up the blue boxei.
for messengers, express wagons, cabs
Or. Price's Creaat Baking Powder
WaMli'm Pair "-- M,i.. Dialr"
Highest of all in Leavening Power.Latesi U.S. Gov't Xeport
Arnioninns Itefuso (e Leave tko
TURKS ARE RELEASING PRISONERS
Serious Conflict and Many Arme
CONSTANT! NOt'LE, Oot. 0 The
hlnukado of Armenian churches con
tinues. All illortB of the authorities
and the American patriarch failed to
pore undo tho Armenians to nturn to
their houees, as they put no faith In
tho atsuruiico of protection. Tho Turk
allow tho Armenian clergy to enter
tho churches and when they leaie they
aro carefully searched. Iu accordance
with the demands of tho representatives
of tho powers, tho police nutborltlis
commenced releasing the Armenians
Imprisoned as a result of the recent
rioting. Tho Btreets of Coiistanluoplo
and suburbs aro still patrolled by the
pollco, and all movements would
seom to ludlcato that tho Turks are
preparing to defend the passage ot tbe
Dardanelles, should the British at
tempt a demonstration in these waters.
Tho British ministers have held another
oonforeiico and additional oommunl-
cations have .been exchanged with the
representatives of tho powers, bat few
people bellevo that any decided change
lu tho condition of tho Armenians Is
Dr. Wnrnor'a Coraliuo Cor
sots aro rrmdo to fit, to
fit ovory variety of figure
tall, short, Blonder, atout, oxtra
long, long, medium and short
waistod. Call at storo and got
a book or chart which tolls just
what corcot is mado cspocia ly
for you. Soe modols in our
Soaiiilo8, glove fitting. Ask
GOLD . .
illl' mF BLfl a BL
.i . I t Mt - " - - -
mackintoshes. Guaranteed ab
solutel free from shoddy.
Mado of tho best Old Para
Rubber. Dont pasB tho
J. J. DALRYMPLE & CO.
N, D.Sead nt your mill erdsri fsrfrotsytmarts a4 (
likely to occur im'esa tho ports Is
forcibly compelled to enter the work of
bringing reforms Into Armenia.
THEiitr-zoNO, Arroeuts, Oct. 0
Serious conflicts betweeu the Turks
and Armenlas occurred here yesterday,
and many Armenians were killed.
BUrer Getag Up.
New York, Out. . Tbe .Evening
Port says in Its fluaneal review -last
night: "Oue of the noteworthy In
cidents of the day was the further ad
vance lu stiver bullion to A0 15 led on
Loudon market, the highest figure of
the year. This Is tho flr8tdetaoaetra
tlon of any consequence In that mar.
ket sluce the treaty of peace beiwee it
China aud Japan last May. The price
temporarily touched 0J that month,
but Bin co then and until last week the
price of silver ban held almost motion
less at 3(; to 30J Yit It was plain
throughout this Interval that silver
was being steadily accumulated In
July and August, whon Its sliver
exports generally predominates. Great
Brltlan Itnpoited by official returns $4,.
051 000 more silver than it Bent out. In
the same two months the expoita of
silver from the United States to Lon
don were $3,091,000 greater than in
IBIM. It may Tin rprlee somo pe'PM to
know that our silver ox nor U under
suoh conditions Is tbo largu.it since the
Tjir ;Finbst. Tho finest venison
seen this year was huug up yesterday
In the Cottle block market, ownsd by
George Fendrlch. He keeps the Hnest
meats on lea. Free delivery.
Is a symptom of disease of the kid
neys. It will certainly be reMetetl by
Parks Sure Cure. That fasadaetoa,
backache and tired teellug eotue from v
the same eaase. Ask for Parks' Bora
! Cure for the II ver and kldseys pries
1,00, sold by Lunn A Brooks. ltMw
"Blame Not Fate
For (sorrow's which thysolf
Did'st first create."
Dont complain if you fail to
got your money's worth when
you buy another niako of
clothes than tho
Three Big Brands
wo carry. Its your own fault.
Those goods aro i ight at your
door. Thoy aro tho best and
sell as low as other kinds,
sells on its morils. You run
no risk. Tf not satisfactory,
monoy i of rinded. See tho
$10, $18, $18.
Wo show a fino line:
Fed mis 50o and $1 00
Crush I 50
Stiff 2 00
Wo shosv some good values
at $1.50 a suit.
Buy tho "Peerless" bwutd
chashmoro hose. 25c and 50o
Now lino jut in; S ur
25c and 50c lines.
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