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Dttll If ('rij)ll(il ttuui'iuU'
I (A 8 A KINI6 MNK OF
irOK MEN; HOYS AND CHILDREN,
Wo will ayo you 25 par aunt on tlii lino,
Hosiery, underwear, boots, 1iooh, and all
HOHflonublo goods in largo qtititilitiuN. "Wo
buy and soil for GASH pNLY, and will
Bavo you monuy.
And Save Mopey
on everything you
want to buy.
274: COMMERCIAL, ST
A NEW AND COMPLETE
Special Tcnoberi' Kd.; India Taper Kd.;
aimm jiunuy r.uuiuna: vvn i'ooioi uiuitn. uunaieni,
l'ubll.hod by tlio Oxford lliblo Co.
F, S. DEARBORN,
263 COMMERCIAL ST.
fl28 Road Machinery and Agricultural Implements,
Latest Improved Goods and Lowest Prices.; ;
N ,W. Cnr. State and Llhertv St.. SALtM 'OREGON'.
The Toller and the Wage-Earner are the men who
have to figure Groceries, Wood, Kent, Shoes, Clothes, etc.
He wants to make his money go as far as 2osslble. Ho
wants the best to bo had. Experience and the recom
mendation of friends direct him to our store. ULhe sav
ings there are enough to help yon out in the other neces
saries, You'll come very near retaining In your hand
one-third the amount you expected to spend. What do
we mean by the best for everybody ?
$7.50 Suit for Every Day,
Aro Yon a Man With Moderate Pay ?
$10 Suit for Every Day. $12 for Best Day's,
Are You a Man With Plenty of Coin ?
We've Got Suits $15, 16, 18, 20, .22, and 25,
Two more now lots ol I'lioso Special Dressy Overcoats,
entirely tliHcrcnt JVoin those you'll And anywhere. Liked by
everybody. Trices reasonable.
G. W.JOHNSON &, SON.
ilUT (10 TO-
THE - FAIR
HTOOK OK OXFORD W11LK8.
liovlied Blblci: Mchalars' Kdltlomi
$10 for Best Day's,
NO UkTUttTOI FOB VBMEZOEU
KiiKlnnd Domntulfl (ho Itomornl of
HifANdifAt, Nov. Ifi.-A team
Inuuah belonging to tlio British cruiser
I&lgnr, In reported lout In Japanese
waters and thnt forty-eight men aro
London, Nov. 15. Tlio story from
Washington thnt h second ultimatum
had been sent Vontr.ula by Great
Brltlan Is oRlolally dcolared ft complete
fabrication. The original so-called
ultimatum has not yet boen delivered
to tlio Venezuelan government.
S? British Interference
Constantinople, Nov. 16. It Is
announcod that three prison officials
of Moosh, dismissed oomo llmo ago
upon demand of the British ambtmsa
dor, owing to the mal.treatmoat of
tho prisoners, will bo reinstated. Tha
British ohargo d' nflalM, Hon. Michael
Herbert, has demanded of tho porte
that tho thrco prison ofllolals bo again
Tho rioting at Blvas waa attonded by
groat bloodshed, but order haa boen
partially restored and the Turkish
oniclals nro protecting the foreigners
there. No chango In tha situation In
anticipated for some days.
Chioacjo, Nov. 15. Tha Associated
l'rcsa received tho following from Dr.
M. M. MnngoTtba Byrlan leader of the
Socloty of Ethical Culture, in this olty,
and ono of tbo most eminent Armon.
lans in tho United States:
"Very recent masnacres of tho Ar
menians, reported from Trebizond,
Erzeroum, Moosh and Dlarboklr, fully
confirm tho words spoken by the
Turkish commlsslonor.genoral to the
World's Columbian exposition, Hakki
Boy, 'If wo (Turks) cannot have tho
country, we shall see that you (Ar.
montane) don't got it.' Thero Is very
little doubt that tho Turks bellovo their
days nro numbored, and are, therefore,
determined to oxtormlnato the Ar.
moulans, root and branch, before they
themsolveo have bcon Anally and
forevor driven out of tho civilized
world. If Europe Is to act at all, it
must act at once, for soon It Will bo too
lato to undortako tho salvation of
Armenia, as thero will be no Armenia
left to save."
Seoul, Corea, Nov. 16. The polloy
of inaction now being pursued by
Japan Is creating distrust as to the sin
cerity of her intentions to set right the
wrongs dono by tbo coup d'etat of
October 8. Mr. Waeber, tho Russian
charge d'affaires, has notified tho Jap
aneso minister that if the king Is not
restored to his rights by Japan, aotlon
will be taken by Russia.
Tho situation in Corea at present Is
London, Nov.16. A verdict in favor
of the plalntlil was rendered today in
the suit brought by Dr. Conyers Her
ring, of New York, for tho recovery of
insurance money on his yacht Afoul
can, Ihe jury awarded him $16,000.
It Is the doctor's Intention to brlugsult
against the other companlos in whloh
the yacht was Insured for tbo recovery
of tho additional (10,000.
Paris, Nov. 16 M. Domergue. a
wine merchant, suddenly became .In
sane and killed a number of people.
He shot hie wife and mother, and then
opened lire upon people in tho street,
killing three, and wounding several
others. The madman then barrleaded
himself n a houso and then fired upon
the gen d'armes, who surrounded the
HAWM OUMHM, Mlt'DAY, NOV ISAM!
jMHItOH, Ultfk Ift.-Tlm HKiffsnian
y Mint that Uv). Hmt Iim brobon
lil collar bono. l trim liundfig Willi
tfitf Col(iii(i9 liolilidn vrlmrt Mia ncol
lUmt.AVi Nov. Ift.-Hm iMt
knlcht, tfs ao(rJ l Under and editor,
wan today MiilAired lofuur mnfilliV
Imprisonment fory msjesltf,
AiieMM ito nob a
WuomttHt.v, q,, Nor, lo.-Anat
tempt wm m(hi this morning by four
men to fob the $onroe county bank,
They drilled MVfttd.liolt In tho vault
and destroyed .Mjlltne look, but failed
to get Id, Just bepro they began work
In tlis bank BlierlfJ J, 1', Keysor, when
golM to lik aUWlo, In tun rear of tho
bask, wu pounc4 upon by tho cracks
men, bound, reMed oftOOand agold
wnteb, and thea placed In tho stablo,
where he waa feuiHl this morning,
A Detective On Trial.
Oiiioaoo, Nov, i6, Edward Dix, n
private detective, who shot and killed
Frank White In a earrlago last night,
said today that anAer orders from his
superintendent Ghts, MoDonald, ho
must decline to My more than that ho
thought the man that wan Bhot was
Clarenco White, who has bcon sought
for for months under charge of bur
glarizing tho resl'denco Norman B.
Ream. Tbo case promises to bo a celo
bratcd one, as it irassorted that lu no
Btoto but Illinois,? nro private detec
tives allowed to make arrests without
Pacific Uoast Mlaclonariea.
Denver, Nov. 1. The missionary
committee of the Mothodlst church
devoted the forenoon session of today
to apportioning the (1,000,000 ap
proprlrted yeeterdajr for missions and
the work waa unfinished when a recess
was taken. The Columbia river con.
ference waa allowed 15,0-16, with 600
additional for tho Nez Perez reserva
tion; Oregon SBJUO."
Tanner a Candidate.
Chicago, Nov. 15. At a meeting of
the Republican state central committee
today John R. Tannor, chairman, re
signed in order to place himself at
liberty to work oponly for tho guber
natorial nomination next Bprlng. Dr.
T. M. Jamlcson will probably bo bis
Cooleus Their Crime.
Baobasiento, Cal., Nov. 15. Ivan
Kovaley, a rioter, thief and murderer,
has confessed that he'and his assoolato
In crime, Matthlousky TsoherbakoQ,
brutally struck down and murdered
Mr. and Mrs. F. H. L, Weber In this
city last December.
A Merchant Dead.
Bobton, Noy. 16, Eben D. Gordon,
ot tho well-known drygoods firm of
Gordon, Marsh & Co., died to-day.
Keep Dry. Tho New York Racket
has'a full lino of macintoshes, rubber
coats and oil coats, rubber boots and
shoes of all kinds aud eossamcra for
children. Call aud eeo them. Ail
sold at 0I080 prices, 14-2t
iNBunANOB. O. D. Gabrlelson Is
doing a rushing bualness ' today ro.
writing insurance, aud is taking In tho
policies or the "Btate" nt a liberal
Gnu at Reduction Balks. Child,
ren'r trmmed bats for 76 cents, special
sale today and tomorrow. Mrs D. L.
Satisfactory Service. Look
wood messenger boys, always reliable.
Monoy refunded If you are not satis,
fled. Ring up the blue boxes.
A. W. Glesy returned today from a
trip to Eastern Oregon and Wash
ington. Rheumatism Runs Riot
When there Is Inotfo acid lu tbo blood.
Liniments and lotions will bo of no
permanent benefit. A cure can be no
compllshed enly by neutralizing this
acid and for this purpoeo Hood's Bar
eaparllla is tho best medicine beoause
Hood's Barsaparllla is the only true
blood purifier prominently in the pub
Hood's Pills act easily, yet promptly
aud effectively, uu ihe liver and
Iff f, Itf, fHMf,
Illfl (twtfrfi Kit flHirtfhfin ON
HE MMUIM COUNTY 1I0NEV,
An Qlifo TriKiHiircr Gv(n n lli'nrj
Nbw Yomic, Nrtv, 16 In exchange
circles conlllutlng nro tho opinion
oxprwod bh to tho probability ol
engng imtils .if ()lil for shlpmenl
tomorrow, In nddltlmi to the $2,260,000
Already reoflrd. initio slrewi Is laid
on tho fact that tlio Werra, regarded as
the gold boat, dors not sail till -I o'clock
tomorrow afternoon, which would
permit of tho execution of now orders
on that day. Eugngqmenta actually
made hnvo had no perceptublo Influence
upon tho exchange market, which Is
reported as strong, though without
quritnblo chauco lu rules.
A Tripplo Killing.
1'UOKNIXVIM.K, Pa., Nov. 16.
Thomas Elwln today cut the
tbrouta of bis two children, aged 4 abd
Oyeaw, with a ruzjr and thon at
tempted to commit sululdo In same
manner. The children died almost
instantly and ihcro la but llltlo hopes
of tho .falhoi'tj recovery. Domestto
troubles caused tho'tragedy.
Qot Oounty Funds.
Ihonton, O., Nov. 16. Ex-Treasurar
Mandovlllo Grconcolay, of Lawrence
county, was today to Ave years' Impris
onment In the Ohio penitentiary and
to pay a lino of 511,000, having pleaded
guilty of embezzlement of county
'Are there any appointments
day ?" ashed tho roportor.
Yen," said tho governor's private
secretary. "You may say that Mr.
Ellis O, Hughes, of Portlaud, was ap
pointed, today, a delegate to the Im
migration convention, Boon to bo in
session at St. Paul."
"Irrigation convention, did you
say ?" ho was asked.
"No; Immigration. The Irrigation
convention is continually in session."
There has not beon an arrest In
dalem fora week of a tramp or a druttk.
That shows well for our police force.
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH.
Salem and Eastern Quotations Cor
Chicago Nov. 15. Wheat, cash (Alio. ; Dee
a tew YonK, Nov.15, Silver, 0Jo; lead, f-UO.
8AN KItAN01BOO MARKET.
HAN FitANClflOO. Nov 18. Wheat Si,
Weol-Orogon, choice, 7010c; inferior, G7c;
llopn Quotable at 4Q0o.
l'o(atoe U to 40o pet sack Barbanks 603W
1'oiiTLAHii. Nov IS. Wheal valler tat
o&l; Walla Walla, 47K1S-
Klour Portland, IJ.70i!Beuton county. 13.70
gralmm. $iJJ5; lupernne, SJ.V6 per bbl,
Oau-Wlilte. iilcaiMe: grey. ll&HO; rolled, In
bain.fl.'Jo,2S barrel, SI JSO7.00j caM,.75.
Potatoes New Oregon, O&titJOa per sack.
Hay-Unod, S&as tJpor ton.
llli:itun-nrau, II0.W) ihortf, U1Z80; chop
leed, fU!lBpertoiii ryeBOo pero.
Hides erten, tailed, (JO Ibsjio; under. CO lba
7TKo sheep peiu, 107Oc,
llopa New Orcgon.-ittuc.;
Ilutter Oregon fancy crearaoryr 17K3Ko
fancy dairy, 18l7i; fair to good, 12ilo
Gheee-Jrcgon full creaqp, ftSJOi.
Uggi Oregon. pr doi.
Poultry Ohlokeui. Sloai O) per doi; ducks
t3.wan.Wi geeie, iifmiw; turkeys, live
OalOc; dreid. 12c.
llotf TopteereK5 B-oS per B! fair to good
teer,2aJ IWo; cow, SlitiWo areaied bee
Mutton-Beit beef, Jl.75a2.00; choloe ewes,
1.7Bj dreued, 4o,
Uogs-Choloe, heavy, t3.40a8,60; light and
eedew, $38: dreued, 4ko lb.
Vel-Mmull, choice, Case; large, Salo ft.
Wheat 42o V hu. market Urmer,
Hay llaled. cheat. 81.60aS.00: tlmoth
Klour, lnwhoieaaie loU, KU0; rotal
bran, bulk 110,00: aacked. lll.Wh ehorU,
U.00; chop feed, lll.00nll.00,
Ilogt Dreated, iiio.
Live CatUe lKaSkc,
Apples SOaioa bu.
roultrr-Hrolle is, 7c;lheni, Cc; ducis,flu7o,
ROYAL Baking Powder.
Highest of sll lit Itavenlag
strength.-v. s. aovennat ?.
IflgiKilorall fn UAwilagVowttr-lMtH VMU&rtHtymi
Later fltife are given ni to Clio an
tele nutt llaldlllleft of R) UM Intir
Aiico company. T lilt rnjtilres a oor
rcotlon of some lltiiroi employed in an
editorial leader .on the failure, Tin
insurance; Reserve fund Is ?l60,000,and
other llablllilei amounting lo $31,000,
making a total of $181,000, The total
e.tlmatud attain tin placed this
afternoon at 13(0,000.
STATE IK8UKANOB POLIOIHtj,
A Word Tro Mr. Olltner an to
The polloy holders aro advised not to
sacrifice their policies by delivering
thorn to othor agents, or placing their
risks olsowhore, until the recelvorcan
determine the exact condition of the
State Insurance company hud adopt
wayB and means to protect tho policy
holdors to tho fullest extent possible
with the assets of tho company,
Negotiations nro now going on with
ono of the lnrneit companies in tho
Unllod Btatos, with a vlow to protect,
ing policy holders of tho Btato Insur
ance company upon very favorable
terms. Edmund O. Giltnkr.
The Foothall Hoys. A largo
delegation composed of tho Willamette
foam had Its frlonds mot tho Corvallls
team at the depot this afternoon, greot
ting them with a rousing cheer. Tho
rear coach of tho local presented a fes
lvo appearance with its decorations of
yellow bunting. Its occupants woro
the O. A, C. Colore.
CinooiT Court. Judge Hewitt was
on the circuit court benoh yesterday
until about 5 o'clock In the afternoon
when he ordered an adjournment until
Monday, December 10 at 0 a. m, when
the case of Paul J. G. Kleppln et al, vs.
J. M. nrnl IT. T. WnlitluU Ot Al, equity,
will be tried.
Somebody told you a long
timo ago that a certain, corset
was good. Yos,' it was, but
thoroaro perhaps, one or two
makes that aro better adapted
to your figure. With tho 12
different Htyles shown hero, you
can surely find the ono you
most need. Try ono or a doaen
until you got no to suit. "Wo
won't frown when you bring
i black or drab oxtra long
waist, Your neighbor likes
thom; perhaps you would. 1
Recommended by loading
physicians and modistes for
case, comfort, grace and dura
bility , $1.50.
Exclusivo pattenn in latest
novelties. Highest attainment
in plaid perfection. Only two
waist patterns of a likeness.
Also individual dress patterns.
Another largo shipment of
.T. AY. Goddard & Sons linings
just opened. Centains:
Qenuiuo Hair Cloth.
Buff Military Canvas.
J. J. DALRYMPLE & CO.
wwwirti film iiiiKjtt
STATE INSMGK It 4
AIhs (Im Into ike Hwnfc M .
II HAD PLENTY OF AS
lint .Scarcity of Money FtreMi It)
. - .
to the Wall.
T1IK STATS CLOfjM.
As was elated In Tmk Joukkal, I
night, tho Btnto Insurance comfxmy t
Salem haa closed Its doors, followisff
tho Williams & Eugland Banking
Tho following notice posted oa tb
door of tho Btato Insurance building to
Owing to tho closing of the Wllllaea
& England Banking oompany'a bank,
in which our funds are kept, and to
lock of availablo funds to meet the
claims now becoming duo aud In ordec
to protect tbo Interests or polloy-beWL
ors, tho titato Insurance company will
suspend business and ask tho appoint
ment of a receiver.
Edmund O. Giltner,
Balem, Nov. 14, 1805. Manager.
The employee In the office were all
called to tbo manager's desk aud jKi
In full their wages. Borne had beea
allowing them to accumulate some
mouths suoh waa their conRdeaee ks
the institution. But they were all pW
oil in full aud discharged.
Tho amii of the, compauy a
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American Eaglo Silesias.
Parisian Silk finish Skirting.
Midnight Fast BlackSateeiw.
Midnight Fast Black Cam
brio. Moire Porcalino.
Moiro Rustle Skirting. a
Having decided to ckso out
all clothing bought before this
fall wo offer from
25 to 50 per cqnt
Reduction on these lines.
Suits that were 1G to 20.
Sale Price - $10.
Suits that woro $20 to $25.
SALE PRICE - $12,50.
Suits that woro $25 to $30.
SALE PRICE - $15.
Another lot of our"Pamous"
just received. ........ .$12.00,
Natural gray, good value; $1"
por suit. Heavy ribbed iloeW
$1.50 per suit.
Nowcst shapesjbo'st jmiterial;
Fedoras 50c.,. $1, $1,50, $2t
$4. Now black . stiff hats $2,