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274 COMMERCIAL ST
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A NKW AND OOMPtiETR STOCK OK OXFOHO HIBLK8.
Jrcclul Teachers' Hd.j India I'nper Hd.j
oiuuu iiunuy r.aiuen: vesi rocaev uimca. uuuuicns,
l'ubllaucd by tho Oxford II, bio Co.
F, S. DEARBORN,
263 commercial, ST.
Road Machinery and Agricultural Implements.
Latest Improved Goods and Lowest Prices.; "
N W. Cor. State and Llhortv Sit. SALEM 'OREGON'.
The Toller and the Wage-Earner arc the men who
have to figure Groceries, Wood, Mont, Shoes, Clothes, etc.
He wants to malic his money go as far as iwsslble, JIo
wants the best to bo had, Exjtcrtcneo and the recom
mendation of friends direct him to our Kstore. 'Xhe sav
ings there are enough to help you out In the other neces
saries, You'll come very near retaining In your hand
one-third the amount you expected to sjicnd. What do
we mean by the best for everybody ?
$7.50 Suit for Every Day,
Are Yon u Man With Moderate Pay ?
$10 Suit for Every Day. $12 for Best Day's.
Are Yon a Man With Plenty of Coin ?
We've Got Suits$15. 16, 18, 20, 22, and 25,
Two more new lots ol Jtlioso Puccini Dressy Overcoats,
entirely li lie rent ft-om those you'll And anywhere. LIkcil by
everybody. Prices reasonable.
G. W.JOHNSON & SON.
HUT (10 TO-
THE - FAIR
ltovlncd Bible; 'cholars' Editions)
$10 for Best Day's.
1011,011(1 sura i
And Djingdf Exposure
"HELP US FOR COD'S SAKE"
Tlio Most Awful Kvcnto of Mod
I PALACE OFFICIALS INCITE MURDER
CJtirastlims oi Northern Syria Aro
London, Nov. 18. rt (a understood
that thu aggonibllng of British and
Forlegn Heels at Salonlca bay Is having
a good eflect upon tho Turkish govern,
inent and that tho sultan has Unaljy
determined to mako earnest efforts to
stop blood jhod In Asia Minor. Ha
dlipatohed commissioners to Ailti
Mluor Instructed to put in force as soon
a j practicable, the roforms Instated
upon by tho powers and beyond the
aombllng of foreign fleets, the pow I
ore will take no further stops at present.
Tho following telegram1 from Con
stantinople was received this morning
by the AugeIo'Arinenlau association
''Armenians, nro being massacrced
everywhero in Asia Minor. Over
100,000 aro dying of starvation and
exposure Tho season for work of
rolleMo oloicd. For God's sake, urge
tho government to stop these most
awful events of modern times. Tho
porta Is poworloss as all tho (olographs
are under tho control of the palace
ofllclals, who havo incited tho massa
cre throughout Anatonla."
A dispatch from Home today says
advices from Constantinople uu
nounced that tho agitation against the
Christians of northern Syria Is extend
inrj and that massacrees have occurred
Constantinoflk, Nov. 18. Lato
adylces received hero from Alexan-
drotta, Northern Syria, oouilrm tho
accounts ot a massacre of Christians in
that town in tho presence of 300 Turk
ish soldiers, who did not render uuy
assistance to suppress tho disorders.
Armenians and Mussulmans accuse
each othor of burning tho villago and
of outrages whloh havo occurred In
Reports received from numerous
Armeulun villages toward tho end of
Soptembor describe numorous and well
organized Kurdish raids, followed by
the stealing of the Hooks of the Ar
menian!. Xu some coses murdorlug of
tho men and assaulting of tho women
occurred. Any complaints made to
the authoiltlcs wero simply Iguored.
The sultan has prohibited tho entry
into Turkey of all papers containing
aocountB of Lord Salisbury's speech at
the Lord Mayor's dinner in Loudon a
I'llOTKOTION lOH AMERICANS.
Grand Rapids, Mich., Nov, 18,
Tho Itsv. Dan F. Bradley, of tho tfark
Congregational church, spoke of tho
recent burning of mission buildings at
Harpool, Turkey, In his morning ter
mon. At tho close of the service a
committee, with ex-Repreeontatlvo
Gutohcou a chairman, was appointed
to suggest action to tho meeting, and
the result was thu sending ot this
message to Assistant Secretary of
'The Park Congregatloual church, In
view of Its personal and financial inter
ests In the mission of the American
board at Harpool, Turkey, plundered
mid burned by a Turkish mob, has In
structed Its committee to urgoutly re
quest that every possible effort be
(ii uhl by Ilia Male t!fiMfiifiil In filiUlii
fff.rurtilftii for III injuria done, mid
WMlnlly- lii Arolirrt prnltcfldM (tit OUt
iritMloltnflrM Allil llio prolyl of (ho
Till afternoon Ilia following foply
drrwi "Our lulful iiiIvIpm rpf.fl llnr
pool tiilmloiiArlcNditfe, ntnt llio Amrl
ran mlnlAler In IhMIik all poMlblci pro
(lAiillonn for llirlr fdty, Nolln u U
Icing omlltd In llio direction of np
prlntonnd oiiorgetlo action.1'
Kai; Of.AlKM, Wfc, Nov. ll-Tlio
following (olrgratil wan scut to Hcoro
tury Gluey at Wellington tonight by
M. U. CJflflln, member of congress for
the sovonth Wisconiln dlitrlott
"Conilltuonls of mine have relatives
who are missionaries In Harpool, Tur
key. In their behalf I would urge
that tho utmost pomlhlo eflorts con
slsaoni with tho existing dondltlons
and relatione be made for tho protoo
Hon of all such."
The peoplo referred to are the Rov.
P. Allen and family, relatives of tho
president of the Commercial bank.
MAUBKir.LE8, Nov. 18. The United
States cruiser Ban Frauolsco sailed
Saturday evening, acoordlng to agree
Rient, for Turkish wators.
Salem, tho city of peace and
ohurohes, should hold a mass meeting
and demand tho protection of our fel
low ChrUtlaus In Turkey. There aro
indications of weakening on tho part
of England, and it is understood the
prlmo minister has decided that tho
effort must bo made to maintain tho
Integrity of the Turkish Empire, and
tho effort must bo
dlrcoted to maintaining ordor In tho
d'sturbed districts. This means that
Salisbury has retreated from u polloy
of aotlvlty to the traditional conserva
tism of his party. It Is tlmo for all
Americans to express themselves.
akau3 drfkat turks.
Aden, Nov. 18. Amtn of Bana,
capital city Yemen, with 45,000 Arabst
armed with Martlnl-IIenry rifles, has
defeated tbo Turks In three fights.
Tho latter aro now confined to Sana, a
walled city about five miles in circum
ference. Fire in 'Frisco.
San Francisco, Nov. 18. A fire
this morning In tho southwestern part
of tho city destroyed a livery stablo
belonging to J. A. Koon, a onostory
kindergarten soboo, handsomo resi
dences belonging to V. E. Dubois and
M. Wolf, and eoven other houses. Mrp.
J. S. Benedict, living next to tho
stable, oudeavored to escape In her
night clothes and was severely burned.
Fireman Michael Sheohan was so
burned and injured tha( ho cannot
llye. Tho loss is estimated at $-10.00.
Twonty.flvo horses wero burnod to
death iu tho livery stablo.
They Aro Guilty.
,V.V8HlNOTON, NOV. 18. TIlO BU-
premo court today afllrmed tho decis
ion of the court below in the case of
tho United States against W.II. Clime,
ono of the participants In the big Cali
fornia branch of Debs' strike. Debs
and others wore found guilty of ob
Would Retlro Greenbacks.
CiiKJAao, Nov. 18. A Washington
special says President Cleveland Iu his
annual messago will recommend tho
retirement of greenbacks. This recom
mendutlou will bo the chief feature of
tho messago as far as domestic u(fulrB
There are 177766
the United States.
miles of railroad In
There are 60,836,880
rails used to
jpover tins ground.
Thero are 633,205.000 tleo used to bind
these rails togotuor, but uo such
amount, however, Is required to bind
tho hearts of the travellug publlo to the
fact that the Wisconsin Central lines
furnish superior facilities on all their
trains between St. Paul nud Chicago
whloh form close connections with nil
llnoo to the east and south.
Mako a note of It.
Invisible cork sole shoe j, with late
style toes, at.Krausse Beoo. 18 2t
Heayy sole shoes with Scotch edges,
at Krauts Brot. 18-2t
Children Cry for
f ItCtW Catorl.
oi rut Mi,mrctf
Morniimll Foil ml liulm Hincl
DECISION Id TIIK W, D. T. CASH
HorHliln Fiilu of it IIiitIhIict
Fort HcoJI, im,'
More Oodles Recovered,
Ci.kvml.ani), O , Nov. 18,-Thellf
saving nod fire b-mls crew resumed
wark early .this morning In an on
dcavor to recover Hildltlonal bodies ol
tho victims of Sdiimluy nlghl'd street
car (ilimMer a I the diuwbrldgn of the
central viaduct. 'The body of a woman
was brought to tho surface and Identi
fied an Martha Lutierhetmer. It Is he
llo ved there are one or two mnro bodies
till In tho river. Rigers, tho motor
man, who u m pled from tho car and
thus saved his life, wm bound over
this luoru'ug fur two weeks wllh'iut
b.ill. A thorough Investigation will be
Against tho Railroad.
Washinoton, Noy. 18. Tho United
States supremo court, in an opinion by
Justice Harldln, today hold In eflect
that tbo Union PucIIIo railroad com
pany had no richt to make a leaso,
praolloally giving tho Western Union
telegraph company excluslvo right to
maintain telegraph lines along tho
routo of the railway company.
In tho case of tho United States
against those samo two cooporattouB to
recover monies puld for government
messages to the Westorn Union since
1881, sent over lines along the Union
PaclQo right of way, the court afllrmed
tho judgment below In favor ofcorpor
A Ravlahi'r'fl Fato.
Fort Scott, Kus., Nov. 18. Dr.
Coory, a promluont dentist, attempted
to outrago his stop-daughter, Cora to
dar, and In attempting to escape from
the police fell from a two story window
alighting on hie head. Ho was instan
Salem and Eastern Quotations
nmoAOO Nov. 18 WUett, cash Wlio. i Dee
ikw York, Nov.13, Silver, tSiio; lead, (3.90.
8AN KUANOISCO MAitKET.
HAN FlUNCIBOO, Nov 18. Wheat, V6W&07
Weol-Oreicon, ctioloe, 7010c; Inferior, U07o;
l!op-Q,uotnblo at 40o.
l'oCatooa-aS to Mo per sack Barbanka C0S004
1'outi.Ahi). Nov 18.-Wheat valley tAY,
eSl: Walla walla. 7a-
Hour I'ortlana, Ji.70 Deuton county, (2.70
crebain. t2Si; upernne. ti,v6 per bbl,
oau-WMto. 'Jlotune: crey, lV'JO; rolled, in
bnM.l.UG(S.29 DKrrcli,SI.60i'd7.UO: caiei,I.7,
iouioe ihw urceon, xwBiua pur tnox.
IUy-Unod, KQ W pe
MllUtuni-nruu.llOJOi ihorU. IIHLKh ohon
leert. liaaiSoertom ryoBOu nero.
IIIde-gren, tailed, 00 lbs b,
77Ka slieep pell, 107i"c,
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e: anaor.w iw
Hope Nw Orcgon.iatlc.
llulter Orexon fauoy creamery,' lX2lo
fa noy dairy, 16 17ic; fair tq good, 13K15o
UUeeao -Oregon full cream, B9i,
KggR Orezoa, 36 per dot,
l'uuttry cnioKeun, J 1. 60(31 00 per doz; duoka
Hoal.00i eee. W,(XXa7S0; turkeyi, live
DaIOo; dreiiwl. Vii.
llovf ToptrersKl & Per 0: lair to good
lecrn,2aaa-6o; cow, 2a3o; ureased bee
Mutton Heat beef, il.7&&00: choice ewe,
jl.75; dressed, io,
IlogB-ChoIce, heavy. ftAOMfiO; tight and
ccuera, i.aj: urmiw, Vo v w
Veal tiraall, choloe, 6utie; Urge, Sola ft B,
Wheat Uo H bu. market firmer.
nay-uiea, cueat. itoas.oo; timothy HIM.
flour. In whoicsuie iota, IXfiO; retail, iiiW;
I, bulc $10.00: aacked.fh.uO; shorta, U:O0a
r ii-i res.eu. o,
1,1 vo Catlle-Iaikc.
Apples bOaloa uu.
reaches 11,25 bu.
i'oultrv-nrollera.'jojheua, Ocj ducka,(i47c.
Catarrh in the Read
U due to Impuro blood and cannot be
cured with local applications. Hood's
Saraaparilla has cured hundreds of
cases of catarrh becauso it purifies tho
blood and; in this way removes the
ciuse of the disease. It also builds up
the system and prevents attuobs of
nhcunioula, dlphtherh and typhoid
Hood's Pills beoome tho favorite ca
tburtlo with uvery one who tries
them. 2to. i
ii nun mil ivn.iv.v
UHMJIill II MIIIIM,,
iiii.wnMw-wwMwwwiMwwulwwrta..a. ii. i torn HiMImKMiilto&r&
. , . -- . .. ,
jiiguosi Of all in iiMMnaVowtrmi.AiMi u.b.OovY Kmmwi 1
EVjtj&t I Baking
1 XV S2S Powder
Tia Jfolnias Oaoo.
I'lllf.AflKM'HM, Nov. 18. -The
Moliiiscrtie looK Atiallir "oimatlonnl
turn toils, nun lor cotiniel for tlio do
foiisc, Wm, A, Hhouinaker, being
ehnrged hi n-en coiut irllli inarm
alluring evldonco In behalf of (he
allegod murderer, by bribing n woman
who knows nothing of tho cane (o
swear hi his favor.
Two Offlccrn Killed.
Mautimivim.k, .Vo., Nov. 18,-Con.
stablo l.emastcrs wan sent ycslerday to
IMoanatit Ridge to recapture James
While, an esrapid prlxouT. The rim
stable deputlz-d Iturruil and HllttLs,
fiirmorA, to n-M him. White shot
fematprs dt?ad arid wnuudbd both
deputies, Hlbbs fatally. White
A New Road.
Chicago, Nov. 18. The Evening
I'ost asverta that Chicago Is to havo a
now Hue of railroad counoollng It
with tho Pacific coabt. It naji tho
Canadian Pacffto Co., s building a
lino Into this city from the uorthwast
to connect with tho Soo lino at Lake
Superior, and by that lino with Its
main lino system.
A Borioua Engagement.
Havana, Nov. 18. A dispatch re
ceived today from Santa Clara says
that serious engagements havo been
fought at Taguaaco, near Santa Esplrl
tus, Santa Clara, botweon four columns
of Spanish troops und a strong forco of
lnsurgonts commanded by Maximo
ROYAL Baking Powder.
Highest of alt In leavening
StrenjCttuXJ. S. Government Report.
tho great virtue of genuine
"Fibre - Chamois."
Tliey would insist, like Lil
lian Russell, in havinc: it in
thoir now drosses. Wo havo it
in natural, drab, brown, black,
Orienta . . .
25 cents per yard.
tho boat numbers
$4.00 to $20.00.
Fur - Trimming
A full assortment.
25c per yd. and up.
J. J. DALRYMPLE & (SO.
iimwuummijuummmmtMmme - mmitnnu iriiiniWiiWKMi I
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THIRTY - SJX TO m
Salem Una n WttlkiWAf WJ
NOT ALL Um
CMifirci Formeil by (ha flfi
Old Willamette's third foetlxtll
was a dcolslvo victory ovec what
been ono of tho best clubs In tWe
Thoy beat tho Stalo Agricultural C-'
legooiubby SO toO, and In doing m
vanquished not only a heavv team.
lint n Innm llml I. no .,. . ... . ,1.-1 7)
- - . ..M. MMW UMO DVVU Kill), ULHI Bl
playing that Is most of them. Thjr
had Bldwcll, Monmouth's best mn,
two coaches and half a dczsu rlngM j
and coppers nud camo down to Ha!Ht
to win. Thoy were a very nice lot of
men all In all, but It was not their day
Thk Journal devoted areat tk4
of space tho past week to working up
Interest in tho game and feels proud mt
the result. With such good work con
tinued tho Salem team will carry oft
the pennant of Oregon colleges. W
congratulate Captain Murphy, Mr.
Morse, tlio coaoh, and the horn tem
as a whole.
THE COACH'S REPORT.
As I expcctcd,Willamette obtftlaed
(Continued on third page.)
When you buy a
uit, it is with a guarantee
from tho factory that it will
give satisfaction. "Vo stick
to that guarantee Try d1A
ono of thoso suits nt....lU
Overcoats . .
A lot of cur 'Famous" cam
tho other day. Nearly
Showing a fine, heavy ribbed -and
fleeced inside. 3?r. r cr
Cost values in Fino 'CrsIi-
iiSo, dOc, SOc, 7Xo.
Furnishing - Goods
New Hno today. Now CA
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