"?t1'B" J A AL ASSOCI ATKD NaftFRBiSS ' DAILY. 47T"JT"wtn7;"r3r -ifr--r!. ' T VOL. 2. -, - SALEM, OREGON.SATXgtDAT, .TArUAKYII, 18. JtfO. f) I It JO ORNAXi 2a m B III JSo'tHV"' Sells Only the 5 Shoes made by the Brown Shoe Co., dt 8t. L'ouls, Mo. Wo have found them reliable in every particular. For fit anil wear they can't be beat. "We sell them at a very close profit, which, with the satisfaction they give, ncouuts for our very large shoe trade. We carry only rcllablo goods in all other lines as well as shoes. Clothing, underwear, hosiery, hat, shirts and notions -in great variety. Our motto is reliable goods,, lowest.prlces. , K.T.BARNES. GRAY BROS., HARDWIRE, WAGONS AHD CARTS Road Machinery and Ag icultural Implements. latest Improved Goods and Invost Prices. NV Com er Slate rd Liberty streets. : : : : SALEM, OR THE FAIR STORE! , Can save you money on Underwear, . m hosiery, boys clothing, table linen?-? overalls, gloves, tinware, Keep your eye on THE FAIR, 274 COMMERCIAL ST. X X X X COLLEGE OF MUSIC of the Willamette University. -lUNDER NEW MANAGEMENT.- Modern methods. Up to date. Same as in the eastern and European Conservatories None but the best is good enough for beginners ax well as for more advanced pupils, W. C. HAWLEY. President R. A HhRITAGE Vocal Director EMIL L. WINKLER, Instrumental Director. OWLS HOOT V But that cuts no ice with the $15,000 stock of men's and boy's clothing and furnishing goods that must be sold' - AlWool, double-breasted, wide velvet collar, extra !ong, mack intoshes, that are being sold everywhere for $8 and $10, we offer for $6,00 -" v" We have cheaper, but ask no more than $10 for su'ts tha you pay from $10 to $20 for at other places. Our stock of boys' clothing is most complete, and no rea sonable offer will be refused, Oome in and see for yourself at the same old place. " " w " G. W. JOHNSON & SON, 257 Commercial Street, MsV ft" W. R, ALLIN, s ui . y" " ay Agent MortgagC'i I R B T FOREIGNERS Irt the Transvaal Tried for Treason. UITLANDERS DISARMED. England, France" and Russia Uniting AGAINST GERMANY'S EMPEROR Great Britain Will Settle With tho Venezuelan. Urr(.ANDKUB MUST 00. Johannsiiurq, Jan. 11. A feeling of great uneasiness, accompanied by depression, prevails here. It Is under stood the Ultlanders reform commit tco Is to bo tried for high treason be fore court of Pretoria. Several mem bers of the committee escaped. One was allowed to depart after deposit ing $100,000 of surety of his appearance when called upon. The government Is greatly Incensed at tardy and In complete surrender by the ultlanders of their arms. Only about 2000 rifles have been given up whereas 20,000 are said to have been issued. It Is under stood tho Transvaal demands Include annexation to the Boer republic of Mntongaland, lately added to tho colony of Natal, annulling of the con vention of 1884 and institution (f and enforcement of n pass port system throughout tho country. Tho situa tion is thus regarded as being graver than ever. TIMK TO DIHAKM EXTENDED. London, Jan. 11. A dispatch to tho Pall Mall Gazette from Capo Town, published this afternoon, says President Krugcr has extended tho time for disarmament of tho Ultland ers at Johannesburg until 8 o'clock tonight, as only three out of BO Maxim guns have been given up. CHAMBERLAIN 18 CHEERED. London, Jan. 11. All the ministers of tho queen were present at a cabinet meeting today, and Joseph Chamber lain was enthusiastically greeted with tho cry of "Bravo, Chamberlain!" from tho crowds awaiting develop ments. ENGLAND, FRANCE AND RUSSIA. The "Westminister Gazette this afternoon says It learns that, as a re sult of tho Emperor William's action toward Great Britain, in the matter of tho Transvaal, Marquis of Salis bury will announce at a cabinet meet ing today tho reapproachment be tween Great Britain, Franco and Russia. MAY PLACATE VENEZUELA. The Westminister Gazette adds that the cabinet will also bo informed of the effort which it is hoped may yet bo crowned with success, to end the Venezuelan dispute by agreement with tho Venezuelans direct. A semi offlclal note will be published today stating that the British government has decided to submit to parliament full information regarding Armenia, the Transvaal and Venezuela. Con sequently the United States Venezue lan commission will shortly lmvo access to all the material points of the British case. AN ENOLIflH ULTIMATUM. Gape Town; Jan. 11. There Is a strong feeling of resentment among tho Dutch us well as tho British here at the so called meddling of Germany In South African affairs. Intense ex citement prevails and It is rumored ! that Great Britian has sent an ultl- j malum to the government of the 5 Transvaal. NAVAL UESEUVES NOTIFIED. 1 London, Jan. H.jrrTlio cabinet meeting lasted three hours The colonial oflJcQwys it is true that the situational Transvaal is more strained than ijjmvns. The first naval rcservo men lwve been ordered to hold thcmMlveTlu readiness for ser vice. Tho se naval reserve, com posed of men onglng to the mcr- chantllo tuarij lias been notified t some of them will that the servlcci shortly bo requfo 1. ABYSSINIA) SLAUGHTER. London, Jan. Al. A Hpccial from Rome says thM 10,000 Abyssinian were killed or wollndcd in an attack upon Maklle nnVJjinuary 8. THE INT! T SPONGE. The demand. of the bankers to ret Ire the greenback, alljpr certificates and treasury notcsii not based upon sound polltlcalwnomy. To legln with, tho law wwvhcre- specifically asserts that this paper money shall bo redeemed In goWily. The law says It must be rcdeemW In gold or sliver, or silver only. Cleveland and Carllslo propose to Issue gold bonds to buy gold and destroy this ioo,000,000 or 000,. 000,000 of paper money, and let the national banks Imuo their notes as tho only paper money the people will have. Tlte banksv would get their bond Interest of 3 per cent of the gov ernment nntl from 0 to 10 per cent interest of tho people on their circu lation, or about 10 or 12 per cent on the banknotes that tho people would U82. On $T00,000,000 for 20 years tho interest spoil go would absorb exactly 1,000,000,000 interest. Is that correct ,or is It not? Wo say this is not sound political economy. No wonder the bankers and the Orcgonlnn cry out against Joint Shormau when he shows that both gold and silver,' not gold alone, arc the basis of our currency system. True political economy suggests that a government furnish its pcoplo as largo a volume of non-Interest bearing currency as posslble.Mr. Carllslo and tho bankers say thafTslIver bullion In tho treasury has depreciated $100,000, 000 since 1801. But they never tell tho peoplo that the currency which it is now proposed to take up and Issue Interest-bearing gold bonds has saved tho pcoplo 2,000,000,000 of Inter est In tlte last 30 years. They never place that on the credit side of the nation's ledger. They simply want to enlarge tho suction power of tho gold Interest sponge. NEWS FROM THE MINES. The Machinery Nearly All In A New Route Proposed. L. G, Iticsoner, who has been en gaged for nearly a month hauling ma chinery from Gatcsvllle to tho Quartz vllle mines for tho Lawler syndicate returned homo yesterday. Ho reports that 30 4-horso teams have been at work hauling machinery into tho mines. About 100 tons were to bo hauled, all of which Is completed except fifteen tons, which Is near tho mines, and will 1ms all hauled in In about two weeks. About 28 tons of provisions still remain to be taken up from Gates. Tho force of miners have been re duced, as there Is about 300 tons of ore ahead, which will make a three months' run for tho machinery when set up. The best ore is Just being reached, and great results are looked for In the spring. T. N. Humphrey, of Foster, arrived in tho city last evening, and reports some points about tho mines that may ultimately change the business aspect of tho surrounding country. Ho says tie most life In their little town comes from the mines, und that they have the best route to tho diggings. The people of Foster are agitating tho matter of building a good road to tho mines In tho near future vlu the prescat trail up tho middle fork of the Santlam. They claim that a bet ter grade can bo obtained on this route than that on the north sldo of tho mountain, which Is now being used. This move would change tho channel of trado from the mines to Faster and Lebanon, from tho O. O. & E. It. It. pohits. The Foster pco plo have subscribed 400 days' work for this road, but they will ilnd It a big undertakin g. After a Trust. Chicago, Jan. 11. Attorney-General Maloney has begun quo warranto proceedings against tuo National linseed oil company on the grounds that It Is a trust. The coin tmny has a monopoly of the linseed oil business In the united mates. M 5- BROKEN BY DEATH. Deadlock in Kentucky Legislature Ended. Populists Will Help the Republicans to Elect. FitANKtXHtT, Ky., Jan. 11. Repre sentative Isaac Wilson, of Nelson county, died this morning. Ills death breaks the tie In the leg islature. The Republicans now have 08 votes; tjtc Democrats, 07, and tho Populists two. The Populists will vote for tho Republican nominee for United States senate. In all proba bility Dr. Godfrey Hunter will bo nominated by the Republicans this afternoon. Hunter Is now a member of congress. MRS. VANDERBILT MARRIED. In the Good Old Way by the Mayor of New York. Nnw York, Jan. 11. An evening paper says Mrs. Alva E. Vandcrbllt, the divorced wife of William K. A'atulcrbllt, was married to Oliver Nimtrd Petry Belmont by Mayor Strong, this morning. UNIVERSITY NOTES. Newo Gathered at Old Wlltanette the past Week. I. H. Van Winkle, manager of tho Willamette foot ball team, read an essay In chapel Thursday morning, choosing for his subject, "Just a Word in Conclusion." Mr. Van Wlnklo briefly spoke of the achlevmcntsof Willamette foot ball team the past season. C. C. Mlchener of New York, Inter national secretary of tho Y. M. 0. A. visited chapel Thursday morning and gave an interesting address along tho lino of college training. Mr. Mlchener is an enthusiastic worker and an entertaining speaker. Affairs both political and social will remain the 8ameuntir,backcd.-downbyjjpJ!cj59, Speaking of athlotics 'Mr. Mlch ener said: "College athletics have Improved the purity of many college men. Although tho llfo of n student is not entirely given up to literary or scientific studies, yet It abounds In Christianity. Statistics show that a little over one-half of the college students were Christians." Continuing tho speaker said: "Tho practice of studyng on tho Sabbath day undermines the spiritual mind of many students. Have known many business men, who stand at head of their profession, who never studied on tho Sabbath day. Besides It. Is manly to bo a Christian." At a brief session of tho Y. M. C. A. Friday morning tho following were named as delegates to the Y. M. C. A. convention, being held in Eugene: President W. C, Hawley, Prof. F. S. Dunn, F. E. Brown, I. II. Vnn Winkle, H. Heritage, Carl Ehret, Win. Jones and Chester Hodges. They went to Eugene on tho 11 o'clock local Friday morning. At tho conclusion of tho Phllodor Ian session last evening tho work of completing tho organization of the house of representatives was accom plished and the ofllcers nre as follows; C. J. Atwood, president of U. S.; I. P. Calllson, chief Justice; Hal 1Mb bard, speaker; John McCourt, chief clerk; Luko Lynn, reading clerk; Mark Brownell,page. The greater part of the session was taken up In the work of organization, although a few bills passed to a pecoud reading. Tho houeo will hold a session every Friday evening throughout tho school year. It Is expected Salem's many needs and tho long neglected Willam ette river will recelvo Immediate at tention at tho hands of tho young legislators. The Stukers have made a ditoorery which tt deitfned to accomplish much t,ao&. Reali zing that three fourths of all our luflcrings arite from stomach troubles, that the country is literally filled with people who cannot cat and dleejt food, without subsequently suffer inc pain and distress, and that many are starving, waiting to mere skeletons, because their food does them no good, ther have devoted much study aud thought to the sub iect, and the result is this discovery , of their DlgesiiveCortiat. A little book can be obtained from your druggist that will point out the way of reliei at once. An investigation will cott nothing and will result in much good. Chlidrsn all hale to take Castor Oil, but not Laxol which it palatable. The Fish. Contrary to report, the asylum board has awarded tho con- twint fsM .talk nrwl IVttlF ef tllft lllrt. 11UW IU1 linn, uiiu i'ui-J w. v..ux,v.u j, street market, was the lucky man, SOCIETY CHRONICLE. Local News of Social and Frnternal Events. SURPRISE PARTY. MlssZula Hunt was happily sur prised last evening at her homo, cor ner of Center and Twelfth streets, by about thirty of her friends. The eve ning was most pleasantly whilcd away in games and other amusements after which a delicious lunch was enjoyed. A most enjoyable time was had by tho young folks who did not depart for their homes until early Saturday morning, Those present wcro Misses Zulu, Maud and Mattle Htint,LlnnleRund lott, AllicCrossati, Grtico Long, Ida Ruudlett, Lucia Cochran, Bertha Kay, Gertrudo Stahley, Carrie Camp bell, Jessie Smith, and Mamie Rtind lett; Messrs. John Van Wagner, Ralph Ring, Gates Cochran, Krcd Bowersox, John Cochran, Ralph Wat son,.!. G. CalllK)ti, Cyldo Brandenburg, George M. Realty, Samuel Hundlett, Henry Anrys, Clias. GUlluglmm, Jay McCornack, Bert .Adams, Win. Fles tcrandGuy Hunt. old tolk'bwiust ci.uh. At the homo of Mr. aud Mrs. .1, D. Sutherland, corner of Winter and Ferry stlects, tho "Old Folks" gath ered again last Monday night to In dulge In their -usual pastime. The result of tho games wits that Mrs. Walto and Mr. Brcymanptoved them selves deserving of the first prizes, and Mrs.Rlchnrdson and Mr. Hodgktn the "boobies." They were present: Phil Metschan, Sr., and Misses Anna and Amelia Metschan, Mr. and Mrs, Eugene Broymen, Mr. and Mis. R. B. Fcmlug, Judge Murphy, Judge and Mrs. C. E. Wolverton. Mr. and Mis. W. II. Leeds, Mr. and Mrs. F. -F. Hodgkln, Mr. and Mrs. Willis Dui. nlway, Dr. and Mrs. J. A. Richard son, Mr. and Mrs. E. 0. Cross, and Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Walte. Mr. and Mrs W. II. Leeds will en tertain tho club at their home on East Court street next M outlay night. UNITY UNTEUTAINMENT. The entertainment given at Unity church last night, was one of tho best presented this winter. Th6 program was well gotten up, consisting of some very entertaining numbers, chief among which was the deatlt, scene from Anthony and Cleopatra and the trial scene from the "Merohant of Venice". Miss Adda Davenport's character solo, "Last hours of Jean pf Arc," was magnificently rendered, adding another to her many successes. Much regret was expressed because of the Inability of Miss Josle Brown to sing last night, as sho Is a favorite. Tho entire program was well rendered, all acquitting themselves admirably in their individual roles. At tho conclusion of tho chtortatn meat a social dance was hold In Chan nlug hall until 11:30, a large number of young pcoplo participating. ANOTHER RIDE. A number of Salcmlles were treated to another cnjoyablo trip on the new steamer "Ruth" last night, a select number accepting invitations to ac company the Independence pcoplo on their return trip. They left hero at 7:30 o'clock with about BO Salem couples aboard. Parson's orchestra was present, aud played a number of splendid selections on tho trip, and at Independence dancing was Indulged In for about three hours, tho party reaching Salem about 1 o'clock this morning. YELLOW VS. REUS. Grand match game of Indoor base ball at,tho Y. M. C. A. tonight. Tho game will bo proceeded by a short gymnasium exhibition. Admission 10 cents. Memlers free. TO WEI). A marriage license wits Issued today to Joshua Morloyand Sarah L. Binder, Al. Phelps, witness. Miss Mary Cundllf has returned to Corvallls. Attorney and Mrs. Geo. G, Bing ham, ure at Portland, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Davey lmvo returned from a visit at Kelso, Wash ington. Miss Esther Robertson, an employe of the Insane asylum, Is at Stayton for n short visit. Mrs. W. J. Forlws and son, J. W. Forbes, of Mornlngslde, aro visiting relatives at Oregon City. Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report t-r. . I tBMMJT&fcV PUKE THE DIG POULTRY SHOW. Program Completed 500 Fine Fowls on Exhibition A Fine Program and Lots of Fun. The roosters are crowing! The peacocks ate screaming. Nairn's dogs are barking. There Is the best show of poultry and pet stock at the armory ever seen nt Salem. The managers deserve great credit and there has been a grand crowd all afternoon. Tonight the people will be highly entertained with tho finest and largest poultry exhibit over seen In Salem. Music speaking and fun galore! Tho enter terlalnment for the evening will commence promptly at s o'clock, and will Ikj as follews: Short address of welcome --E. Horer. Crowing match-Open to tho world. Entries so far-the three newspaper editors of Salem. Tho following excellent musical program will Ikj rendered: MUSICAL PROGRAM -M'KLROY'S HAND. March, "Honeymoon" Wleg.tnd O vet turo, "St rat iiiuoro" Bennett lntermc7zo,"Lovo's Drentn After ....the Ball" (feluulkn Russian Mazurka,"LaC.arliie..Ganne Baritone solo.'Teerlcss''..., Southwell Mr.C. . Gray. Caprice. "Magic Chimes" Herman Idyll, "The Mill In the Forest".. .Ellcubcrir Waltz, "Wang" Morso M,1U',CX."JC,I,K Cotton" Sotisa W. E. MeElroy Conductor Come everybody, see the fowls and laugh. THE EXHIHITORB. A Huckensteln, white leghorn. Yv. Latourett. china pheasant and Houdan cross. Geo. Day, gamo bantams. Paul KUiigcr.bluo Andaluslans. Frank Smith, Japanese game ban tams. Bert Rhodes, black breasted red games. E. G. andC. R. Bean, white pokln ducks, blue fan, red Jack and bltto homiugplgcons. J. S. Macomber, pea comb barred plymouth rocks, single comb brown leghorns, silver wyandottc. Frank West, game bantams. John Kegnor, gamo bantams. Joseph Cooley, single comb brown leghorns. W. II. Savage, barred plymouth rocks and brown leghorns. T. II. Blundoll, white wyandotto, golden wyandotto, barred plymouth rocks, white ditto, black mlnorca, both rose and single comb red caps, buff leghorns. Ralph Matson, white crested blank polish. Bert Long, owls, fans, carrlor and pouter pigeons. Orr Royal, red carrier, and black roller pigeons, golden scalbrlght ban tams, black breasted red gumo ban tams, barred Plymouth rock, black leghorns. F. Litchfield, black leghorns, silver spangled hamburgs, pouter carrier, vimo inn, irumpcicrs grouers pig cons. Burt Long, red Jacobin. Mrs. John Mlnto, barred plymouth rock, E. Ilofer, buff cochins. F. R. Bowersox, siuglo comb white leghorns, wild quail and wild mallard. Ira Hamilton, game bantams and Plymouth Rock. 0. T. Doty, China pheasant. C. Regner, black Spanish. Mott Plcrco, Indian games. J. O. Card, brown leghorn, Oscar Neal, Irish gray game. II. II. Ryan, black mlnorca. A. N. Bush, sliver spangled ham burg. Geo. II. Turner, silver spangled hamburg, brown leghorn, blue audit luslan, Plymouth Rock, black laug shau, white leghorn, pair peafowls, pair Belgium hares. J. 1). Nairn, colltd shepherd dogs. J. W. Brown, brown leghorn, white leghorn, black leghorn, Indian games. J. H. Fletcher, six black leghorns. F. B. West, golden seabrjght ban tam. P. II. Raymond, rotten ducks. Mis. Moody, long-tailed phoenix fowl, R. ('. Halloy, white plymouth rock. C. II. Lane, partldgo cochins. C. Bishop. Red barb plgc,ous, Willie Hunt, china pheasants. R. R. Ryan, plymouth rocks, part ridge leghorns. .lalf Stormcr, china pheasant. Frank Welch, light brahmas. Tho smallest hen In tho world is ex hibited In a canary cago not much bigger than a canary. Like Hot Cakes. 1 have Just received a line line of Imported worsted that I will mako up at hard tlmo prices. They aro tho first grado goals and you will do well to Inspect them as they will go like hot cakes. Chab. II. Lane, 1-7 t Tho Tailor. m No Change Thero wero no changes made In tho boundcry lines of elec tion precincts at tho January besslon of tho county court, and henco thero will be no changes this year. RKtirkrf Powder V i 11 nirrr-imm!'